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RYAN SMITH
NVews Leader


for resurfacing in 2011; however, the
safety concerns and the condition of
(A1A) can wait no londger tod be
Addressedd" Adkins wrote. ":.. I, alorig
with my constituents, travel the str-etch
of State Road 200 between the
SInterstate 95 corridor and the"Shave
Bridge with 1rdpidation. As my .con-
stituents relate their experience with
gravel damaging their: vehicle and
w~indshiel~d, there is .no reason for.me
or my office to question these claims
since all of our own personal vehicles
have received damage while traveling
State Roiad 200."
AIlA Conttinuesd on 3A '


. The Florida Department of
Transportatioi1 ~has agreed to make
interim repairs to the crumbling state
road A1A in Yulee following complaints
from Nassau County motorists, includ-
ing State Rep. Janet, Adkins.
The repairs will be meant as a tem-
porary fig until the schedule d resur-
facing of A1A in 2011.
In g Feb. 12 11etter .to FDOT
Secretary Stephanie :Kopelousos,
Adkins requested action within 30 days
to repair the worst sections of the road.
'I' am aware that this~project is up


Billie Childers talks to Red D~ukate and Tom Atkinson, above, about a custom bike on display at the
waterfront Saturday. The Amnelia Island last lag Rally downtown and at Central ,Park;benefited
Anchors Aweigh Chqrterk, Inc.; a non-profit organization that sponsors fishing and boading opportum;-
'ties for-disabled citizens and veterans. :


1it sa s es
chili at
Halftime
Sports Bar and
G rill's booth
Saturday as the
A imelia Island
M~ontessori
School beld its
Fourth annual
~Chili Cook-of f
on Third Street
downtown.
Manning the
booth were
Becky~ Kingery,
,,'~ anda Invin
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NEW~iSLE4DERK


RYAN SMITH
Newus Leader '
The Nassau Coun~ty Commission
urianimously approved Mo~nday a new
t~rafiTc study methodology proposed
by the grow\hth management director.
However, Commissioner Stacy
Johnson's mobtion to approve the study
~.nearly died for lack of a kcond. '`
Currently, the impact on. traffic of


a new development inust be studied in
a five-mile radius around that devel-
opment, regardless of its size. Growth
Management Director Walter Fufidio
called that syste~ni obsolete.
"The proposed changes are to a
document that has' been tmchanged
since 1999," he said,.";..:Yhis thiing- is
11years overdue."l'
TiRAFFIC Continued on 3A:.


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20 years, the developers~ also .have financiall atmos here was "not~con-
had~lt to pay. ad valoreni taxes,on the 'ducive to lynditig.":
Sproper ty since they got approval f~or City commissioners at their Feb.
the project. 16 meeting.unanimously approved
According to City Atto;rney Tammi an amendment to the lease that ad
Bachi, it is routine for lessees ~of city valorem taxeS on the property would
property to pay the'property taxeks. be assessed to reflect the current use
SAccording to Doyle, their compa-~ as open public space.
ny Slipperyi When Wet has not been The amendment will mean "a
able to get lending ior the~ project, major reduction in L;axes" on the prop-
w~hich he estimates wIill cost about erty. said Doyle, though he does not
S1 5 million. yet know what the bill will be
D~oyle said they hahed a commitment Doyle said the company is still
from a bank two ye~ars ago wchen the looking for a lender. The waterslide


proje-ct wns irst approved byi rth city,
but the bank backed out? saying the


AN.GELA DAUT~ll RY
Newvs-Leade? .
Property taxes will be consider-
ably-lower~for; three developers~ leas -
ing city property at Main Beach
thanks to a new amendment. to their
lease. '- ^
Nick Gillette, WilliatuDoyle Jr.
and Clayton Buchanan Ill have beeri
leasing about 10.000 squalcre fet of
!and- on: Tarpon Ave~nue since thC\y
r Ieceiv~ed city approval to build a w~a~te- :
slide park more than twfo yeaz~rs ag'o
:While they have an agreement
ivith the city to pay $10(fa'month for


ST7ElEL ElMBERG/FORTHB NEWSLFADER
Nassau County Is just more than halfay through its three`-month
schedule of 30 events associated with a nationwide reading program,
The Big Read. County residents are reading The Maltese Falcon, see-
ing the film and attending events focused on the potboiler detective
story. Story, 6A.


SLIDE Continuerd onl 3.4


Newvs Leader
Ybor Alvar~ez was crazy about base-
ball. His passion for the diamond led
him to form a Rayonier mill team about
S1950, organize the city's Little Imagites
in 1956 and push for construction of its
softball field complex in 1985.
Those fields, on Bailey Road, were
tismed the Ybor Alvare~z Softball'
'Complex and riow iridude city soccer
fields as well.:
Alvarecz diejd Sunday at the: age of
90.
Alber t Castro Albarez was born in
1;919' `inYbor City, Tampa. He came
Sto Fer~nandina to work for the Civilian
SConservation Corps and went to work
::sa carpenter' at the ~Rayonier nill,
where he would continue to wor~k for
42 yeats.
His Fertiandlina birddies dubbed
Shim Ybor And it stuck, according to a
pape~:wr ~lritt by ,Kim Kelly of
Fernandina Beach flor a class at
Douglas Ander~son Sdhool of the Arts
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L FLE PHOTOS
Ybor Alvarez, right, during an interview in 2008. Alvarez, center,
makes a call at the~ plate during his 50 years as an umpire. Ieft, in a
fltiubarb with a young player..


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Three local men formed a corporation to erect
a skylift at Georgia's Stone Mountain,
February 25, 1960

Florida Sert. Edgar M, Dunn, D-Daytona, told
th a sa on Cmite of :r w taat ::n: -
courage of state and local leaders. 95
February 27, 1 8
Twenty-seven suspects were arrested in an
early morning crack cocaine bust by about 70 offi-
cers from nine agencies.
February 23, 2000


Albert .' b r" Alvatei :
Albert C. "Ybor" alvarez, 90, of Fernandina
Beagh, FL passed away Sunday morning,
February 21, 2010 :at SBaptist Medical
Center/Nassau.


oa n 'avd so an fa k rand oamhi dE rtH
back". .
He was the beloved solid patriarch, and there
for his family when they needed himi;
Throughout his life, he displayed his uncondi-~


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Mr. Alvarez was born on tional love to family; fiends and others. He was
Aupjgust 15, 1919 in Tampa, FI, very generous, wise, fair, considerate and loyal.
the. son` of the' late Benjamin He gave advice to many (who asked for it). He
A ~nd,Esperanz~a Alvarez. lie :was big, and strong, yet gentle, understanding
came to Fernandina Bea2ch ~`and compassionate. :1
serving~ in, the Civilian Mr. Crater is survived b~y, his. lovitig wife?
Cons~ervatioii Corps in~ 1939. and lyelpniate 'of over 50 years, Betty Crater,
He retired from Rayonier in Fernandina Beach, their three daughters,
,1981 aftr .42 years~ as a DarleneJ..Crater(Richard Sheltoni),Yulee, FL,
Carpenter; Mr. Alvar-ez krvas instrumental in. Dawn C. Boatwright, Jacksoqville, FL, Diane
organizing LittleLeag~ue Baseball here inl M. Tauscher (Mlatthew), Fernandiria Beach,
SFernandin Be~achl; now known as]B~abe Ruth FL, a~ brother, Doriald A. Crater~ (Rob'erta),,
Basebal Brookhaven, 19Y,:7foilrgrandichildretii,"David
He' leaves behindls a daghter, Delo es. JTones.,MicaihT~iucher, Kayln~Boatwright~,Zach
Stricklaid, :andusori Samnmy Alvarez, both of Tauscher, ohe great grandchild, Wyatt Jones,
Fernandina Bea~ch, a son, Benny Abtrares a~d hi'd and several nieces and nephiews.::i
wife Harriet oT K~ingslanid, GAand a daughter, The family will t~eceive friends froni 5:00 -
Rita Gray and her. husband Colin of E'ernandina' 7:00 pm today at the fusieral homre..
.Beach,~ FL, his two brothers, Arthur Alvarez Funeral services will be at 11:00 am, on
and Augustus Alvarez, both of Tampa, FL, Seven Thursday, from the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-
grandchildr-en,. Uisa Cairrll, Angle Mc Means, Heard Funieral Home with, his son-in-law, Pastor
Alison Dorsey,. Bo Alvarez, Tricia' Parkin, Matthew Tauscher, of Calvary Baptist Church,
Cameron; Gray, and Inigh Ann Puca, Nineteen Fernandina Beach; FL, officiating.
great-grandchildren, four great-great-grand- A short graveside~ service will follow and be
children and his beloved pet dog, Cleo. conducted by family friend, Erpie Hand of~
The family will receive friends in the Buriyess 'Jacksonville, FI, Mr. Crater will be laid to rest
SCha el of Oxleyjr-eard Funetal Home on "'in the family section of Bosqiue Bello Cemetery
.Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 PM. Funeral serv- with' military honors accorded by the East
ices will be private. Nassau Honor Gizard.
SIn lieu of flowers memorials may be inside to Pallbearers will be: David Jones, Micah
the irbor Alvarez Babe Rutli Imague Baseball` Tauscher, Za'ch Tauscher, Andreu Powrell,
Memorial Fuild at First Coast Commu'nity Bank, W .iayne Teaster and Shannon O'Conner,
.1750 S. 14th St, Fernandiga Beach, FL, 32034,: Zfonorary pallbueares will be: Virgil
- Please share his liffstor'y at wwwi~oxley- Davis, Harvey Carter, lames Jones aind John
heardcom.Oxle-Heard Funrail Directors JoHis fnily invites you to share your thoughts
and fond memories with them at wwwoxley-
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, Mr. David SonieL ,CraterI, age 75, of o etkSr
Fernandina Beach, went' home ~to be with the Rbr l brr r
Iard on Mohday evening, Februlary 22 2010. He
passed away. at home,<,surrqunded by, loved. ...~...Rabert Lee Ybarra Sr., born September 26,
ones.-i,; ~, i. ::,. :..'! .. :r:::In~qusr:19%5f;`i I Ppit Lavaca, Texas, passed:;away
Born Novembe 4 1934 it *Fzii Hills, NJ:. he~ February4~4, 20194indlouston~, Texasur" *
was the eldest of the two sons ~. ,Zachr y Constr auction:
of 'the late' Charles Earl and Company employed him as a
Sylvia .Arundel Crate~r. He --welder.
graduated from Bernardsville He-leaves behind his lov-
High School, Class of 1952, ing girlfriend of 16 years,
Bernardsville, NJ. He enlisted ,Wendy Geiger.
in the U.S. Air Force in 1958. Funeral services were
He served in Morocco during held at the Klein Funeral
peacetime as a Radar Home Chapel in Houston,
Repairman. He was honorably discharged as a Texas, on February 18, 2010, with Deacon Al
Staff Sergeant. .Prescott, Prince of Peace Catholic Community,
SIn 1959, he and his wife,."Betty" Elizabeth officiatigg.
Jefferson, settled in Jacksonville, FL, Mr. Crater
worked over thirteen years for Wilson Toomer DEg I g TIC
Fertilizer Company as a Maintenance
Electrician. In 1971, he began his new job with
Container Corporation of Aenrica (CCA) that Mr. Edwin A. "Ed" Dickey, age 72, of
brought his family to Fernandina Beach, Florida. Jacksonville died Saturday morning, Feb. 20,
Mr. Crater, better known as "Big Dave" retired 2010 at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville
from (CCA) as a Maintenance Ele~ctrician, in .Beach. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. on
1997. Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010 ft om the Burgess
He was a member and past Presidentof the Chapel of. Oxley-Heard Funeral Honge. His
BEW Local l924, had served on the Board of family will receive friends from 1 p.m. on
Directors for. the Container Mutual Credit Saturday until the hour of service at the funer-
Uin, h I.E.W.eande KrfA etic Clu He al home.Oxe-arunalreos

Throughout his lifetime, his habit was to Irene Sophie Lopata, 92, of Fernandina
read the daily paper. He was known by family Beach died Feb. 22, 2010.
and friends for freely sharing both vegetables Oxley-HeardFunel-alDirecrors
raised in his garden and his well-considered I
opinions in a number of "Intters to the Editor" Jusdtie F. Rucci, 91, ofYulee died Monday
published in the Fernandina BeachlNewrs-Leader morning, Feb. 22, 2010 at Baiptist Medical Center
and Flan'da Times Union. He wrote well and pro- in Fernandina Beach. Funeral att~angements
duced a monthly newsletter for the CCA retirees were incomplete at time of publication.
for a few years. He always had a very positive Green Pine Funeral Horne


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For the Newus Leader

The New Year has brought
-- a new program available to
.some of the elderly residents
of Nassau County.The Agency
we for Health Care Administration
(AHCA) and the Depar~tment
of Elder Affairs (DOEA)
expanded the Long Term Care
Diversion Program.(LTC'DP)
under state Medicaid to include
Nassau County for the first
time.
SThe primary purpose of the
program is to provide home and
community based services to .
the Medicaid eligible individ-
Sual who is at riski of nursing
home place meit.
Beginning in 2000, the pro-
gram opened in just a few coun-
ties in the southern half of
Florida and has bben expanded
to now well over 30 courities. It
assists the state to save approx-
imately two-thirds the cost of .
paying for nursing homei care
under the Medicaid program.
One of the lienefits to the indi-
'roviderS vidual is to support them to con-
tinue to reside in their home or
that of their family or caregiver.

proga emu mee tte forllf
ing criteria: 1) age 65 or older; :
2) have Medicare partsAand B .
*or a Medicare H MO; 3) reside '
* in a participating county; 4)
Meet the physical requirements
a as determined by the state; and
* 5 meet (be ~iancial yequie-
*- fthe'trdit'TrlWicald appr-oval

e~ ifs assigned a care manager who
e~~ assesses the needs of the indi- .
.-vidual and creates an individu-
: alized plan of care to meet their
'stated needs. Some of the pos-
* sible services which may be
* authorized include, in-home
** personal care, homemaking,
shopping, home delivered
** meals, emergency response
'system, consumable medical
supplies, adult day care or assis-
Stance in the cost of an assisted .
living facility.
Qualification for the pro-
gram begins with a referral to
the CARES unit of the DOEA.
~To make a referral or for more
- information and to request an
~ .assessment, call (904) 391-3920.
~For: additional information and
education regarding the pro-
Sgram, call American Eldercare
at (904) 724-5600.~ BU






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Her Journey's Just Begun

Her Journey's Just Begun
Don't think of her as gone away,
her journey's just begun,
SLife holds so many facets;
, this earth is onl y one,
. ust think of her as resting
fom te sorrows and h tem' ,
SIn a place of warmth and comfort'
where there are no days or years,
TIhin~k howy she must be wishing,
That we could larow today, .
How nothing but our sadness,

And thk ofhe as lving,
in the hearts of those she touched
For nothing loved is ever lost,
and she was loved so muc .


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how to apply and participate
in a 2/1 matched savings pro-
Sgram and realize your dream
~of home ownership, continu-
ing education or starting a
Business. Enjoy a presenta-
tion by the Youth in Action
Program and refreshments.
For information call Vernetta
Spaulding at 261-0801.



The community is invited
Sto a Black History program
on Feb 27 at 12:30 p.m. at the
Peck Center Auditorium. The
guest speaker will be Annette
Calfee, the Financial Center
manager of Wachovia Bank,
Calfee is new to the communi-
ty and looking forward to
meting all Of you.
-The event is sponsored by
Inpuryne and Vernetta Spauld-
ing along with the Youth In
Action Participants of North-
east Florida Community
Atior 1%nc. For informa-


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boat owner. Or, they can also serve as
signposts of the modern era. With the
release of the annual Top 10 List of Most
Popular Boat Names by Boat Owners

stands out
."Bail Out, the number five pick, clear-
ly speaks volumes about what's on
boaters' minds," said BoatU.S. President
Nancy Michelman. "With today's eco- .
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MlCahlS Orientation
Micah's Place invites the
public to its monthly orienta-
tion on Feb. 25 at 5:30 p.m.
Imarn more about its servic-
es, family violence` issues and
volunteering. Call 491-6364,
ext. 102 to RSVP and for loc~a-
tion. Orientations are held on
the fourth Thursday of every
moth.


The Northeast Florida
Cominunity Action Agency,
Inc. will host a free informa-
tion seminar on the Individu-
Salized Development Accounts'
(IDA) and Financial Literacy
Program from 6-8 p.m. Feb.
25 at the Peck Center Auditor-
ium, 516 South 10th St. Imarn





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iContinued from 1A
SFufidio said the current
methodology is. particularly
onerous for smaller projects,
which don't generate as much
Traffic as large developments
but are held to the same stan-
dards. The new methodology,
he said, would be more equi-
table.
."It creates a tiered review
area based on the amount of
traffic generated," he said.
"Very simply put, the larger the
development, the larger the
review area."
For smaller developments,
the traffic study would focus
only on the road directly
impacted by the development. '
For larger developments, traffic
impactt would be studied within
a tw;o-mile- radius
Fuildio. salid the new
.methodolopgy win'dd not affect
concurrency on jilA, since that
road is already~ failurer.
"A1A~ betweerr US 17 and
Amelia Islalnd Parkway is at or
above 110 pet-cent already, so
we're not doing anything that
affects that," he said. "If you're
on another countjiroad say,
Chester Road - and you're a
couple iniles ;;p and you have a
$ mall development, you're prob-
ably going to get a green light
under this."
Comrissioner Bar ry
Holloway asked Fufidio to clar-
ify that mlich of A1A's "failure"
was condurren~cy that had been
granted to developments that
had not yet been built.
"I thinkyou nreed to say that
a lot of that is vested conlcur-
rency and not operational con-
currency," he said.
"Forty-four percent of that
concurrency is not there yet,"
Fufidio said. "It's so-called
'ghost trips.'" -
"With this approved, would
it be harder or easier to get con-
currency?" Holloway asked.
"For the smaller projects,
it'll probably be a little easier -
but I think it should be easier,',
Fufidio said. "We have a on*
size-fits-all approach. Metaphor-
ically, it's like a tripleextra-large
shirt on Commissioner John-
. .9sonr.It's completely ~n neces-
sar We went way overboard in
';1 ~ahd' it's tak~en it1 years to
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Danny -Lee per said. "... How
many developments are wait-
ing for this to happenn"
"I have two or three, but I
think it's a win-win, because all
of them are going to have to
scale back their plans," Fufidio
said. "You're going to see a few
more projects, perhaps, but .
they're going to be, smaller in
Scopee"
"If we approve this tonight,
will it add trips or take trips
away?" lolloway asked.
"On balance it will be effec-
tively neutral, but fairer and
more equitable to smaller devel-
opments," Fufidio said.
Ireper wanted to make sure
developers couldn't circumvent
the "small development" des-
Signation by staggering con-
struction,
"So what we're looking at is
smaller pockets of develop-
ment," he said. "So if someone
wanted to do 400 (trips), would
they be able' to get a few here
and a few there until they get
S400?"
"When we have a develop
ment phasing iil, we look at the
cumulative effects, so no, they
couldn't piecemeal it in,"~ Fufidio
said. .-
Johnson mo~ved~to approve
the new methodology, but note
of the other commissioners
would second. her motion -
~wh'ich stymied Commissioh
Chair Mike Boyle. .
.. UWe have a handful of con- ,
Currency experts in this room.
... They all say that this will not
increase traffic in fact, it'll
probably be neutral~, despite
what skeptics may s'ay,": Boyle
Said. "So I'in kind ofata loss on
why people don't want to move
on this."
hI the end, Boyle ceded the
gavel to Vice Chair Walter
Boatright and seconded
Johnson's motion himself -- at'
which point the commission
approved the new methodology
unatiimously.
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Region of Little league for 22
Lirtes eaguum dod Sere n
was entitled to return -to
Williamsport each year as~a
member of the World Series
Little League Umpires
Alumni. He umpired for 50
years.
Alvarez promoted a grant:
for the lot on Bailey Road for
four softball diamonds. The
fields were opened with a soft-
ball tournament where then-
mayor Ben Soreqson con-
gratulated him with a plaque
and a sign that read "Ybor
Alvarez Sp~orts Complex"
affixed to the concession
stand.
The fields opened on Ybor
Alva~rez Day, proclaimed by
t'he city on April 20, 1985.
Obituary. 2A


"(Experts) say that this will not
increase traffic in fact, it'll
probably be neutral, despite
what skeptics may say.
SMIRE BOYLE. CHAIR
NASSAU COUNTY COMMISSION


1, along with my constituents.
travoel (AMA) wuith tre~pidation.
... All ofourpersonalv vehicles
harve received damage while
traveling ,SR 200. '
STATE REP. JANETADRINS


A1A will not completely take
care of the problem, but I feel
like we have to do something."
In a Feb. 23 letter, FDOT
Interim District SecretaryIsra
B. H'ollingsworth assured
Adkins that action would be
taken.
"As an immediate response
to the rapidly deteriorating
conditions, the department has
decided to put a contract in
place thatwillpIerform asphalt
'pavement repairs to the worst
areas," Hollingsivorth wrote.
"Bids are` scheduled to be
opened on March 9, 2010, for .
this interim asphalt repair cori-
tract."
Hollingsworth added that
FDOT intended to secure a .
contractor and begin repairs
by early to mid-April.
"Further, I have directed
maintenance forces to step up
their efforts, especially the
cleaning and sweeping, until '
the repair contractor can start
'work," she added.
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A Continued from 1A
Adkins added that she
knew FDOT faced funding
shortages, but that the condi-
tion of the road demanded at
least a temporary solution. .
"... There is an obligation
to use any contingency fund-
ing or resources to repair or
patch existing severe decom-
position of this roadway if the
entire roadway is unable to be
fixed at this time," she said.
Adkins also demanded that
FDOT begin sweeping A1A
daily to remove gravel-
Adkins said Monday she
was hopeful that FDOTwould
.act on her request. .
(Kopelousos)lassured me
that they would be takling
steps," she said. "... What I had
asked her to do in the letter
was to just look at laying down
some asphalt on the worst
ar-eas ofA1A. She assured me
that that would begin. ...' I
understand laying down
asphalt in the worst sections of


SLIDE Conti ~ed f~ot 1A
plans were approved by the
city's Technical Review
Committee in September
2008s.
According to the Nassau
`Property Appraiset-'s website,
the city owns 1.7Z acres on
Tarpoil Avenue, valued at $3.2


millon. That acreage, which is
divided by roads mnto several
different-sections, includes
the skate park and a triangu-
lar section that is being leased
by S'lippery Whenr Wet.
For more information, go
to the city's website at
www.fbfl.us.
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University ofFlorida
GAINESVILLE --
Florida's consumer confidence
fellin February, reflecting con-
cerns about unemployment
that is growing worse state-
wide even as it improves for
fhe nation at large, according
to a new University of Florida

"While atolunemploy-
ment -edged downward in
January to 9.7 percent,
Florida's unemployment in-
creased to 11.8 percent," said
Chris Mc~Carty, survey direc-
tor of UF's Bureau of Eco-
..nomic and Business Research.
"This month Floridians may
b~e coming to ~terms with the
possibility that Florida's econ-
omy will not recover at the
same pace as other states."
Three-of the components
that make up the index
declined, and two increased.
The decline in the overall
.indexfollows an increase in
dJanudryway4 .:r:-.. as R''!
"Janu~arfS~~ index Abefriet0
more optimistic:than it should
have been given the econom-
ic climate in Florida," McCarty
said, "It's worth noting that
January's higher index value
Swas based on data collected

pomnh girsa fr flur da
On the positive side,
respondents report ~progress
-in their current personal
finances, Mc Car ty said. Some
of the optimism may result


from increased savitig, imp-
revrement in home prices com-
parted to the pasttwo years as
well as a sense of stability in
the U.S. stock market, he said.
T 'liere is no question that -
the eConomy is in better shape
Than it was even one year ago,"
She~said. "Financialmarketsare .
functioning 'and, banks are
leriding, although' they are
being cautious. Many of the
bad loaris made during the lat-
ter part~of the housing boom
have cleared and the extent of
'the .effects is riow largely
known."
All fve of the components
that make up the February
index are above. what they
were a year ago, he said.
"The problem comes down
to employment and the pjoten-
tial effects of extended high
unemployment another areas
ofthe economy, such as retail
sales and housing," McCar'ty
said.
..- ."This-monthkitisvery like-- .
bJly I h~atf R(hlemployment in
Florida~bfiii top"Thr ier&Wt,"" :
he said. "It is hard to imagine
how Florida's consumer con-
fidence will make any sub-
stantial gains when unem-
.ployment continues to
increase."
nesI ur 2 T ymnet cn i
cent through 3010, as is
expected, consumer -confi-
.dence and consumer spend-
ing are likely, to remain ane
mic," he said.


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Continued from 1A
in Jacksonville.
Alvarez told her he got
together with those buddies
from the mill and they started
playing some baseball. Soon
after, teams started forming
in Calla'han, Yulee and Hilliard
and a league took shape that .
eventually involved teams
from Jacksonville and St.
Marys, Ga. .
When his eldest son got
old enough to play, Alvarez
became a coach and helped
start youth baseball for his
boy and the other children of
Fernandina. They started with
four teams.
Alvarez moved from coach
to umpire and became the
chief umpire for the Southeast .


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Today's Financhia Markets," wyill be offered beginning March 9
at Florida State College's Nassau Center In Yulee.
The class, taught by local financial advisor Steve Nicklas,
will cover aspects of the financial markets, including stocks
addbo ds ad po ula Irvmn t ve cles sc h an mutual

MCcht s $36, which Includes all materials. Students must
pre-register at the college and make checks payable to
Flonda State College. The college can be reached at 548-
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A drivecdown US 41 through
Naples provides a fancifu~lvista
of mega-wealthy neig'hbor-
hoods that rival Beverly Hills.
However, behind the` glitzy
facades of waterfalls and -30-
foot-tall gates, there are often
:,lnished '":ncedheems Ii a
r-esorts gone bust.
About one-third of the op~u-
lent: resorts in this Southwest
Floridla area are either bank-
r upt or suffering financial
strains, according to sources.
Not unlike places such as San
Dieg-o and Ims Vegas that rev-
eled iri the boom and have suf-
fored in the fizzle. .
And similar to the plight of
the Amelia Island Co. The
owner./manager of the nation-
ally renowned Amelia Island
Plantation r~esor~t is scrambling
to restructure its mounting
Debts and reorganize through
the bankruptcy courts.
If only it was that simple.
SWith many premier resorts
looking to be acquired or court-
ing financiall partners, troubled
pr'opet-ties have less hope of
attracting necessary funds.
"There are too many good deals
o~ut there,"' an industry source
says. "Why would you even
mess with (them)?"
,The level of the fliaiacial
problems at the Plantation is
dlifficult to ascei-tain, since it is
privateand not required to pub-
licly raireal its.iinancial ~condi-
tioin. Insiders who know the sti-
tus are tight-lipped.
And rightfully so. A messy


bankruptcy
can impact a
resort's pres-
tige, tourist
appeal and
ability to
even operate
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their houses PIACE
or condomin-
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Sden turo
frpm what appeared an endless
path of prosperity for the
Plantation. Company officials
aggressively pursued acqluisi-
Stionts and expansion. Within the
resort, the Amelia Inn was built
to provide a hotel-like setting,
while the conference rooms
were refurbished to attract prof-
itable conventions and.compa-
ny gatherings.
In addition, Plantaffoig offi-
cials took over the former Royal ,
Amelia Golf Course, with the ;
intention of building a grand
clubhouse ordering the
Intracoastal Waiterwayi. They
also spent substantial time' and
money on plans to develop
Crane Island.
.lUnder. an appearance o'f
bountiful funding and leve~nues,
a spring of leirerage was being
stretched. This .is a common
Theme with'resorts experienc-
ing f~inncial problertis, industry
experts say.- Ai~d excessive
leverage is a poisonous formu-


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FortheNevs-Leader


O~ne major piece of lbgisla-
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nast yar ,b e Ceit Cr
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la that often drives: away
prospective investor's.
If all goes well, the company
will. reorganize warding off
debts and emerge a leaner
company. Plantation~members
and homeowners arie weighing
their options alid tr ying to
str~engthen their collective posi-
tion. The homeowners' associ-
ation owns the roads, gates and
Other vital arteries of the resort.
The Plantation company ons
and operates the amenities, the
inn and conference rooms and
the golf courses.
) The Plantation has attract-
ed interest from outside part-
riers. An Irish company was in
the process of buying a con-
trolling interest in the company ~
before the devastating .real
estate downturn prompted it to
back out. And a large insurance
company has inquired about
.providing sources of funding. ~
If a new' management firm
~acquir-es the Plantation, a typi-
cal strategy is to bring in its


own top management.
Inevitably,.to rein in costs and ~
'return to, profitability, staff
would be cixt; amenities would
be reduced and other expenses
limited. The~ resort is 30 years
old, so eventual renovations aind
capital spending would face any
suitor.
.The Planltatiow'ILshe: of tie
largest employdkrt ill Nass'au
County.1It also 'Sidpports many
tourism-related industries such '
as restaurptits ~and shops here.
And it pays' a bunch of tax dol-
lars to the county
All is.hardly! lost. In fact, an
improvi~~ng iotifty giniba revi-
.talized real estate mlar~ket co'urld
help the Planrlation regain its .
financial footin&Aqd:Jriere is
money chasinfl oiher iipal estate
ventures in a pigJ! pf renewed
economic life.. ',
One lavish resor-talong the
-eastern seaboard of the UI.S.
recently attracted '80 offer s
when it went up for sale. The
.offers came from hotel compa-
nies and insurance companies
Sand resort-management firms.
SSo there is money and inter-
Sest at the right price for the
Sright .property.' Certainly, the
Plantation is a top-tiet resort
with a lucrative, dynamic com- .
bmnation of beaches and golf
courses and million-dollar hous-
es. .-
However, the countryside is
littered with posh resorts with
pockmarks of financial insta-
bility. You have to look no far-
ther than South Florida, or
Southeast Georgia or North
Florfda.
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Advisor wrho lives on Amelia .
Island. He can be reached at
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WEDNESDAY, February 24, 2010 BUSINESS News-Leader


HEATHERA.PERRY
Newvs Leader

Ani t s 6 year lad in the
Association of Realtors, Clyde
Goodbread has retir~ed.
"When I took over, we only
had 96 members and we had a
little office down in the old
schoolhouse. It was my dream
oi- my vision to have our own
building. My big thing was
how Can we say,we're promot-
ing home ownership when we
don't even have our own
home, we're renting."
Now the organization
boasts 320 members and has
its headquarters at 910 South
14th St., where it is the focal
point for the real estate mar-
ket in Nassau County. The
organization provides educa-
tion, acts as a multiple listing .
service and maintains prof~es-
sional standards. The associa-
tioil belongs to both the
Florida Association of Realtors
and the National Association
of Realtors.
Goodbread said his
favorite part of leading the '
association was working to
improve the reputation of the
realtors and improve their
'involvement in the coinmuni-
The mobst difficult part wait
when it was necessary to dis-
cipline: a realtor if there had
been a complaint filed against
them. "Often it was honest~
mistakes," he~said.
Born and raised in Yules,
Goodbread says~he's stayed I.
close to home most of his life .
"I went off for 23 years,
seeing the world, and then I
came back home" after serv-
ingain theU.Sd Army, rti 1 n
Although he is retiring
from the realtors association,
Goodbread won't be sitting on
the front porch in a rocking
chair.
A good deal of his time will
be spent at Amielia Shotgun -
Sports, a sport shooting range
he opened two years ago. The
club is situated on Hot Shot
Trail off doodbread Road in
Yulee on proper ty his family -
has owned for three genera-


Wendyi Sapp takes over as head of
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tionls.
"People enjoy it. We'offer
four different kinds' of shoot-
ing skeet, trap, sporting clay
and five-stand sporting."
On days when he's not at
the shooting range, a
Goodbreadf is looking forward
to spending more time with
wife, Jutta, grown children
Thomas, Stefan, Butch and
Francis, 12 grandchildren and
the family's long-haired
Chihuahua, King.
Taking over the reins at
the realtors association is
Weridy Sapp, who worked
closely with Good bread for .
More than 20 years.
"She has my full confi-
dence that she will do an
excellent Job," said,
Goodbread. -
"New ideas anid new blood
keep thiiigs active. An organi-



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zation is like a human, if
you're not changing or grow-
ing, that's when you die."
A Ferilandina Beach
native, Sapp is a member of
the Optimist Club and also
coaches cheerleading at
Fernandina Beach Middle
School.
"I feel quite humble to be
chosen and excited with the
Challenge of the position. As~
before, I have always felt my
duties were to make the asso-
clationgrun smoothly. I don't
'feel like that has changed.
After 21 years of~service, the
membership felt that I would
alwaysh keep their best interest
at; heart."
When not busy running .
the association, Sapp ~enjoys
running and,ridingr motorcy-
cles.
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Sapp.


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reasons for seeking public
office.
"It is so important that we
preserve our city's history
while building for the future,"
Blalock said. "My years as a
local businessman and com-
'munity volunteer place me in a
unique position to help shape
and create that plan for our
future."
Blalock is the second can-
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mission seat. Arlene Filkoff
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lier. They seek to replace
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 2010 NEWS News-Leader


Halfway through


'The881 B Ra


earned a bachelor's .degree
from Georgia State Univers'ity.
He has been married to the for-
mer Martha Partin for 36 years.
The couple has three children
- Brett, Amelia and Mary -and
six grandchildren.
He is a member. of St.
Peter's Episcopal Church~
whet'e he has served on the
vestry and as senior warden.
:I want my children and
grandchildren to have the same
quality of life as P've enjoyed,"
Blalock said. "And I am willing
to work hard to make that hap-
pe'n.
Qualifying for the esty elec-
tion began Feb. 12 and contin-
ues through 5 p.m. March 12.
Qualifying packetss may .be
obtained form the city clerk,
~202 Ash St, between a~m. and
5 p.m. Monday-Friday.


wiho cannot run again because
of term litnits.
Only one of the five city
commission seats is up for elec-
tion April l3. There also will be
a straw ballot for mayor and 11
proposed amendments to the
city charter.
A resident of Fernandina
Beach since 1963, Blalock has
served the community in
many capacities including as a
president and board member
for the chamber of commerce
and as a president of the
Downtown Business
Association.
Blalock's government expe.
rience includes service on the
city's Planning and Zoning
Advisory Board, Financial
Advisory Board and as an alter-
nate member of the Board of
Adjustments. .


"I would work to streamline
the city's business processes,
and that includes a review of
the current city ordinances,"
Blalock said mn announcing his
candidacy. "It~is possible that
we could generate additional
efficiencies by updating the
ordinances and maybe sunset
ordinances that are outdated
or promoted old business prac-
tices.
Blalocki began his career in
1972 as vice president and gen-
eral. manager'of' Land and
Williams, Inc. He later owned
and operated one of Centre
Street's most well knowh busi-
nesse's, Partins Men's Store.
He is presently a realtor with
Prudential Chaplin Williams
Realty.
A graduate of Fernandina
Beach High Schiool, Blalock


ng
n."
ch
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ace
ity
or
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led
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launched by his starri
role in "The Maltese Falco
Four performances Mar
45 at 8 p.m!. and Mar
6-7 at 2 p m. -- will take pl
at the Amelia Commnun
Theatre.
Visit ACT's box office,
call 261-6749 between 11 a
and 1 p.m.. on Tuesd
Thursday or Saturday for ti
ets-$10 for adults and $5
children.
Support for the Nass
County program is provide
by a $10,000 grant from t
National Endowment for t
Arts and'by the Friends of
Iibrary
Other communities re;
ing The Maltpse~ Falcon
ch~ide New Orle~ans, Lynl
burg, Va., Bridgeport, Con
Fer~ndale, Mich., Ma
field, Ohio, New Castle, In

Hie, Aaska, 1athain~e
Wayne, N.J., and. Yakin
Wash.
Other communities, su
as Tampa, are reading The
Luck Club; or the Stories a
Poemrs of Edgiar Allan P
Brunswick, Ga.;. in
lauderdale, The Adventuire
Tom Sawryert Love Medicr
in Miami; and Call ofthe Wl
in Live Oak. .
For` information abe
additional local' Big Re
events, tisit wwwV~Wnas~
reads.com.


