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JEAsewer pipemayranunder Lofton Creek


yet. She also stressed that the pipeline
would~ carry treated water, riot raw
the sewage.
"The discharge that you're talking
rke' about is .curren~tly. being
use~d for: irrigation at :area
Golf courses, so it's exceptionally high
quality," Boyce said.
SShe added that JEA would hold a
public meeting to discuss the project
once the plan is official.
t." -"We would definitely let people up
Boyce there know what we're doing," sh'e
ne are said.
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Yulee Water Reclamation Facility on
Amelia Concourse to 8]EA-owned
wEtlands discharge area wes~t ofi Miner
Road and north of Radio Avenue
SThe new line is needed "Ito provide
additional capaci~tyfor th'ecurrentvol-
ume of treated wastewater discharge
due to wet weather and area hydrolo.
gy," according to a Feb. 12 e-mail sent
to County Coor~dinator :Ed Sealover
frorn JEA 1.ncal Legislative Affairs and
Economic Development Director
SNancy Kilgo.
However, County 'COimissioner
Stacy Johnson said several Lofted
CrIeek area residents have ejrfressed '


AYR N SMITH
News Leader


'(My COfsltiltentS) GT8 COTICBefed with
environrnenial impact. ... I want to rna
sure we do the right thing.'
sTAcY JOHNSON
NAssAU COUNTY COMM1ISSIONER .


A proposal by JEA to irub a sewer
pipe under Initon Creek has some
Yulee residents concerned about the
~possible environmental impact. .
Infton Creek is part of the Nassau
River-St. Johns River Marshes Aquatic
Preserve,` an environmentally pro-
tected area that provides habitat to
endangered species such as wood
storks and bald eagles, according to
the Florida Department of Environ-
mental Protection.
The pipeline viould run from JEA's


concern about the: plan.
"Theyare~concernedwit~hthe'envi-
ronm~ental Tmpact," Johnson said.
"We've had all this discussion about it
being. an aqua~rtic pretser ve .It makes


me wonder ifJEA is aware of ii
JEA spokesperson Gerri
' said plans for the new pipelil
"very, very preliminary," and tl
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center, spends
timie with
friends on the
rutial Haid'an
island of
i~lgonave. '''
Barry was in :
Haiti when the
Jan. 12 earth-
quake struck.
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relief,' 3A,.6A,
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reading glasses fitted."
The team was relaxing after work
when the ground started shaking.
: "Not having ever been in an earth-
quake before, Ididn't have a clue what
was happening," Barry recalled. "...
We were just kind of sitting on a veran-
da when it happened. It was a very
loud rumbling noise like a semi truck
next door. Then the buildings started
'shaking. We scrambled outside and
began to figure out it was an earth-
quake." '
The Jan. 12 earthqitak~elaid .Waste
Sto Port-au-Prince ahd killed, by some
estimates, more than 200,000 people.
Barry said Izgonave was spared seri-
ous physical damage.- but the~emo-
tionaltollwas incalculable.
"W~e were fortunate where we were
- there wasn't, the physical devasta-


HAITI Continued on 3A


RYAN SMITH
Newvs-Leader
Bestselling author Jeff Shaara spoke to book
lovers at a luncheon for the Amelia Island Book
Festival Saturday. Shaara is the author of the Civil
War novel Gods and Generals as well as numerous
other works of historical fiction.
He spoke to a sellout crowd at the luncheon,
which was ;held at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Center. "They told me last week that I was a sell-
out, and it m~ae me think that a numbei- of aca-
demic historians have been calling me that for
years," he joked. .
Shaara told the audience about the unusual
rOute 11e took to follow in the footsteps of his


father, author Michael Shaara.
Michael Shaara's 1974 novel about the Battle
of Gettysburg, The Killer Angels, won a Pulitzer
Prize and was praised for exploring the motivations
of figures like Robert E. Ire and Jadmes Longstreet.
"fWhat Michael Shaara did in.The Killer An~gels
was he changed the way people looked at
Gettysburg," Shaara said. "What my father did
was put you in Ire's head.:... No one had dared to
do that before."
The book received' scant public attention, how-
ever.
"W~hen a writer wins the Pulitzer Prize, he has
every right to believe that every door~in New
SBOOK Continued on 3A


Author Jeff
Shaara and
Amelia Island
Book Festival
Executive
Director Dickie
Anderson prior
.to his talk
Saturday at a
festival
luncheon.
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RYAN SMITH
Newvs Leader .
FernandinA Bach resident Claire
Barry has spent a lot of time in Haiti
over the past 15 years. As a member of '
the Lagonave-Haiti Partnership an
Organization that focuses on health-
care, education, economic devielop-
ment and water on the Haitian island
of lagonave -she's made friends and i
forged relationships in the country..
And she was on Lagotiave 35
miles off the coapt of the Haitian cap-
ital of Port-au-Prince -w~hen the nation
was struck byr one of the worst catas-
trophes in its history. .
"I was with a team of 11 folks who
traveled down there on the 8th of
January," Barry said. "... We were
working with schoolchildren. We did
dental hygiene, school, phyrsicals: We ,
worked with the community getting


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The Fernandina Beach-Yulee Chamber of
SCommerce endorsed plans to secure reua bus
service to Jacksonville. Fe 90
Feruary 18' 1
The county commission was set to apply for
$750,000 in state grants to help fund a $3.5 million
SShoney's re taur motell and conve(ition com-
plex on Feb 20, 1985 .
Feruary 20 ~8
City commissioners and residents toured the
Nassau County Courthouse on Centre Street as it
was readied for renovation.
February 16, 2000


OBITUARIES


HEALTHFUL

LIVING



CholestCheck Health
Screening Services, Inc. will
offer free total cholesterol and
diabetes screenings from
noon to 5 p.m. Feb.,18 at
Winn-Dixie Pharmacy, 947
Amelia Plaza in Fernandina
Beach. No appointment is
needed. For information call
(800) 713-3301.
Medical'Town.

Orthopedic Surgeon
Richard Blecha, M.D., will
Discuss "Miniinally Invasive
Hip Replacement Surgery" in .
this month's Medical Town
Meeting sponsored by the
Nasdsau County Medical
Society/Baptist Medical
Center Nassau. The free~ pro-
gram is from 7-8:30 p.m. Feb.
22 at the hospital. No reserva-
tions required.
hOleSterolSC~eitnS
Winn-Dixie Pharmacy iat
550969 US 1 in Hilliard will
host free total cholesterol and.
diabetes screenings from
noon to 5 lI.m. Feb. 23. No
.appointment is needed.
For information call (800)
713-3301.
CSlt ~l
'The Women's Heart Con-
nection, Heart Health Fair
will take place Feb. 27 from: 9
a.m.-4 p.m. at the 1,egency
Square Mall Expo Center in
.'Jacksonville, near;Sears in the
Former Montgome;lf~d ar.
Building. The event is free
and open to the public.
Free screenings will
Include cholesterol, blood glu-
cose levels, blood pressure
and body mass index. There
will be fitness and cooking .
demonstrations, free mas-
sages, food samples and more
than 50 local exhibitors. Regi-
strtation is recommended. Call
The Callaghan Agency at
(904) 718-4595 pr visit www.e-
baptisthealth.com/women-
sheart.
Heart stories
Go Red For Women is call-
ing on real women from the
First Coast to share their
heart health stories. Six
womeri will become the offi-
Scial "Heart of Go Red" and
represent the movement in
2010, including the opportuni-
ty to appear in the advertising
campaign. Submission dead-
line is Feb;. 28.
Se3nd a biography includ-
ing your heart story and
image demonstrating your
favorite way to "Go Red" to
the local American Heart
SAssociation office at 5851 St.
Augustine Road, Jacksonville,
FL 32207 or by e-mail to lorie.
strange@hear't~org. Submis-
sions can also be dropped off
at First Coast Jiffy Lube loca-
tions. Call (904) 256-5642.

Nassau Health Foods will
host Loren Inckman, founder
of Tanglewood Wellness
Center in Panama, Central
America, on March 4 at 7 p.m.
Inckman is the architect of
"The Creating Perfect Health
System" and believes perfect
health is your natural
birthright. Seating is limited.
Tickets are $10 in advance
and $15 at the door. Call
Nassau Health Foods at 277-
3158 for information.
Healt is &l
The Nassau County Health
Department is offering a
series of four, two-hour
Healthy I~festyle classes on
Monday March 8, 15, 22 and
29 from 6-8 p.m. at the Family
Education Center/Yulee Full-
Service School, 86207 Felmor
Road, Yulee. LeRarn how to
improve your health and
'SOCial Well-being. Registration
fee is $20 for the series. Space
is limited. For questions orto
register contact Jen Nichol-
son, RD, LD/N, Healthy Com-
munities Healthy People pro-
gram coordinator, at 548-1853


Mrs. Bernice Jones Mills, age 87, of Kenneth ASmart, 72, of Fernandina Beach,
Fernandina Beach, passed away on Friday Florida passed away Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010 at
morning, February 12, 2010 at Baptist Medical his home surrounded by his family. .
Center Nassau. A native of Lynn, Massachusetts, he had
Born in Callahan, Florida, she was the previously resided in Barrington, New
daughter of the late Asa Arnold and Rachel Hampshire for twenty years before relocating
Ann Jones. Being raised in to Fernandiria Beach in 1989.-
Callahan, she was a member During his military career he
of the First Baptist Church of 1~~served in the United State's
Callahan and a graduate of fr ,~Navy during the Korean War
Callahan High School. :E 98ks from 1955 until his honorable
In' 1948, she married dischargescarg in 1959. Following ~
Raymond Kenneth Mills and Iiaa, his service Mr. Smart began
they moved to Fernandina. l~lliii B his career working for the
She had worked ; in -. Portsmouth Naval Shipyard,
Jacksonville with Independent ILife Insurance where he worked in the civil service for over
Company and after moving to Fernandina she thirty years as a machinist. puting his life he .
worked with flT Rayonier and retired fro~m was member of the Elks Club while living-in
the Nassau Countyf Clerk's Office. New Hampshire, and was raised in the Catholic ~
Mrs. Mills.was a longtime member of the .faith. Throughout his life he enjoyed; boating
Memorial United Methodist Church in. and fishing for many years. *
Fernandina, where she had taught Sunday- He was preceded death byhisbrothers,
School. .Charles`, Albert and Allen Smart and sisters,
Her family recalls her devotion to each of Jeanie Smart, Bertha Hester and Pearl Roney
them, her sacrificial' love and concern for oth- He is survived by his wife of forty-nine years,
ers above herself and the care that she poured Margaret "Peggy" Smart, of Fernandina Beach,
out to those around her. "Grammie" was a won-' Fla., daughter, Liiia M. Weeks (Michael), also
derful cook; always sending visitors home with of Fernandina Beach, Fla., two sons, Kenneth
something, prided herself on keeping a spotless S. Smart (Kathy) of Middleton, New
house and was a Christian example for her chil- Hampshire, and Timothy I! Smart (Marca) of
dren and grandchildren. Yulee, Fla., two grandchildren, Michael Weeks
Preceding her in death is her husband of 56 and Natasha Hendrickison, and two great-grand-
years, Raymond Kenneth Mills, who passed sons, Christian and Juilian Espaillat. '
away iri 2005. Funeral services will be held on Saturday at
'.' She leaveS'behind, her son, Harry Ire Mills, 11:00 A.M. in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-
Fernandina Beach, FL, her daughter, Patricia Heard Funeral Home in Fernandina, conclud-
Mills Benner (Darrell), Fernandina Beach, FL, ing the shrvie with military honors rendered
four grandchildren, Blake Mills, Sally Mills by the E. Nassau Military Honor Guard, and by
Rodeffer, Cassie Benner McCook, Laurel special selections by' Jim Sloan~ of the Great
Benner Sapp, two great grandchildren, Jackson Highland Bagpipers.
Pickett, Haylie McCook, a brother in law, The family will receive friends one hour
Gilbert Mills, Panama City, FL, sisters in law, prior to the service in the chapel. He will be laid
Martha Ann Mills, Rock Hill, SC, Alice Vickers to rest in a private family service at a later date.
Mills, Austell, GA, Delores Jones, Austin, TX In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to
and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews. Community Hospice of N.E. Fla., 4266 Sunbeam
The family received friends from 5:0047:00 Road, Jacksonville, Fla. 32257 or to the Nassau
pnb~on Sunday at the funeral home . Humane Society, 671 Airport Road, Fernandina
: 3 Funeral services W~erei itY''11.00 am'.on;.~Beach, Fla., 32034.'.' ~.,''
Monday, from the Burgess Chapel of Oxley- Please share his life story at wwr~oxley-
Heard Funeral Home with Reverends Brett ,heard.com. -1 .
Opalinski, Hollie Tapley and Jimmy Flaniigan, Oxley-HeardFuneralD~irectors
officiating.
Mrs. Mills was laid to rest besides her hus- DEATH NOTCE
band in Bosque Bello Cemetery.
Her family and friends served as pallbearers. Jack Alan Anderson of'Yulee, born April
Please share her life story at www.oxle~y- 7, 1964, died on Monday evening, Feb. 15, 2010.
heard.com. Funeral services are planned at Blackrock -
Oxley HeardFuneralDirectors Baptist Church. Call the church at 261-6220.



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Tax-Aide started in
1968 with four volun-
teers. Nationally,
34,600 AARP Tax-
a A i d e volunteers,t h l e p f e
trained in cooperation
with; the Internal Revenue Service, help
more than 2.6 million taxpayers file their
federal, state and local tax returns each
year. Florida has 2,733 volunteers who' .
helped 144,618 people file in 2009.
The AARP Tax-Aide program is
offered at approximately 685 sites across
Florida in senior centers, libraries, com-


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Tax-Aide also offers assistance year-
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aide that allows taxpayers to ask online
volunteers tax questions 24 hours a day,
seven days a week.
STax-Aide volunteers are trained to
assist with basic tax needs. Taxpayers
with complex tax returns are advised to
seek paid tax assistance. Electronic filing
(e-filing) is offered at most sites, with no
charge to the taxpayer.
To find a Tax-Aide location near you,
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Floridians can get help until April l5
from volunteers across the state through
AARP Tax-Aide. The program, available
to taxpayers with low and moderate
incomes, is the nation's largest free, vol-
unteer-run tax assistance and preparation
service with a special emphasis on people
age 60 and older'.
"Our Tax-Aide volunteers are trained
to assist with filling the 1040 Form and
the standard schedules, including
Schedules Aand B," said Ann Martie
Flannery, associate state director for
AARP Florida. "We have volunteers who
have been working with Tax-Aide for
more than 12 years. They love being able


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' (avsOrr.'
40 Days for Ilfe, ai national campaign to
end abortion through peaceful prayer and
fasting, returns to Jacksonville today through
March 28. Participants will stand vigil from 7
a~m.-7 p.m. in front of a women's health center
at 4131 University Blvd. South, Jacksonville.
SFor information visit www.40daysforlife.com
/jacksonville.

The Class of 1957 will meet Feb. 18 at 5
p.m. at Applebee's, corner of South Eighth
Street and Sadler Road.

Eileen's Art & Antiques Centre, 702 -
Centre St, will host a street lighting presenta-
tion by Nite Lites, a professional outdoor
lighting company, on Feb. 19 at 6:30 p.m. The
LED lighting system reportedly is 75 percent
more efficient than the current system.in use
from Eighth Street to Front Street. The
demonstration will include a few areas of
Centre Street, starting in the 700 block.
Trdei sa
Feb. 23-March 1, Patchington a women's
Boutique will hold its 11th semi-annualTrade
In Event to support women who have been
victims of domestic violence. For every top
traded in a customer will receive $10 off the
purchase of a new top; for every bottom, $15
off a new one; and for every jacket or dress,
$20 off a new jacket or dress. .
Traded-in items are donated to local organ-
izations for their thrift shops to fund programs
that provide refuge, crises intervention, advo-
cacy, professional training and community
outreach to victims of domestic violence. .

The Amelia Island Film Festival Feb. 25-
March 1 will have 30 filmmakers attending


and 65 films being shown as well as a chil-
dren's story time by four local authors at
Bean Scho~ol of Dance on Feb. 27 beginning at
1 p.m. There will be a Pound Puppy for each ~
child and a gift from Wendy's restaurant.
Books Plus has donated a basket of books,
Papyrus cards, Book Lites, bookmarks, can-
dles, wine and wine glasses aind other reading
related goodies valued at $ 500 to be raffled as
a fundraiser for the festival. The basket is on
display at Books Plus, 107 Centre St. Tickets
are $5 and available at the store. For informa-
tion contact Books Plus at 261-0303. -
Art and filrn
'lle Island Art Association will become an
Amelia Island Film Festival venue on Feb. 26
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is fr~ee, but .
'donations to the building fund are welcome.
Included in the day will be photography
demonstrations, oil portraiture by Karen
McFadyen, screenings of Deanna 19drse's
two films, light refreshments, door prizes and
an art raffle. The Nouveau Art Show, themed.
Art & the Movies, will be on view. Awards will
be given out at the March 13 reception. The
public, filmmakers and patrons are all wel-
come. The gallery is located at 18 N. Second
~St. Call 261-7020 or visit www.islandart~org.
CoRSUmer MnCS
Free Nassau Couhty Consumer Clinics,
presented by Jacksonville Area legal Aid, will
be held at the Nassail County Judicial Annex
at 5:30 p~m. in the Juror Services Room (fist
floor) on March 1 and April5. .
The public is encouraged to attend. Ariel
Patterson, JALA staff attorney and Equal
Justice Works Fellow, will present topics .
including debt collection, small claims, bank.
ruptcy, foreclosure and ID theft. The public is
invited to suggest topics by calling Cynthia
Johnson of JAIA at (904) 356-8371, ext. 2509,
or Sue Powell at the Clerk of Courts Office,
548-4551.


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JEA cmiudr A
Johnso sntinua sp ns to
tunnel under Lofton Creek
would have to be carefully
.scrutinized.
"I'm not sure wdbere this is
Goingg" she said. "... It seems


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Yor-k will fly open for him, that
publishers will beat down his
door," Shaara recalled. "None
of that happened to my father."
Michael Shaara died in
1988, his most critically
acclaimed book still virtually
unknown to the public until
.the 1993 film "Gettysbitrg,"
based on The Killer Angels,
became a box office' hit.
Suddenly the Civil War- wrs
hot. Jeff Shaara was
approached to write another
Civil War story.
"I h'ad never written any-
thing before," he recalled. "I
was a dealer in rare coins and
precious metals in Tampa."
Shaara said his original plan
was to do the research for a
Civil War story and turn it ove
to a professional screenwriter.
As he began researching and
writing, however, he discov-
:ere~d he enjoyed the proce~ss.
"I thought, 'MabejCthe~son
should 'follow the father.
iMaybe this is something' I'd
'like to do,'" he said. I
Shaara's publi'sher looked
.at his manuscript and realized





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FFdm The Family Of .
Naomi "Lula" Tiliakos Hughes
Maybe you provided words of comfort to our loved'
one or brought a smile to her face. Maybe you helped
,us care for her in th~e hospital. Perhaps you offered
your support and/or condolences via visits. calls,
cards, emails, spiritual or floral bouquets, made'
memorial contributions to the
American Cancer Society or provided food.
Whatever partyou played in making this ro~ad
a little more bearable fo Il of us, you will


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*Fernandine Beach and
its "Goodwwill Ambassador"
Ferlx Jones will host a ben-
efit program for Hasti from 2-
5 p m. Sunday at the Peck
Community Center auditori-
um.
Donations of food,
Household supplies, clpth-
ing and toys are solicited for
the Mission Ha Nest
America to Reach out to
Help Harti relief dnve.
,Items should be new
and boxed.
The greatest need right
now is for powdered milk,
baby food and f ormula,
canned goods including
meats. fish and stew (pop-
tops are preferred), luice
boxes, bottled water, oat-
meal and pancake mix,
bags of rice or beans, flash-
lights and batteries, can
openers. bug repellent, san-
itizing wipes, diapers, chil-
dren's clothing; trash bags,
tents, sleeping bags, baby
blankets, underwear (new
only), toiletries, first-aid kits
and supplies, anilbiotic oint-
ment Tyf'enol, Advil,
Bena 1iy, dild~medicine
and vitamiris;'
Financial dbnations
Also are welcome. For
information Coh~tact
Pastors Jeanette Rlcho,
261-6237, orLudine
Pinkneyi, 277-4291.
*Amella Baptist Church
is joining churches through-
out Florida by participating
in the Buckets of Hope proj-
ect of the' Florida Baptist
Convention to help the peo-
ple of Haiti T his project
consists of 5i-gallon buckets
filled with food for Haitian
families. Long after the food
is gone, these buckets will
be valuable items for carry-
ing water or other Items and
for storage.
The buckets will be
shipped to Haiti by the
Florida Baptist Convention
and will be distnbuled
by local Haitian churches.
The food will feed a family
f or several days. The buck-
et with contents cost
approximately $30 and
shipping Is estimated as
If anyone would like to
contribute money, in any
amount, to this project,
please send checks


marked "'Buckets of Hope"
to Amehla Baptist Church,
961167 Buccaneer Trail,
Fernandina Beach Fl.
32034.
The telephone number is
261-9527. One hundred
percent of the money col-
lected will go directly to pur-
chase and ship these
Buckets of Hope
*The American Red
Cross is accepting done-
tions through its
International Response
Fund. Make an automatic
$10 donation by texting '
"HA ITI"' to 90999. The
money will be charged
directly to your cell phone
bill Contribute to the Red
Cross and read about f ur-
ther ways to help through
its website,
www.redcross.org
Partners In'Health has
'temporary tield hospitals
already established and
needs supplies, pain meds,
bandages. Donate to its
SHaiti earthquake fund online
at www plh.org.
*Doctors Without
Borders has established
emergency clinics in Haiti.
Contribute at www doctor-
swithoutborders.org,
*Save The Children
has launched an emer-
gency relief effort. Donate
to its fund to provide med-
Ical attention and clean
water to children and fami-
lies at www.sevethechil-
dren.org.
*Mercy Corps is
sending a team of emer-
gency responded. Donate
online at mercycorps.org,
call l-888-256-1900 or
send checks to Mercy
Corps Haiti Earthquake
Fund, Dept. NR, P.O.
Box 2669, Portland, OR
97208.
*Oxf am is supplying
teams to provide clean
water, shelter, sanitation
and help people recover.
Donate to www.oxfamamer-
1ba.org.
*UNICEF requests
donations for relief for chil-
dren In Haiti via its Haiti
Eathq~uak EFund. Call 1-
*Catholic Relief
Senrkces has pledged $5
million to efforts in Haiti,
Contribute at www.crs.org.


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.tion because it's a rural com
munity," she said. "But what we
did see which was very hard
.emotionally was that every-
body on the island has family
members who live, goto school
or worlk in Port-au-Prince. So
on Wednesday we started hear-
ing the wailing of families who'd
learned that a family member
had died. School had just star-t-
ed that Monday....There's been
a terrIible loss of life amortg chil-
dr~en and students. ..
"...In Haiti, people are very
expressive of their- emotions, so
the gr~ieving was very demon-
strative, very openly
expllased," she added. "So
emotionally it was very har~d to
be standing beside somebody
who knew her -sister had just
died and watching her grieve."
The team members knew
they had to get back to the
United States but for a few
days they were stranded, Baury
said.
"As much as our hearts were
with our kiends there,,we were
a drain on their resources," she
said. "Oan. li4).wev-eceived ~a
text message that family an'd
k-iends were able to find a char-
ter.p~lane that could land on the
beach.
.The team flew outt on Jan.
15 with the exception of one
team member, an Atlanta doctor
who went to Port-au-Prince to
volunteer his services. Barr~y
said the decision to leave was a -
wrenching one.
"We knew wce had to leave, ;
but at the same time we wanted
to stay with our friends," she
said. 'They don't have the dey-
station (on tiagonave)' 1 but
their source of food, fuel and
resources'comes fom the main-
land." -
'lle destruction in Por~t-au-
Prince and 'the resulting col-
lapse in infrastructure is creat-
..ing shortages on the island, she


said shortages made worse
by the influx of tens of thou-
sands of refugees from the
ruined capital,
"Most of the people are arriv-
ing with nothing-they're sleep
ing on~ the str-eets," she said.
"The earthquake and the dev-
astation are going to be the
Beginning of an- ongoing crisis
in a country that struggles with
shortages every day."
The island nation has
seemed plagued with disaster in
recent years. In 2008, for exam-
ple, it was slammed by four hur-
ricanes in a single season.
"I think that's part of the
emotional toll of this earth-
quake," Barr1y said. "I had
Haitian friends saying, 'Why?
Why our country again?'"
Barry said she already plans
to r-eturrn to Haiti when she
.knows her presence will do
some g~ood. ..
"J willgo back when I know
That I can be of service -when
.1 feel like I'm there as a friend
Sand not as an impediment," she
said. "I think.this group of 11 all
feel the same way."
She feels that way, she said,
Because of the friendships she's
forged with the people of
Lagonave.
"Haitians are a very hopeful
people, very resilient, with a
Strong faith that tomorrow will
~be a better day," she said. "With
Sthe earthquake, I think initially
There was a real shaking of that
'hopefulness -Ijutnowl'mbhear-
ing they've really decided to do
what needs to be dorie to get
through it
"Haiti's a country with a real
strong sense of family, a real
s trong sense of community and
a real faith that God will pro-
vide," she added. "It's hard not
to want to jump in and help with
that. I guess that's what keeps
me going back wanting to
worki alongside people. like
that."
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wake-i~p call about the impacts
of global warning.
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southern United States haire '
had pretty cold weather thiS
winter, global warming is still ~
happening. Sometimes it ishard
to get beyond your immediate
location and see the bigger pic-
ture, but in fact NASA just
announcedd that 2009 ties for the
hottest winter on record."
Staudt calls the uncontrolled
carbon~pollution that causeS
warmingan "unchecked exper-
'iment on people and wildlife.n
"'This more variable winter
weather will have all sorts of
impacts on our communities,


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Claire Barry will speak at the lunch meeting of the Rotary
Club of Fernandina Beach on Feb 24 at the Days Inn. 2707
Sadler Road, beginning at 12.30 p.m The lunch is open to
the public. Reservations are required The cost is $20 per
person, which includes lunch, with $5 going to earthquake
reliet efforts In Haiti RSVP to Rotary Club President Kim
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"I have to be an oak for
these family members. There
are times I cry (alone in my
car) but I wouldn't want to be
anywhere else.
Executive Director Tammi
Holland is delighted to have
McSwain.
"She takes pride and owln-
er ship of her position. She
gives one hundred percent to
anything that is asked of her."
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H-EA~TI1ER A. PERRY
Newvs Leader
It never dawned on Kellie
MiicSwain that one day her
accounting degree would lead
her to a fulfilling and r~eward-
ing position at one of the lead-
ing assisted living facilities on.
Amelia Island.
Originally fr~om'\aldosta,
G;a., McSwain first came to
this island as a young girl.
"I remember thinking as I
walked along the beach and
looked at the beach houses,
S'If I ever get a chance to live
Here. I'm going to take it '" .
'Thirteen years a resident,
SMcSwain says she is here to
stay.
~As newly appointed associ-


lovle working with the residentS
and residentfamily mem berS
and helping to improve their
quality Oflife.' *
RELLIE MCSWAIN. ASSOCIATE EXECUTIVE
.DIRECTOR, SAVANNAll GRAND


IThis'calls
for either a
reduction in
the size, of
government,
and servic-
-:es, or a sub-
.. stantial in-
crease in
.STEVE'S property tax
rates to off-
MAI(T set the de-
PIACE cline .in
assessed val-
ues (an un-
SoeveNick~las popular
recipe with
the electorate, by the way).
County officials got a head
start in this direction~ with their
htst budget. They reduced
the county budget by 15 per-
cent through.various cutbacks,
and have imposed a hiring
freeze.
Within the. city of Fernan-
dina Beach, officials seem un-
fazed about what lies ahead.
They do iApt have anyone act-
ing in the gatekeeper capacity
of a county clerk (Crawford);,
and there seems to be little
interest in cutbacks or reduc-
ing services. In fact, city offi-
cials increased property tax
rates this past year.
Other cities and counties
are also feeling the financial
pinch. The idea of smaller gdv-
ernment is not a popular one -
at least within the ranks of
. elected officials. This is the
only option, however, other
than substantially increasing
property tax rates. Let's see
how that goes over with is testy
and vigilant public.
Steve Nicklas is a jnancial
advisor wrho lives on Amelia'
Island. He can be reached at
753-0236.
thenicklasteam2@i~msn.com.


Some believe that another
shoe could dr~op on the -U.S.
economy through a rapid
downturn within commercial
real estate.
The impact of a slowing
commercial sector has been
delayed, as compared with res
. identialreal estate. There have
Been copious reports of 20-40
percent declines in r-esidential
real estate values across the '
country. .
Another consequence of
the economic downturn is not ,
as publicized. It is also related
to real estate and the failing
values within both the resi-
dential and commercial sec-
Stors. And how this translates
Into lower revenues from prop-
erty tax dollars for cities, coun- .
ties and states.
Budget shortfalls could
Drop like a steel-tipped boot
on the stair-step levels of gov-
ernment. Within the state of
Flor~ida, the shortfall is esti-
mated to be in the billions by
Sthe next budget year. This is
tied to the loss of value in real
estate residential and coln-
mercial and how these will
detract froin tax receipts.
In Nassau County, Clerk
John Crawford has forewarned
commissioners about what lies'
ahead. T~he pattern ofincreas-
ing tax revenues and com-
mensurate government spend-
ing no longer works here. .
SWithin th'e next two years,
Crawford anticipates a signifi-
'cant decline in property tax
receipts. This is because the
reductions in assessed values
have been delayed (for some
reason) in this area but now -
loom like a tropical storm. Pro-
perty values have cer~tainly fall-
en here and new construction
has sputtered.


ate executive dlirector at
Savannah Grandl assist-ed liv-
ing, McSwain says she is one
of the lucky ones who enjoys
waking up each morning and
going to a job she loves.
"I have learned iso much
about assisted living and -
Alzheimer's disease. This job
has impacted my life in only ~
the best, positive way. My


eyes and heart are open now
to caring for Alzheimer's resi- .
dents."
With 20 years of training
in the medical field and stan-
dar~d assisted living in-service
training, McSwain admits that
she has difficult days, espe-
cially when Alzheimer's
patients' families come to her
distr~aught and suffering.


Select non-perishable items and
Monetary donations for food .
banks in the local area.
SKaren Johnson of Curves
of Fernandina Beach said
inembers who donate a bag of
groceries or make a minimum
donation of $30 during the
month of March will receive a
reusable Curves grocery
freezer- bag for free. Non- <
members who do likewise
between March 8-20 can join
Curves for free. .
~Ifr more information
about~ Curves of Fernandina
Beach, 1118-B South 14th St.,
and the Curves Food- Drive,
contact Johnson at 491-0800 ~
or 97Y8QY~curvesmail.com.
Zassispinoff
Zass'i Medical Evolutions,
a privately held organization,
on Amelia Island that inno-
vates, designs and develops.
high technology medical .
devices and. software, has
announced that it has suc-
cessfully spun out and formed


a new company with~ Tucson-
based Research Corporation
Technologies (RCT) to pur- .
sue thecontinueddevelop-
ment of a novel electrical
stimulation technology for the
gastrointestinal continence .
control market.
The new Arizona company,
called Leto Medical, will
employ an innovative electri-
Scal stimulation technology
along with proprietary, single
use disposables to restore
Scontinence control to individ-
uals with colostomies for
six to 12 hours per day, dur- `
Sing which time they will not
Shave to wear an ostomy
~pouch. *.
SA colostomy is created
when an individual's colon
and/or rectum` is partially or
completely removed or
bypassed and the remaining
healthy portion of the intes-
tine is brought through the
Abdominal wall, forming what
is referred to as a stoma.
Ostomy surgery leaves the
individual incontinent and pri-
marily reliant on ostomy bags
for waste management.
To learn mor~e, see
www.zassintedical.com-
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about Leto Medical, contacpp.~ ..
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within a dise and realigns and
restores ranges of motion
inherent to the spine while '
reducing low back and neck
pain, especially in arm and leg
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City seelrs to prevent

seniors fom falling
ANGELA DA'UGHTRY homes for potential dangers
SNewvs Leader such as furniture.1ayout and
ground obstacles, and would
City commissioners have have handrails installed where
authorized application to the necessary.
Florida Department of Health. The program would also
for three emergency medical partner with the Council on
service grants. The city's 25 per- Aging and local hospitals, Hanes
cent share of matching costs said, with educational programs
will total $25,725 if the grants and handouts, plus training to
come through. help prevent perilous falls by
The grants will help pay for ~the elderly.
a fall prevention program for "This is not a governmental
the elderly ($20,000); critical function," said Vice Mayor Eric
care medical training and equip- Childers. "This is where I draw
ment ($28,000); and vehicle the line, at the slip and'fall pre
extraction equipment and train- gram."
ing ($54,900).. "If there's a slip and fall at my
City Fire Chief Dan Hanes house Itake care of it," said
said at the commission's Feb. Commissioner Ken Walker.
2 meeting that the fall prever~i- "But a lot of people don't have
tion program would be a proac- anyone~ to take care of them.
tive measure to reduce the num- They don't have any resources
her of medical emergencies due' at all. If this can help, I'll support
to residential falls. .your application."
S"The fall prevention program ~- "This is like a smoke-detec-
is really preventative along the tor program," said Commlission-
same lines as fire preventionn" er Jeff Bunch. "This will actual-
Hanes said. "It will reduce the ly save us money if.we install
emergencies in our city.... With grab rails."
this program we follow up with Hanes said the average cost
the- patient and find out why of a slip and fall to Nassau
they fell," Hanes said the city's County was $33,000, and that
emergency ,medical personnel most elderly patients end up in
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efficiency and cost-savings."
Cedar Key's Community
Redevelopment Agency
Director Greg lang will col-
laboraite with Dessy to imple-
ment the sustainability project
within the local governments.
"The idlea of implementing
internal sustainable practices
within both our: local govern-
ments and reconnecting and
reinforcing the historic linkage
.(between the cities) is excit-
ing," wrote Cedar Key Mayor
Sue Colson in a letter to Steger.
"I believe that developing asus-
tainable community and econ-
Somy based upon the wonderful
natural resources, history aid
working water fronts we have is
where our efforts must remairi
focused."
Other cities such as
Jacksonville have also formed
governmental teams to address
sustainability issu~es. For-more
information on the Florida
Natural Resources Iradership
Institute, go to http://nrli.ifas.
ufl.edu.
,' adaughrryI@fbnewuslea ienom


ANGELA DAUGHTRY .
Newvs-Leader

A group ofemployees rom
the city of Fernandina Beach is
meeting for the first time today
Sas a governmental team to
identify sustainability goals in
conjunction with the city of
Ce~dar Key.
Possible areas to evaluate
are energy usage, procurement
policies, fleet management,
recycling and waste manage-
ment, water usage, carbon
reduction, building efficiency,
parks and green space man-
agement and community edu-
cation and outreach.
The city has teamed.with
Cedar Key for the project
because both are working
waterfront communities and
the cities are historically linked
by David Yulee's railroad,
which was built in the mid-19th
century.
City Planner Adrienne
Dessy is the city's representa-
tive fellow for the Natural
Resources leadership Institute
project, which is a University of
Florida practicum in which par-
ticipants will study natural
resource issues and explore
alternatives for addressing
them. Dessy has obtained a
scholarship to participate Ex
the program.
The eight-nionth program
includes seven three-day sem-
inars in different locales that
Dessy will attend to 14arn per-
sonal and group leadership
skills, communication skills
and conflict management tech-
niques in regards to environ-
mental issues, concepts and


policy.
The program also will focus
on training in conflict r~esolu-
tion regarding naturalresource
.issues such, as land use, water,
forests, the shoreline and
wildlife.
S Participants in the city's
internal working group, who
will help identify goals, are
Fran Middleton from the city
attornejr's office; Nicole' Bednar
of the city clerk's office; Fleet
Superintendent Jeremiah
Glissort City Planner Kelly
Gibson; Colleen Trotter of the
fire department; Mayor Susan
Steger; Utilities Director John
.Mandrick; Peter Cross of the
city police department; Parks
& Recreation Director Nan
Voit; Scott Womble br David
Franklin of the city golf course;
Jennifer Nagel of the informa-
tion technology depar tment;
Sand Gar~y Groenewold of the
city madrina.
The group is to provide' reg-
ular progress updates to the
public and the city commission.
Strategies and plans will be
shared between the two cities.
According to Dessy, depart-
ment.dirlectors nominated a
par~ticipant from their depart-
merit, but in some instances
the department head will be a
part of the working group. It
has not yet been determined
how often the group will meet,
she said.
S"The group will ideally gen-
erate several tangible sustain-
ability goals related to gover n-
ment operations and create a
way to implement the goals,".
Dessy wrote ini an e-mail.
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dTh eN teat For~ida
Association of Realtors said
homes were up for the 11th
consecutive month in Janu-
ary.
There were 1,300 pend-
ing sales in Ja'nuary, up 34.7
percent kom last year. Closed
sales were up 19 percent,
from 701 in Januar'y 2009 to
.834 this year.
The strong sales activity
has reduced the supply of
inventory from 15.6 months
in January 2009 to 10.4
months supply this January.
A market is considered bal-
anced when there is a five-
to-six months supply of avail-
able homes for purchase.
The number of lender-
mediated property sales
(foreclosures and short
sales) is still prevalent, with
January's 418 lender-mediat-
ed sales representing half of
the month's 834 total sales. .
Sales prices continue to
trend dowunwar~d, although
there is a marked: difference
in the pricing of lender-medi-
ated sales versus traditional
(those that are not lender-
mediated) sales. Lender-
mediated properties in Janu-.
ary had a median sales price
of$89,950, do~rn 22.1 percent
from a year ago. Traditional
sales, however, dropped only
1.7 percent, from $178,000
last year to $175,000 this year. ~
NEFAR is headquartered
in Jacksonville, with satellite
centers in Orange Park, Jack-
sonville Beach, Palatka and
World .Golf Village. As all
Nassau and St. Johns county
realtors are not participants,
reports do not represent the
full extent df realtor sales.


