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tio, 1i d(rhivuIopmi n ,iit, iav. a public talk
'1 bir llday and mIt-I with city corill is-
.ioi r-, at (City Hall Friday n morning.
Mayor Suman SIr(g-Ir, Colnmini.-,ion1rs
Arlin. I ilk1offand Irii. Childvrr plus
s.il city tIaI f and m several nI-i bcrs of
tlO public alttnd'dl .
Il al pi)fucaraili a ciinf'lh ity -
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ordinary co' nninlf nitiCs i all impor-
;ill faltor for both rsid ents and visi-
lor's. McMaho;n said,
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ti sic'tlcc f.t l -iimllill towns is a vision
and a plan lor the fultut. .... 'lTie fear
ot sayin 'noi lo ant i ithing gei tyou Ithe
worst ol vcrylhing."
Ihit, M Mahlioni said, tih key to hav-
ing a vision flor a city is imnplecnlenta-
tion, veuil if it is, small at first, because
scitl inunedi att rt-,Iults can l ake
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llIal won'l lIl for Irll vi ion." McMahon
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Flags wave as a
crowd gathers at
the foot of Centre
Street on
Saturday, top, to
watch a patriotic
program following
the Fernandina
Beach Freedom
Walk to mark the
ninth anniversary
of the September
11 terrorist
attacks.
Members of the
Clay County
Sheriff's bagpipe
and drum corps
play at a 9/11
memorial Satur-
day at Second
Amendment Inc.
in Yulee, above.
Above right, a
Nassau County
firefighter pres-
ents the American
flag while a fire-
fighter stands at
attention with his
ax (luring the
memorial service,
below right.
Mark Puca,
general manager
at Second
Amendment,
organized and
hosted the event
to pay tribute to
the lives lost, the
first responders
and to salute the
men and women
who serve in the
military. About
225 pkxople
attended.
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job, Scagraves said.
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l;w Enforcement will conduct an
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ing. "Whatever they've asked for.
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RYAN SMITII
News Leader
Sparks fliw Monday night at ;
foruin on Anmendmernt 4 hosted by the
Amelia Island Association at
Fernandina Hecach City Hall.
Anxrndinx:nt 4 is a proi;e1l5ld air'iid-
ment to ithe -Florida Constitutlioni ttalt
would require Iind irus, chang-,s in c(ollr-
prehensive plan s to bi approved by
local referendum. Voters will d.c idl
on the amendment in the Nov. 2 grvneral
election.
Monday's foruml fealurrd nspeak-rs
both for and against the anmendment In
favor were Jan Cote-Merow of
Fe:rnandina each, former city corm-
missioncr Ron Sapp and Sierra (lub
member Bob Weintraub Sxpaking
against were Baptist Medical Celiter
Nassau Administrator Jim Mayo. for-
mer county attorney Mike Mullin and .
Nassau County Econornit
Development Board Iirector St've:
Rieck. Mary i .IlI.:,i -, former dirn-tor
of the University of florida's Nassa
County Extension.. was moderator
"I don't know about V 1iu but I lsu-
ally know about the people I'm votirn
for when I go to the ballot box, but I'm
not always sure about the language of
the amendnmnts." William, told the
standing-rorni-only audkince.. "fhat'-
what this forum is for tonight "
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utes to make an opening stat(:mni:t
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OBITUARIES


WEEKLY UPDATE


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known to many a ,
SMa f ra b.,-Mar- 'a 'li:iu,
During her tirric a-s
,< hool lbus driver, she
a-, worked as a Cook at
Container and Rayonier.
MrI, I ,ubhrly always me- you with a
rnilk- and if m-eeting you for the first time;
before the- conversation was over you had
a ni-w friend that you felt like you had
known hir for many years. Over the years,
,he b:tarnme a fixture at Casey's Hideaway,
often time's matching up patrons that have
grown into long lasting relationships and
making certain that everyone got home
,afe. lifr family recalls her love of taking
Sar of others, and cooking for them or any-
one -l,-1. at any hour.
Mr,. Douberly is preceded in death by
a brother. ,larry Williamn,, and three sis-
i-i Mattie McCormick, I etty Jones and
(I i i Mae lane
She l- av-i behiind, her children, Ricky
lI)uix-rly (C(hristine), Yulee, Fl., Darlene
ir;m ling-Douberly (Benjamin Starling),
.Jaiksonville, FI, James "Mike" I)ouberly
(It', ky I iddelbl, Yulh. FI-, her former hus-
band, Janimes "Buddy" Douberly, Nahunta,
(,A, four brothers, Wayne Williams (Janice).
Yule.e, FL, James Williams (Carol),
Ierrnandiria Beach, FL, Olvin Williams
(Ionnie), Fernandina Beach, FI-, David
Williams ('ina), Fernandina each, Fl,,
one sister, Brenda Varnes (Paul),
iFernandina Beach, FI, eleven grandchil-
dren,'llheresa, Roger, Crystal, Tony, Nickie,
Colt, Scotty, Shenna,Jamie, Brittany, Nolan,
el'veni great grandchildren and many nieces
and nephews.
Her family received friends from 5:00-
7:(00 pm on Sunday at the Oxley-Heard
Funeral Home.
Funeral services were at 10:00 am on
Monday, from the Community Baptist
Church, Yulee, FL with Reverend Hartford
Peoples, officiating.
Pallbearers were: Roger Douberly, Tony
Scott, Colt Douberly, Gary langford, Calvin
McCormick and Jack Joyner.
Mrs. Douberly was laid to rest in Hughes
cemeteryy.
A reception followed at Community
Baptist Church.
Jlease share her life story at www.oxley-
heard.com.
Oxley Heard Funeral Directors