Nassau County is just
more than halfway through
its three-month schedule of
30 events associated with a
nationwide reading program,
The Big Read
Nassau County is one of
268 Big Read communities
nationwide reading one of 31
great books. There are 20 Big
Read communities reading
The Maltese Falcono, which is
the book being read here.` -
Remaininig ticketed events
are two special dining
events at O'Kane's Irish
Pub that include a showing of
the 1941 award-winning
film, "The Maltese F~lcon,"
and the play Man with
Bogart's Face at the Amelia
Community Theatre,
The two events at O'Kane's r
Irish Pub are Dine with the '
Falcon (6:30 p.m., Friday; $20
foe lrends of the Librarn
members) and Lunch with the
Falcon (11:30 a.m., Saturday,
$15 for FO)Lmembers and $20
for non-merribers), Call 277-
7365, e-mail libraryinfo@
nassaucountyfl.com-or visit
the Nassau County Public
Library at Fernandina Beach
or www.nassa~ureads.com, to
reserve space, :
S"Man with Bogart's Face,"
a two-act rihdio comedy drama
by Abdrew J. Fenady, satirizes
Huinphrey Bogart's hard-
boiled detective movies,


LOcal Ha ti: rehief dr ve exended


Ich The Nassau County Medical
Joy Society and Mission Harvest
end America are extending -the
'oe, Reach Out to Help Haiti ~
Ft. 'Earthquake :Relief Driv4
sof :through March 5 to continue
ine helping the devastated~nation
rild that was struck by a 7~.0 earth-
quake more than a month aigo.
out Local medical offices are col-
3ad letting donations and deliver-
sau ing them to Mission Harv'est
America's Jacksonville distri-
bution warehouse, where they
Swill be sorted and shipped to ,
Haiti.
"'We decided to extend the
relief drive: we would like to '
continue helping the h-aitian .
.people during this criticM time '
of need," said Dr. Diva Nagula,
one of the relief drive's organ- :
,Zizers.
l Drop of the following iteins `
at one of four area locatioils: `
;ses powdered milk, baby food and
formula, canned goods includ.
zeing meats,'fish and stew (pop~
ert tops are preferred) juice boxes,
bottled water, oatmeal and pan-
,ple cake mix, bags of rice or beans,
flashlights and batteries, can
t... openers, bug repellent, sanitiz-
ing wipes, diapers, children's
clothing, trash bags, tents,
Sleeping bags, baby blankets,
underwear (new ouly), toi-
letries, first-aid kits and sup-
plies, antibiotic ointments,
Trylenol, Advil, Benadryl, cold
~medicine: and vitaminst Drop
Eoff locations are:
*First Coast Pain Manage-
.ment, 960194 Gateway


~1' :.'I~T The Nassau
: 1? ''County Medfical
Society's Haiti
Earthquake Relief
Drive. has been
i; extended through
SMarch 5. With
:i:;:some of the items

left, Dr. E. William
. McGrath Jr., pres-
Pi ~ident of the -
SNassau County
'Medical Society,
Dr. Nancy Felix,
2 B, Orthopaedic &
% .- 4 Sports Medicine
d Center, and Dr.
Diva: Nagula, First
'~~'~~' Coast Pain
1' ~ ~ ;'-;1 Management,
whose offices are
R~n~fr~diop-off points for
~,OII~ "PP~the drive.
suswITrED

Boulevard, Suit'e 106, Fernan- the Florida Baptist Convention withi ciantents cost approxi-
dina Beach to help the people of Haiti. This mately $30 and shipping is esti-
Amelia Island Surgery project consists of & gallon mated as $10.
Center, 2416 Lynndale Road, buckets filled with food for If anyone would like to con--
Fernandina Beach Haitian families. Long after the tribute money, in any amount,
rthopaedic & Sports food is gone, these bucketswiill to this ~project, please send
Medicine Center, 2416 be valuable: items for carrying checks marked "Bu~kets of
Lynndale Road, Suite 2lo-A water or other items and for Hope" to Amelia Baptist
Fernandina Beach storage. ~.Church, 961167 Buccaneer
*North Florida OB/GYN, The buckets will be shipped Trail, Fernandina Beach FL
850966 North Highway US 17, to Haiti by the Florida Baptist 32034.
Yulee. ;miii-~ill rioul mage endsiconvention and willibadi~i~strib-cognie telephl~nt iqm4)pamberb
Also, Amlelid ~Baptist Chtw~cr < 'uted by local Haitian. chalrth- 2:;61-9527. Ondshundredipanent
has joined churches through- .es.. ~of the money rtrollec~ted will go
out Florida by participating in The food will feed a family directly.to purchase and ship
the Buckets of Hope project of for several days. The buckets' these Buckets of Hope.


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VOICE OF: THE PEOPLE


COMMUUNITY THANKS

Dessert ts ofAmella
Fernandina Beach Middle School held its
annual Desserts of Amelia fundraiser Feb. 5
sponsored by the ET.O. This marked the 14th
year for Desserts ofAmeia. Orice again, it was
a huge success. We would not be able to pro-
vide such a wonderful evening for our com-
munity without the help of our awesome and
generous business owners. Please help FBMS
give a huge thank you to the following:
Beech Street Grill, In~ive's, Walt' Disney
World, Amelia River Golf, Fernandina Beach ,
Golf Club, Golf Club of Amelia Island at .
Stimmer Beach, North Hampton, Lisa
Cirulnick, Doug and Corinne Woodcock, Tom
and Bobbi Birch, Hampton Inn, Indigo Alley,
NortGsaMeetgagned rae no H land
Bella Medical and laser Spa (Kathryn Wells),
A~Janet Lynn Salon, ABC Learning Resource
Center, Absolute Medical & Chiropractic,
Alhambra Theatre, All About You, Altered -
Image Hair Salon, Amelia Arts Academy,
Amelia DentaglGroup, Art & Antique Centre
of Amelia Island, At Home Amelia, B&B
Graphic Designs, Barefoot Butterfly Design,
Beadlemania, Bean's School of Dance, Beef
O'Bradys, Bella Capelli, Beyond Taboo Tattoo,
Bo &r Mike's Detail Shop, Bonito's Grill, Books
Plus, Boston's Gourmet Pizza, Mike Bowlin,
Bu~y-Gones, Richard Calhoun, Carmike
Ciniretnsi~raspiecillNails~i changes ~thIr Salodr~i.
IC~hfistma's~onthe Rive Sub'~Pu -e4 Fitnessif e
Coastal Vision, City of Fernandina Beach,
Rachel Cole, Crawford Jewelers,' Dave &
Busters, Divine Finds, Dottie B. Florist,
Rebecca and Jesse Duke, Elizabeth Point
Lodge, Fairy Tales Mobile Grooming, Fancy
Sushi, First Coast Community Bank, First
Coast Goodyear, Food Lion, Game Stop, The
Gauzeway, Gennaro's Ristorante Italiano, Go
Yoga, Greyfield Inn, H&H Tire, Hampton Inn,
HaNa Sushi,' Harbor Wear, Holly Allan
Photography,~ Hollywood Theatres, Home
Depot, Hot Dogs Pet Spa, Images(Diane Hoag,
Kevin Burges's), Island Massages,J&S Frame
Galleryi, Jana Inigh Designs, Kayak Amelia,
Lisa Allen's Dance Works, Maigna's Merge
Restaurant, Misti Lynn Char ters, Montego
Bay Coffee, Moon River, Nassau Diamond,
Nassau Nails, New York Nails, News-Leader,
Olive Garden, P5 Production,' Pak's Karate,
Panera Breagd, Philly Boyz, Pilate~s of'Amelia,
Inc., Pinch-APenny, Pineapple Patch, Quizno's,
Red Bones, Red Otter Outlitters, The Ritz-
Carlton, Amelia Island,.Robison Jewelry Co.,
Julie A. Ruiz, Sea Breeze, Sears, City of
Fernandina Beach skatepark, Slider's Seaside
Grill, Sol Pedal Cycling Studio, Richard
Spencer, Steve Johnson Automotive, Sun
Galleryr The Plantation Shop, Terra Catering
and Personal Chef (Elizabeth McCranie), Van
and Stacy Simmons, Tony's Brick Oven Pizza,
STwisted Sisters, Universal Studios, Queenie
Washington, Wild Adventures, YMCAYT-Yoga
and Music by Crescendo. Desserts: 29 South,
Carolyn's Cakes, Espana, Chick-fil-A, Amelia
Island Plantation, The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia
Island, Peterbrooke, Chez Lezan Bakery, Caf6
Karibo, T-Ray's, Doo Wop Diner, Old South
Yankee, Amelia Island Coffee, Cold Stone,
Patty Cakes, Crab'1'rap, Jack-n-Diane, Slider's
Seaside Grille, Tony's Brick Oven Pizzeria,
Subway, Luigi's, Murray's Grill, Pepper's
Mexican Restaurant and Pablo's Mexican
Restaurant.
Thalk you so very much for your support
of the teachers at Fernandina Beach Middle
School!
Christy Glaxton
FBMS P.T.O.



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of the ~NAACP is a functioning
organization in the community
ready to serve the needs of our cit-
izens.
Any grievances or concerns can
be presented at any regular meeting
of the organization.
Meetings are held every second
Monday at the~ Peck Center begin-
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Thank you to all who helped get
rid of our Stonehenge. The entrance
to the island looks better.
SHey, while you're on roll, could
you~ see what you can do about the
billboards?
Cynthia Parish
Fernandina Beach


COMMUNITY THANKS

*oo Chi'
RAIN Humane Society would
like to thank Stein Mar~t for at rang-
ing another, pet food drive. Due to
the kindness of Stein Mart's gen-
erous customers and employees,
more than 500 pounds of dog and
cat food was collected. This food
will be distributed to needy fami-
lies in Nassau County through
RAIN's "Food Chain" program.
Thank you, Stein Mar~t for being a
team player:
Marilyn Jump
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.WEDNESDAY, February 24, 2010 NEWS News-Leader


Opportunity
Sust read the latest job approval ratings for
Sthe President Obama and Congress 48
Percent and 21 percent respectively, not
Good. I wondered, though, what if the
Gallup organization or some equally qual.
ified pollster sampled the people of Fernandina
Beach and Nassau County regarding how they
felt about the city and county commissions?
My feeling is, and I may be off, but I don't
think by much, that the city commission's
approval rating would be pretty low and the
county commission's would be higher, but not
s' nificantly so
gIt appears, judging from the comments of
\ friends and citizens not so weliknown to me,.
that people are concerned abodt the city com-
mission's lack of aggressiveness, creativity, .
lack of ambition when it comes to policy for- .
mation, the absence of a clear legislative agen-
da and a continued propensity to be reactive
rather than proactive. -
The good news is that all of this can change
with an election or two, or three. The chal-
lenge to all of us is finding good, qualified, car-
ing candidates who want the job. Not easy.
The major difficulty when it comes to
recruiting good candidates, I believe, is the
tendency of recruiters to focus on the nega-
tive, to ignore the many, many good things
about being a local elected representative, the
positive things about being a part of local gov-
ernment. For me, it's all about the opportunity
,to aggressively, creatively and positively ~move
this city forward. Considei*: :`'


tion; you would have the opportunity to help
reverse that and begin the process of provid-
ing real, meaningful tax reduction for the peo-
ple of Fernandina Beach.
*You would have the opportunity of exam-
ining the Florida Public Utilities franchise and
beginning the process of determining whether
or not that agreement was good for the people
of Fernandina Beach, or objectively consider
alternatives.
*You would have the opportunity of workc-
ing with other commissioners and sthff to iden-
tify federal and state grants, or. other funds,
appropriate for the city of Fernandina Beach
and developing strategy to secure them. There
would be no need to hire others to do the work
historically, traditionally and successfully done
by commissioners and staff.
*You would have the opportunity
to work with other commissioners in deter-
mining whether or not the current char-ter
officers cityr manager, city attorney and
city clerk are the ones needed to move this
city forward:Ilf they are not, then you will have
the opportunity of helping to find ones who
will.
Key words opportunity, opportunity,
opportunity. The greatest thing about being a..
local commissioner is that you have the real
opportunity to make a difference for your com-
munity. One of five? Yes.- but you can be a
loud one of five; you can be a loud one of five
for right.
Ron Sapp is a former drty commissioner.


*You will have the oppor-
tunity to help complete the
city's waterfront plan. The
plan's been approved, but,
given current economic con-
ditions and the state of the
city's budget, it's going to
take strong, creative leader-
ship to find the funding nec-
essary to finish the job.
DEBATE You will have the oppor-
AND tunity and challenge of work-
TA~h~I]Eiing with staff and fellow com-
missioners to put together
"' and pass budget that keeps
Ron Sap property taxes stable, but
meets the quality of life needs
of the community
*You will have the opportunity to atitiesiot
and object to interpretations of the charter that
undermine and weaken the city's constitution.
.You will have the opportunity to build
additional parks and improve existing ones. .
*You will have the opportunity to acquire,
improve and create public accesses to the
beach, waterfront, Egans' Creek Greenway and
other public spaces; you will have the opportu-
nity to keep public places and spaces pu~bic' by
ensuring and expanding access.
ou will have the opportunity to work .
with the county commission in correcting
many, if not all of the double-taxation situations
now existing. The current commission has
perpetuated and even embraced doubled-taxa-


TOM WOOD
.CHAIRMAN


DINK NESMITH
PRESIDENT ~


CN Community
Ag & pre


No compassion
I am absolutely disturbed over
the treatment of a blind gentleman
in our community. This gentleman
was treated with no compassion at
a gas station on Sadler Road after
walking into another person. The
person he walked into became irate,
angry and downright ugly to him
with words.
How could you have "no com-
passion" for a person that cannot
see? Each of u~s should be thrankful
'that we have our sight; but at th'e
same time, do not take it for grant-
rd. t ime hha te lin a monent,
this article and finds it in his heart
to ask for forgiveness and learn how
to be compassionate to others.
Inuryne Spaulding
SFernandina Beach

FIepecS
If members of the Supreme
Court were elected, I wonder if a
milliori-dollarccampaign gift to their
opponent would be considered free
speech?
bre n:,We Amdficans spend much time
`' and moiley to teach! our childlien
how they should~ conduct them-
selves so that they might have a
happy, honest, loving and fruiitful
existence in our world.
SWhen they finish their formal
schooling, it isn't long until they
find a different world altogether, a
world that rewards had behavior
from many of its people who
Manipulate our system of govern-
ment to benefit themselves and
their kind.
The Constitution was written for
honest people. The framers of the
Constitution left itto the masses to
Keep it that way. We hde failed to do
itWe have allowed money to cor-
rlipt government in many ways;
bribery and thievery are rampant.
SOur Supreme Court is even sus-
pect. We need more accountability
.in every aspect of government,
A good start would be to dis-
solve the present court and elect a
.new one. If nothing is done, we will
probably end up with a golf game
called Supreme Court Golf, where
for $10 more you can use 12-inch
holes rather than the one-inch
holes. The $10 will just be an exten-
sion of ability.
W. H. Burney
Fernandina Beach

DMe for kent -
The season of Ient is the per-
fect time to consider a plant-based
diet. This 40-day period preceding
Easter is when.Clyristians have tra-
ditionally abstained from meat and
dairy in memory of Jesus' 40 days
of fasting and prayer before dying


Son the cross. Such a gesture would ,
be a tangible expression of Jesus'
message of compassion and love
for all living beings. .
Animals are being raisedl for food
under abject conditions of caging,
crowding, deprivation, drugging,
mutilation, and manhandling. When
trucked to slaughterhouses, they
travel for days without food or water
only to be bled, skinned and- dis-
membered while still conscious.
Wastes from factory farms foul the
water we drink and the air we
breathe, .and meat production
accounts for 18 percent of green-
house gases responsible for global
warniing. Most chronic killer dis-
eases are linked to consumption of
animal products.
SWe have choices, and there are
consequences: blessings and curs-
es. We can continue to subsidize
these sins against nature with every
food purchase, or we can show our
respect for Jesus' message by
accepting a wholesome, nonviolent
diet of vegetables, fruits and grains
first mandated in Genesis 1-29.
For additional information, visit
http://veg41enttorg or enter "vegan
recipes" in a search engine for some
exciting cuisine.
Robyn Potter
Fernandina Beach

Medca cut
In a letter dated Feb. 16 a
Jacksonville cardiologist informs
Medicare patients that reductions in
medical care are now being placed
out of reach. On Jan. 1 Secretary of
Health and Human Services
Kathleen Sebelius and the federal


d enter for Medicare and Medicaid .
Services (CMS) cut Medicare ben-
efits 40 percent to 60 percent for
cardiac services.
What does this mean for
Medicare patients? This will signif-
icantly reduce-or eliminate critical
cardiac diagnostic services for
-Medicare patients. Without access
to cardiac evaluations in medical
offices, Mediedre patients have
been forced to seek services in hos-
pital dmergency rooms and hospital
diagnostic centers.
.Rep.~Charles Gonzalez, D-Texas,
has introduced HR 4371, which
would require that CMS reverse
these cuts. More than 180 mem-
bers from both sides of the aisle
wrote similar letters to CMS
demanding this policy not be enact-
ed. -- .
Medicare patients need to con-
tact their representatives and ask
them to support HR 437:1.
Contact Reps. Ander Crenshaw,
Corrine Brown, Cliff Stearns or
John Mica at 440 Cannon House
Office Building, Washington, D.C.
20515.
Jlackson Vann
Hilliard


The mission of the National
Association for the Advancement
of Colored People (NAACP) is to
ensure the political, educational,
social and economic equality' of
rights of all persons and to eliminate
racial hatred and racial discrimina-
tion,
This letter is to inform the pub-
lic that the Nassau County Branch


VIEWPOINT/ERIC CHILDERS/FERNANDINA BEACH



Waving goodbye
Unless, of course, you pay $650 for a vari- t I ugly ewe
ance and the privilege, that sums up a portion Ithe righ
of the upcoming sign ordinance dealing with ~ express
flags in the city of Fernandina Beach. 1BBP-g people f
The city commission will vote to approve ali l t~~Ek flags re~
ordinance restricting the number of flags to be PitssB favorite
flown on any one site or property to three in j 1PC ~ IFlorida/
the city limits. This number is being changed for exan
from two to three because the city currently : always e
doesn't follow its own ordinance, flying three me, not
flags over City Hall. Childers see cit~iz~
This portion of the ordinance results from ------- driveway~
the fear, and I stress the word fear, that mer- flags on
chants will use flags in the business districts to I am filled with pride, not of
garner attention. So what! overzealous display.
I agree sometimes folks will go a little over- What about the people sI
board stuffing their yard or- place of business in nautical flags on the beac
with flags. tasteful and dlistasteful to wl
Sometimes you'll see flags declaring a tantly, we are the "Isle of Eit
place to be open or offering a sale; is this so part of our history, our heril


would tread on
ts of others to
themselves? Some
ly way too many
presenting their
sports team, on
'Georgia weekend
mple, but that
:licits a smile fr'om
contempt. When I
ens line their
y with Amer-ican
the Fourth of July,
fendled by an

selling their name
h, why is this dis-
hom? Most impor-
ght Flags," it is a
tage, a source of


pride and marketing expressing our unique
identity.
Some would argue, "It will never be
enforced in those kinds of examples." My
question then becomes, "Why pass the law?"
(Equal enforcement, freedom of speech, that
sort of stuff.)
Our rights are whittled away and trampled
slowly and sometimes innocently this is one
of those times. This may seem like a little
thing, but I believe, "If we take car~e of the Ill'T-
TLE things, the BIG things will, most likely,
take care of themselves."
Please come out, call or e-mail to encour-
age your. city commissioners to fix this mis-
take before it occurs. Remove the limit on
flags. Defend our legacy, "The Isle of Eight
Flags," and the right to fly them FREE!
Eric Childers is vice mayor of the city of
Fernandina Beach.


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West Side RepublicanS
TIhe ~Westsile
Republican Club of
Nassau County is
scheduled to meet
at 7 p.m. Tuesday in
the County Building
in Hilliard.
Guest speaker
Rieck .will be Steve Riock,
executive dlirector of
the Nassau County .
Economic Development Bo0at'd.


The Nassau Sierra Club invites
Sthe public to present concerns about
the local environment to assist the.
club make recommendations for.


amendling the Nassaui County
Comprehensive Plan.
These issues will be discussed at
Nassau Sierra's general monthly .
meeting, at 7 p.m. today at the
Council on Aging building on 18th
Street.
SNassau County is preparing a
conservation element to its compre-
hensive plan which willgo far to pr-o-
tect wildlife habitat, wetlands, water
quality and quantity.
Nassau Sierra is preparing its
comments on the comprehensive .
plan changes to be given at public
hearings to be held in March and
April. .
For more information about
the meeting, call Siob Weintraub at
491-6817.


n~le meeting is see anti ojxen to, the
public,
For more information on AIA andi
the AIT plans and maps, go to ameli.
aislandassociation7.com. '

Governor tos ea
The Republican Party of Nassau
County has announced t-he 20th
Annual Lincoln Day Dineer with fea-
tured guest speaker
a9 : Gov. Char-lie Crist.
,: iThe event will be
hekl on Fridlay,
Mar~ch 12 at the
Amelia Island ,
Plantation `
Conference Center.
Crist Reception at 6:30
p.m., cash bar with


tlinner at 7 p.m. Cost is $90 per p~er-
son. IFor informnation call 491-5544.
NaSsau Patriots
The Patriots of Nassau County
have scheduled their First Friday
coffee at Murray's Grille at 9:30 a.m.
. Malrc 5 and a First Saturday Coffee
at 8:30 a.m. Mar~ch 6 for anyone who
would like to get involved or learn
more about the Tea Party and free-
dom movements.
The Coffees are for new patriots
to get acquainted with the freedom
movement in Nassau County and
how people can help to restore
America to the Constitutional
Republic that the founders intended.
All are invited and welcome to
attend.


Hometown Democracy
The Amelia Islandl Association's
(AIA) March 10 meet ing will focus
on the Hometown D~emocracy
amendment.
This proposedl ~acnrnment to the
state's constitution will fundamental--
ly change the way land use decisions
ar-e made in Florida. Its language is
already being debatedl across the
state between developers and
builders' associations, on one side,
and an arrlay of citizens' groups on
the other. The amendment will be on
the November ballot. ,
The Am;elia Ishlad Association
will meet in the community r~oom of
the F~ernandina Beach Po~lice .
Department on Uime Street at 7 p.nm.


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When these
large birds
show up,
.. Little Duck
Stays at a dis-
tance, eyeing
them with
disgust, I'm
sure, and
hoping
they'll get
WAYS the hint.
... And he
can't do
Pat much about
Foster- Turley sharing his
fish supply
with the resident kingfisher
either. The wary kingfisher
watches from tall snags, then
swoops to the water to catch a
fish, and immediately flies off
elsewhere to eat it. Little
Duck barely sees it happen-
ing before it's over,
Mostly Little Duck prefers
to rule his kingdom alone.
This winter, though, at long.
last, Little Duck has a regular
social life. First off, like in
about one out of three years,
Little Duck has a mate. Both '
stick together, exploring and
feeding in various areas of'the ~
pond side by side. There's .
nothing so unusual about
that.
SBut, in a stratige twist, this
year Little Duck has not orily
a partner, but also a hunting
buddy! This year, our winter-
ing pled-billed grebes have
decided to share the pond
with an egret.
STwo or three times each
day a snowy egret lands on
the shoreline and walks along
the far side of the pond, look- .
ing for fish, crayfish and


insects along the water's
edge. Unlike the more station-
ary great egrets and great
blue herons, this snowy egret
moves along the edge,
rustling up prey as it goes.
Every time the snowy
egr~et lands, our pied-billed
gr.ebes race over to investi-
gate. Instead of trying to
chase this bird away, they
have formed a relationship of
sorts. While the egret works
the shoreline, stabbing at
prey in the water, the pair of
grebes floats along a few feet
away, taking turns diving
under the water. Their tar-
gets, this time, are not the
egret's feet, but the prey that
the egret is stirring up.
It works to the advantage
of both bird species, this
cooperative hunt. Although
they both eat fish, and are
competitors in most situa-
tions, when they team up to
hunt, they both increase their
chances of success. Thle poor
fish are getting it from both
sides, the egret stabbing
them from ~the shore, and the
grebes chas~irii them under-
water back towards the shore
as they try to flee.
lots of partnerships of this
sort Irappen all around us,
once we start to notice.
SSometimes in the world of
nature, there is more to be
gained from cooperation~than
from competition. If only
humans would take these les-
Ssons to heart!
Pat Foster-Turley is a zoolo-
gist on Amelia, Island. She wrel-
comes your nature observa-
tions and questions.
parandbucko~yahoo~com.


L decade a pled-billed
~ grebe moves into our
1 backyard retention
pond and we follow its antics
during our coldest months;
The grebe is` not really a dutck
at all, with Jobecl toes and not
webbed feet, and who even
knows if it's a male or female
or even the same bird edch
year. But nonetheless, when it
first shows up in the fall it's
time for jubilation in our
house, a mark of the seasons.
Little Duck is back!
Most years that Little
Duck is with us, the bird is a
loner. A single grebe floats .
and swims around our One
Duck Pond, as Bucko calls it,
riffling the water as he dives
for fish, and bringing life to
the stillness.
A couple of years Little
Duck brought along a partner
and they stay together follow-
ing one another around the
pond, one slightly larger than
the other, most likely a pair.
In reading about grebes, I've
learifed that they have
dynamic courtship behavior,
with ritualistic displays to ,
entice one another. Well,
maybe so, but ndt in our
pond. When the hormones
start kicking in they go else-
`where to breed and disappear
Without the show we hope for
each year. ,
During the years when
Little Duck shows up alone,
he aggressively chases other `
fish-eating birds oirt of the
pond. We've seen: this sce-
nario more times than we can
tell. Little Duck spies a group
of hooded mergansers land-
ing on the pond's surface, all
bigger than him, and he
jumps inoationab frehthey

paddles on the surface over to
them, then dives underwater.
In seconds the poor befud-
dled mergansers start lifting
their feet and shaking their
feathers, disturbed by some-
thing in the water~ beneath
them. Little Duck is biting
Their feet. Usually one such -
attack is all it takes before
Little Duck is king of his pond
again.
Other fish-eatirig birds that
show up around the pond, he
can't do much about. Great
blue herons and great egrets
worl6t(he pond edgye but~ b -
rarey puttheir fa'lrit theelan \i
water whei-e Little Duck can
nab them. And, they have
long sharp beaks that could
cause their own damage if
they spot Little Duck swim-.
ming in the shallows by their -

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in the water around them.


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This wras written by Jason
Yurgartis of the Newus-Leader
from oral and wrritten reports by
the Nassau County Sheriff's
Off ce, the city of Fernandina
Beach Police Departmlent and
other agencies. Arrest indicates
suspicion ofa crime, not guilt.
Anzyone writh information
about criminal activity can cot-
tact the "We TiP"programr 1-
800-78CRIME' also allows
callers to leave anonymous tips.
Se ra asa
A Callahan man was arrest-
ed Saturday after he allegedly
sexually assaulted an 86-yea-
old woman after eating dinner
at her home.
The Nassau County
Sheriff's Office said Rocky
Stone y
Workman, 56,
of 44367 Lee ,
Drive alleged-
ly threw the
victim over his
shoulders car-
ried her to her
bed and sexu- Workman
ally assaulted' ':
her after eating *
Dinner, at her Callahan home
just before sundown Feb. 19.
Detectives found Workman
the next day hiding in the bush-
es of a "neighbor's home,
according to a sheriffs office
press release. He was charged
with sexual battery and bat-
tery on a person 65 or older
and is being held in lieu of
$150,004 bond.

S: Four men wielding a base-
ball bat allegedly attacked a
28-year-old Yulee woman's car
early Feb. 16 while she was
parked at a neighborhood
clubhouse.
The mdn, hit the woman's
car with a bat and taunted her,
saying, "Come out and play,
Little girl," in the parking lot of
'the` clubhouse in- the
Timber creek subdivision in
Yulee about 3 a.m., according
to' a sheriff's office report.
The victim was unharmed


but her car was dented on the
hood and both sides and the
windshield was broken, the
report stated.
She told authorities she
went for a drive because she
couldn't sleep and parked in
the lot to talk to her mother
by phone when the incident
took place, the report stated.

qe uyldlo
A Kingsland, Ga., woman
was arr~ested early Saturday
after she allegedly became
combative with deputies in, the
parking lot of a bar just west of .
the Shave Bri~dge.
Heather Nicole Mercer, 25,
allegedly kcked a deputy twife
in the chest after he tried to
place her in a hobble restraint
to "prevent her. from hurting
herself" and "from damaging
(a) patrol vehicle," according
to a sheriff's office report.
Mercer was escorted from
the bar: at 96008 Wade's Place
shortly befor-e 2 a.m. Feb. 20
"due to her causing an alter-
cation inside," the report stat-
ed. When she tried to re-enter, _
she allegedly began a verbal
altercation with security per-
sonnel at the bar, the report
stated. .
According to the report t, (
she was ultimately put in hand-
cuffs after allegedly resisting.
While she was seated in the
back o~f a patrol vehicle,
Mercer allegedly kicked the
passengers door "numerous
. times," the report stated.
A deputy tried to place her
in a hobble restr~aint but ~
Mercer kicked him twice in
the chest, the report stated.
Mercer was removed from the
vehicle and place~din restraints,
Then booked at the. Nassau
County Jail on charges of bat-
tery on a law enforcement ofi-
cer, resisting or obstructing an
officer without violence and
disorderly intoxication.
FelOnyaf es
a Nicole Giselle Kimmons,
24, homeless, Fernandina
Beach, Feb. 21, possession of


a controlled substance.
SToby Ray Works, 22,
homeless, Fernandina Beach,
F~eb. 21, possession of a con-
trolled substance, reckless
driving, no drivers' license
(never issued).
SJoshua Wayne Kirk, 28,
11282 Boyd Lane, Bryceville,
Febj. 20, driving while license
is suspended or revoked
(habitual offender), DUI.
aMajor Johnson, 20,
Folkston, Ga.,Feb. 19, Nassau
County warrant attempting
to deal in stolen property.
SHeather Intetta Ferrari,
25, Jacksonville, Feb. 19,
Nassau County warrant vio- -
lation of probation grand
theft.
aTyrone Invelle Fleming,
38, 2186 Talbot Court,
Fernandina Beach, Feb. 19,
possession of a controlled sub-
stance. ,
aSteph~ant Larrel Lewis,
37, Folkston, Ga., Feb. 19,
Nassau County warrant -- vio-
lation of probation -fleeing or
attempting to elude law
enforcement.
SMichael David Blue, 39,
521 S. Sixth' St.,'Fibrnandina
Beach, F~eb. 19, Nassau County .
gyarrant three counts of sale
or delivery of cocaine.
SDerrick Immont Turner,
36, Jacksonville, Feb. 19,
Nassau Couhtyr warrant two
counts of sale or delivery.of
marijuana within 1,000 feet of
a church..
MTezmia Khi~lberlfj Gray,
40, 914 Division St.,
Fe~rnandina Beach, Feb. 19,
Nassau County warrant -sale :
or delivery of marijuana with-
in 1,000 feet of a church.
W.Kassy Ann Stewart, 20,
11411 Buck RHead Trail,
Bryceville, Feb.' 19, Duval
County warrant forgery of
bank bills, fraudulent use of a
credit card, dealing in stolen .
proper ty.
SStanley Mac Benner, 54,
1008 Nor th 15th St.,
Fer~nandina Beach, Feb. 18,
Baker County warrant -viola-
tion of probation -felony DUI.
MTommy Ire Wells, 22,
96060 Lonnie Lane,
Fernandina Beach, Feb. 18,
use or possession of the iden-
tification of another without
consent. .
.Jerrjl Ime Beno, 51,
850430 US 17, Yulee, Feb. 18,
domestic battery by strangu-
lation.
HTanya latrice Griffin, 33,
Jacksonville, Feb. 17, violation
of probtio~n --sale ardet~liver y
of cocaine.
ADevin Joshua Dawley, 25,
.Ft. White, Feb. 17, burglary,
grand theft.
SMichael Eric Jackson,
44, Jacksonville, Feb. 17, vio-
ltin of probation grand

SDustin Ryan Crews, 19,
Macclenny, Feb. 17, Baker


Conywarrant-sles orrdelt veyf


cocaine.
SKathryn I igh Lloyd,44,
37223 Ruby Drive, Hilliard,
Nassau County arrest warrant
- sale of schedule III or IV
drugs, possession with intent i
to sell schedule Ill or IV drugs,
possession with intent to sell
opiumi or a derivative, traf-
licking in less than 30 grams of
opium or a deriv~itive, two
counts of dispensing prescrip-
tion drugs without a license.
SSonya Marie Inwe, 25,
Jacksonville, Feb. 16, Nassau
County warrant violation of
probation possession of a
controlled substance.


JASON YURGARTIS
News Leader


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Case. He had
Belf' been in cus-
tody since
Oct. 7 at the
Nassau County Jail after he
was arrested by the
Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.
Fernandina Beach Police
Capt. David Bishop said after
SBell's second arrest that fur-
ther investigation indicated he
worked alone.
"He had the same hat and
glasses on i'n each of the rob-
beries," Bishop said. "We were
able to put him at several busi-
nesses that day through video
surveillance and he was always
by himself."
,Bell allegedly brandished
a gun and made off with a few
thousand dollars at Winn-
Dixie, according to authorities
at the time. They said an
armed man similarly stole an
unknown amount from Food
Lion.
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AJacksonville man pleaded
guiltyIThursday to the October
armed robberies of two area
grocery stores and was sen-
tenced to eight years in a state ,
prison and ordered to pay
nearly $7,500 in restitution. .
James' Anthony Bell, 47,
was adjudicated guilty for the
Oct. 2 armed robberies of t'he
Food Hion on Sadler Road in
. Fernandina Beach. and the
Winn-Dixie at Lofton Square
~in Yulee. He was charged in
two separate cases, one for
each count of armed rob-
bery, but was sentenced con-
currently to eight years in
prison,
Bell was ordered to pay
$4,900 restitution in the Winn-
Dixie robbery and $2,598 in
Sthe Food Lion robbery, accord-
ing to court documents.
City police had charged
Bell, who was already in cus-
tody for the armed robbery of
the' Winn-Dixie, with an addi-
tional court of armed robbery
Feb. 11 for the Food Lion
crime the same day.
The crimes took place with-


Sa wyer
was accused
in August
2007 of seek-
ing a sexual
encounter
with an
u.n d erage
Sawyer teenage girl.
He had plead-
.ed not guilty
several times in the case
before reaching Thursday's
plea agreement. His lawyer
.said she believed the police
erred in the' case and her client
could have successfully fought
the charges, but he wanted to
be free of the years-long case.
Sawyer, a Democrat, had
unsuccessfully sought election
to various county offices,
including the NassaCpounty
Authority i 2(166 he'lo~t to.
Ed Gandy that November -
arid to the Nassau County
Commission in 2004 he lost
to Tom Branan that
November,
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JASON YURGARTIS
Newvs-Leader .