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NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER
ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE

Nassau County proposes to consider the following ordinance affect-
ing unincorporated Nassau County as shown in the map below*
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA AMENDING THE COASTAL MAN-
AGEMENT ELEMENT OF THE NASSAU COUNTY COMPREHEN-
SIVE PIAN; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENTS TO THE 2010 COM-
PREHEilSIVE PIAN BASED ON THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE
2008 EVALUATION AND APPRAISAL REPORT; PROVIDING FOR
CONSIDERATION OF THE STRATEGIES AND OBJECTIVES OF
VISION 2032; PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENTS, ADDITIONS AND
DELETIONS TO THE GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF
THESE ELEMENTS; PROVIDING FOR TRANSMITTAL PURSUANT
TO CHAPER 1633187, FLORIDA STATUTES; PROVIDING FOR
SEVERABLTY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
NOTE: TEN ELEMENTS WILL BE CONSOLIDATED INTO A SINGLE
ORDINANCE AT TIME OF TRANSMITTAL AND ADOPTIION.









L'0~. par' ted -



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Nassau County Planning and
Zoning Board will conduct a public hearing to consider these mat-
ters on Tuesday, the 2nd day of March 2010, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
at the James S. Page Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau Place,
Yulee, Florida 32097.

Also, be it known that the Nassau County Board of County
Commissioners will conduct transmittal and adoption public'hear-
ings on future dates to be duly noticed.
All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing and to
be heard. Copies of the proposal and supporting information are
available for inspection in the omfce of the Nassau County Growth
Management Department, 96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, FL 32097, and
online at www.nassaucountyfl.com (Department>Growth
Management>Land Development Code). Comments may also be
directed in writing to the Growth Management Department, e-
malled to agregoryenassautountyll.com, or received by telephone
at (904) 491-7328. All comments will become' part of the record in
this matter and subject to Florida's public records law.
Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to par-
ticipate in this program or activity should con tact 491-7328 at least
twenty-four (24) hours in advance to request such accommodation.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED T`O BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD, AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MAT'-
TER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING HE/SHE WILL
NEED A RECORD TO ENSURE THAT A VERBA\TIM RECORD OF THE
PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTI-
MONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH APPBAL IS TO BE 13ASED*

The Planning and Zoning Board and the Board of County
Commissioners may continue hearings on these matters.

THOMAS FORD, Chlair
Planning and Zoning Board


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NOTICE OF INTENT TO CONSIDER
ENACTMENT OF AN ORDINANCE

Nassau County proposes to consider the following ordinance
affecting unincorporated Nassau County as shown in the map
below* .
AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA AMENDING THE PUBLIC SCHOOL
FACILITIES, HOUSING, PUBIC FACILITIES AND CONSERVATION
ELEMENTS OF THE NASSAU COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PIAN;
PROVIDING FOR AMENDMENTS TO THE 2010 COMPREHENSIVE
PIAN BASED ON THE RECOMMENDATION OF THE 2008 EVALUA.
TION AND APPRAISAL REPORTi PROVIDING FOR CONSIDERATION
OF THE STRATEGIES AND OBJECTIVES OF VISION 2032; PROVIDE.
ING FOR AMENDMENTS, ADDITIONS AND DELETIONS 'IO THE
GOALS, OBJECTIVES AND POLICIES OF THESE ELEMENTS~; PRO-
VIDING FOR TRANSMITTAL PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 163.$187,
FLORIDA STATUTES; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABET~Y; AND PROVIDE.
ING AiV EFFECTIVE DATE.
NOTE: TEN ELEMENTS WILL BE CONSOLIDATED INTO SINGLE
ORDINANCE AT TIME OF TRANSMITTAL AND ADOPTION.








L~.'rorn olyrpeted \
[Nanav Co3unt' j


NO~IC.E IS HEREBY GiVN that the Nassau County Planning and
Zoming Board will conduct a public hearing to consider these matters
on Tuesday, the 23rd day of February 2010, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at
the James S. Page Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau Place,Yulee,
Florida 32097.

Also, be it known that the Nassau County Board of County
Commissioners will conduct transmittal and adoption public hear-
ings on future dates to be duly noticed. .
All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearing and to
be heard. Copies of the proposal and supporting information are
available for inspection in the office of the Nassau County Growth
Management Department, 96161 Nassau Place, Yulee, FL 32097, and
online at www.nassauc:ountyfl.com (Department>Growth
Management>Land Development Code). Comments may also be
directed in writing to the Growth Management Department, e-malled
to agregory~~nassaucountyll.com, or received by telephone at (904)
491-7328. All comments will become part of the record in this matter
and subject to Florida's public records law.
Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to par-
ticipate in this program or activity should contact 491-7328 at least
twenty-four (24) hours in advance to request such accommodation.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A PER-
SON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD,
AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CON-
SIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING HE/SHE WILL NEED A
RECORD TO ENSURE THAT' A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY
AND EVIDENCE OPON WHICH APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.

The Planning and Zoning Board and the Board of County
Commissioners may continue hearings on these matters.

TH OMAS FORD, Chair
Planning and Zoning Board


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 2010 liEWS News-Leader


Haiti



of days.
The team worked diligently
to hand out food and, supplies
that were stored ~and guarded
by armed soldiers at a nearby
airport.
Despite the threatening
atmosphere, the volunteers
again felt at peace whenever
they picked up the sequestered
supplies.
"... I just opened it up and
we got what we needed," Hodge
said.
She added that the medical
team treated approximately 700
victims and distributed food to
as many as 1,000 villagers.
Prior to the earthquake,
Hodge said the missionaries
.were making a difference by
providing regular food, vitamins
and education for the children
living at a Christian Light
Foundation orphanage.
Sherrie Fausey, w~ho led the
school and orphanage, escaped
.injury during the quake, but the
building was destroyed. A child
r related to one of the orphanage
workers" was killed. Fausey
owns an adjacent' property
'equipped with a niietal shell
building and plans to rebuild
the iorphanage- arid~ school,.
Moore said.
H~odge and Moore: both
Believe that the UJnited States
should assist the earthquake
victims, despite the failings of
the Haitian government.
Millions of U.S. dollars have
Already poured in to fund recov
ery and rebuilding of the ray-
aged area.
S"The cycle is being broken,"
Hodge said. "It is not a hope-
less situation as people think.
Th~e school was turning things
'around. That's not to say the~
government is good. It's cor-
rupt; we kn~ow it's true.' But if
somehow funds being poured
in could go to the people, then'
it would definitely make a~ dif-~
ference."
The registered riurse said
the Haitians are not greedy and
looking for handouts from rich-
er countries.
She added.that when food
Sor other items were distributed,
the villagers accepted only one
Sound of handouts and brought'
~others who had not yet received
anything.so they could benefit.
"Th~ey're very strong peo-
ple," Moore said. .s . y
Haitian children age 14 and
younger served as interpreters,
helping them communicate wvith
villagers. Moore said their rela-
tionship with Alex, their r0year-
old interpreter, grew into a tight
bond within the short time-
frame they were there. Alex is
an orphan who they described
as very loving.
SMoore and Hodge were,
grateful~for the opportunity to
help the Haitians. They
Expressed -gratitude towai-d
their team members, Michael
Grooms,Jonathan Grooms,Jeff
Roberts, Dr. Karen McCarthy
and CLF Director Jim Hambrick
and his wife, Debbie. The sup-
port of their. respective husr
bands, Carl Moore and Rod
Hodge, helped make, their jour-
ney a success. They returned
home Jan. 26.
To learn more about the
Christian 11ght Foundation, visit
www.christi anlightfounda-
tion.com.


The thought of danger never
crossing their minds, Allison
Moore and Cindy Hodg~e knew
they had to head to Haiti.
"We just knew we had to go,
go right now," said Hodge, a
registered nurse. ,
The Hilliard resident and
Callahan's .Moore returned
from a medical mission trip to
Port-au-Prince, the epicenter of
a devastating earthquake that
struck Jan. 12 and claimed hun-
dreds of thousands of lives and
left hundreds of thousands
more homeless.
Th6 women were part of an
Eight member volunteer med-
ical team led, by Dr. Kagren
McCarthy, arriving in the area
Jan. 20 to help attend and feed
displaced victims'. Volunteer
groups visit the area twice each
year in conjunction with
Christian Light Foundation, a
Jacksonville-based millistry that
supper t five missionaries in
Haiti, as well as a home and
school for orphans.
.This marked th~e second l
medical trip made by the
women in recent months. They
were in Port-au-Prince during
the first week of November, but
felt led by God to return after
the earthquake hit.
During the first trip, Hodge
and Moore treated routine med-
ical conditions like high blood ;
pressure, anemia and common
infections that are too expen-
sive to' treat in area hospitals.
Butthe second trip told quite
a different story fromlh the first,
as people cried out for food and
water among the ruins, shaken
agamn by aftershocks' that
occurred on the day of their
arrival:
When the team reached
their destination, they were sad-
dened by what they saw and
feared the worst for the villagers
they liad bonded with on the
previous trip. .*
"There was a lot of rubble,"
said Moore. "There were tent
cities."
She described the tent cities,
fashioned from either proper
tents or makeshift tents made of
sheets and other fabric.
"They wereafaid togo back
-into any buildings, so they live
Sand sleel outsid ," ~Iodke said.
-rrfrhe:i ackomm ldations were
,few as thaiffi'ie ibers slept on
a rooftop at night, but. had
access to a shower and rest-
room facilities, which was more '
than they expected.
In the darkness they; heard
supply helicopters circling over-
head, while echoes of gunfire
continually erupted.
"I guess that's~jtst the peace
of God," Moore said of their
sense of security. .
Enveloped in that peace, the
team went about its business,
attending to fractures and
burns, conducting limb ampu-
tations' and dealing with a host
o'f associated injuries.
."You never heard them
whine about their wounds,
Hodge said. .
One young girl suffered an
injury that left a large gap in
her forehead. Despite the
wound's severity, local doctors
refused to help the child. Her
father sought treatment at the
team's mobile clinic. With the
help of regular cleansing and


PHOTOS COURTrESY OF AilsoN MOORE AND CINpY HODGE


SAllison Moore and
Cindy Hodge visit.
with orphans and
area families while
providing medical
relief and food to
earthquake vic-
tims, above. An 1
18-month-old
orplian sheds tears
on street in Port-
au-Prince,' Haiti, .
right. The orphai-
age he lived in was -
destrojyed by the
Jan. 12 earth- .
'quake. A group of
SHaitian children
poses for the cam-
era, left.


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Amelia Island Museum of History wishes '
to exrpress its appreciation to, everyone who ~
attended our Jailhouse Jazz gala on Jan. 30. 1
The event was attended by approjilmately
250 people and was a glorious way to
celebrate our inclusion on the National .
Registkr of Histor~ic Places and thieopening of
our latest -exhibit, "An A4merican Beach."
The music was provided by; Instant Groove,
who keptf our,toes tapping and hips swing-
ing
We would like to thank all the volunteers '
Swho donated their time and efforts to make
our event such a success.'llianks also goes to
the Newus-Leadir for their continuing 'Sup brt
in helping us to spread ~the word of the mus~-
Sum's continuing mission to foster communi-
ty and visitor appreciation of Nassau County's
Unique history.
Please visit our website for a listing of
upcoming events at www.ameliamuseum.org
Phyllis E. Davis, Director
Amelia island Museum of History

Your h rti
SWe wish to express our warm gratitude
to the sponsors and donors as well as the
golfers who braved wind and rain for
making our annual golf tournament a financial
success.
'Ihe Amelia Isla'nd Museum of History
serves our community in countless ways.
Not only is it engaged in many educational
programs and projects, but it offers exhibits,
Slectures and walking tours of historical sig-
nificance. -In addition there are archives of
ta ~d interviews of military veterans and an
oral history projected entitled .History
Keepers.
Come and visit the~ museum view the
exhibits, take a tour, become~ a member. It's
part of your h rtg u n me t


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Nassau County Commissioners:
Danny Leeper, Distict 1-Femandina Beach,
26t-8029 (h), 430-3868:(cel),
Semail: diceper~ nassaucoun~tyl.com
Mike H. Boyle, District 2-Amelia Island,
Nassauville, 491-1908 (h), 753-1409 (cell),
email; mboyle~nassaucountyfl.com
4tacy Johnson,~DisrctYulee, 583-2746
(cell), email: sjohnson @ nassaucountyfl.com
Barry Holloway, District 4- Hilliard, Bryceville,
Boulogne, 879-3230 (h), 753-1072 (cell), email:
bholloway@nassaucountyfl.com
WalterJ. Boatright, District 5-Callahan,
879-2564 (h), 753-0141 (cell),
email: wboatright@nassaucountyfl.com

City of Fernandina Beach
Commissioners:
MayorSusan Steger:261-4372, '
Semail: sstager@fbfl.org
Vice Mayor: Eric Childers: 261-0116,
ericchilders.comemail: echilders~ibfl.org
Ken Walker. 261-9875, email: kwalker@fbfl.org
Tim Poynter: 415-6533 (cell) tpoynter~fbfl.oig
Jeff Bunch: 415-4902 (cell) jbunch~fbfl.org


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Florida Public Utilities is under new ownership
but it appears they are up to the same old tricks
We met with Mr. (Mark) Cutshaw (general mari
ager of FPU's Northeas~t Division) on March 11
2009, following rate increases and deposi
demands. FPU backed off at that .time, so.
thought..It now appears that theyjust decided tr
string out the deposit demands to avoid a united
public outcry.
It is unconscionable to require two month
average billing as a deposit when people ar<
already struggling to pay a burdensome electric
binl. Ie' ntifore ohthe ee s ccut ltis, b

ththt ersdeoi dtads 180 ls i
Febaty Int yee wenei dateetnan at thei h gh s
and people are struggling to make ends meet.
SMy recent deposit demand was in the amount
.of $41(i"payable in 30 days" (they have agreed tr
.take installments, big of them, don'tyou think?)
Yes, I'vebeen late, yes, my bill ruts $200 amont1
(last month $283) bringing the total to almost
$700! Three months agolIasked FPU aboutarvel
aging my bill, but was told "you had. been lat
twice in 12 months and do not qualify! So ever
~when I tried to find a solution, FPU's policy stooc
in the way; now I'm being penalized by a company
that has a local monopoly and has it in thel
pow r t80eexercis some d scetiont av e
me to believe that Chelsap~eake Utilities Corp. i
going to try and sell FPU. It's only a hunch, bu
here's why I feel this way. I think the sudde
enforcement of a provisiop in the contract t
require deposit ls twofold. =
1) An increase in deposits would create a
,immediate increase in cash reserves, bolsterin.
Sthe company's bottom line, making it appiea
healthier for a potential buyer. (Exactly wha
occurred last year.}
.. 2) Six to eight weeks ago, the city request
a report comparing FPU's) rate increases to th
CPI (Consumer Price Index).TIhis report articlel
S11 of the franchise agreement) is required ever
five years and was not provided in 2001 and 200W
until now. It would appear-thatcFPU may hav
.exceeded the allowed increase in 2001 and 200(
these numbers are preliminary and unconfime
at this point, but if accurate, there are ramific;
tions for FPU (f nes). These fines would be remi
ted! to the city and not customers, which is als
a travesty! <
This information, coupled with the project
'cost o~f storm hardening and the state of FPUI
infrastructure, leads me to, believe the sale c
FPU is imminent. The city may wish to purchase
the utility, but in any case FPU should not b
allowed to bolster a cash 'reserve on our back!
In this economy, with thie increases we hav
Experienced, it is the worst example of corp
rate citizenship I have ever witnessed. Why ca
Swe as a city not do something about this?
Eric Childer
City Commiissione
':Fernandina Beac

NOCUSIofers SIiCE
on ,I~r am atrother disgusted capture customer (
FPU. I'm president of the Phoenix Walk Homl
owners Association for 2010. Our board vote
recently to take back control~ of our association
from a management company we hadi hired in a
effort to reduce costs. This required reregiste
ing our new board member signatures with th
local bank. Because of the "Patriot Act" and add
Stional paperwork the process now takes over
Month. In the interim, the bank provided coun
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suppliers of services with these checks, including
FPU. Several days later, FPU returnixl our check
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n payments. I was promptly informed that FPU
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dAfiraid
ofI am afraid. Very afraid of the Americans with
viewpoints such as ("Do not be afraid" and "One
re people," Feb. 10).: One writer equates jihad camps
s. .to Christian schools? I havett't seen Christian
,e schools, Jewish schools, or aiy. other school pro-
o-moting violent deith to all non-believers.IThat is
In the sole mitssibn of Muslim fundamentalists.
:.They are smart, financially well-ftuided and
s very dangerous. And they are greatly increasing
!r. in populatio~n..~The birth rate per capital for the '
h Westerix womart' is 1.4, versus ? for the Muslim
woman. ;-.
As for Muslims teaching hatred of America
(and other Western countries), has anyone been
of watching the terrorist.'atta~cksi The bombingzof
e - the U.S. ship in Yemet, the 9/11 attack, kidnap
d ::pings and beheadings via thelanternet, etc.,'etc., .
,n .etc. Iwould say it takes a hell ofa lot ot hatred ~to !
in fuet those actions. -
Ir- Is Lt's all remember that there were also idiots
re that defended and praised the Nazi regime too.
Li. : .Tammy Robinson
a ; ..'FernandiIna Beach
It
ur Cahhie
Ig
kI I knowk in African-'American man who, much :
,n like the "Beach Runner," continuess untiriingly


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down the beach,works tirelessly toward a goalof ~
a better world through one good act at atinie. His
name is Coach Ronald Miller. Coach Miller is a
very kind anid generous man who, during and
after a long career as a railroad conductor with
SCSXehas spent much of his free time helping
Sand teaching others. (: :
Coach Miller is well known for taking care of
his elderly neighbors. Whether they need somne-
one.to drive them to the \doctor or the grocery
store, Coach Miller seems to always find time to
help out He is a longtime baseball and softball
umpiree who also teaches clinics for young play-
ers. In the winter, he is a volunteer basketball
coach at Yulee Middle School where he works
with both the boys and girls' players from sixtth
thrdugh eighthi grade. His knowledge and exrpd-
r'iience have helped has Yulee Middle become
.one' of the best basketball programs in North
Florida. His commitment to the young people of
all colors in our community is a wonderful exam-
~ple of why people need to learn to see past the
colorr of a person's skin and 'do whatever it takes
: to help make people's, hves` better.
SIt seenis everywhere my family and I go with`
Coach Miller, ~people know him and make a point
of speaking to him. Since he has worked with so
many children as coach, many of his former play-
ers, their parents and sometimes even their own
:-children treat him as if he is a member of their
'family. He likes~ to say that it is his goal to treat
every athlete he works with as if they were his
own son or.daughter.
.Being a role model for others, especially chil-
dren, is not always easy. Coach Miller under-
stanlds this and works very haid to set a good'
example for everybody. He' is not just a role
Model, he~is exactly why we.neied to give people
of all races a chalice to' contribdlte. Our commu-
,nity would1~.c not be,the same ;without him. 3,7 ?
u-~ uch like the Beach Runner," Coach Millbi-
.is nowhere close to the end of his run. As he
continues to give his time to our community, his:
knowledge, passion and love for his fellow man
thatt he shares wil spread and grow, spreading
throughout the area and the nation and being'
passed on to future generations of athletes who
will always have a second set of footpr-ints beside
Them in the sand of their lives. They will be Coach
Roiald Miller's.
Jayna Weiss
fourth grade
: ' :.Yul~ee Elementary School


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Winter. Even here Fertiandina .whole attention is focused what bird made,those tracks? ': .~ : ;.IE~
in Florida, some- Beach? They downward. And if I am due to find
times taking an wear blink- That's when 1 view sub- fossilized shark teeth, now is I1
early morning walk can be a "" ers that keep tidal marine life the most care- the time. With my concentra- .
challenge with the elements. their atten- fully, when there's nothing tion only on the sand, these : c
Buttha'swha wehae wn-tion straight else to draw my attention. On tiny relics of a distant past :,~
ter clothes for, right? On ahead on the my blinkered mornings, at jump to my consciousness. r
mornings like these I'tu glad I cars and peo- low tide, the world in my limit- Two, three teeth, som etim es .
didn't ditch all myi wintei- ple ed view is especially reward- more ckitch my eyes when
clothes when I moved South. UnL approaching ing. When I'm blinkered I see they are averted in this way.
The main problem with WAYS .them. It does the sand collars left by egg- Otherwise I might go weeks,
winter beach walking is not no good to laying moon snails and other sometimes months, before
the cold, but the wind. the horse to gastropods. It's when Inotice fiEnding one.
Invariably a walk "up the Pa know what's how'many invasive g~i~antpink Bu soon~ enoughIt I've1
beach" is always followed by a FotrTre going on in barnacles there ar on the walked my distance into the
walk "down the beach" back its periphery beach compared to their wind, and with the passing of. i
to my parked car. And more that's the driver's job, to be smaller native white cousins. tiine the day has warmed up a j '
often' than not, in the winter, aware of dangers and threats The norinally heavily cam- bit too. Time at last to turn
into the wind; better off not being distracted of small shells glued together the beach to wherice I came, f :,
So I don my parka, lift up by distant movements that ini a tube show up for my with the wind finally at my PAT FOSTER-T~URLEY/FORTHE NEWSLFADE1
my hood and tie it tightly~ it needs to evaluate an inspection. With my eyes back. And at ilong last, time to In and amongst the modern animal shells, an occasional
.around my neck, covering my' respond to. Thinking about down I can ponder the inexpli- remove mjy hood and look fossilized shark's tooth comes to light.
ears, and resolutely set off the big picture is not the cable groupings of washed up around.
into the wind. The hood horse's job, just moving safely marine life', here there are Now the dog-walkers, jog-
aroun~d my head obscures my forward. round clams, a~bit further the gers, pelicans, terps,dolphins people that inhabit it. not of the physical kind.
'vision to the left and right, and So, like the blinkered jackknife clams, and look, and ospirey oml-4grid my Before very long I'ny back Another day in Fernandina,
restricts my neck movements horse, I head forward into here's a sea star! ` attention once more. Thie walk at my car, refi-eshed fi-om my awaits me, and I'm ready for
to and fro. It strikes me that the wind, looking the only The tracks left by shore- back to my car isveryy differ- ''two-hour dawn walkt,with new it. And you know what? I even
I'm like a blinkered horse, direction that is comfortable, birds, and deer, and dogs and ent from the wa~lk: a ay lfrom -~ ideas to write about and full forgot about the cold!
with eye patches that keep my down at my feet. No longer humans all become some it. Like the carriage horse day ahead of me to live to its Pat Poster-Turley is a zoolo-
attention focused only to the distracted by the sight of dol- thing to ponder close up as' I relaxing in its pasture, nowi I fullest. I guess some people gist on Amelia Island. She wrel--
front phins or possible whales out walk into the wind head down can focus on, the big stuff of might call my morning walk comes your nature questions'
It works for horses. E~ver to sea, or pelicans arid terns and half blinded. Hlow big was' life, the full hoizoi~n, the hous- on the beach exercise, but not and observations.
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Island Museum of Histoi-y, 233 with the' historic district Fernandina Restoration
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Softball league schedule won't alter


The city team was started in
2008.
SCzymbor said he had "no
ulterior motive" in changing the
schedule. He said he did it
because he wants "the highest
level of participation" in the
league.
But players on other teams
complained to city commis-
sioners, and both Mayor Susan
Steger and Commiissioner Tim
Poynter questioned the advisa-
bility of the change. "l have sug-
gested he reverse his action for
the' betterment of the many at
the expense of a few," Poynter
said.


ferred to keep the schedule as
it has been in previous years.
Czymbor said he ordered
the change in schedule to
accommodate players, includ-
ing three members of the city
team, who were not available
Wednesday because ofchui-ch.
Czymbor Is also a member of
the city team, which is one of 11
teams .that have been formed
so far this year.
SCity Parks & Recreation
Director Nan Voit said she start-
ed the adult softball league in
1997, and games have been
played Monday and Wednesday
evenings for about nine years.


ANGELA DAUGHTRY
Newvs-Leader

The city's Adult Coed
Softball League will play accord-
i gto the league's original
Mntnday/Wednesday schedule,
the city revealed in its latest
Parks and Recreation Depart-
ment schedule.
Teams may register for the
adult softball league through
Monday at the Atlantic Avenixe
Recreation Center. For more,
information, contact Jason
Brown at 277-7256.
City Manager Michael
Czymbor had told players in late


January that
the league'ss
schedule
would be
changed from
Wednesday to
Th ursda y
evenings to
accommodate
some players
with Wednes-
day evening


stretches from Nassau
County to Tallahassee
Creilshaw is a member of
the House Appropriations
SCommittee.
Democratic Club -
Peter Johnson, who .
'worked in the U.S. State
Department and is actively
involved in the Haitian
rebuilding effort, will speak
at the med'ting of~the
Democratic Club of Amelia
Island at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
He will give an audiovisual
Presentation that draws on
his career in the Foreign
Service and as former head
Sof a not-for-profit organiza-
Stion that was charged with

heah yi stutin n dthe
Caribbean Basin.
A Mexican dinner featur-
ing lasagna, chile rellenos
casserole, tortilla chips with
salsa, tossed salad and
chocolate espresso pies will
be catered by Karen Miller
of Old South Yatikee. Cost
for the evening is $15.
The meeting will take
place at a new location, the
Amelia Island Museum of
History, 33 S. Thitd St.,
Fernandina Beach. The
meeting room is on the sec-
ond floor, and there ishn ele-
vator for those who choose `
not to use the stairs. .
To reserve a place, call
Maggie Carlson at 277-5608
or email jandmearlson@,
yahoo;.com~.

The Nassau` Sierra Club
will conduct' a discussion
and review of the Compre-

heon yy maenetin Msch at
7 p.m. at the Council on
Aging ori South 18th Street.
SThisw;ill be ar.ountltable~
discussion and review of the
Comprehensive Plan, the
primary growth manage- -
ment` and development plan.
Emphasis will be on the cur-
rent major updates of the
county and Fernandina
Beach required by the
Evaluation and Appraisal-
Process. There also will be a
review of the conservation
element of the county ele-
ment.
Both county and city staff
have been invited to attend.
Theme~in isopento h
The discussion will be`
moderated by Len I~reger,
Nassau Sierra Club chair-
man and a member of the
city's Planning Advisory
oar .


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Czymbor


church obligations.
After complaints from both
players and city officials,
Czymbor sent a survey to team
captains asking which day they
preferred. The majority pre-


Hometown

The Men'sewoes
Club of Amnelia Island has
scheduled' its Thutsdah'
luncheon meeting atolfe~lb
Frate 3 na Beach GofC
The a~jmker will be Bob
ese Weintraub, a
former presi-
dent of the
New York
~~Public
Relations
Society and
currently a
member of
Czymbor the, Florida
Sierra Club's

agement commi othman-
He will discuss the
Florida Hometown Demo.
cracy Amendment to the
Florida Constitution -
Amendment 4 on the
November ballot. Amend-
ment 4 wbuld require a pub-
lic referendum on any land- .
use changes to counties' and
cities' comprehensive plans. '
Tickets are $17 at the
door. For reservations, call '
Bob KReane at 277-4590. For
further information
visit www.mensnewcomer-
sclub.org.
CraWFOld tospeal(
.The!Nassaiti Cottnty-
Republican Executive .
Committee will hold its
February meeting on
Thursday. Guest speaker
will be Nassau Cou~nty Clerk
of~iourtslohn Crawford. I
'The meeting is sched-
uled at 7 p.m. at the County
B~iilding,186026 Pages Dairy

Republican women
The Feideraed :'i
Repu blican Women of'
Nassau County fi~ll hold '
their monthly luticheon
~meeting 011 riday at The
Golf Club of Amelrla island
clubhouse at
11:30 a m.
The guest
spea ker will
~t~be Cong.
ressmnan
An~jder .
Crenshaw.
:I Call Gail
Cienshaw Biondi at

SCrenshaw represents
Florida's Fourth Congres-
sional District in the U.S.
House of Representatives.
Ciirrently in his fifth term
representing a district that.


NOminees sought for Esie Har per award
Nominees are needed for fr~om the.websites for: Nassau Ferniandina Beach, FL 32034. be held at the Atlantic Avenue
the 25th annual Elsie Harper -Colnty.Vtolunteer Center at The deadline for nominations Recreation Cent~r from noon
Volunteer of the Yedar Awards www.volu'nteernassau.org or is March 5, and the recipients to 1:30 pm.
for 2009. city of Fernandina Beach at will be recognized at the For information, call Jayne
Categorries include vuolun- www.fbfl.us or visit the April 22 Nassau County Conlkin at 261-0346 or Gail
steering with youth and/or Volunteer Center, 1303 Jasmine 'Volunteer Center Luncheon to Shults at 281-2771,
youth performing volunteer St., or the Office of the City .
services; volunteering with sen- Clerk, 204 Ash St., Fernandina-
iors; social service volunteer;. Beach. 4 1F
and community enrichment/ Completed forms should be
environment/education volun- sent to The Nassau County
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This wras written by jason
Yutggartis of the Netis-Leader
from oral and writen reports by
the Nassau County Sheriff's
Office,. the city of Fernandina
Beach Police Department and .
other agencies. Arrest indicates
.suspicion ofa crimne, nrot guilt.
Anyone with information
about criminal activity can con-
tact the Fernandina Beach
Police Def artment'at 277-2342
or the Nassau County Sheriff's
Offece anonymously by calling
225-0147 in Yulee and ,
Fernandina Beach oL 879-2136
in Callahan, Hilliard and
Bryceville. T~he "We Tip" pro-
gram -1I-800-78CRIM~E- also
allows callers to leave antony-
-mous tips.
Fraud cat
An investigation is under
way after a caller posing as a
representative of the sheriff's
office reportedly offered to
remove a DUI charge from a
man's record in exchange for
$300 on Feb. 10. .
The wife of 4 63-year-old
Hilliard man, who was released
`from jail the same day on a
charge of DUI, received the
call from a man claiming to be
Sgt. James with the Nassau
County Sheriff's office,
according to an incident

'~The caller, whose number
was blocked, told the woman
her husband could enroll in a
.:program that would require
him to attend school for six
weeks, followed by six months'
probation, and the DUIcharge
would no longer' appear on his
record, according to the
report. '
She was told the cost would
be $300, and.if she wras inter-
ested, she needed to contact


Capt. Bill Olsteen at a number
with an out-of-town area code,
the report stated.
When the woman talked to
the man claiming to be
Olsteen, "he knew all about
the situation, (the suspect) and
the accident," the report stat-
ed. Convinced because of the
details given by the man, the
woman, as requested, went to
Wal-Mart and placed the $300
on reloadable prepaid cards,
then provided him with the
activation codes, the report
stated.
The woman told authorities
her husband's phone number,
on which the calls came in, is
registered in her brother's
name and was given to the jail
and the bonding agency only,
the report stated.
SAuthorities collected the
prepaid cards and receipts and
placed them into evidence, the
report stated. The case is pend-
ing further investigation.
Sup ou Ie
The sheriff's. office and
county fire redate personnel
are investigating.a: possible
case of arson at~a Callahan car
dealership Monday night.
When authorities arrived,
a fence and shed on the south
side of Callahan Auto Sales,
542528 US 1, were fully
engulfed iqn James, according
to an incident report t.
SFirefighters were: able to extin-
guish the blaze before the busi-
Sness itself was damaged, the
Srepiort stated. ..
Authorities determined the
fire possibly started near a
power box on a pole next to .
the shed, 1;he~ report stated.
This along with damage to a
Water line behind the business
and a van parked nearby led


fire rescue personnel to deter-
mine the fire was suspicious
and they called county Fire
SInspector Frank Elkins to fur-
ther investigate.
The business owner told
authorities neither the water
line nor the van's windshield
were damaged when he left,
the report stated. The owner
Also gave a description of items
destroyed in the shed.
In atll, about $7,600 damage
was caused to the fence, van,
power pole and the shed and
its contents, the report stated.
The case is pending further
investigation.