Jacob Gay Filkoff
Jacob Gay Filkoff passed away quietly
Sunday, September 12th, 2010 in
Jacksonville, FL
Born in Hartford, CT on Oct. 27, 1919,
he spent most of his life in Connecticut,
where he enjoyed several summers at Old
Colony Beach. He served in the U.S. Army
during WWII and was a Past President and
lifetime member of the Hartford (CT)
laurel Pbst 45 of the Jewish War Veterans.
After retiring, he moved to Florida.
He leaves his loving wife of 64 years,
Evelyn (Kaminsky) Filkoff; daughter,
Marcia and her husband Peter Nese of CT;
sons, Steve and his wife, Arlene, of
Fernandina Beach and Larry and his best
friend. Jeannie McVey, of Jacksonville;
grandson. Ron Nese and his fiance, Susan
McCann of Burlington. CT; brothers, James
and Gloria Filkoff of Ft Lauderdale and
Joseph and Florence ofTamarac and several
close nieces and nephews. Gay was prede-
ceased by a brother, Isadore of West
Hartford, CT. and sister, Esther Felix of


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Washington, Courthou-, OH. and *a' -a-.c
daughter of Patricia Arden i j-- (o- .' and t he
lateJ. Willis Dick. She was a bank exa.:r.n-
er and a member of Chri't Epi-copa!
Church. She was active in the Crisp County
Arts Alliance and a member of the NAGGL
Mrs. John-on is survived by her hus-
band, Jeffery Wayne Johnson of Cordele:
two children, Courtney Wittkop and her
husband, Andrew, of Huntington Beach,
CA, and Geoffrey Williams of Enterprise.
AL; her mother, Susan Dick of Estero
Beach, Fl.; three step-children, Jeffery
Spence Johnson and his wife, Cress of
Athens, Elizabeth Adams Avery and her
husband, Bob of Knoxville, TIN, and
Margaret Chambl4ss Johnson of Dallas, TX:
and a sister, Iynn Chase and her husband,
Michael of Kanuis City, KS.
Anyone desiring to send memorial dona-
tions may send then to the Crisp Area Arts
Alliance, PO0. Box 531. Cordele, Georgia
31010 or Christ Episcopal Church, Worship
On The Water, PO. Box 264, Cordele,
Georgia 31010.
Ruiney lram dy funeral Services
Cordele. Ga.

Cricket Murphy
Cricket Murphy went to heaven on Sept.
4,2010. She and her husband, Bill Murphy,
were residents of Fernandina Beach for
over 20 years and she was a resident of
Palm Harbor for the last 4 years.
While living in Fernandina she attended
St. Peter's Episcopal Church and Prince of
Peace Lutheran Church. She also worked
at the Amelia Island Plantation Spa. She
was the mother of 4: Joe Milam, Jr., Rick
Milam, John Milam, Marti Milam Van
Voorhis, and their spouses, the grand-
mother of 9, and the great-grandmother of
8. She was an avid gardener and a very
active member of Clearwater Community
Church.
She was loved by all who knew her and
will be missed until we join her in eternity.

Perry Allen Nelson Sr.
Perry Allen Nelson, Sr., 68, of
Fernandina Beach, Florida passed away at
his residence September 11, 2010 following
an illness.
He was born in Hilliard, Florida to the
late Lewis Herman Nelson and Minnie Mae
Johnson Nelson. He proudly served in the
United States Navy for 24 years and retired
in 1984.
He is survived by his daughter: Gloria
(William) Gordon; a son: Perry A. (Crystal)
Nelson,Jr.; a sister: Doreen Parker; a broth-
er: Richard (Ruby) Nelson; 4-
Grandchildren: Jonathan Nelson, Amber
Gordon, Tyler Nelson, Madison Nelson
and is expecting another grandchild.
The family received friends Tuesday,
September 14 at Shepard Funeral Home in
Folkston, GA from 6-8 PM. Funeral servic-
es will be held today, Wednesday,
September 15 at 11:00 AM at the Shepard
Funeral Home Chapel Burial will follow in
Little Phebe Cemetery with full military
honors.
Contributions may be made to the fol-
lowing organizations: Wounded Warrior
Foundation, 7020 AC Skinner Parkway,
Suite 100, Jacksonville, FL 32256, the
American Diabetes Association, 1701 N.
Beauregard Street, Alexandria, VA 22311, or