A former candidate for
political office in Nassau
County, charged in 2007 with
criminal sexual activity, was
sentenced to three years' pro-
bation Thursday after plead-
ing guilty to aggravated
Assault.
.Kei~th: Immar Sawyer, 47, of
.85064 Art Wilson Road in
Yulee was charged \ivith com-
mitting a lewd or lascivious act
in the presence of a child
under 10i without sexixal bat-
tery, but pleaded guilty to a
.lesser-included offense of
aggravated assault. He also
was charged with lewd or las-
civious behavior, but that
charge was not prosecuted.,
no ,Asi~d ]isdit' ~ Hkh~ plea
agreement, Sawyer was adju-
dicated guilty and sentenced to
three years' probation, must
complete a drug and alcohol
evaluation and is not to have
unsupervised~.conduct with
minors. -


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JASON YURGARTIS
Newus-Lea~der

A Nassauville man wanted '
for the December robberyad
battery of a inan in a hotel
parkiiig lot was arrested after
allegedly leading a sheriff's ~
deputy on a high-speed chase
through a residential area.
Authorities had been look-
ing for lannie Wayne Stewart,
28, of 95187 Mobley Heights
Road after an intoxicated man
was beaten Dec. 13 in the Days
Inn parking lot at 2707 Sadler
Road and his wallet stolen.
Alleged accomplices Joyce
Ann Allen, 24; Jennie Lynn


Johnson, 20;
and Gregory
: J ac kson
Baker, 33, all
of Fernandi-
na Beach
Were arrest-
ed inDecem-
Stewart ber.
Stewar t's
vehicle was
spotted by a deputy at a stop
sign at Owens and Mobley
Heights roads Thursday, the
report stated. The deputy
`attempted to stop him, but
Stewart turned left on Crews
Road and the pursuit began,
the report stated.
Accor~ding to the re~por~t,
the chase reached speeds of 80
mphbeob e uStwar ltl cn n
wooded 'area on Catalina
Drive. Stewart thenl ran into
the wods atege ly ignoring


ties stopped that vehicle on
Mobley Heights Road and
arrested Stewart, who was hid-
ing in the trunk of the car,
according to the repor~t.
Stewart is being held in lieu
of $225,008 bond at the Nassau


speeds, resisting or obstruct-
ing an officers without violence,
violation of probation for~ grand
theft auto and two charges -
robber~y and felony battery -
stemming fr'om the incident.
Authorities had been look-
ing for stewar~t after Fer~nan-
dina Beach Police found a 49-
year-old man Dec. 13 in the
Days Inn parking lot on his
kneces and bleeding [Iom lac-
erations on his face.
The victim told police he
was di nkn at a bar when a
back to her room at the Days
Inn for "some type of sexual
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The Nassau County
Sheriff's Office arrested three
men in Fernandina Beach Feb.
17 for the alleged manufacture
and possession oferack cocaine
with the intent to sell and other
drug-related charges.
Detectives executed a
search warrant at 314 S. Fifth
St, which led to the discovery
of crack cocaine, materials used
in the manlufacture oftlfe drug,
marijuana, cash, weapons, pre-
scription pills and an old stove
containing beakers of crack,
police said.
Three men were arrested
on multiple charges: K~evin
Terral Lee, 29, of 632
South 12th St. in Fernandina
Beach; Michael Wayne
MaddoX, 21, of 94003 Sage
Court in Fernandina Beach
and Christopher Ian Clyburn,
22, of 716319 Long Leaf Ldop
in Yulee,
All three are in custody at
the Nassau County Jail.
An SKS assault rifle and a
.38 revolver were found in
vehicles on the property, police
said.
Lee's bond i
is set $62,512, i
Cly burn ~b'ds I c
$67,512, and
Maddox s
bond over,
$80,000.
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NOTICli IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Quasi-Judicial. Public Hearing~is scheduled for
Wednesday, MarchlI~th. 2010 atS:00 p.m. in the City Commission Chambers. 204 Ash Street
Fernandina Beach. Florida to consider the following applications:

LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE AMENDMENT
GENERAL CORRECTION OF ERRORS. OMISSIONS AND INCONSISTENCIES
ENCOUNTERED SINCE THE ADOPTION OF THE CURRENT LAND DEVELOPMENT
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PLEMENTAL STANDARDS FOR THE ALLOWANCE OF A CREMATION FACLllTY WITH-
IN THE MU-1. C-2. 1-1 AND 1-A ZONING DISTRICTS.
Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advisability of any action, which may
be considered. Any persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order,to participate in this
program or activity should contact 21777308. TTY 277-7399. (TTY number for all City offices) or through
the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8771 at least 24 hours In advance to request such accommodation.

IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD/COM-
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MADE. WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE~ TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON
WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED.

Copies of th e applications may be inspected in the office of the Community Development Department.
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WEDNESDAY, February 24. 2010 NEWS News-Leader


and was adjudicated guilty. He
was sentenced to time served
and 12 months probation with
the possibility of early termi-
nation if in full compliance and.
must attend weekly Alcoholics
Anonymous meetings. Mason
was ordered to pay $100 to the
State Attorney's Office, $150
to the Public Defender's Office
and $398 in court costs. *
WGary Dale Nelson plead-
ed not guilty to sale or delivery
of cocaine and possession of
cocaine.
12 Jovan Leonard Richo
pleaded guilty in best interest
to aggravated battery and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to five years probation
with the possibility of early ter-
mination in 30 months ifin fiillL
compliance, including com-
pleting an emotional manage-
ment training program within
30 days, no victim contact and
75 hours of community serv-
ice. Richo was ordered to pay
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office, $352 in sur-
charges and $398 in court
costs. .
WFelicia Sha~ffiy' Roberts
was not prosecuted on a
charge of child~~abuse without
great bodily' harm.
MA trial date of May 17
was set ~for John Wayne
Watkins on a charge of pos-
session with intent to sell, man-
ufacture or deliver a controlled
substance.
aTommy Ire Wells plead-
ed not guilty to five counts of
fraudulent use of a credit card,
home invasion robbery, bat-
tery on a person 65 or older,
Burglary and grand! theft.
mOwen Michael Wiggins
pleaded not guilty-to home
inv;?sion robbery, battery on .
a person 65 or older, bitrglary
and grand theft.
STasha Lynette Williams
pleaded not guilty to grand
theft.
aMarcus Adam Young
admitted to a violation of pro-
bation for aggravated battery
and was adjudicated guilty. As
a result, probation was
revoked and terminated and
he was sentenced to time
served. Young also pleaded
guilty to obtaining property in
exchange for a worthless
check and was adjudicated
guilty. He was ordered to pay
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $398 in
court costs.
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demeanor. He was sentenced ~
to 60 days in the Nassau
County Jail and must have no
victim contact. Clements was
ordered to pay $100 to the
State Attorney's Office, $150
to the Public Defender's Office
and $398 in court costs.
SKelly Gene Clemons
pleaded guilty to corruption
by threat against a public ser-
vant and domestic battery and -
adjudication was withheld. He
was sentenced to 90 days in
the Nassau County Jail with
credit for time served since
Dec. 28, followed by 12 months
probation. As conditions of pro-
bation, Clemons is to have no
victim contact and must com-
plete an emotional manage-
ment training program within
60 days. He was ordered to
pay $100 to the State
Attorney's Office, $150 to the
Public Defender's Office, $352
in surcharges and $398 in
court costs.
aSusan Lynne Collins
pleaded not guilty to posses-
sion of cocaine and possession
of controlled substance para-
phernalia.
5 Nathaniel B. Deleslie
pleaded not guilty to felony
battery.
SJacob' Shawn Depetris
admitted to a violation of pro-
bation for grand theft auto and
was adjudicated guilty. His pro-
bation was reinstated and he
was sentenced to four months
in the Nassau County Jail with ~
credit for time served since
Jan. 12 and 25 hours of com-
munity servi~e.
aJohn lawrence Edenfield
pleaded not guilty to~ posses-
sion of cocaine. .
MA trial date of June 14
was set for Cecil Thomas
Ennis on charges of posses-
siottwilth intent to sell or deliv-
er marijuana and possession
of more than 20 grams of mar-
ijuana.
WStevren Ellis Graham
pleaded hot guilty to. felony
battery causing great bodily
harm. .
STanya Istrice Griffin
admitted to a violation of pro-
bation for sale or delivery of
cocaine and was adjudicated
guilty. As a result, probation
was revoked and terminated
amd she was sentenced to four
years in a state prison to run
concurrently with a Gadsden
County sentence.
8 Laurel Thomas Harden
Jr. pleaded not guilty to bur-
glary and grand theft. .
rnlaly aphi~lqn T~rfill?Alasong
Spleaded-guilty to driving while
license is suspended or
revoked (habitual offender)


A charge of felony battery
was dismissed against John
Mark Tromblay, 51, of 96094
Green Pine Road in Yulee.
Trottlblay was arrested Aug.
26-on the lone count, but a
motion to dismiss entered by
his attorney, Public Defender
Brian Morrissey, was granted
Feb. 4 by Judge Robert Foster.

The following report wras
compiled by Jason Yurgartis,
News-Leaderstalff from the Feb.
18 court docket ofCircuit Court
Judge Robert Foster
aTrez Stefan Albertie
pleaded guilty to two counts
of failure to register as a sexual
offender and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced to
time served andl ordered to
pay $100 to the State
Attorney's Office, $150 to the
Public Defender's Office and
$398 in court costs.
SJames Travis Barker
pleaded guilty to domestic bat-
tery by strangulation and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to time served and 18
months probation, which
includes the conditions of no
victim contact and completion
of a batterer's intervention pro-
gram within 60 days. Barker
was ordered to pay $100 to the
State Attorney's Office, $150
to the Public Defender's
Office~, $352 in surcharges and
$398 in court costs.
STracey Bonita, Britt
pleaded guilty to battery on a
person 65 or older .and was
adjudicated guilty. She was
sentenced to time served and
18 months probation, which
includes the conditions of no
violent victim contact, atten-
dance at weekly Alcoholics
Anonymous.- meetings and
complet~ion.of an emotional
management training course
within 30 days. Britt was
ordered to pay $100 to the
State Attorney's Office, $150
to the Public Defender's
Office, $352 in surcharges and
$398 in court costs.
SCarleathaJ. Childs plead-
ed not guilty to DUI with seri-
ous bodily injury, DUI with
property damage, DUI with-
blood alcohol level of 0. 15 or
higher and reckless driving
with serious bodily injury.
A Brandon Jos~ph Claxton
pleaded' not guilty to three
coyntits of burglary anid three
counts of grand theft.
L James Adam Clements,
;:Riginallly !~tggyqgivith~Bagga
vated assault, pleaded guilty
to a lesser-included charge of
assault, a second-degree mis-


dispatch that the car was stolen,
and later found out members
of the Camderi County Sheriff's
Office were pursuing the far,
which was headed back to
Nassau County, when it ran off
Winga'te Landing Road, reports
stated.
Camden County authorities
detained Woods until local
authorities arrived, reports stat-
ed. Woods initially said he was
just walking down the road and
was not driving the car, but later
admitted to fleeing law enforce-
ment, reports stated.
Upon searching the stolen
2003 Volvo, authorities found
several items mecluding a debit
card, a checkbook and a cell
phone stolen from unlocked
Scars near where the car was
stolen, reports stated.
According to ,reports,
Fernandina Beach Police con-
tacted the victims to take inven-
tory of items stolen and Woods
was arrested on seven counts of
burglary to a vehicle, grand
theft auto, fleeing or attempt-
ing to elude law enforcement
and driving while license is sus-
piended or revoked.


JASON YURGARTIS
News Leader


-- burglarious
.tools and
grand theft,
According to
I;.r the Florida
SDepartment of
a ~Corrections.
According
Woods to sheriff's
office reports,
Woods was
driving a stolen car containing
items burgled from other cars
parked at residences in
Fernandina Beach. .
The !chase began when' a
deputy saw a car with a front
head light out traveling west at
about 120 mph on SR 200 near
Harts Road, but. was unable to
catch tip to get a tag number or
. additional description of the
vehicle, reports stated.
According tb reports, anoth-
er NCSO sergeant spotted the
car traveling at 92 mph headl-
ing west on SR 200 pear Hungry
Jacks Road and was able to get
a tag number', but stopped pur-
suit after an unsuccessful
attempt by another deputy to
deploy stop sticks.
Authorities were notified by


AYulee man was sentenced
to a total of 10 years in prison
Thursday after pleading guilty
to multiple charges stemming
from a September arrest fol-
lowing a high-speed chase in a
stolen car.
James Vincent Woods, 28,
of 67068 Home lane was sen-
tenced concurrently to five
years lin a state prison for fleeing
or attempting to .elude law
enforcement and grand theit
auto. He also pleaded guilty to
five counts of burglary and was
sentenced aggregately to five
years in prison, which is to run
consecutive to the other
charges. o
STwo additional counts of bur
glary an~d one count of driving
while license is suspended or
revoked were not prosecuted.
.Woods was arrested Sept.
25 after a high-speed chase from
SR 200 to Camden County and
back to Nassalu County. At the
time of arrest, he was serving
probation as part of a 2007 sen-
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Checking out one of the school posters at the Communities in Schools' Hearts of Gold celebration at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, above left, are Tonda Tan, CIS board mem.-
ber, and Hilda Inyd, career coordinator in Hilliard. Communities in Schools students from Fernandina Beach Middle School, Tia Grant, Justin Gilyard and Ketidall Hai~ris,
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Nassau County Teen Court
will host the 2010 Fourth
Judicial Circuit Mock Trial
Competition on Friday at the
Nassau County Judicial Annex
from 8 a~m. until 4 p.m.
Nassau County Teen Court
will welcome teams from Duval
and Clay counties for the annu-


al contest and friendly court-
room rivalry- for students
ranging from 12 to 17 years of
age.
The Fourth Judicial Circuit
Teen Court Mock Trial
Competition has been held for
the past 10 years. A team from
Nassau County hai participated


in six of those events and host-
ed the 2008 competition.
Nassautourity's team has won
several awards and received
recognition' for its efforts.
The te~am coaches are attor-
ney volutiteers from each coun-
ty. Local coaches are Laura
Coggin of the State Attorney's
.Office; Briart M~orr~issey and
Chr-is Clayton ofi the Public
Defender's Office.ajnd John
Cascone,.a local private attor-
ney.
'Nassau County's Teen
Court program is managed by
Clerk of the Circuit Court John
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Griffin serves as Teen Court
coordinator: The Prp f~am is a
collaborative effort between the
Clerk of Court's Office, Nassau
County State Attorney's Office,
Nassau County Sheriff Tommy
Seagraves and the Nassau
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 20)10
NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA


Pirates win, advance to semfinal with Ribault


Win No. 25 didn't come easy
Thui-sday for the Pirates.
"It was a very physical game
from the startt" said Matt
Schreiber, head boys basket-
Sball coach at Fernandina Beach
High School ."I don't thilik the
Players could get a very good
feel of what the officials
thought were fouls and what
wasn't fouls."
The Pirates (25-3); traveled
to Bradford County to take on
the Tornadoes in a regional
Quarterfinal matchup.
"But we weren't the only
one-s being called for Tfouls,"
Schreiber said.
SThe Pirates average 20 trips
,to the foul line, but made 41
stops there' 'hursday.
"They went to the'line 31
times," Schreiber said. "Our.
Opponents go to the line 15 ~
times a game. .Both Of those
nutribers are doubled."
A ialir of starters fduled,out
in the secorid half for FBHS.
S;Bradford was verve aggres-
sive and very physical," Sc-hrei-
.betr said "It's important that
~you match that. I felt like; we
did."
Thih Pirates led 42-30 at half-
time and 66-51 after thrie quar-~
ters. Bradford .cut the lead to
just seven points with 1:29 left
to,play, ~but the Pirates broke
away for a 90-78 win.
Five Piratep were in doitble:
figures Zach Roche~leau led the
way with 23 points, going Flor-
5 from the three-pobint ratig~e.
He also had two rebounds` and'
Stwo assists. Carlols H~olcey had
21 points, eight rebounds and
three assists. They~bioth hiad
two steals each.
Sean Jowers (six rebounds,
an assist and a block) scored 13
points and Patrick Garvin (se-
ven rebounds, one assist and a
steal) and Tai Alford (three
rebouixds, an assist and~ three
steals) chipped in 12 points
. apiece. Chr~is Keffer :~liid To~ur
rebounds, and three assists.
Terin Dallas had three steals.
The Pirates' adiined to
Tuesday's regional semifinal
match-up with host Ribault.
Ribault defeated FBHS in the
district title game, the Pirates'
orily district loss. The Pirates
defeated the Trojans byi two in
the regular season, The win-
ner plays Saturday in the
.regional championship against
the Rickards-ltarianna victor.


The Pirate basketball team
(25-3) defeated host
Bradford County 90-78
Thursday to advance to last
night's regional semifinal
matchup at Ribault. Top row
from left: Billy Hunt is sand-
w~iched between a pair of
Bradford players; Zach,
Rocheleau and his Bradford
counterpart wait for the
throw-in; Sean Jowers tries
to block a shot. Middle row: '
Carlos flolcey chats with.
Rocheleau; Tai Alford smiles
with his teammates when the'
win is secure; Coach Matt
Schreiber talks with Holcey.
Andrew Vrancic, left,
defends the basket. Chris
Keffer, right, guards his nyan
Thursday.
PHOTOS BY BETH JONES/NEWS-LFADER


Riadonnas makn it hard


for JoeFan'topullouthis wallet

IV McKinnie epitomizes the term .The University of Flor~ida
"egocentric athlete" and is anoth-, men's basketball team con-
~E 1E er example of why many sports linues to hang on by a
fans have a liard time dlevoting their hard- thread, ranking at 53 in t-he
earned disposable income to help pay the .,p~rlP dJ RPI the rapid approach of
salaries of such prima donnas. IE Mar~ch Madness. Back-to-
McKinnie, former Miami Huirricane and back wins against Aubur-n
an ~eight-year veteran of the NFL, reportedly and Ole Miss last week did-
tised his selection to this year's Pro Bowl n't do a whole lot to help the
triarely as a vehicle to make a return to South' ~~~~~- Gators' chances, but the
Beach, billing up $4,285 while skipping most SPORTS important thing is they held
of the NFC team obligations and ultimately ground with the victories. If
beinggive~n the boot. He now has to pay back TAHFlorida somehow managed
the above sum and has forfeited the $22,500 to ptdl out a win against
check he would have been paid fpr participat- JOHN L,. Tennessee at home
ing in the PIco 'Bow~Ml CRAWFORD Tuesday, a win against
I undelslrstan the Pro Bowl is widely con- -...- Georgia this weekend and
sidered a big wYaste of time and those who one victor~yin the SEC
gilay irithe game give far~ less than 100 per- Tour-nament might be enough to get the
cent. A~nd~ that's OK in my book. Players have Gators` back into the Big Dance for the first
an investment to protect and risking injury time since its 2007 National Championship.
for, such.aribexhibition wouldn't make sense. An unlikely victory over- either Vanderbilt or
But to be selected as a star in a league full Kentuckyl, Florida's last two r~egular-season
Sof sftas is an honor and one McKinnie: basi- opponents, might single-handedly do the
pirlyg mocked. He should have either manned trick .....
rIfp and played in the game or respectfully Speaking of the Gator~s, r~edshir-t freshman
bowed out and given someone else a chance. defensive end and fornier five-star recr~uit
To a guy like McKinnie, $27,000 is mere Gar~y Br~own has been dismissed fr~om the
chump change. But to the average Joe Fan, it tearn after being arr1ested last week on
might be a year's sala~y. If I'm that guy, con- domestic battery charges. Brown i-eportedly
tributing to McKinnie's checking account just slapped one woman and scratched another
got a bit more difficult ... who were attempting to remove him from a
Speaking of,narcissistic athletes, am I the party. The decision to, kick; Br~own off the
only one burned out on th'e whole Tigrer team has been met with a cer-tain amount of,
Woods episode? Yes,,ve know he was report- cynicism from opposing fans.
edly unfaithful to his wife on numerous Most believe that had it been a starter- or
accounts. OK, so be is in i-ehabilitation clinic significant contributor to the team, the whole
for a supposed sex addiction. But it's gotten episode would have been handled and swept
to the point.Where l'm expecting to see press under the pi-overbial rug. O~ther~s say dlismiss-
confer'ences scheduled to discuss upcoming ing Br~own was an easy way to get t he team
press conferences-about the guy. Enough, down to its maximum of 85 scholarship play-
already. Let me know when he's back on the ers. While those opinions are understandable
golf course ... considering the handling of punishment of
Victory over North Carolina might be all starters Carlos Dunlap and Janor~is Jenk~ins,
the Flor-ida State men's basketball team among others, head coach Ur-ban Meyer has
needs to make the field of 65. While the Tar let it be known from day one that violence
Heels sit at an uncharacteristic 89th in the lat- against females would not be tolerated.
est RPI, a win at the Dean E. Smith Center Despite the varying opinions on Meyer-'s lack
should carry enough weight to send the of discipline, it seems the coach,*:in this case,
Seminoles dancing, especially considlering stuck to his guns.
the overall str~ength of the At~lantic Coast John L. Crawoford's columntl appears Wednzes-
Conference. Flor~idfi State currently holds the days. E-mail himt at flcrawi~ford!727@aol.com.


SEASON'S IN FULL SWING.


PHOTOS BY BETH JONES/NERS-LFADER
Justin Miller, left, watches thc; action at home plate from third base in the first inning
Friday night when the Fecrnandina B~each H~igh Schiool baseball team hosted West
Nassau. Riyne Casey, right, was on the motmd for the host Pirates.


Horet *o ~ae r -


.BETH- JONES
News-Lealder

The Yulee Hornets ar~e off to
a 2-0 start on the 2010 season.
The latest win came at H-illiard
Friday, a 10-0 shut-out over th~e
Flashes.
"We-idtit a great job of doing
the little things r~ight on of-
fEcnse," said Will Mirior, head
baseball coach at Yulee H-igh
School. "We wer~e able to get
guys on base (nine hits), move
guys around with some bunts
(three: sacrifices), steal a couple
bases and then drlive them in
with o~ur bigger- hilttrs.
"(ur' dlefense has also dlone
a goodl job with making. some
good plays in the field. It has
been good to see."
Junior Nolen Carlyle (1-0)
pickedl up the win, strik~ingr out
four andi giving up just two hits.
Senior-s Adlam Langb andi Buck
Marell also both threw scor~e-
.less innings in relief.
Codly L~ayfield (t-hree hits)


and Andr~ew Minor (3-for-4 with
a twio-run home' run and 4
RBls) led Yulee at the plate. ,
The Hoi-nets play sit Glynn
Academy at 7 p.m. today.
.Fernandina Beach dropped
to 0-2 on the season with loss-
es to Baker County Feb. 16 and -
West Nassau F~riday. .
"Not a great start,". FBHS
Coach Ken Roland said.
The Pirates lost to Baker
County 14-7.
"We had a 5-2 lead going
into the fifth inning and play-
ing very well," Roland said. "~We
just hadl a fifth-inning melt-
do~wn."
TIhe Pir-ates gave up 11rIuns
in fifth.
"That's something we typi-
cally don't do very often,"
Roland said.'Tim Roszellthrew
well." .
Harrison Yonn had three
hits and Bobby Severance had
two RB~Is on a fir-st-inning dou-
ble to lead the Pir~ate offense.
Justin Miller and Rokie Mata-


golai each had singles.
S"We just kind of fell apart,"
roland said. "(Myles) Rabant
and (Trent) Luman ar~e both
outwith injuries. Our depth has
been tested early due to inju-
ries. Plus we're still missing
basketball.
"That's no excuse. We were
right there."
The visiting West: Nassau
Warriors broke open a 1-1 ball
game in the seventh inning
Friday, scoring four runs in the
top of the inning.
"We didn't have an answer
for it," Roland said.
Justin Miller and Zach Spen-
cer had two hits apiece for the
only Pirate hits.
"Ryne Casey started on the
mound and Har-rison Yonn
came in in r~elief.
"For six innings we held
them down," Roland said. "'It
was a good game. We didn't do
a whole lot defensively in the
seventh. Our youth has to learn
to' eliminate big innings."


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2B WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 2010 SPORTS News-Leader



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Hornt ntter bet Wet Nss'


Mid-season push for Family Driven crown


2010 SCHEDULES


Specal Olympics Feh26
Special Olympics Nassau County games
will be held at Femandina Beach High School
at 10 a.m. Feb. 26. Anyone interested in par-
ticipating in the track and field events should
contact Chris Hendrix at chrishen@nassau.
ki2.fl.us or call 491-9930.
STo volunteer for the games, contact Winnie
-Hunter at 491-9931. Those interested in
-enrolling a new athlete or becoming part of
the team, call McBrearty at 491-0369 or e-
mail jandemcb@aol.comi.

Bad Bowlers League
SBad Bowlers League is at 6:30 p.m.
,,Tuesdays, starting March 3, at Strikers Family
sBowliing Center in Yulee. Call 225-1077 for
informationo.

W JEomnen'bowlingtoaum~ament
The Riveir City Women's` Handicapi
-Bowling Tournament will be held at Strikers
Family Bowling Center in Yulee March 13-14.
Call 225-1077 for information or to sign up.

February'sTreatShoot
Amelia Shotgun Sports will hold two tour-
naments Feb. 28 at 86300 Hot Shot Trail in
Yulee. Register from 8-9:55 a.m. for the first
tournament and from 1-2:30 p.m. for the sec-
nd. Fees are $60 ($45~ juniors and sub-jun-
iors) and $7 for warm-ups. Fee includes
breakfast, lunch and awards. Call 548-9818
or e-mail clyde~3ameliasho~tgunsports.com for
information.

Yacht~at~eattyanmya
The seventh annual Lipton Cup Yacht

Cub l sbpeo hd pr I 1 -el Sn ymeao can just
outside Ponce Inlet. A skipper's meeting will
be held at the Yacht Club's tiki hut at 5 p.m.
Apiil 9.
Entries in spinnaker, iion-spinnaker and .
cruising class divisions are welcome. The
race will be govemred-bji the intematiional
,Sailing Federation Racind Rules of Sailing i:
2009-12 and the prescriptions of U.S. Sailing ,
..and the 2010 Lipton Cup Regatta sailing
n~, structioh~s.
~ .E~ntry forms and race instructions are avail-:
able: at http://wwwlismymayachtcl ub.com/lip -
toh~entry~form.htrn. 'Entry fee is $75, USSA
members $65,-late entrants after April 7, $80.
Fee includes participation in the two-day
regattat, admission to hosted reception Friday
evening at the Smymna Yacht Club and
- awards reception Sunday.

SSaling Clubmeets
The Amelia Island Sailing Club meets the
first Tuesday at the Kraft Athletic Club. Social
n hour at 6:30 p.m; meeting at 7:30 p.m`. Call
Commodore Charlie Steinkamp, 261-5213, or
visit www.amel iaislandsailing.org-

...Wallntnunaderthelligl15 .. ,
t Amelia Island Runners sponsors a weekly
communlity run and livalk' under the lights at
the Femandina Beach High School track from
6-7:30 p.m. The event is free and open to
everyone and free water and Gatorade will be
provided. Runners and walkers can partici-
pjate at their own pace, individually or with AIR
members and friends. The track is inside the
football stadium at 435 Citrona Drive.
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 Isla~nd Rtinners is paying for
electricity use and related costs: ~
Track runs are planned roughly once a-
week,ddependirg on avai ability Dtes wilbe

Isl nd uners.cm AR mm esa po idhe

partners or individually. Call 277-8365.

Weellbdu~eride
Club, 14 Fitness is hosting a weekly
': Saturday morning bike ride open to the com-
mtinity. The ride is designed with B and 0
cyclists in mind. Meet at Club 14PFitness in
Sthe 8 Flags Shopping Center by the movie
theater every Saturday at 8 a.m. and ride to ~
Fort Clinch state park (with $2 park entry fee).
Participarits hiave the~open of one or two
loops. Helmets required.
Call Club 14 Fitness at 206-41414 or visit ..
a www.clubl41itness.com for more information.


Umiesogi
River City Umpires Association is recruiting
men and women interested in officiating base-
ball and softball. If you live or work in Baker,
Bradford, Clay, Dulial, Putnam, St. Johns or
Nassau counties, call Terry Padgett at (904)
879-6442 or Aaron Knowles at (904) 962-
7184 or visit ww.rivercityumps.com.

Sporisassociation
-Nassau County Sports Association meetS
at 7 p:m. the first Tuesday at the county build-
ing, Yulee. Call 261-1075 or 277-1609-

(flatleitag BOWing
Nassau Challenger Bowling League for the
physically and mentally challenged meets the -
seconid Saturday each month from 3-5 p.m. at
Striker Fa ily Bowlin Center on US 17 i
Yulee. Call Melinda Willaford at 261-3136 for
information

F witness programs


*Anytime Fitness, 463646 SR 200 Suite 4,
Yulee, 2215-8400, www.anytimefitness. com '
*Club 14 Fithess, 1114 South 14th St.,
www.clubl 4fitness.com.
*The McArthur Family YMCA, 1915
Citrona Drive, 261-1080, www.firstcoastym.
g ca.org. Programs are also offered in Yuiee
(call 225-2550) and Hilliard (call (904) 845-
g 2733).
Amelia Island Personal Fitness, Amelia
Parkway Medical Plaza, 2416 Lynndale Road,
,r Suite 100, 261-0698.

To submit an item for this column, contact
,Beth Jones at 261-3696 or e-mail to
bjones@fbnewsleader.com.


McArthurYMCAspring sports
The McArthur Family YMCA is offering flag
football, volleyball and cheerleading this
spring. The Y has two locations for flag foot-
ball and ceerleading, the McArthur YMCA
sport fields and the new site at the YMCA
Yulee Kids Campus. The games andl prac-
tices for the McArthur flag football and cheer-
leading leagues will be held at the fields locat
ed directly behind Kmart in Fernandina
Beach. The games and practices for the
Yulee leagues will be located on Pages Dairy
Road across froin the fire department.
Volleyball will be offered at the McArthur
YMCA gym.
Registration for all sports ends FMarch 7,
with practices starting the week of March 22.
All seasons kick off April 1 and the last game~
will be held May 27. All games for both ':
leagues will be played Thursday nights.
The fall flag football league is open to any-
one ages 4-14, with cheerleading open to
anyone ages 6-12 anld volleyball open to any:
one ages 8-14, as of Jan. 1. The cost is $50
for YMCA members and $100 for non-mem-
bers (financial assistance is available to those
who qualify). All players will receive a jersey
and an end-of-the-season medal. For infor-
mation, call 261-1080 or visit
https://enrollI.fi rstcoastymca.org.

ElmnStreet Litde League
Sign up for baseball, including T-Ball, or
softball (ages 5-16) through Elm Street Little
League from 2:30-6 p.m. Monday through
Friday at the MLK Center. Fee is $30 for T-
'Ball and $40 for baseball or softball.
PeFor inform ol]M, contact President Wayne
I elteroatlOR 0mmSSIO IR

The Nassau County Recreation Co~mmnis-
sion will meet at 7 p.m. March 4 at the Nas-
sau County Building Maintenance/Parks and
Recreation office, 45195 Musselwhite Road.
Callahan. Call 548-4689 or (904)~ 879-3751-


Tr a'O~tf~t ~iartt
The Jacksonville Sharks of the Arena ~
SFootball 1 league will hold a second open try-
out for prospective players Feb. 28. The try-
touts will begin at 8 a.m. and continue through
the day. until all.players have' been evaluated
thoroughly by Head Coach Les Mos and the
Sharks coaching staff. ~miaaodil
The tryouts will be acobntnofdil'
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 i!
for any person who still has a drearri ofilacing
Sup their pads and winning a championship. .
The tryouts will be held at Plantation Park,
S3060 Racetrack Road, St. Johns. Registration
will begin at 8 a.m. with the combine starting
at 9 a.m. The coaching staff will remain until
all players have been evaluated.
Bring a completed tryout packet found
Sat jaxsharksacort i= t thie trydut along:'ith 1
S$80 cash drthbriey prdqr(no checks or credit
Cardss. If you have tried out previously for the
SSharks, the fee is reduced to $60.
There will be no need for pads or helmets
as most drills will be non-contact. -Bring.both
cleats and turf or running shoes, as the tryout
will be held on field turf. Bring plenty of water
Sto stay hydrated.
Watch the Sharks rip into the Orlando
Predators as toe meets leather for the home
opener April 16. Season tickets for the-inau-
gural season are now available for as.(ow as ~
$45.Call (904) 621-0700.



The first Regoa Peque Tournament
utlb heehn oMc cm noan sven courts at the
Femandina Beach. Registration is limited to
14 teams of three players each. Teams can

b isreadi ris 10 p la er to be dlistrib-
uted in prize money. Moming coffee and
dortus ardl indiuded. The public is welcome.
There liill be demonstration for those who
want to- learn the game. Register at petan-
queamericaegmail.com or call 491-1190.


Yulee Little League will hold its opening
ceremonies March 6 beginning at.9 a.m.
There viill be "bouncies" for the young ones, (
DJ for the ones who wjant to "boogey" and
barbecue dinners for the hungry ones. The
season is ~dedicated to the memory of Ronnie
Sites, a manager; coach; dad and friend.

Sigr~tsfor softball
The city of Femandina 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-and-under. Copy of birth certificate
r quired. Local games will be I aed Monda
and Thursday nights at the Ybor Alvarez com
plex on Bailey Road
Register through March 12 at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center. Fee is $45 for 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
11llfollo the 2010 Babe Ruth Rule Book.
Volunteer coaches and umpires are need-
ed. Contact Jay at 277-7350 or e-mail him at
jrobertson @f bfl.org.

Yalee Po Warner


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

BabeRud etshl OH
Fernandina Beach Babe Ruth is accepting~
registration online for girls and boys ages 8-
15 interested in playing baseball for the sprin!
season. Register online at www.leagueline-
up.com/fernandina.
Practice begins this week. Opening day fo
T-ball and rookie tearids is March 6. Opening
day for minor, major and senior teams is
March 20. For information on the softball pro-
gram, call 277-7350.


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PHOTOS BY BET~H ONES/NEWSLEADER
Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Fernandina in Yulee competed in an ISGA qualifier Feb. 13 at
Fletcher High School in Neptune Beach. Competing in the youth. divisions, above, .
were, from left, Daniel Beverly (second nogi, fourth gi), Andrew Tipton (second nogi,
second gi), Mattheyv Tipton (second gti), Tanner Duke (first nogi, first gi), Dariiel
Williams (second nogi, second gi), Vrincent Moore (third nogi, foxirth gi) and Caid
Cokley (iirst nogfi, first' gi). Not pictured: Joseph Prescott (second nogi, second gi) and
Katie Nortoni (first nogi, first,gi). Adults also competed~, below. They include Josh,
Scott Massey (first nogi, first gi), Patrick Cokley (third nogi, third g), Anthony Jenkins
(third gi), Chris Ar'ant (second gi), Corey Norton, instructor Donny Avera, Chris Garza
(third nogi, fsni-th gi) and Jimmy Hessenauer (second nogi, first gi).

~t~ I~T ~ : -.I


The Yulee High School
boys tennis team won its first
match of the season over
West Nassau 4-3 on Feb. 16.
The Hornets won three
singles gath~es and bhofteothd

The Lady Hornets lost just
one game of the day, pulling
out four singles games and
two doubles to win the match
6-1 over West Nassau.
In boys singles, West -
Nassau's Conner Stevenson
defeated Jeff Beluscak 8-3.


Yulee's Zerek LaMere defeat- In girls singles, Yulee's
ed Sam Bryan 8-3, Josh Alexis LaMere defeated~
Hopper: swept Devon~ Mallory Zebel 8-4. West
Stevenson 8-0 aild Ryan Nassau's Colleen Sparrow
Gerlach blanked M ~~E~`Ig T dy-3oer Erica Suh. Yulee
8-0. West Nassau's Je~ Hb "itil next three seeds with


edged Josh Nelson 8-6. Tripp
SPittriban ofYulee defeated .
Alex Motte 6-3. '
In boys doubles, Steven-
.son and Stevenson teamed up
. to defeat Beluscak and Ger-
lach 9-8. LaMere and Hopper
got a doubles win over West
Nassau's Amos and Hall, 8-4.


Emily Thomas beating Helen
Brantley 8-6, Kaylan Towers
topping Mikaily Toole 8-0 and
Courtney Lowar~y edging
CheyenneCoxwell 98.
LaMere and' Suh teamed
up to beat Sjparrow and Bent-
le' 8-4. Thomas and Towers
beat Zebel and Coxwe~ll 6-3.


19-7 and also whipped

O C el tans wit nly two
loses so far on the year are
The Springhill Angels (5-2) a~
they defeated First Baptist
Church Team One (0-7) by a
score of 9-1 and Celebration
Team Four (4-2), which
defeated Five Points (0-7) 15-
6. Matt Thornton from The
Bridge was the player of the
Week after hitting 7-for-8 on
the day with sixr runs scored.
Games are played Satur-
days at the FDSL field on Old
Nassauville Road. More infor-
mation, contact Ernie Stuckey
~at 261-6083.