FelOI1)'MESIs
Jacquelyn Marie Dorn,
24, Ft. Pierce, Feb. 14, St. Lucie
County warrant grand' theft
auto.
a Benito Ruiz Mondragon,
42, 417 South 11th St.,
Ferpandina Beach, Feb. 13,
Nassau Countyr warrant -unau-
thorized pbssession of a dri-
ver's license or identification.
a Michael Eddie Grayson,
S22, 3755 Falcon Drive, Hilliard,
Feb. 12, Nassau County war-
rant sale of opium or a deriv-
ative, possession with intent to
sell, manufacture or deliver
opium or a derivative, dispens-
ing a prescription without a
jiense.
Izslie Irwis Edwards, 25, .
54048 Bea Road, Callahan, Feb..
12, Nassau County warrant -
violation of probajoni- uttering
forged bills, burglary.
a Mitchell Scott Maninger, '
25, 37111 Teston Lane, Hilliard,
Feb. 12, grand theft.
a Michael Vernon Platt, 51,
1411 S. Sixth St., Fernandima
Beach, Feb. 11, Nassau County
warrant grand theft, dealitig
in stolen property.


MJenepher Pauline
McCor~mick, 36, Jilcksonville,
Feb. 10, St. Johns County war-
r~ant violation of probation -
Sdefratiding an innkeeper, utter-
ing forged bills.
a Thomas Ralph Pope Jr.,
20, 75356 Johnson Lake Road,
Yulee, Feb. 10, two counts of
sale and delivery of marijuana,
two counts of possession' of
marijuana with interit to sell.
Jimmie Don Collier III,
18, Jacksonville, Feb. ~10, Baker
County warrant grand theft.
pl Patricia Debra Scabill, 42,
96684 Commodore Point,
Yulee, Feb. 9, sale of
methadone, dispensing a pre-
scription without a license; Feb.
8, trafficking in opium or a
derivative (4 grams to under
30 gtams), sale of opium or a
derivative.
M Kellie Sue Gordon, 34,
54496 Point South Drive,
Callahan, Feb. 9, Nassau'
.County warrant fraudulent
use of credit card, exploitation
of an elderly adult.
M Jeffery James Reiger, 50,
44188 Gwen Ave., Callahan,
Feb. 8,NaSsau County warrant
grand theft, trespass.
i iKassandre Noelle St.
Ores, 32, 96684 Commodore
Point, Yulee, Feb. 8, traffick-~
Sing in a cpnitrolled substance,
obtainmog or attemijting''d to
obtain a controlled substance
by fraud.
Gidget Inuise Dickerson,
27, 8646 Kyle Frazier Road,
Yulee, Feb. 8, sale of synthetic
narcotic~s, possession of syn-
Sthetic narcotics.
Travis Clinton Soles Jr.,
56, 540118 US 1, Callahan, Feb.
8, driving while license is sus-
pended, or revoked (habitual
offender) .
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The char- a
ges stem from
the alleged No.
viember home
invasion rob.
bery and bat-
tery of an 82-
year-old O'Neil a
man. Auck
According
to reports, the
victim first contacted authori-
ties about 3:30 p.m. Nov. 21 to
report a suspected burglary he
said took place over the last
month. Theback door was pried
open at the man's home on tie
96000 block of Lonnie's Lane
and a television and DVD play.
er stolen, a report stated.
Hours later, just before 8:30
p.m;;,the; man answered a knock
at his door and was hit over the
head with a blunt object, kn~ock-
ing him to the floor. A suspect
oi- suspects demanded money
while ,hitting the man in the
head, causing a smali laceration
near his left ear, the report stat-
ed.
Wells is being held in lieu of
$100,002 bond at the' Nassau
County Jail, while W~iggins is
being held in lieu of $50,002
bond, according to a January
sheriffs office press release,
Auck is being held in lieu of
$25,002 bond.,
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ad role in a dangerous mix, according to
alcoholic University of Florida research.
Bull and In a study of college-aged
g~ alcohol adults exiting bars, patrons
ay create who consumed energy drinks
mixed witH alcohol had a three-
Sfold increased risk of leaving a
bar highly intoxicated and were
four times more likely to intend
to drive after drinking than bal
patrons iviho drank alcohol only.
"erc onggsts "it wheh caf
fine is mixed gClth cohol it


ceiv that tear~e es n1 ri

Dennis Thombs, an associate
professor in the UF College of
Public Health and Health
SProfessions' department of
NLbehavior~al science and com-
munity health. "This may lead
people to drink more or make
uninformed judgments about
whether they are safe to drive."
Bar patrons who reported
drinkingg alcohol mlixed with
energy drinks 6.5 percent of


fine jolt, also play a le
several popular a
drinks, such as Red
vodka. But combining
and energy drinks m;


University of~orida .

GAINESVILLE Energy
drinks, favored among young
people for the beverages' caf-


study participants-were three
times more likely to be intoxi-
cated than drinkers who con-
sumed alcohol only. The aver-
age breath-alcohol concen-
tration reading for those who
Smixed alcohol and energy
drinks was 0.109, well above
the legal driving limit of 0.08.
Consumers of energy drink '
cocktails also left bars later at
nigt hdenl foe longe dpeods
ethanol and' were four tif sLL~(


thhano prons who drank alco-
Consumers of alcohol mix-
Sed with energy drinks may
.drink more and misjudge their
capabilities because caffeine
diminishes the sleepy feeling
most people experience as they
Become intoxicated. It's a con-
dition commonly described as
'"wide awake and drunk," said
study co-author Bruce Gold-
berges: a professor and director
of toxicology i teOF College
of Medicine.


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JA'SON YURGARTIS
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Fernandina Beach Police
arrested three men Thursday
for the Novemiber burglary of a
city bar.
Bryan Lars Auck, Tommy
lee Wells and Owen Michael
Wiggins allegedly broke into
the River's Edge Bar at the cor-
ner ofJasmine and 14th streets ,
Nov. 2 and took a small amount r
of cash and four bottles of liquor,
according to a Fernandina
Beach Police press release.
A uck, 22, of 508 Stanley .
Drive in Fernandina Beach,
Wells; 32, of 96060 Lonnie's
lane in O'Neil and Wiggins, 25,
.of 95050 Dirt Road in
Nassauville were each charged
with commercial burglary.
An investigation revealed
That Auck "deliberately unlock-
ed a rear door" of the bar so
that he, Wiggins and Wells
could return after closing to bur-
g'larize the bar, according to the
Release. .
Wells` allegedly dropped off
Auck and Wiggins, who went
inside and removed the money
and liquor, while he drove
around 'the area, then picked
them dIp, the release stated.
Wells and Wiggins were
already being held at the
SNassau County Jaion unrelated
charges.
.Both Wells and WTiggins had
licen charged in January~ for
home invasion robbery and bat-
tery on a person 65 or older,
r_~according to sheriffs office
reports. Wells has also been
charged with eight Counts of
fraudulent use of an unauth~ .
-. rized credit car~dand two counts :
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dicatio~n was, withheld. Pu.Fo a Atrial dateof Jtue 14 was
counts .of utlerifiig a forgeid' set for Johr i~oward W~illett on,
instrument were not frqueput- a .~ charge of Agggravrated assault, i
ed. days in the Nassau County Jail drew an original plea of not
with credit for time served, fol- guilty and plead'ed.guilty to
lowed by 24months probationn; uttering a forged instrument.
Pace was ordtired.to pay $100 He was adjudicated guilty and
to the State Attorney'b Office, sentenced to 90 days In the
$150 to ~the Ptiblic Defender's Nassau County Jail with credit
Office, $398 iracourt costs arid for time served. Williams was
$455 in restitution. o ~ ordered to pay $100 to the State
.. M Steven. Ray, Romines~ Attorney's Office, $150 .to the
pleaded guilty straight up~ to Public Defender's Office, $398
possession or purchase of in court costs.and $483r76 in
hydrocodone with intent to sell. restitution.
He faces a maximum of 15 H Don W. Williams plead-
yeji~s in pryison:.A sentencing ed guilty to grand theft and
hearing is scheduledl for March was adjudicated guilty. He was
11, sentenced to three years pro-
SVincent Lee Smith plead- bation, ordered to' pay $120 a
ed guilty to a viorlation of pro-~ rionth in restitution and must
bation for .d~e~ilitig iri stolen, write a letter of apology to
.property and was adjudlicated the victim within 10, days..
guilty. His probation was rein- Williams was ordered to pay
stated with an added' special $100 to the State Attorney's
condition tob~iomplete the Office, $150 to the' Public
Salvation. Army Non-Secure Defender's Office, and $398 in
Drug Treaitment Program;. court costs.
; Cyey, Timothy Walkier a Jeramie Richard Wyrckoff
pleaded notguijlty to attempljtedl p,~lea'ded not guilty. to grand
sale or,delivery, of -cocfaine aid : 11eft.
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The following report was
Compiled by Jason Yurgartis,
New-Ladstaff from the Feb.
11 court docket of Circuit Court
Judge Robert Foster
SStacia Muichelle Anderson
pleaded not guilty to sale or
Delivery of cocaine, possession
of cocaine and possession of
drug paraphernalia.
M Randy Keith Beasley
pleaded guilty to two violations
of probation for felony battery
''and was adjudicated guilty. His
.probation was revoked and ter-
.minated and he was re-sen-
Stenced to 18 months probation
under original conditions and
nitist complete 150 liours of
community service at 10 hours
per month.
Jennifer Kay Brazell
pleaded guiltytofr-audulent use
o'f a credit card and was adju-
dicated guilty. She was sen-
tenced to 60days inthe Nassau
County Jail with credit for time
served, followed by two years
probation that includes no vic-
tim contact. Brazell was
ordered to pay $100 to the State
Attorney's Office, $150 to the
Public Defender's Office and
$398 in court costs. The court
reserved jurisdiction to deter-
mine a restitution amount at a
later'date. --
81 Amanda Lynn Bullock
pleaded not guilty to sale or
delivery of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of oxy-
codone.
a Brandon Chase Burnette
pleaded not guilty to obstruct-
Sing or opposing an officer with-
out violence and possession of
more than 20 grams of mari-
juana.
Frank Jacob Carver
pleaded not guilty to twocounts
of grand~ theft ~and dealing in
stolen property..
.Kelly Gene Clemons
pleaded not guilty to corrup-
tion by threat against a public
servant and domestic battery.
a Chadl Alan Edwards
pleaded guilty as charged to
burglary of a structure and
grand theft and adjudication
was withheld. 'He was sen-
tenced to 18 months probation
with the possibility of early ter-
minatiibn if in full compliance
and 50 hours of community
service at 10 hoirs per month.
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City police have charged
James Anthony :Bell -
alre'ady accused in the
October armed robbery of
Winn-Dixie-in Yulee with
an additional count of armed
robbery for the robbery of
Food Lion on Sadler Road
'the same day.
Both robberies took place
within 30 minutes of each
other Oct. 2, and Bell was
immediately identified in the
Winn-Dixcie crime. Bell, 47,of
Jac~kson-
Iville has
been in
custody y
since Oct.
7 at the
Nassau
County Jail
after he
Bell was arrest-
ed by the
J ac kson -
ville Sheriff's Office. -
Bell pleaded not guilty
Nov. 5 to the initial count of
armed robbery for his '
alleged role in the Wirln-
Dixie crime. Attorney
MaggieJo Hilliard ofAtlantic
Beach is representing him.
The new armed robbery
charge filed Friday carries
an additional bohd of
$10)0,002, which has been
added to the original bond
amount of $500,002 :
Police had been looking
for an accomplice in the.
crimes, initially. saying Bell
did not commit the Food
Lion robbery. Detectives
throughout the region had
been focused on Bell's "other
known associates,"
Fer nandina Beach Police
Chief Jim. Hurley said in
November. '-
But Fer nandina Beach
Police 'Capt. David Bishop
said -Monday that further
investigation indicated Bell
worked ~ne.~ ~ .1; ~
"HeE~a thie samde h~at and'l
glasses on in each of the rob-
beries," Bishop said. "We
were able to- put him at sev-
eral businesses that day
through video surveillance
and he was always by him-

seellallegedly brandished
a gun and made off with
about -$3,500 fi-om Winn-
Dixie. Police at the time said

a nmk ow a dun fo
Food Lion.
The investigation was ini-
tiall aided by an employee of
VyStar Credit Union on 14th
Street, who came to work
Oct. 2 about 7 a.m. and
reported a suspicious vehi-
cle in the parking lot, police
said. Tar~a Inviitt was publicly
recognized for her efforts at
the city commission meeting
Oct. 20.
Police Officer Kevin
Kozak documented the vehi-
cle information and saw Bell
walking in a nearby shopping
center.
About two hours later,the
Food Lion in Sadler Squire
was robbed byi a lone gun-
man.
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the State Attorney's O~ffice,
$150 to the Public Defender's
Office arid $398 in court costs.
The court reserved jurisdiction
to determine, a restitution
amount at: a later date.: .
S Fara Lanae Cravey plead-
ed guilty to battery arid was
adjudicated guilty.'Acharge of
aggravated domestic assault
was not Iirosecuted.; Craveywas
sentencedd to one year~ proba-
tion, which includes no violent
contactyith the victini and con-.
'.tinuied treattment -She was
o r'd ed to pay $100 to the Stte
Attorney's Office, $150 to the
'Public Defender's Office, $203
in court'costs and $352 in sur-
charges. Th~e cour-t reserved
jurisdiction to determint:a resti-
tution amount at a later date.
I Patrick Edward Hovan
pleaded guilty for convenience
to possession of psilocybin
mushrooms and was adjudi-
cated guilty. He also pleaded
guilty for convenience to pos-
session of less than .20grams of
marijuana and adjudication was
withheld. A charges of poasses-
sion of drug paraphernalrwas
Snot prosecuted. Hbvian hias sen-
tenced to time :served:;18
months of drug offehder pro-
bation and must suybmitlteran-
dom urinalysis and~coiinplete a
drug and alcohol etatuition
within 60 da~ys. Heiv~as ordered
to pay $100 to~the State
SAttorney's Office, $S150 to the
Public Defenderis Office-and
$498 in court costs.
Brandon Janies Iiumph-
ries pleaded guilty to grand
theft and dealingdin stoeigiiprop-
erty and adjudication wasiv ith-
held. He was senteilied'?Ub 18
mgnths- probatioh, .10> ho~irs
of community.seririce at 10
hours- per month,. a, mental
health evaluation and followb-up
within 30 days anid'is subject
~to random s~ urinalysis
Humhphries was ordered to itsy
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office and $398 irt cotirtcosfs.
a Joshua lewis Irons p~lead-
ed guilty to two violations of
probation for grand theft and


.burglary of a structure or con- ~
veyance and was adjudicated
. guilty. His probation was
revoked and terminated and he
was sentenced to 13 months in
a state prison with credit for
timne served. .
a Tyrone Curtis Jenkins
. pleaded notguiltytotwocounts
of sale, delivery, purchase~ or
manufacture of marijuana, two
counts of possession of more
than 20 grams of marijuana,
two counts of possession of a
firearm or ammunition by a
convicted felon and driving
while license is suspended or
revoked. .
a Quency Allen Kendall
pleaded not guilty to.burglary
of a structure or conveyal~ice ~
and grand theft.
i Jerry Norvell Langley
pleaded not guilty to domestic
battery by strangulation. -
a Matthew Shane Mobley
Sple~aded guilty for convenience .
to possession of more than 20
grams of marijuana and adju-
dication was withheld. Hewas ~
ordered to pay $100 to the State
Attor ney's Office,' $150 to
Regional Conflict Counsel, $498
in court costs and $500 to.the
SNassau County Sheriff's Office
Law Enforcement Trust Fund.
A judicial review 'hearing is,
scheduled for May 6.
gl Nelda Rea Neaves plead-
'ed guilty to a violation of prio-
,bation for child abuse and was
Adjudicated guilty. Her proba- ;
Stion was revoked and termi-
nated and she was sentenced to
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'SINGING FOR SUPPERS'


The Songspinners pres-
efit "Singing for Suppers,"
a benefit'concert for Meals
on Wheels for Pets, at St.
Peter's Episcopal Church
Parish Hall on Friday.
Yappy Hour is from 6-
6:30 p.m. (donation) and
the concert at 6:30 p.m.,
followed by a chili supper.
Reservations are required
by Thursday. Tickets are
$20 and available at St.
Peter's, the' Council on
Aging and the Nassau
Humane Society Dog Palrk,
or call 335-0335, e-mail
MOW4PetsNatssau@yahoo.
com or visit
MOW4PetsNassau.com.
The Meals on Wheels ..
Sfor Pets program, adminis-
tered through the Council
on Agitag, makes it easier
for seniors who receive
Meals on Wheels to feed


proper nutrition and good
health. Oftentimes, a pet is
the only companion that -
an older person has and
~keeping that pet healthy
Sand happy is of vital
importance. <
The Songspinners are a
women's choral group that
Sbegain with 16'members~in
2006 and has grown to 48
voices. As volunteers, their
mission is to bring music
and pleasure to the hearts
of all they encounter.' 'he
grotip meets every Thurs-; -
day morning~ at St. Peter's
Episcopal Church. Jane
lindberg is the founding
director and Lynn Hicks
the accompanist.
For more information
About Meals on Wheel for
Pets, contact Debbie Davis
at 261~-0701, exrt. 1'15.
SFor more information
about the Songspiinners,
contact Lindberg at janel
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"I have found over the years that musice is a wonderful anid liowerful tool for bringing
people together and I do not take that responsibility lightly," says Joan Averett, new
director of music at Memorial United Methodist Church.


MU2ica Oil for
HEATHER A. PERRY Averett says her role ts
Nirews Leader church music director offers
her the unique opportunity to
After serving her previous work with all age groups in~ a
church in Georgia for 25 years, spiritual community setting.
Joan Averett realized she was Sh~e oversees the M~iusic
"way too comfortable." .Ministry which includeswror-
"Change is necessary for ship opportunities for every-
personal growth, especially one from Cherub Choir for
.after staying in the samne place ages 4 and '5 to handbell
Sa quarter of a ceintury." group, the liturgical dance
Newly installed as director group, all choirs and more.
of music at Memorial United "I usually find that the vol-
Methodist: Ch~urch,,:Averett unteers I work with end up
said she grew up in the church inspiring and teaching me a
and started playing piano for lot more than I could possibly
services ivhen she was old teach themA. I have discovered
enough~to climb up on the so much about life, the impo-
piano bench. tance of relationships, and how
"Idemonstrated little chord vital it is to stay connected to
organs at the localdime store God through the church and
in likeland when I was five' the body of Christ," said
years old. They gave me a: .Averett.
small percentage of the sales. One of the visions the new
Big money back then for ative- music director holds is 'the
year-old. No one was surprised development of a stronger
when I later majored in trhusic youth choir at Memorial.
'in college." "There can HeVer be too


change
many opportunities for young
people to learn how to give
back to others and to experi-
ence what it feels like to do
something good for someone
less fortunate. This music min-
istry at MUMC is availableito
Sany young person in the area,
grades 6-12. We meet on
Simdays from 4.15 to 5 p.m.
For this summer we have
planned a July trip to Miami to
work with disadvantaged c~hil-
Sdren in a summer day camp
sponsored by the -South
Florida: Urban Ministries
oraiainAverett and herj husband,
Tarver, have two grown chil-
dren, Ed and Laura, and a 12-
yeai--old.daughter, MaeLee,
whom they adopted from
China.
Fourdlegged members of
the dqg-loving Averett house-
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ng epencheatrgt
Slick with the league ,..
Speaking of Texas, the
LonghorIlns have fallen vic-
tim to what amounts to a
stupid NCAA rule (are "stu-
pid"' and "NCAA rule"
rei~dundL]a n P). Get this. Since
Lo:drhighons defensive coor-
dlinato~l \\;i11 Muschamp has
bcen "publicly designated"
as hea;d-coach-in-waiting at
SPORTS Texas, the NCAAwill sub-
je~ct himl to the same recruit-
~ ::' TGH : Ing rules~ as a head coach,
meaning he can onlyr have
JOHN i . :one off-campus visit with a
CRAWFORD prospect and it can't be
.. between April 15 and May
31,
Really th e wh ole h ead-coach-in-waiting
concept is asinine. As ridiculous as this rule
is, maybe it will encourage schools to keep
their plans regarding futui-e head coaches to
themselves ... -
Taunting on the way to the end zone or
after a touchdown in college football used to
result in it 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalty
on the: rensuingr kickoff. But if a rules over'-
sight committee approves the change, any
sort of tafinting gesture will result in the
negation of the touchdown, beginning in
2011. That means that pointing, dancing,
chest bumping, hip bumping anything that
is deemed as a plaverl chowing up the
defense `---willis sub~jl.ct to. the judgment of
a referee.
Yeah, E'm sure that's going to go over well.
Some of these guys already have a ha~d
enough timel- spoting the~ ball correctly and
keeping up with~the scoreboard clock. Now
they're going to takeron the r-esponsibility of
judging dance? What's next, the panel of
Dancing with the Stars in the replay booth?
john L. Crawfolrd's column appears Wednes-
days. E-mailhim ai~t jkrawford727@aol.com*


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14ppae NtA`lyce t Ucgesiyo
Central Florida football team on .,
13 ~ two years' pi-obation last week for
: whatt it deemed major recruiting .
ylolations. Apparently. a fewY former employ-
Se-s placed about 200 ilon-pernfissive phone
2alls and 100 non-perinissive text messages
to recruits between 2007 and 2009 and did so
tiZnbeknownst to head cpach Geo~rge O'Leary
ind his coaching staff.
; Talk about a "thanks but no thanks" situa-
tion. Not only did these boneheads take it
inpo:n th.n-ms Ivesj to: get UCF in trouble, all
the Gu.llh n Kinights have~ to show ~for the
yvrongdoings aire a combined 12-13 record in
2008-9 and a 45-24 St. Petersburg Bowl shel-
lacking by Rutgers last December. You'd .
think 300 illegitimate calls and texts would at
least be good enough to get UCF to San
Diego for the Poinsettia Bowl or Detroit for .
chc: Little Caesar~s...
r Adam Griffin, son of Ohio State's two-timie
fleisman Trophy winning RB Archie Griffin,
ivill follow in his dad's footsteps and play fpr
the Buckeyes. If he is anywhere close to
being as talented as his father, OStJ might
actually be able to hang with whichever SEC
tearn the Buck~eyes are sure to play sometime
in the near futur~e. '
Maybe for a half, anyway ...
OK, so maybe I'm a little hard on Ohio
State for playing in a conference whose other
tnembers pose very little obstruction along
the Buckeyes' annual dakewalk toward a BCS
berth. The Big 10 does d'eser-ve credit for
looking into an expansion that vould result in
a conference championship game and put it
up with the SEC and Big 12..There has been
talk that Texas might be one of the teams tar-
geted to join the Big 10 (which really has 11
inembers). That would immediately enhance
t~he conference's credibility. But until OSU
has to~beat someone other than Michigan
(and vice versa) for. conference bragging
rights, E'm afraid the moniker "Little 11": will


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OUTDOORS / TIDES
CROSSWORD
'AROUND T~OWN


WEDNES DAY, FEBRUARY 17. 2010
NEWS-LEADER /.FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA


DIS TRIC HEAR TBRE4K


pal by one earlier in the year. I don't
think there are as .many No. 1 seeds
with a semifinal game we were faced
with. There were just four exceptional
teams in our district this year. ~
"The semifinal is what you have to
win to advance into the tournament. 'It
had all of our, attention. I thought we
played greatt defense throughout the
game. They're a great outside shooting
team, so we held them to three three-
point baskets. I felt like it was a great
.effort and it gpt us to the final."
Both;Rilkiilt and Ferriaridiina ad- '
vaice to region. The Pirates head to
Bradford.County Thursday for a region- .
al quarterfinal matchup with the
Tornadoes. Tip-off is at ? p.m.
S"We played them earlier in the yeai
at home," Schreiber said. "We won by 13
points. But that game was played Dec. .
14, so a lot can change in two months.
We know we're going to have a tough
;e st."


had 10 points, seven rebounds, a block .
and a steal. Tai Alford (two reboundfi
and a steal), Carlos :Holcey (10
rebounds, two assists and three steals)
and Jowers (five rebounds, a block and
~an assist) had seven points apiece'.
SRibault never trailed Fernandina
Saturday night. The Trojans were up
25-16 after a quarter and 39-36 at half-
time. The Pirates ~scored just four points
in the third quarter.
Holcey steered the Pirates with a 19-
point performance. He also had three
rebounds, three assists and two steals.
Garvin and Jowers scored 15 points
apiece. Garvirt pulled down eight
boards, had an assist and two steals.
Jowers had four rebounds and an assist.
Alford and Terin Dallas scored six points
apiece. Alford. had two rebounds and
an assist and Dallas had five rebounds,
two assists and a p~air of" steals.
Rocheleau' had, five points, four
rebounds, three assists and a steal.


f


"Hopefully we can take care of busi-
ness on Thursday night and have a
chance to have some revenge next
Tuesday," Schreiber said.
If FBHS and Ribault both win Thurs-
day night~ there will be a rematch Tues-
day at Ribault.
Saturday's loss was just the Pirates'
third loss of the season and the first to
a district foe. Only Providenc~e, top-
ranked -in the state and nationally
.ranked, had beaten the Pirates.
"They' haven't lost a lot of times and
we neyer expect to lose, so it's a bit of a
shock to us," Schreiber said. "We fully
expected that we would .do what we
needed to win a district championship,
so there was a great deal of disappoint-
ment."
The P9irates trailed Episcopal 14-9
after a quarter, but rallied back to take
a 24-18 lead by halftime. .
Zach Rocheleau led the Pirates on
the scoreboard against Episcopal. He


The top seed fell Saturday night in
the. Disti-ict 3-3A championship at
Rairies. Fernandina Beach (24-3) lost to
second-seed Ribalilt 81-68. -
"It was really a disappointment be-
cause district championships aren't easy
to come by and you don't have a lot of
opportunities," said Matt Schreiber,
head boys basketball coach at Fernan-
dina Beach High Schooil. -I thought
Ribault just seemed more intense and
more focused from the, st~ar't. Anytime
we would get. any type of momentum
going, we'd do something to end it.
"Defensively, they came out and put
a lot of pressure on. They were deter-
mined not to let us get off three-point
shots. It allowed us to get the ball inside.
Patrick (Garvin)! and Sean (Jowers) had
success there."
Despite the loss, the Pirates secured
playofff berth with Friday's 45-42 win
dyer Episcopal in the semifinals..


The Fernandina Beach
High School girls softball
team defeated visiting
West Nassau 6-5 Monday.
Cailee Crane, above right,
hit the winning run. Ebony
Peterson, left, slides safely
into third base. Carrington
Fussell, above left, was on
the mound for the Indy
Pirates. FBHIS played at
University Christian
Tuesday and heads to
Stanton College
Preparatory School in
Jaicksonville tonight. They
host Baker County at 6:30
p.m. Thursday. The lady
Pirates play at Yulee on
Feb. 26 at 6 p.m.
PHOTOS BY BETHJONES
NEWS-LEADER


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qualify

for state

BETH JONES ;
`News Leader:

Yule'e High~ Schoo~l senior
grappler George Shepard suf-
fered just his second loss of .
the seasori.Saturd'ay in' the'
regional semifinal at Clay. He'
lost by two poitits lin a(tight
fight. :
"Two bad matches, alf
year not bad ,; said Brandon
Crowder, wrestling coach at
.YHS: "He fihished~ in- true:
fashlion and dlominated backi"
to- thirdj place. qualifying him
forll the stat~ finals, thp fIrst to
dol that in school history. I
1I beLeve he can beat ange
osne, so, I think he will do
fine," Crowder said.
;'Shepard, who is ~32-2 ~at
125 pounds, was the district
champion and qualified for'~
the region meet along with
seven teammates. Just two'
move on. i::
"The cherry on top was
when Jose Guilarte (27-14), a
junior 189-pounder, battled
back to take foui-th and also
qualify for state," Crowder
said.' "I believed he could
wrestle with anybody all year
and he was challenged. He
proved he could compete
with upper-level guys."
"He has one more year so
we are allvery excited about
the future," Crowder said.



"If you would have told-
-told me in my second y~ear *
as a varsity head coach we
would achieve every goalw~e
srt out for, I would -not be-
lieve it. We ended up county
champs, third in districts and
we're sending two to state."
Fernandina Beach's Tobi-
as Williams (160 pounds)
also qualified for state after
finishing third. Pit LeBrun
was a match away from qual-
ifying. at 152 pounds.
"Knowing Pit, he will put
irrthe time this offseason and
get to state his senior year,"
Coach Mark Durr said.
"Tobias gutted it out in
several tough matches' be-
tween South Walton and
West Nassau. He went last
year to` support his brother
Jack and saw what state was
all about.He truly committed
himself this year to achieve
this goal. "~


T 'ans se~t Pirates 31-68 for ditict title
BT.1 I jC)NES ~-;'" "We knew that it would be (a close Br~adforld defeated Bi~shop Snyder for had 12 pi:it o oa.n it pi
'New~s Leader game)," Schreiber said. W~e beat Episco~ its district title. assists and.two steals. Patrick Garvin


















Nassau Bridges offer easy fishing access


A series of docks located just.north-
west of the George Crady Bridge offer
excellent i-editsh, flounder and sea
trout fEishing, above. Fishing at the
Nassau Bridge, below, is populdii'
frose sniall boats. Live or deadd baits~
r. can be drifted juist off the bottom or
fished right on the bottom under
,these fishy structures. The George
.g ~l Crady fishing pier, left, offers a wide-
1211 ~variety of fishing opportuities whei
fishing on foot.


OUTDOOR BRIEFS


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ing the southern you have.
end of Amelia some 50 feet
Island to Talbot to haul up
Island may just offer some of Bi your hooked
the best all-around bridge Cih fish.
fishing the state of Florida However,
has to offer. The older bridge ~ JI some
was constructed in 1948 and I George
was retired when a modern Crady
bridge: was conlstructed in OUTDOORS Fishing Pier


Nassau Bridge was a danger'- big to net.
ous proposition for many During one past spring fish-
bridge fishermen, who had to ing season, a big run of black
keep a close eye ocut for cars drum took residents at the
using the bridge. Although bridge by surprise during the
there were two walkways flooding tide. Several drtim
one neither side' of the weighiilg from 50-70 pounds .
bridge this did not leave a were hooked by bridge fisher-
lot of room for both passing men anel~were literally walked
cats. and bridge fishermen.~ to either end of th~e bridge
SIn 1999 a new Nassau 'and landed on land.
Bridge was constructed just Fishing.from a boat is also'
east of the old one. It is com- very popular around both the .
pletely handicap accessible old and the new bridges.
and has a inuch safer walk- Fisheriden will find.a wealth
way for fishermen. T'he old of fishing opportunities while
bridge was scheduled for dis- fishing ~from a boat.
mantling and barging out to The mouth of Sawriit
sea to construct artificial Creek is located at the.south
reefs. However; local fisher- end of both the old and new
men persuaded the state of Nas~sau Bridges. Excellent
Florida to save the old Nassau sea trout and~re~dfish action ,
Bridge and use it as a fishing can be enjoyed while fishing
pier. Today the od.1 9assau utider both bridges, but the
Bridge is properly named the best fishing often comes from
George Crady Fishing Pier where the old Joyner's oyster
and is often crowded with factory was once constructed.
fishermen, particularly~ during Fishermen will find a rocky
the weekend. and oyster-laden bottom with
Jacksonville's Larenza deep sloughs running under
Mungin made one' of the. the bridge. Some of the best
more notable catches from fishing here often comes dur-
the George Crady Fishing ing the first and the last of the
Pier when he landed the all- incoming tide while drifting
tackle IGEA world record live shrimp under a float rig
"southern" flounder. His under the bridge.
record-breaking flounder' During the warm months
weighed 20.9 pounds and was of summer, tarpon often con-
caught on Dec. 23,5983. gregate and feed on big
During the warm months schools of silver mullet that.
of spring, summer and fall, are attracted to both bridges.
bridge fishermen can expect O, ne of the better tarpon holes
excellent fishing for whiting, is located at the southwest
blues, flounder, sea trout and corner of the old Nassau
redfish. Drifting a live shrimp Bridge, where a deep pass i
under a long float and deep congregates mullet during a
Just off the bottom produces the falling tide and offers a j
the best fishing results for great ambush point for tar- I
speckled trout, red drum and pon. .
flounder. Fishing on the bot- Fishing with livre or cut
tom with fresh shrimp pro- mullet right on the bottom
vides great fishing action for: works well for, tarpon. Casting s
exellentieating~ whtitingrlp i voul wa ndage minnow-type plug, like o
-bles~;blac:dtiltdnneandl adat~i- lit;he~:lopala, ander the bridge - f
ety of bottom fetdeis. ' to feeding tarpjon is'often.
Shd'epshead fishermen do breathtaking.. d
well while fishing the deep Just west of this popular I
pass ubder the draw portion tarpon hrole, a shallow grassy I
of the bridge. They fish with Shoreline holdegood num-
fiddleracrabs or barnacles bers of sea trout during a o
right next to the shell-clad flooding tide. Fishermen can i
bridge pilings. wade fish or fish from an b
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involves fishing with a live fin-
g'er mullet right on the bot-
tom using a one-ounce egg ~
sinker. The lightweight allows
the liv;e finger mullet to work
slowly along the bottom,
Where it is more likely to be
t eaten by nulfleunervsealhroutror
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Boaters havie ieasyr acdess
to the Nassau Sound and .
bridges from the Talbot
Island State Park boat rainp,
which is located just south of
Sthe old Nassau Bridge.
Fishermen can also access
both br~idges from a state-
miaintained parking lot locat-
ed at the north end of the


bridges. Howdeverthe Talbot
Island boat i-amp is the only .
public boat ramp toqa~ted
close to the Nassau Sound.
Non-Florida and Florida
residents will need to put-
chase a Florida non-resident
saltwater fishing license if
they are 1G0mider: wheno w!
fishing fromabridlges; liers~ or
land.
Look for fishiing to steadily
improve at both Nassau ~
Sound Bridges during late
February and the entire
month of March, when warm-
ing water temperatures
attract a variety of saltwater
game fish to these shell clad
bridge structures.


numbers of muolet je'gin to:
school during the last of the '
incoming tide and, as the tide
begins to fall, school aroutid
the deep sides of the many
sandbars and sloughs located
just east of both bridges. .
Wade fishing for flounder,
reds and sea trout is:ecxcellent
all year around just northwest
of the old Nassati Br~idge.
Waders will find good num-
bers' of small fingers mullet in
the shallows for cast netting.
Many waders prefer: the .
incoming tide and begin wad-
ing west along the shoreline,
where a shallow flat offers
prime feeding grounds.
One of the more proven


ng tide to produce the best
Fiction while casting led head '
igs with chartreuse, curly
plastic tails into the flooding
grass. Topwater plugs includ- '
ng the "Chug Bug" and the
Trop Dog" often attract '
trikess frofit specks weighing
vper; the five-pound mark e
r-om these flooding mar~shes.
Sea trout fishing is closed
luring the month of *
February' for Nlortheast
Florida fishermen. ,
Another popular fishing
opportunityy for boaters
nvolves following diving
,irds and casting topwater
ures for surface~feeding
,lues and jack crevalle. Good


BASS Federation, meets th'e third Thursday in
Yulee. Membership is open to anyone at least
16 years old. Call Bob Schlag at (912) 729-2282
Sor Billy Kittrell at 225-0267. *

-NSAm 2
The Nassau Sport Fishing Association
meets the second Wednesday of each month
at 7:30 p.m. and the fourth Wednesday at 7
p.rh. at the Ten Acres Kraft Athletic Club.
SMembership is open to the public. Call 261-
9481 or visit www.fishnsfa.com.