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Jacksonilk- Chape,_-, 2" Soutel Drive near
I-m Turner Road with Rev. Ed Shick and
Rev.Janice S. CoL-n, officiating. Burial will
follow in Restlawn Memorial Park.
Her family greeted friends from 5:00
PM-7:00 PM on Tuesday, September 14,
2010 at the funeral home.
PeFples amily tIuneral Ilome
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Tava B. Shough
Tava B. Shough, a longtime resident of
Fernandina Beach Florida, died on Sunday
September 12,2010. She died peacefully at
4:36 pm, in her bedroom, with her family
around her. In the days prior to her passing,
she expressed to her family and friends, a
desire to depart and be
with the I.ord.
Tava was born
I)ecember 26, 1927, in
Stokes County, North
Carolina and was the old-
est of 8 children. Her hus-
band Raymond preceded
her in death 28 years ago,
whom she was married to for 32 years.
Tava had a great love for and enjoyed
spending time with her family. She had a
way of making new friends easily, and gen-
erally just loved being around people. She
operated Tava's (Beach) Gift Shop in
Fernandina Beach, in the 1970's. She also
worked with her son Rayg for many years
selling racing Souvenirs on the NASCAR
racing circuit Her greatest pride were her
children and grand children.
Tava leaves behind her son Louis Griffin,
her daughter Belinda Agricola (Bill), her
son Raymond W. Shough,Jr. (Denna), her
son Charles R. Shough (Shona), her grand-
son William Agricola (Lorie), her grand-
daughter Jennesy Agricola Todd (Patrick),
her grandson Christophe' Agricola, her
granddaughter Danielle Shough, her grand-
son James Wright, her grandson Max
Wright, her grandson Isaac Shough, her
grandson Valor Shough, her grandson Chris
Griffin, her granddaughter Summer Griffin,
her great granddaughter Athalie Agricola,
her great granddaughter Carmen Agricola,
her great grandson Nicholas Todd, her
great granddaughter Madison Wright. She
also has 5 living siblings, Eve Newman,
Jerry Booth, Don Booth, Ruby Stoltz, and
Patricia Krotira and 2 which preceded her
in death, June Grogan and Judy Ellis.
Her family received friends on Tuesday
from 5:00-7:00 pm at Oxley-Heard Funeral
Home.
Tava attended St. Michael's Catholic
Church in Fernandina where the Mass of
Christian Burial will be held today,
Wednesday, September 15, 2010 at 10:30
am with Reverend Brian Eburn, officiant.
In lieu of flowers, please make dona-
tions, in her memory, to Respect life via St.
Michaels Catholic Church, 505 Broome
Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 or
Community Hospice of Northeast Florida,
4266 Sunbeam Road, Jacksonville, Florida,
32257.
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RELAY FOR LIFE


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First Baptist Church of
Fernandina Beach, 1600 S.
Eighth St., will hold a Relay
for Life event Sept. 18 start-
ing at 9 a.m.
Face painting will le
offered from 9 a.m.-I p.m. for
a $1 donation; Princess Nail
Polish with Bling from 10
a.m.-l p.m. for a $1 donation;
Photos with the Chik-fil-A
cow from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. for a
$1 donation; bingo with
Chik-fil-A coupon gifts from
2-5 p.m. for a $1 donation; a
sitdown dinner with wait
staff from 5-9 p.m. (staff will
work for tips); and a cake
auction with Pastor Jeff
Overton starting at 5 p.m.
until all the cakes are gone.
Call 261-3617.
Fall Festival
A Fall Festival to benefit


the American Cancer Society
will be held at Yulee
Elementary School Sept. 24
from 4:30-7 p.m. Enjoy
games, food, fun and prizes
for all ages while supporting
the Yulee Relay For life
team.
All proceeds will be
donated to the American
Cancer Society's Relay For
Life campaign through the
Yulee Schools Relay
team.
There is also a free
Hypnosis Solutions session -
a $100 value for any dona-
tion to the team.
To find out more visit
www.HypnosiSolu tions.net,
or contact Mary Austin-
Harris at 5566765.
Donations are accepted in
cash or checks payable to
the American Cancer So-
ciety.
Offer expires Oct. 10.