As teams from the Family
DI ven So tall league reach

Steams are still in the running
for the championship trophy.
At the top with a 7-1 re-
cord is The Journey Church,
which won.both of its games
Saturday. Derek Bellar's .
squad first knocked off
Lannie Road Baptist Church
(2-6) by a score of 11-10 and
returned later in the after-
noon to defeat Feirnandina
Beach Church of Christ (1-7)
by a score of 17-2.
Christ Walk (6-2) defeated
First Baptidt Team Two by a
score of 16 to 13 and also


defeated Five Points Baptist

3. cehb tonb Bptis C h r
Team Two (5-2) suffered two
early season losses only to
come back with five straight
wins as they defeated .
Celebration Team Three (5-3)
. 18-3 and beat Yulee Baptist
Church (1-7) 16-14. ,
The Bridge Family
Worship Center, which th~ade
Sa late push in 2009. before tak-
ing second place for the year,
seems to be repeating the feat ;
as it currently has a 5-2
record and won both games
Saturday. David Keays' bunch
defeated Celebration Three


YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Softball
Feb 25 at Raines
Feb. 26 at Femandina Beach
March 2 ACD
March 4 at Episcopal
March 9 BOLLES
March 16 FERNANDINA
March 18 EPISCOPAL .
March 19 at ACD
March 23 at Baldwin .
March 25 RAINES
March 26 at Balles
March 30 at Bishop Snyder
April 13 at Hilliald
April 19-22 District at FBHS


April 20 at Andrew Jackson 6:00
April 22 HILLIARD (senioms) v6:00
April26-29 District at Femandina
* District
YULEE HIGHSCHOOL
Tennia
Feb. 25. BALDWIN
March 4 at Baldwin
March 9 at FBHS (AlP) -4:00
March 11 BOLLES 4:00
March 16 at West Nassau
'March 18' HILLIARD
March 23 BAKER COUNTY
March 25 FERNANDINA BEACH 4:00
March 29 at Bishop Kenny
April 14 District at Bciles
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Hack .
March 4 at West Nassau 4:30
March 11 WEST NASSAU 4:30
March 20' Bob Hayes, Raines TBA
March 25 at Hilliard 4:00
April l County at Yulee 4:d00
April l5 District4I-2Aat Balles 2:00
April 23 Region 1-2A at Balles liam
May 1 State 2A at Winter Park 9am
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Tennia
Feb. 25 BAKER COUNTY (AIP) 4:00
March 4 WEST NASSAU (AIP) 4:00
March 5- Camden Invitational 3:00
March 9 YULEE (AlP) 4:00
March 11 St. Johns Co. Day (AIP) 4:00
March 16 at Balles 4:00
March 18 at Bishop Kenny 4:00
March 24 at St. Johns Co. Day 4:00
March 25 PAXON (AlP) 4:00
March 24' at WestNassau 4:00
March 25 at Hi~lee 4:00
March 29 at Bishop Snyder 4:00
April 13-14 District 32A at Bales 8am
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Feb. 24 at RS IIs 5:00
Feb. @ BAKER COUNT Y 6.30 ,
Feb. 26 YULEE' 6:00
March 2 ED WHITE 6:00
March 5 BOLLES* 6:30
91rh at E msopal' 6 0
March 12 at Stanton 5:30


March15
March 16
March 19
Malth 23
Mach 25
March 29
April 13
April 15
Aptil 16
April 19-22
*District


at West Nassau 6:00
at Hillee 6:00
at Boles 6:00
EPISCOPAL 6:00
at Adington Co. Day 4:()0
FIRST COAST 6:30
at University Christian 5:00
ARLINGTON CO. DAY 7:00
PONTE VEDRA 7:00
DISTRICT 3-3A TBA


5:30
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
4:00
6:00
5:00
6:00
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6.00
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4:30R
6:00
6:00
4:00
6:00
4:30H
6:00
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FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL


Variety Baseball
BISHOP SNYDER
COLUMBIA
at Lake Wales
at Winter Haven
MARIST
0. Park. BB Grounds
YULEE'
at Raines'
PONTE VEDRA
at Episcopal'
GLYNN ACADEMY
CAMDEN COUNTY
at Glynn Academy
at Tnnity
DIAMOND CLASSIC
BOLLES'
at Creekr dB
at Halee
TRINITY
at Fleming Island
DISTRICT 3-3A


Feb. 27
March 2
March 5
March 6
March 9
March 10
March 12
Martch 16
March 18
March 19
Marc~h23
Mach 24
March31
April 1
Apnil 7-10
April 13
ApnI 15
April 16
April 26
Apnil 22
April 26-29
O district


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'ULEEHIGH SCHOOL
unior Vareity Baseball
at Bdles
HAWTHORNE
CAMDEN COUNTY
at Hilliard
EPISCOPAL
GLYNNACADEMY
BOLLES
at Camden County
Sat Femandina
at West Nassau
at Trinity Christian
at Episcopal


5
6


Feb. 26
March 5
March 8
March 11
March 1E
March 1E
March 1
March 2i
March 29
March 31
April 12
April 13


Feb. 24
Feb. 25
March 2
March 4

March 9
March 12
Msarh 18
March 20
March 2'
March 2~
Marh 3
April 1
April 7-1(
April 7
April 9
Ap|i 1
April 16


YULEE HIGH SCHOOL.
varsity Baseball
at Glynn Academy 7:00
at Raines* 6:00
WNHS, )BBGronde 7:00
ANDREW JACKSON 6:00
HAWFHORNE 7:00
TRINITY CHRISTIAN 6:00 '
at Femandlna Beach* 7:00
GLYNN ACADEMY 7:00
atBalles* 6:00
Sat Hawth~ome 1:00
3at Robert E. Lee 6:00
5 at Fimst Coast 6:00
SEA TSID 7:
CAMDEN COUNTY 6:00
0 SPRING BREAK CLASSIC
vs. Station Camp, Tenn. 7:00
vs. North Marian 7:00
Shm Iohp rounds TB
FERNANDINA BEACH 6:00


FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
SJunior Varaity Baseball
Feb. 25 at Episopal 6:00
March 1 at Balles 5:00
Malth 5 FLEMING ISLAND 6:00
Mach 6 CAMDEN CO. (DH) 12:00
MarchB BISHOP SNYDER 5 00
March 9 at West Nassau 5:00
March 12 at Fleming Island 3:30
Mah 1 R NGE PARK 5:0
March 19 EPISCOPAL 8:00
March 23 GLYNN ACADEMY Y 4:00
March 25 WEST NASSAU 5:00
March 29 YULEE 6:00
March 31 atG yn Academy 400
April 12 at Camden Co. (DH) 4:30


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GOLF: NEWS

2 between Jim Hurley (88), Har~ry Kegler
(86) and Dave Mason (83). Association
members should watch the bulletin
boards for upcoming group events and
tournaments.

SuperBowl tourney
.On the weekend of the National
Football League Super Bowl game, 80
players came out to the cityr course to
Stake part in their own Super Bowl tour
nament. This was a four-man captain's
choice event. The team of Mike
Benjamin, Dennis Sassenger, Robert
Johnson and Troy Therr1iatilt emerged as
Sthe winners with a 12-under-par 61
Second place at 10 under went to -
Adam Loud, Steve Shannon, Russell
Shank and Ron Therriault
The team of Ronnie Boatr~ight, Jim
Gibson, Ron Dandurand and Jim Long
tied for third and fourth at minus 9 with
the team of Mlichael Par~ker; Larry Luett,
Tony Jarzyna and Rich Vredenburgh.

HoolarsTour fin
For thne first time ever, The National
Golf Association's H-ooter~s Professional'
Golf Tour, presented by Hoot'krs 6f
America and Naturally Fr1esh F~bods, is "
Coming to the Amelia National G~olf arid
Country Club itf Fernandina Beach for
the F&S Asset Managemen~t Group
SClassic at Amelia National presented by .
Michelob Ultra March 8-14.
Amelia National Golf and Country
Club is a classic Tom Fazio design. The ~
course is a challenge for avid p~layers~thiat
feature fine-textured TIif Eakle Bermluda
greens and a healthy amount of water
hazards to navigate. While more acc 2:.m-
plished players will be testedl by his .
'design philosophy, the course is phlyable
- for all skill levels.
The total purse for~the.F&S Asset ,
Management Group Classic at ~Amelia
,National will be $200,000 with $34,000
going to the winner.
A portion of the proceeds from the '
F&S Asset Management Group Classic
at Amielia National will go to benefit -
Communities in Schools of Nassau
County, Inc. ..
SCIS is the largest free youth agency in
Nassau County. For 15 years, CIS
Nassau has remained focused on helping
kids stay in school, graduate and prepare
for a productive life. CIS programs pro-
vide tutoring, after-school academic pro-
grams, workforce readiness skills, career
exploration and indiiridual mentoring and
coaching services at middle and high
schools across Nassau County. CIS
works with students in group and class-
room settings as well as prescripti~irely -
with individual students based on their


Waste Manage ~nt Phoenix Open The 4-day attendance of the
"lP Phoenix Open is the highest of
Defending: Kenny Peny any PGA tournament with
Tota Pure: $,000000 around 500,000 spectators each
Yards: 7,216 year. The most popular hole for
Par: 71 ,spectators to watch is the 16th
hole due to the "Amphitheatre" atmosphere of the hole, dreated by the stands
erected every year before the tournament. The hole could be described as
"one big party", with many, students from the nearby Arizona State University.
Poor shots at the 16th hole receive boos, because the hole is very easy by the
PGA's standards. Good shots, however, are cheered loudly. One famous
moment at the 16th was Tiger Woods' hole-in-one in 1997, which caused the
gallery to erupt, throwing cups and other objects in celebration.


;/lan Poulter captured the biggest rTournam~t en~t Rsut
.victory of his career Sunday by Champion: lan Poulter
/leading the final 28 holes and Purse: $1,400,000
'beating Paul Casey 4 and 2 in 2nd: Paul Casey
'.an all-England final at the Purse: $850,000
WGC Accenture Match Play 3rd: Camilo Villegas
Championship. Alohg with ,us:$0,0
taking his first World Golf Championship title, the 34-year-old Poulter
got his first win on U.S. soil. Poulter trailed only once, alter the
second hole, but he took the lead for good at the seventh and was 2-
up after 18 holes. Casey needed to play 24 holes to beat Camilo Vilegas in the
semi-final match and the effort left him flat for much of the final. He finished runner-
up for the second consecutive year, after falling to Geoff Ogilvy in last years iinal,


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An official USGA handicap index
)that you can use in tournaments
requires that you submit your
scores directly to a golf club to

unvi" oTh eUSp cre uire a min
dimum of 12 scores to be submitted
in order to calculate your particular handicap
index. Once your handicap index is calculated and
retumed by the USGA, you now can determine the
number of strokes' you receive to adjust your
score, when compared to other players. As you
continue to play and post different scores for the
rounds of golf you finish, your handicap index will
fluctuate higher or lower depending on the scores
you submit. Of course, getting an accurate handi-
cap index also provides that you turn in an accu-
rate representation of your scores.


~~7 PTO Golf WeekIy U da te'

Feb. 25 -28, 2010


Event: Waste Management Phoenix Open

Thu-Fri, 2/25-2/26 4:00pm-8:00pm GOLF
Sat-Sun, 2/27-2/28 4:00pm-7:00pm GOLF


lan POUlter
Birthdate: Jan. 10 1976
Birthplace: England

Tuse nProfE si 1a: 1995
World Ranking: 5th
2010 Earnings; $1,400,000
PGA Tour Wins: 1


Which one of the ~following colleges did Ti~ger
Woods attend?


The Majiakoba Golf Classic was held last week for the PGA Tour players that did hot -~-
qualify for the Accenture Match Play Championship. Cameron Beckman fired a three.
under par 67 on Sunday to win the Mayakoba Classic by two strokes, capturing the third c7
PGA Tour title of his career. Beckman was 2-under-par on the opening nine, and after his Z
first birdie on the back nine at the pier-5 13th hole, he found hirrself in a three-way tie for the
lead with J.P. Hayes and Joe Durant. Both Hayes and Durant gave a stroke back on their clos-
ing holes and a birdie by Bbckman at the 17th hole resulted in the final margin of victory. Beckhman said the
key to his victory was "without question" putting. "I hit the ball well, also, but this is probably the best I've
putted in a long time," he said. "Probably since the last time I won. I just put a new putter in play two weeks
ago, and just absolutely putted beautifully on these greens..~. Just a beautiful week of putting."


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 2010 SPORTS News-Leader


Feb. 28, 1991 In the first round of the Doral-Ryder
Open, television cameras caught Paul Azinger's left
foot moving some stones as he stood in a water
hazard on the final hole. Azinger, who didn't know
he violated any rules, was disqualified the next day
when a viewer telephoned PGA Tour headquarters
and told them ofAzinger's violation. After looking at
the videotape, tour officials DQed Azinger for sign-
ing an incorrect scorecard after he didn't penalize
himself two strokes for violation of Rule 13-4.


unique needs.
In addition to the competitive phase
of the F&S Asset Management Group
Classic at Amelia National, there is a full
; week of activities, including a aualifier on
Monday, shootout Tuesday afternoon
and a pro-am on Wednesday that gives
amateurs the opportunity to play with
On-e of tomorrow's PGA champions
today.
"The No. 1 goal of The Hooters Tour
has always been, and always will be, to
help professional golfers achieve their
drealit of playing on The PGA Tour," said
Robin L. Waters, Hooters Tour president.
"Playing on a championship course like
Amelia National will provide invaluable
experience to our players. We are ecstat-
ic that they have provided us with this
opportunityy"
The NGA Hooters Tour is the only
tour in the country, besides the PGA and
Nationwide tours, to offer a full week of
activities that include 72-hole (36-ho~le
cut) tournaments, free practice rounds, -
free Pepsi-sponsored beverages and
snacks each week, free Bridgestone
range balls, paid participant pro-ams, jun-
ior clinics, long drive contests and
shootouts. The Hooters Tour provides
players the opportunity to experience all
aspects of life as a true touring golf pro-
fessional. The schedule is structured
''around geographical series and different
varieties of championship golf courses.
The NGA/Hooters Tour is the third
lagest men's 72-ho~le professional golf
tour in the country, behind the PGA-and~
Nationwide Tours, and boasts alumni
Like 2009 British Open champion Stewart
Cink, 2007 Masters champion Zach.
Johnson, 2003 IPGA champion Shaun
Micheel, 2()03 British Open winner Ben
Curtis, 2003 U.S. Open.winner Jim
Furyk, two-time U.S. Open winner Lee .
SJanzen, British Open and PGCA champion
,John Daly as well as British Open winner -
Tom Leliman, PGA champion David
Toms, 2003 Tour Championship winner
Chad Campbell, 2004 and 2005 Reno
STyhoe Open winner Vaiughn Taylor and .
TPC winner Craig Per-ks, to name just a

fwAll told, the NGA/flooters Tour's
alumbii have an incredible 11"majors" to'
their credit. The NGA/Hooters Tour has
helped mor~e~than.100 professionals
acquire their PGA, Senior PGA and
Nationwide Tour cards. In fact, 48 per-
cent of the players who earned their
2010 PGA Tour card and 53 percent of
the players who earned full exempt sta-
tus on the Nationwide Tour started their
careers on the NGA/Hooters Tour.
SFor information, visit www.19GA-
I,'HOOTERSTOUR.com. For information
on sponsorship opportunities, contact
Todd Barbee, tournament director, (678)
794-5879, tbarbee~,hooterstour.com or
the NGA/Hooters Tour office at 800-992-
8748.


The winter blahs were still with us
weatherwise as 49 players came out to
take part in the Wednesday blitz last
week at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club
Individual.honors v0ere claimed by three
players each shooting 83. Jim Pierce fin-
ished first with plus 7 while Gerald
Wilder and Jack Crgake tied for second
and third at plus 5.
Wednesday was one of those days
When only one team finished on the plus
side. Pierce's plus 7 got help from Stan
Miller (92, plus 3) and Dennis Sassenger
(85, plus 2) to offset the minus 6 ofTom
Gray (93), enabling the team to finish in
the plus column at plus 6.
Second place at ininus 3 went to the
team of Jim McFar~land (95, plus 4), Don
Cheshire' (89, even), Larry Hutchison
(89., minus 3) and.lP.W. Nobles (91, minus

There was a tie at minus 5 for third .
and fourth places between John Bray
(87, even), Tom Roberts (78, even),-
Ellsworth Haley (78, minus 1), Bill
Larrabee (95, minus 4) and Harry Gibbs
(87, plus 3), Bob Craven (90, even), Bob
Sibley (95, minus 3) and Charles
Helenbrook (99, minus 5).
Friday was a beautiful day for playing
golf for the 60 players in the blitz. Simon
Carter had the round of the day with an
81 and plus 8 points to take individual
honors, but he did not make it onto a
..winning team. There was a tie. at plus ^7
for second and third places between Ron
Peterson (82) and Bill Jones (80).
T1he team scoring was much better
than those turned in on ~Wednesday, as
all the winning teams were in the plus
column. First place at plus 8 went to
Ronnie Boatright (75, plus 5), Roger .
Smith (82, plus 5), Mike Loviejoy (86,
plus 1) and Al Rio (88, minurs 3).
With Peterson's plus 7 and Rob
Mayriards (79, plus 3) and Steve Johnson
(80, even), their combined score was '
enough to offset the mirius 4 of Ron .
Dandurand (89) as the team finished sec
ond at plus 6.
Finishing one point behind at plus 5,
the, team of Larry Hutchison (84, plus 5),
Cai~l O'Rourke (78; plus 3), Bob Craven
(89, even) and Jim Raffo~ne (89, minus 3)
came in third..Fourth place at plus 4
went to a team led by Jones' plus 7. It
included Michael Parker (78, plus~ 3),
Allen Sage,(86, minus 2) and Bill .
Larrabee.e who also was minus 4 with a
score of 94.



Between cancellations due to weather
or other scheduled tournaments, the
Saturday Morning Breakfast Mixer was
played for only the second time in the
new year. Fifteen players took part with
Hydie Peterson (77) sharing honors with
I dennis Sassenger (82) at plus 6. There
was a three-way tie for third place at plus


PHOTOS BY CAROL FINLEY/SPECIAL
George Shepard, 125-pound senior at Yulee High
School, ~competed over th'e weekend in the state
wrestling tournament in lakeland. Ile pmnned David
Kester of Jupiter Christian in 1:40, lost to Dalton
Dennis of Northside Christian 19-4 and lost to Benson
Bazilime of Poinciana 12-5. Teammate Jose Guilarte
(189) lost to Anthony Debouis of South Fort Myers by
pin in 1.:29 and lost to Damiel Ban~kemper of
Archbishop M~cCarthy 6-4.


Fernandina Beac~h High School sophomore Tobias
Williams wrestled in the state tournament at 160
.pounds. He defeated Eliot Brady of Cardinal Gibbons
6-3, lost to Thomas Gorman by pin at 2:59 and lost to
Brand~on Mc~aniel of Matanzas 7-0.


West Naissau's Garrette Wright (160) lost to T~l~er
Duncan of Archbishop McCarthy 22-6 and lost to
Steven Delgado of Dunnellon 16-11I.


ClasstRed Advertising deadItne is 5:OO p.rts. Wednesday.
Please call 261-3696 to place your advertisernent.


S*The MPS Group Cham-
pionships has launched a new
and improved tournament
website at www.mpsgroup
champs.net. The enhanced
site makes it easier to find the
Smos~t up-to-date information
About this year's tournament.

st eture pla rotoen ,
volunteer and ticket informa-
tion, daily and match eve~t
schedules and live scoring.
The MPS Group Cham--
pionships currently boasts
the commitment of U.S. Open
quarterfinalist sensation
SMelanie Oudin and its
Defending champion and No.
4 in the world Caroline
'Wozniacki to play in this -
year's tournament. The MPS '
Group Championships
returns to the First Coast
April 3-11 and features 32 sin-
gles players, 16 doubles
teams and a 32 player qualify-
ing draw.
The tournament is owned
and operated by Octagon and
hosted at Sawgrass Country
Club in Ponte Vedra Beach.
In 2010, the tournament cele-
bilate itss 31st~anniversary on
The tournament welcomes
tennis and.volunteer enthusi-
asts to participate in the
"behind-the-scepes" action. ~
Volunteers can participate in
a variety of administrative and
ser-vice positions such as hos-
pitality, event access, will call,
transportation and ushering.
Volunteers must commit to a
minimum 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.
For more details, visit .
www.mpsgroupch~amps.net
and click on the "Become a
Volunteer" tab or call tourna-
ment volunteer coordinator
Inne Cal=1son at (904)318-

Ball person tryouts and
training begin Feb. 27 froin 3-
5 p.m. at the Sawgrass Rac-
qluet Park facility. Ball person
positions are available begin-
ning qualifying weekend
(April 3 and 4) through April
11. Ball persons are needed
for both day and night ses-
sions: .
Candidates must attend
and pass a minimum of five
training sessioris beginning
with the Feb. 27 session.
Additional training ses-


sions will be held from 5:30-7
'p.m. March 3, 5, 10, 12, 17,
19, 24, 26, 31 and April 2.
Tennis shoes with smooth
soles are required (no run-
ning, walking, aerobic, etc).
Volunteers must be at least 12
years old and no older than

20Visit the tournament web-
site at www.mps-
groupchamps.net or call ball
person coordinator Ryan
Khan at (386) 663-5487 or
rkihan@sawgq-asscoun-
tryclub.com.
*2010 tennis classes are
under way at the Yulee Sports
Complex. Yulee Tennis
Foundation Director Vishnu
Maharaj is providing the fol- -
lowing schedule for junior
players:
Nassau County Home Ed-
ucation classes meet Mon-
days from 3-4 p.m., Tuesdays
from 9-10 a.m. and 10-11 a.m.,
Thursday from 10-11 a~m.
NCHE moms meet Thurs-
Sdays from 11 a~m. to noon.
Junior beginners meet Tue -
days and Thursdays from 24
p~m. Middle and high school
juniors meet Tue daysm ad d
Tusays frm45p~m a
.5-6 p.m. Call Maharaj for fur-
ther information on these
clas~ses. Prices are $5 per
hour per perspn. These class-
es are all held at thie Yulee
Sports Complex.
Any junior players' inter- .
ested in playing USTA Junior
Team Tennis for the spring
season should e-mail Michele
Maharaj at michelemaha@
msn.com for details. Season
matches begin in February
First Coast Tennis Foun-
dation Grand Prix consists oft
tournaments monthly for
boys and girls ages 8, 10, 12
and 14. These tournaments
are designed to introduce'
novice players to tournament

iSAtt rnm ts To regis-
ter to play, call by Wednes-
days at 5 p.m. to compete in
SSaturday tournaments.
Register by March 10 to play
March 13 at Ponte Vedra Golf
and Countr~y Club. Call (904)
S285-6166.
Adult clinics, private les-
sons, custom clinics and rack-
et repairs are available by
contacting Vishnu Maharaj
vish nu @ten nispro.us.
Tennis can be in your
schools. Contact Judi Tlurner
davejudi~bellsouth .net.


Through Feb. 21, 2010
Rank & Player
1) Dustin Johnson
2) Steve Stricker .
3) Ben Crane.
4) lan Poulter
5) Geoff Ogilvy
6) Bill Haas .
7) Rya~n Palmer
8) Matt Kuchar
9) Robert Allenby
10) J.B. Holmes


~egirris
793~
780
585
550
547
532
527
493
456
449


a) Stanford
b) USC


c) UCLA
d) California


Answer: a) Stanford


WRESTLERS AT STA TA


Pierce claims men's individual blitz honors


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OUTDOOR BRIEFS


trout, biggest flounder and the redfish-trout fly
slam. There are also contingency prizes,
awards for top junior angler, top lady angler,
top senior angler, a inystery fish prize, a raffle
for the Best Dang Tackle Box and raffles that
include more than $20,000 worth of kayaks,
equipment and tackle.
Register online at www.JacksonvilleKayak
FishingClassic.com or pick up an entry form
at Strike-Zone Fishing, Black Creek Outfitters,
All Wet Sports and Gander Mountain.


As the weather starts to get warmer-and
With the increase in daylight hours m~ore and
more recreational boaters will be gett-ing their
boats ready for the spring and summer sea-
sons. Before hitting the water, the Coast
Guard Auxiliary urges boaters to make sure
they have the required safety equipment and
that it is in working order by takirig advantage
of a free vessel safety check.
Vessel safety checks are conducted by qual-
ified members of the U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary and are the best way of learning
about problems that might be a violation of
state or federal laws and provide the boating
public with additional safety tips that could
possibly mitigate or eliminate preventable dan-
ger on the water. Vessel safety checks can be
conducted on any type of watercraft from
boats, personalwatercraft to kayaks.
Life jackets, fir~e extinguishers and distress
signals are just some of the items required by
federal regulations. The Coast Guar~d also sug-
gests boaters equip their vessels with a marine
VHF radio, GPS device and 406 MHz EPIRB
(Emer~gency Position Indicating Radio Beacon
for off shore boating).
There aren't any penalties associated with
not passing the check. Those who do pass
may display this year's decal on their boat.
Now is also a great time to take advantage
of one of the many boaling safety courses
offered by the Coast Guard Auxiliary and
become acquainted or r-eacqluainted with basic
boating skills, seamanship and the most cur-
rent rules and regulations that may also save a
live oj- prevent: and accident. Visit F~lotilla 14-1
website at http://cgaux7-14-1.or'g/.


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FERNANDINA BEAC' 1-6 TIDES

TieAS, Sun &c Moon: February 24Q-March 3, 2010


\Ne~l. Moonset 3:35A HigJ 4:24A l7.76'
WedeSunrise 6:57A ILow 10:31iA ;2.09'
2/24 Moonrise. 1:58P Hig 4:50P 7.0 ~
-Sunset 6:20s Lo 10 50P I.48

Thur~s Monet 4:27A High 5:34A 8:.15
*snse 6:564 ILow I1:39A 1.77
2/25 Moornns 309P IHlg s5ss 7.47
Sunset 621P Low I1:54P I.IB*

PFr. o n,' 5a5 9 gh 6.35A 8 56'
Law 12.37A 1.36
2/2 "nr., 62 JH~gh 6:59P 799'

Sat. MOonsr 5 55A L~ow 12541A 0 84'
Sunnse 8 54A Hih7:30A 8.86
22 Moonasea 5.32P Low 1:29P 0.96*
Sunset 6:23P Hg 7:54p 8.45'


Moonse 6:33A ILow 1:49A 0.56'
Sun.~o Sunes 53A ~High 8:21A 8.99'
jo:oon Low 2:18P 0.64*
Monie 6:42P IHigh 8:46P 8.78*
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WEDNESDAY,.FEBRUARY 24, 2010/NEWS-L.EADER


PHOTOS BY TERRY IACOSS/SPECIAL~
"Inside Chance" weighed in the largest wahoo that tipped the scales to 64 pounds to win the "Big Fi'sh Pot~': Pictured are Ryan Keith, left, and Pete Eldridge. Capt, David
Johnson, Adam Peppler, Capt. Tony Peeples and Cris Holder,.from left, are pictured weighing in their winning iivahoo during the inaugural Athelia Island Yacht Basin Wahoo:
Tournament, right, Their largest wahoo weighed 57.56 pounds.




'They Say' wins AlYB's inangra wahoo tournamet


tions could not
have been bet-
ter for the nine ahrod-
bluewater fishirig boats that
entered FridaJfsinaugural
Amelia Island 'lkiht Basin
SWahoo Tournament. Late
Thursday afternoon winds
that had plagued many sched-
uled fishing trips to the "Big' ~
Ledge" during the month of
February finally began to lay
down for Friday's big even~t.
"We are really pleased to
have so~ many boats sign up
for the event, particularly
wheir the tournament was
sq epiulec) fior a Friday," tour-
nanic Dt olsgggiigr.R au n
Rodeffer said "ifwe had
scheduled the event for
Saturday, I am sure we would
have doubled the entries to 20
boats." -
The popular eventivas
staged at the Amelia Island
Yacht Basin, where David
Bowers took the weighmaster
responsibilities.
Conditions were perfect
for holding a tournament
weigh-in. Lightilynds and a
beautiful sunset showcased
sport fishing boat tuna towers
that glistened from the rays of
the setting sun. Tightly drawn
sailboat cables whispered
tales of sailing days outside
on open water.


A nicC .
crowd of
local fisher-
men and
guests, began
to gather at
'sunset to wit-
ness big
catches of
"Big Ledge"
OUTDOORS wahoo.
STourna-
Teyacs g ment boats
had to reach
the weigh-in dock by 7 p.m.,
while many of the boats
weighed in thelii catches
.between 6-7 p.m.
Paul lXozier's tournament
boar "Inside Chancr," was
the first boat to weigh in and
had two large wahoo in the
Yellowfin's' "Fish Coffin."
Their first wahoo weighed
39.98 pounds. However, gasps
of excitement came from the
local crowd as a much larger
wahoo was taken from the
fish coffin for the weigh-in,
Their largest wahoo
weighed 64 pounds and even-
tually captured the "Big Fish
Pot" "Inside Chance" .
weighed in a two-fish aggre- .
gate weight of 103.98 pounds.
Next to weigh in a big
catch ofwahoo was Brandon
Allison's "Ledge Lady." Their
two wahoo weighed 48.02
pounds and 57.52 pounds for


an aggregate weight of 105.54
pounds, temporarily taking
over first-place honors in the
tournament.
Next, Capt. David Johnson
wheeled a cartful of wahoo to
the tournament scales, where
Bowers tail-roped each wahoo
to the digital tournament
scales, one at a time. The first
wahoo weighed 49.1 pounds.
The local tournament team
would need at least a 57-
pound wahoo to take over the
lead.
A complete silence came
over the crowd as Bowers
rope-tied their second wahoo
to the tournament scales. The
;.only; sounds heard came from
~' the whispering sailboat mast:
cables. ,
"57.52 pounds," Bowers
announced over the cheers
from the local crowd..Team
"They Say" had taken the lead
with a weight of 106.56
pounds with only one more
tournament boat to weigh in.
Once again, two huge
wahoo were 'carted up to the
tournament scales and the
crowd silently anticipated the
two-fish aggregate weight
Team "Pez Vela," captained
by Anthony Visino, weighed
two wahoo that tipped the
scales at 47.56 and 51.72
pounds for a two-fish ag~gre-
gate weight of 99.28 pounds.


Paul Dozier navigates his Yamaha powered 36-foot Yellowfin tournament boat, "Inside
Chance," to th~e Amelia Island Yacht Basin tournament dock.


and dolphin category aboard
his sport fishing boat, the
"Heavy Ritter." Dozier cap-
tained his tournament boat
"Inside Chance" to first-place
honors in the largest wahoo
category.
"I am very pleased with '
the results of ottr first event,"
Rodeffer said. "A lot of local
fishermen enjdy fishing for
wahoo, particularly during


The local fishing team,
"They Say," went on! to take
first-place honors during the
inaugural Amelia Island
Wahoo Toyrntment. Also '
fishing ab.0ard "They Say"
were Capt. Tony Peeples,
.Adam Peppler, Andy Burress
and brothers Scott and Chris
Holder.
Capt. Benny Hendrix took
first-place honors in the tuna


late winter when a full run of
big wahoo is taking place at
the 'Big Ledge.'"
Many thanks to the Amelia`
Island Yacht Basin staff for .
hosting the event.
Rodeffer also did an ou~t-
standing job running the
event, along with father David
Rodeffer, brother W.D.
Rodeffer and weighmaster
Bowers.


Captain's nicetling is at 7 p.m. March 12 at Ten
Acres, Kraft Athletic Club. .
Preregister at Leades s & Sinkers, 1006 .
South 14th St., or at the meeting. Eighty Ijer-..
cent of the entry fee.wvill be paid out in prizes.
Enltry fee for tournament-within-at-tournament
is $10. Entry forms available at Bait House,
620 North 14th St.; Amelia Island Bait and
Tackle, 1925 South 14th St.; and Atlantic Sea-
food, 10 Ash St.'Call chairman Don Whitman .
at 321-2800 or visit www.fishnsfa.com.


The seventh amnual Jacksonville Kayak
Fishing Classic, the world's largest kayakfish-
ing tournament, will be May 7-8 in
Jacksonville. The: event offers a fum, conserva-
tio'i~-oriented format and raises funds for chil-
dren's programs at the Down Syndrome
Association of Jacksonville, Daniel Memorial
and the Guy Harvey Ocean Foundation. -
With more than 175 anglers already signed
up via early registration, officials expect that
more than 350 kayak anglers will target red-
fish, trout and flounder in a catch-photo-
release ~format with mor~e than $80,000 in
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 May 8 at St. Ephrem Syriac
Catholic Chur~ch. Entry fee is $60 and includes \
a captain's bag with a tournament T-shir~t,
rights to fish, entry into the r~affles and ban-
quet. A special VIP entry for $110 is also ivail- .
able that additionally includes a new technolo-
gy, custom-embroidered Columbia Blood and
Guts Superlight fishing shirt and a Norton
Brass Rattler Fish Gr~ip.
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 awardced for frst place through
fourth place finishers in four open divisions
and first place through thir-d place in the fly
fishing division. Divisions include the redfish-
trout-flounder slam, biggest r~edfish, biggest


(}ladiybs ay i Plly a
For the seventh consecutive year, the
Northeast Florida Association of Realtors will
raise funds for the Haven Hospice Roberts
Care Center in Palatka through a catch-and-
release Charity Bass Fishing Tournament
*March 27. NEFAR donates 100 percent of all
proceeds raised to Haven Hospice and has
donated more than $108,000 during the past
six years,
Two-person fishing teams leave the Palatka
city dock at safe light and weigh-in is sched-
uled for 3 p.m. Teams compete for prizes,
including a $2,500 guaranteed payback for first
prize. There is an 80 percent payback to one in
every five boats. An additional $250 cash draw-.
ing for boaters who are present immediately


follows the tournament. Visit www.nefarchari-
tablebasstournament.org or call Nancie
Zimmerman at (904) 394-9494, ext. 1320, or
Glenn East at (904) 3941-99132. .

EI heapo Sheepshead Tourtlatrest
The 10th annual El'Cheapo Sheepshead
Tournament will be Feb. 27 at 7 a.m. Captain's
meeting is at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 26; boat number
and captain's bag pickup at 5:30 p.m. Entry fee
is $60 per boat.


The Nassau Sport Fishing Association will
hold its 12th annual Dr~um Tournament March
12 through April 18. Fee is $40 per angler.


Tide calculations are for Amehla River, Fernandina Beach. No convictions are necessary
Sun & Maan events are also calculated for Fernandina Beach, although actual rtmas may vary because of land masses.


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Marri Inraine Reilly, 6, of Daidsy Troop 175 has already sold 430 boxes of Girl Scout*
cookies. Cookies come out only once a year for three short weeks, but they freeze _
well. Starting Friday, shoppers can support Girl Scouts and buy cookies at the fol.
lowing locations:
* Fernandina Beach: Wrinn-Dixie, Blockbuister, Walmart, Publix, Bank of America
and Kmart.
* Yulee: Inwes, Walmart Supercenter and Winn-D~ixie
* Hilliard: Winn-Dixcie, Dollar General and St. Johns Seafood


Freedom flyer
.---.Former World

'*I( Ije ao lot
Marshall D.
Bramnard, 91, of
Amelia Island,
left, with current '
pilot Jim "Pappy"
Goolsby in front
of the plane at the
recent Wings of
:~ FreedLohi event at'
vg he Feiitandina!
Beach airport.
MICHAEL LFARY
FORK THE NEWS-LEADER



Wild Nite'on whales
.i.John Burns of Amelia Island
and Katie Jackson of The Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conservation
Commission examine and discuss
the baleen of the North Atlantic
Right Whale at the "Wild Nite on
Whales" Feb. 19, sponsored by
the Wild Amelia Nature Festival.
The next Wild Nites forum,
"TChe Eye, Mind and Heart of
Nature Photogr~aphy" by Michael
~ Imary, is March 2 at 7 p.m. at the
Peck Center Auditorium, 516
'f South 10th St. See page 6B for
details.
,::lrThe Wild Nites are free and
open to the public. The fourth
annual Wild Amelia Nature
-~i Festival is May 21-23; the second
j ~r" .annual Wild Amelia Nature
~~I, Photography Contest isin pro-
Sgress. Visit www~wildamelia.com.
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NCW member
The Rotary Club of Amelia.Isdiind Sunrise recently' installed Caroline Blochlinger,
president of CB Advertising, a website design company located in Fernandina, bring-
ing total membership in the club to 5O. President Chip Townsend conducted the
new member installation together with President-Elect Art Shuster. Past-President.
Deb Cottle. is Blochlinger's sponsor. The Sunrise Rotary Club meets every Friday
from 7:30-8:30 a.m. at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club. For more information con-
tact Townsend at 277-4400.