Ib DURbma let~al 74 <
The seventh annual Jacksonville Itayak
SFishing Classic, the world's largest kayak fishi-
ilig tournament, will be May 7-8 in
Jacksonville. The event offers a fun, conserve~
tion-oriented format and raises funds for chil-
dren's programs at the Down Syndrome
Association ofJacksonville, Daniel Memorial
and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation.
With more than 175 airglers already signed
up via earlyg registration, officials expect that
more than 350 kayak anglers will target red-
fish, trout and flounder in a catch-photo-
release format with more than $80,000/in


])fur tD~UMameIt
The Nassau Sport Fishing Association will
hold its 12th annual Drum Tournament March
12 through April 18. Fee is $40 per angler.
Cpan metn hn at 17 p.m. March 12 at Ten
Preregister at Leaders & Sinkers, 1006
South14th St~, or at the meeting. Eighty per-
cent of the entry fee will be paid out in prizes.
Entry fee for tour nament-within-a-tour nament
is $10.

SNort 1th St.;8 1mi 181n nP i an Takle
1925 South 14th St.; and Atlantic Seafood, 10 '
Ash St. Clill chairman Don Whitman at 321-
2800 or visit www.fishnsfa~com.

g(]gapos h e'se'OUMoRnarlt
The 10th annual El Cheapo Sheepshead
Tournament will be Feb. 27 at 7 a.m. Captain's -
meetinlg is at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26; boat number
and captain's bag pickup at 5:30 p.m. Edtry fee
is $60 per boat.


Nassau Bassmasters, associated with the .
,BASS National Federation and the Florida


prizes and gifts. Last year's event had the
world's largest attendance of 430 paddlers with
more than $75,000 in prizes and gifts.
The captain's meeting is scheduled for May
7 at Jacksonville's St. Ephrem Syriac Catholic
Church. Check-in, awards ceremonies and a
banquet are set for Mayr 8 at St. Ephrem Syriac
Catholic Church. Entry fee is $60 and includes
a captain's bag with a tournament T-shirt,
rights to fish, entry into the raffles and ban-
quet. A special VIP entry for $110 is also avail-
able that additionally includes a new technolo-
"gy, custpm-embroidered Columbia Blood and
Guts Superlight fishing shirt and a Norton
Brass Rattler Fish Grip.
Anglers will be launching and fishing at any
inshore location within Duval, Nassau, St.
Johns, Camden and Glynn counties."
Trophies, kayaks, fishing gear and gift cer-
tificates will be awarded for first place through
fourth place finishers in four open divisions
and first place through third place in the fli .
fishing division. Divisions include the redfish-,
trout-flounder slam, biggest redfish, biggest
trout, biggest flounder and the r~edfish-trout fly
slam. There are also contingency prizes,
awards for top junior angler, top lady angler,
top senior angler, a mystery fish prize, a raffle
for the Best Dang Tackle Box and raffles that
include more than $20,000 worth of kayaks,
q aenak uhl takl .an register online at
www.JacksonvilleKayakFish ingClassic.com or
can also pick up an entry form at Strike-Zone
Fishing, Black Creek Outfitters, All Wet
SSpot~ts and Gander Mountain.

~HuntNassauWVMA
Hunt the Naspau Wildlife Management
Area ill Nassau County during this hunting
season. Nassau WMA is 13,892 acres` near
Callahan. Users must have a Nassau recre-
ational use per~mit to hunt on this area. Nassau
WMA is a still-hunt ar~ea only, but hunters may
use bird dogs during the migr~ator~y bird and
Waterfowl hunting seasons.
For those willing to pay $385 to hunt the
ar~ea, Nassau WMA provides hunting.opportu-
nities during eight months of the year. Small
game season is through March 7; spring
turkey season runs from March 20 through
April 25; and trapping can be done through
March 1. Apply for a recreational use permit to
hunt on Nassau WMA at MyFWC.com. .
Recreational use permits are designed to
provide mor~e revenue to laralowners in the
~WMA system. Money set aside by the FWC to
compensate those landowners for hunting use
on their lands was not sufficient to compete
with pr-ivate hunting leases. Rather than have
WMAs drop out of the system, the FWC offers


recreational use permits. Fees collected from
these permits sup element the compensation
for private landowners, keeping their lands
open to public hunting.
Except for hunting, permit holders and
their spotises or dependent children may par-
ticipate in other activities on designated
WM~VAs. Only permit holders and one depend-
,ent child (under age -16) may hunt. If spouses
or more than one dependent child (under age
'16) wish to hunt, they must purchase a recre-,
ational use permit, which also include a man-
agement area permit when hunting public
lands not in the recreational use program.
Recreational.use permits do not apply to
other recreational use program areas..Once
,permits are issued, they can be renewed annu-
ally for two additional years, essentially mak-
ing them a three-year permit. Permit renewals
are mailed May 1: Eligible applicants have
until May 31 to renew their recreational use
permitss for the next season.
Permits are issued individually on a first-
.come, fir~st-ser~ved basis in June. Submit an
application at www.wildlifelicertse.com or take
a completed worksheet to a tax collector's
office~ or any license agent. Worksheets are
available at MyFWC.com, at FWC regional
offices and tax collectors' offices in counties.
surrounding a specific WMA.

Boat are~traineeS
Boat crew trainees ar~e being sought by'the
U.S. Coast Guar~d Auxiliary, Flotilla 14-1,
Amelia Island. Participants must be at least 17
.year~s of age and a U.S. citizen. Training con-
siss f~h -id tahnednoen- h-wtereaocr vtis
practical skills required to become a fully qual-
ified cr~ew members. Training is by qualified
Coast: Guard Auxiliar~y and active duty instruc-
tors on Coast Guard Auxiliary vessels.
Successful completion of the Boat Cr~ew
training permits the auxiliarist to crew any
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary boat within their
district and the potential to serve' on board
many different U.S. Coast Guard vessels.
Cr~ew qualified auxilharists may also advance to,
the highest on-water qualification of coxswain,
the small boat skipper.
This course includes heavy weather sea-
manship, advanced boat handling, advanced
navigation, search and rescue and advanced
towing. Successful completion of the coxswain
training permits the auxiliary member to skip -
per any U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary boat with-
in their district. Tr~aining for both the crew and
coxswain positions is free. Certain uniforms
and safety equipment: are re-quir~ed and not
reimbursed, but may be tax-deductible. Call
261-1889 or visit http://Cg'aux7-14-1.orgT.


OUTDOORS


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Accenture Match Play Championship The World Golf Championships
(WGC) Accenture Match Play
Defending: Geoff Ogilvy Championship started in 1999
Total Purse: $8,500,000 and is one of the four WGC
Yards: 7,833 events on the PGA Tour each
Par: 72year. Eligibility for this event
consists of the top 64 available players from the Offiial World Golf Ranking.
All matches leading up to the final match are 18 holes, while the final match
is 36 holes. In addition, the losers of the semifinal matches play an 18-hole
match for third place. This tournament is the only one on the PGA Tour
schedule that uses single-elidlination match play as its format. Last year,
Geoff Ogilvy won his second WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship in
the last four years to stake his claim as the best in the world' at match play,


GOLF NEWS

NHuTICallef~iatW10Mu i
The Hurricane Junior Golf
Tour stops.at the Tom Fazio
championship course at the
Amelia National Golf and
SCountry Club March 6-7~. The
Amella Island Junior Classic
will be ranked by the National
Junior Golf Scoreboard. The
top 10 finishers in each divi.
sion will receive points
towards becoli~ing the 2010
Player of the Year and earn.
ing a spot on the 2010 All-
HJGT Team. The winner in
each division will also receive
an automatic bid to the sea-
son ending Hurribane Juriior
Golf Tour Championship, .
which offers American Junior
'Golf Association exemptions,
Registratidn deadline is
Feb. 24. Entry fee' is $170
($128 sibling rate). For infor-
mation, visit wwpy~hjgt~org,
call the HJGT headquarters
at (904) 379-2697 or e-mail
.'info~hjgt~org.

'Hootesors'Itu. :
The National GolfAssocia-
tion's Hooters Professional
Golf Tottr announces the 2010
season schedule, which feai
tures 18 events and 168-playl
er fields, each with guariti-
teed $20C0,00( and $250,000
purses regardless of field
size. ;
The first evenitoli the .
schedule: is Amelia Island
March 1-7 at Amelia River
.Golf Club. The tour stops
March 8-14 in Lake Jovita at
the Lake Jovita Golf&
~:~Country Club South Courise.
T"he toui- stops in~ Hickory,'
N.C., March 22-28 at Rock
Barp. Thait is followed by the '
March 29 through April 4
event at Chattahoochee Golf
club in Gainesville, Ga.
:April events include the
April 12-18 stop lin Greenville,
N.C., (Cutter Creek Country
Club) and the April l9-25 stop
at Savannah L~akes~in McCor-
mick, S.C. May stpps include
May 10-16 at Sunset Hills
Country Club in St. Louis,
IuM9#Q,,;Mpg47,F,2 at Cherry a
Blossom in ~Lepingstai, Ky.
.The tour also includes
June 7-13 Bentonville, Ariz. .
(Lost Springs); June 14-20
Miami, Okla. (Peoria Ridge);
June 21-27 Philadelphia, Miss.
(Dancing Rabbit); July 5-11
Houston (Golferest CC); July
12-18 Victoria, Texas; Aug. 2-8
Tunica, Miss. (Tunica
Nationall; Aug. 9-15 Pine
Mountain, Ga. (Callaway
Gardens Mountain View);

(Suthr H~ils;Ag 1 Ga
Sept. 5 Augusta, Ga. (TBA);.
.Sept. 6-12 Cohilmbia, S.C.
(The Members Cltib at
Woodcreek'.


suBMvIrrED PHOTos
Members of Nasssau County Home Educa~tors spent time last week perform-
ing a group cleanup of the Yulee Sports Complex tennis courts. More than
20 volunteers of all ages, above, came out with rakes, trash bags, blowers -
and elbow grease and gave the tennis courts a cleansing facelift. "I think it
is very commendable to note ho~w involved the community is in helping to
maintain our public facility. The area now looks better than it has in a quite
a while,") Yulee Tennis Foundation Director Vishnu Maharaj said. Ali Johns
arnd Devon "Ragin' Cajun" H-ines, below left, lift: a filled garbage bag. Dick
Hoplier, below right, carries off a bag as well.


SDustin Johnson birdied the final Tournament Results
hole of the Pebble Beach Champion: Dustin Johnson
National Pr>Am on Sunday to Puriis: $1,116,000
defeat former world number T-2nd: DavidDuval &J.B. Holmes
one David Duval and J.B. Purse: $545,600
Holmes. Johnson became the 4th: Steve Miarino
iirst player in 20 years to win -Pur6: $297,600
back-to-bc Pebble Beach National ProAm titles, closing with a
2-over-par74 for aone-shotvictory. He put his approach to the final
hole into the front bunker but blasted out to just over three feet and
made a birdie putt to become the iirst player since Mark O'Meara in 1989 and
1990 to win two consecutive titles in this event Last year, Johnson's 54-hole lead
gave him Victory when rain washed out the iinal round.


STENNIS NE WS


==-*PTO Golf Weekly Uda te

Feb. 17 -21, 2010


GOLF REU ( "

FloridaJunior our b~elia National Eri M sawskki S ra~sotau e in 15
Feb8 67 159
Joey Petronio, Orld do, 773 143 Sria phln,.A ugstin~e. 82-17 160
PeterStemer .Bradenton, 7571 146 Ed Waller, Ponte Ve~dra Beach, 76-84 -

GayBuigo il ap 77 4 Gr toa PnatP dr Bea 80-81
TyoHaa Wonl Cer, na tr5 7 6 1448 Hklar Yamamoto, Vlallice; 78-83 161
Andrew Wong, Deerfield B ach, 76-73 Matt Olson, Seminate, 77-84 161
Done nio Gerniniani, Bradenton, 75-74 Anhn In Da~and 7 801 163
149n BeiPsedg ~i.Pat er ed,77 ChrisThurman, Osando,80LW-83 163
Evn Beln PoteVer Beh 767.- Chi WTepla Te u~alm,877 163
Trey Valentine, Melboume, 78-75 150 Palmer Kelly, Jacksonville, 84-79 163
Chase Koopka, West Palm Beach, 80-71 Keith Greene, DeBary, 87-78 165
- 151 Brady Hollenbacher, Feming' Island, 84-82
KentaroToyota, Lutz, 78-73 -151 ~- lee
owe iuy Ma e-tnglod 737 -11- Alex P ,PnJeanckskvillee 93-74M -67
79 152 167
Liam Snyder, Sewall's Point, 80-72 152 Chadile Stubbs, Eustis, 85-84 169
Chris Ingham, Miami, 79-74 153 Chad Gehres. Brighton, Mich., 90-80 -
Bodi Karsono, Gainesville, 78-76 154 170
Brandon Liu, Bradenton, 76-78 154 Connor Browncea, driando, 81-89 170
Bryan Lloyd, Femandina Beach, 79-75 Kenneth MacKay, Ocala, 86-85 171
154 .Bryan pdaiyar, Ocala, 83-89 --172
Davis Hall, Windermere, 81-73 154 Ryan Miller, Jacksonville, 89-84 173
Jason Zhou, Skillman, N.J. 81-73 -154 Bo Hyltin, Orlando, 88-88 176
Allik Medinis, Fort Myers, 74-81 155 Kyle Coleman, Palatka, 100-96 196
Jan Vincent Jro, Jacksonville, 77-78 Krsin d iar ls 7 14
Joshua Lee, Omange Park, 8274--156 Alexandra Milan, Lutz, 82-73 155
Kevin Jorden, Juno Beach, 77-79 156 Samantha Wagner, Glerfn~ont, 77-78 155
Thomas Stewart, Saint Augustine, 82-74 Heather Practor, Silver Springs, 79-77 -
156 156
JakSrenti a ulf ree 781 12- 157 Kaitlyn Price.,Jacksonville Beach, 81-77 -
Patrick Grahek, Alpharetta, Ga., 76-61 -- M rdison Opfer, Plant City, 84-74 158 ,
Try Rule, Palm Beach, 79-78 157 St pani uR Brd toon, 1479- 1 63
Walter Kerr, Ponte Vedra Beach, 80-77 Jacqueline Shelly, Femandina Beach, 81-
J frey Pearce, Jacksonville, 81-77 158 Kaila Tu cio, Windeanere, 83-81 164
'John Jonas, Jacksonville, 78-80 158. Callie Kitchens, Tallahassee, 84-86 170

David Varga, St. Augustine, FL60-79 Savannah Grice. Atlanta, Ga 91-85 176
159 Emily Rymer, Orlando, FL 99-93--192


BOWLING SCORES


T~he chip-and-run shot is one of the
most difficult parts of the game to
master, yet it is die' hart of our
garde that we spend the least
amount of time working on. This
nonchalant approach to the chip
shot is what se rates the cream
of the crop from the remainder of the field. Here
are a few easy steps to practice whenever you
'have that difficult. chip-and-run shot in front of
you. Narrowing your stance is the first bit of
advice. If you are a right-handed player, put more
weight on your left foot to keep the loft out of your
shot. When you are ready to take the shot, play
the ball inside your right foot,with your hands
positioned ahead of the ball. Finally, make a putt-
like motion, keeping your wrists firm and strike
the ball with a clean, crisp stroke.


Event: Accenture~ Match Play Champ.
Day [inlt .etbrik
Wed-Fri, 2/17-2/19 2:00pm-6:00psh GOLF
Sat-Sun, 2/20-2/21 10:00am-2:00pm GOLF
Sat-Sun, 2/20-2/21 2:00pm-6:00pm CBS


SDustin Johnson
a Birthdate; June 22, 1984
Birthplace: Columbia, S.C.
ROsi 0nCO' Msy le Bach S.C. ~

World Ranking: 25th
2010 Sanns $1 682 450
SPGA Tour Wins: 3


On a par 5 golf hole you score 2. What is the term
used to describe this golf feat?
a) Egle c) Alross
b) Bogey .d) Birdie
Answer: c)Albatross. The most famous albatross was made ty
Gene Sarazen in 1935, whk-h propelled him illio a tie forirst at
The Masters Tomament He won the playalf the next day.


31:


The M PS Group

Championships

seeks ball kids

and volunteers

The MPS Group Championships
returns April 3-11 to Sawgrass
Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach.
The tournament welcomes tennis and
volunteer enthusiasts to participate
in the "behind-the-scenes" action and
consider signing up as a 2010 MPS
Group Chiampionships volunteer.
Volunteers can participate in a vari-
ety of administrative and service posi-
tions such as hospitality, event access,
willcall, transportation and ushering.
Volunteers must commit to a mini-
mum of four shifts during the week,,
each of which are approximately 3-4
hours long, and must attend a one-
hour orientation March 24 or 25.
S-For more details, visit www.mps-
groupchamps.net and click on the
"Become a Volunteer" tab or call tour-
nantent volunteer coordinator Anne
Carlson .at (904)318-3393.
''Ball person tryouts and training
begin Feb. 27 from 3-5 p.m. at the
Sawgrass Racquet Park facility. Ball
person positions are available begin-
ning qualifying weekend (April 3
and 4) through April 11. Ball per-
sons are needed for both day and .
Cndidat es in:r~d must attend hd pass
a minimum of five training sessions
beginning with the Feb. 27 session.
Additional trainitig sessions will
be held from 5:3(r7 p.m. March 3, 5,
1(1i, 12/11, 19, 24, ,6, 31 ahd April 2.
STennis shoes with smooth soles I
are required (no running, walking,
aerobic, etc). Volunteers must be at
least 12 years'old and no older than
20.
'Visit the tournament web~site at
www.mpsgrotipchamps-net or call
iall person coordinator Ryan Khan
at (386)' 663-5487 or rkhan~saw-,
grasscounltryclub~coim,


WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 2010 SPORTS News-Leader


114 1 rl;r~~l~n,~Mcrn~er;Ir~E I I


I ~tI~ls:fFiirUI1


Northern Florida has con-
tinued to be sunny but cold a
Mother Nature tends to
ignore the continued request
for warmer weather. As a
result, the blitz was played
only on''last Wednesday, when
a relatively small group of 34
players decided to brave the
chilly winds and play. *
Bob Dorsey had a round
of 76, good for plus 5 points
and individual honors. Three
players tied for second and
third at plus 4 Garey Dur-
den (88)), Dave Maidd (87)
and Andy Palmisano (89)..
SWith a small turnout, the
Field was divided into three-
man teams with a tie for first
place at phis 7 between the
teams of Dorsey (plus 5),.
Hydie Peterson (78, plus 3),
Rudy Campanale (99, minus
1) and Jim McFarland (95,
plus 3), Joe Reilly (89, plus 3),
and. Larry Hutchison (88, plus
1). Third place at plits 2 went
to Freelon Pate (90, plus 3), .
Ellsworth Haley (77, plus 1)
and Rich Vredenburgh (91,
milius 2}.
Fourth place was claimed
by the-only other team finish-
Ilng in the plus column as
Durden's plus 4 was offset by
Tom Roberts (81, minis 3)
and Doug Wolfe (89, even)
and the team finished at plus
1. '
A mixrture of rain ahd cold
winds forced the' cancellation.
of the Friday blitz. .
Due to a Fernandina -. :
Beach Mein's GolfAssociation
sponsored tournament, there -
was no Saturday Morning
Breakfast mixer.
Fifty-two players turned~ :
put at 'noon Saturday to plag .
in a two-man scramble. The'
field was divided ihto two
flights each for those who
play frcom,the white tees and
those who play from the gold.
.In the first flight of th '
yjqunger players playing from
Sthe white tees, the winners
were John LaFear and Doug .
Wolfe with a net score of 64.
~Alan Boyer and Allen .
Elefterioh came mn second at
S66.
In the-second flight, Larry
Brauda and Jini Raffone cane
infi~J9rgbyqgr itec4. Th FM
wasat,4iesfagn~cond plnasztat
68 between Tim Poynter~ and
J. Hurley and Ron and Troy
Therriault.
In the gold division, the
first flight winners wtei-e Jerry
Dean and -Frank Finocchio
with.a net score of 59.There
was a tie at a distant 65 for *
secondplace between Tom
Roberts and Mike Lovejoy .
Sand Larry Luett and Larry
Hutchison.
Vreln tnhe seconddfl ght, Rich
Kegler came out on top with a
Snet 65. Second place went to
Scott Inbodeh and B. Harris
with a 69.


tion on these classes. Prices are $5 per
hour per person. These classes are all
held at the Yulee Sports Complex.
Any junior players interested in play-
ing USTA Junior Team Tennis for the
spring season should e-mail Michele
Maharaj at michelemaha@ insn.com for
details. Season matches begin in
'Febrdary.
First Coast Tennis Foundation Grand
Prix consists of tournaments monthly
for boys and girls ages 8, 10, 12 and 14.'
These tournaments are designed~to
Sintroduce novice players to tournainent
play without the stress of.UST;Atourria~
ments. To register to play, call by
Wednes-days at 5 p.mr. to compete in
SSaturday tournaments. The Feb. 20'
tournament will be held at the Florida'
SYacht Club. Call (904) 389-4281.


The MPS Group Championships
has launched a new and improved to~u- '
nament website: at www.mpsgroup
champs.nlet. The enhanced site makes it
easier to find the most up-to-date infor-
mation about this year's tournament
~Among other areas, the new site fea-
tures player rosters, volunteer and tick-
ee information, daily and match event :
schedules and live scor-ing.
The MPS Group Championships cur-
rently boasts the commitment of Ul.S.
SOpen quarterfinalist serisation Melanie
:,Oudinjandr its defending champion andir n
No. 4 in the world Caroline Wozniacki to
play iix this year's~ tournament. The MPS
Group Championships returns to the
.Fir~st Coast April 311 and features 32
singles players, 16 doubles teams and a
32 player qualifying draw. "


The tournament is owned and oper-
ated by Octagon and hosted at Sawgrass
Country Club in Ponte Vedra Beach. In
, 2010, the tournament celebrates its 31st
anniversary on Florida's First Coastt.
*2010 tennis classes are u'ider way
at the Yulee Sports Complex. Yulee
Tennis Foundation. Director Vishnu
Mahar~aj is providing the-following
schedule for junior players:
Nassau County Home Education
classes meet Mondays from 3-4 p.m.,
Tuesday fr~om 93-10a.m. and 10-11 a.m.,
Th~:~usrsaysf from 10-11ta.m. INGHEI. ;
.moms meect Tlhur-sdays from 1 11a.ny, to ~
noon. Junior beginners meetrtiesd~ays
andi Thur~sdays from 3-4 p.m. Middle
and high school juniors meet Tuesdays
and Th~ursdays from 4-5 p.m. and 5-6
p.rh. Call Maharuaj for further informa- -


Through Feb. 14, 2010
Rank & Player
1) Dustin Johnson
2) Steve Stricker ;
3) Bill Haas
4) Ryan Palmer
5) Ben*Crane
6) Geoff Ogilvy
7) J.B. Holmes
8) Matt Klichar .
9) Robert Allenby


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527
517
500
449
446
410


Tiger Woods did not meet the deadline for entering the Match Play Championship this '~- Feb. 30, 195 Mike Souchak eamed his place in
week in Arizona, the toumament where he made his comeback a year ago from knee the PGA Tour record book when he won the Texas
surgery. Woods announced Dec. 11 that he was stepping away from golf as he tries toOpen in near-fr~eezing temperaturesat Brackenridge
gglvage his marriage after confessing to infidelity. It will be only the second time Woods \~-Y-Park in San Antonio with a record total of 257. This
has missed the Match Play Championship, which he has won three times. He was among record stood until 2001 when Mark Calcavecchia
several top players who did not compete in Australia in 2001. Except for a photo last month shot 256 at the Phoenix Open. Souchak's first round
that appeared to be Woods outside a sexual addiction clinic in Mississippi, he has not been seen since 60 tied the 18-hole record. This record was finally
the middle-of-the-night car accident Nov. 27 outside his Florida home that set in motion a stunning chain broken in.19TI by Al Gelberger's 59. Souchak's first
of tabloid headlines that led to Woods admitting to extramarital affairs. Accenture, the title sponsor of the round also included a record breaking 27 on the
toumament, was the first company to end its corporate endorsement of Woods. back nine holes.
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YULEE
High scratch game male
Paul Ladd, 206, Saturday Morning
Youth; Ronald Thrift, 210, Holy
Bowlers; Walt Romedy, 297, Monday
Nnte Mix
High scratch game female
karoe murt ny, 21717,LM yk P kM kes
Lillie Jenkins, 212, Holy Bowlers;
Harley Romedy, 212, Saturday Youth
High scratch series male
Trae Norman, 498, Saturday Momning
Yuth; Jim Mckel, 59M nol Bowlers;x
High scratch series female


Dru Gazelle, 622, Monday Nnte Mix;
Terrl Jogns, 545, Lady Pinknockers;
Emlnen Fe ge, 522 H IrdBowl s

200 bowlers
Jeff Burr, 201; Jim Mickel, 206; Ronald
Thrift, 202, Holy Bowlers; Leanne
Rhoden, 217; Steve Deese, 207;
. Wayne pavis, 215; Howard Jordan,
25;Mlehso n, 2157;Bdrici aeat,
215; Robert Crowley, 227; Christopher
Massie, 256; Mike Mitchell, 202;
Wayne DeRossett, 206; VIkky
Remedy, 277;Hank Garza, 202; Joe
Grd, Gale, 2s4M;Ro ,oe 248,
Monday Nite Mix.


CLEAN COURTS


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' ~SPORTS SHORTS .


._
RECREATION ROUNDUP,~


The blessings continue for
the Family Driven Softball
League. In 2007, a vision was
born to create an activity
where families could go and
experience wholesome clean
fun without the negative influ-
ence of the world. The vision
became a reality in 2009 as
members from five different
churches competed on a
1960s throwback softball
Field. The Family Driven
Softball league was born.
In only their second year
of existence, the FDSL has
Almost tripled in size. Fifteen
teams invade what is now
called "The PDSL Field" on
Old Nassauville Road every -
Saturday, with games starting
at 9 a.ni. and running the
entire day. -,
This past Saturday;games
were canceled for the first
time in league history due to
extreme weather conditions.
The result was countless e-
Smails to league president
Ernie Stuckey, asking the
decision to be revrers~ed.cThe
reason, according to the
Boa'rd.'of Directors~~is, despite
the adverse jvieather condi-
.tions, people are~having fun:.
When attending a day at
the FDSL field, you! get the .
immediate feeling yoti have
Stepped back in titny to a
more innocent era, where:
folks are friendly and greet
you with a smile. When work '
began on the field back in
August 2008,.one` man (a
member of Celebjration,
Baptist Church)' earned the
- nickname "Angel in the `
Outfield" as he would show
up out of the blue and. apply
Shis professional touch to an :
. Otherwise less-thain-desirable
field. In time, officials from
Springhill Baptist Church .
eventually caught up to him


LEGAL NOTLICES


]e- *\~~~L I

r ~ *CPLIICITL V


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2010 SPORTS News-Leader


to thank him for his tireless
efforts. That man was asked
to serve on the first-ever .
Board of Directors and is
none other than current vice
president Chris Spivey.
Spivey, who is an avid
hunter, kept trying to take his
Shunting dogs to the-woods
and would instead find him-
self driving his lawn equip-
ment to the ball field. Another
member from Celebration
would show up as early as 6
a~m. on his days off and.cut
the grass on his 42-i'nch :
craftsman lawn mower. This
undertaking would last up to
three hours each time.
Herman Cook was also asked
to serve on the first-ever '
FDSL board and threw out
the opening day game ball for
2010.
Other stories include the
couritless hours of tilling for
a new infield in sweltering
heat by John Gulbreth, not to '
mention personally purchas- '
ing the lime for the field for
the entire 2009 season ~
because he kitew the league ~
had no funds to purchase
such items. ~
There are the many jobs .
performed by Tex Davis, who
somehow could,-amoihg other
things, install a sprinkler sys-
tem tinder budget and for~a
fraction of the cost it would
have normally been.
These are just a few names
Sof many who have made this
league possible for others to
enjojr and to have fellowship
with~ other churches. Earlier
last week the Family Driven
Softball League received yet ~
another blessing from
Springhill Baptist Church..
SSpringhill, which happens to
h e the owner of the ballfield
which the FDSL currently
uses, will now allow the


and Thursday nights at the Ybor Alvarez com-
plex on Bailey Road. -
SRegister through March 12 at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center. Fee is $45 fo~r city
residents, $54 non-city, with a $5 discount for
Each additional sibling. Tryouts will be March
16 and draft is March 18. Practices begin
March 22. Season starts April 12. The league
will follow the 201'0 Babe Ruth Rule Book.
Volunteer coaches and umpires are need-
ed. Contact Jay at 277-7350 or e-rriall him at
.jrobertson@fbfl org.


%Bak t Ru08 rel~t
Fernandina Beach Babe Ruth is accepting
registration online for girls and boys ages 8-
15interested in playing baseball for the spring
season. Register online at www.Ieaguelin -
Sup.com/fernandina.
A mandatory coaches clinic will be' at 9
a.m. Feb. 20. Team coordinator meeting will
be held the week of Feb. 22 for all age levels.
Practice begins the week of Feb. 22.
Opening day for.T-ball and rookie teams is
March' 6. Opening day for minor, major and
senior teams is March 20. For infdkmation on
the softball program, call 277-7350.


SpecialOlympics Feh26
-Special' Olyrrpics Nassau County games
11l be held at F madia Beach High School
wti l0 a.m. Feb. 26 The managemerit team is
Working hard to ensu.rathis will be a great
event for athletes with disabilities from all over
Nassau County. Most of thie eligible athletes
in all Nassau county schools have been
enrolled, but there are independent athletes .
that are not part of school programs the team
would like to reach out to. -..
Anyone interested in participating in the .
Feb. 26 track and field events should contact
Chrk~ Hendrix at chrishen@nassauc.ki 2.fl.us
or call 491-9930. To volunteer for the games,
contact Winnie Hunter at 491-9931. Those ,
interested in enrolling~ a rfewr athlete or
becoming part of the team, ~call McBrearty at -
491-0369 or e-mail jandemcb@aol.com.


Bad Bowlers Idague
SBad Bowlers League is at 6:30 p.m:
Tuesday, starting March 3, at Strikers Family
Bowling Center in Yulee. Call 225-1077.


Women's bowling toumamenlt
The River City Women's Handicap
Bowling Toumament will be' held at Strikers
Family Bowling Center in Yulee March 13-14. .
Call 225-1077 for information or to sign up.


walk~run under the lights s
Amelia Island' Runners sponsors a weekly
community run and walk under the lights at
the Femandina Beach High School track from
61-7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to
everyone and free water and Gatorade will be
provided. Runners and walkers can partici-
pate at theirown pace, individually or with AIR
members and friends. The track is inside the
football stadium at 435 Citroria Di-ive.
The lighted track runs are being offered in
cooperation with the Nassau County school
system as a service to runners and walkers in
this area. Amelia Island Runners is paying for
electricity use and related costs.
Track runs are planned roughly once a -
week,'depending on availability. Dates will be
posted on the~club's website, www.Amelia
IslandRunners.com. AIR members provide .
training tips for beginners. Participate with
partners or' individually. Call 277-8365..


league to clear more property
in order to build a second
field to accommodate the rap-
idly growing league.
There are currently 15
teams competing and two
additional churches have
Already contacted the league
president inquiring about par-
ticipating in 2011. The FDSL
had originally considered pur-
chasing lights for the current
field, but the $87,000 price tag
would have not been possible.
SWhen Mike Darby and Jake
Mottayaw (members of the
SSpringhill Men's Ministry)
suggested a second field, it
'was a blessing because a sec-
Sond field vriould be a fraction
of theacost. Playing games on
Saturday would continue to
allow families to gather with-
Out the burden of week night
games o6n children's school
days.
The leagtie~ already has a:
second scoreboard donated
Sin 2009. The second score-
board was to be a parts
r epilacementfor the currently
Installed sc~orebehrd on the
SFDSL field, but now the
:vision is clear why they were
'asked to take two score-
boards instead of just one,
Just last week, additional
bleachers werpe donated to
Accommodate a second field.
SA member foni Yulee Baptist
Church has offered to clear
the land at no cost.
SThis Saturday, the FDSL
teams will play at the Ybor
Alvarez field in Fernandina
Beach and host a barbecue
fundraiser in an attempt to
raise money to help build the
second FDSLfield. The din-
ners are just $ 7 and will be
sold between 11 a~m. and 2
p.m.
For information, contact
Stuckey at 261-6083.


*Register for the 35 and
up basketball league through
March 5 at the Atlantic Center.
Format is 4-oh-4 short court '
with eight-person roster limit.
Eight-game season, Thurs-
days at Peck Gym, beginning ,
March f~l. Fee is $100, due
March 5. Contact Jay at 277-
'~7350 or jrobertson @fbfl.org.
*Adult softball registration
is opell through F~ebe22at~the
Atlantic Center. Competitive
coed and r-ecreational coecl
(Monday and Wednesday
nights) and men's league, -
(Tuesdays) are offered C~oed
team fee is $400 (1 2-game -
regular season and double-
elimination tournament), due :
Feb. 22. Men's league team
fee is $350 (10-game regular
season and double-elimina-
tion toumarnent), due F~b.. 22.
Captain's' meeting for all .


The city of. Fernandina)
Beach Recreation Depart-
ment (city website www.fbfl. .-
us) offers the following:
*Adult volleyball is from 7-
9 p.m. Tuesday and Fridays
at Peck Gym. Cost is $2 per
day for city residents ($5 non-
city). ..
*Peck Gym weight room is
open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
. Monday through Friday and :
from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Satur-
days and Sundays. Cost is $3'
a day or $25 a month for city
residents ($30 non-city).
Personal training is available.
Fee is $30 per session, $75
pet week (three sessions) or
$200 a month (two sessions
Super week for four weeks).
Monthly packages come with
dietary analysis and food pro-
gram. Call Jay at 277-7364 for
an introductory appointment.


leagues is Feb. 25 at 6:30
p~m. Season begins March 8 .
fotrcoed and March 9 for
men's league. Call Jason at
'277-7256 or e-mail
jbrown@fbfl.org.
S. *Register for girls.softball
through March 12 at the
Atlantic Center. Open to-ages
8-15 (as of Dec. 31, 2009).
Divisions are 15-, 12- and 10-
~ and-under (machine pitch forrma
10U). Travel may; be r-equlred.
local games pjlayeid Ybor
Alvarez fields on Bailey Road
Monday aiid Thursdays. Fee
is $45 for city residents, $54
non-city,' $5 discount for sib-
lings. Tryouts are March 16,
draft is March 18, practices
begin March 22 and season
begins April 12. Volunteers
umpires needed. Call Jay at
277-7350, ext. 2013, or e-mail
jrobert~son@fbfl.org.