FOR THE RECORD


Grady Mauldin, one of
the incorporating directors
of the Nassau County Eco-
nomic Development Board,
was erroneously listed as


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Fernandina Beach FL 32034
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was incorrectly identified in
the same announcement of
the board's upcoming Sept.
21 annual dinner.
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ly correct all factual errors.
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errors at mparnell@fbneus
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LOOKING BACK


S residents contin-
ued to clean up
YEARS after Hurricane
Donna brought
winds of 6--65 mph.
September 15, 1960


ir Taxpayers


L L turned out about
$37 00 2 strong to
$63 00 YEARS prot h pro-
6 -0 posed county budg-
et at a public hearing.
September 18, 1985
pm '
0m The Fernandina
,m 1 Beach Housing
Authority was near-
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All proceeds go to veer-
ans, their Befamiiheand the
community.

Food Addicts
meetings
Food Addicts Anonymous
will resume its Wednesday 7
pmi. meetings at the Alachua
Club, located at Third and
Alachua streets (use the
Third Stree-t entrance) in
Fernandina Beach today. The
Monday 9:30 am. meetings
will continue as usual at the
Alachua Club.
Music trivia
Music video and trivia
night will be held today from
8-10 p.m. at Indigo Alk'y on
Centre Street, featuring
footage from concerts and
performances from the
1950s through the '8Os.
Answer trivia questions for
prizes.
Survivor celebration
First Coast Oncology is
hosting a night of celebration
and education, focusing on
cancer survival and life after
cancer on Sept 16 from 4-5
p.m. at Medical Office
Building A, 1340 South 18th
St., Suite 103, Fernandina
Beach.
Celebration of Survival
is an opportunity to learn
about and celebrate the
hopeful message of cancer
survivors.
Attendants will enjoy
refreshments and listen to
Dr. Scot Ackerman, medical
director of First Coast


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Ilhe CL.N- of 1",-% will
rht-t ipor dinner at .5 p in.
Spt_ 16 at! C-dar River
.Skid. 2L725 .Sadler Road.
Ferna:rdica Bkt-ah.

Homeless coalition
The Coalition for the
Homeless of Nassau Count'
will hold its ge-nral member-
ship meeting at St. KPters
Episcopal Church, Rtoom
201. on Sept. 16 at 9:3 a.m.
For any qu.-stions call l)ani
(Ga iniel at -261.0'si l.

Jaguars bngo
'llhe public is invited to
pLiy bingo every "inursday
night at Aneitiican I Iegion
Pot 54. 626 S. l'hird St. On
Sept. 16 enjoy a special
Jagu;arI 'i'ilgale Bingo
Night. In addition to the miul-
tiple cash jackpots paid out
there will be door prizes con-
sisting of Jaguars items.
Bingo is held illn the large
smoke-free nmeting hall and
doors open al 6 p.m. Early
Bird Gainies start at 6:10 p.m.
and regular play begins al
6::0 p.lm. 'lhe bingo session
consists of nine games for
$15. Refreshments are avail-
able.
Alzhelmers support
The Alzheimer's/
Dementia Support Group for
Nassau County meets the
third Thursday of each
month from 1:30-2:30 p.m.
The next meeting is Sept. 16,
hosted by Savannah Randd
Assisted giving Community,
1900 Amelia Trace Court,
Fernandina Ikeach. Savannah
Grand will provide lunch for
meeting attendees at 1 p.m.
The meeting is open to the
public. To RSVP for lunch or
for information, call Ann
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Mayo said Antrndinrient 4
would make d(-cveloprtl-nt s-ao
difficult that businesfi, would
li att, in iot : i t t -
"W-h'rt- going to havi fA',-ri,
jobari andd a dwak htrd han-
by." heg n aid "We'rue gingorrt
htave hit gr taxe, bc-rauS e- all
le Ctonnucortm oneyIA
We-intraub, speaking on the
pro side, said An'rindment 4
grew out of the failure of the
growthh Managemer rlt -t ,of
198., which establishedj coli-
dificult thive plans for oc:-al golv-
e'ran itt'0s.
liate int o t of ltgati.sl
"Was to r tuir' commun lii-ws t
plan properly for the future.
('Iandgs a wrt' kviion,-d ton
lkt place h every l sevei yeas l
whliri cc1mp pltms wirt, toi be
:vallu!ated. B ut it didn't work
o it that way. Instead no sooni-
er were conmp plans adopted
thno requ stsfor chaendgti came
in. developers land spe cula-
tors and their fellow travelers
began bankrolling candidates
for county and city cor mis-
sions so they would have favor-
able governments to deal with.
... Many commissions became
rubber stamps for developers
and land preculators."
"Now, we'reg.jng to 14nd i
lot of conflicting statnementS't
evening," he said. "It is impor-
tant that you consider not only
the message, but the messen-
ger. Here on the left are the
representatives of the power
brokers of Nassau County. Mr.
Mullin irs the leading attorney
for developers and land specua-
lators here. Mr. Rieck andn Mr
Mayo arc the emissaries of big
busien ss.'llicy rcprsent tihe
stains quo who want to see fnor
change to their pwer. 'hecy
rle govrmsent those who ait.
ruspobsiblet for wavlt we se i
our county today.
Coted-Merow said Armend-
ment 4 would give taxpayers a
voice in developn gn tlecisions.
Development could continue'
without a r t lefer redu n land
already zoned appropriately.
yNo referendum would be
"No referendum would be