CROSSWORD/SUDOKU
PEOPLE & PLACES


PAG 5~B


viewers get F
Id the ice entered their sacred hall with the- .
competi- Olympic torch.
ill can't get We thought it odd that they
ing.' chose not to join us for a very spe-
ad recently cial event we were both supporting
dinner with scheduled the same weekend as the
om and opening ceremonies in Canada.
King. They They only said they would be out of
returned town. Hmmmm. OK, respect your
wonderful friends' privacy, always.
anada Flash forward, the Big' Guy, my
arbara, a sister in town for the weekend, and I
dal winner settled into our ustiagl cozy seats to '
148 watch the openifig ceremonies of
Games, Canada's Olympic 2010. Each coun-
n invited to try competes with the last host to
e torch in present a bigger, better opening cer-
etown of emony. Billions watched as Canada
owds and:, showcased its own unique culture
o to the ;i~'and''tilstory.
n she S there we sat watching all the


wonderful hoopla that was pure
SOlympics. We didn't expect the
explosive drama of the Beijing open-
ing ceremony and agreed we liked
the dignity of Canada's approach to
"their" turn.
Always a stunner, the' Parade of ~
Nations was moved to the front 'of
the ceremony. Each' nation in their
brightly colored garb, national flag
flaring, marched into the stadium to
enjoy the show.
The wonderful talents of the -
Cqlnadian hosts were showcased
again an~d again as the time for the
dramatic presentation of the
Olympic flag approached and the
final lighting of the torch.
It suddenly hit me. "Barbara is
there and is part of it all."
We all sat up straight and, yes,


there she was. It was an absolute
wow moment as we watched
Barbara cross the stadium holding
up her portion of the Olympic flag.
She was joined by other fellow
Canadians chosen for their own
unique talents and from all walks .
of life. Beaming, beautiful with
h'er signature blond hair, like
the pro she is, was our own home-
town girlfrom. Amelia Island,
Flor~ida.
We chuckled knowing her equal-
ly talented husband, Tom, was close
~by basking in her very special
moment,
Dickie Anderson welcomes your
comments. Books are available at
local book and gift stores or online at
wwuw.dickcieanderson.com.
dickie.anderson@gmailIcom


skiing an
skating (
tions. Sti
Into curli
We h;
shared d
fiends T
.Barbara
-t had just
from a w
FROM trip to C
.THE where B
PORC~inthe 19I e
---*** lympic
Dicki had beer
Andersoncarry thf
Andeson her hom
Ottawa. She wowed the cr
even carried the torch int
Canadian parliament whel


ized by the Olympics. The
bright colors, the patriot-
ism, the celebration of ath-
letic excellelice. The focus shifts for
a few bright, shining weeks frocm all
the turmoil, war, hunger and tragedy
in our wor~ld.
It rivets,ourl attention and has all
the drama anyone could ever ~want -
the thrill of victor-y and the agony of .
defeat. Surprise winners, and even
more surprised losers. This year a
death befor-e the official competition
stunned us all.
The Big Guy and I find it difficult
to keep up with all the competitions.
It seems there are new ones being
added ~all the time that involve flip-
ping and snow and speed. We prefer
the tried and tr~ue like the downhill


St Michael'S
says thanles
More than 370 local
businesses made dona-
tions to the St Michael's
Men's Club Valenitine's
Dance and ,St. Michael's
Youth Group Spaghetti
Dinner .held Feb 6. A large
portion of the proceeds
from the dance went to St.
Michael Academy.
Top right, James Mabe,
representing the Youth
Group, says "thanks" to
Inca and Kim Misciasci of
Ciao Restaurant for their
donation.
Bottom right, Men's
Club Dance Committee '
Chairman P'ierre Guite
presents D~r. Scot
Ackerman of First Coast
Oncology with an apprecia-
tion certificate.


Fellowship award
At its Jan. 27 meeting, the Rotary Qlub
of Fernandina Beach recognized member
Roger Ganzel, who was awarded a Pa'ul
Harris Fellowship for his contributions to
the Rotary Foundation. The fellowship,
named after Rotary founder Paul Harris,
is a special district recognition awarded
to Rotarian~s who provide significant
financial support to the Rotary
Foundation. ~Contrbutions support a
number of Rotary programs such as Erid
Polio Now and the Humanitarian Grants
Program.
The Fernandina Beach Rotary Club
meets every Wednesday from 12:30-1:30
p.m. at the Day's Inn, 2707 Sadler Road.
Visit www.fernandinabeachrotary.org.
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Local Olympics


,rime-time surprise


Best dessert
Desserts of Amelia, pre-
sented by the Fernandina
Beach Middle School P10,
was held Feb 5 at the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Center. All proceeds go to
the teachers at FBMS.
Karen Miller of Old South
Yankee store and catering
was awarded Best Dessert
and Best Presentation? by
former state representative
Aaron Bean, left, and Dr.
John Mazzella, principal of
FBM D












8 8C'5 BIG DOS RESCUE


CATS ANGELS


SHOMIE.AND GARDEN BRIEFS -


Meet Uittle Dog. She is a 1-
year-old blai-k lab mix who
weighs about 55 pounds. She
enjoys being with people and
other dogs.
SShe is crate and house
trained and loves chasing the
jolly balls in the yard at play-
time. She is current on all
medical and looking for~a
great home.
To apply for adoption,
please' contact RAIN at (904)
879-5861 or e-mail us at rain-
humane@yahoo.com. Make
plans to attend RAIN's first
annual motorcy~cld run March
21 to raise funds for the ani-
mals and RAIN's Community
Outreach Programs.
... 3 ant eve(i~nH ei!! ri 80C !l..n?'f mete ,Imetcr

STARS

My f~aine is Cruiser. I'm 4
months old and weigh 6 1/2
pounds. My vet says E'm a toy
fox terrier mix. E'm doing well
in my foster home because 1-
they have a big box of toys for
me to play with and three
dogs. I'm very smart, just
about housebroken and can't
wait to find my very own for-
ever family, home and toy
box! I think I will weigh about
12-14 pounds when fully
grown. more animals and increase
Save the Animals Rescue adoptions.
Society does not run a shelter. If you are interested in
Animals are fostered by adopting a STARS dog, please
STARS members until a suit- visit our website at www.star-
able and caring homle is s~`ofamelia.org and fill out an
fouled. SI'ARS needs new fos- adoption application. Thank
ter liomes in ordey to rescue you.



'BIG DE A I' EIFElifl


i UIC NOTE


6B


FEBRUARY 24. 2010 LEISlilE News-Leader


about how to "green" your
home and garden and enjoy
the short presentations and
demonstrations, from sustain-
able gardening to grafting tech-
niques, at the "Ask the Expert"
booth. .
There will be live local
music and the vendors of the
Fernandina Farmers Market
will move to Central Park for
the show with their produce
and expanded menu of pre-
pared foods..
The Amelia Island Garden
Show would like to thank its
sponsors for their important
role in bringing this show to
the community: Amelia Island
Convention & Visitors Bureau,
The News-Irader, Coca-Cola,
.Amelia Hotel at the Beach and
Keep Nassau Beautiful. For
mor~e information call 491-4872
or visit www.fernandinafarm-
ersmarket.com or www.amelia-
garden.com


Mickey is a 13-week-old
black and tan Doberman
male. Mickey came to 8 C's
Big Dog Rescue in very poor
condition when he was only 5
weeks old. Now he is a very
happy and healthy boy that is
happy go lucky. Mickey is
well on his way to being
house trained and is great on
a leash. Mickey is currently in
foster care with other dogs as
well as cats. He has been well
socialized and very loved, now
he is ready for his forever
home.
8 C's Big Dog Rescue, Inc.
is stillin need of foster homes
for puppies and adult dogs.
Fostering is.a great way to
help save the lives of dogs
from our county. Please con-
tact Tanya Lanning at (90t) .
716-0309 if yod are interested


The Amelia Island Garden
Show is pleased to announce
that Traci and Sidney Stidham
of Blooming Woods Norsery
will be a vendor in the Amelia
Island Gar~den Show.
Blooming Woods is a fami.
ly owned and operated plant
nursery wholesaling quality
plant material to landscapers
and designers for the last 10
year~s. Blooming Woods will
have a wide variety of plants
including Knockout roses in
single red, double red and pink,
flowering trees from dog woods
to bottlebrush and magnolia,
perennials, shrubs and blue.
berry bushes.
The inaugural Amelia Island
Garden Show, produced by the
Fer~nandina Farmers Market,
will roll out nature's brightest
colors for two days on March 6
and 7 in Central Park. With
growers and nurseries from
around the state, the show will



LITERARY

GLEAggy (

BOOkSigningS
Annette Myers, author of
The Big Sand Dune and The
Shrinking Sands ofan African
Amtericasn Beach, will sign
copies of her books from 11 '
a.m.-2 p.m. Feb. 25 at Books
Plus, 107 Centre St. Also sign-
ing books that day will be Bill
Reynolds, author of the Jetty
Man series based in Mayport.
O~n Feb. 26, Cara Curtin,
author of the Lt. Wilson .
Mystery series, willaute
graph her newest book,
Fern'andina's Finest Easter,
fr-om 10 a.m.-noon.
Children's author Mary
Jane Hayes of St. Augustine, -
author ofFmtma's House of
Sound, will read at 11 a.m.
Feb. 27 and remain to sign
books afterwards. Carolyn
Mirado, a retired loan under-
writer and former banking
officer who published Don't
Let a Shark in Your Swrimmitg
Pool, an inside look at the
mortgage banking industry
and a guide to choosing. a
good loan agent and not
shark, will be at Books Plus
from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Ben .
Walker, author of Winds of the
South, will sign from 11 a~m.4
p.m. .
Books Plus is raffling agift
basket valued at $500, full of
books and reading-related
goodies, to raise funds for the
Amelia ISland Film Festival.
Tickets are $5.

Writers and poets
The Nassau County
Writers and Poets Society will
meet at 9:30 a.m;. Feb. 27 at
the Fernandina Beach
Municipal Airport. Please
note that the meeting has
been changed from its regular
third Saturday slot to accom-
modate the Nassau Humane
Society's Flea & Tick sale. All
writers and poets in the coun-
ty are invited; bring two dou-
ble-spaced pages of your origi-
nal prose or two to three of -
your poems. Be prepared to
read and discuss your work. `
For information contact Cara
at www.wordsmythe31776
@gmail.com.
TilTI fOrTIOTS
Experience the thrill of a .
Dr. Seuss story and enjoy a
slice of cake at the next Time
for Tots at your local library
branch.
Times are March 1 at 10
a.m. at the Hilliard branch
library, sponsored by the
Hilliard Branch Friends of the
Library. Call (904) 845-2495;
March 1 at 11:30 a.m. at the
Callahan branch library, spon.
soied by the Callahan Branch
Friends of the Library. Call
(904) 879-3434; March 3 at
10:30 a.m. at the Fernandina
branch, sponsored by the
Friends of the Fernandina
Beach Branch Uibrary. Call
277-7365; March 4 at 10:30
a.m. at the Yulee branch at the
FSCJ Nassau Centes: Call
548-4467.
Book club
The Book Loft, 214 Centre
St., has chosen The Bridge of
San Luis Rey by Thornton
Wilder as its read of the a
month. The book discussion
will be held at 5 p.m. March 8
upstairs at the stor~e.


On Feb. 27 at 1 p.m. the
Book Inft will feature author
Tiffany Ann Laufer and her
children's book, The Porch
Dream -- Every Dog has a
Dream. Laufer is from Cleve.
land and has also studied cine.
matography at the American
F~ilm Institute. Her film, "The
Acorn Penny," will be shown
Sunday, Feb. 28 at 11 a~m. at
the Hampton Inn & Suitet
downtown as part of the
Amelia Island Film Festival.
F~or information call 261-8991.


in fostering one of our dogs. If
you would like more informa-
tion on Mickey please e-mail
.bigdogrescue @windstreamtn
et Don't forget you can meet
all of our adoptable dogs and
-puppies every Saturday at the
Petsmart located at the River
City Marketplace.


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Blooming Woods Nursery will offer a wide variety of
plants and trees for sale at the Amelia Island Garden
Show March 6 and 7.


feature more than 50 vendors accessories, native plants, bu't-
with a full assortment of flow- terfly-friendly plants, shrubs
ers, plants, trees and palms, and garden accessories.) .
orchids, bonsai, water pond Get on-site expert advice


Meet Peaches, a very
unicu femal kity eae
both front paws) and has one
.blue eye and one green eye.
There is one thing in life that
Peaches loves more than any-
thing else, and that is to be~
held. She will fall asleep in
your arms if you walk around
with~ her. She is also very
good with dogs and cats. Visit
Peaches this weeki at Petco in
~Yulee,
Don't forget to stop by the
Cats Angels thrift store at 709
S. Eighth St. to check out the


March 6 at 130d30 H~eckscher
Drive, Jacksonviille; Cost is
$65/person andi includes all
gear, a snack and a box
lunch. ' :;; .
The half-day guided' tour
is sponsored by Kayak
Amelia, with ~100 percent of
proceeds to benefit the: ;
North Florida Land Trust.
SAll ages and experience lev- ~
els welcome. Start tirthe is
based qn tides ~Reservations
required. Call (904) -
251-0016.

White Oak

White Oak Cob ervation
Center invites the public to
"A Celebration of White
Oak," a fundcraising eve~t
March 7 from noon-4 p.m. In
addition to tours, guests will
enjoy presentations from
staff, lunch along the- St ,
Marys River and a silent
auction.
Sliace is limited. Tickets
are $150 per persori. Call
225-3396 or visit www.wocen
ter.org/everits. Funds raised
will go directly to wildlife
conservation programs.
P SD c inic
On March 8 Becky Jordi,
Nassau County Horti cuh~ure
Extension Agent, will cbih- .,o
duct a Plant Clinic from 10
a.m.-2 p.m. at the Yulee
Extension Of ice, A1A and
Pages Dairy Road. All coun-
ty residents are invited to
Spring plant samples showing
problems in their land-
scapes. Problems will be
identified and solutions
offered for correction.
There is no fee for this serv-
ice. For information call 548-
1116.


great selection of~books and
treasures.
Do you need your cat
spayed or neutered? Contact
Cats Angels today to discuss
options that are available. Call
321-2267.


SUsurrrIED
SThe Fernandina Farmers
Market Booth with a
Cause program will fea-
turre Cats Angels on
Saturday. .


Nature Photography" on
March 2 at 7 p.m; at the
Peck Center Auditorium, .
516 South 10th St., as one of
the "Wild Nites" nature
forums that precede the
Wild Amelia Nature Festival.
'The program is free and
open to the public.
A self-taught photogra-
.pher and naturalist, Leary
has' spent a great deal of
time at Fort Clinch State
Park, along Egans C~reek ~
andl in otlfef Wiiild spacces on
Amelia Island. ; '~ ~
His March 2 presentation
will be a comprehensive dis-
cussion of the nuances of
digitainature photography,
photography ethics and con-
servation.
For more information go
to ~ivww.wildamelia.com;.

Kaa d
Kayaking with the North
Florida Land Trust and
Kayak Amelia will be held


free community concert, the
first Friday of each month
from March through
October on Centre Street
between Second and Front
streets in downtown
Fernandina Beach from 6-8
p.m. Bring a chair and your
dancing shoes to enjoy th'e
free concert (band TBA).
For information, visit www.
downtownfernandina.com.

. Sunday Musicale
The next Amelia Arts
Academy Sunday Musicale
Concert is March 21 with
the theme "A celebration of
Ireland."
Celtic music is an ancient
art that is still relevant in the
modern world. The event
will celebrate this music with
the Enchantment Celtic Trio
and an opening act of Celtic
music from 11-year-old vio-
linist Dalton Thrift. Fun
"lrish sing-alongs" will be in
the works too.
The reception (food and
wine) is at 5 p.m., with the
concert immediately follow-
ing. The concert will be held
at Fran and George Shea's
home in Amelia Island
Plantation. Food sponsors
are Barbara Jpan's restau-
rant and Baxter's restaurant.
Tickets are $40 and available
at the Golf Club of Amelia,
277-8015, and Amelia Arts
Academy, 277-1225. Seating
is limited. Host address will.
be given to ticket holders.
Show and dance
Moet & Chandon and
Sheffield's at the Palace
present the ISs De Me~le
Band with vocalist Bonnie
Eisele in a "Jump, Jive and
Wail, Swingin Dance and
Show" on March 27 from 7-
10 p.m. Tickets are $20 and
include a glass of cham-
pagne. Call 491-3332.or buy


tickets at the Palace Saloon
or Sheffield's, 117 Centre St.,
or at The UPS Store, 1417
Sadler Road, next to Publix.
Open seating, cash bar. A
portion of the proceeds will
benefit the Amelia Island
Jazz Festival Scholarship
Program.
CalaoalOOrl.
Enjoy live Reggae with
the band Pill Pili each
Monday at the Palace Saloon
on Centre Street, and Billy
Buchanan each Tuesday
with his acoustic brand of
indie rock. Catch Movie
Tuesday at Sheffield's with
films in high definition on
the big screen, free popcorn,
free admission and drink
specials. Sheffield's also
hosts social dancing, with .
complimentary lessons start-
ing at 7 p.m. and dancing at
8 p.m. Contact bill@thep-
alacesaloon.com or call 491-
3332.

Hamilton erornnS
Amelia Island songwriter
Bruce Hamilton performs
with Bill Sturm every
Wednesday from 6:30-10
p.m. at Shucker's Oyster Bar
at A1A and Old Nassauville
Road. For information call
277-2580.
O'Kanes music
O'Kanes Irish Pub and
Eatery, 318 Centre St., pres-
ents The Turner-London
band from 8:30 p.m. until
close Thur-sday, Friday and
Saturday. Enjoy happy hour
from 3-7 p.m. with different
drink and food specials each
day. Call 261-1000 for
Valentine weekend specials.
IIIStan M Gov
The Instant Groove plays
each Thursday night at The
Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island.


Mca IBUSIC
The Alan Dalton Trio
(bluegrass), with special
guest Karl Davis, plays at the
- Green Turtle on South Third
Street Feb. 26 from 9 p.m.-
midnight.'lle Impediments
play the Green Turtle on
March 26 from 9 p.m.-mid-
night.
The Karl Davis Band will
play at O'Brothei-s Pub in
Jacksonville on Feb. 25.

FBMS band

The Fernandina Beach
Middle School Band
Program ~will perform a com-
munity fundraising concert
Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. at First
Baptist Church of
Fernandina Beach, 1600 S.
Eighth St., to support the
symphonic band's spring '
competition trip.
The symphonic band,
under the direction of
Johnnie Robinson, serves as
: the official representative of
Fernandina Beach Middle
School at all competition
venues. This spring the band
will take part in Festival .
Disney, a competition featur-
mng middle and high school
band from all over the coun-
try
Concert tickets are $5 in
advance or $7 at the door.
Call Kristi 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
program as well as receive
tickets to the event. '
Soursds on O= n* -
The Historic Fernandina
Business Association pres-
ents Sounds on Centre, a


SNassau County's "Big
Read" is a program of the
National Endowkment for the
Arts designed to encourage .
more Americans to read great
books. The Nassau County
Public Library has selected
The Maltese Falcon by
SDashiell Hammett.
Big Read events continue
through March 25. Many are
free, but a select group is tick-
eted and selling out fast.
Friends of the Uibrary receive
reduced ticket rates for many
events. For more information,
visit the Friends of the
library section of www.nas- ~
saureads.com or call 277-
7365.
STickets and reservations
for individual events are avail- .
able by calling 277-7365, e-
mailing libraryinfo~nas-
saucountyfl.com, or visiting
www.nassaureads.com, unless
otherwise noted in the event
descriptions.
Dine with the Falcon
O'Kane's h-ish Pub is offer-
ing two special dining events
complete with a film showing
of "The Maltese Falcon."
"Dine with the Falcon," at 6:30
p.m. on Friday, is $20 for FOL
members and $25 for non-
members. .
"Lunch with the Falcon," at
11:30 a.m. on saturday, is $15
for FOL members and $20 for
non-members. .

Radlo comedy-drama
"Man with Bogart's Face,"


a two-act r-adio comedy-drama
by Andrew J. Fenady, satirizes
Humphrey Bogart's hard-
boiled detective movies,
launched by the 1941 award-
winning film, "The Maltese
Falcon." Four performances -
March 4-5 at 8 p.m. and
Mar~ch 6-7 at 2 p.m. at
AmeliaCommunity Theatre,
209
SCedar St., Fernandina
Beach. Visit ACT~s box office
or call 261-6749 between 11
a.m. and 1 p.m. on Tuesday,
Thfirsday, or Saturday for
tickets $10 for adults and $5
for children.
Art of tle Falcon
A poster exhibition will
.show work by Sunshine
Christian Academy and West
Nassau High School students
related to'The Maltese Falcon
on Tuesday, March 16 at 6
p.m. at the Callahan library,
450086 SR 200.
Friends of the Uibrary
Callahan will bestow bebt-in-
show awards during the exhi-
bition.

Radio comedy-drama
Fernandina Beach Police
will work with teens to stage
and solve a crime, first with
methods from the 1930s
and then with modern tech-
niques familiar fr~om such tele-
vision shows as CSI, on
Thursday, March 25, 6 p.m.,
at the Peck Center auditor~i-
um, 516 South 10th St.,
Fernandina Beach.


Blooming Woods joins garden show


The Fernandina Farmers
Market Booth With A Cause
program will host Cats
Angels on Feb. 27. Formed
in 2001, Cats Angels', mis-
sion is to help with the over-
population of unwanted -
felines through an aggres-
sive TNR program, spaying
and neutering feral cats and
returning them to their care
givers and developing a fos-
ter care program for kittens
that aie sociallized and
placed for adoption. .
.This is a not-for-profit
organization operated by
volunteers whose funding is
solely throligh donations
and fundraising. Information
ivill be available aboirt Cats
Angels programs as well the
2nd Annual Nassau County
Animal Expo March 13.
Also at the' market on
Saturday, Deep Roots grass-
fed beef, Minorcan Datil
Pepper marinades and sal-
sas and Reflections of
Nature' with its herb and edi-
ble plants.
Sign up for the E-Mail *
Newsletter at www.fernandi-
nafarmersmarket~com. The
award-winning Fernandina
Farmers Market is open
every Satilrday from 9.a.m.-1
p.m. at Seventh and Centre
streets in downtown
. Fernandina Beach. Call 491-
4872 or visit www.fernandi-
nafarmersmarket.com or
www.ameliag'arden.com.

Nature

Amelia Island native and
Lifetime resident, Michael
leary, will present "The
Eye, Mind and Heart of





MOck Ma competition Friday
Nassau County Teen Court will host the 2010 Fourth
Judicial Circuit Mock Trial Competition~on Friday at the
Nassau County Judkical Annex from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.
Nassau County Teen Court will welcome teams from Duval
and Clay counties for the annual contest and friendly court-
room rivalry. It will be a fun day of competition and trials for
students ranging from 12 to 1.7. "
The Fourth Judicial Circuit Teen Court Mock Trial Com-
petition has been held for the past 10 years. A team from
Nassau County has participated in six of those events and
hosted the 200B competition. Nassau County's team has
won several awards and received recognition for its efforts.
The team coaches are attorney volunteers from each
county. Local coaches are Laura Coggin of the State
Attomey's Office; Brian Morrissey aind Chris Clayton of the
Public Defender's Office; and John Cascone, a Ipcal, private
attomey.
Nassau County's Teen Court program is managed by
Clerk of Court John A. Crawford. Charles Griffin is Teen
Court coordinator. The program is a collaborative effort
between the Clerk's Office, the Nassau County State
Attomey's Office, Nassau:County Sherif Tommy Seagraves
and the Nassau County Public Defender's Office. Local
attorneys volunteer as mentors and advisors to the teens
throughout the year and court sessions are held twice a
month,


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WEDNESDAY, February 24, 2010 LEIStilE News-Leader


And finally, the Richard Widma~k
Lifetime Achievement Award will be pre-
sented on Saturday evening at the Nassau
County Courthouse to Jonathan Demme
for his body of work including three films
being screened this week at the festival:
"The Agronomist" (2003), "The
Manchtirian Candidate" (2004), and
"Jimmy Carter: Man From Plains" (2007).
Screenings of more than 65 films will be
Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Friday at 11
a.m. at Indigo Alley one of this year's
Academy Award-nominated documen-
taries, "Under Our Skin," will be featured
with its filmmaker, Andy Young of
California, w~ho will discuss his film and its
Impact on the medical community. "O' will
be screened at 3 p.m. at Indigo Alley. Incal
filmmaker Michael Alexa produced, shot
and edited this story of love and fulfillment
entirely on Amelia Island. Cost is $10.
Two films presented this year at the
Fort Lauderdale *International Film
Festival, "Magicians" and "Tantric
Tourists," have been loaned to the AIFF for
the festival.
Other events include a day at the Island
~Art Association Gallery on Friday from 11


a.m. to 5 p.m. The event is free, but dona-
tions to tpe building fund are welcome.
Included will be photography demonstra-
tions, oil por traiture by Karen McFadyen,
screenings of Deanna Morse's two films,
.light refreshments, door prizes and an art
raffle.: The Nouveau Ar t Show, themed
"Art & the Movies," will be on view. 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.
A children's story ~time by four local
authors at the Bean School of Dance, 25 N.
Third St., Saturday 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 and many reading related goodies
valued at $500 to be raffled as a fundrais-
er 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 call 261-0303.
Call 335-1110 or visit www.Ame
lialslandFilmFestival.org to view the festi-
val screening .program and the special
event schedule.


The Second Annual Amelia Island Film
Festival begins Thursday in downtown
Fernandina Beach with a welcome gath-
ering to the public at 11 a.m. at the
Hampton Inn & Suites on South Second
Street. .
Thursday's activities include six Meet &
Greet receptions beginning at 4:30 p.m. at
Cafe, Karibo and Espana restaurants;
Addison on Amelia Island and Pablos
Mexican Grill at 5:30 p.m.; and ending at
Indigo Alley/Secret Garden and the
Intracoastal Wine Company at 6:30 p.m.
All receptions will be hosted by the visiting
filmmakers and AIFF Board Members and
are open to the public with a $15 or $10
cover charge and a cash bar.
On Friday, the 13est Florida Film of 2009
Dori Davis Memorial Award will be given
to Equinox Documentaries for "Celebrating
a Forgotten Place: Carr Family Cabin in the
Florida Scrub "
The AIFF Best Comedy Film Sid Sax
Memorial Award will go to Brett Carlson
for his film "Take My Wife."
The Best Short will be awarded to
Imretta Bayle for her film entitled "The
Bake Shop Ghost."


women' aAss cato r wight

agstFeb. 25 at th
Fmetandina Beach ~olf Club
Networking time begins at 6
p~. ith the inner m eting


D rner s A5m ad py ble
that evening. Call Susan
foue ati n4 t20 -2 0 for

FinanCC Seminal
The Northeast Florida
Community Action Agency,
Inc. will host a free information
seminar on the lIndividualized
Development Accounts (IDA)
and F nancial L trp% Fb.

25 at th~e Peck Center
Auditoim 516 South 10th
St. Learn how to participate in
a 2/1 matched savings pro-
gram and realize your dream
of home ownership, continu-
ing education or starting a
business. Enjoy a presenta-
tion by the Youth in Action
Program and refreshments.
No reservations required. Call ~
~Vemetta Spaulding at 261-
0801,

Familyhm fs ~
First Presbyterian Church
will host the first annual
Family Film Festival, with free
admission to 9II screenings,
Feb. 26-28 at "The Anchor,"
corner of Sixth and Centre
streets in downtown .
Femandina Beach,
The series starts with.
"Saving God" on Feb. 26 at 7
p.m. On Saturday at 2 p.m. is
"Lilies of the Field,"' starring
Sidney Poitier who won an
Oscar for his performance.
Saturday at 7 p.m, is
"Fireproof' starring Kirk
Carieron, who is stellar as
firefighter Caleb Holt who bat-
tles more than flames.
Sunday at 2 p.m. see "Faith
Like Potatoes," a compelling
drama set in South Africa and
based on a true story. Call
261-3837 or visit
www.1stpres-fb.com.
Dala Llama 1m
That Thou Art Films, with
Go Yoga, presents "10
Questions for the Dalai
Lama." Filmmaker Rick Ray
examines some of the funda-
mental questions of our time
with his Holiness the Dalai
4lama -Film screening, fol-
lowed by provocative discus-
sion, will be Feb. 26 at 7 p.m.
at Go Yoga, 708 S. Eighth St.,
Femandina Beach. The event
is free but donations will be
accepted. Bring something
comfortable to sit on. .
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-
Smal'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 healingtoulch-
foranimals.com.
Dance clu~b
The Terpsichorean Dance
Cubewil chb Ida rnmernbs'
p.m. at the Woman's Club of .
Femandina Beach, 201 Jean
Laf itte Blvd., with music by


SPECIAL EVENTS

Show added
All scheduled performance

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matinee will be held on
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their informa ion.

Mdo play
Tickets are on sale at
Amelia Community Theatre for
the radio play "The Man wth
Bo art's Face'," a comedy/dra-
ma that is pal ofbthe Nsassau

Read project. Performances
ar t8 pm March 3, 4, 5
end an a p.m. on March
6 and 7 at 209 Cedar St.
There are two different casts
and each performs three
shows. The cast list of actors
and their specific performance
dates are on the theater web-
site, www.AmeliaCommunity
Theatre.org, plus the box office
will provide you with this infor-
mation, at 261-6749. Adult
tickets are $10; student tickets
are $5. Cali for tickets or visit
the box off ice, 207 Cedar St.,
Between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. on
Tuesday, Thursdays and
Saturdays.
Dancewith stars
Prominentifocals will com-
pete at the annual Dancing
With the Stars on March 6 at
the Amelia Island Plantation
Conf erence Center.
Among the 14 citizens hop-
ing to win the coveted ball-
room prize are Rae Lane of
Club 14 Fitness, Gina and
SRudy Courtney of Bella
Capelli, Renee Crane, head-
master of Amelia Island
Montessori School, and Parker
Scott of Scott and Sons Fine
Jewelry.
The event begins at 6 p.m.
with open dancing, hois d'oeu-
vres and a cash bar. At 7 p.m.
enjoy an auction and the com-
petition of the local stars,
Students from the Ballroom
Yotith Academy and others
perform at 8:30 p.m., followed
by the trophy presentation.
Tickets are $35 in advance
mind $40 at the door. Proceeds
benefit the Ballroom Youth
Academy. For information call
(904)07-6762 or visit ~--- -
www.classicball room.net.


Cats Angels, Inc. SPCA will
host the 2nd Nassau County
Animal Expo on March 13
from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Center, 2500 Atlantic Avenue,
Femandina Beach. The expo
will feature animals for adop-
tion from all the local rescue
groups, pet care infounation
booths, pet groomers and <
retailers. Halo, the Cats Angels
mascot, will make an appear-
ance in the "Kids Corner."
Admission is free to the
public. For every 5 pounds of
dry pet food donated, receive
a ticket to be eligible for the
many door prize drawings.
There will also be baked
goods, drinks and a silent auc-
tion. Visit www.nassauanimal.
com or call 321-2267 foJi infor-
mation.
THIS WEEI(


The Leaming Community
of North Florida has expanded
its spring course offerings to
include more than 50 new
classes in cooking, furniture
refinishing, writing, languages,
weight loss, social media,
starting a Web business and
wellness.
New cooking courses
include: Turkish cooking, a
Shrimp Festival series,
Cooking for Cavemen, Putting
Lipstick on a Pig ("prettying up"
your barbecue), Introduction to
French Cooking, Mediterra-
nean Cooking, Vegan Cook-
ing, Let's Bake Whoopie! (bak-
ing whoopie pies) and a

:h'pe fro thei so ok.
All proceeds from this class
benefit Micah's Place. TLCNF
aosoowil aost a"TopChef'
Other classes include,
Knitting 101, Energy Medicine,
Grow your Network with
Linkedin, Travel Planning


Workshop, Overcoming
Insomnia, Learn to Speak
Danish, Frame Your World and
Beginner's Painting.
The center will host an art
show for past and current stu-
dents to show off and sell their
artwork on April 25 from 11
a.m.-2 p.m. Visit www.tlcnf.
com for the full calendar of
classes and registration infor-
mation.
ABWA meets
The American Business


SMembership in the support
group is a nominal fee of $10
a year. Tax-deductible dona-
tions are also welcome. .
The annual fundraising raf-
fle ticket sale has begun. To
purchase tickets by May 15,
call Anne Quicke at 277-3551
or Marsha Riley at 583-1317.
For a ride to and from the
meeting, call Care-A-Van at
261-0700. For information, '
call Anne Quicke at 277-3551 .

*Give Back the Night'
Yulee High School will host
a "Give Back the Night to
Yulee High School" fundraiser '
'March 2 from 5-9 p.m. at
Chili's on A1A in Yulee. A por-
tion of proceeds from dinners
that night will go to the
school's FCAT KEY Incentives
team, a program to encourage
and reward students that do
well on the FCAT. There will
be a deejay in the parking lot
and giveaways. For informa-
tion contact Ashley Guinn at
225-8641, ext. 5661.
TOba~ fiD mee
Tobacco Free Partnership-
Nassau will meet March 2
from 4-5 p.m. in the
Femandin~a Beach Police
Department's Community
Room, 1525 Lime St.,
Femandina Beach. Members
of the public interested in
changing the culture of tobac-
co in Nassau County are
urged to attend. For informa-
tion call Tobacco Education
Nassau, NCHD at 548-1866.

FtsuPP e
The Association for
Retarded Citizens, 86051
Hamilt~on St., off US 17 in
Yulee, will open up its School
House Supplies for Nassau
County teachers and parapro-
fessionals from 2:30-4:30 p.m.
March 2. Please bring ID


identifying yourself as an edu-
cator. For information call
Rhonda Barcus at 225-9355.
This project is funded by the
Able Trust and ARC.

Imnvnph
Femandina Little Theatre,
1014 Beech St., will host
"Adult Improv.N~ight!" on
March 6 from 7:30-8:30 p.m.
Participants and audience
members wanted.
Reunion fwidraiser .
Barnett Bank may be long
gone, but in keeping with its
tradition of community sup-
polt, "Bamett Bank Alumni 4
Community.Hospice" will be
held March 6 as a reunion
and to raise money and
awareness for Community
Hospice.
The event begins at 6:30
p.m. at the TPC Sawgrass
Clubhouse in Ponte Vedra. All
former Bamett employees and
their spouses are invited to
attend. Tickets are $75 and
available online at www.com-
munityhospice.com. For infor-
mation call (904) 407-7189.


Join the Island Art
Association, 18 N. Second
St., for the opening reception
of the third group; exhibit by
the Wednesday Oil Painters,
M~rch 6 from 5-8 p.m.
Featured artists are Melba;
Craven, Mikolean Longacre,
Louise Malone, Paul Massing,
Emylee McBrearty, Karen
McFadyen, Georganna Mullis
and Barbara Noden.
The association will hold its
general meeting at 7 p.m.
March 9, featuring Jayne
Gaskins with a demonstration
in fiber art. The Nouveau Art
reception, "Art & The Movies,"
will be held 5-8 p.m. March
13. Call 261-7020.


"Harry and Sally," light hors
d'oeuvres and set-ups provid-
ed by the club. BYOB. Dress
is 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


The Fernandina Beach
Woman's Club is selling raffle
tickets to support is scholar-
ship program. Tickets are a $1
donation for a chance to win:
Golf for four at Arnielia Island
Plantation;~ dinner for two at
the Verandah Restaurant; or
brunch for four at Elizabeth
Pointe Lodge. TicketS are
available from Woman's Club
members and Little Women.
The drawing will be May 5.


Eligible Femandina Beach
High and Yulee High school
senior girls may pick up schol-
arship applications at their
school guidance office.
Deadline is March 23.
NEXT WEEI(

Visually mpar~ed meet
The Nassau Council of the
Visually Impaired & Blind
presents special guest, Dr.
John W. McClane III, OD, of .
Coastal Vision, Femandina
Beach, with an overview of
eye diseases and their care,
prevention and treatment
March 1 from 1-3 p.m. at the
Council on Aging.
Those who are visually
impaired, blind or have a fami-
ly member that could benefit
are encouraged to attend.


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'Healing with

Home Remedies

'Ite Mlount Olive Historical
IRestoration Society, 941133 SR 107 South
in Najssuville, will acknowledge Black
History Mlonth with a community discus-
sion, "Healing with Home
Remerdies," on Saturday at
6j p.m. Evreryonle is invited
to attend and share a sam-
ple of their r-emedies.
Sonja Simlpson-Homer,[8
a Jacksonville native and Simpson-
glraduate ofthe university Homer
of Flor-ida. will serve as
guest speaker. Shinpson-
Homler has earned a bachelor's degree
in psyrchology and is studying to become
a naturopathic physician. She was raised
using natural and holistic medicines and
haus researched the topic ex-tensively,
AI retired employee of the airline
industry, Simlpson-Homer said that shar-
ing the benefits of health and wellness is
herbajsion.
"Nothing delights me more than
knowing I helped someone else in a way
that causes their life to prosper,
Simpson-Homer said "So many people
need inio but they don't kn~ow where the
resources are.
nThe discussion is a continuation of
the organization's series on Rural Black
History presented in cooperation with
the Gnllah!Greehee Cultural Heritage
Commnitee of Nor theast Florida. For
information call William Jefferson at


HEALTHFUL





Wellness talk
Nassau Health Foods will
host Imren ldckman, 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." Benefits of.Inck-
man's natural approach are:
achieving and maintaining
ideal weight safely and easily,
increasing energy and mental ~
clarity, decreasing lines and
signs of aging and minimizing
risk of future disease. Seating
is limited. Tickets are $10 in
advance and $15 at the door. .
Call 277-3158.



The Nassau County Health
Department is offering a
series of four, two-hour '
Healthy Lifestyle classes on -
Mondays I arch 8, 15, 22 and
29 from 6-8 p.m. at the Family
Educatiott Center/Yulee Full-
Service School, 86207 Felmor
Road, Yulee. Imarn how to
improve your health and social
well-being. Registration fee is
$20 for the series. Space is lim-
ited. For questions or to regis-
ter call 548-1853.