Dated Feb. 17, 2010.
- JOHN A. CRAWFORD `
Clerk of the Court ~
By: /s/ C. Easterwood
Deputy Clerk
2t 02-10-17-2010
8411
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR NASSAU
SCOUNIY
CASE NO: 09-CA-690 .
JP MORGAN CHASE BANK,
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS
PURCHASER OF THE LOANS
AND OTHER ASSETS OF WASH-
INGTON MUTUAL BANK. FOR-
MERLY KNOWN AS WASHING-
TON MUTUAL BANKFA,
Plaintiff,
VS.
JACK ANDERS, et. al.
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated Feb. 4,
2010,and entered inCase No.
09-CA690, of the CircuitCourt
of the Fourth~ Judclal Circuit
in and for NASSAU County,
Florida, wherein JP MORGAN
CHASE BANK, NqTIONALASSO-
CIATION, AS PURCHASER OF
THE LOANSAND OTHER ASSETS
OF WASHINGTON MUTUAL
BANK FORMERLY KNOWN AS
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK,
FA, is a Plaintiff and JACK
ANDERS; CONNIE M ANDERS:
UINKNOWNTENANT #1 ore the
Defendants.John A. Crawford
as The Clerk of the Circuit
Court will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash of
Noassu County Judicid Annex,
76347 Veterans Way. Yulee, FI
S32097, at 1 1:30 a.m. on April 5,
2010, the following described .
property~as set forth in said
: Final Judgment, to wit:
EXHIBIT "A"
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE,
PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND
SITUATE, LIVING AND BEING IN
TI-IE COUNTY OF NASSAU AND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA, BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY I;E-
SCRIBED AS FOU.OWS:
ALLTHAT CERTAIN PIECE OR
PARCEL OF LAND, LYING AND
BEING A PORTION OF SECTION
4. TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH. RANGE
23 EAST, NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA, AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
FOR A POINT OF REFER-
ENCE, COMMENCE AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SEC-
TION 4, AFOREMENTIONED:
~'THENCE NORTH 0048'47"WEST,
ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID
SECTION, Al DISTANCE OF
1120.04 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT ON THE NORTHER-
LY RIGHT OF WAY OF STATE
ROAD 2 (HAVING A 120 FOOT
RIGHT OF WAY); THENCE CON-
TINUE NORTH 0048'47" WEST,
ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID
SECTION, A DISTANCE OF
1612.19 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT AND THE POINT


'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 09-CA.000567
DIVISION: A
HEYWARD CANTRELL as
Receiver of Holland/Zell
Development, LLC, a Forida,
limited liability company
Plaintiff,
vs. -
ADRIAN S. CAIN, an Individ-
ual, SUMTER PENDERGAST,
also kriown as SUMTER M.
PENDERGAST,.dn Individual '
UNKNOWN; SPOUSE OF ADRIr '
AN S. CAIN, FIRST COAST
COMMUNITY BANK, a.Rorida
corporation, and UNKNOWN ~
TENANT In POSSESSION
Defendant. .
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
PURSUANT TO SECTION
45.031(1) OF THE FLORIDA
STATUTES '
,TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to the Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure entered
on 29 Jan., 2010, in Case No.
2009-CA-000567 of the circuit
Court of the Fourth Judicial
Circuit. for Nassau County,
Florida, in which HEYWARD
CANjTRELL, as Receiver of
Holland/Zell Development,
LLC, a Florida limited liability
company, is plaintiff and ADRI-
AN S. CAIN, an individual,
SUMTER PENDERGAST, also
*known as SUMTER M. PENDER-
GAST, an Individual UNKNjOWN
SPOUSE OF ADRIAN S. CAIN,
FIRST COAST COMMUNITY
BANK, a Florida corporation,
and UNKNOWN TENANT In
POSSESSION, are defendants, .
I, John A. Crowford, will sell at
public sale the real property:
Tract 7 of YULEE SOUTH,
according to the plot thereof
as rincorded in Plat Book 5,
Page 224, of the Public
Records of Nassau County,
Florida.
The sale will be held on 3
March, 2010, at 11:30 am on
the sale date to the highest
and best bidder for cash, at
the front- entrance of the
Judicial Annex, 76347 Vete-
ran's Way in Yulee, Nassau
County, Roorida~in accordnee
with Section 45.031 of the
Florida Statutes.
ANY PERSON CLAIMINGAN
INTERESTIN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE UIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act
of 1990 (ADA), disabled per-
sons who. because of their dis-
abilities. need special accom-
modation to pertcpateIn this
proceeding should contact
the ADA Coordinator at 416
CENTER STREET, FERNANDINA
BEACH. FL 32034 or Telephone
Voice/TDD (904) 321-5700 not
later than five business days
prior to such proceeding.


OF BEGINNING;
THENCE CONTINUE NORTH
(PA8'47"WESTALONG THEAS EAT
UINE OF SAID SECTION, A DIS-
TANCE OF 389.44' FEET TO AN
IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH
89oD2'55"WEStADI51ANCE OF
41 7.42 FEET TO AN IRON ROD:
THENCE NORTH Ood8'A7"WEST,
A DISTANCE OF 208.71 FEET TO ~
AN IRON ROD: THENCE SOUTH
890d2'55" WEST, A DISTANCE OF
310.86 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT; THENCE SOUIH
0"47'47' EAST, A DISTANCE OF
598.16 FEET TO A CONCRETE
MONUMENT THENCE NORTH
89"42'55" EAST.A DISTANCE OF
728.28 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
SAID PARCEL BEING SVB-
JECT TO A 40 FOOT EASEMENT
FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS, 40
FEET WEST OF AND ADJACENT
TO THE EAST LINE.
ALSO AND TOGETHER WITH
A 40 FOOT EASEMENT FOR
INGRESS AND EGRESS LIVING
40 FEET WEST OFTHE FOLLOW- ~
'ING DESCRIBED LINE: FOR A
POINT OF REFERENCE, COM-
MENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST
CORNER OF SECTION 4TOWN-
SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 23 EASF,
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA;
THENCE NORTH Ood8'47" WEST,
ALONG THE EAST LINE OF SAID
SECTION, AFOREMENTIONED,
A DISTANCE OF 1120.04 FEET
TO A CONCRETE MONUMENT '
ON THE NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
WAY OF STATE ROAD 2 (HAV-
ING A 120 FOOT RIGHT OF .
WAY) AND THE POINT OF
BEGINNING; THENCE CONTIN-
UE NORTH 0048'47" WEST,
ALONG SAID EAST UNE, A DIS-
TANCE OF 2688.84 FEET TO THE
POINT OF TERMINATION.
Any person claiming 'an
Interest in the surplus from the
sale. If any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must fle q
claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Dated this 4 day of Feb.,
2010. -
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
As Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Amanda Stearn
As Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANTM
In accordance with the
Americcns with Disabilitiles Act,
persons needng a reasonable .
accommodation to partici-
pate In this proceeding should;
no later than seven (7) days
prior, contact the Clerk of the
Court's disability coordinator
at 9046302564, 330 E BAY ST,
JACKSONVILLE FL 32202. If
hearing impaired, contact
(TDD) 8009558771 via Florida
Relay System.
Ben-Ezra & Katz, PA.
Attorneys for Plaintiff -
2901 Stirling Road. Sulte 300 -
Fort Lauderdale. Florida
33312
Telephone: (305) 770-41 00
Fax: (305) 653-2329
2t 02-17-24-2010
8405


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2009-CA-000609
DIVISION: A
BRANCH BANKING AND
TRUST COMPANY, a North
Carolina corporation,
Plaintift.
vs.
AMERICAN HOME BUILDERS,
INC., a Florida corporallon, "
M. CRAIG SCOTT, JR., on Indi-
vidual, DQNALD W. HAUL JR., -
an individual, BUILDEIS FIRST-
SOURCE-FLORIDA. L, UCa
Delaware Ilmlted Ilabllity
company, UNITED SUBCON-
TRACTORS, INC., a Utah cor-
p~orailon, doing business as
FIRST CHOICE SUPPLY
MCGOWAN'S HEATING & AIR
CONDIflONING, INC., a
Florida corporation, CRE-
ATVE DESIGN PAVERS, INC. a
Florida corporation. ALLSTATE
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS,
INC., a Florida corporation.
WOODSMAN KITCHENsa 8
FLOORS, INC., a Florida cor-
poration, ST.JOHNS FOREST
`MASTER PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION. INC., a not-for-
profit Florida corporation .
HIDDEN LAKEflOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION OF JACK-
SONVILlE, INC., a Florida non-
profit corporallon, AMELIA
NATIONAL PROPERTY OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a
Florlda non-profit corpora-
tion, ROSES BLUFF HOME-
OWNERS' ASSOCIATION, INC.,
SFlorlda non-profit corpold-
flon TIDEWATER PROPERTY
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION, INC., a Florida non-
profit corporation. WESTPORT
VILLAGES PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC., a Rlodda
non-profit corporaoon ~
AUSTIN PARK HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida
non-profit corporallon, SAINT
JOHNS SIX MILE CREEK
NORTH PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida
non-profit corporation,
MURABELLA OWNERS' ASSO-
CIATION, INC., a Florida non-
profit corporation, FIRST
COAST GRANITE & MARBLE,
INC., a Florlda corporation
FIRST COAST SUPPLY, INC., a
R~orida corporation
Defendants.
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
PURSUANT TO SECTION
45.031(1)OF THE FLORIDA
STATUTES
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that
pursuant to the Flnal Judg-
ment of Foreclosure entered
on Feb. 11, 201Q, in Case No.
2009-CA-000609 of the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Judicial
Circuit for Duval county,
Florida, in whlch BRANCH
BANKING AND TRUST COMPA-
NY Is plaintiff, and AMERICAN
HOMEBUILDERS, INC.. is defen-
dantl, Jim Fuller. will sell at pub-
lic sale the real property as
'shown on Exhibit A:


EXHIBIT A
Nassau County: ,
Lots 1, 3, IS 71, 73, 81, 1013,
112, 17, 121, 123, 125, 151, 153,
155 and 159.AMELIA NATION-
AL UITI ONE according to plot
thereof as recorded in Plat
Book 7,Pages 48 through 71, of
the public records of Nassau
County, Rorida.
Lots 181, 206, 250, 252, 284,
288, 290, 296,31 1, 313,317, 321, -
323 and 335, AMELIA NATION-
AL UNIT ONE-B, according to
plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 7, Pages 191 through
200, of the public records of
Nassau county, Rorida.
Lot 38, 62, and 63, ROSE'S'
BLUFF SUBDIVIION, according
to plat thereof as recorded In
Plat Book7,page 110and114,
of the public records of
Nassau County, Florlda.
Duval County:
Lots4.40,46,52.55and238
TIDEWATER UNIT ONE, accord-
ing to plot thereof as recorded
In Plot Book 57, pages 90. 90A
through 90K of the current
public. records of Duval
County, Rorida.
Lots 20, 48, 84, 102, 198, 170
and 182 VILLAGES OF WEST-
PORT PHASE i, according to
plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 60, pages 101 -
through 115 of the current
public records of Duval
County, Florida.
Lots 119, 121, and 123, HID-
DEN LAKE ESTATES -PHASE 2,
according to plat thereof as
recorded In Plat Book 57,
pages 82, 82A through 82L of
the current plublic records of
Duval County, Florida.
St. Johns County:
Lots 1, 2,34. 49,10, 11,12, 13.
22 23. 24, 25, 162, 163, 166, 170,
171, 17Z 174, 175. 176, 177 and
178, AUSTIN PARK AT NOCATEE
PHASE ONE, according to plot
thereof as-recorded in Map
Book 59, pages d4 through 60
of the public records of St.
Johns County. Florida.
Lots 8. 13. 60 and 87, SAINT
JOHNS SIX MILE CREEK NORTH
UNIT 6 PARCELS 27, 28, 29 AND
31, according to plat thereof
as recorded In Map Book 54
pages 35 through 42 of the
public records of St. Johns
County, Rorida.
Lots 41.42, 102,116, 17, 118
and 119,ST.JOHNS FORESf, UNIT
SFOUR, according to plot
thereof as recorded In Map
Book 62, Pages 1 through 12.
inclusive, of the public records
of St. Johns County. Florlda.
Lots AS6, 459. 460, 462 cind
463, MURABELLA UNIT THREE,
according to plat thereof as
recorded in Map Book 57,
Pages 94 through 109, of the
public records of St. Johns
county, Florlda.
The sale will be held on
March 23 2010, commencing
of 11:00 a.m., to the highest
and best bidder for cash,
online via the Real
Auction/Duval County web-
site (https://www.duval .real-


forecdose.com), in accor-
a dance withSection 45.031 of
the Rlorida Statutes.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS
MUST FILE A CIAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
In accordance with the
Amerismns with Disabllties Act,
persdns needing special
accommodation to partici-
pole Inihis proceeding should
contact the Indlvldual or
agency sending notice not
Iater than seven (7 days prlor
to the proceeding at the
address given or the notice,
Telephone: 904-630-2564 1-
800-955-8771 (IDD) or 1-800-
955-8770 (v) via Florida Relay
Service.
Dated Feb. 11, 2010.
Jllvl FULLER .
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Jana Lovelady
Deputy Clerk
21 02-10-17-2010
8413
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR NASSAU COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 09-CA-944
GREENTREE SERVICING,I.LC.,
Plaintiff,
vs.
THE ESTATE OF JOHN~ R. ELLIS, ~
deceased, and the unknown
spouses, heirs, devisees,
grantees, assignees, credl-
tors,trustees, successors In
Interest or other parties ,
claiming by, through, under .
or against JOHN R. EIS:
RICHARD E. MILLER: BRENDA
L MILLER; JOHN DOE and
JANE DOE, Unkn~own
Tenant(s). *
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
TO F.S. CHAPTER 45
NOTICE IS GIVEN that pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure, dated 4 Feb.,
2010, In the~ above-styled
cause, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
the ma 1l entrance of the
Nassau County Judclal Annex
76347 Veterans Way. Yulee,
Florida at 1 1:30 a.m. on th~e 10
day of March, 2010, the fol-
lowlng described red and per-
sonal property:
A part of Section 1,
Township 1 North, Range 24
East, Nassau County, Florida


Sand being more particularly
described as follows:
Commence at the NWcor-
ner of Section 1, Township 1
North, Range 24 East, Nassau
County, Florida. Thence North.
87 degrees dl'O9"East.along
ibe North line of saldSection 1,
30.04 feettothe Easterly right
of-woy line of Sandyford Road
(a 60 foot right-of-way);
thence South 00 degrees 45'
34" West, along said Easterly
right-of-way Ilne, 1.21 feet.to
.an angle polnt In sdd right-of-
way Ilne; thence South 00
degrees 46' 14" East, continu-
Ing along sold Easterly right-
of-way Ilne ll101.89 feetto the
point of beginning. Thence
continueSouth00 degrees 46'
14' East, cilong said Easterly
rightrof-way line 140 feet;
thence North 87 degrees 41'
09" East 311.26 feet; thence
North 00 degrees 46'I1d"West
j140 feet; thence South 87
degrees 41' 09" West 311.26
feet to the pobt of beginning,
.Together with that certain
manufactured home more
speclflcolly described as:
S2000, Waverly Crest (28 x
48) with Serial .Number
FLFU(70A/B27445WC21
Any person claiming an
SInterest In the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the .
property ownerasof heddate
of-the Ils pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
Dated this 5 day of Feb.,
2010,. .
John A. C~rawford
Clerk of Court
By: /s/ C. Easterwood .
Deputy Clerk
2t 02-17-24-2010 -
8409
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
SFLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION -
DIVISION
CASE NO: 45-2008-CA-
000344-
GMAC MORTGAGE,. LC
PLAINTIFF
VS. .
HAROLD S. ESCOTY BRIGETTE
ESCOTT: ANY AND ALL UN-
KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(3)
WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS


SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISSEES,
GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIM-
ANTS; MEADOWFIELD OWN-
ERS ASSOCIATION. INrC.;
HOME EQUITY OF AMERICA,
INC.; JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANT(S)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Rina
Judgment of *Foreciosure
dated 9 Feb.,P2910, entered in
Civil Case No. 45-2008-CA-
000344 of the Circuit Court of
the (ITH Judldcia Circuit In and
for NASSAU County, YULEE,
Florida ) will sell to the tiighest
and best biddeir for cash of
NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAI YULEE.
FL- 32097 at the ,NASSAU
County Courthouse located
at 76347 VETERANS WAY In
YULEE, Florida, at 11:30a.m.on
the 24 day March, 2010, the
following described property
as set forth In said Summary
Rnal Judgment, to-wlt:
LOTS6, MEADOWFIELD UNIT
THREE, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 321, 322,
AND 323, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TYI FLORIEA.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from the
sales, If any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the ls pendens, must ille a
clam within 60 days after tip
sale.
Dated this 10 day of Feb.,
2010.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circujit court
By: /s/ C:~Easterwood
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF AVID
J. STERN, RA., ATTORNEY FOR
PIAINTIFF
900 South Pine Island Road
Suite doo
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
(954) 233-8000
08-55401 (GMAP)
IN ACCORdANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABIUTIES
ACT, persons with disabilities
needing a special accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the NASSAU County Court-
house at 904-548-4600, 1-800-
955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800-955-
8770, vla Rlorida Relay Service.
2t 02-17-24-2010
8414


Second field for growing FDSL


T OutforIthe M a i~
The Jacksonville Sharks of the Arena
Football 1 leg~gue will hold a second open try-
out for prospective players Fe~b. 28. The try-
outs will begin at 8 a.m. and continue through
the day until all players have been evaluated
thoroughly by Head Coach Les Moss and the
Sharks coaching staff.
The tryouts will be a combination. of drills,
including the 40-yard dash, 20-yard shuttle
and various position-specific drills. The coach-
ing staff will be evaluating each potential
Shark during the exercises. The open tryout is
for any person who still has a drearn of lading
up their pads and winning a championship.
The try outs will be held at Plantation Park,
3060 Racetrack Road, St. Johns. Registration
will begin at 8 a.m. with the combine starting
Iat 9 a.m. The coaching staff will remain uintil
Small players have been evaluated.
Bring a completed tryout packet found
at jaxsharks.com to.the tryout along with
$80 cash or money order (no checks or credit
cards). If you have tried out previously for the
Sharks, the fee is reduced to $60.
There will be no need for pads or helmets
as most drills will be non-conitact. Bring both
cleats and turf or running shoes, as the tryout
will be held on field turf. Bring plenty of water
to stay hydrated.
Watch the Sharks rip into the Orlando
Predators as toe meets leather for the (pome
opener April 16. Season tickets for: the inau-
gural season are now available for as low as
$45 T r s~e e seats or for.information, call




The Amelia~ Island Sailing Club' meets the
first Tuesday at the Kraft Athletic C~liab. Social
hour at 6:30 p.m; greeting at 7:30 p~ni. Qall -
''Commodore Charlie Steinkamp, 261-521 3,~ or
visit www.ameliaislandsailing.org.



The first Regional Petanque Tourrarnent
'will be held W~arctr 27 orrseven courts at the
South end of the mariha, downtown
F~'ernndina ~Beach. Registratiohr is limited to
14 teams of three players eacI). Tearns can
be arranged for single players. 1.
Registration is $10 per player to be distrib-
uted in~ prize money. Morh~ing coffee and
donuts are included. The public is welcome.
There will be demonstration for those who
want to learn the garise. Register at petan-
queamerica@gmail.com or call 491 -1190.


'Yuleedittid8agUCoppningday
Yulee Little League will hold its opening
Ceremonies March 6 beginning at 9 a.m. -
:There will be "bouncies" for the young ones, a
SDJ for the ones who want to "boogey" and
barbecue dinners for the hungry, ones. The
season is dedicated to the memory of Ronnie
Sites, a rinanager, coach, dad and friend.

~was

Yules Pop Warner's board will meet at 7
p.m. Fetb 25 at the Yulee Sports Complex~on
Goodbread Road.


Sign uforDsofth~all up . .
The city oifFemandina Beach will sponsor
a youth softball league for ages 8-15 (as~ of
Dec. 31) with three divisions available (15-,
12- and 10-and-under) with machine pitch for
10-anid-under. Copy of birth certificate -
required. Local games will be played Monday









WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 17. 2010 / NEWIS-LEADER



LEGAL NOTICES


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vCewed nr ea hts/pr DEGREES 19'30" WEST A DIS- U..BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
Th mitings) mdcom.Toii otain TANCE OF 299.08 FEET TO THE NATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
Infrma tion ton~s hotoin andl NORTHERLY UNE TOF-A LOT 0 O STRUCTURED ASSETINVEST-
aview fo permtfo aplcton file AN UECOUYRDED PLA MEN MENT LOAN TRUST, 2006-BN3
dosrcuet oias, go0 to m th EP'TIOEABt THENCE SOUTH Is aERE Plaintift n ICALE
tead in E-ermitin and celic 82. DEGREES48'3"EAS A DIS-AC FMCALE KNIGHT; JENNIFERLKNHT
onata FAQ iand then -29 folo he TNC O 457 FEET : U THENCE NRH L NGT UNKNOWN TENANT#1
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Ranepor (TSR) oure o hther aplia THEC SOTH8 DEGREES as20 NTheClek of theRB Circu
tinfles do ta pcfcmt. 12'10e WEAST A DISTANCE OF Court will sell to thena hudghest
eTher decision onStadrd 107.7 FEET:;U THENCE SOUTH 13 nd boeclstr bdatde fobr cash
Get neord atndi Sandard pemt DEGREES 19'30" EAST A DIS- Nassau Cou ntye Judcial nex
appliceatos will be made at TANCE OF 329.16 FEET : THENC 7634 Veterans9 Way Yh Cuise
theDisrct's Servie en~ter. PNOTH 82 DEGREESNG 12'10 32097, afth 11:30 a m..on arc
wheredly the aplication is WESTE ADISTAC OF 107NNNG.77 ru 82i0,thefollwn describe
cessed unlessthe applicatin* FeT THENCE SOTN OUTH 13 poperty, Fias shetorthin' Usai
vIs pgaed tonl an Individualr DEGREES 19'30" EAST A DIS- Final JdmntAtIOA Sowit
- pemit ang explindcob obelow. TANCE OF 135.14 FEET TO THE TO A RSEXHIBIT"A E
sustntral betion o wto fn an SOUTHERLY LINE OF LOT 41 OF ALLCTE ofSE taceain lot-
,vStandrdi Ge'erlorstcoderdl AN UNRECORDED PLAT MEN- piece Lor parcel of lBnd stu
pouermts appiction mutbe HL TIONED ABOVE: THENCEII I ae Plyingif and bIHein inte
made in w-Prmiting and filewith NOTH8 DEGREES 35'10" CouADI nIGTyofENassaua ndGHTa o
receivedd y then Dieor of WEST AITANCE OF 14 6.95 Florid andNC beingW furAther
- agemeintP Broxie 142, Plat NING. TODGRETER WI0ETH AN 0 A otinoftheENasT 12 of
kaw Rorind a, 3217-1429 ora by FOOT ASCEMENT514FE DSRBDte eNorthest 1/4.and a por-
Re-mai~lSR arth applicationsup- AS OU.OWS: REERENES to ofthe Wlest./ of the ict
plortlesjwmdncom, withi 14'0 POINT BEIN THEPONT OF Nourtheast 1/4 of Shection 23
ethe he Permisihot Appliatio POINT E THENCE SOUTH 813 Beng bth lnds neded In csh
Gnumerd ord Sthe a ProetNmein DEGREES 35'10" EAST A DIS- deedo recrdeJd Ini ih ne pbx
the iobetion. Notification of TANCE OF 2146.9 FEET; THENCE reco etrds o said Count, in
Sthe applricatio s erither Cthe NORTH 13 DEGREES 19'30" Official Recor B~.ook 35 age
fifh d ate the dpliateon po WEST A DISTANCE OF 135.14 55,and aportion of the landse
whch sdnlthe wrptennoice isn FEET: THENCE SOUTH 82 inpetendeclineedreordedin si
de posited nthe U.S mail (forl DEGREES 12'10" EAST A DIS- Ofical Rugeor Book6 Page
pemthos e persons whow reev TANCE OF 107.77 FEET TO THE 42, ubIc rcods f a

acrmtuaiatic byn USmalthbe, POINTD OFBOEGINI THENCE Countlyi and being morte pr
mdayte inowtice isd rniled (for. NORTH 81 DEGREES 1'3'0" Cuticlry described tas folos
thoe ersonsd wyho Dreceiveo WEST A DISTANCE OF 2146.9 Ford an point of referec
Ruactu y Infotieb matil), the- FEET;T THENC SOUNTH 82 DE- comencie a: a ocrt
datee the nOot Is2 publshe NNGES.12'10EATAD IST ANC m0Apotonmnt ocathed at the
min the nesaper if actlnual OF2.1 FEET TO: THENE WET- Softhea Wst crne of the
nortice is not provlde by U.S T ERLERG HT-F-A UONE OF Northeast 1/4 of Section 23
mall or emifall). Af "sbtana ABOE MENTINO LNED COUN TYaoremnthiponed; and run
objhectlon Pemetansla wittn RPOAD; THENCE SOUTH 11 Soungthe 87 dees 47ee minue
statmbenoth directed to the DEGREES 35'20" EAST ALN 40S sed econddsi Wes aulbngth
t objectior, conernsio ydoloi TANCE OF 314.73 FEET; THENCE 1/4a disa of 1040.5 feent
ore apicvironmenta eim-act of NORTH 82 DEGREES 12'10' toopintwh ersddBooutherlyg
fithe proposted h dactiv and WEST A DISTANCE OF 23514 93 line .intrsects wit the ad
relate toe appicaben rule rl- FEET T THEPONT F EGN S ouH82 ithwe i ese rlyrghofde w ine
teroia.d A time subst anial NIN DG.THE 1'0 CENTE UNEI OFofstiat eoadBo.S-108(al00
tolde btlons 1h rl ealife hU ASEMENT 077 EE1 THUS DESCIE footrigh-f-a runrd thence
n Stcoadlenoiertor.Stmdad th BEING O THEDIVIING; LINCE BE ovti ffg begines2 intjuesp
to permitappliationto e n TWEEN LOSTS0ANDEO 4216 O r 4 seoinsWet aong saidnc
siderd an apic eatio for an ABOET MHENTOED SUNR 2E- right of way a distnce of
Idvdual erlt the Doieispbisidc CORDED.2 PI. AST. 51.4 fiTN o eet to ane Iro pipefo
rntenewvs a telyi susantual Any person clamin an TH ET the Pt'oint of Beinig Fo
object ion fom you,,ten byo intres EL.InH-FA the surl frm he the Poit 14of Begtinnng th
weil oreev writ.A sjtennotice of OV sply, NE ifUM an, thr ha te esribdcontned aNorth
thje Dtrict' s Itnded drteci propet owEner asOT of thet da degrees 23 minutes 5sc
slonoen th piermte aplction o the 1ERES13 pendensT must fil a conds West along sad iht-f
Plese note that idectisios clai wAith 60H-O-A days afe the wathry a itnce of 253.3 foteest

on Individual permity applca Wsale toITNE F24 in ~Intronpe;t runh thenc
reions will be madle rther by DaETe thi 4H dayN of Feb.,- South 6 erestel 21gh mfainues
the Drict s Exmecy ubsative Dctr 01. 15E CNE I O steRonds We.st a disanc
or designee (for those appli- JOHN A.CR40AWFOD 41 of 46.5 feo et t an Ion paipe
sdr a plcations whic ar ecm AsOV ClerkOEDUR- i of the Cor run thence Sot 9 ere
Idvda emt the Districts Governin Board As.4 Deput Clr isac of 5640 fiet to th
fr thovse appiml cabtions wich IMyPerORTcAimNT n Point of Beginning. Fo
cre ectommndedo for, denial). tees In acorane wls rmthhe t SubecPit tof aloegnna hts,
tions youiv are dised t noti-e o persof ns, nehedn tan reobe reservation olf rec ord, if n
tythe District' within 14 days- of acctommod ation toe partici Bengre lax Pactel #23-2--
sinontif prilapication of the apila pt nhiproenedsms il n Ws ong should 000-000 00
ionas) if oe thave quecsions, noa widrthan seen(7 days afe Any perisonc cofmn an.3 fe
objectiions, comments orinfor- ro, otatth leko the Intes irn thpe: urlusro thenc
mtion wl remarding there aciiy Cout's disability coriaor sale, Ift ay otegree thamn the
proposiged Ino the per appli- atH 90CAWOD f46302564 33 A po erty owaneiraof thpe d
cation. wIf h yo ake ritenm JA CKSONILL FL322 f of Cut u the lspnden moust illde a
rhequestrit' othe Dsric o dd-hing imrd AD paiyCred otc li wisthnc o 640 day ater the
(frtionealinforationregaringa (FDD)AN 80095877 va Rorida sale
specInificu permit applicatin Rmelayn Systh ~aite c etitos em. Dnd h s 4 ayofFe.
you will bae provided aon oppo- Bed-yraon &d Katz PeAoal 2010.in o ecrifa
htuifcty on obtf the avaiabl pAttorneyis fror Plintif JOHN A. CRAWFORD~i
tInformatyon. Plase quslnnoteta 20 tirlinsvng Road, Sut 0 As Clerkof the Court
fbeciing a wri ents objctin does for cnat Ldedae, Florid By: /s/ iTeracy Pooh srelsfo
not onent iit yuto heaptvter 33312iablt codia AsalI Depuy, Cerk ta h
120, Foridai Staues admin pis- Telepone:3025)770-10 IMP SpopryOwnrTANofThed
trative f o hearing Fax:tt (305)NLL 653-2329 I A In accodance wsth thle
Noicet tof ItenedDsrc (proac- 2?ain 02-17-24-2010 ac Amrclanwithi Days ablfesrct,
posed) District Dec sion wlll be 8406 persons needingareasonable.
y wl provided topesns whor haeh-r -- accmmdaio to. patic
reuesty for otIndi vdal notic Wewilsell for otherwlse dis- no latr tan evn 7day
inof IntendPed prpsed Dstrit poeo thet 0 corlntet ofa Suthe p0 rior contc the Clerk fth
Deision on rthen applcation foll owin Lunerts t o saisf the y Cortsl disabiy oordiao
must be rieevd byu toaC ther deliquen stoa Ilelace at906026, 3 EBY T
Ditrict'se Diectrig of the Division i9n accordance with the sae JCSNIL L 20.
daeth otice of Intended General 0-Househod Good Rmeliay Sytem.~ltis
poposed) Distrct Decision wIsb 1086 Rap rw enso-Ezr &edn Katz reAso
generated. Generalo Hoseol Goods Attornes o Pation tiffrt
roert Peste, Direvdalntcte.A 1135Sco M Itchel 2901 Sntiring Roaedn Sulte30
Diviesto fof Regviual nor c We Genel Hosehold Goodhwse Fior Lauderdtal ee, Forlday
ofinomtionde Manasedlment psae wil bhe condutedt o ath 33312otctte lr o
St. John reciver Wate A~eeiAce stow--aye Stor age, aTepoe (04 3026) 770 -4100S
Managemen Disetoricfth 463915stacorate Road 20,Vle, Fax: (305)NILL 653-329 0.
It 02-17-2010 frmtio o Florlda 3297atut 130:00 am ain on 02-17-24-2010
8417 metprort Fhebru9aroyn 26 01Oendro door~ 8407 9571vi lr
FOUTH JUDCIA CIRCUIT OF 225-1940. Teelhius sale isopeod Notice ys hereygita
FLrORIsdDAiNtic AD FO NSSA h pbion Ms18 ap rw ezarc 8Kth, 200,at:0
COUNTYed 21nra 02-10-17-2010d AtM.orny latr U-Sidltoet#23
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JPisoo MReGANao CHS BANKIN THouEhl CICI OURT Flori aueda te, uderignd, U
iNfrATIONA MASSCATIONn FORHJUIILCICI, N Sbe-t2 will selldute at Public
F/K/Ahn WAvSHIGO MUTUAL IA SE O.:1-CA-117 intorage. uni ontinhouse-05 7010
BANK FAn DIVIct 4395SION: RAd holdues tems unless otherw3 s
Pintff RUSSELL.ACREE mend 307a 1:0amo toed heretofoe store
ROSEAI CLEGHORN, et. vs.0 2pndor 800
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4520-A000733-AXXX-YX, Defndats FsnNOTiCaBah.E OF PULCSL
NTof A the CATO cici orto h OUTH ICA OF ACUT ION A1As-l To2wing giesl not Pico


Fourth Judicial Circuit In and TO: HENRY'S TACKLE, LLC foreclosure Ilen and intent to
for NASSAU County, Florida. SOHAIL ABDULLA I sell vehicles, pursuant to sub-
wherein JP MORGAN CHASE AYESHA CHOWAN section 713.78 of the Florida
BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION WHY PAY MORE, LLC Statutes, on 03/03/2010, at
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO .Addresses Unkn~own 10:00am at 86196 Overstreet
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK Youaore notilled that Action Ln., Yulee, FL A1A Towing
F/K/A WASHINGTON MUTUAL for Declaratory Judgment has reserves the Flght to accept
BANK FA, Is a Piaintiff and been filed against you, and or reject any and all bids.
ROSEMARIE CLEGHORN: UN- you are required to serve a 1995 Chevrolet Vin#
KNOWN TENANT #1; UN- copy of your written defens- IGNCSl3W78K213426
KNOWN TENANT #2 are the es, if any, to it on CLYDE W. 1995 FordVln#
Defendants. John A. Crawtord DAVIS. Attorney for Plaintiff. IFALP40478F262381
as The Clerk of the Circuit whose address Is 960185 2002 DodgeVln#
Court will sell to the highest Gateway Bouleverd.Suite 104 IB4GP25382B541603
and best bidder for cash at Fernandina Beach. Rlorida It 02-17-2010
Nassau Cototy Judldd Annex, 32034, on or before March 19, 8410
76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, FI 2010, the date of first publica- --
32097. at 11:30 a.m. on March
8,2010.the following described NOWS-Leader L~egal
property as set forth in said
Final Judgment, to wit: DO Od lfl Is at
EXHIBIT"A Noorl FridayS.
THAT PORTION OF SECTION