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She said ]he; wa- told the
shooting happened when
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nr-reded to put re eidential, conr-
miercial or irndlstrial (develop-
i etnt) on land already desig-
nated for that uis-," she said.
"Aimendimentt 4 adds one
sIp to thlt prote-.s,," slhe said
liii-, nhe- s-te) will give voters
ithe se;l4 at Iliw. labl. they
dcl:-rve."
MNiyVo, hii owevi1r, warned that
Ithe aimlli(endnil' would trigger
-lawsitis.
"'lTh benefits of Amend-
mient 4 are clearly for the
lawyers who are going to liti-
gate the cases," lie said.
"'IT'ly're going to make lots of
money I believe you're also
goinitg to be1e4fil if you're anoth-
Ir state coiiimpe'tiig for jobs."
"It gives thle public a voice
on changes in the environment
I hat will have an impact oln their
way of life," Cote-Merow insist-
ed. "It allows us to chart a new
course by curbing reckless real
estate speculation. It gives us,
the citizen taxpayers, a check
and balance on some politicians
who might be swayed by a
developer who wants to change
the comprehensive plan."
Mullin, however, warned
that Amendment 4 allowed per-
sonal feelings to come into play
on land use changes.
"ake if Mr. -Van Zant has
l, rtq`.sp y-r in Hilliard." he
sAid, piiitihg to adl audience
member. "And he wants to
change those 15 acres to resi-
dential. Then if the Planning
and Zoning Board and the com-
mission approve it, it goes to
the voters. Is the vote going to
be on the appropriateness of
Mr. Van Zant's request, or is it
going to be on 'I don't like Mr.
Van Zant'?"
Williams then asked the
panelists how many referenda
voters would have to decide if
Amendment 4 were to pass.
"In Fernandina Beach be-




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cars ofbrIte. ierwm tow ni, but you need ways to ani-
rnate it." ,McMahon said.
-- I' ople like to look at other
r- ipk-" FIernandina Beachg to
1- ,- (ir. (f :4 aid id. could benefit from public
ly rtfirri da would garltktring place, such as side-
en r dquired" W--in--- walk cakfl ainte active fountains
id "-h at'. thr p-r andt a vibrant library.
r /Yo need activity center-o
Iddd th1at tlho- reer- downtown i" hesaid.hWe n eed
Id b- Ixpckiagil ogeth- libraries more than ever ... you
I-id-ed in on : lectionl n-eed terminal vitas, something


per year rather than several
special ele.tlionti
But Weintraub iii-i,isted the
current system wa., ineffective.
"The system is broken," he
said. "... Our elected officials
just do not listen to the public.
They only listen to developers
and land speculators.
Overdevelopment- dhestlroyted
)our ecoliinoml y and lct our lpro)-
erty values by some 40 percent.
Continuing the status quo will
only continue the problems we
see around us. That's why we
need Amendment 4."
But Rieck said Amenndment
4 would make matters even
worse. He said "3,9(X) Nassau
Countians are out of work
tonight because of the state of
the economy, amendment 4
does three things that busi-
nesses try to avoid. It increas-
es time, increases uncertainty
and increases money."
Sapp insisted voters need a
say in land use changes. "Can
we trust our elected officials to
make decisions on land use
exclusively?" he said. "I say no
- as a former elected official."
"I do find it interesting that
the people can be trusted to
vote on comprehensive plan
change, but they can't be trust-
ed to elect the right officials,"
Mayo retorted. "That's what
representative democracy is all
about."


KAYAI C,ntinuedfrom IA
the largest kayak fishing tour-
nament in the world.
Morriss said it would cost
about $10,000 for both materials
and labor for the launch site,
and maintenance would be
$500 to $1,000 annually.
Volunteers, he said, would keep
the area clear of trash,
and there would be signs pro-
hibiting the launching of jet
skis.
Resident Jerry Bryan said
Egans Creek is "one of the very
few safe spots" to launch
kayaks, and a "good, safe haven
for new kayakers."
Resident Len Krieger said
the local kayaking group would
work with the city's Parks and
Recreation Department and
said that there are probably 200
kayakers in the area. "This is a
win-win at a minimal cost," he
said..
City Manager Michael
Czymbor said $25,000 in impact
fees was available for the proj-
ect, and added that there could
also be funding available from
a Florida Inland Navigation
District grant "in the $25,000
range."
Commissioner Eric Childers


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Always afriendy smile Always a hdping hand
Always in our hearts. One with e mivese.