BLACK HISTORY MONTH


LEGAL NOTICES


History, 233 S. Third St., invites the
public to its continuing Black
History Month and American
Beach anniversary celebrations.
Join the museum on Thursday at 6
p.m. as local historian and author,
SAnnette Myers, shares some of the
history of the unique local land-
mark, American Beach. Author of
The Shrinking Sands of an American
Beach and The Big Sand Dune and
the Beach Lady, Myers is an
American Beach president who is
truly passionate about its history
and preservation. This progr-am is
free and open to the public. Contact
Alex at 261-7378, ext. 102. *

'Afri~kan Holokaust'
On Saturday fr'om 1-4 p.m., hear
excerpts from the plity "Remember
the Afrikan Hplokaust" at Kingsley
Plantation as part of its Black
SHistory Month celebrations.
African-American Griot, Howard-
rThabbo" lawis, will present
excerpts from his original play and
through narration, drumming, song
and dance, will take the audience on
a journey that explores tribal life of
many Africans prior to.captur~e and
enslavement and how they later
regained lost humanity and dignity '
despite enslavement in the
Americas.
Velma "Mala" Thomas will bring
to-life the plight of an estimated 1,00
million Africans enslaved through a


live-action version of her book Lest
WVe Forget: The Passage from Africa
to Slavery and Emancipation
(1997).
Incated off Heckscher
Drive/A1A, north of the St. Johns
River ferry landing, Kiogsley
Plantation is open daily, at no
charge, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Call (904) 251-3537, or go to
www.nps.gov/timu.

History celebration
Trinity United Methodist
Church invites you to attend a
"Celebration of African American .
History" at 4 p.m. Sunday, in partici-
pation with Memorial UMC,
Franklintown UJMC and Greater
Fernandina Church of God. Enjoy a
celebration of a rich heritage in
America; a heritage attained not
only by African Americans, but by
and for many others that had an
impact on our strength as a nation
today (all with a devout conviction
of faith). Imarn about little known
historical facts, unsung heroes
nationally and locally, and enjoy .
music and praise dance. All are wel-
come at 715 Ash St., Fernandina .
,Beach.

.Histayevent
Friendship Baptist Church,
85834 Miner Road, will hold a Black
History Month event on Sunday at 4
p.m. For information call 225-5627.


PLA;T BOOK 5. PAGE 3; RUN
HENCE SOUTHERLY ALONG
THE WESTERLY LINE OF SAID
PLAT, SOUTH 08.46'00"WEST A
DISTANCE OF 560.0 FEET:' RUN
THENCE SOUTH 11*41'16'WEST
A DISTANCE OF 160 5 FEET: RUN
THEICE NORTH 78*21'35"WEST
A DISTANCE OF282.7 FEET: RUN
THENCE SOUTH 86*02'18'WEST
A DISTANCE OF 103.4 FEET; RUN
.THENCE NORTH OLP00'31* EAST
A DISTANCE OF 36.03 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.
LESS AND EXCEPTING A
PORTION OF LOTS 1, 2 & 3,
'L.ARCHMONT UNIT ONE," AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF RECORDED IN PI.AT BOOK
.3 PAGE 13 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
IY, FLORIDA. BEING MORE PAR-
TICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS:
BEGIN AT THE SOUTHWEST
CORNER OF AFORESAID LOT
3; THENCE NORTH 03*49'00"
WEST, ALONG THE WEST LINEN
OF SAID LOT 3, A DISTANCE OF
156.58 FEET: THENCE SOUTH
90000'00" EAST A DISTANCE OF
257.76 FEET: THENCE SOUTH
OP000'00" EAST A DISTANCE OF
144.47 FEET TO INTERSECT THE
NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF WAY I.NE
OFSAPLER ROAD(A )00 FOOT
RIGHT-OF-WAY) AND A POINT
`ON A NON-TANGENT CURVE
CONCAVE TO THE SOUTH HAV-
ING A RADIUSO(F 1181.62 FESTyA
THENCE ~WESTERLY ALONG -
SAID NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-
WAY UINE AND ALONG THE
ARC OF SAID CURVE
THROUGH A CENTRAL ANGLE
OF 05e25'49", AN ARC DIS-
TANCE OF 111.99 FEET AND
BEING SUBTENDED BY A
CHORD BEARING SOUTH
88Pd6'00'WEST A DISTANCE OF
111.96 FEET TO THE POINT OF
TANGENCY; THENCE SOITH
86.0306' WEST, ALONG SAID
NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE, A DISTANCE OF 135.74
FEET TO THE PONT OF BEGIN-
NING.
Any and all plans and
specifications In connection
with the construction of
improvements onihe Property
(the "Poject").
Any and all construction
contracts, architect's agree-
ments and purchase-agree-
ments now existing or to be
entered hto hereafter in con-
nection with the construction
and equipping of the Project
Including without limitatlon a
construction contract by and
between BDA Amello, LLLP
and contractorss.
Any and~ all warratles with
respect to services or materl-
als furnished In connection
with the construction and
equipping of the Project,
including without Ilmitation
contractors', subcontractors'
and supplldrs' warranties.
AH fixtures on Property, and
all proceeds, all supporting
obligations and products of
the foregoing, wherever locat-
ed.
at public sale, at 1 1:30 a.m. ot
thereafter, to the highest and
best bidder for cash, at the
Nassau Cotriy Judlcid Annex,
76347 Veteran \Nay, Yulee,
Florida, or thereafter. on 24
March, 2010. *
Persons with disabilities
requesting reasonable
accommodations to partici-
pate in thls proceeding should
contact Florida Relay Service
at 800-955-8771.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD .
Clerk of the Circult Court
By /s/ C. Easterwood
Deputy Clerk -
2t 02-24, 0303-2010
8431

IN THE CIRCUIT OF THE 4th
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY
Case #: 2009-CA-000732
Division #: A
UNC:
Deutsche Bank Natlond Trust
Company, as Trustee in trust
for the benefit or the
Certificaeholders for Asset-
Backed Pass-Through
Certificates, Series 2003-11,
Plaintiff,
-vs.-
Ralph Alderman and
L~utherla Sarah Alderman
a/k/a Lutherla Alderman,
Husband and Wife; Carmel
Flnanclal Corporat(on: RGL
Associates. Inc.; United
States of Amerlca,
Department of Treasury;
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OFSALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order of Flnal
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated February 16, 2010,
entered in Civil Case No. 2009-
CA-000732 of the Circult court
of the Ath Judlcila Clrcuit In
and for Nassau County, Florida
whereln Deutsche Bank
National Trust Company as
Trustee In trst forthe benefit of
the Certificateholders for
Asset-Backed Pass-Throulgh
Certificates, Serles 2003-11,
Plaintiff and Ralph Alderman
(SSN XXX-XX-5280) and
Lutheria Sarah Alderman


the front of the NassauCounty -
Courthouse. 76347 Veteran's
Way, Yulee, Florida 32097, at
11:30 AM (EST), on the 23 day
of March. 2010.
If you are subordinate lien
holder claiming a right to
funds remaining after the sde,
you must fle a claim with the
Clerk of Court no later than
S60 days after these. f youfal
to fle a claim, flou will not be
entitled to any remaining
funds. '
Notice to Persons, With
Disabilities: Ifyou area person
with a disability who needs
Sany accommodation in order
to participate in this pro-
ceeding, yoli are entitled, of
no cost to you, to the provl-
sion of certainn assistance.
Please corltact the Court
Admlnistrator'soffice notilater
than seven days prior to the
proceeding.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Amanda Stearn
Deputy Clerk
2t 02-24, 03-03-2010
8434

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUll
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY,FLOklDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 45-2008-CA-
000654~ u i
DIVISION:
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY AS TRUSTEE
FOR IXIS 2006-HE2
Plaintiff, -
vs. .
AVRAtlAM BARUCH DAH-
MAN, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Pursuant to an Order Resche-
dullng Forecloste Sale dated
February 9, 2010,and entered
in Case No.452008-CA-000654
of the -Circuit Court of the
Fourth Judicial Clrcuit In and
for Nassau County, Florida In
wHch Deutsche Bank Nahonal
Trust Company, As Trustee For-
IXIS 2006HEZ is the Plantff ad
Avraham Baruch Dahman,
Llmor Dahman, Tenant #1,
n/k/o Anthony Pelfrey, Tenant
12, Jackle Pelfrey, are defen-
dants, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash in/on
Nassau County, Florida at on
the 17th day of March, 2010,
the following described prop-
erty as set forth In said Final
judgment of Foreclosues:
LOT 18, TIMBER CREEK
PLANTATION, PHASE ONE, AC-
CORDING TO THE PLAT THERE-
OF AS RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 6 AT PAGE 394
THROUGH 398, INCLUSIVE, OF
THE CURRENT PUBLIC RE-
~CORDS OF NASSAU COUNIV,
FLORIDA.
A/K/A 76210 TIDEVIEW LANE,
VULEE, FLORIDA 32097
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the
properly owner as of the date
of the Lis Pendens must fle a
claim within 60 days after thei
sale.
Dated In Nassau County,
Florkia this 12 day of February,
201 0.
John A. Crawtord
Clerk of the Circuit Court .
Nassau County, Rodida
By: /s/ Amonda Stearn
Deputy Clerk
Albertelli Law
Attorney for Plaintiff
RO. box 23028
Tampa, FL 33623
(81 3) 221-4743
08-1 0030
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any ac-
commodation In order to par-
ticipate In a court proceed-
Ing, you are ent tled. of no cost
. to you, to the provision of cer-
taln assistance. Please con-
tact Court Administration of
(904) 630-2564, within two (2)
working days of receipt of this
notice; if you are hearing or
volce impaired, call 1-800-955-
. 8771. To fle response please
contact Nassau County Clerk
of Court, 76347 veteran's way,
Yulee FL 32097. Tel: (904) 548-
4600 x1569; Fax: (904) 327-
5795. -
2t 02-24,03-03-2010
8426

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 45-2008-CA-95
DIVISION A
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CARLTON G. JONES, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order
Reschedthlng Foreclosure Sale
dated February 17, 2010. and
entered in Case No. 45-2008-
CA-95 of the Oircuit Court of
the FOURTH Judicidl Clrcuit in
and for NASSAU County,


Florlda wherein WELIS FARGO
BANK, NA, Ls the Plalntif and
CARLTQN G. JONES: THE
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF CARL-
TON G. JONES N/K/A KAREN
JONES; TENANT #1 N/K/A
MARIA BACON, and TENANT
#2 N/K/A SHANNON DUNCAN
cre the Defendmits,ldwll sel to
the highest and best bidder
for cash at NASSAU JUDICIAL
ANNEX,76347 VEFRAN'SWAY,
YULEE, FLORIDA art I1:30AM,
on the17 day ofMarch,2010,
the following described prop
erty as set forth in sold Final
Judgment*
A PARCELOF LAND LOCAT-
ED WIfHIN AND BEING A PART
OF SECTION 17, TOWNSHIP 2
NORT l, RANGE 24 EAST, NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
BEGIN ATTHE SOUTHEAST COR-
.NER OF SAID SECTION 17 AND
RUN NORTH 44 DEGREES 20
MINUTES 00 SECONDS WEST A
DISTANCE OF898~.0 TETTOHE
SOUIHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
LINE OF PETREE ROAD (HAV-
ING A 40 FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY
AS NOW EsTABLISHED); THENCE
SOUTH 39 DEGREES 41 MINUTES
38 SECONDS WEST ALONG
SAID SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF
169.92 FEET TO A POINT OF A
CURVE CONCAVE NORTH-
WESTERLY AND HAVING A
RADIUS OF 798.905 FEET:
THENCE ALONG AND
AROUND SAID CURVE AND
SAID SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY UINE AN ARC DIS-
TANCE OF 153.38 FEET; SAID
ARC BEING SUBTENDED BY A
CHORD BEARING AND DIS-
TANCE OF SOUTH 45 DEGREES
11 MINUTES 38SECONDSWEST,
153.14 FEET TO ITS POINT OF
TANGENCV; THENCE SOUTH 50
DEGREES 41 MINUTES 38 SEC-
ONDS WEST ALONG SAID
SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY
UNEA DISTANCE OF4212 FET:
THENCE SOUTH O1 DEGREES56
MINUTES 18 SECONDS EAST A
DISTANCE OF 186.1'5 FEET TO
THE SOUTHERLY UINE OF SAID
SECTION 17: THENUCE NORTH
88 DEGREES 04 MINUTES 49
SECONDS EAST ALONG. SAID
SOUTHERLY LINE A DISTANCE
OF'660.46 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
A/K/A 45612 PETREE ROAD,
CALLAHAN, FL 32011
Any person claiming an
hterest In the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the -
property owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on Feb: 17,
2010.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court .
By: /s/ Amonda Stern
Deputy Clerk
Florldo Defaul Law Group -
PL
RO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florlda 33622-5018
FO8005162 NMNC-FNMA-
Americans with Disabilittles
S Act
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation In order to
participate In thi proceeding,
you are entiled at nocostto
you~to the provision of certain
assktmece please contact the
circuit court at (904) 321-6709.
2t 02-24, 03-03-2010
8427

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 2006-CA-408
DIVISION: A
U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, TRUSTEE,
Plaintiff
vs.
ANITA S. WATTERS,eatal,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order
Reschedtlihg Foreclosure Sale
dated February 12 2010, and
entered in Case No.2006-CA-
408 of the Circuit Court of the
FOURTH Judicial Clrcuit in ared
for NASSAU County, Florlda
whereln U.S. BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION, TRUSTEE, $sthe
Plaintmf and ANITA S.WATTERS:
GARY A. WATTERS: UNITED
STATES OF AMERICA: TENANT
#1 N/K/A MEGAN WATTERS:
.are the Defedndms, I wll sell to
the highest and best bidder
for cash of NASSAU JUDICIAL
ANNEX,76347 VETERAN'S WAY
YULEE, RLORIDA of 11:30AM,
on the 17 day of March, 2010,
1he following described prop-
erty as set forth In said Final
Judgment:
LOT 11, BLOCK 4, WOOD-
LAND ESTATES, UNIT TWO,
ACCORDING TOPLAF THEREOE
AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK
4 PAGES d6, 47 AND 48 OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA. TOGETHER
WITH THAT CERTAIN MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON,
SERIAL NUMBERS GDL-


CFL4693733A & GDL-
CFLA693733B. `
A/K/A44726WOODIAND'CIR-
CLE, CALLAHAN, FL 3201 1
'Any person claiming an
Interest Inthe surplus from the
sole, If any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Uls Pendens must file a
calam within sixty(60) days
after the sdle.
WITNESS MY HAND and he
sed of this Court on Feb. 17,
2010.
John A. Crawford .
Clerkof the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Amondo Stearn
Deputy Clerk *
Florlda Default Law Group,

PO. Box 25018
Tampa, Florlda 336224018
FO6015495-CHASEBPRDIR-
CONV-
SAmericans with Disabilities
Act .
If you are a pse~rson with a
disabilityl who needs any
accommodatiort In order to
participate in tis proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistcnce please contact the
circuit court at (904) 321-5709.
2t 02-2403-03-2010
8428

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
SAND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 03-203-CA
DIVISION A
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNA M.1 IETON, et al,
Defendant(s).
NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to .an Order
Reschedtlhg Foreclosure Sde
dated February 17, 2010, and
entered In Case No. 03-203-
CA of the Circuit Court of the
FOURTH Judiclal Clrcub~ In and
for NASSAU County. Florida
whereln CHASE HOME
FINANCE LLC. is the Plaintiff
and ANNA M. KEETON: GARY
'W. KEETON: are the
Defendants, I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at NASSAU JUDICIAL
.ANNEX, 76347 VETERAN'S WAY,
YULEE, FLORIDA at 11:30AM,
on the 17 day of March. 2010,
the following described prop-
erty as set forth In said Flnal
Judgment:
TRACT NINETEEN (19), OAK
WOODS,ACCORDING TO PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGE 370 AND 371.
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN
MOBILE HOME LOCATED
THEREON, SERIAL NUMBERS
FLHML3BI 61126251A &
FLHMI.Bl161126251B.
A/K/4 2333 Shady Oak Drive,
Yulee, FL 32097
Any person dolaming an
Interest In the surplus from he
sale, If any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Uis Pendens must file a
claim within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Co~ut on Feb. 17,
2010.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Clrcuit Court
By: /s/ Amanda Stearn
Deputy Clerk
Florlda Default Law Group,
PL
PO. Box 25018 .
Tampa, Rlorlda 33622-6018
FO5015536-CHASE-FHA-
Americans with Disabilities
Act
If you are a person with a .
disability .who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you~tothe provlslon of certain
arssrtatme please contact the
circuit court at (904) 321-5709.
2t 02-24 03-03-2010
8429 '

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 45-20-CP-000028-
AXXt-YX
DIVISION: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
PAMEIA SUE YEOMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Palmela sue Yeoan, .
deceased, whose date of
death was January 18. 2010
fl~e Nuinber 45-2010-CP-
000028-AXXX-VX, Is pending In
the Clrcuit Court for Nassau
County, Florida, Probate
Division, the address of which
Is 76347 Veteran's Way, Vulee,
FL 32097. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentatlve and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons hc~ng
claims or demands against
decedent s estate on whom a
copy of this notice has been


served must file thelf claims
with this court WITHIN THE
IATER OF 3MONTHSAFTERTHE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA- ;
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 '
DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SER-
VICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICEON THEM.
SAll other creditors of the
decedent and other persons
having claims or demands
againstt decedent's estate
must file their doblms with this
court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE' FIRST PUBU-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED NILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME .PERIOD SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED IWO
(2)EARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.
The date of first publication
of this Notice is FEBRUARY 24
2010.
Attorney for Petitioner:
GEORGE WEOMAN
DEIRDRE A.WALLACE, ESQ.
PO. Box 15879 .
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
(904) 261-6755
(904) 261-6766 facsimile
Fla. Bar No.: 0275130
2t 02-24, 03-03-2010
8430

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUITT, '
NASSAU COUNTYFLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2009-CA-000566
BB SYNDICATION SERVICES,
INC., a Wisconsin corporation
Plantgf,

UDA AMELIA, .LLLFa Florida '
limited partnership, ALLE-
GIANCE DEVELOPMENT, LLC,
a Texas Ilmited Ilobility com-
pony, FORMAN CAPITAL LLC,
a Rlorida Ilmited Ilability com-
pany, HALLMARK CONISTRUC-
TION MANAGEMENT.INC., a
Florida corporation, CAPE
SOUND ON AMELIA ISLAND
CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIA-
TION, INC.. a Florida non-
profit corporation
Defendants,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby ivn that,
pursuant to the Final Judg-
ment entered in the above-
captioned action, Iwil selithe
property situated in Nassau
County, Florida described on
Exhibit A
Exhibit A
(the "Prbperty3)
The "Property" collectively
and defined below:
LOTS 25 AND 26, BLOCK
NO. 1, "SADLER ESTATES" AC-
CORDING TO PI.AT RECORD-
ED IN THE PDU~C RECORDS OF
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN
PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 68, LOTS I,
2,AND 3 LARCHMONT," UNIT
ONE, ACCORDING TO PLAT
RECORDED IN THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY, FLORIDA, IN PLAT BOOK 3,
PAGE 13.
TOGETHER WfH A PORTION
OF GOVERNMENT LOT 5, SEC-
TION 29, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE 28 EAST, NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA: SAID POR-
TION BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: BEGIN AT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER OF LOT
3, "LARCHMONT." UNIT ONE,
AFORESAID AND RUN NORTH
01946 43"WEST,A DISTANCE OF
47.56 FEET TO THE SOUTHERLY
LINE OF "ISLAND GROVE,"
PHASE TWO, ACCORDING TO
PLAT RECORDED IN THE PUB-
LIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA. IN PLAT
BOOK 5, PAGE 49, THENCE
NORTH 88*51'15"EAST. ALONG
SAID SOUTHERLY LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 252.14 FEET TO THE
SOUTHEASTERLY CORNER OF
"ISLAND GROVE," PHASE TWO
AFORESAID: THENCE SOUTH
M0038 51 "EAST, A DISTANCE OF
36.53 FEET TO THE NORTHERLY
LINE OF LOT 1,"LARCHMON,"
UNIT ONE. AFORESAID: THENCE
SOUTH 86*20 27"WEST, ALONG
THE NORTHERLY UINE OF LOTS 1,
2, AND 3. "LARCHMONT," UNIT
ONE AFORESAID, A DISTANCE
OF 251.53 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING.
TOGETHER WifH A PORTION
OF GOVERNMENT LOT 1, SEC-
TION 29, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH,
RANGE 28 EAST, NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA: SAID POR-
TION BEING MORE PARTICU-
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL-
LOWS: FOR A POINT OF
BEGINNING, BEGIN AT A CON-
CRETE MONUMENT AT THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF LOT 9,
ISLAND GROVE SUBDIVISION,
PHASE TWO, PLAT BOOK 5,
PAGE 49 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF THE AFOREMEN-
TIONED COUNTY RUN THENICE
ALONG THE EASTERLY LINE OF
SAID SUBDIVISION NORTH
0)0000 31" EAST A DISTANCE OF
612.37 FEET: RUN THENCE
NORTH 88.43 Sl" EAST A DIS-
TANCE OF 239.6 FEET: RUN
TH-ENCE NORTH 52*39 48" EAST
A DISTANCE OF 79.0 FEET: RUN
THENCE SOUTH 78009'59" EAST
A DISTANCE OF 199.70 FEET TO
A CONCRETE MONUMENT
AND ON THE WESTERLY UNE OF
DRURY HOMES SUBDIVISION,


a/k/a Lutheria Alderman (SSN
XXX-XX-3455). Husband and
Wife re defendat(s) ,1wili sell
to the blghest and best bid-
der for cash, AT THE MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS
WAY YULEE, FLORIDA, 32097 AT
11I:30A.M.on April l;2010,the
following described property
as set forth in said Final
Judgment. to-wit:
COMMENCING AT THE
INTERSECTION OF THE WEST
LINE OF GOVERNMENT LOT
ONE (1) SECTION TOWNSHIP
3 NORTH, RANGE 26 EAST AND
THE NORTH RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF STATE ROAD 108. RUNNING
THENCE EASTERLY ALONG THE
SAID NORTH RIGHT OF LINE
FOR 104.35525 TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING, CONTINUING
THENCE ALONG SAID NORTH
RIGHT OF WAY UINE 208.7105
FEETTHENCE NORTHERLY AND
PARALLEL WITH THE SAID WEST
LINE OF GCWERNMIENT LOT.1 A


AND ENLARGED, REVISED AND
REISSUED BY THE FL~ORIDA
TOWN IMPROVEMENT COM-
PANY IN 1887 AND 1901) AS
THE WEST 100 FEET OF LOTS 7
AND 8, BLOCK 11, FERNANDI-
NA BEACH.
WifNESS MY HAND and the~
seal of thls Court on Feb. 18,
2010.
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT (ADA) NOTICE
INDIVIDUALS WIIT DISABIL-
ITIES NEEDING A REASONABLE
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTRACTTHE COURT
ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE, AS
SOON AS POSSIBLE, TELE-
PHONE: J OR, IF HEARING
IMPAIRED. 1-800-955-8771
(fDD); OR 1-800-955-8770 (V)
VIA FLORIDA RELAY.SERVICE.
John A.Crawtord
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
2t 02-24, 053-032010
8433


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, IN
SAND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO.45-2010-CP-19
DIVISION: A
IN RE: ESTATE OF
WILLIAM M. BRISTOL Ill,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The crnclary administrahilon
of the estate of WILLIAM M.
BRISTOL III, whose dbte of
death was August 19,2009, is
pending In the Clrcuit Court
for Nassau County, Florida,
Probate Dlvlsion, the address
of which is 76347 Veterans
Way, Yuiee, FL 32097. The
-names and addresses of the
ancilary persond representa-
tive and her attorney are set
forth below.*
All creditors of the dece-
detntdoftherpersonshavlng
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice has been
.served must file their claims
with thls Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONiHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30
DAYS AFTER THE TIME OF SER-
VICE: OF A COPY OF THIS
NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
ing dolams or demerids agdnst
the decedent's estate must
fle their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBl.-
CATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND
DEMANDS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first pubi-
cation of this Notice is
February 24, 2010.
Attorney for Ancillary
Persond Representative:
Wesley R. Poole of
POOLE & POOLE, PA.
Florida BarNo. 175441
303 Centre Street, Suite 200
Post Office Box 1280
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035
Telephone: (904) 261-0742
Ancillary Personal
Representative:
lyARY JAYNE COMEY
465 Plneville Road
Newton, PA 18940
21 02-24,03-03-2010
8425

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 09-CA-1042
GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC,
Plalntif, ,

JEFFREY MICHAEL CHERES.
NOWSKY, a/k/a JEFFERY
CHERESNOWSKY, and LINDA
GRAY CHERESNOWSKY,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE ,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
THAT, pursuant to Pldhitlff's Find
Judgment Of Foreclosure
entered in the above-cap-
tloned action, I will sell the
property situated in Nassau
County, Florida, described as
follows, to wit:
EXHIBIT`A"
That certain piece, parcel
or tract of land, state, lying
and belng in the County of
Nassau candState of Florida,
known and described as:
Part of Section 35,Township
2 North, Range 28 East, Ncassau
County, Florida and belng
moore particularly described
as follows: For a Polnt of
Reference, Commence at a
concrete monument located
of the Northwest corner of sadd
Section 35; thence South 01
degrees 14 minutes East, dong
the westerly ulne of said
Section 35, 2406.56 feet to an
iron plpe located~ at the
Northwest corner of the lands
of Lonnk Crews; thence South
81 degrees 08 minutes East,
along the North line of said
Lonnie Crews, 2364. 10 feet to
the Northeasterly corner of
said lands; thence South 50
degrees 01 minutes West,
along the Easterly line of said
Lonnie Crews, 105294 feet to
theSoufthwesterlyright of way
line of a 60 foot wide county
road; thence North 54
degrees 47 minutes West,
along sdid county road 456.30
feet to an angle point in said
county road; thence North 62
degrees 12 minutes 30 sec-
onds west, along said
Southwesterly right of way line
295.37 feet to the Point of
Beginning: thence continue
North 62 degrees 12 minutes
30 seconds West, 155.81 feet;
thence South 14 degrees 02
minutes 30 seconds West
371.00.feet: thence South 54
degrees 51 minutes 30 sec-
onds East, 108.83 feet; thence
North 21 degrees 38 minutes
43 seconds East, 376.45 feet
to the Point of Beginning.
TOGETHER WIIH THAT CER-
TAIN 2001 GRAND MANOR,
PS6703-A, 70 X 30'8" MOBILE
HOME, SERIAL NUMBER
GAGMTDO7083AB
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash of


TSID NCE OF 208.7105J FEET, -
THENCE WESTERLY AND PAR- NOTICE OF PUI)LIC SALE
ALLELTO THE NORTH RIGHT OF BILL'S TOWING gives Notice
WAY LINE OF SAID STATE ROAD of Foreclosure of i~en and
108 RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF A Intent to sell ihese vehicles on
DISTANCE OF 208.7105 FEET, 03/11/2010, 8:30 am at 425 S
THENCE SOUTHERLY TO THE 8TH ST FERNANDINA, FL 32034-
POINT OF BEGINNING, CON- 3609, pursuant to subsection
TAINING ONE ACRE MORE OR 713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
LESS. BILL'S TOWING reserves the:
L. ANY P~G$QiN~rPlh~lHIA~yiMI right tdabodoptiW7ejedfill lianyin
.1I AN INTEREST IN ItHE.5~4URiS 1A and/orall blds.niA Iinid Ho C 0
FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER i 2CIMR5229W6705041 1998
THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER CHEVROLET
ASOF THE DATE OF THE LISPEN- lt 02-24-2010
DENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WIH- 8418
IN 60 DAYS AFTER THESAU',--
IF YOU ARE A PERSONWIfH IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
A DISABILITY WHO NEEDS ANV FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ACCOMMODATION IN ORDER AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO- FLORIDA
CEEDING, YOU ARE ENHIILED, CIVIL ACTION
AT NO COST TO YOU, TO THE CASE NO.: 45-2009-CA-
PROVISION OF CERTAIN ASSIS- 001251
TANCE. PLEASE CONTACT NAS- DIVISION: A
SAU COUNTY COURTHOUSE. WELLS FARGO BANK, NA ,
416 Centre Street, Fernandina Plaintiff,
Beach, FL 32034 WITHIN 2 vs.
WORKING DAYS OF YOUR RE- KYLE PATRICK ANDRUSA/K/A
CEIPT OF THIS NO11CE OF SALE: KYLE ANDRUs, et al.
IF YOU ARE HEARING IMPAIRED Defendant(s).
CALL: 1-800-955-8771; IF YOU NOTICE OF ACTION
ARE VOICE IMPAIRED CALL' 1- TO:
800-955-8770. KYLE PATRICK ANDRUS A//A
DATED at Fernandina KYLE ANDRUS
Beach. Rlorlda, this 17 day of LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
Fetiruary. 2010. 10900 8w 1041th Street #322
JOHN A. CRAWFORD Miami, FI 33176
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT CURRENT ADDRESS:
COURT UNKNOWN
Nassau County, Florldo ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
By: /s/ Amanda Stearn PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
DEPUTY CLERK THROUGH, UNDERAND
ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
SHAPIRO & FISHMAN. LLP INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S)
10004 North Dale Mabry WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
Hwy, Suite 112 DEAD OR AUIVE, WHETHER
Tampa, Florida 33618 SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
09-145315 CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
2t 02-24,03-03-2010 SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES,
8432 GRANTEES OR OTHER
------CLAIMANTS
NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
PERSONAL PROPERTY CON- UNKNOWN
SISTING OF MISCELLANEOUS CURRENT ADDRESS:
ITEMS WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH UNKNO\iNN
AT PUBLIC SALE ON FRIDAY, YOU ARE NOTIFIED thatan
MARCH 12 2010 AT 10:00 A.M. action to foreclose a mort-
AT THE ADDRESS BELOW TO gage on the following prop-
SATISFY OWNER'S UEN DUE IN eirty inNASSAUCountyFlorida*
ACCORDANCE WITH FLORIDA LOT 151, FLORA PARKE, UNIT
STATUTE 83.806. 2B, ACCORDING TO PLAT
PAULAULD 101 THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
MAXINE CORBITT 45& 46 PLAT BOOK 6 PAGES 255, 256,
REGINALD DAVIS 124 257 AND 258 OF THE PUBLIC
FIRST COAST MOVING & RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
STORAGE COMPANY 1Y, FLORIDA.
3428 CESSNA LANE has been filed agdinst you and
FERNANDINA BEACH, FL you are regulred to serve a
32034 copy of your written defenses
PO BOX 6062 within 30 days after the first
FERNANDINA BEACH, Y( publication, If any, on Florida
32035-6062 Default Low Group, PL.,
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO Plalntiff's attorney, whose
REFUSE ANY AND ALL BIDS. address Is 9119 Corporate
2t 02-24,034)32010 Lake Drive. Sulte 300, Tampa,
8424 Florida 33634 and file the orig-
-----Inal wlth this Court either
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. before service on Plalntiff's
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN attomneyor Immediately there-
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, offer; otherwise a default will
FLORIDA be entered against you for the
CASE NO.: 2008-CA-844 relief demanded In the
DIVISION: A Complalnt or petition.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF This notice shall be pub-
NASSAU COUNTY a corpora- lished once each weekfor two
tion, consecutive weeks in he Fern-
PLAINTIFF, andina Beach News Leader,
vs. WITNESS my hand and the
COCKRAN PRINTING, INC., a seal of this Court on this 18th
dissolved Rlorida corpora- day of Feb.. 21110.
tron, et al.. John A. Crawford
DEFENDANT(S). Clerk of the Court
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE By: /s/ Arlelle Wilson
SALE As Deputy Clerk
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Florida Default Law Group,
purrsulant to a Summary Flnol PL
Judgment of Foreclosure en- PO.Box 25018
tered herein, I will sell to the. Tampa, Florida 33622-6018
highest and best bidder for NMNC-VA-B-cfordham-
cash at the front entrance of FO9119522
the Nassau County Judicial Americans with bisabllltles
Annex. 76347 Veterans way, Act
Yulee. FL at 11:30 a.m. on the If you are a person wlth a
23 day of March. 2010,the fol- disability who needs any
lowing described property: accommodation In order to
ALLOF THAT CERTAIN PIECE participate in this proceeding,
OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE. you are entited, at no cost to
LYING AND BEING IN THE CITY youto the provision of certidn
OF FERNANDINA BEACH (FOR- asslstance please contact the
MERLY FERNANDINA) IN THE circuit courtat (904) 321-6709.
COUNTY OF NASS'AU AND 2t 02-24,03-03-2010
STATE OF FLORIDA, AND 8435
KNOWN AND DESCRIBED- -
UPON AND ACCORDIN6 TO Continued on next page.
TH-E OFFICIAL MAP OR PLAT OF- --
SAID CITY (AS UTHOGRAPHED News-Leader legal deadline
AND ISSUED BY THE FLORIDA b at noon Fridays.
RA1LROAD GOMPANY IN 1857 Call 261-3696 for details.


WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 2010 LEISillE News-Leader


3RClOfgro'

The Ritz Theatre and Museum.
829 N. Davis St., Jacksonville, will
host "Panel of Pros: Jacksonville
Professional Black Athletes," at 7
p.m. Thursday, featuring 18 athletes
who attended and played sports at
local high schools during segrega-
tion and whose skills took them to
the National Football league and
beyond. ,
The panel will be moderated by
former NFL player Edward Hayes
and Coach James Day. The conver-
sation will include a reflective dia-
logue that is meant enlighten and
inspire coaches, athletes and the
entire community. For information
call (904) 632-5555. .

Readin
The Nassau County Public
Library System will participate in
the 20th National African American
Read-In Chain on Thursday at 6:30
p~m. at the Hilliard branch library.
The National African American
Read-In Chain is sponsored by the
National Council of Teachers of
English (NCTE) and the Black
Caucus of the NCTE. Come pre- .
pared to share a 1-3 minute reading
of work written `by an African-
American writer. Call 548-4866.