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CLERK'S NOTICEA OFCUT SAL plaint orQ pedtition illd hrneyn Ing merateioal; allfunitures 14e Any financin o dmmi- recordin ths matdt b ear.
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76347 Vetern wayE Yulee, L NORT7, iaHord FLRIDAy INC.; nurane and. orcondemndation Bl ip: OAmn d teestsdec ofE BlackDNG vs. MA
32097 STat 1:0om, orIN sonD Flold corporation;0 LW roeed aspti provide in thsRokRad etenMaa SL REC NEECHIDSM THE
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As Cler ofSA Cour STT ~FURVEOR OFIA FLORCIDA, .N tall cotats orin leases, wr ittn prsatt Section 28.1 (F),I JANEI DOE, Ulnknong a Z
BY: /s/, Amnda.Stearn INC. FloridaSA corporTioY or soranxrs tor imped, noowe ofo NThCe ostuioo aEB 20,400 Tenants) m cniu erg
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POOLE &A POOLRPE. PA. I copa BUILDESFIST-f heated Cator sscrt the imroemnt, eidtioal Mobie Home dais- TOAR OF .S.CAPTER 45
Attoreys for Plinif SORD AI-FURIBNCE-LRIA LLC, a for ue operratine sfale conver- tr aict~dro -asu~ut NFOTICEI DE tau-
PostGED OfficeD Box S 1280 ign Imteiabiit cop- inour other. dispiione ofny Th Cmis apsaion is failed by: suant toanOde scdu-
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CASE frn nrNO:45-2009- FOTAEVICS, INC., a Florida tacts proertatning to minte a theri Sth~t adres applicable toTRSrac 1. lckN 8C, Yle
000418h JdalAne corporation' A/CCNCLEPTS ncocdgeon-sistteseurtyserie the appcation arole avilal Woods0 Secition3,acodig
COUN VterYnWIDEHOMEs FLON NR FOIAINC. oii croatin en~levr mitnnce land-cnento at O the rowth Mangeen to platk thro asrerd n
PLAINTIF at F13 ~. rso ldoid corporation: FERU projet managoiemein ti m r- Nassau PlaeYuee, FLra 32097,of theN PubIc eods of
VS.eftro h 3r d o SUPYONETRPORAISENC., /a ktig~lasig, als n j ni h or (0441-32.an Indiviadual U ONasa CPounty ROFrid
BOBBY D01.OGLESBY, ET ALLY Flrd copoaton i TRUE toi evie Borrower's rInh tler whoe cannotattn the pubE ToeherM with tht eta
JOH DEENANT(S). HOUSE IN.,a Rorid corpo ests asd ifeesse in equipmeant lic heriting may Aprovid wlt maHTn:fcue Jhom more a
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whose R reosdec non WLL IN.,a Florida corpo-d sibliy tuton otat or docn, nay atru-sube bt toi RoidasPbi ae fayte hn the (RH OIEO AEPRUN
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known defiennt who may0 TRUSSimiES UNUMITED NC., a- Ifaions or telaisotion tof n th Im- i conducatedas Qus fl-Jdcal cialm wthn slxty (60) edays
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crdior, rutesan al ar IC. a Rorida corporation;TINT agre Ipoements dvrisingie con- 2 du akct a a od qus-udicia 200 doe 9Jn,21,I
2tie claiming21 anitrstb AETERIOR LUS, INC, a Florid i- tracets and purha nse orders, hearing.297 Any questo as t Jbohn A.e crawford wl e
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know tobedeCAd oIRCU live option; JARVISARINTNC. paagraph are oncalldedo t he ment bicIsinteretedpetl es Dneputy34 Cl terk n W
and dlparishavin CorN claim- CO INC., a Flord oprtorid "Cot react Rihtes in tis Mort- prshoulad lmt b cnacte ith 2t~e 02-10-17-20110 amo
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scNribedSDCTO inte otgg bigLADES UVEING;, T~lraCBCON boun hld by any ofcud Borowe's ount Commisoers on the~is NolOTICE OFcre PUBLI HARNG
foredosed hereiin. STRUCIO CEAIRN U ER- obing, ihu nations underaio any ope of the topic tosoa properlyntce u-CIYCMMSIN
VOUARE HEREB NOTIFIED- T VIERIE, INC. Flord oorrda- fora egon otracisito lessend lic thearn ore towlitben com CTYac OF FERNNDIN BEAC Yu
that 1 anacio t frelqe t on RS ACHOICEStPPLV, until Bank ielecurtysee toe assme muication ncare of thabe NOTICE ISeto HEEB GIVEdN
Cmortgage Hon t olowing INC.n/k/ FINALLY GoprtONE any aof suc cntnancts0 leasd- a Growth Management Deat- that a ulHeo in is sechred- i
proerty-"ISING, 1!.OETI EGS NC., a Flrdacr es ing weriing s, muligorCfient 96161 Nsau 66 Place uedor Tuaesday arch 24,200
TRACTFF 18,id NSAltAE p oroation: AHVABN, 6 AllU prighct, title and, intrest sa la Yulee FL 32097 aft 6:0 PM in the cit com-
UNTFVE NATIONA ANERSESOCIAONC, a ofetng Boroering sand all trade Peron with 4172 Idisaiities re mssi ouny Chambrs 04Ash
J.MY OGILV~BIE HOETEADLOT~ tlond SUNRUSrTio BANK, aGeo service mrs, tradwemrks, iw worder oto patcpteind this pro- Floridato conide the follow-
ALO EING LOT 4 OF PARTE giaC bakn associda tion, goodi and lslogaIns emnow orc gramor macviy should cont- iang oplcatird on: m
NOFTHE WILLAM GIBON Defendnt~) herACSNIE eafter, useldin connectonmu tanct hent Gowthi Mcdogemen ORDciINANCE 2010-07e o
GRANST I CTION 37,TOWN- NOTCE dbOUF JDCIALSALED BY wloith theomput~eration of the Deatmenlto (904)491-739,De 28o AN ORINNC OF THE
SHIP NORTH, RANGLEB 25 EAST THE CLETRKCIN Mortgaed' Prope frntyall, Flord Rea evcm (180 ialY COMMISIO OF67 THE ITY
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PAE/sete 32 OFvg THE PBIC enterdon: JcL Trxiary29, 200i h mrvments ; anyldn ohtcuand RTE PUBsLIC, ISae INIEDOBE SCT.07 .0 ACRONYMS on s t de
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IRON PliPEn ON iTHEEASTERLY sepIROs ofUS th. Nasu Count thet Land, tuhe Imrovemens, MISSIONg WITH RuESPCT TO ANY ICALL AMEDN THE LAND
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THEM SID SETOUTHERL IHTOW-NTC OF 317 CALAL oftePbicRpso wtar)o the Lpeatind, Appur pten-t COUNTY FLORIDA EXISTING CODE TOF BTTE
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30'53'30" WEST, 61.5 FEET FROM owned by the Mortgagor and ance policies now or hereafter application for Rezoning No. EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE
THE BEGINNING OF SAID located in, on or used or Issued by any governmental R10-001, at the Commission APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.
CURVE; THENCE NORTH intended to be used in con- authority in connection with Chambers. James S. Page Coples of the applications
21009'30" EAST, 168.2 FEET TO nection with the acquisition, the planning, development, Complex locallon concerning may be inspected inthe office
AN IRON PIPE AND CONTINU- development, construction construction, use, occupancy the following described prop- of the City Clerk, City Hall, 204
ING 47.0 FEET, MORE OR LESS, and operation of the Land or operation of the Land and erty in Nassau County: Ash Street, between the hours
TO THE RUN OF FUNK CREEK: and/or the. Improvements, Improvements; Location for the above of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday
THENCE D6WN SAID CREEK IN Including all extensions, addl- 1 1. All Judgments. awards described property Is: Being through Friday. For information
A SOUTIHERLY DIRECTION. 220.0 tions, improvements, better- or damages and settlements 1.10 acres lying on the south on the application, please
FEET. MORE OR LESS. TO A ments, renewals, proceeds hereclfter made resulting from side of Sadler Road between contact the Staff of the City
POINT THAT BEARS NORTH and replacements to any of conderfination proceeds or Ryan Road and Amelia Clerk s Officeoft 277-7305,
44*05'30" EAST, FROM THE the foregoing, and any war- the taking of the fixtures and Landing access. It 02-17-2010
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE ranties or service contracts personal property above de- R10-001 proposes to rezone 8412
SOUTH 44.05'30" WEST, 130.0 relating to the foregoing; the scribed and/or the Improve- 1.10 acres from Residential-- --
FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO AN foregoing includes: all goods ments now or hereafter locat- Single Family 2 (RS-2) to LEGAL NOTICE
IRON, AND CONTINUING 255.4 ,and Inventory, all heating, ah ed on the Land, under the Commercial General (CG). The St. Johns River Water
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LEGAL NOTICES


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2010 / NEWS-LEADER


bB


County, Florida 3209j. The
names and addresses of the
Personal Representative and
the Personal Representative's
attomneyIs set forth below.
AIl persons ore required to
fle with the clerk of this court,
. WITHIN THREE CALENDAR
MONTHS OF THE FIRST PUBLI-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE all
claims against the estate in
the form and manner pre-
scribed by Section 733.703 of
the Rorlda Statutes and Rule
4.590 of The Florlda Rules of
Probate and Guardianship
Procedure.
ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
Publication of this Notice
has begun on Feb. 10,2010,
Willlam E. Doyle. Esquire
2121 Corporate Square
Boulevard, Sulte 124
Jacksonville, Florida 32216
(904)720-0506
(904) 720-0344 facsimile
Attorney for Personal
Representative
Karen D. Zobel, Personal
Representative
45155 Stratton Road
Callahan, Forida 3201 1
2? 02-10-17-2010
8382

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 45-2008-C'A-
S 000724 '
DIVISION A
BANK OF AMERICA, NATION- *
AL ASSOCIATION,
Plaintiff,
vs. .
DANIEL FTWATIS, et al,
Defendant(s),
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursualt to a Flnal Judgment
of Mortgage` Foreclosure
dated January 29, 2010 and
entered In Cate No. 45-200&-
CA400724 of the Circuit Court
of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit
In and for NASSAU county,
Rlorida wherein BANK OF
AMERICA. NATIONALASSOCI-
ATION, Is the Plaintiff and
DANIEL RWATTS, WEY FARGO
BANK N.A.; CARTESIAN POINTE
PROPERTVOWNERSASSOCIA-
TION, INC.; are the Defen-
danis, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
NASSAU JL)DICIAL ANNEX
76347 VETERAN'S WAY, YUL.EE,
FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the 4
dayof Mach,2010,thefolow-
ing described property as set
forth In sad Flndl Judg-ment-
LOT 21 OF ( ARTESIAN
POINTE UNIT 1, ACCORDING
TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PI.AT BOOK 6,
PAGES. 345 THROUGH 349,
INCLUSIVE, OF THE CURRENT
PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA.
A/K/A 86092 AUGUSTUS
4VENUE, YULEE, FL 32097
Any person cladming on
interest 10 the surplus from the
sdle, If any, other than the
property owners of the date
of the IUs Pendens must fille a
claim within sixty (60) days
after the sdle.
WITNESS MY HlAND and the
seal of this Court on 29
January, 2010. .
John A.Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By ~/s/ C. Easterwood
Deputy Clerk
R Forida Defadt Law/ Group,
P--L ----- -
PO. Box 25018
Tamrpa Florldo33622-6018
F08094235 NMNC-C6IN-
Americans with Disabilities
Act .,
if you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
paticipate in tHs proceeding,
you are entited, at no cost to
you~tothe proviion ofcertln
assistance please contact the
circuit cortat(9042) 321-6709.
2( 02-10-17-2010
8386 1

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
FILE NO.: 45-2010-CP-9
DMVSION: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF: -
MARGARET JEAN STEWART
BIRD,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of MARGARET JEAN
STEWART BIRD, whose date of
death wuas August 24, 2009, Is
pending in the Clrcuit Court
for Nassau County, Rlorida,
Probate Division, the address
of which is 76347 Veterans
WaI. Yulee, FL 32097. The
names and addresses of the
personal 'representative and
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dentand other persons having
oldims or demands against
deeeden's estate on whom a
copy of this notice has been
served must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION QF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
AII other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
Ing ddms or demands agdnst
the decedent's estate must
fle their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WI~l. BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVEANY CLAIM FIL.EDTWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of frst publication
of this Notice Is February 10,
2010. .
Attorney for Personal
Representative: *
H. Price Poole, Jr., of
POOLE & POOLE. RA. -
Florida Bar No.157654
303 Centre Street, Suite 200
Post Office Box 1280
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
Telephone: (904) 261-0742
Personal Representative:
SUSAN K. BIRD
Post Office Box 265 .


Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
2t 02-10-17-2010 8391

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
FILE NO,: 45-2010-CP-10
DIVISION: A
IN RE: ESTATE OF:
JAMES MATTHEW BIRD, JR.,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of JAMES MATTHEW
BIRD, JR.. whose date of death
was December 27. 2009, is
pending in the Circuit Court
for Nassau county. Florida,
Probate Divislon, the address
of which Is 76347 Veterans
Way, Yulee, FL 32097. The
names and addresses of the


personal representative and
the personal representative's
offorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dentandk~other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent s estate on whom a
copy of this notice has been
served must file their claims
with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PVUBLCA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
AII other creditors of the
decadent and persons hav-
ing Cddms or demands agdnst
the decedent's estate must
fl~e their claims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE RIRST.PUBl-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVEANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
~ The date of first pubicallon '
of this Notice Is Feb. 10. 2010.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
H. Price Poole, Jr., of
POOLE &( POOLE, RA.
Florida Bar No. 157654
303 Centre street, Suite 200
Post Office Box 1280
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
Telephone: (904) 261-0742
Personal Representative:
SUSAN K. BIRD
Post Office Box 266
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
2t 02-10-17-2010
8392

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE *
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
SCASE NO: 45-2008-CA->
000196 ,
SCITIMORTGAGEINC. .
PLAINTIFF
VS.
MELANIE ArNNE KNIGHT; UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF MELANIE
ANNE KNIGHT IFANY- ANY '
AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UN-
DER, AND AGAINST THE HERE-
.IN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
FENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN T BE DEAD OR AUVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN
INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS,
DEVISEES, GRANTEES OR .
OTHER CLAIMANTS; PAGE ,
HIU. OWNERS ASSOCIATION,
INC.; MORTGAGE ELECTRON-
IG REGISTRATION SYSTEMS,
INC.:13ENEFICIAL FLORIDA,
INC.; JOHN DOE AND JANE
DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANT(S)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
S SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuantto an Order Granting
the Motion to Reset Forecio-
sure Sale dated January 29,
2010 entered In Civil Case No.
45-2008-CA3(00196 of the Cir-
cuit Court of the 4TH Judicial
Circuit in and for NASSAU
~CountyVULEEFlorida ,1wili sell
to the highest and best bid-
der for cash at NASSAU JUDI-
CIAL ANNEX at the blASSAU
County Courthouse.76347 VET-
-ERANS WAY, YULEE, Florida;-at
11:30a.m.on the d dayMarch
2010, the following'described
property as set forth In said
Summary Final Judgment, to-
wit'
LOT 12, PAGE HILL UNIT 2,
ACCORDING TO, THE PLAT
THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 318 AND
319,PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
Any person clalmlng ah
SInterest In the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the
property owner asof the date
of the lis pendens, must file a
claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Dated this 3 day of
February, 2010. ~
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
SClerk of the Circuit court
By: /s/ Tracy Foore
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WIfH DISABILITIES
ACT, persons with disabilities
Needing a specila accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the NASSAU County Court-
house at NONE, 1-800-9565771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, vla
Florida Relay Serylce.
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J.
SSTERN, RA.
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND
ROAD SUITE 400 -
PLANTATION, FL 33324-3920
(954) 233-8000
08-40732 (FNM) ,
2t 02-10-17-2010
8389

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4THJUDICIALCIRCUITIN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
GENERAL JURISDICTION
DIVISION
CASE NO: 45-2008-CA-
000270-AXXX-YX
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
FOR FIRST FRANKLIN MORT-
SGAGE LOAN TRUST2006-FF17
PLAINTIFF,
VS.
ANGELA HERNANDEZA/K/A'
ANGELA N. HERNANDEZ: UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF ANGELA
HERNANDEZ A/K/A ANGELA
N. HERNANDEZ, IF ANY; ANY
ANDAI.L UNKNOWN PARTIES
CLAIMING THROUGH, UN-
DER, AN\D AGAINST THE HERE-
IN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DE-
FENDANT(3) WHO ARE NOT
KNOWN T BE DEAD OR ALIVE,
WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN
PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTE-
REST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVI-
SEES, GRANTEES OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC.; JOHN DOE
AND JANE DOE AS UN-'
KNOWN TENANTS IN POSSES-
SION ,
DEFENDANTS)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Granting
the Motion to Reset Foreclo-
sure Sale dated January 29,
2010 entered in Civil Case No.


45-2008-CA-000270-AXXX-YX
of the Circult court of the 4TH
Judicial Circult in and for NAS-
SAU County.Vulee. Florida I will
sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at Nassau
Judicial Annex of the NASSAU
County Courthouse located
at 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee,
Florida, at 11:30 a.m.0on the 4
day March. 2010, the follow-
Ing described property as set
forth In said Summary Final
Judgment, to-wit:
ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT,
PIECE OR PARCEL OF LAND SIT-
UATE, LIVING AND BEING IN THE
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH
(FORMALLY NAMED FERNAN-
DINA). COUNTY OF NASSAU
AND STATE OF FLORIDA, AND


FURTHER KNOWN AS DE-
SCRIBED OFTHE OFFICIALPFLAT
OF SAID CITY (AS LITHO-
GRAPHED AND ISSUED BY THE
FLORIDA RAILROAD COMPA-
NY IN 1857 AND ENLARGED,
REVISED AND REISSUED BY THE
FLORIDA TOWN IMPROVEMENT
COMPANY IN 1887 AND 1901:
AS:
THE SOUTH 10 FEET OF LOT 3
AND THE NORTH 20 FEET OF
LOT 4 IN BLOCK 241. CITY OF
FERNANDINA BEACH.
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the lis pendens. must file a
claim within 60 days after the
sale. .
Dated this 3 day of
February, 2010.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Clerk of the Clrcuit Court .
By: /s/ Tracy/ Poore
Deputy Clerk
IN ACCORDANCE WIfH THE
AMERICANS WilH DISABILUTIES
ACT, persons with disabilities
Needing a special accom-
modation should contact
COURT ADMINISTRATION, at
the NASSAU County Court-
house atNONE. 1-800-958771
(TDD) or 1-800-955-8770, via
Florida Relay Service.
LAW OFFICES OF DAVID J,
STERN, PA.
900 SOUTH PINE ISLAND
ROAD SUITE 400 s
PLAlilTATION, FL 33324-3920
(954) 233-8000
08-42827 (ASCF)
21. 0210 i:" '-00

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. .
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 20(( -CA-670
DIVISION: A
BRANCH BANrKING AND
TRUST
COMPANY, a N~orth Carolina
corporation,
Plalntifff,
vs.
AMERICAN HOMEBUIltDERS
INC., q Florida corporation
ROSES BLUFF HOMEOWNERS'
ASSOCIATION, INC., a Rooridca
non-proflt corporation
Defendants.
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE *
PURSUANT TO SECTION -
45.031(1) OF THE FLORIDA
STATUTES
TO WHOM BfMAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that
pursuant to the Final Judg-
ment of Foredlosure entered
on 4 February, 2010, in Case
No. 2009-CA-000670 of the
Circuilt court of thei'Fourth
Judicial Circult for Nassau
County, Florlda.. in which
BRANCH BANKING AND TRrST
COMPANY a North Carolina
corporation, is plaintiff, and
AMERICAN HOMEBUILDERS,
INC., a Florida corporation,
and ROSES BLUFF HOMEOWN-
ERS' ASSOCIATION, INC., a
Florida non-profit corporation,
are defendants, 1, John A.
Crawlford, wil sell atpublic sde
the realproperty described in
Exhlblt A:
EXHIBIT A
~A portion of Section 37,
Township 3 North, Range 27
East and a portion of Section
42, Township 3 North, Range
28 East Noasau County, Rarida
Sold portions being more
particularly described as fol-
lows: For a point of refererdee
commence at a point where
the centerline of the Lofton-
Chester Road (a 66:0 foot
R/W) Intersects with the cen-
terline of Roses Bluff Road (a
66.0 foot R/W) and run North .
.76011'west along the center-
lne of Roses Bluff Road afore-
mentloned a distance of
241.23feetto the beglnning of
a curve concave to the
Southerly, having a radius of
5,729.65 feet; run thence In a
Westerly direction along the
arc of sold curve and contin-
ulng along said centerline an
arc distance of 180.0 feet to
the point of tongency (the
aforesad are hasa chord dis
tanceof 179.99 feet thtnbeas
North 76905' West); run thence
North~ 76"59' West continuing
along said centerline, a dis-
tance of 1,441.78 feet; run
thence North P0)1'03" West, a
distance of 34.02 feet to an
iron pin set on the Northerly
right-of-way line of said Road
for the polnt of beginning,
From the point of begin-
ning thus described continue
North l*01'03"West,a distane
of 3.43 feet to a concrete
monument; run thence South
89.54' 10" East, a distance of
329.58 feet to on Iron pin, run
thence North I3.36'O2" East,
a distance of 1,389.77 feet to
an old shot gun barrel: run
thence North 21*03'04" East,
a distance of 183.47 feet to a
concrete monument; run
thence Norfhs31.58'35" West,~a
distance of 235.90 feet to a
concrete monument; run
thence North 5'36'23" West, a
distance of 186.35 feet to a
concrete monument; run
hencee North 20047'26" West, a
distance of 172.58' feet to a
concrete monument; run
thence North 53.17'l8" West,a
/distance of 105.90 feet to 'a
concrete monument located
on the division line of the
uplands and marshlands of
Mills Creek, sold monument
being designated as point"A"
in this description. Return to
the point of beginning and run
North 76*59' West along the
Northerly right-of-way I~ne of
Roses Bluff Road oforemen-
floned, a distance of 890.91
feet to the beginning of a
curve concave to the Soumhe-
ly, having a radius of 1,179.28
feet; run thence In a Westerly
direction dang the arc of sdd
curve and continuing dlong
said right-of-way, a chord dist-
tancee of 16.12 feet to an Iron
pln set In the center of the run
of Mills Creek (the bearing of
the aforementioned chord
being North 76*36'30" West);
run thence In a Northerly,
Westerly and Northerly direc-
tion along the center of said
run, a distance of 500.0 feet
more or less to a point where
said run intersects with the
marshlands of Mills Creek
aforementioned; run thence
'in a Northeasterly direction
along said marshlands, a dis-
tance of 2,375.0 feet more or
less to polnt "A" aforemen-
tloned for the closing point.
LESS AND EXCEPT:


Lots 38. 49, 51, 83 54 55, 62.
and 63 and Tract "L" (Uft Sta-
tion). ROSE'S BLUFF SUBDIVI-
SION, according to the map or
plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 7. Page(s) 110, 111,
112, 113. and 114. Public Re-
cords of Nassau County
Florida. '
SThe sale will be held on
March 17. 2010, at 11:30 am
on the sale date to the Nghest
and best bidder for cash, at
the front entrance of the Judl-
clal Annex, 76347 Veteran's
Way in Yulee, Nassau County,
Florida, In accordance with
Section 45.031 of the Florida
Statutes,
AFN PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM


THE SALE, IF ANYF OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LISPENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYSAFTER THE SALE.
In accordance with the
Americm~s with Disabilities Act
of l 990 (ADA), disabled per-
sons who, because of thelr ds-
abilities, need specid accom-
modation to participate In this
proceeding should contact
the ADA Coordinator at 416
CENTER STREET, FERNANDINA
BEACH, FL32034or Telephone
VolceffDD (904) 321-5700 not
later than five business days
prior to such proceeding.
Dated Feb. 17, 2010.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Clerk of the Court
By: /s/ Amanda Stearn
Deputy Clerk
2t 02-10-17-2010
8404

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, N
AND FO'R NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 45 2008 CA
000444
AURORA LOAN SERVICES,
LLC,
SPlolntiff
vs,
ISMAEL RUIZ' UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ISMAEL RUIZ: UN-
KNOWN TENANT (S) IN POS-
SESSION OF THE SUILIECT
PROPERTY, ;
Defendants:
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreclosure dated the 25
day of January, 2010, and
entered In Case No. 45 2008
CA 000444, of the Circuit Court
of the 4TH Judicial Circuit in
andl for Nassau~ County, Florida
:wherein AURORA LOAN SER-
VICES, LLC, is the Plaintiff and
ISMAEL .RUIZ; UNKNOWN
SPOUSE OF ISMAEL RUIZ JOHN
POE; JANE DOE UNKNOWN
TENANT (S) IN POSSESSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are
defendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash of the AT 11:30 A.M. at
the MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE
NAS9AU COUNTY JUDICIAL
ANNEX,76347 VETERANS WA. .
VULEE FL 32097 at the Nassau
County Courthouse, in Yulee,
Florida, at 11:30 a.m.on the 2
day of March, 2010, the fol-
lowing described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment, to wit:
LOT 99 OF HERON ISLES
PHASE ONE REPLAT, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 7,
PAGES 152 THROUGH 155,
INCLUSIVE, OF THE CURRENT
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TV, FLORIDA.
ANV PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY; OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WiiHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
In accordance yvith the
Americuns with Disabilties Act
of 1990 (ADA), disabled per-
sons who, because ofthelf dis-'
abilities, need specid accom-
modation to participate In thls
proceeding should contact
the ABDA Coordinator of 416
CENTER STREET, FERNANDINA
BEACH, FL 32034 or Telephone
Volce/TDD (904) 321-5700 not
later than flve business days
prior to such proceeding.
--bathd thlb' 4 daybi'f
'February 2010. ,: ,,
John A:Crawt~ord
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
By: /5/ Amanda Steam
Deputy Clerk '
Law Office of Marshall C.
Watson
1800 NW 49th. Street, Ste. 120
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309
Telephone: (954) 453-0365
Facsimile: (954) 771-6052
Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438
2t 02-10-17-2010
8393

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA '
.PROBATE DIVISION
i File No. 10-CP-14 '
Division: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DON DWYER
Deceased. .
NOTICE TO CREDFFORS
The administration of the
estate of DON DWYER, de-
ceased whose date of death
was~ December 7, 2009; File
Number 10-CP-14P, is pending
in the Circuit Court for Nassau
County, Florida, Probate Divi-
slon, the address of which Is
76347 Veterans Way, Wlse,
Florldo 32097. The names and
adckesses of the personal rep-
resentartive and the personall -
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims.or demands against
decedent's estate, on whom
a copy of this notice Is
required to be served must ile
their 'claims wlth this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYSAFFER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPV
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having otaims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE QF THE FIRST PUBl-
CATION OFTHIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WLL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIOD SET FORTH
ABO/E. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) EARS OR MORE AFTER
DECEDENT'S DEATH IS BARRED
The date of first publication
of this notice Is: February 10.
2010.
Janet A. Carver
Attorney for Personal
Representative .
Rlorida Bar No.193593
20 S.5th Street
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Telephone: 904-572-0088
904-432-8004 (fax)
Janco96@aol.com (emall)
G. DEVLIN WADE
Personal Representative
14091 Beach Blvd., Lot 896
Jacksonville, FL 32250
2t 02-10-17-2010
8402


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 2010 CP 7
Division: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DELORES L. WEAVER,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of DELORES L WEAVER,
deceased, whose date of
death was November 16,2009;
File Number 2010 CP 7,Is pend-
Ing in the circuit Court for
Nassau County. Florida, Pro-
bate Divlsion, the address of
which Is 76347 Veterans Way,
Yulee. Florlda 32097. The
names and addresses of the


personal representatives and
the personal representative's
attorney are slt forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dentandotherpersonshaving
claims or demands against
decadent's estate, on whom
'a copy of this notice Is
reqllred to be served must file
their claims with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE
DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTlCE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must fle thelr claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTY IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOV/EANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) EARS OR MORE AFFER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED, .
The date of first publicaton
of this Notice Is Feb. 10,2010.
Signed on January 8 2010.
Timothy L Flanagan
Attorney for Personal .
Representative
Rlorlda Bar No. 335223,
PURCELL FIANAGAN & HAY,
PA. .
Post Office Box 40749 -
Jacksronville, Rorida 32203
Telephone: (904) 355-0386
Telecopier: (904) 355-0820
JOHN W. WEAVER
Personal Representative
8241 Residence Court
Amella Island, Florida 32034
2t 02-10-17-2010
8394

THE NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA CLERK OF THE
CIR~CUT COURT/
COluPTROLLER REQUEST FOR
PROPOSALS (RFP) .
S NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV N
that the Nassau County, Flprl-
da Clerk of the Circuit Court/
Comptroller wil accept seded
Proposals until 2:00 PM on
Monday, March 15, 2010 from
FL qualified public deposito-
ries (QPD) interested in pro-
viding' comprehensive bank-
Ing services to the County.The
Proposer must maintain its
home office or a fullervice
branch within Nassaou ~Conty
Sor Duval County. -
.Proposers are required to
oftend a pre-proposal meet-
Ing to be held on Wednesday,
March 03, 2010 of 10:00 AM In
the Glerk's Office located at
76347 Veteran's WayVulee, FL
32097. The purpose of the
meeting wlII be to familiarize
prospective Proposers wi~thhe
specification requirements
and to answer any questions
concerning the RFR
Proposds must be malled
or delivered to: Nassau County
Glfierk of Courts, 76347 Vete-
rcs?'s WayYWee. FL 32097; atin
Ellen Straebel. All Proposals
must be received by the
Clerk's Offce no later than
2:00 PM on Monday, March 15,
2010.
To obtaln a copy of the RFP
or to direct Inquiries pertain-
Ing to the proposal specifica-
ilons, contact Ellen Straebel at
the Nassau County Clerk's
Office by phone at 904-548-
481 b~sSi tcS/ MtIbi hibr~iM il;3
It 02-17-2010
8415

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 45-2008-CA-
0008104
DIVISION: .
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY; AS TRUSTEE
FOR LONG BEACH MORT-
GAGE. LOAN TRUST 2006-11,
Plaintif
vs.
JAMES LSMaiTIi, tal,
SDefendant(s).
NOflCE OF SALE PURSWUANT
TO CHAPTER 45 .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Pursuant to a Final Judgment
of Foreciosure dated Feb. 4,
2010,and entired nCase No.
45-2008-CA-000804 of the
Circuit Court of the Fourth
Judicial Circuit In arid for
Nassau County, Florlda in
w~ch Deutsche Bank Nationd
Trust Company. As Tirstee For
Long Beach Mortgage Loan
Trust 2006-11 Js the Pldntif and
James:~L Smith, Lofton Polnto
Homeowners Assodcition, Ic.,
are defendants,1wi~llsell to ihe
highest and best bidder for
cash In/on Nassau county,
Florida at on the 31 day of
May, 2010, the following
described property as set forth
In sold Final Judgment of
Foreclosure:
LOT 97, LOFTON POINTE,
ACCORDINGTOPI.AfTHEREOF
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
6, PAGES 325 AND 326, OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A/K/A 96220 RIDGEWOOD
CIRCLE, FERNANDINA BEACH,
FL 32034 -
Any person claiming on
Interest In the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the 1.s Pendens must fle a
claim wlthln 60 days after the
sale. '
Dated In Nassau County,
Florida this 4 day of Feb., 2010.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Clrbuit Court
Nassau County, Florida
By: /s/ Amanda Stearn
Deputy Clerk
Albertelll Law
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO.box 23028
Tampa, FL 33623
(813) 221-4743
LJO -08-12449
If you are a person with a
disability who need any
accommodation In order to
participate In a court pro-
ceeding, you are entitled, at
no cost to you, to the provi-
slon of certain assistance.
Please contact Court Atlmlni-
stration al(904) 630 2564 with-
In two (2) working days of .
receipt of this notice; If you
are hearing or voice lmpdred
call 1-800-955-8771. To file


response please contact
Nassau~ County Clerk of Ccrt,
76347 Veteran's Way.ablee, FL
32097. Tel: (904) 548-4600
x1569; Fax: (904) 327-5795.
2t 02-10-17-2010.
8403

IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 4th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case #: 08-CA-558
'.Division #: A
UNC:
Citlbank, N.A.. as Trustee for -
structured Asset Mortgage
Investments 11 Inc., Bear
Stearns ALT-A Trust, Mortgage
Pass-Through Ce~rfcates
Series 2006-8,
Plaintiff,


-vs.-
LUnda K. Russo; Thomas C.
Russo; Wachovla Bank,
National.Assoclartion;
Defendant(s).
AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Order resched-
uling foreclosure sale dated
January 29, 2010 entered In
Civil Case No. 2008-CA-68 of
the Circuit Court of the Fourth
Judicial Circuit in and for
Nassau County, Rordda where-
in citbank, N.A., as Trustee for
Structured Asset Mortgage
Investments II nc., Bear Stearns
ALT-A Trust, Mortgage Pass-
Through Certificates Series
2006-8, Plaintiff and Linda K.
Russo are defendantss, I will
sell to the highest and best
bidder fo~r cash, AT THE MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX'
LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS
WAYVULEE, FLORIDA, 32097 AT
11:30 A.M., March 4, 201 0, the
following described property
as set forth In said Final
Judgment, to-wit:
LOT THIRTEEN (13), BUCKS
FERNANDINA BEACH, SECTION
ONE (1),ACCORDINGTQ PLAT,
THEREOF; RECORDED IN PLAT!
BOOK 2, PAGE 30, PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY, FLORIDA.
ANYI PERSON CLAIMING AN
SINTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WIfHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
DATED. at Fernandina
Beach, Florida, this 3 day of
February, 201 0.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
Nassau County, Florldd
By: /s/ Tracy Poore
DEPUTY CLERK
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF:
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN, LLP
10004 N.Dale Mabry Highway, '
Sulte 112
Tampa, FL 33618
(813) 880-8888
08-106900
2t 02-10-17-2010
8390

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITIN
SAND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
CASE No. 45-2009-CA-
000811
THE BANK OF NEWYORK MEL-
LON F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW
YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE
CERTIFICATEHOLDEPiS CWLq
INC.ASSET-BACKED CERTIFl-
CATES, SERIES 2006-09,
PLAINTIFF
VS.
MARK PUCA, ET AL.
DEFENDANTSS.
~NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to the Final Judg-
ment, of Foreclosure dated
February 4, 2010 in the above
action, I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash at Nassau,
Rlorida, on March 17, 2010, at
11:30 A.M., at front steps of
courthouse 76347 Veterans
Way,Yulee, FL 32097'for ihe fol-
lowing described property:
Lot Forty (40), RIVERSIDE
SUBDIVIION, according to Plat
thereof recorded in Plat Book
5, Pages 231 and 232 Public
Records of .Nassau County.
Florida.
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the

of thy)14,pnv~glegas psti t0
claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale.The Court, in its
discretion, may enlarge the
ime of the sae.Notice ofthe
changed time of sale shall be
published as provided herein.
DATED: Feb. 4 2010
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Amanda Stearn
Deputy Clerkc of the Court
Gladstone Law Group, PA.
101 Plaza Real South, Suite
217
Boca Raton, FL 33432
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodartion in order to
particlpateln ms proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cosI to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contactihe
ADA Coordinator, Ms. Jan
Rhodes at 444 E. Duval Stree~t
Jacksonville, FL 32202 tele-
phone number 904-357-8081
two (2) working days of your
receipt of this notice; if you.
are hearing impaired, call the
Rlorida Relay Services at 1-800-
955-8771 (TTY); If you ae voice
impalred, edl the Florida Rela
Services at 1-800-955-8770.
2t 02-10-17-2010
8401

INTHE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
File No. 09-201-CP
Division: A
IN RE: ESTATE OF
BETT M. ENSLEY
Deceased.
NOTICE.TO CREDRTORS
The administration of the
estate of Betty M. Ensley,
deceased, whossi date of
death was October 15, 2009, Is
pending In the Circuit Court
for Nassau County, Rlorida,
Probate Division, the address
.of which is 76347 Veterans
Way, Yulee, FL. 32097. The
names and addresses of the
personal repr'esentativessand
the personal representative's
attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dentand other persons having
claims or demands against
'deceilent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with itils court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OSF THE FIRST PUBLl-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors, of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBUl-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
* THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WIU. BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABO/E. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO


(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this Notice is February 10,
2010.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
A. Jeffrey Tomassetit Esq.
Attorney for Barbara J. Grant
Florida Bar No. 513260
406 Ash St.
Fernanddino, FL 32034
Telephone: (904)261-1833
Fax: (904) 261-8023
Personal Representative:
Barbara J. Grant
12314 Marcina Court
Woodbridge. Virginia 22192
2t 02-10-17-2010
8395


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TE RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN TY, FLORIDA.
AND FOR NASSAU COUN1Y Any person claiming an
FLORIDA. Interesting the surplus from the
CASE NUMBER: 45-2000-DP- sale, If any, other than the
10 propertyownerasof thedate
IN THE INTEREST OF: of the Ils pendens must fille a
K.O.B. DOB: 10/07/2000 claim within 60 days after the
MINOR CHILD sale.
SUMMONS AND NOTICE OF Dated this I day of
ACTION BY PUBUCATION FOR Febru~ary,2010. .
TERMINATidN OF PARENTAL JOHNA. CRAWFORD
RIGHTS As Clerkofthe Colurt
THE STATE OF FLORIDA By: /s/ Tracy Poorer
TO: Randall Lee Banister As Deputy Clerk
Address unknown IMPORTANT
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED In accordance with the
that a Petition has beentied i American wit itsabllmes Act,
the above-styled Court by the persons needing a reasoawble
STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART- accommodation to partici-
MENT OF CHIL.DRENAND FAM- pate in this proceeding sholdd
II.ESforierminatinofparentd no later than seven (7 days
rights and permanent com- prior, contact the Clerk of the
mitmentfor subsequentadop: Court's disability coordinator
tion of the above named of c9046302564, 330 E BAY ST,
female child K.O.B. born on JACKSONVILLE FL 32202. If
October 7, 2000 in Duval hearing impaired, contact
County Florida.You we here- (TDD) 8009558771 via Florida
by commanded to appear Relay System.
before the Honorable enerd Ben-Ezra & KalzRA. *
Magisiptat tester BBass,atihe Attorneys for Plaintlff
NarssNau~oniy JuddlAnnex' 2901 Stirlng RoadSuite 300
Thrd F~lohtLloorC764 Corro '64 Fort Lauderdale, Forida
Ve~teran Way. Wie. Florida 33312
32097 ofthe hour of 1:00 RM. Telephone: (305) 770-4100
o'clock on Friday. March 12, Fax~: (305) 653-2329
201Ql6u must appear at he 2t 02-10-17-2010
heaRing onthedateandtime 8385
specified. -
YOURB FAILURE TO PERSON- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
AU.V APPF.AR FOR THIS ADVI- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
SORY HEARING CONSTAITUES AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
CONSEN\TTOTHETERMINATO>N FLORIDA
OF PARENTALRIGHISTOTHESE Case No. 2010 DR 104
CHILDREN. IF YOU FAIL TO Division: B .
APPEAR ON THE DATE AND Steven William Phelps, -
TIMESPECIFIEDYOU MAY LOSE Petitioner,
ALLLEGALRIGHITOTHECHIL- and
DREN NAMED INTHE PEITRON. Sebastian Otte,
hinvida~ls with dsablities Respondent. '
needing a reasonable ac- NOTICE OFACTION FOR
commodation to participate STEPPARENTADQPTION -
in thisproceedng shk~oul cn TO: Sebastiin Otte
tact Connie Lewis.as soon as Manama, Kingdom of .
possible~telephone (904) 680- Bahrin
2564 orit heaing impdredlr1- YOU ARE NOTFIED that an
800-955-8771 (TDD); or 1-800- action has been filed agdnst
955-8770 V) Florida Relay youandihatiouare required
Service. to serve copy ofyour written
WIfNESS rny hand as clerk defenses, If any~to it on Steven
of said court and the Seal Willlam Phelps whose address
thereof, this 26th day of is 86117Saint Andrew Court,
January 2010, Yulee, Florida 32097, on or
John Crowfordl before, and file the original
as Clerk of Said Court with the Clerk of this Court at
By: Dawn Durrace 76347 Veteraris, Way, Yuee. FL
As Deputy Clerk 32097, before serylce on
LAnn HendriciaEsquirk Petitioner or immediately
ISentar Attorney/Children's thereafter.If you fall to do so,
Legal Services a default may be entered
Florida Bar No.: 0834394 against you for the relief
STATE OF FLORIDA demanded In the petition.
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN Coples of dil court docu-
AND FAMIUIES ments in this case, including
463688 State Road 200,8te.3 orders, are available at the
Yurlee,FL32097 Clerk of the Circuit Court's
(904) 548-9302 office. You may review these
4t 02-03-10-17-24-2010 documents upon request.
8370 You musf keep the Clerk of
-- the Circuit Court's office noti-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, fied of your current adckess.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN (You mayfie Notice of urrent
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, Address, Florida Supreme
FLORIDA Court Approved Family Law
CASE NO.: 2009CA-803 Form 12.915.) Fulure papers In
DIVISION: A this lawsult will be mailed to
CITIZENS STATE BANK, the address on record at the
Plaintiff, clerk's office.
vs. WARNING: Rule 12.285,
JONATHAN J.DANIEL Florida Family Law Rules of
Defenidants. : Procedure, requires certdn
SCLERK'S NOTICE OF SALY automatic disclosure of doc-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN uments anid Iinformation,
that pursuant to a Summary Failulreto comply canresultin
FinalJudginen~tOf Foredlosure sanctions, Includng dsmsrsal
entered herein; I will sell the or strikng of pleadings.
property situated in Nassalu Dated: Feb. 1, 2010.
County, Florida, described as: John A. Crawford
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE, CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT
PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND COURT
SITUATE, LIVING AND BEING IN By: /s/ Pamella Jones
THE COUNTY OFNASSAthAND. -Deputy Cerk --- -- -.
THE STATE OF FLORIDAL BEING 4t 02-10-17-24, 03-03-2010
MORE PARTICULARLY DE- 8378
SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS -
Lot 25 and the South 17.50 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '
feet of Lot 26, ASKINS FIVE 4th JUDICIAL ClkCUIT, IN AND
POINTS, according to the plort FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
thereof recorded in the office FLORIDA
Sof the Clerkc of the Circuit CIVIL DIVISION
court in and for Nassau CASE NO.: 09-CA-771
County, Florida, recorded in WYSIAR CREDIT UNION, .
Plrt Book Opage 58,of the Pdlabiff,
current public records of vs.
Nassau County, lorida: MUTT J. DANIEL: ET AL
at public sale, to the highest Defendantys).
and best bidder for cash, at NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
the front entrance of the SALE .
Nassau County Judid Annex, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
76347 Veterans Wofj,Hiee, FL pursuant to a Final Judgment
32097, at 11:30 a.m., or so~n of Mortgage Foreclosure
thereafter, on the 4th day of dated the 29 day of Joanry,
March, 2010. 2010,andentered inCase No.
JOHN CRAWFORD 09-CA-771, of the Circuit Court
As ClerkofCourt of the 4th Judicial Gircuit in
BY: /s/ Amanda Stearn andior Nassau County, Roride
As Deputy Clerk wherelnVVSTAR CREDIf UNION
Wesley R. Poole.. Is the Plaintiff and MUjTT J.
POOLE&POOLE,PA. DANIEL. ROBYN M. DANIEL*
Attorneys for Plainlif NASSAU COUN1Y, FLORIDA-
Post Office Box 1280 ISLAND GROVE HOMEOWN-
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035 ERS' ASSOCIATION, INC.; and
(904) 261-0742 'JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE AS
21 02-10-17-2010 UNKNOWN TENA~RS IN POS-
8384 SESSION OF THE SUILJECT PRO-
~PERIY are Defendmits, will sel
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TE to 1he highest and best bid-
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF der for cash at the main
FLORIDA IN AND FOR NASSAU entrance of the Nassau Jud-
COUNTY claI Annex, 76347 Veteran's
CASE NO: 09-CA-640 Wayl, Yee, FL 32097, at l1:30
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL a.m. on the 2 day of Muarch,
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE 2010, the following described
FOR AMERICAN HOME ,property as set forth in said
MORTGAGE ASSETS TRUST Find Judgment, to wit
2007-4 MORTGAGE-BACKED LOT THREE (3) ISLAND
PASS-THROUGH CERTIFI- GREiPHASETWOACCORD-
CATESSERIES2007-4 ING TO PLAT THEREOF RE-
Plaintiff, -CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5,
VI;. PAGE 49 OF THE PUBLIC RE-
STANLEY BALL. BEVERLY IBAI.0 CORDS OF NASSAU COUNIV,
TURTLE DUNES CONDOMINI-~ FLORIDA.
UM ASSOCIATION, INC, AINY PERSON CIAMING AN
AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
INC.; UNKNOWN TENANT #1; THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
UNKNOWN TENANT #2, THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS
Defendant(s). MUST RILE A CLAIM WITHIN
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SIXIY (601) DAYS AFTRTHE SALE.
SALE In accordance with the
NOTICE iS HEREBY GIVEN Americans with Disalblities Act
pursuant to a Final Judgment of 1990 (ADA), disabled per-
of Foreclosue dated February sons who, because of thelf
1, 2010, and entered In Case disabilities, need special ac-
No. 09-CA-640, of the Circuit commodation to participate
Court of the Fourth Judlcla .Iirthese proceedings should
Circuit in and for NASSAU contact the ADA Coordinator
County, Florida, wherein at 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee,
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL FL 32097, at phone (904) 548-
TRUST COMPANV AS TRUSTEE 4600 or (904) 879-1029, ndt
FOR AMERICAN HOME MORT- laterjthcnlve (5) business days
GAGE ASSETS TRUST 2007-4 prior to such proceeding.
MORTGAGE-BACKED PASS- lDated this 29 day of
THROUGH CERTIFICATES,SERIES ''bnuary, 2010. .-
2007-4 Is a Plaintiff and STAN- JOHN A. CRAWFORD
LEY BALU. BEVERLY BALL'TURTl.E CIERK OFTHE CIRCUiT .
DUNES CONDOMINIUM ASSO- COURF
CIATION,1 INC; AMEUA ISLAND By: Is/ C. Easterwood
PLANTATION COMMUNJTY AS- Deputy Clerk ,
SOCIATION, INC.; UN-KNOWN VERNIS & BOWLING OF
TENANT #1; UN-KNOWN TEN- NORTH FLORIDA, RA.
ANT #2 are the Defendants. Attorneys~lor Plaintiff
John A. Crowford as The Clerk 4309 Sdlisbury Road
of the circuit court will sell to Jacksonville, Florida 32216
the highest and best bidder Telephone: (904) 296-6751
for cash at Nassau County Facsimrlle: (904) 296-8938
Judcial Annex,76347 Veterans 2t 02-10-17-2019 8381
Way, Yulee, FI 32097, at 11:30 '---


a.m.on March 1, 2010, thefld- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOR
Lowing described property as THE FOURTH JUDICIAL
set forth in said Final Judg- CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR NASSAU
mrent, to wit: COUNTY, FLORIDA.
THAT CERTAIN CONDO- PROBATE DIVISION
MINIUM PARCEL KNOWN AS CASE NO.:09PCP-227
UNff l809, 0F TURTLE DUNES, A DIVISION: A
CONDOMINIUM, TOGETHER IN RE: THE ESTATE OF
WITH AN UNDIVIDED INTEREST PAUL SCOTT ZOBEL
IN THE COMMON ELEMENTS Deceased.
APPURTENANT THERETO, AC- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
CORDINGTOTHE CCAENANTS TO ALL PERSONS HAVING
CONDITIONS, RESTRICTIONS, CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
RESERVATIONS AND EASE- AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE:
MENTS, AS SET FORTH IN THE The administration of the ~
DECLARATION OF CONDO- estate of PAUL SCOTT ZOBEL
MINIUM, AS RECORDED INS Deceased. Fnle Number 09CP-
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 45Z 227, is pending in the Circuit
PAGE 111, TOGETHER WITH ANY Court for Nassau County,
AMENDMENTS THERETO, AND Rlorida, Probate Divislon, the
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT address of which Is 76347
THEREOF, OF THE PUBLIC Veteran's Way, Vulee, Nassau
















NEWS-LEA EERD/ SEDR AND A BE H2 OL


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~lllblfLlb 3 --


susMIrrED
New boast members
Ken Willette, executive director of the Council on
Agring of Nassau County, far right, and Allen Lennon,
president of the Board of Directors, far left, welcome the
two most recent additions to the COA Board of
Directors. Jan Carver, second from right, is a local attor-
ney who specializes in elder law issues. Maryellen
Colv~allo, second from left, has a background in the
telecommunications industry and has served with sev-
eral non-profit organizations that benefit seniors, adults
and children in Nassau County. .
"CWe are fortunate to have directors of the caliber of
Jan and Maryellen as we face an exciting year ahead for
the Coun'cil on Aging," Lennon said. The council has
embarked on a major project to relocate its East Nassau
operations to a new 15,000-square-foot facility on North
14th Street.


SUSMITIED
Team Smurf tt
Team Smudit Is ready to ride/walk in the April 17 Katie Ride for Life. Recently, team members were treated to
a luncheon sponsored by the Katie Caples Foundation and learned about the importance of organ, tissue and eye
donation. Front row from left are Mike Kimmel, Paula Gardner and Rachel Davis; back row, David Caples, Katie
Ride for i~fe, larry Byrd, Ed Warren, Bobbie Northey: Fida Webb, Steve Devlin, Michael Perry, larrie Beaudry
and Vicki Vojtech, -Katie Ride for Life.
"We are so proud to have our local community involved In the K~atie Ride," said David Capjles, founder of the
Katie Caples Foundation, noting Team Smurfit has participated three years, in a row.
The Katie Ride was established in memory of Katie Caples, who became an organ arid tissue donor at age of 17
after not surviving an automobile accident. Her gift saved the lives of five people. Since its inception, the Katie
Ride foi Ilfe has raised more than $300,000 for donor education programs in Florida's high schools. Decisilon
Donation will reach 10,000 hig~h school students this year through a program aimed at educating them about
organ and tissue donation.
To register your team visit www.katierideforlife.org or call 491-0811.



Giftofgiving \.~
Members of the
Nassau County
Retired Educators
Association shared
their holiday cheer -
by collecting gifts
to rusdnt al

holiday luncheon.
Nancy Johnson,
community service
chairperson for
NCREA, organized
the effort to pro- R C--,"E"
vide an assortment
of throws, socks,
robes, sweaters,
earrings, hair
.accessories and
old movies just in
time for holiday
giving. From left
are Nancy
Johnson, Stanley sflaMITrBD
Infton, association
president, and Stephanie Manwell, president'-elect. For more information about the Nassau County Retired
Educators Association, which meets monthly, call Infton at 225-9365.


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PEOPLE & .PLACES
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bluebirds a harbinger of better weather to come
Id for bird watchers of always have lots of birds in our been invaded by squirrels. The out. We placed it six feet high facing
any level. The on marsh side back yard. Whatever had' squirrels had enlarged'the size of east and at some distance from the
again, off again Big Guy added to his coffee? the entry hole far beyond the pre- shrubbery where the smaller birds
en weather this year Well, Big Guy's reason for enthu- scribed and exact size that bluebirds hang out hoping for a new house.
ha onuedmn slasm was soon revealed. Perched require. In fact, the old house had We have a bubbling bird bath near-
migrating birds, so on the railing of our backyard porch turned into a sort of squirrel frater- b~y and plenty of bird preferred
we have had unlike sat a handsome inale bluebird shop- nity house -all chewed up and shab- berries.
do ly visitors over the ping for a home. Bluebirds are bril- by. Bluebirds are very, very finicky.
s .last few weeks, liant royal blue on their backs and "Quick, we need to find a new We hope wre have renters. There is
n ~including our beau- head, with a red-brown breast. Mrs. bluebird house!" I said to Big Guy, nothing more furi than to follow the
oe FROM tiful and unexpect- Bluebird, equal$ elegant with tips of and off we~went to find and pitrchase process of nesting, hatching and
THE ed bluebird. bright blue on her slightly grayer a brand new bluebird house for oui- launching.
PORCH Sipping a sec- blue coat, stayed close to her man as potential renters. So we are ready, but where oh
Bill ond cup of Sunday they check out the real estate. .We found the perfect house, at where did Bill and Mrs. B go?
morning coffee, I Suddenly, I felt like the doorbell least I think it is, but it is Mr. and Djicktie Anderson' welcomes your .
Dickiie was startled by a had rung and unexpected visitors Mrs. B that will have to make the comments. Books are available at
-Anderson shout. had arrived and the house was a decision. It has the right size hole (1 local book and gift stores or online ai
"Imok at the mess. Not only was our old bluebird 9/16 inches), is made of cedar and wwwu.~dickieanderson.com.
bird, look at the bird." Well, duh, we house in terrible disarray, it had has little latch so you can clean it dichie.anderson@gmail.co


Backyard
The beginning of February an
we have a bluebird. I have deter-
mined it is a sign. A sign of what?
Well, j ist good things. Maybe ev~
spring. Some people wait for
Punxsutavrney Philto determine
how much winter there is yet to
endure. He traditionally does not
a~good job. Sees his shadow,.look
over his shoulder, scurries back i
his hole while we anticipate six m
weeks of winter.
We would rather cheer for our
hopeful omen of things to come. i
the Bluebird.
We have long loved birds and
continue to be amazed at our won
derful potpourri of visitors each
year. Being in a flywvay is a luxury


,m


Black Hstory Month
The Fernandina Beach
branch library wvas the site
of a Read-In Chain cele-
bration F~eb. 1 as part of
the 21St~ National African
Amierican Read-In.
libraries, schools and
churches across the nation
p~articipate in order to
make the ~celebration of
African American literacy a
traditional part of Black
History Month activities.
Participating, from left
~top left, were Annette
Myers, former inayor
Charles Albert, Marsha
Phelts, Rutha Turner
Jones and Viola Walker.
Bottom left, Mayor
Susan Steger reads a
proclamation naming
February as Black History
Month in Fernandina
Beach as local activist Neil
Frink and author Annette
Myers look on during a
city commission meeting
Feb. 2 at City Hg11.
See t~e Black History
Month calendar,~ BB.
SUBMITTED


NCWCdmerS raf
The Newcomers Club of Amelia Island thanks The
Hesideneedsyb Marriotted~ H~erizons their generous donations to thiftO thr~i~ttti Service .L
Group for its upcoming raffle/aucton to be held at the
Feb. 25 luncheon. The proceeds will benefit the Council
on Aging's Emergiency Call Pendant program. This event
is open to members of the Newcomers Club. For infor-
mation contact Terri Borakove at tborakove~aol.com or
321-1587; or visit http://newcomersclubofameliais-
lan~d.comn.
SAbove from left are Courtney Thompson, owner/chef
of Horizons, with Community Service Chairs Jan Cote-
Merow and Cynthia Mackenzie.
Below are Dottie Rich~ards, director of sales and mar-
keting at The Residence lon,lDiane Keally, general man-
ager, and Cote-Mero'w and Mackenzie.


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ANIMAL SERVICES


CATS ANGELS .

An~nabelle is a precious
junior female kitty that has
tested positive for FIV. She
has the most beautiful blue
eyes and wotild make an. %?
adorable pet. If you already
have a cat that has FIV, will
you please Consider adopting
Annabelle? Shk would also"
be perfect foi the "one cat"
family.
Caits Angels will be partici-
pating in the PETO "Think
Adoptiori First" national adop. Avenue Recreation Center in
tion event held the weekend Fernandina Beach.
of Feb. 20. Cats Angels will Prevent unwanted litters.
have a wonderful selection of this spring and call Cats
cats that are in need of good~ Angels today to find out how,
homes, to get your cat spayed/
Savre the date! The second neutered at a low-cost fee.
annual Nassau County Animal Don't own a cat? How about
'Expo is scheduled for :-the neighborhood stray?
Saturday, March 13 from 10 Contact Cats Angels at 321:
a.m.-3 p.m. at the Atlantic 2267 for more details.


SNASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY


Ballet students raising funds

On Jan. 15 a group of chil- event, YAPG legends in
dren from the Florida Ballet Dance Gala. Each year the
headed to Columbia, S.C., to 'i gala is sold outoccasion held
compete in Youth America at the New York City Center.
Grand Prix, the world's largest Hodges is excited and
ballet scholarship competition. hopeful that hewill be able to
Among those competitors take advantage of what may
was Fernandina resident, be a once-in-a-lifetime oppor-
Triston Hodghs, 13, who tunity. After receiving the
began dancing in Jacksonville news of their acceptance, the
with the Florida Ballet in April children began their next feat
2009. He felt fortunate to be :.of devotion and hard work -
among the students chosen .p fnriig h lrd alt
to compete. He and nine other ,-is a non-profit and offers schol-
youths, ages. 9-14, formed an arships to promising students
ensemble and performed in need. Hodges and five other
Czardas from Coppelia. The .ensemble members are schol-
students began practicing the, susMITrED atship recipients. The New
piece as early as June, and Incal Florida Ballet York trip is not economically
have worked on it several ~dancer Triston Hodges, feasible for these families.
times a week until their 13, is raising funds to Students are selling
January performance date. attend the vaunted finals Peterbrooke chocolate, ESPN
On Jan. 16 all that hard competition in New.York, subscriptions, photo packages
work paid oft The ensemble City in March. and recycling' old phones and
team was invited to compete in printer cartridges.
the finals in New York City. Those interested in p~ur-
The caliber of performers at ented young students in the chasing these items or donat-
the finals is so great that mere- world scholarships and oppor- ing` are asked to contact Jan
ly earning a spot in the com- tunities. After the competition, Hodges at (904) 415-3404 or
petition is a credit to a dancer's participants may par take in the Florida Ballet at (904) 353-
portfolio. In New York, thel workshops with renowned 7518. Contributions are tax
international finalists will com- master teachers. deductible and can make the
bine with national finalists to On March 27, the youth dreams of youhg -dancers a
ultimately award the most tal- may attend the ctilminating- reality. i. 1






Henry and Hunter will be assortment of flowers, plants,
at the Raptor Experience trees and palms;orchids, bon- .
exhibit at the Amelia Island sai, water pond accessories,
Garden show March 6 and 7. .native plants, butterfly-friend-
Henry, a barn owl, and ly plants, shrubs and garden
Hunter, an eastern screech accessories. *-...
owl, will be presented by the Get on-site expert advice
Avian Reconditioning Center about how to "green" your
(ARC) fr-om11a~m. to 2p.m. ~~n ;`L 'LI home a~d garden and enjoy
on both days of the show the short presentations and
Visitors will learn about the : I demonstrations from sustain-
natural history of the birds ~; sable gardening to~grafting
and their importance to our techniqixes at the "Ask the
environment and us. Expert" bd'oth. There will be
Everyone will be able to enjoy i8iii .live local music and the ven-
an up dose and personalextpe- dors of the Fernandina
rience these live Florida native I ..~LBL: Farmers Market will move to
-birds of prey as well as Scarlet, Central Park for the show with
a red-tailed hawk, and Callie, Henry their produce and expanded
an Amnerican kestrel. menu of prepared foods;.
ARC focuses on the phys- The Amelia Island Garden
ical reconditioning of raptors bilitation so the bird can be Show would like to thank its
that have been inactive for an successfully released. sponsors for their important
extended period of time while The inaugural Amelia role in bringing this Show to
recovering: fom illness or. Island Garden Show produced the community* Amelia Island
injury. Falconry techniques` by the Fernandina Farmers Convention & Visitors
are used to evaluate a bird's Market will roll out nature's Bureau,. the Newts-Leader,
chances for survival in the brightest colors for two days Coca-Cola, AmeliaHotelat~the
wild after recovering from an on March 6 and 7 in Central Beach and Keep Nassau
injury and to teach~ nestling Park. With growers and nurs-~ Beautiful. For information call
birds how to-hunt. Visitors series from around the state, 491-4872 or-visit'wwwferhaln- r
Whini;j howT NOHfljcon hainfng: the show will feature more dinafarmersmarket.com or'
techniques are used in reha- than 50 vendors with a full www.ameliagarden.com.



HIOME AND GARDEN BRIEFS


Hi, my name is Olivia, or
the Divine Ms. O. I am a -
young adult who is current on
all of my medical. I do well
with dogs and other cats. You
can meet melo person at Best
Friend's Card and Gift next: to
the Publix in Fernandina ..
Beach. For amusement, I
have my favorite mouse on a
string to play with, but I'm
lonesome at night. Let's face
it, who doesn't like cuddling mane~yahoo.com. Get your
,up next to a warm body on motors running' and head out
these cold nights? Well I do!~ for the highway to RAIN's
And I would love for you to first annual motorcycle ride
come and see if you would Mvarch 21 from 2-f p.m. Enjoy
like me, too. For more~ infor- :. the afternoon with fellow rid-
mation on me and other great er-s while helping a great
.pets at RAIN, please call (904) cause. Wrist watches ar~e
879-5861 or e-mail rainhu- optional..


STARS.


FEBRUARY 17. 2010 LEISURE News-Leader


Hi! My name is Cassie. I
am a 2-year-old short haired
female. I have been given a
clean bill of health. I am white
and gray with black stripes.
The nice people at Animal
Services picked me up wan-
dering around a large apart-
ment complex. I must have
belonged to someone
because ever since I came I
already seemed to know how
to use a litter box and am
super friendly. I talk to the
young ladies who care for me
every time they come to pet
me and clean my area..I
would love to come home.
with you and become a m'em-
ber of your family. Please
come see me at Animal
Services, 86078 Oicense Road,


Yulee, open Tuesday through
Friday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and Saturday from 11 a~m. to
4 p.m. Call 491-7440.


Shadow has alot of energy
and is a very friendly dog. He
is a peoplepleaser and is very
Smart; he has learned com-
mands like sit, down and
speak..
.Shadow the cat has been
at the Nassau Humane
Society for a little while now.
She is very beautiful and
sweet and would love nothing
more dian to have a home to
call her own!
Both Shadows and many
other wonderful pets are .
available for adoption at the
Nassau Humane Society locat-
ed at 671 lAirport Road in
' Fernandina Beach. We can
also be reached at 321-1647 or


Eac,:I

at nassauhumanesociety~com.
.Stop by the Flea and Tick
Sale being help Friday and
Saturday across the street at
the airport. All proceeds ben-
efit the animals of NHSI


Olive Affairs, a Fernandina Farmers Market vendor,
has added several sizes of olive oil for sale on
Saturday morning.


hike on'Egans Creek
Greenway starting at the
Jasmine Street entrance.
Participants are encouraged
to bring water, sun protec-
tion, insect repellent, com-
fortable walking shoes and
optionally field guides and
binoculars.
The walk will depart
promptly at 9 a.m., maintain
a leisurely pace, proceed to
the south end and loop back
to Jasmine street. It is free
and open to the public. Call
277-7350 or visit www.our-
greenway.org.
*
Also on Feb. 20, the
Sierra Nassau group will
hold a hike at Ralph E.
Simmons Memorial State
Forest starting at 10 a.m.
The hike will include the
Yellow Trail (1.75 miles),
with an optional Red Trail
(1.5 miles). The state forest
offers visitors the scenic
beauty of the St. Marys
River. Wildlife includes
white tailed deer, foxes, wild
turkeys, bobcats, gopher tor-
toises and otters. '
The hike will be at an
easy pace and is open to the '
public. The trail head is
located on Inke Hampton
Road, east of US 1 north of
Hilliard. RSVPto len.Kreger
@rocketmail.com or call
(904) 432-8389. Participants
must sign a liability waiver,
Rain galdalS
James Inper, owner of


Reflections of Nature
Garden Center on US 17
South in-Yulee, will show
design tips for creating a
rain garden for your land-
scape and will discuss the
importance of natural water-
ways on Feb. 20 from 10-
1,1:15 a.m. The seminar is
free and open to the public.
For more information call
225-9915.

Bonsat workshop
Enjoy gardening inside at
a topiary and bonsai work-
shop Feb. 20 from 9-11 a~m.
Students will learn how to
create and maintain herbal,
creeping fig and ivy topiaries
and beginner bonsai tech-
.niques and will leave with
their own plant creation.
Instructor is Nancy Rossiter.
Contact The Imarning
Community of North Florida
at 430-0120 or mail
tlcnf.com to register.
Plant ClniRC
Becky Jordi, Nassau
County Horticulture
Extension agent, willcon-
duct a Plant Clinic from 10
a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 22 at the
Yulee Extension Office, A1A
and Pages Dairy Road. All
county residents are invited
to bring plant samples show-
ing problems in their land-,
scapes. Problems will be
identified and solutions
offered for correction. There
is no fee for this service. For
information call 548-1116.


Cato, a 5year-old, white
and tan, male Shih-Tzu, is a
happy, sweet and well adjust-
ed dog. His owners are very
ill and can no longer care for
him. He weighs 18 pounds
now but is over weight and
should be 15 pounds. He
needs someone to walk him
and love him and he will give
the love back one-hundr~ed
fold!
Save the Animals Rescue
Society does not run a shelter.
Animals are fostered by
STARS members until a suit-
able and car~ing home is
found. STARS needs new fos-
ter homes in order to rescue
more animals and increase


.adoptions.
If you are interested in
adopting~ a STARS dog, please
visit our~ website at www.star-
sofamelia.orgj and fill out an
adoption application. Thank
you.


BLACK. HISTORY
MONTH

Soul mu
The Carolina Soul Band
(Friends of America's Youth,
members from the Drifters
and other groups) performs
Feb. 25 at 7:30 p.m. at Burns
Hall of St. Peter's Episcopal
Church, 801 Atlantic Ave.
Wear your dancing shoes and
hear old favorites like "My
Girl," "Under the Board "
"Stand by Me" and "Show and
Dance" to raise funds for
America's Youth Inc., Yulee
Community Center and
Interfaith Dinner Network.
Tickets are $50. Cabaret
seating with extras is six for
$400. Purchase tickets at
America's Youth Inc CTL
Center, 202 S. Ninth St. :
Fernandina Beach, at First
National Bank on 14th Street
or online at www.americasy-
outhinc.com.

Spiriual Time'
"Spiritual Time," a tribute
to Irwis Fashion and Nat .-
'Soul Finger" Jackson, will be
held Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. at
Macedonia AME Church, 202
S. Ninth St. Hear old-time
Gospel, including "Amazing
Grace." Tickets are $10 and ;
available at America's Youth
Inc CTL Center, 202 S. Ninth
St; Fernandina Beach, at First
National Bank on 14th Street
or online at www.amerigasy-
outhinc.com. All proceeds
benefit the America's Youth
Inc. Community Tchnology
'Learning Center.
Blacks 3X W
Pieces from The National
Great Blacks in Wax Museum
of Baltimore, Md., will bC on
exhibit Feb. 1820 at the .
.Martin Luther King, Jr.
Center, 1200 Elm St. .
This year's exhibit features
contributions of Afican-
Americans to the medical and
health profession. Exhibit
tours will be offered Thurs-
day, 9 a~m.-9 p.m.; Friday, 9
a.m.-10 p~m.; and Saturday, 9 ,
a.m.-2 p.m. Admission is $3
for students '6-18 years with
Valid ID. On Friday admission
from 6 p.m. until closing is $5
for students up to 12 years
and $.10 for adults 13 and up,
with a special presentation by
Dr. Joanne Martin, co-founder
and curator of the museum
and a native of Yulee. Group
tours are encouraged,
Proceeds Delf~hff Ede narcl
2 Dream Tour 2010. For more
information contact Pamela
SAlbertie at 583-8466 or
Jeannette White at 703-7334.
ScOlr Sesld
The Amelia Island .
Museum of History will inau-
gurate its Florida Scholare
Series on Feb. 19 with a pres.
entation by Dr.'Carolyn
Williams, a history professor
from the University of North
Florida who w~ill discuss the
rich history of the African-
American community on
Amelia Island. The, lecture is
at 6 p.m.. in Baker Hall. .
Tickets are $5 for members
and $10 for non-members. For
information, contact Alex
Buell at 261-7378, ext. 102 or
www.ameliamuseum.org.

18Zz and art
The Fernaridina Beach
High School Jazz Ensemble, ~
Johnnie Robinson, director,
will perform Feb. 22 from
6:30-8 p.m. at the Peck
Auditorium. The program is
sponsored by the Nassau
County Public Uibrary System
and the Friends of the Nassau
County Public Uibrary System
in partnership with the a
Association for the Study and
Preservation of Afr-ican
American History of Nassau
County. The program is free
and.open to the public. Call
277-7365 for information.
Read-in
The Nassau County Public
Library System will partici-
pate in the 20th National
African American ~Read-In
Chain on Feb. 25 at 6:30 p.m.
at the Hilliard branch library. .
The National African Ameri-
can Read-In Chain is spon-
sored by the National Council
of Teachers of English
(NCTE) and the Black
Caucus of the NCTE. Come


prepared to share a 1-3 minute
reading of work by an African-
American writer. Call 548-4866
for more information.
Home remedieS
The Mount Olive
Historical Restoration Society,
94133 SR 107 South in Nas-
sauville, will host a communi-
ty discussion, "Healing with .
Home Remedies," on Feb. 27
at 6p.m. Everyone is invited -
to attend and share a sample
of their remedies. The discus
sion is a continuation of the
organization's series on Rural
Black History. For informa-
tion call 502-1992.x


FarmerS MC[ e
SOlive Affairs, a Fernan-'
dina Farmers Market ven-
dor, has added several sizes
of olive oil for sale on Satur-
day morning. Used in their
gourmet olive tapenades and
vegan tapenades, Olive .
Affairs will also offer extra
virgin Italian olive oil in
small bottles to large tins as
well as hand-crafted Hung-
arian bottles of olive oil.
Inspired by the famous
Muffaletta sandwich of New
Orleans, Olive Affairs has
captured the flavor of the
SMediterranean in their own
Muffaletta sandwich made of
ham, Genoa salami, pro..
volone cheese, extra virgin
olive oil and gourniet tape-
nade on a clabatta loaf.
To sign up for the E-Mail
Newsletter, go to www.fer-
nandinafarmersmarket~com.
The award-winning
Fernandina Farmers Market
is open every Saturday from
9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Seventh and
Centre streets in downtown
Fernandina Beach. Call491-
4872 or visit www.fernandi-
nafarmersmarket.com or
www.ameliagarden.com.


A Square Foot Gardening
class will be offered by The
Irarning Community of
North Florida on Feb. 19
from 4-6 p.m. Square foot
.gardening is a new system of
planting and maintaining a
productive, attractive garden
in a small amount of space. It
minimizes the amount of
maintenance you need to do
as well as conserving water
and fertilizers while produc-
ing the maximum amount of
vegetables. .Instructor is
Nancy Rossiter. Call 430-
0120 or e-mail tkcnf.com to
register.

FlOrlda Forever
hiCS
Two local groups will
support a day of hiking to
celebrate Florida's natural
treasures and raise aware-
ness of the Florida Forever
program.
On Feb. 20 at 9 a.m. Our
Greenway will sponsor a









WEDNESDAY. February 17. 2010 LEISURE News-Leader




Movers to speak at

Sutton fundraiser


Beach on Feb. 24 at the Days
Inn, 2707 Sadler Road, begin- .
ning at 12:30 p.m. Barry was
in Haiti during the devastating
earthquake on Jan. 12 and -


ture and the community. The
lunch is open to the public,
Reservations are required.
The cost is $20 per person,
which includes lunch, with $5
going to earthquake relief
efforts. RSVP to Rotary Club
President Kim Harding at 321-
7002.