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In Memoy of
Elsie i. Brown
Loving Wife, Mother, and Granny
November 26, 1932 September 7, 2009
&
Kathryn L. Snead
Loving Daughter, Sister & Aunt
October 20, 1953 September 20, 2009

Broken Chain
We il:'l r<-v. itha r;r rring that Cod was going to
cal! -yur nro1m. In life we loved you dearly, in
d'c', d. t'h: ame It broke our hearts t lose
yo. ~u h'; a. C- -iGod ra!d you home. You left us
p-3-. r n.- :r,:_S y:-ur Ic-.e is still cur guide, and
rhl;ug1: .*.' a3rrolCt <- ,- 'u., yC oare always by our
s.'d O r t3mr,!y -ha:n i. broken and nothing seems
th. smrr-. bt as GC !l' s us one by one, the chain
w'i; link again.

Lo',ed & dearly missed,
Russell, Tresa, Rena, June,
Bubba. Tim and Families


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said hlie was, againIst -'iitding
$100).(Ht) for a kayak launch.
but that this new design "is a
good deal."
"I'm a kayaker," Childers
said. "My dad and stelpmolherl'
are kavaikti s,. Twenty-five thou-
sand is not nmluch in the big
scope of things."
Commissioner Arlene
'ilkoff said she would also be in
support of the project. "I think
it's a great thing to see folks
who want this to happen," she
said.


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S|peaik to the co"mmuliunily to help
gel a discussion going about
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St'ger said she wanted to
iiakt sure any signs at the
kayak launch are "unobtrusive"
and that "there's no property
tax going into this pebble
launch "
"When it was $125,000, it
wasn't such a good idea,"
" Commissioner Tim Poynter
said. "Thisis great for citizens.
... I have a feeling there will be
additional things that will be
applied for and this facility will
be improved."
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ceremony.
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tomorrow ith each candle of Ife and touches the stars for only a moment to
remember those of yesterday.
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STEVE'S and to
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career for
PL E life.

Steve Nicklas
Fernandina Beach has
grown from a small town (with
two restaurants) to a thriving,
even booming, tourist desti-
nation with an eclectic down-
town, and a posh Ritz-Carlton
Hotel and the major mega-
stores at its border.
And, understandably, the
city budget has grown over
time. However, with the city
limits built out to near capaci-
ty, it would be reasonable for
the budget to maintain at cur-
rent levels.
Not so. City officials are
considering pay raises for
some employees during these
uncertain economic times.
They are likewise weighing
the public repercussions of


nvestngcdass
A ouwr-week continuing education class, Invesatng i
Todays Fnancial Markets.' wi be offered beginng Oct 5
at the Fbnda Stale College campus in Yulee-
Local financial advtsor Steve Nickas wil teach the
cass which wil cover al aspects of the finance markets.
indudrg stocks and bonds and popular investment vehi-
des such as mutual funds. 401 (k)s and annuities.
Sessions wit be on Tuesdays from 6 30-8 p.m. They
wi be: Oct. 5, investing in the stock market; Oct 12,
investig in the bond market; Oct. 19, investing in IRAs,
401 (k)s and other retirement vehicles; and Oct. 26. imple-
meintg a ftancial plan.
Cost is $36, which includes all materials (you must pre-
register at the college and make checks payable to FSC).
The college office can be reached at 548-4432


raising the property tax rate.
The city employ more
than 200 worker-, which
equates to onle for every 55
residents \While hiring has at
least diminished. the spend-
ing has not alwayIs followed inI
lockstep.
Since 2.(n te city's pri-
mary expense's have increased
from $13 3 million to 816.4 mil-
lion. In percentage Irnis., that
is more than 20 percent And
the spending for city staff and
operations (excluding fire and
police) grew by 37 percent
over that salme( period.
Meanwhile, the population
has hardly budged. The
spending increases are a toxic
habit forged by the real estate
boom. As property values
compounded, it felt like the
replenishing supply of tax dol-
lars would never run dry. But
it has.
Residents are quietly upset
about the city's spending.
They may not show up en
masse at public hearings, but
don't be fooled into thinking
they are ignoring the out-
comes. While tax revenues
have dropped precipitously
from last year to this year, they
will likely continue a down-
ward spiral to even a greater
degree into next budget


yVeu
A light turnout at a hear-
ing over thlit-e new budget is
deceiving Pie time. or date ol
the nimeeting may have been
inconveieillnt. ol it is possible
that people have grown apa-
thelic and disguised. leeling
their input woukl not matter in
the city commission's deci-
sions
Butl local officials should
Itarn ioinl ilheiir brethren l iat
the federal level When voters
become disenchanted, they
are driven htoI ltun tout to vote.
llicy have a comix 'lling rea-

'llie current slate of com-
missioners should take note.
Raising taxes in any way dur-
ing these tumultuous times is
insensitive, irresponsible and
irrational.
hie turnout at the city elcc-
tions will probably not be so
small, or light, as that of the
public hearing over the budg-
et. An anti-incumbent mindset
is pervading the political land-
scape on many levels.
And the local level sure
appears to be one of them.
Steve Nicklas is a financial
advisor who lives on Amelia
Island. He can be reached at
753-0236.
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Highway 1. Callahan. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss
the proposed Florida Recreation Development Assistance
Program (FRDAP) Grant for Ewing Park Phase III and Phase IV.