Amd-cnG htl
The Amelia Island Museuin of










WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 2010 / NE\VS-LEADER 9




LEGAL NOTICES


JOHNS SIX MILE CREEK NORTH PROPOSED Permit and subse- ment period. Filing of a petition
UNIT 6PARCELS 27, 28, 29 AND quent FINAL Permit in accor- with the Administrator of the
31, according to plot thereof dance with the conditions of EPA does not stay the effective
as recorded in Map Book 54, the DRAFT Permit unless a date of any permit properly
pages 35 through 42 of the ~response received in accor- issued pursuant to the provi-
public records of St. Johns dance with the following pro- sions of Chapter 62-213, EA.C.
County, Florida. cedures results In a different Petitions filed with the Admini-
Lots41,42 102.116,117,118 decision or signlflcant change strator of EPA must meet the
onldl19ST.JOHNSFORESTUNIT. 9 of terms or conditions. The requirements of 42 ~U.S.C.
FOUR, according to plat there- Permitting Authority will ac- Section 7661 d(b)(2) and must
of as recorded in Map Book cept written comments con- be filed with the Administrator
62, Pages 1 through 12, inclu- cerning the Draft TitleV Permit of the EPA at: U.S. EPA, 401 M
sive~of the public recordsof St. for a period of 30 days froria Street, $.W., Washington D.C.
Johh~s County. Rorida. the date of publication of the 20460. For more information
Lots 456, 459, 460, 462 and Public Notice. Written com- regarding EPA review and
463, MURABELLA UNIT THREE, ments must be received by objections, visit EPA's Region 4
according to plat thereof as the close of. business (5:00 web site at http://www.epa.
recorded in Map Book 57, p.m.), on or before the end of gov/region4/dr/permits/lforid
Pages 94 through 109, of the this 30-day period by the a.htm.A complete'project file
public records of St. Johns Permitting Authority at Florida Is available for public inspec-
County, Florida. Department of Environmental tion during normal business
The sale will be held on Protection, Northeast District hours, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,
March 23.201Qcommencing Office, 7825 Baymeadows Monday through Friday,
at 11:00 a.m., to the highest Way, Suite B200, Jacksonvllle, except legal holidays, at:
and best bidder for cash, RForida 32256.As part of his or Permitting Authority:
online: via the Real Auction/ her comments, any person Florida Department of
Duval County websit~te (lps/ many also request that the Environmental Protectjion
www.duvd.realforeclose.com) Permitting Authority hold a Norheast District Office
in accordance with Section public meeting on this per- Alr Resource Manageme~nt
45.031 of the Florlda Statutes. mitting action. If the Permitting 7825 Baymeadows Way. Suite
ANY PERSON CLAMINGAN Authority determlnes there is\ B200
INTEREST INTHESURPLUSFROM sufficient Interest for a public Jacksonville, FL 32256
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN meeting, it will publish notice of Telephone: (904) 807-3300
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF the timei,date, and~location' Fax: (904) 4484363
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS on the official web site for The complete project file
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 notices at Florida Administral- includes the Draft Permit, the
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. tifve Weeldy (FAW) at bttp:// Statement of Basis, the appli-
In accordance with the faw.dos.state.fl.us/ and in d cation, and the Information
AmericunswithDisablitiesAct. ,newspaper of general circu- submitted by the applicant,
persons needing specila lotion In the area affected by exclusive of confidential re-
accommodation to partici- the permitting action.Foraddi- cords under Section 403.111,
pateln this proceeding should tionallinformation contact the E.S. Interested persons may
contact the Individual or Permitting.Authority at the contact Christopher L Kilrts, PE.
agency sending notice not above address or phone num- of the above address, or call
later than seven (7) days prior ber. It written comments or 904-807-3300 for additional
to the proceeding at the comments received at a pub- .Information.
address given or the notice.. 110c meeting result in a signifl- It 02-24-2010
Telephone: 904I-630-2564; 1- cant change to the Draft 8422
800-955-8771 (TDD) or 1-800- Perrnit the Permitting Authority- --
955-8770 (vyvla Florida Relay shall issue a Revised Permit NOTICE OF INTENTION
Service. g nd require, If applicable, TO CONSIDER
Dated Feb. 11, 2010. a another Public Nolice.Allcom- ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
JIM FULLER ments filed will be made avall- .NOTICE is hereby given that
Clerk( of the Court able for public inspection: A the Board of County Commis-'
By: /s/ Jana Lovelody person whose substantid inter- sioners of Nassau county.
Deputy Clerk e sts are affected by the pro- Florida, at a Regular meeting
2t 02-17-24-2010 posed permitting decision to be held ori Monday, the 8th
.8413 may petition for an admlnis- day of March, 2010at7:00PM.
------trative hearing In accorderace at the Commission Chambers,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, with Sections 120.569 and located in the James 8. Page
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCOIT, IN 120.57, F.S. The petition must Governmental Complex,
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, contain the Informiation set 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee,
FLORIDA forth below and must be filed Rorida intendsto consider for
CASE NO.: 09-CA-000567 with receivedd Ipy) the adoption the following pro-
DIVISION: A Department's Agency Clerk posed ordinance:
HEYWARD CANTRELL as in the Office of General ORDINANCE NO.2010-
.' Receiver of Holland/Zell Counsel of ihe Department of AN ORDINANCE AMEND-
Development, LLC, a Florida Environmental Protection at ING ORDINANCE NO. 2003-45,
Ilmlted liability company 3900 Commonwealth AS AMENDED: SPECIFICALLY
Plaintiff, : Boulevard, Mai Station #35, AMENDING SECTION 3, RULES
vs. Tallahalssee, Florida '32399- AND REGULATIONS: SECTION
ADRIAN S. CAIN, an in~divld- 3000. Petllons filed by any per- 6. RATES FOR WATER SERVICES:
ural, SUMTER PENDERGAST, sons other than those entitled SECTION 7. RATES FOR WASTE-
also known as SUMTER M. to written notice,underSection WATER SERVICES; REPLACING
PENDERGAST, an individual 120.60(3), 6S. rnatsbe filed with- EXHIBIT A. RATE SCHEDULE:
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF ADRI- In 14 days of publication.gf AMELIA ISLAND SINGLE-
AN S.CAINFIRST COAST the Public Notice or receipt of FAMILY RESIDENTIAL MULTI-
COMMUNITY BANIC o Rorlda ~ a written notice, whichever ~FAMILY: RESIDENTIAL MASTER
corporation, and UNKNOWN occurs first. Under Section .METER SERVICE, GENERALSER-
TENANT in POSSESSION ~ :120.60(3), ES., however, any VICE, AND METERED IRRIGA-
Defendant. person who asked the TION SERVICE; EXHIBIT B. RATE
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE * Permitting Authorltyfornotice SCHEDULE: AMELIA ISLAND -
PURSUANT TO SECTION of agency action may file a PF PRIVATE FIRE PROTECTION
415.031(1) OF THE FLORIDA petition within 14 days of SERVICE EXHIBIT C.WATER SER-
STATUTES. receipt of thatnotice~regard- V ICE AVAILABILITY CHARGES:
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: less of the date of Ijublication. EXHIBIT D. WATER MISCELLA-
Notice is hereby given that A petitioner shall ml~ail a copy NEOUS SERVICE CHARGES:
pursuant to the Final Judg- of the petition to thie,appl(- EXHIBIT E. WASTEWATER SER-
ment of Foredlosure entered 'cant ofthe addressIndicat- VICE -RATE SCHEDULE: AMEUA
on 29 Jan., 2010, In Case No. ed above, at he tmeof filing. ISLAND GS AND MF GEN-
2009-CA-000567 pf the Circuit The falure of any person to file ERAL AND MULTI-FAMILY MAS-
Court of the Fourth Judlelal a petliion withinthe appropri- TER METER SERVICES: EXHIBIT 1-
Circuit for Nassau County, are time period shall consti- WjASTEWATER SERVICE RATE
Florida, In which HEYWARD tue a ualver ofthat person's SCHEDULE: AMELIA ISLAND--
CANTRELL as Receiver of right to request an adminis- RS--SINGLE FAMILY RESIDEN-
Holland/Zell Development, tratlve determination (hear- TIALLSERVICE; EXHIBIT G, RATE
LLC, a Florida limited liabllty .Ing) under Sections 120.569 SCHEDULE: AMEUIA ISLAND1-
company,ispl~mfaintiff, an A ni d 120.67, F.S., or to intervene RWO: RESIDENTIAL WASTE-
AN S. CAIN, an Individual, inthis proceeding and partc- WATER ONLY SERVICE: EXHIBIT
SUMTER PENDERGAST, also Ipate as a party to It.Any sub- H. WASTEWATER SERVICE RATE
known as SUMTER M. PENDER- sequent intervention (In a pro- SCHEDULE: AMELIA ISLAND -
GAST, mindvidual UNKNQWNu ceeding inlit~ted by another EF, EFFLUENT SERVICE: EXHIBI~ry
SPOUSE OF ADRIAN S. CAIN. party) will be -only at the i. WASTEWATER SERVICE AVAIL-':
FIRST COAST COMMUNITY approval of the presiding offi- ABILITY CHARGES: EXHIBIT J.
BANK, a.Florida corporation, cer tpon the flng ofa motion WASTEWATER MISCELIANEOUS
and UNKNOWN TENANT In In compliance with Rule 28- SERVICE CHARGES; AND
POSSESSION, are defendants, 106.205, F.A.C. ADDING EXHIBIf K. CUSTOMER
I, John A, Crawford, will sell of A petition that dcsputes the DEPOSITS; PR'OVIDING AN
public sale the real property: raterila facts on which the EFFECTIE DATE.
STract 7 of YULEE SOUTH, Permitting Authority's action is Copies of the Ordinance
according tothe platthereof based must contain the fol- are available at the Clerk's
as recorded In*Plat Book 5, lowing information: Office at the Judicial Annex,
Page 224, of the Public Re- (a) The name and address located at 76347 Veterans
Scores of Nassau County, of each agency affected and Way, Yulee, Florida. Monday/
Florida. each agency's file or identif- through Friday, 8:30 ~a.m.
The sale will be held on 3 cotion number, if kawnowr through5:00p.m.,exceptiegd
March, 2010, at I1:30 am.on (b)The name, address and holidays.
ihe sale date to the hiighest telephone number ofihe peti- THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE
and best bidder for cash, of toner; the name address and PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
the front entrance of the telephonenyumber of the peti- PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL
Judicial Annex, 76347 Vete- toner's representative, If any. ~ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
rain's Way, in Yulee, Nassau whichshdi be the address for BOARD, AGENCY OR COM-
County, Flor.ida n accordouce service` purposes during the ~MISSKION WITH RESPECTTO ANY
with Section 45.031 of the cotse of the proceeding~ and MAITER CONSIDERED AT SUCH
FlorldalStartutes, an explanation of how the MEETING OR HEARING, HE OR
ANY PERSON CWIilNG AN petitioner's substantial rights SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF
INTEREST INTHE SURPLUS FROM wlI beaffected by the agency THE PROCEEDINGS, AND THAT,
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN determination; FOR SUCH PURPOSE, HE OR
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF (c) Astateme~t of whenr SHE MAY NEEDTO ENSURE THAT
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS and how the petitioner A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 received notice of the agency PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
DAYS ARTER THE SALE. action or proposed decision' WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
In accordance with the (d) A statement ofral dis- TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
Americanswith DlsabiliflesAct putedissuesof materialfactl if UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
of 1990 (ADA), disabled per- there are none, the petition` TO BE BASED.
sons who, because of their ds- must so indicate; The Board of County Com-
abilliles, need special accom- (e) A concise statement of mission~ers may continue hear-
.modallon to partcipate In his the ultimate facts alleged, ings on these matters.
proceeding should contact including the speciic facts the ATTEST:
the ADA Coordinator at 416 petitiorter contends warrant /s/ JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CENTER STREET, FERNANDINA reversal or modification of the Its: Ex-Officiq Clerk
BEACH, FL 32034 or Telephone agency's proposed actiort BOARD OF COUNIY
Volce/TDD (904) 321-5700 not (f A statement of the spe- COMMISSIONERS
later than five business days cific rules or statutes the peti- OF NASSAU COUNTY,
prior to such proceeding. tioner contendsrequiie rever- FLORIDA
Dated Feb. 17, 2010. sal or modification of the BY:/s/ MICHAEL H. BOYLE
JOHN A.CRAWFORD agency's proposed action Ilts: Chairman
Clerk of the Court including an explanation of Indivlduals with disabilities
By: /s/ C. Easterwood how.the aegedfacts relateto 'needing a reasonable ac--
Deputy Clerk the specific rules or statutes: commodation to participate
2t 02-17-24-2010 ..and, In this proceeding should con-
8411 .'(g)Asidtementoftherelief' tactth~eOficeoftheEx-Officio
-----sought by the petitioner, stat- Clerk to the Board of County
NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS Ing precisely the action the commissioners at east seven-
NAME LAW PURSUANT TO petitioner wishes the agency ty two (72) hours prior to the
SECTION 868.09, FLORIDA to take with respect to the proceeding at (904) 548-4660
STATUTES agency's proposed action. or, If the hearing impaired,
NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN A petion thatdoes ndtdis- Florida Relay Service at -800-
that the uridersigned desiring pute the material facts upon 955-8770 (v) or 1-800-955-
to engage In business under whlch the Permitting 8771(TDD).
the fictitious name of CURRENT Authority's action Is based shdl 2t 02-24.03-03-2010
RUNNING located at PO. Box state that no such facts are In 8423
32035, In the County of Nas- dispute and otherwise shall ---
sau, In the City of Fernandina contain he same information NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
Beach, Florida 32035, Intends as set forth above, as required NAME IAW PURSUANT TO
to register the sold name with by Rule 28-106.301, F.A.C. SECTION' 865.09, FLORIDA
the Divlsion of Corporations of Because the administrative STATUTES
Sthe Florida Department of hearing process Is designed NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
State, Tallahassee, Florida. to formulate final agency that the undersigned, desiring
.Dated at 021510 Fernan- actibn. the filing of a petition to engage in business under
dna Beach, Rlodda this 15 day means that the Permitting the fictitious name of TUESDAY
of Feb., 2010. Authority's find oclion may be MORNING #764 located at
Tom Tucker different from the position 2100 Sadler Road, in the
lt 02-24-2010 taken by ItIn this Public Notice county of Nassau. in the City
8421 of Intent to issue Air Permit. of Fernandina Beach, Florida
---- ,Persons whose substantial 32034 intends to register the
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO~ Interests wiII be affected by said name with the Division of
ISSUE TITLE VAIR OPERATION any such fnal decision of the Corporations of the Florida
PERMIT REVISION Permitting Authority on the Department of State,
Florida Department of application have the right to Tallahassee, Rlodda.
Environmental Protection petition to become party to Dated at Dallas. Texas. this
Northeast DIltrict Office the proceeding, In accor- 17th day of February 2010.
'Alf Resource Management dance with the requirements Tuesday Morning. Inc.
DRAFT Permit Project No.: set forth above. Mediation is Angela Dinwiddie


0890003-028-AV not available for this pro- Tuesday Morning #764
Smurfit-Stone Container ceeding. lt 02-24-2010
Enterprises, Ind:. Finally, pursuant to 42 8419
Nassau County United States Code (U.SC.)---
The Florida Department of Section 7661d(b)(2), any per- INVITATION TO NEGOTIATE
Erulronmentd Protection (per- son may petition the Admln- The First Coast Workforce
mitting authority) gives notice Istrator of the EPA within 60 Development, Inc., (DBA
of Its intent to issue a Title V Air days of the expiration of the Work~ource), has released an
Operation Permit Revision to Administrator's 4S-day review Invitartion-to- Negotiate to pro-
Smurfit-Stone Container Enter- period as established at 42 vlde Summer Youth Services
prlses. Inc. for the Fernandinal U.SC. Section 7661d(b)(1), to for the period April 1. 2010
Beach Mill located on North object to the issuance of any through September 30, 2010.
8th street, Fernandina Beach, TiteV dr operation permit.Any A copy of the request is
Nassau County. Florida. The petition shall be based only available at http://www.work-
applicant's name and ad- on objections to the Permlt sourrcefl.com/partner ven-
dress are: Mr. Sonny Jackson, that were raised with reason- dor/request forcproposds.asp
General Manager, Smurfit- able speclflcity during the 30- x or at 1845 Town Center Blvd.,
Stone container Enterprises, day public comment period Suite 250, Fleming Island, FL
Inc., North 8th Street, Fernan- provided in the Pubie Notice, 32003. For additional Informa-
dina Beach Florida 32034 The unless the petitioner demon- flon contact: D. Nevison
Title V Permit Revision is being states to the Administrator of 904/213-3800, x-2010. DEAD-
Issued in order to incorporate the EPA that It was impracti- LINE TO SUBMIT 2:00 PM (EST)
the terms and conditions of cable to raise such objections 3/19/2010.
Construction Permit No. within the comment period or lt 02-24-2010
0890003-027-AC. The permit- unless the grounds for such 8420
ting authority will Issue the objection atose after the com----


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE AFOREMENTIONED AND RUN TION, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE FOOT RIGHTOF WAY), THENE .
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 1N NORTH 12 DEGREES 03'lS" STRUCTURED ASSET INVEST- CONTINUE NORTH 0*48'47"
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY WEST ALONG SAID WESTERLY MENT LOAN TRUST, 2006-BNC3, WEST, ALONG THE EAST UNE OF
FLORIDA. LINE A DISTANCE OF 364.49 ` s a Plaintiff and MICHAEL E. SAID SECTION.A DISTANCE OF
CASE NUMBER: 45-2000-DP~ FEEL THENCE RUN NORTH 13 KNIGHT: JENNIFER L. KNIGHT; 1612.19 FEET TO A CONCRETE
10 DEGREES Ol'OS" WEST CON- UNKNOWN TENANT #1; MONUMENT AND THE POINT '
IN THE INTEREST OP: TINUING ALONG SAID UNE A UNKNOWN TENANT#2 are the OF BEGINNING;
K.O.B. DOB: 10/07/2000 DISTANCE OF 1,381.72 FEET: 'Defendants.JohnA.Cralwford THENCE CONTINUE NORTH
MINOR CHILD RUN THENCE SOUTH 78; as The Clerk of the Olrcuit 0048'47"WEST, ALONGTHE EAST
SUMMONS AND I\IOTICE OF DEGREES 02'30" WEST A DIS- court will sell to the highest LINE OF SAID SECTION, A DIS-
.ACTION BY PBUBCATION FOR TANCE OF 306.88 FEET TO THE and best bidder for cash of TANCE OF 389.44 FEET TO AN
TERMINATION OF PARENTAL EASTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY UNE Nassau County Judclal Annex, IRON ROD; THENCE SOUTH
RJGHTS OF A COUNTY ROAD (A 60 76347 Veterans WayVulee, FI 89*42'55"WEST.A DISTANCE OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY); RUN 32097, at I1:30 a.m. on March 417.42 FEET TO AN IRON ROD:
TO: Randall Lee Banister THENCE NORTH 11 DEGREES 8, 2010.the following desaibed THENCE NORTH (P48'47"WEST,
Address unknown 13'20' WEST ALONG SAID property as set forth In said A DISTANCE OF 208.71 FEETTO
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED RIGHT-OF-WAY A DISTANCE OF Final Judgment, to wit: AN IRON ROD: THENCE SOUTH
that a Petition has beenfiled i 52.20 FEET: RUN THENCE NORTH EXHIBIT "A" 89042'SS"WEST, A DISTANCE OF
he above-stffed Court bythe 80 DEGREES l9'20"WESTA DIS- ALL. of that certain lot, 310.86 FEET TO A CONCRETE
STATE OF FLORIDA DEPART- TANCE OF 64.26 FEET TO THE piece or parcel of land situ- MONUMENT; THENCE SOUTH
MENT OF CHItDREN AND FAM-: WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE ate, lying and being in the 0047'47" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
ILES for~termihnalon of parent OF SAID ROAD; CONTINUE County of Nassau and State of 598.15 FEET TO A CONCRETE
rights and permanent com- NORTH 80 DEGREES 19'20" Florida and being further MONUMENT: THENCE NORTH
mltment for subsequent adop- WEST A DISTANCE OF 457.63 described as: 89*42'55" EAST, A DISTANCE OF
tion of the above named FEET: RUN THENCE NORTH 13 A portion of the East 1/2 of 728.28 FEET TO THE POINT OF
female child K.O.B. born pn DEGREES 19'30' WEST A DIS- the Northeast 1/4 and a por- BEGINNING.
October 7. 210Q in -Du d TANCE OF 299,08 FEET TO THE tion of the West 1/2 of the .SAID PARCEL BE,1NG SUB-
County. Florida. You are here- POINT OF BEGINNING, FROM Northeast 1/4 of Section 23, JECT TO A 40 FOOT EASEMENT
by commanded to appear THE POINT OF BEGINNING Township 2 North, Range 23 FOR INGRESS AND EGRESS, 40
before the Honoable Generd. THENCE CONTINUE NORTH 13 East, Nassau County, Florlda. FEET WEST OF AND ADJACENT
Magistate Lester B.Bass t the DEGREES 19'30" WEST A DIS- Being the lands intended in TO THE EAST UNE. .
NasscuCouniy JudcidAnex, -TANCE OF 299.08 FEET TO THE deed recorded in the public ALSO AND TOGETHER WITH
Third FoorCourtroom A76347 NORTHERLY UNE OFLOT 40OF records of said County in A 40 FOOT EASEMENT FOR
Veteralns Way, Yulee, Florida, AN UNRECORDED PLAT MEN- OffcialRecord Book35,Page INGRESS AND EGRESS LYING
32097 at the houlr of 1:00 PM~. TIONEDABCVE THcENoCE SU 558, anda portion of the lands 40 FEET.WEST OF THE FOLLOW-
o'clock on Friday, Mqrch12, 82 DEGREES 48'30" EASTA DIS- Intended in deed recorded In ING DESCRIBED LINE: FOR A
2010.You must appear at the TANCE OF 145.75 FEET: THENCE Official Record Book76, Page POINT OF REFERENCE, COM-
hecring on the date and time SOUTH 13 DEGREES 19'80"EAST 429, public records of said MENCE AT THE SOUTHEAST
specified. .A DISTANCE OF 135.14 FEET; County and being,more par- CORNEROFSECTION4,TOWN-
YOUR FAILURE TO PfRSON- THENCE SOUTH 82 DEGREES ticularly described as follows: 'SHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 23 EAST,
ALLY APPEAR FOR THIS ADVI- 12'10' EAST A DISTANCE OF For a point of reference NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA;
SORY HEARING CONSTITUTES 107.77 FEET: THENCE SOUTH 13 commence at a concrete THENCE NORTH P48'47"WEST,
CONISENTOTHE TERMINATION DEGREES 19'80" EAST A DIS- monument located at the ALONG THE EAST IJNE OF SAID
OF PAREMig RIGHTS TOTHESE .TANCE OF32.16 FEET; THENCE Southeast corner of the SECTION. AFORMEMENIONED,
CHILDREN.~ IF YOU FAIL TO NORTH 82 DEGREES 12'10" Northeast 1/4 of section 23 A DISTANCE OF 1120.04 FEET
- APPEAR ON THE DATE AND WEST DISTANCE OF 107.77 oforementloned; and run TO CONCRETE MONUMENT
TIMESPECIFIEDYOU MAYLOSE .FEET; THENCE S9UTH 13 South 87 degrees 47 minutes ON THI NORTHERLY RIGHT OF
ALL LEGALRRIGHTSTOTHE CHIL- DEGREES 19'30' EAST A DIS- 40 seconds West along the -WAYQF STATE ROAD 2(HAV-
DREN NAMEDINTHE PETITION. TANCE OF 135.14 FEEF TO THE Southerly ine ofsaid Norteast : ING ~A 120 FOOT RIGHT OF
Individuals with dsabilifes SOUTHERLY LINE QF LOT 41 OF -1/4 a distance of 1040.50 feet WAV)' AND THE POINT OF
needing a reasonable ac- .AN UNRECORDEDPFLAT MEN- to point where sdd Southerly BEGINNING; THENCE CONTIN-
commodation to participate 'TIONED ABOVE; .THENCE lne Intersects with the UE NORiTH 0.48'47" WEST,
in this proceeding should con- NORTH 81 DEGREES 35'10" Southwesterly right of way line ALONG SAID EAST LINE, A DIS-
tact Conni Lewls, as soon as WEST A DISTANCE OF 146.95 of State Road No.S-1 08 (a 100 TANCE OF 2688.84 FEET TO THE
possible telephone (904) 630- FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- foot tight-of-way); rian thence POINT OF TERMINATION.
2564; or if hearing im~paired, NING. TOGETHER WITH AN 30 North 35 degrees 23 minutes Any person claiming an
1-800-955-8771 (iDD); or 1-80- FOOT EASEEMETDESCRIBED '45seonds West along sd interest in the surplus from the
955-8770 (V) Florida Relay AS FOLLOWS: REFERENCE right of way a distance of sale, if any, other than the
Service. POINT BEING THE POINT OF 511.45 feet to an Iron pipe for property owner as of the date
WIfNESS rny hand as clerk BEGINNING OF LAND THUS the Point of Beginning. Prom of the lis pendens rnust fle a
of said Court and the Seal DESCRIBED: FROM REFERENCE the Point of Beginning thus claim within 60 days after the
thereof, this 26th7 day of POINT THENCE SOUTH 81 described, continue North 35 sale.
January, 2010. DEGREES 35'10" EAST A DIS- degrees 23 minutes 45 sec- Dated this 4 day of Feb.,
John Crawford TANCE OF 146.95 FEEI; TENCE onds West along said right-of- 2010.,
as Clerk ofSaid court NORTH 13 DEGREES 19'30" way distances of 253.30 feet JOHN A. CRAWFORD
By: Dawn Durrance WEST A DISTANCE OF 135.14 to an iron pipe; run thence As Clerk of the Court
As Deputy Clerk FEET: THENCE SOUTH 82 South 64 degrees 21 minutes By: /s/ Amanda Stearn
L.Ann Hendricks, Esquire DEGREES 12'11Y EAST A DIS- 15 seconds West a distance As Deputy Clerk
Senior Attorney/Children's TANCE OF 107.77 F~EE TO THE of 4162.85 feet to an iron pipe; IMPORTANT
Legal Services POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE run thence South 89 degrees In accordance with the
Florldo Bar No.:0834394 NORTH 13 DEGREES 19'30" 22 minutes 20 seconds East a Americans wlihDisabilities Act ~
STATE OF FLORIDA WEST A DISTANCE OF 32.16 distance of 564.0 feet to the persons needing reasonable
DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN FEET: THENCE SOUTH 82 DE- ',Point of Beginning. accommodation to parti'ci- '
AND FAMIUIES GREES 12'10" EASF A DISTANCE Subject to all covenants, pateinis proceeding should,
463688 State Road 200,Ste. 3 OF 216.17 FEET TO THE WESf- restrictions, easements and no later than seven (7) days
Yulee, FL 32097 ERL~Y RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE OF reservations of record, if any. prior, contact the Clerk of ihe
(904)548-9302 ABOVE MENTIONED COUNIV Being Tcal Pcrcel #232N-23-~ Court's disability coordinator
4t 02-03-10-17-24-2010 ROAD; THENCE SOUTH 11 000-0006-0010 at 9046302564, 330 E BAY ST,
8370 DEGREES 13'20' EAST ALONG Any person claiming an JACKSONVILLE FL, 32202. If
~SAID RIGHI-OF-WAY UNE A DIS- interest in the surplus from the hearing impaired, contact
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TANCE OF 31.73 FEET: THENCE sale, if any, other than the (TDD) 8009558771 via Rlodda
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,.IN NORTH 82 DEGREES 12')0" property owner as of the date Relay System.
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, WEST A DISTANCE OF 214.93 of the lis pendens must fle a Ben-Ezra & Kalz, PA.
FLORIDA FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN- claim within 60 days after the Attorneys for Plaintff
Case No. 2010 DR 104 NING. THE CENTER LINE OF sde. 2901 Stirling Road, Sulte 300
Division: B EASEMENT THUS DESCRIBED Dated this 4 day of Feb., Fort Lauderdale, Florida
SSteven William Phelps, BEING THE DIVIDING UINE BE- 2010. 33312
Petitioner, TWEEN LOTS 40 AND 41 OF JOHN A. CRAWFORD Telephone: (305) 770-4100
and ABOVE MENTIONED UNRE- As Clerk of the Court Fax: (305) 653-2329
Sebastian Otte, C IORDED PLAT. By: /s/ Tracy Poore 3 2 02-17-24-2010 .
Respondent. Any person claiming an' As Depjuty Clerk 8405
NOTICE OF ACTlION FOR Interest in the surplus from the IMPORTANT --
STEPPARENT ADOPTION ' sde if any, other than the in accordance with the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE.
TO: Sebastian Otte property owner as of the date Americans with Disabifies Act, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Manama, Kingdom of of the Ils pendens must file a persons needing a reasonable THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND
Bahrain claim within 60 dqys after the accommodation to partici- FOR NASSAU COUNTY
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an sale, pate in tts proceedng should CIVIL ACTION
actlon~has been fied against Dated this 4 day of Feb., no later than seven (7 days CASE NO. 09-CA-944
youmndthatyouare required 2010. prior, contact the Clerk of the GREEN TREE SERVICING, LLC.,
to serve copy of your written JOHN A. CRAWFORD Court's disability coordinator Plaintiff,
defenses, it any, to iton Steven ,As Clerk of the Court at 9046302564, 330 E BAY ST, vs.
WillianrRhelps~rwhqseeddrkess 1 By:01s/l~Rnndo~tearny n,1, JACKSONVILLE :FUR32202/1 If THE ESTATE OF JOHN R. ELUS,
is 86117 Saint AndreaW 1aourt, -n As Deputy Clerk 1; 1. I 0l1: ~1- hearing impdit`d;; contacts t' decreased, nad the unknlown ~
Vulee, Florida'32097;:on or IMPORTANT (TDD) 8009558771 via Florida spouses, heirs, devisees,
before and file the original In accordance with the Relay~ System. grantees, assignees, credi-
with~the Clerk of this Court at Americans with Disabilites Act, Ben-Eza & Katz, PA. ~tors, trustees, successors In
76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, FL persons needling a reasonable Attorneys for Pldnftif Interest or other parties
32097, before' service on accommodation to partici- 2901 Stiring Road, Sulte 300 claiming bythrouggh under
Petitioner or immediately pote Inthis proceedlg should Fort Lauderdle, Ilorido or against JOHN R. 1.US;
thereafter. If you fail to do so, no later than seven (7 days 33312 RICHARD E. MILLER; BRENDA
a default may be entered prior, contact the Clerk of the Telephone: (305) 770-4100 L MILLER; JOHN DOE and
against you for the relief Court's disability coordinator Fax: (305) 653-2329 JANE DOE, Unknown
demanded in the petition. at 9046302564, 3301 E BAY ST, 2t 02-17-24-2010 Tenant(s).
Copies of all court c ocu- JACKSONVILLE FL 32202. If 8407 Defendant(s).
ments Ir\ this case, Including hearing impaired, contact ---- ~ NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT
Orders, are available at the (TDD) 8009558771 via Florida NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE TO ES.CHAPTER 45
Clerk of the Circuit Court's Relay System. Notice is hereby given that NOTICE IS GIVEN that pur-
office. You may revlewathese Ben-Ezra & Katz, RA. on March 8th, 2010, at 9:00 suant to a Final Judgment of
documents upon request. Attorneys for Plaintiff A.M. or later U-Store-It #323, Foreclosure, dated 4 Feb.,
YoumustkeeptheClerkof 2901St~irng Road.Suite 300 1678 S:8th Street,In the city of 2010, In the above-styled
the Circuit Court's office noti- Fort Lauderdale, Florlda Fernandina Beach, state of cause, I will sell to the highest
fied of your current address. 33312 Florida, the undersigned, U- and best bidder for cash at
(You may tile Notice of Current Telephone: (305) 770-4100 Store-it #323 will sell at Publie the ~main entrance of the
Address, Florida Supreme Fax: (305) 653-2329 Sde by competitive bidding, Nassau County Judicid Annex,
Court Approved Family Law 2t 02-17-24-2010 the person properly(dl items 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee,
Form 12.915.) Fultire papers in 8406 In storage units contain house- Rlorida at I 1:30 a.m.on the 10
this lawsuit will be roilaed to --- hold Items unless otherwise day of March, 2010, the fol-
the address on record~ at the IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, mentioned) heretofore stored lowing described red and per-
clek's office. FOURTH.JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN with the undersigned by: sonal property:
WARNING: Rule 12,285, AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY, 2004 A part of Section 1,
Florida Family Law Rules of FLORIDA. Angela K.Constantine Township 1 North, Range 24
Procedure, requires certain CASE NO.; 10-CA-117 D2 East, Nassau County, Florida
automatic disclosure of doc- DIVISION:A Jonathan Parr and being more particularly
uments and Information. RUSSELLA.ACREE, FS2 described as follows:
Failure to comply can result in Plaintiff, Emma Grant Commence at the NW
sanctions, including dismissal vs. 2t 01-27, 02-24-2010 corner of Section 1,Township 1
or striking of pleadings. HENRY'STACKLE, I.LC, SOHAIL 8416 North, Range 24 East, Nassau
Dated: Feb. 1, 2010. ABDULLA, AVESHA CHOWAN,. --- County, Florida. Thence North
John A. Cralwford g nd WHY PAY MORE, LLC, IN THE C(RCUIT COURT OF THE 87 degrees 41' O9" East, along
CLERK OF TE CIRCUIT . and all nd singular their FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF the North i~ne of said Sectlon 1,
COURT heirs, successors, creditors FLORIDA IN AND-FOR NASSAU 30.04feet to the Easterly right-
By: /s/ Pamelio Jones and assigns, and all whom COUNTY of-way line of Sandyford Road
Deputy Clerk may claim by, through, or CASE NO: 09-CA-690 (a 60 foot right-of-way);
4t 02-10-17-24, 03-03-20T0 under them, JP MORGAN CHASE BANK, thence South 00 degrees 45' :
8378 Defendants. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, AS 34" West, along said Easterly
----- NOTICE OF ACTION PURCHASER OF THE LOANS right-of-way line, 1.21 feet to
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TO: HENRV'STACKLE, I.LC AND OTHER ASSETS OF WASH- an angle polnt In sold right-of-
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF SOHAIL ABDULLA INGTON MUTUAL BANK, FOR- way line; thence South 00
FLORIDA IN AND FOR NASSAU. AYESHA CHOWAN MERLY KNOWN AS WASHING- degrees 46' 14" East, continu-
COUNTY WHY PAY MORELLC ~ TON MUTUAL BANK, FA, Ing along sold Easterly right-
CASE NO: 45-2009-CA- Addresses Unkn~own Plaintiff, of-way line 1 101.89 feet to the
000733-AXXX-YX ~.' YouarenotitledthatAcifon VS. polnt of beginning. Thence
JP MORGAl1 CHASE BANK, for Declaratory Judgment has JACK ANDERS, et, al. continue South 00 degrees 46'
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION been flied against you, and Defendants. 14" East, along said Easterly
SUCpESSOR IN INTERE51 TO ~ you-are required to serve a NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE right-of-way line 140 feet;
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK copy of yourwritten defens- SALE th~ence North 87 degrees 41 ~
F/K/A WASHINGTON.MUTUAL es, if any, to it on CLYDE W. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 09" East 311.26 feet; thence
BANK FA, DAVIS, Attorney for Plaintiff, pursuant to a Final Judgment North 00 degrees 46'1d" West
Plaintiff - .whose address -Is 960185 of Forectosure dated Feb. 4. 140 feet; thence South 87
V:S. 1RE;LGO~;t GatewayBoulevard.Sate l0 2010,mdlenteredinCa~sNo. degrees 41' 09"West 11.26
ROSEARIECLEGORNet. Fernandina Beach, Florida 09-CA-690, of the Circuit court feetto the point of beginning,
al. 32034, on or before March 19, of the Fourth Judicial Circuit' Together with that certain
Defendants. 2010 the date of flrst publica- In and for NASSAU County, manufactured home more
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE tion of this Notice and file an Florida, wherein JP MORGAN specifically described as:
SALE original with the Clerk of this CHASE 'BANK. NATIONALASSO- ,. 2000, Waverly Crest (28 x
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN court either before service on CIATION,. AS PURCHASER OF 48) with Serial Number
pursuant to a Final Judgmeht Plaintiff's Attorney or immedl- THE LOANS AND OTHER ASSETS FLFLX70A/B27445WC21 *
of Foreciosure dated Feb:4, ately thereafter: otherwise a OF WASHINGTON MUTUAL Any person claiming an
201Q and entered in Case No. defadlt will be entered against BANK, FORMERLY KNOWN AS Interest in the surplus from the
45-2009-CA-000733-AXXX-VM, you for the relief demandedin WASHINGTO)N MUTUAL BANK, sale, if any, other than the
of the Circuit Court of the the complaint or p~tiion. FA, Is a Plaintiff and JACK property owner asof the date
Fourth Judicial Circuit in and Witness my hand and the ANDERS; CONNIE M ANDERS: of the lis pendens must file a
for NASSAU County, Florida, seal ofthis Court on this Sday UNKNOWN TENANT #1 are the claim within sixty (60) days
wherein JP MORGAN CHASE of February, A.D 2010. Defendants. John A. Crawford after the sale. *
BANK, NAllONALASSOCIATION JOHNA.CRAWFORD as The Clerk of the Circuit Dated this 5 day of Feb.,
SUCCESSOR IN INTEREST TO As Clerk of the Court Court will sell to the highest 2010.
WASHINGTON MUTUAL BANK By /s/ Arlelle Wilson and best bidder for cash at John A. Crawford
F/K/A WASHINGTON MUIUAL, As Deputy Clerk Nassau County Judcial Annex, Clerk of Court
BANK FA, is a Plaintiff and Date of First Publication 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, FI By: /s/ C. Easterwood
ROSEMARIE CLEGHORN: UN- 2/17/10 32097, of 11:30 a.m.on April 5 Deputy Clerk
KNOWN TENANT #1; UN- 2t 02477-24-2010 2010, the following described 2t 02-17-24-2010
KNOWN TENANT #2 are the 8408 property as set forth In said 8409 ,
Defendants. John A. Crawford --- Final Judgment, to wit: --
as The Clerk of the Circuit IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE EXHIBIT "A" IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Court will sell to the highest FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ALL. THAT CERTAIN PIECE, 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
and bestbidder for cash at FLORIDA IN AND FOR NASSAU PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
Nassau Cotity Juddal Annex,. COUNTY SITUATE,4 LIVING AND BEING IN FLORIDA
76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, R CASE NO: 08-CA-291 THE COUNTY OF NASSAU AND GENERAL JURISDICTION