JAZZ ABZ: An A to Z
Collection of Jazz P~ortraitsMy
'Paul Rogers with Poems by
Wynton Marsalis, is a
Cumrrielia event planned for
Feb. 25 at 5 p.m. at the Golf .
Club of Amelia Island. Susan
Gallo, director of education at
.the Cummer Museum of Art &
Gardens, will highlight this .
exhibition of 2oth century jazz
greats~through poetry, music .
and art. Wine and hors d'oeu-
vres will be served. Admission
is free for Cummelia members
and $10 for guests. RSVP by
Feb. 19 to Wendy Stanley at ,.
(904) 899-13007 or wstan-
leyQcummer.org.
P1WAmeets
SThe American Business
Women's Association Eight
,Flags Charter Chapter will
meet Feb. 25 at the
Fernandina Beach Golf Club.
SNetworking time begins at' 6
p.m., with the dinner meeting
at 6`:30 p.m. This month's
speaker is Amelia Hart.
Dioner is, $15 and payable
that evening. Call Ssan .
Sturges at (904) 206-2580 for
information and to RSVP


The Amelia Island Film
Festival begins Feb. 25 at
.several veriues in downtown
Fernandina Beach. A Sneak
Preview will be held Feb. 19 ir
St. Marys, Ga., to screen .
"Man from Plains," a docu-
mentary about President
Jimmy Carter of Georgi$. A
free children's event will be
Held Feb. 27 at the Bean
School of Dance, where sev-
eral local authors will read and
present their books to the
public.
For tickets and more infor-
mation visit www.amneliais-
landfilmfestival~org or call the
AIFF hotline at 335-1110.


The Femandina Beach
Middle School Barid Program
will perform a community
.fundraising concert Feb. 26 at
7 p.m. at First Baptist Church
of Femandina Beach, 1600 S.
Eighth St., to support the sym-
phonic band's spring competi-
tion trip. :
Cong~ert tickets are $5 in
advance or $7 at the door.
Call Krist'i Henderson at 321-
0727 or e-mail
fbmsband~yahoo.com.
Corporate sponsors are


encouraged with a donation of
$50 or more. Sponsors will be
recognized in the concert pro-
gram as well as receive tick-
ets to the event.

....lymfest
SFirst Presbyterian Church
will host the first annual
Family Film Festival, with free
admission to all screenings,
Feb. 26-28 at "The Anchor,"
corner of Sixth and Centre
s streets in downtown
Fernandina Beach.
The series starts with
"Saving God" on Feb. 26 at 7
Sp.m. On Saturday at 2 p~m. is
"Lilies-of the Field," starring
~Sidney Poitier who won an
SOscar for his performance.
Saturday at 7 p.m. is
"Fireproof" starring Kirk
Cameron, who is stellar as
firefighter Caleb Holt who bat-
tles more than flames. A love
'gone cold, a seductive
coworker and compelling vir-
tual' objects of desire make for
a great plot. Sunday at 2 p.m.
see "Faith Like Potatoes," a
compelling drama set in -
South Africa and basect'on a
true story.
Call 261-3837 or visit
www.1stpres-fb.com.
~Animal healing ~
Healing Touch for Animals
(HTA) Level 1 workshop is
scheduled Feb. 26-28 for the
;Jacksonville area. HTA is a 2
1/2 day' experiential workshop
working with dogs and horses
to show how to assist the ani-
mal's healing process. Leam
the physiological response of
.the animals receiving HTA
and how the method'works.
For information contact Tina -'
Devoe at 310-6610 or
JacksonvilleQ healingtouch-
.foranimals.comi,.

Dance cub ~~
- The Terpsichorean Dance
Club will hold a members'
dance Feb. 27 from 7:30-11
p.m. at the Woman's Club of
Fernandina Beach, 201 Jean
Lafitte Blvd., with music by
"Hlarry and Sally,' light hors
d'oeuvres and set-ups provid-
ed by the club. BYOB. Dress
Sis casual. Guests may attend
for a temporary membership
'fee' of $35 per couple in
.advance or $40 at the door.
Interested in attending, call
~491-8058.

COMING UP



The Association for
Retarded Citizens, 86051
Hamilton St., off US 17 in
Yulee, will open up its School
House Supplies for Nassau
County teachers and parapro-
fessionals frorri 2:30-4:30 p.m.
March 2. Come and celebrate
Ralph's birthday. Participants
may fill three bags with sup-
plies for their classroom.
Please bring ID identifying
yourself as an educator. For
Information call Rhonda
Barcus at 225-9355.


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THIS WEEK

Homeless coalition
The Coalition for the .
Homeless of Nassau County
will meet Feb. 18 at 9:30 a.m.
at St. Peters Episcopal
Church, 801 Atlantic Ave.,
Femandina Beach. For more
Information, call 261-6477 or
41 5-2731.
Wi~neclaSS
.1:'Learn- how to read' a wine
list, how to distinguish an oaky
Chardonnay produced in
C ialifomia from a smoky
Chardonnay produced in -
Australia and,much-more at
"Wine Appreciation 101" Feb.
18 from.6-8:30 p.m. Contact
The Learning Community~ of
North Florida at 430-0120 or
e-mail us @ tlcnf.com to reg-
ister.' .


On April 7 Sutton Place
Behavioral Health Agency
presents its first annual
fundraising gala and dinner,
"'An evening with William
Cope Molcyers *
M~oyers is a nationally syn-
dicated columnist, journalist,
author oi lhe Newc York fmcs
best-selling book, Broken;111Ly
Life of Addiction and
Redemption, and the son of
Emmy-award wimnnng jour-
nalist 'Bill M~oyers. *
The book chronicles
Moyers' struggle winh alco-
bol and drug addiction and
his evolution from that life-
style .to become one of the
leading advocates of Ameri-
ca's progressive Drlug and
Alcohol Prevention Policies.
His services as a speaker are


in great
.demand, hav-
ing appeared
'oa hwon Oprah, the
and many
others
The evlen-
ing promises
to be' memorable, with gour-
met dining and an inspira-
.tional message in the beauty
ful setting of the Ame-lia Island
Plantation.
Tickets are $100l/person
and corporate: table sponsor-
ships ,are available and
encouragd. Moyers will have
copies of his book available
for sale and to sign after the
dinner.
For information contact
Sutton Place at 225-Fs280.


begin in g; Bing youswMorks
in-progress as':weHl as~ any


Armand Cabreia, an award-
.winning oil painter represent.
.ed by finea art galleries -across
Sthei United States, at a work-
Sshop the week of Feb. 22.
The public may attend his ;
.first oil painting demonstration
Sof the week, free of charge,
From 9-1'1:30 a'.m. Feb. 22 out-
doors at the fort' at Fort Clinch
State Park. .
A tax-deductible $5 dona-
tion is asked, but,not required,
to support Fort Clinch' State
Park's Friends of Fort Clinch
Sandl the restoration of the fort
along with the sea turtle work,
Call Amelia SanJon Gallery at
491-8040 for information.


Fernandina Little Theatre's
High School Theatre Troupe .
presents "Stage Fright," a jarti
session, on Feb. 23 from 7-8
..p.m, at the theater, 1014
Beech St.
M~nBiding mseeng
The U.S. Green Building
Council North Florida Chapter
introduces.the new Nassau
County Committee on Feb: 23
at Pablo's Mexican
Restaurant, 12 N. Second St.,
Fernandina Beach. Enjoy an
evening of food, drink and
introductions, as well as guest
speaker Ellen Leroy-Reed,
president of the N~orth Florida
'tC stawt e ofgnb~u ling in ~
north Florida.
Social hour begins at 6
p.m. and the speaker at 7 .
p.m. Cost is $18 per person.
Register online at www.usgbc
nf.org by Feb. 19. For infor-c
'mation contact Shelly Raiwls .
at m.b.rawls@comcast.net or
Ashley Pciwell at ashley.pow-
ell@ rsandh.com.
Hati fundraiser
Claire Barry will speak at
the lunch meeting of the
Rotary Club of Fernandina


itarist Albert Faith rth I ecently completed' projects to
mni. : share with the grolip. All
$20 and avail-. .St. Francis in perhaps on. needlepointers welcome.
:sau H-uriulne `of the best known figures in. Contact Nancy Shobw, chapter
~rk on Airport :Christian tradition. He is president, at nbshow~com-
rdina Beaich, known for his simplicity, his ~ cast.net. , ":'
Bakery in the renouncing a life' of ease for a I :
filaza on South life of service, and his dedica-. Steaknig t
he law'office of~ tion to the poor. Franicis of -Th'e Am~eran Legion :
:in, 308 1/2 Assisi was atypical .Riders Cha rter 54 will host
It www.nas- '`middle/upper class teenager their monthly steak night at
:iety.com/events who heard God callirig him to the newuAmerican Legion
,on Castiglia a radically different life. Post, 623 S. Third St., frorn 5-
tcastiglia.com. "Brother Sun, Sister Moon" is 7 p.m. Feb. 20. Dinner
his story. Share~ in this experi- includes a steak cooked to .
ence on Feb. 19, at 6:30 p.m. order, bakeid-potato, corn on
dina Beach at Memorial United Methodist- the cob, salad and a roll for a
foundation Board .Church, 601 Centre St., ,- $10 donation. To-go dinners
host its annual Maxwell Hall. A movie'`will also are available. All proceeds go
ast F~eb. 1-9 at be shown for children. Call to programs sponsored by the
'lantation. An 261-5769. American Legion Riders
d reception is :.Chapter 54L.
with dinner ACI'open h us
I. Enjoy a silent ; 'Amelia Communkty NEXT WEEI
ar and dancing. theatre e will host aCommunity
casual. ` ~Open House for the grand: ~ atbn~
Ind information o opening of the'new Amelia ji
,r send in your Communjty Theatre on Feb: Felix Jones, goodwill
donatiori to P.0. 20 at 207 Cedar St. from 1 ambassadordr for Fernandina
nandina noon 2 p.m. Beach, will host a benefit pr'o-
35. : Tours of the new theater gram for Haiti relief from 2-5
will be offered and light p.m. Feb. 21 at the Peck
iale . refreshments will be served. ~ 1'.Center auditorium. The com-
Hurpand' : Theater volunteers will be .r-::munity is asked to come
.Pl~a and Tick available to answer questions: ~together in prayer and to give
ill be held Feb. on upcoming productions anid. donations and financial sup-
7i:30 a.ir'.-3:30 becoming' an ACT volunteer port. For information call
landina Beach This event is open to thepub-' Pastors Jeanette Richo, 261-
Shotor a rorrbudine Pinkney, 277-
sporting streets and exit at Beech DsftP h ca
ys and other Street. Call 261-6749 for rnpre
mation call information. . First Presby~terianr Church
152. in Femnandina Beach will host
QMC~ook-off an AARP Driver Safety


turning blues gui
Castiglia of Mia
Tidthts ard i
able at the Nas
Societyr D9'g Pa
Road in Fernan
Redbones Dog
Pelican Palms I
Eighth Street, t
Joshua K. Mart
-Centre St., or a
sauhumanesoc
.html. For more
visit www.alberl


The Femanl
High School Fo
of Directors will
Foundation~ Fec
Amelia island P
oyster roast ant
from 6-7 p.m., \
served at 7 p:m
auction, cash b
Attire isresort c
For tickets a
call 261.-5713 a
tax-deductible i
Box 15726, Fei
Beach, FL 320:


: The Nassau
Society Annual.
Garage Sale'iri
019 and FO0 from
p.m. at the Femr
Airport ha rd
wares, jewelry;
goods, tools, to
items. For inform
Penny at 277-1


The Amelia island Last Leg .
Rally will.be held Feb. 1 9-21 in
Yulee and Femandina Beach.
Proceeds benefit Anchors
Aweigh Charters'lnc., a non-
profit organization that spon-
sors fishing and boating, oppor-
tunitieS for disabled citizens
and veterans..
SMurray's Grille in Yulee will
kick off the weekend with a
"Meet and G'reet' on Friday
night where visitors can pre-
register for events, pick up
rally information and injoyi.
food and entertainment.
Saturday's events start with
a scenic benefit run from Post
54, ending back in Femandina:
There will be a "Bike Show" in
Parking Lot "A" at the water-
front on Centre Street that
afternoon plus vendors, dis-
plays and entertainment in
Central Park on Atlantic ,
Avenue;
Saturday night several local
taverns are hosting the 2010
Last Leg Bally "Pub Crawl."
On Sunday is a second benefit
run7 showcasing the northern
side of Nassau County, ven-
dors and entertainrfient in
Central~ Park and Bike Games
on the school board property
'across the street. Bands are
scheduled Saturday and 1
Sunday to "Rock the Park" in
honor of all veterans.
gra ifraionvit kaestle-
wii@aol.com.

organ concert
The Amelia Arts Academy
brings back its founder, Dr. Tim
McKee, for the iare opportuni-
ty.to hear him in concert on the
"Kin 1%tIntrumense on) Fb.
Church, 801 Atlantic Ave.
The opening act wNill be
Morgan Waas, recipient of the
Henry Vollenweider Pipe
Organ Scholgrship. The con-
cert is at 5 p.m., with the
reception (food and wine)
immediately following. Tickets
are $40 and available at the
Arts Academy, 277-1225, or
Golf Club of Amelia, 277-8015.
For information call 277-1225. .
Show added
All scheduled performance
dates for Amelia Community
Theatre's popular Neil Simon
comedy, "The Odd Couple,"
have sold out. An additional
matinee will be held on
Sunday, Feb. 28 at 2 p.m. Call


Program from 8:45 a.m., to 1
pm. on Feb. 22. The cost is
$10 for AARP members and
$12 for non-members. Call
261-3837 to register. You can
save on your auto insurance.
Art demo ~-'I
The Aipelia island Artists '
Workshop ijs sppnsornn9


The Amelia Island -
Montessori Sch~ool is proud to
present its 4th Annual Chili,
Cook-Off Feb. 20 from noon-4
p.m. on Third Street between
Cenltre and Ash streets. Enjoy
a day of food, family, friends
and fun as more than a dozen
different chili recipes are .
cooked by local businesses .
and non-profits. There W~ill be
'a Kids' Zolie and local ven-
dors. The Karl W. Davis band
will play from 1-4 p.m. at the
Green Turtle as part of the
event: Cost is $10/adults and
$5/children. For more informa-
tion contact Allison Dillingham,
415-6122, or the AIMS busi-
'ness office, 261-6610.


The Eight Flags .
Needlepoint Guild will meet
Feb. 20 at 11 a.m. at St..
Peter's Episcopal Church, 801
,Atlantic Ave. Members are
encourraged tq participate in
the stitch-of-the-month project


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SPECIAL EVENTS

'Singing for Suppers'
The Songspinners present
"Singing for Suppers," a
benefit concert for Meals on
Wheels for Pets at St. Peter's
Episcopal Church Parish Hall
Feb. 19
Yappy Hour is from 6-6:30
p.m. (donation), with the con-
cert at 6:30 p.m., followed by a
chili supper. Reservations are
required, .
STickets are $20 and avail-.
able at St. Peter's, the Council
on Agjing and the Nassau.
Humane Society Dog Park, or
call 335-0;335, e-rniail IVOW4
PetsNassau@yahoo.com or
visit MOW4PetsNassau.com.
Human eqoeyrCO~t
Leam about the Nassau :
Humane So~iety's riew animal
care complex initiative at a
concert Feb. 19 at 6:50 p.m. at
Sheffield's at the Palace, fea-


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file New t0 7011 Iesale Store is an
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LOW-LOW PRICED ISLAND CONDO
- Renovated complex on marsh w/huge
oaks. 2BR/1BA garden unit. Major
upgrades. $119,000. (904)945-6256

08Off Island/Yule
3BR/2.SBA ENERGY EFFICIENT
HOME Granite countertops,i hard-
wood floors, ceramic tile, spa tub, 2-
00,0 .age.CaIn g~a0e 4community
(904)237-7324-

809 Lots
FOUR BURIAL PLOTS for sale at
Green Pine Cemetery. $1,000 each/
OBO. Call Beverly Godwin (904)751-
9636.
LARGE 1.02 ACRE LOT within
Blackrock Hammock, a gated comm. of
just 45 homes. Bring your own builder
bno t me restrictions. $b86,500. (904)
MUST SELL Large commercial lot
1-1/2 acres. Hwy 1 No., Hilliard, FL.
Hwy frontage. Zoned CI. Make Offer.
(904)415-1078


NEW LOG CABIN* & 20 acres only
$129,000.~ Sale Sat. 2/20 only. New
1800sf log cabin pkg on 20 acres near
FL/GA border. Exc financing. (800)
898-4409 x15L3. *Log kit only. ANF


817 Other Areas
LAND OR DEVELOPMENTS WANTED
Mo tbu orrma ke de I mpmen lo s
NC, SC, VA, TN, AL, GA & FL. Call
(800)455-1981axt 1034. ANF
FORECLOSED HOME AUCTION
450+ homes / Feb 27. Open house
2/13, 20, 21. View full listings
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802 Mobile Homes
INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE 6
new 2009 3acobse7 Homes available.
Need to make room for 2010 models.
Must sell. (904)589-9585
4 2.ON 1 ACRE -Built in 2003. New
Garetmoandapli pe~s.5 Lw down'
2, 3 & 4 BR Lanrd/home pkg. Low
dwncnp~a day ( Own~er8 asisted


802 Mobile Homes
3/2 NEW MOBILE HOME On 1 acre.
Owner assisted financing. Partially
furnished. Move in ready. Call to make
appt, (904)589-9585.
3ACOBSEN MODEL HOMES For
sale. Easy financing, low down pmt.
Partially furnished, many upgrades.
Call today (904)589-9585.


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PROFESSIONAL LOOKING FOR
SAME Newer home, spilt bedroom,
quiet, secure. AH included. House
privileges. $450. (904)491-7992
RESPONSIBLE ROOMMATE WANT-
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(904)583-0492. .


FULLY FURNISHED ROOM Prefer
older gentleman on SS or retired vet or
disabled vet. Call Glenn for details
(904)548-9707 or (94)677-3724

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804 Amella Island Homes
AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION By
Owner. Renovated~ & furnished 2-story



805 Beaches .

Visit w .OcEFanRon T RetaEom for a
complete list, or call Bob Gedeon at
Oceanfront Realty (904)261-8870.

806 Waterfront


Features "mlue
2 bedroom garden units 2 bedroom townhouse style
Bedroom garden units Marsh yiews
Swimming pool Dishwasher Laundry facilities
Was5her/drver connections* Was~her/dryer units available'
Water, garbage & pest control included in rent
Prices starting at $675."' per month
"Some features n01 a~ailable in all units

Less than 2 miles from the beach and you can walli to the shops
& restaurants at The Gateway to Amelia Center!

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Yulee Villas

1,2&3 Bedroom Unit
Rent' starting at $595-$71'0
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
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Summer Beach is our address not our boundary!'

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5456 First. Coast Highway Amelia Island,. FL 32034


5456 First Coa~st Highway Amelia Island, FL 32034


Waterfront Homes & Lots Call
(904) 261-4066 for Information. C.H.
Lasserre, Realtor.


33 MARSH CREEK

Remodeled 4 BR / 3 BA
2-story home with fireplace,
hardwood floors and view
.of the 'Oak Marsh Golf Course.

$525,000


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1638 REGATTA DRIVE
Beautiful designer home located in Golfslde South in
-Summer BahM Ths home has been featured i

;upscale amenities.
$979.000 MLS #44999


133 SEA MARSH ROAD
Beautiful custom home In Amella Islarid Plantation,
Large Lot. Private. Operi spqclous floor plan.
Immaculate, Must see to appreciatefl
$575,000 MLS #49434 ~


CARLTON DUNES -
Executive oceanfront condos of Summer
Beach with upscale. appointments located ~
North of The Ritz-Cariton. Prices start at
$1,350,000









1786 HAMMOCK COURT
Over 2,300 sq, ft. In this 4 BR/2.5 BA southern Ilving
cottage located in the beautiful Summer Bealch
area. Membership is available with this property.
$510,900 MLS# 51267


THE PRESERVE AT SUMMER BEACH
95976~ WOODBERRY LANE ..
This beautiful home In The Preserve at Summer Beach 'fea-
tures an open floor pldn that leads to a large screened
porch wlth views of the preserve area. Just a shodt walk to
the beach. $475,000 MLS #51249
hr4PYWHIRO~l G~dSPEe ZIil


301 KETCH COUlflAllD
Beautiful Vlews from this 2BR/2BA oceanfront c~ndo.
Centrally located to dining, shopping or just reblaxng
at the beach. Very well mainfalned. Great rental
potentiall
$475,000 MLS #48999


Magnificent marsh yiews from this beautiful
Intracoastal townhome. Fabulous screened lanal
with summer kitchenI ~Communlty dock and boat
sllps. Membershlp to the country club available'.
Press starting at SAno900


A rare ilndl Wonderful oceanfront townhouse design
In Outrigger at Summer Beach. Fabulous ocean views
Fully furnished w/ exceptkmn of a few personal Items.
Membership to Country Club available,
$899,000 MLS #51280


SAILMAKER VILLAS
Oceanfront and pool side units in the heart
of Summer Beach. 2 or 3 bedrooms starting
at $259,900 Perfect for rentals.


Beautlful~condos In convenient location. 2
and 3 bedroom units with garages. Prices
tart at $325,000


DEEP WATER EGAN'5.CREEK THE PRESERVE TOWN HOMES
Wondp~rful buildable lot In private cul-de-sac. Has 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bath, pond vlew, two-story town-
deep water access with boat sllp and floating homes with master on 1st floor. community
dock. pool, walk to the beach.


THE PRESERVE COURTYARD
Wonderful homes with the timeless flair of a
tylediterranean villa with views of the pond,
Few steps to the beach, great gated communl-
.ty. Prices starting at $624,000


69 SPINNAKER DRIVE
Let us bulld your dream home on this beautiful
Summer Beach golf course lot. Large, wooded
lot has beautiful views. Country Club member-
'shlp available. $475,000 MLS #51296


Prices starting at $345,000:


$499,000 MLS#51254


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ANDREW SANDS
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8 07 Condominiums~ I810 Farms & Acreagel


1851 Roommate Wanted 1 851 Roommate Wanted I


800-597-8108* 277-5980
6800 First Coast Highway Amelia Island, FL32034


M~AIN SALFs OFFICE ~IIM ]

(800) 322-7448 EACH*

(904 2610624 Ameli Island, Florila















101OAdmdrAgagetL)


LONG TERM RENTALS
ON ISLA ND
*Amella Woods, nicely furnished,
2/2 upstairsunit twoblocks
from beach, $895
NOFF IS AN
*Timbercreek Plantation. Harley ct.*
5/2.5, bonus room, $1275.
*Loffon Oaks, 85134 St. Thomas. 3/2 '
loaged fenced yard, 4900
*Stoney Creek. 96136 Stoney Dr.
2/2, W/D, pool, $925.

Call PatricialTumer
Panta Ropelty nnas.;
Cell:
904-556-9586
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857 Condos-Furnihd
FERNANDINA 2BR/2BA Close to
beach, tennis edurt, pool. Service ani-
mals only. Utilities included. $600/wk.
or $1100/mo. (904)310-6493
1BR/1BA Amella Woods. Beautifully
furnished, vaulted ceilings. Pool & close
eto beahq 8ces 2940/mo. Call for


858 Condos-Unfurnished

FANLOWN L V WITH
AMELIA LAKES
1 & 2 Bed Luxur3 Condos in gated,
waterfront community. Resort-style
pool, tenriis coutt, 24/7 .fit ctr,
'volleyball & more! Garden tubs, walk-in
co~s ts,1& dots of tpgarts t a71 ~essica
www.amelilaakes.com
AMELIA WOODS 2BR/2BA, $750/
mo. Darlington Realty, Inc. (904)261-
8030
LUXURY CONDO 2BR/2BA, garage,
.large rear screened Ioch e TC911at d
communi ,each.u Unfumnished. $,250/
mo +util. 277-3206
2BR/1BA CONDO 1 BLOCK FROM
Bo CH, Forest Ridge Village. Like new.
So274tenrils court. $850/mo. (678)429-
2357 FIRST AVE. -, 2BR/1BA duplex.
Deck, 1-car garage,.close to beach.
$87/mo. w/1 yr lease. Call (229)942-
01l days or (229)924-3780 nights.
FERNANDINA SHORES 2BR, pool,
te 21s, 2 bocks to beach, W/D lowe
Available now. Call (847)867-3163.
MARINERS WALK --ZBit2BA,$800o/
mo. Darlington Realt Inc. (904)261-
8030
1ST CLASS AMELIA LAKES 1BR,
Is no. lak fr t61-W/O. 5.775. Avail


859 Homes-Furnished

3BR/2.5BA Screened porch. Fully
furnished. Available 3/1. Will take less
than 1 year lease. $1350/mo. Includes
all utilities except e ectric., Call (757)
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE in Lofton Pointe;
-Fully furnished 3BR/2BA + bonus' room
& garacje. $1300/mo. Call Anna (904)
403-1982.

860 Homes-Unfurihd
ON AMELIA ISLAND 2069 Bonnie
Oaks Dr., 3BR/2BA. $1000/mo. + $900
dep. (386)365-8543 or (866)606-8443
NORTH HAMPTON 3/2.5, golf
UAKE 3/2. 625 f m1400M
YULEE 4BR/2BA, 1854sf. $1,100/
mo. Call Don Brown Realty (904)
225-5510 or (904)571-7177.
3BR/2BA FOR RENT 95002 Wlder
Blvd., Nassauville. $800/mo. +' $800
sec. Available immediatley. Call (904)
583-7880, Terry.
RENT OR RENT TO OWN 3BR/28A'


(904)237-4079
3BR2.8 5Ba2 tah garag ,f borlan
8250/mo. 2593 Fi st Ave. (904)491-


852, Mobile Homes
STATIONERY RV FOR RENT Weekly
& monthly rates. (904)225-5577
3BR/2B-A MOBILE HOMES on one
acre lots. Ready to move In. Service
animals only. Starting at $750/mo.
+$700 deposit. (904)753-2155

pr %2Be ocatiNGLEnelud~es Kin tio
water filter. $680/mo. + dep. Call 583-
1431.
MOBILE HOME 3BR. South of Sadler
Rd., 1448 E. Oak St. $700/mo. Call
(904)753-7963.
3BR/2BA SINGLEWIDE on large lot
on US Hwy 17. $650/mo. + $650 dep.
Call (904)583-2009.
On I&Iand Unfurmished 2&3BR
'SWMH In dpark stan h565 w ui 6i

stad~ng $200/wkt. plus dep. 261-5034

854 Rooms
PRIVATE BEDROOM/Private ~Bath .
$425/mo. +1/2 utilities. 1st & last
month required at move in. Yulee area.
Professional male only. (904)405-6959

S855 Apartments
FurniS hed
631 TARPON AVE. Fernandina
Shores. 2/2, furnished, pool, tennis
courts, clubhouse, steps to tht` beach.
$895: Nick Deonas Realty, Inc.
(904)277-0006
At Beach Winter rates. Remodeled
effic $125/wk. Larger 1BR $195/wk +
'seo?"ike, Inclu ing u flsc beHB30


856 Apartments
SUnfurnished

OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA :- Ocean
Av. D) nstirs aptasShared la ndry
Utilities not Included. Call 261-6841.
2BR/1BA DUPLEX 2 biks to beach.
Fresh paint. New ~carpet. Kitchen&
bath updated. W/D hookup. $800/mo..
(305)281-1011 or (305)219-1433
Affordable Living for eligible low-
income -persons/famillesl 1 .& 2
bedrooms. Rent -based on income.
Apply at Post Oak Apts., 996 Citrona
Dr., Femandina Beach; (904)277-7817.
Hni apuslcessibie a ts available.

3BR/2BA APT. at the Palms. Service
animals only $1000/ma. Call AMELIA
RENTALS (904)261-9129..
2BR/1BA ,* unfurnished beachside
upstairs duplex unit for rent at:832 N
Fletcher--less than 200 feet to the
beach. New kitchen & flooring. Living
room opens on to covered oceanview
deck. Unit has central heat/alr &
washer/dryer0 s'2mo. wth So o~n

own',7 telen'oneAUSe thIc snininlu only
& no smoking. Call 277-3317 or email

For 2 ""' Ret-ZW. B ownhouseapt.
Newly -rebulk. CH&A, stove, refrig.,
dw2 Ncarpt ha5/o 2 dep.303ref~s.


860 Homes-Unfurnished
LOOKING FOR LONG TERM RENTAL,
ON-ISLAND I am looking for a 3/2,
or better, house, condo or apt. to rent
starting June 2010 or so, 12 month
o inmum,d pIvoendsseondr1s2bmoanth
clean neighborhood, pool or close to Y
pla grun nac lusyard oadulom2mukin s
Send details by email to:
anotherdayl956@valloo.com. I will
respond to all inquiries. Thanks
NORTH HAMPTON 4BR/4BA with
s com $. 280 /aro. eg tiabe
Available 4/1. (904)430-7676
OCEAN VIEW DUPLEX -2651 5.
Fletcher. 2BR/1BA, garage. $1300/
mo. Call (912)663-1111.
302 5. 15TH Convenient island
location. 3/2. Tile floors. Large garage.
Large workshop. Fenced yard. Pets
welcome. Available March. $1075 mo.
Month deposit. 904-432-8146:

2-la gaaEm Anclosne heaned o e~d
porch, risint condition, new kitchen with
stainless apine, fireplace. $1150/



861 Vacation Rentals
O6EANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor, for special rates.


863 Office
BUSINESS SUITES -' in Professional
Office Park located between Harris
Teeter and AIP along A1A. Several
offices to choose from. GREAT
PRICES! Call Chaplin Williams. Rentals
904-261-0604
OFFICE SPACE for rent. Office within
an office. Desk, chair, bookcase,
utilities included, & sdme extras. 753-
4077
Office Space includes utilities &
janitor. Small. $125, medium $225,
large $350, & office suites avail.
3asmine Office Center. Cal) Mack
(904)583-0058.
OFFICE SPACE FO# RENT -Desk,
bookcase; chair, all utilities, & some
extras: $500/mo. 753-4077 ,
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE
4102 Centre St. 1000-90005F ,
1 No th 4Fth St (Swan Bldg)
501 Centr St (Mxwe~ll Bldg)
120-1905F
Atlantic Ave @ 14th St 500-2100SF
117 5. 9th St 12005F
Galphin R/E Svc -(904)277-6597
EXECUeTVEs OFIF EG tPAC -to m
Location. (904)556-6234

864 Commercial/Retail
OFFICE OR, RETAIL for rent.
Approx. 800sf. Located in Historic Dist-
rict at 17 S. 8th Street close to Centre.
$1,000/mo. + dep.. Call 557-5644.

RESTAURANT FOR LEASE- 3800 sq.
aailab630 ICA Alhlic bv ragesP (n04
557-5004

loWAto KnA1A inmO'Nhal v 5sf
units. Curtiss Lasserre Real Estate
(904)261-4066.



901 Automobiles
2003 CORVETTE Anniversary
Edition, 34K mi., silver w/gray int., exc.
NA GATO 040K 2006 silye Nw/gmN
int., good cond. $22,000. (904)491-
9967
FSBO Classic 2dr EIDorado '91 Cadl
$950.`92 Expl $1900.'92&6'95 Dodg
PU $2500. '88 worc van $1000. '01
Daewo $1900. AII running. 261-5034::


Club
Apartments
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<1, 2, 3 &r 4 BedroomS
/ Pool
/ Fitness Center
/ Business Center
/ Gated Co mmumty

FREE RENT
Call for Details


* FOREST RIDGE -3BR/2BA
condo. Close to beach. Community
pool. $900/mo. Available Now.
PORTSIDEE DRIVE 4BR/2BA
|hbuse. Close to beach. 2 car garage-
$1,450/mo. includes yard maint.
Available now.
*SPANISH OAKS CIRCLE -
4BRL 2.5BA house. Close to beach
2 car garage. 2,200' sq. ft.
$1,400/mo. Available 3/1/10.
*INVERNESS ROAD 2BR/2BA
house in Lakewood. Bonus room ant
2 car garage..$1,050/mo. Available
Now.
* SOUTH FLETCHER IBRI
1BA unit. Ocean front with great
ocean view. $800/mo. Available
Now.
*AMELIA LANDINGS
Furnished or unfurnished 2BR/2BA
condo. Close to behich. Community
pool. No pets.' $750/mo. Includes
water & sewage. Available Now.
*AMELIA. GREEN 2BR/
2.5BA condo. 2 story with loft.
$1,050/mo. Available Now.
*THE PALMS 2BR/ 2BA
Condo. ~Community pool. $950/mo
Available Now
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Real E~state, Inc.


LONG TERM
*4BR/3BA Home in Flora Park
. 1200/mo. + util.Avail. 3/1/10
*Amelia Lakes IBR/IBA condo. Lake
view with bamboo and tile floors
$775/mo. +util.
*730 S 14th.- 3B8ll8A home wifenced
backyard, 5800/mo. +utl.
* 19 S. 14th St., 2/1, $800/mo. + util.,
security deposit 51,000.
*3423 S Fletcher 28R/IBA Furnished
upstairs apt., cable and internet Incl.
O3R BA Hom on Amelia Island with
beautiful view of Egans ~Creek.
$1,750/mo. + Util. Includes yard
maintenance
*619 S. 14th St. 3BR/IBA $875/mo.+
util. Security deposit of $ 1,000.
*2801 Elizabeth St - 3/2 upstairs Apt.
Great Deck -Oceanview$950/mo. +
util.
/3BR/2BA on Filrs Ave. w/one far
garage. Like new with a partial ocean
22 8 is~e'B 1S BA $875/mo.
+ util. Avail. 1/1/10
*2822 S. Fletcher, 2BR/IBA Garage
$plmn 1 100/m~o +util
*305 5. 17th, 3BRilBA wlgarage.
$850/mo + util.
*3BR/2BA home, 95584 Alligator
Creek Road $1100/lmo.+ util. .
VA\CATION RENTAL
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/MONTMLY
2BR/IBA Oceanview. 487 S.
Fletcher. Call for more information


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1BR/1BA Furnished. Amella Lakes.
Frn 875, o Cal ng)7-4959 s
577-6799.
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furnished, ocean view, private board-
walk to ocean. New salt system pool. A
must see. Pls call (904)206-2491.
2BR/2BA on Amella Island
Plantation. $1200/mo. for 6 months.
Call AMELIA RENTALS (904)261-9129.


SUMMER BEACH BLVD. 3BR/2BA
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3BR/2BA Formal I~ving & dining
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Beachway. 1275/glmoal Darlington
Realty, Inc. (904)261-8030 ,,.
3BR/1BA HOME Best value on
Island. 1500 sq. ft., fenced yard,
storage. $825/mo.' Coastal Wave
Properties. (904)557-1682


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Only 23,931 Miles! Blue With Charcoal :
Interior. Loaded Leather!

VALUE PRICED $12,950


2001 SMC JIMMY
Only 75K Miles. Sunroof, Killer Pioneer
Stereo Syste'm, Great condition. Taupe/
with Tan Interior. .

VALUE PRICED. $7,950


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Only 63K Miles, Very Sporty Vehicle- Silver
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