If a person decides to appeal any decision made by the board,
agency, or commission with respect to any matter considered at
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OPINION


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VIEWPOINT/Criy MANAGER MIC IAEL CLZYMBOR/FER.\ADIXA BEACH



2010-11 city budget'cost effective


the 2010-11 budget
document was more
challenging and dif-
ficult than the previous year's
budget as we continue. to
adapt to the global economic
climate impacting all of our
lives Wei developed a compre-
hensive Itrategy to accom-
plith this monumental task.
Our strategy began with a
series of four budget develop-
ment workshops in which the
commissioners and staff
worked collaboratively to
discuss and understand all of
the factors and building
blocks which impact (positive-
ly and negatively) the devel-
opment of our municipal
budget.
These building blocks
include the city's taxable
value, stability of the budget
revenue sources, employee
salary and benefit costs and
the operational costs required
so we may continue to provide
our public services to our resi-
dents. The workshops also
produced candid and in-depth
discussions on the ongoing
costs of maintaining current


service and program levels,
costs to retain quality public
employees, exploring new rev-
enue opportunities and a com-
parison of the city's, Nassau
CouItIy's a;nd the Nassau
County School Boa d
District's rmillage rates and
property tax levies. We also
discussed the impact and ram-
ifications of our decisions on
this fiscal year's budget and
future years. These fruitful
discussions and debates ulti-
mately produced consensus
among the commissioners in
order to assist staff in the
development of the proposed
budget.
The city commission at the
onset of the process chal-
lenged the city manager and
staff to attempt to develop a
proposed budget which held
the overall expenses similar to
the existing year appropria-
tion with the added goal of
maintaining the millage rate
despite the expected declining
total taxable value. By thor-
oughly reviewing their exist-
ing department services, per-
sonnel and current
expenditures the city manager


and staff iden-
tified approxi-
mately
$925,000 of
expenditures
to be elimi-
nated from
the budget in
Czymbor order to meet
the city com-
missioners'
objectives and not significant-
ly impact service delivery.
The reductions included
lowering of personnel and
benefit costs, capital purchas-
es, training and travel costs.
Additionally, the city identified
a significant number of full
time equivalent positions to be
eliminated. The city commis-
sion with care reviewed each
of the proposed program, staff
and expenditure reductions in
order to make extremely diffi-
cult decisions on which criti-
cal programs and operations
to continue to fund. After
reviewing the anticipated total
property tax collections in the
current fiscal year and the
expected and projected obliga-
tions in the future, the city
commissioners and manager


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agreed the rollback millage
rate for the forthcoming year
was prudent and fiscally
responsible.
The city commission
received the proposed budget
on July 30 and two budget
workshops were held to thor-
oughly review, discuss and
amend the proposed 2010-11
budget. The workshops pro-
duced a budget which
includes:
Maintaining the high
service level of critical
government services and pro-
grams.
Reduces the number of
city employees (full-time
equivalent) positions by 20.5
from the previous fiscal year
budget.
Adopts the rollback rate
of 4.6612 mills for operational
purposes and 0.2753 mills for
debt service to support the
Greenway bond issue, which
is expected to collect the same
amount of property tax rev-
enues as the previous year.
An appropriation to
assist the city's not-for-profit
organizations and the Nassau
County Library System to
assist them in providing serv-
ices to their constituents. The
city commission was cog-
nizant of the lack of funding to
these organizations may
prompt the city to assume


some of these functions
and/or services in the future.
Adoption of a storm
water fee to finance vitally
needed storm water system
repairs and improvements
which were previously identi-
fied in a 199~ study and are
long overdue.
Implementation of a
paid parking kiosk system at
city-owned beach parking
lots and accesses providing a
stable revenue source to
finance needed repairs, main-
tenance and expansion of
these assets as well as a new
source of revenue for the
General Fund.
Maintain a General Fund
balance reserve level of at
least 25 percent of proposed
operating expenditure levels
for unexpected emergencies
or revenue shortfalls in the
General Fund.
The city in setting the mill-
age rate for this budget con-
tinues the tradition of sound
financial responsibility and
stewardship.
Over the past 20 years the
city has reduced the overall
millage rate 10 times, has
maintained the same millage
rate five times and has adopt-
ed the rollback rate five times.
A representation of the city's
millage levy is shown in
Graph A.