32097, at 11:30 a.m.on March U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI- THE STATE OF FLORIDA, BEING DIVISION
8,2010,the folowing described ATION, AS TRUSTEE FOR THE MORE PARTICULARLY DE- CASE NO: 45-2008-CA- ,
property as set forth~ Iri said STRUCTURED ASSET INVEST- SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: 000344
Final Judgment, to wit: MENT LOAN TRUST, 2006- AI.LTHAT CERTAIN PIECE OR GMAC MORTGAGE, L.C
EXHIBIT "A" BNC3, PARCEL OF LAND. LYING AND PLAINTIFF
THAT PORTION OF SECTION Plaintiff, BEING A PORTION OF SECTION VS.
3, TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE VS. 4,.TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE HAROLD S. ESCOTT: BRIGETTE
25 EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, MICHAEL E. KNIGHT: JENNIFER 23 EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, ESCOTT; ANY AND ALL UN-
FLORIDA, BEING PART OF LOTS L. KNIGHT; UNKNOWN TENANT FLORIDA, AND BEING MORE KNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
40AND 41 OF AN UNRECORD- #1; UNKNOWN TENANT #2, PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS BYTHROUGH, UNDER, AND
ED PLAT SHOWN ON TAX Defendants. FOLLOWS: AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
ASSESSOR'S MAP NASSAU NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE FOR A POINT OF REFER- INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
COUNTY FLORIDA, SAID POR- SALE ENCE, COMMENCE AT THE WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
TION BEING MORE PARTICU- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN SOUTHEAST CORNER OF SEC- DEAD OR ALVE. WHETHER
LARLY DESCRIBED AS FOL- pursulant to a Final Judgment TION 4, AFOREMENTIONED; SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
LOWS: FOR A POINT OF of Foreclosure dated February THENCE NORTH 0048'd7"WEST, CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
REFERENCE, COMMENCE AT A 4, 2010, and entered in Case ALONG THE EAST UNE OF SAID SPOUSES, HEIRS. DEVISEES,
POINT WHERE THE SOUTHERLY No. 08-CA-291, of the Circuit SECTION, A DISTANCE OF GRANTEES OR OTHER CLAIM-
LINE OF SECTION 3 AFORE- Court of the Fourth Judicial 1 120.04 FEET TO A CONCRETE ANTS: MEADOWFIELD OWN-
MENTIONED IS INTERSECTED BY Circuit In and for NASSAU MONUMENT ON THE ERS ASSOCIATION, INC.;
THE WESTERLY LINE OF SECTION County. Florida, wherein U.S. NORTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY OF HOME EQUITY OF AMERICA,
37. TOWNSHIP AND RANGE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIA- STATE ROAD 2 (HAVING A 120 INC.; JOHN DOE AND JANE


DOE AS UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION
DEFENDANT(8)
RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS, HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Summary Rnal
Judgment of Foreclosure
dated 9Feb., 2010,enteredIn
Civil Case No. 45-2008-CA-
000344 of the Circuit Court of
the 4TH Judicial Circuit in and
for NASSAU County. YULEE,
Rlorida, I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX
.76347 VETERANS WAYYULEE,
FL 32097 of the NASSAU
County Coluthouse located
at 76347 VETERANS WAY in
VULEE, Florida, at 11:30 a.m. on
the 24 day March, 2010, the
following described property
as set forth In said Summary
Final.Judgment, to-wit:
SLOT56, MEADWRELDUNIT
THREE, ACCORDING TO PLAT
THENiOF AS RECORDED IN
PI.AT BOOK 6, PAGES 321,322,
AND 323, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
IY, FLORIDA.
Any person claiming an
interest In the surplus from the
sale, If any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Ils pendens, must file a
Claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Dated this 10 day of Feb.,
2010.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circult Court
By: /s/ C. Easterwood
Deputy Clerk
THE LAW OFFICES OF DAVID
J. STERN, RA., ATTORNEY FOR
PLAINTIFF .
900 South Pine Island Road
80lte 400
Plantation, FL 33324-3920
(954) 233-8000 *
08-55401 (GMAP)
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
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 (IDD) or.1-800-955-
8770, via Rlorida Relay Service.
2t 02-17-24-2010
8414

.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,
Plaintiff,
vs.
AMERICAN HOMEBUILDERS,
INC., a Florida corporation,
M. CRAIG SCOTT, JR., an indi-
vidubl, DONALD W.HALUL JR.,
an Individual. BUILDERS FIRST-
SOURCE-FLORIDA, LLC, a
Delaware limited liablilty .
company, UNITED SUBCON- '
TRACTORS, INC., a Utah cor-
poration, doing business as
FIRST CHOICE SUPPLY
MCGOWAN'S HEATING &( AIR
CONDITIONING, INC., a
Florida corporation, CRE- ~
ATIVE DESIGN PAVERS. INC., a
Florida corporation, AtLSTATE
ELECTRICALCONTRACTORS,
INC., a Rlodda corporation
WOODSMAN KITCHENS & ,
FLOORS, INC., a Florlda cor-
poradlon. ST JOHNS FOREST
MASTER PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC., a not-for-
profit Florida corporation,
HIDDEN LAKE HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION OF JACK-
SONVILLE, INC3., a Florida non-
profit corporation AMEJA
NATIONAL PROPERTY OWN-
SERS ASSOCIATION, INC., a .
Florida non-profit corpora-
tion, ROSES BLUFF HOME-
OWNERS' ASSOCIATION, INC.,
a Rorida non-profit corpora-
tionTIDEWATER PROPERLY
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIA-
TION, INC., a Florlda non-
profit corporation, WESTPORT
VILLAGES PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC., a Rorida
non-profit corporation
AUSTIN PARK HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC., a lorida
non-profit corporation,8AINT
JOHNS -SIX MILE CREEK
NORTH PROPERTY OWNERS
ASSOCIATION, INC., a Rorddo
non-profit corporation,
MURABELLA OWNERS' ASSO-
CIATIQN, INC., a Floridarion-
profit corporation, FIRST
CAST GRANITE & MARBLE,
INC., a Florida corporation,
FIRST COAST SUPPLY, INC., a
Rlorlda 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 Final Judg-
ment of Foreclosure entered
on Feb. 11, 2010, In Case No.
2009-CA-000609 of the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Judicilai
Circuit for Duval County,
Florida, In which BRANCH
BANKING AND TRUST COMPA-
NY Is plaintiff; and AMERICAN
HOMEBUILDERS, INC.,ls defen-
dant, 1 Jim Fuller, will sell at pub-
Ilc.sale the real property as
shown on Exhlblt A:
XMBIT A
Nassau County:
Lots 1, 3, 15. 71.73, 81, 103,
112,117, 121, 123, 125,151, 153,
155 and 159 AMELIA NATION-
AL UNifONE according to pat
thereof as recorded In Plat
Book 7,PagesA8 through 71 of
the. public records of Nassau
County, Rlorida.
SLots 181, 206, 250, 252, 284,
288, 290, 296, 311, 313,317. 321,
323 and 335. AMEUA NATION-
AL UNIT ONE-B, according to
platthereof as recorded in
Plat Book 7, Pageal91Qthrough
200, of the public records of
Nassau County, Rlorida.
Lot 38, 62. and 63, ROSE'S'
BLUFF SUBDIVISION, according
to plat thereof as recorded in
Plat Book 7, page 1 10 and 114,
of the public records of
Nassau County, Rlorida,
Duval County:
Lots 4,40,A6,52,55nd 238,
TIDEWATER UNIT ONE, accord-
Ing to plot thereof as record-
ed in Plat Book 57, pages 90,
90A through 90K of the cur-
rent publl6 records of Duval
County, Florida.
Lots 20, 48, 84, 102, 128, 170
and 182 VILLAGES OF WEST-
PORT PHASE L. according to
plat thereof as recorded In


Plat Book 60. pages 101
through I 15 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 public records of
Duval County. Florida.
St.Johns County:
Lots 1, 2. 3,4 9,10, 11.12 13,
22 23,24 25, 162, 163, 166 170,
171, 172 174, 175, 176, 177 and
178. AUSTIN PARKAT NOCATEE
PHASE ONE, according to plot
thereof as recorded In Map
Book 59. pages 44 through 50
of the public records of St.
Johns county, Florida.
Lots 8, 13. 60 and 87. SAINT

















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AMY DRIVE OFF CHESTER ROAD.
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THINGS, WE HAVE COLLECTIBLES:
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TWO SALES Under One Roof -
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Ladder back chairs, Stickley 4 drawer
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table w/leaf, 4 captains chairs, G.E.
microwave, small appliances, full
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antique & new, French American &
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photos and ~map, go to
www.MovingAndEstateSales.Net. 'Sale
heing done by Mary Ann Plhlblad Dba
Fi nders Keepers.


610 Air Conditioners
/Heating
DUCT CLEANING Improving the air
you breathe, of contaminants. Clean
evaporator coil, sanitize duct, dryer
vent. 904-415-3106, 904-334-6056
HEAT/COOdL alWindeow units & ice ma-
c ines, us&d wndo sCze s/ arr. Repairs
to central sh'so A', refrigerators
& freezers. Kis' (904)225-9717.

624 Wanted To Buy
I BUY JUNK CARS & HEAVY
EQUIPMENT FOR SCRAP CASH
PAID. (904)879-1190 / 705-8628

625 Free Items
FREE MAN'S SKI BOOTS &
EQUIPMENT (904)321-2489




702 Bat'SOn supplies/
Dockage
WANTED DOCK SPACE for 62' M/V.
(904)206-1696

703 Sports Equipment
Sales

GUN SHOW Sat. 2/27, 9-5 & Sun.
2/28, 10-5. Atlanta Expo Center (3650
Jonesboro Rd SE) Exit #55 off I-285.
Buy-Sell-Trade. Info (563)927-8176.
ANF






802 Mobile Homes
INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE 6
new 2009 Jacobsen Homes available.
Need to make room for 2010 models.,
SMust sell. (904)589-9585
4/2 ON 1 ACRE Built in 2003. New
carpet and appliances. Low down,
$750/meJ. Call (904)589-9585
2, 3 & 4 BR Land/home pkg. Low
down payment. Owner assisted
financing. Calltoday (904)589-9585.
3/2 NEW MOBILE HOME On 1 acre.
Owner assisted financing. Partially
furnished. Move in ready. Call to make
appt, (904)589-9585. .
JACOBSEN MODEL HOMES For
sale. Easy financing, low down pmt.
Partially furnished, many upgrades.
Call today (904)589-9585.


84Amelia Island Homes
AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION By
Owner. Renovated & furnished 2-story
club villa, 2BR. $253,000 sales price.
$1150O/mo. 1 year lease. 491-5906

805 Beaches
OCEANFRONT PROPERTY,
Visit www.OceanfrontAmella.com for a
complete I~st, or call Bob Gedeon at
Oceanfront Realty (904)261-8870.

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

08Off Island/Yule
3BR/2BA 1989, 14X70, CH&A, or
with 1 acre set up. (904)504-7674
3BR/2.5BA ENERGY EFFICIENT
HardMwood floomcrs mic tc@e spa tb
2-car garage. In gated community.
9300,000. call (904)491 4383 or
(904)237-7324.



MUST SELL Large commercial lot
1-1/ gacres. nidNo. llad L..
(904)415-1078

809 Lots
FOUR BURIAL PLOTS for sale at
Green Pine Cemetery. $1,000 each/
OBO. Call Beverly Godwin (904)751-
9636.

817 Other Areas
Nationwide Foreclosed H ome
Auction 600+ homes. Bids open 3/1.
Open House: 2/20, 27, 28. View full
Listings www.Auction.com REC / Broker
CQ1031187. ANF
CRAWFORD CO., GA 49 ac B1'325/
ac. Near Flint River. Mature hardwood
& pine. Great hunting. (478)987-9700
St. Regis Paper co. ANF
Lake Lot Sale 5 ac only $24,900 incl
boat slips (was $59,900). Sale 3/6.
Beautiful mix woods/meadows-walk to
pvt fishing lake. Quiet country rd, utils,
warr. deed. Low. fin. (888)792-5253
x3427. www.indianiaketn.com. ANF
LAND OR DEVELOPMENTS WANTED
- We buy or market development lots.
Mountain or waterfront.communities in
NC, SC, VA, TN, ~AL, GA & FL Call
(800)455-1981 ext 1034. ANF
UPSTATE NY Bank Says Sell! 11.
acres $29,900. Borders state land.
Stream, woods, fields, great valley
views. Must sell to avoid repo. Hurry!
4-90 16oklandandLakes.com ANF








On Island Ujnfurnished 2&3BR
SWMH In park s arui $ 65 w1660
starting $200/wk. plus dep. 261-5034
3BR/2BA MOBILE HOMES on one
acit lots. Ready to move in. Service
animals only. Starting at $750/mo.
.**700 deposit. (9 47 3-1 a Ot

Run. g600/mo. + $600 dep. 277_

2BR/2BA Holly Point. Tile floors,
ps o trb, gar ae,delectrc CH&A
583-3639.
STATIONERtY RV FR RNT Weekly

2 L 3 BR Units available in trailer
0r )3 5- private property Calf'


204 Work Wanted
HOME REPAIRS AHl types of home
repair & improvements, bath remodel-
ing, mobile homes also. Dependable
service. Licensed, bonded, & insured.
Call Mark Bullington at (904)277-8780.

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT -
with over 30 yrs exp., CPR & First Alde
certified, looking for private duty care
position. Exc. ref. (904)352-7874
NASSAU COMPUTER SERVICES :-
Maintenance and repair. A+ certified.
Network certified. (904)238-0747
MASTER ELECTRICIAN 45 yrs exp-
erience. Low prices, work guaranteed.
Small jobs welcomed. 10% discount
with ad. Call Tom (904)491-9992.
LOOKING FOR WORK Painting,
roofing, rotted wood, electrical, ceiling
gun r di akn ng ad p rnnu wraesp irs
Call Marc (904)583-4904). Lic. & Ins.

207 Business
Opportunities
PARTNERS WANTED to iopen hair
salon. Have great location- im o3
@yahoo.com


207 Business
Opportunitle
MANAGEMENT LEVEL COUPLE for
B&B, hotel or restaurant. Full charge
with proven track record of success
seeft opportunity. (904)418-8108
ESTABLISHED PET SITTING
BUSINESS FOR SALE -For more
Information: petbiz2010@yahoo.com
ESTABLISHEDD SALON on island.
Reasonably priced. Call (904)556-
7045.
ALL CASH VENDING Do you earn
$800/day? 25 local machines & candy
$9,995. (888)629-9968 BO2000033.
Call us: We will not be undersoldl ANF

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301. Schools &
-InStruCtion

AIRLINES ARE HIRI'NG Train for
high paying Aviation Maint. Career. FAA
.prvdprogram. Fin lral aidolf
Institute of Maint. (888)349-5387.
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603 Miscellaneous
DENTAL TREATMENT -need
extensive dental treatment, implant?
Top quality at affordable rates. Must
visit us. www.KreativDenta IClinic.com
.or call (888)573-2848, & get bonus
vacation iln Europe. ANF
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Free Install w/DVR (up to 4 rooms),
free movie channels (3 mos.), & $570
sign-up bonus. (888)593-7040. ANF


~rii~nln st0dmai $6U3N5- 7,55er
Mon.~& Wed 8am -5pm, Fri 1pm 5pm
1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach' (0 2713

This instilution is an Equal Opportunity provider and employer.

Yulee Villas

.1,2&3 Bedroom Unit

Rent starting at $595-$710
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Tues & T~hursU8San 51p~m Fri 8am 12pm ,

8576U w 7Suh ue. (904) 225-5810 n

This institution Is an Equal Opportunity provider and employer a n ~


Prices starting at $749,900


$769,900 MLS #51566


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Summer Beach i's our address not our boundary!


5456 First Coast Highway Amelia Island, FL 32034


5456 First. Coast Highway Amelia Island, FL 32034


CARLTON DUNES
Executive .oceanfroot condos at Summer
3each with upscale appointments .located
North of.The Ritz-Carlton. Prices start at
$1,339,000


133 5EA MARSH ROAD ~ 1638 REGATTA DRIVE
Beautiful custom home In Amella Island Plantation. Beautiful designer home located in Golfsidei South in
Large Lot, Prlvate. Open spacious floor plan. Summer Beach. This home has been featured in
Immaculate. Mustsee to appreciatel pctr' itlivkagazine. Living at its finest Very


OCEAta IT.ACE
Ocean front at it's finest! 2 and 3 bedroom
units' located on the South side of The Ritz-
Carlton at Summer Beach. Prices start at
$625,000 Investors welcome.


THE PRESERVE AT SUMMER BEACH
95176 WOODBERRYLANE
This beautiful home in The Preserve at Summer Beach fea-
h thr es on thnRorplan that leads to astlarg preened
the, beach.
$475,000' MLS #51249


301 KETCH COURTYARD
Beautiful Vlews from this 2BR/2BA oceanfront condo.
Centrally located to dining, shopping or Just relaxing
at the beach. Very well mainfalned. Great rental
poientlall
$475,000 MLS #48999


pxcm --war -ws;45Xr . .*
1786 HAMMOCK COURT
Over' 2,300 sq, ft, in this 4 BR/2.5 BA southern living
cottage lodated in the beautiful Stimmer Beach
area. Membership is available with this property,
$479,900 MLS# 51267


RIVER PLACE OCEANN VILLAGE AVE
Magnificent marsh vlews from thls beautiful Spacious 4BR/3BA home in Sumrfer Beach.

wt umrt wcnhheonmCommnt okadba Great N41ghborhood wlth 2 oceanfront pool
sllps. Membership to the country club available. areas and tennis courts. Short walk to the beachl


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


IP LONG POINT LOT
Located on Amella Island Plantation. Build
'your: dream horne on this beautiful south fac-
ing ~lot overlooking the golf course and
water! MLS#50700 $649,000


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DEEP WATER EGAN'S CREEK
Wonderful buildable lot In private cul-de-sac. Has
deep water access wlth boat sllp and floating
dock.
$449,000 MLS#51254


Irm ramanarvaP somrs roomma
3 bedrooms, 3.5 bath, pond vlew, two-story town-
homes with master on Ist floor. Community
pool, walk to the beach.
Prices starting at $345,000.


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


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


oulr boulnda'y!

CALL ANY OF Olil SALES AGENTS
hIARCY AIOCK
ANDREW SANDS
BRENDA SLATER


CAnL ANI or onR sAES AGENTS
nAncY no'"
ANDREW SANDS
BRENDA SLATER


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Summer Beach is our address not

MAIN SALEs OFFICE UMM~~lt"EX~t

(800) 322-74~48 EC '

(904) 261-0624
,Amrelinl Island, Florida~


M~AIN SALES OFFICE SUMMERR

(800) 322-7448 EC~7 FACH*

(904) 261-0624
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854 Rooms

FURNISHED ROOM in a quiet,
lovely, Yulee home located on a pond &
cul-de-sac. lIR-room satellite TV,
pr Tie s. Rcf rece~st reqd t h s
smoker. Available immed. $395 +
electric. $200 dep. (904)225-0999
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT for
male. $70 per week. Call (904)261-
3806.
ROOM FOR RENT $450/mo.
Separate giving room,-DirecTV, no pets.
Call (904)556-2173 after 6pm.





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855 Apartments
Furnished

At Beach Winter rates. Remodeled
effic $125/wk. Larger 1BR $J195/wk +
deposits, including utils/cable/HBO8.
Also, other rentals available. 261-5034
1BR/1BA/Dining-Kitchen Carport,
elect., water, garbage, W/D, cable IV,
all furn. In Nassauville. 6 mo. lease.
$450/mo. + $300 dep. 277-3819
EFFICIENCY APARTMENT Very
15ivate p$o 0/C7, Bu~tilHt sI 11cuded +



CURTISS H.

LAS SE RRE
Real Estate, Inc '




LONG TERM


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OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Desk,
bookcae bhir it utilities &sm
extraase, C airmo.a753-40n, om
OFFICE SPACE for rent. Office within
an office. Desk, chair, bookcase,
utilities included, & some extras. 753-
4077
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE
402ofehntrte St. 10M0-900d05F
155-17056
501 Centre St (Ma IIl Bldg)
I lnti0 Tve @r 14th St 500-21005F
117 5. 9th St 1200SF
Galphin R/E Svc (904)277-6597

864 Commercial/Retail

DotRoWALnK A1 nrmeo' hih sibliy
units. Curtiss Lasserre Real Estate
(904)261-4066.
OFFICE OR RETAIL for rent.
Approx. 800sf. Located in Historic Dist-
rict at 17 5. 8th street close to Centre.
$1,000/mo. + dep. Call 557-5644.
RESTAURANT FOR LEASE 3800 sq.
ft. 463179 A1A, Yulee. Permits
available for alcoholic beverages. (904)
557-5004




901 Automobiles

o0 3CORViETTE A niver ary Ed-
cond. $24,000. 2006 LINCOLN NAV-
IGATOR 40K mi., silver w/gray int.
good cond. $22,000. (904)491-9967
FSBO Classic 2dr EIDorado '91 Cadi
$950. '92 Expl $1900. '92 & '95 Dodg
PU $2500. '88 work van $1000. '01
Daewo $1900. AII.running. 261-5034
2001 BMW CONVERTIBLE Black,
orig. owner, mint cond., new tires.
50,500 mi. All papers. All pwr. Garage
kept. Must see. $16,990. 491-1554

902 Trucks
1984 FORD PICKUP 4X4 for sale.
Has small blacks engine, has no rust or
dents, would make good work truck.
Asking $2,000. WIII negotiate. Contact
me for more information. Can call
(904)261-5520, ask for Cathy.

S904 Motetoercyle
2006 KAWASAKI 1600 VULCAN
CaLAoSSIC ar 70 miecstom dpites
Best offer. (904)415-8341


855 Apartments
FumniShed

631 TARPON AVE. .Fernandina
couts cl'b~housenisteepds to te bhnnis
$895. Nick Deonas Realty, Inc.
(904)277-0006
1BR/1BA/Dining-Kitchen Carport,
elect., water, garbage, W/D, cable TV,
all furn. In Nassauville. 6 mo. lease.
$450/mo. + $b300 dep. 277-3819



856 Apartments
Un furnished

2BR/1BA unfurnished beachside
upstairs duplex unit for rent at 832 N
Fletcher--less. than 200 feet to the
beach.o New ktcthoen lo ero ng Ivin
deck. Unit has central heat/air &
washeiidryer. $925/mo. with 6 month
lease + $500 deposit-;--$00 off 2nd
months rent---AII utilities included
except telephone. Service animals only
& no smoking. Call 277-3317 or email:
rlemmond@comcast.net.


1BR/1BA Amelia Woods. Beautifully
furnished, vaulted ceilings. Pool & close
to beach access. $840/mo. Call for
details (770)789-2965.

858 Condos-Unfurnished

LUXURY CONDO 2BR/2BA, garage,
large rear screened porch, pool, gated
community, ground level. The Villas at
Summer Beach. Unfurnished. $1250/
mo +util. 277-3206

2BR/1BA CONDO 1 BLOCK FROM
BEACH, Forest Ridge Village. Like new.
Pool/tennis court. $850/mo. (678)429-
6274 ,
15T CLASS AMELIA LAKES 1BR,
1st floor, lakefront, W/D. $775. Avail
Feb 1. Call (904)261-5075.
CAPE SOUND TOWNHOMES from
$1300/mo. Darlington Realty,. Inc.
(904)261 8030
NOW LEASING
FALL IN LOVE WITH
AMELIA LAKES
1 & 2 Bed Luxury Condos in gated,
waterfont community. Resort-styje
pool, tennis court, 24/7 fit ctr,
volleyball & morel Garden tubs, walk-in
closets, & lots of upgrades Call 3essica
(904)415-6969. Starting at $799/mol
www.amelialakes.com
2BR/2BA TOWNHOME 2-car
gr w shser& &dryr 95 immi g
(904)415-8256.
2357 FIRST AVE. 2BR/1BA duplex.
Deck, 1-car garage, close to beach,
$875/nio. w/1 yrlease. Call (229)942-
0110 days or (229)924-3780 nights.


*PORTSIDE DRIVE -4BR/2BA
house. Close' to beach. 2 car garage-
$1,450/mo. includes yard maint.
Available now.

*SPANISII OAK(S CIRCLE -
4Blil 2.58A house. Close to bach.
2 a gaae 2,20 q I
$1, 00/mo. evalable 31/10. '
*INV~ERNESS ROAD 2BR/ 2BA
house in Lakiewood. Bonus room and
2 car garage. $1,050/mo. Available
Now.

SOUTHH FLETCHER IBR/
IBA unii. Ocean front with great
ocean view. $800/mo. Available
Now.

* AMELIA LANDINGS -
Furnished or unfumished 2BR/2BA
condo. Close to beach. Community
pool. No pets. $750/mo. Includes
water & sewage. Available Now.
*AM4ELIA GREEN 2BR/
1.5BA condo. 3 tor with loft.


* THE PALMS 2BRI 2BA
Condo. Community pool. $950/mo.
Available Now

Visit Amnelia-era.com
for more listings.


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*4BR/3BA Home In Flora Park
Si200/ma.+ util.Avail. 3/1/IO
.,Amelia Lakes IBR/IBA condo. Lake
view with bamboo and tile floors
$7 5/mo.+ util.
70 Ir IR/.-3 IBAbhome w/fenced

19 S. 14th St., 2/1. $i800/mo. + util.,
security deposit $1,000.
*JBR/2BA Home on Amelia island with
beautiful view of Egans Creek
51,0mno.e Utll7 Includes yard

*619 S. 14th St 3BRIlBA$5875/mo. +
util. Security deposit of 51,000.
*2801 Elizabeth St 3/2 upstairs Apt,
Great Deck -Oceanview$950/mo. +
ut il.
3BR/2BA on First Ave. w/one car
garage. Like new with a partial ocean
view $1,150/mo + util.
*2822 S. Fletcher, 2BR/IBA Garage
ApartmentSHO Iblmo+c util.

*3CBFUZBA hoine, 958m4 Alligautor
Avail. 3/1/2010


VACATIONN RENTAL ,
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLYFI~ON~THLY
21B hBerACallfor mmr infa487tio


?1T*TWTIV ETIt!!M


Large~ Beautiful 1-Room Studio -
`ocean view, $800 includes all utilties,
261-4801. 2ZBR/1BA across from
beach, $800 + utilities, 261-4164.

3BR/2BA APT. at the Palms. Service
animals only. $1000/mo. Call AMELIA
RENTALS (904)261-9129.

2Bt eeB nOe NeHOUSE -(90
583-2456
Affordable Living for eligible low-
income persons/families. 1 &2
bedrooms. Rent based on~ Income.
Apply at Post Oak Apts., 996 Citrona
r., Feranandlna Bach ;904)2 7 -87
4qa Housing Opportunity.

2BR/1BA DUPLEX 2 blks to beach.
Fresh paint. New carpet. Kitchen &
bath updated. W/D hookup. $800/mo.
(305)281-1011 or (305)219-1433


PIRATES BAY on island, 3BR/2BA,
2-car garage, enclosed heated & cooled
porch mentp cndition, new ktche wi h
mo. (904)206-2841
SUMMER BEACH BLVD. 3BR/2BA
unfurnished home. $1600/mo. Call
AMELIA RENtALS (904)261-9129 .
3Bit/2BA FOR RENT 95002 Wilder
Blvd., Nassauville. $800/mo. + $800
sec. Available immediately. Call (904)
583-7880, Terry.
YULEE 3BR/2BA COTTAGE 1 acre,
quiet & pretty. Avail 3/1. Tile/new
linoleum. 25 minutes to Regencys
$985/ mo. + $900 dep. (904)206-4453
NORTH HAMPTON -3/2.5,
$1600/mo. MARSH LAKES -3/2.5,
P 5NT m4o2. $U1L /mo. CAA R AN
BEACH -3/2. $875/mo. LOFTON
POINTE -4/2. $1450. Call Don
Brown Realty (904)225-5510 or
(904)571-7177.
OCEAN VIEW DUPLEX -2651 S.
Fletcher. 2BR/1BA, garage., Call (912)
663-1111'
LOOKING FOR LdNG TERM RENTAL,
ON-ISLAND I am looking for a 3/2,
otr better, house cndo or apt2 tm rn
minimum, option on second 12 month
period. Kids involved so must be safe,
clean neighborhood, pool or close to Y
a plus, fenced yard or community
playground a plus. One adult, 2 kids.
Send details by email to:
anotheddtao q r ahoo m ho ks l

ON AMELIA ISLAND 2069 Bonnie
Oaks Dr., 3BR/2BA. $1000/mo. + $900
dep. (386)365-8543or (866)606-8443


1859 Homes-Furnished
BEAUTIFUL HOUSE in Lofton Pointe "
Fu ly furnished 3BR/2BA + bonus room
garageg $1275/mo. Call Anna (904)
403-19,

860 Homes-Unfurmished

RENT OR RENT TO OWN 3BR/2BA,
Living room, dining room, den, kitchen,
2-car garage. In,Otter Run, 5 mins to
Fradna40nach, 30 minS .t9 Jax.
3BR/2BA.- Format living & dining
mogetroom, 2 car garage,
enebakyard. Great location in
Beachway. $1275/mo. Darlington
Realty, Inc. (904)261-8030
2BR/1BA HOME ncre ne
lot in Yulee. $750/lno.n+ adr sit n l
(94742-4649.. Owner is licensed


NORTH HAMPTON 4BR/4BA with
bonus, room on water/golf course.
3000 sq. ft. $B2800/mo. Negotiable.
Available 4/1. (904)430-7676

860 Homes-Unfurnished

4BR/3BA Hickory Village. Fireplace,
handwosd floors, ugaed, kitc n
now. (904)576-1049

8 Vacation Rentals

OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (C904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,

Caoina G clf mtes. for couples.
Enjoy 3 days/2 nights, unlimited golf &
tos.b kfl s14 (8 334-35 mm2o
or carolinagolfgetaway.com. ANF


Featuresin e udc: .
- bedroom gardeni units 2 bedroom townhouse style
3 bedl~rooni garden units M~arsh vieWS
S\nimming pool D~ishwasher Laundry facilities
3.51s~ler JIriel LConnectic las' Wlasher/drser units available*
WaLter, gacrbbge~ & pet control included in rent
Prices startllng at 56155-" per month
.S~:.nill lti~ures nlot available in all units

EM Ct L T11o-ref3 A# of-T Owsl Spels
L~~ titln '2 milesj from the beach and you can walk to the shops
L resta~urants- aflhe Gatewayl to Ainella Center.'


C0C %! (90 4) 261-0791
W111v\.atedevel~ropme~nt.o


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'LONG TERM RENTALS
ON ISLAND
*Amella Woods, nicely fumished,
2/2 upstairs unit two blocks .
from beach, $895
O~F ISLAND
*Timbercreek Plantaffon. Harley Ct.,
5/2.5, bonus room, $1275.

"''wne Crekoc961326 Stoney Dr.,


call patrlcla Irumer


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SOUTHIEND/MANUCYRD Beautifulolot195,000
2 PIRATES WOOD LOTS 1/2 acre $675,000 Nearly I acre $125,U000
2 ONF ACRE MHI LOTS OFF LINDA RD. in Wilson Neck.
Open Rural, vested impact fees, wells and septics in place $175,U000
OCEAN VIEW LOT 75 x 125 Ist Ave. North of Rachael $315,000


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CIAStome~rs to Sto By
& 61agI HFello!


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OCEANFRONT HOTEL SITE 215' on thle Atlantic. Will divldre.
Condltional use approved by City for hotel. $5,9)00,000
PRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just norrth of A1A, High
development area. in thle hleart o Yulee. j495,000. Plans for an
11,00 of Medical Complex on F(de
200" US 17 FRONTAGE, 2400 ol Block bldg. vested
concurrency Zoned CI
j550,0o00
641 ACRES along Amehla Island
Parkway for a Master Planned
Development d -~' L'


863 Office
Office Space includes utilities &
janitor. Small $125, medium $225,
large $350, & office suites avail.
0amn 3-00f e Center. Call Mack


2BR/2BA on Amella Island 4BR/2BA 2 car garage unfurnished
Plantation. $1200/mo. for 6 months. home. $1250 rent, same first and last
Call AMELIA RENTALS (904)261-9129. months rent. Call 540-529-3633 or
479-434-2997


VISIT ChaplinWilliams.com for
Nassau County's largest selection of EXECUTIVE OFFICE SPACE to rent
long term refitalsI (904)261-9311 or lease. Prestigious Gateway to Amella
location. (904)556-6234


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OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA Ocean
Ave. Downstairs apt. Shared laundry
Area. One year lease. $900/mo.
SUtilities not included. Call 261-6841.



08136 Moble Hil WMH 3/2 -
pals ok,flencedS025
Amella Lakes # 151'4 2/1, Galed
Community $795 *
06228 Yaholzen., 3/2 OWMH $875
1414 lan St 2/1 SWMH $500
**96500 Nassau Lakes Cir. 4/3, LR,
2 N. I eched/up, 3/1, Oceanview,
Sand nlck
Pal m oey aaee 3105


7" Club
Apartments
B~J~l~~a/AmnresinneER:rnadn~a

1, 2, 3 &r 4 BedroomS
/ Pool
/ Fitness Center
/ Business Center
/ Gateel Community

FREE RENT
Call for Details

S(904)277-2500 i


AWESOMEVIEWOFEGAN'S CREEK & 71' OC`EANTFRONT LOT Crrsl
Fort Clinch St Park. -Single family estate lot Locationforyourhomeorretreat, inthe700
nsLl ous historic landmb k hmlasisland block of S. Fletcher, R-1 Zoning, and sur-
:N-:::::::::: unded nriari by ow2 temd e idn c
sntoor eston st $85,00 seon hoeonr.Rdcd


on~ uman <>prc,, II ninm, ion at.'
acres, recently remodeled kitchen, in-
ground pool, guest quarters, workshop,
ano s ond IMLS# 5097 r 9,0
47419 $535,@0







1 ACRE ON BLACHCMON RD. on idaln


LANm r(ruKI 4 KEEIK FRUNT~AGE
approx 2.415 acres with small home located
off of Frreeman Rd. Deep water access, 11 *
of frontalge. A great investment at this price.
$55o0,000


VACATION GETAWAY (iR INVESTMENT reektis dry at low lide. Haswell built dock and
PROPERTY spacious and private loaetion, rightcore bck220arg.Onrhsotn
across fom tennis court. Illedowvnstairs ih capet- enrlbok02 srg. Onrsoto
ing upstair, gas fireplace in dining. Seller agrrees o not to sell MH located on lot for reduced price
pay 6 mo. Assoc. fees. Redluced From $22,900 to $%49,000
$175,000 MLSW48709 Appraisa~ml o fle






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2,374 HSF ENERGY EFFICIENT Home AMELIA PARK OFFICE CONDO Prots
u n e os ,acc u o n at P r l o d S 4 h s r c h sd3 seepaka of iec lroons9 10 ns
w/island, gas package. Great floor plan. For Saleor Lease $265,000



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lovely oaks nd flowering shrubs. Located in 3B/Aamutsea 2490
Callah~an andi convenient to both Jacksonville
king's Bay, Ga. $250,000 MLS#46792 MLS# 51488


1998 FISH 2WB
Supercab Ford Truck Color- Jaguar Teal, Fully
Serviced and inspected. AM/FM/Cassette, 3 dr,
Alloy Wheels, Power Windows, Lockts, Mirrors,
Tinted, Tilt, AC.

VALUE PRICED $8,450


2OO7-CHEVY HHR~ LT

Only 26,931 Miles! Blue With Charcoal
Interior. Loaded Ledther!


VALUE PRICED $12,950


WONDERFULI OCEANVIEW HOME. In



poten a~l for expansion. $695,000


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bonus room that could be converted into a Sill
BR, 3 car garage, pnvate back yard, and co~-
munity pool. $;389,000 MLSil49612


WA~alilNG DISTANCE TO THIE BEACH, 5 oversized lots off
InRolw C)il5r shnu wnsb Ltin ISulxlivision. reduced to $s120,000

OC'EANVIEW L.OT -72xl25 ft no time fram~e to bulild. Greal view of
ocean on east andi Greenway west first nght on Rachel SL $315,000
MIARSIIFRO)NT LOT iri River Oaks Subdlivision +/. 1 Acre $389,000


IN'TERSTATlE 95 EXP'OSURE A US 17 i GOOD ASSEMBLAGE
POTENTIAL for medium siz-d site (orr.er location with good
raccl $850,000 .
YUL.EE MINI WAREHIOUSE! Good opportunlty to grow your
own se~ll srage 12ahtly and/or add new retail/office. 570' on
U!S 17, rea~l 3 5 aIrcrs+/-. Wa~rehloue on approx. 2 acres.

IS CITY LOTS ?" and Falr Strersc. Zoned MU-1 and R2.
G;oodl for rtownhlom, dulplex or lndustrral $525.000


WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 24. 2010 CLASSIFIEDS News-Leader


187 Condos-Furnished 1 860 Homes-Unfurnished I


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S2005 FORD EXPEDITIOlt 2005 FORD EXPLORER XLT
Beautiful XLT Model With 3rd Row Seating! Fully 'Red w/Cray Interior, 1 Owner Xtra Clean,
Loaded And With Only 59K Miles. Call Or Come Power Everything, Michelin Tires, Alloy
In On This One Todayl Wheels, CD, Keyless Entry, TowI Package.

VALUE PRICED $15,500 VALUE, PRICED $9,950




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