When property values
were increasing year after
year, the city lowered the mill-
age rate to collect the same
amount of property tax rev-
enue despite the annual
increase in costs to provide
public services each year.
These annual increases
included costs of wages, bene-
fits. electricity, insurance and
most goods and services.
The city manages to oper-
ate efficiently on approximate-
ly the same annual amount of
property tax revenue for the
past six fiscal years as shown
on the attached Graph B.
The city will collect approx-
imately $8 million in property
tax revenue while collections
at both Nassau County and
the School District have signif-
icantly increased from $39
million in 2004 to more than
$50 and $60 million in 2009
and 2010 respectively. We
believe this clearly demon-
strates the city's cost effective-
ness in providing critical gov-
ernment services.
I personally want to thank
the city commissioners, direc-
tors and staff for their dedica-
tion, initiative and persever-
ance in the development of
this budget and those resi-
dents who attended the work-
shops and added input on its
development


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Founder, called th h.-n t-re was no pa;iica
systern Presidcnt Wahington, it: his far-ewell
address, spoke, disparagingti about factionr.
and urged Americans to avoid them Imagine
how he. or Frankiin or Madison or any of the
others, would have judged this 2010 political
season they would have needed a barf bag.
Many are bewildered about the fact that
fewer than 30 percent of registered Nassau
County voters bothered to cast their ballots in
the latest primary election fewer than 20 per-
cent in Duval County. In perspective, that's
seven out of 10 voters who said essentially, that
it's not worth the effort, eight out of 10 in
Duval County. The Founders, I believe, would
wonder at the bewilderment. Voter apathy, they
might say, is a logical byproduct of a political
system filled with candidates who say nothing
of substance and stand for even less. Consider:
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Republican. no one's k-tting them know.
At the state level, all of us have been treat-
ed to the incessant screeching of Republican
candidates claiming to be the 'true conserva-
tive in this race." or the -only Republican." or
"more Reagan-like than my opponent, or -1
know, you may think I'm a crook, but my oppo-
nent is a bigger crook." Democratic candidates,
well, I did get a robo-call from former President
Clinton asking me to vote for a particular candi-
date, but there was no real reason given why I
should vote for him, just that I should vote for
him. What do these people stand for where
do they want to take this state, how do we
move Florida forward, what about a different
economic model nobody knows, the candi-
dates don't say.
On the local level, well, it was all about
scandal, response to scandal, or "I will cut
more programs, more services than my oppo-
nent." What about growth management?


No:h:::g \ hee do you >:a'nd on Aeni: x.r-n:
'I "n,' go!i':. to have :o find out more .' .t; i:
N',:hing What abou: incr casing da n iny i :ionhe
cR owasile artort irNoti uch 'hate abu: thae
A!A corr hit Nth the poltWhat l winds.b lu u:: the
bdadtes stnd alf. s~)-hing I ch haa n c.n:: -: o
dI'm r it. andc to achav 'p o kthngs -i. m ointo
cu" .ore p -rogal.t :m* rt" .ervkt-s than !-.I
pponeni.' Whcg v ary ou going to iiakc the
cut _,-' Silnc.x
I hav. wTitt.e. rep-a..txtly. ab)ut the
nict-d lor a rt Io:.-iblk- p;atrty .ytt-iii n axi lhc
:without ar resnd.sibke candidate- In i:n i ini.
ani eclirtive deacracy depends on both
Responsible parties identify core valuk c, tha
don't shift with the political winds, valrt-e that
attract like-nundesd votas Responsibl c.andi-
dates sand for ion thinn. they have an e. n-
da and want to accomplish things aludc.
wouldn't give you two cents for a candidate
without an agenda Agenda-klss cand ideals are
like eclairs, atnracthie on the outside, btil empy
inside.
Responsible parlie s and res xonibul candi-
dates would, in my opinion., generate voter
interest and enthusiasm parties and candi-
dates would sand for sl. nteting t It alone.
am fearful for our democracyIt lrtie, thati.
stand for nothing andrs whose core values .hilol
constantly, and candidates who stand loi noth-
ing and do nothing but denigrate at the
expense of telling us wih we .-should vole lor
them, only perpetuate the cur eni nmigr;ation
away from all things political, and in a democra-
cy that's a shame
As for the Founders, well, an 1 old you so"
might be in order. I don't know il they were
that kind of men, so maybe I'm just pi oj'cting.
Ron Sapp is a firmer city commissioner


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


Golfcourse for all?
As a member of the Fernandina
Beach Golf Club and a resident of
Fernandina Beach, I am concerned
about the choices being presented as
solutions to what the city believes are
golf course problems. Based on the
information presented when the RFI"s
were given a public audience, it seems
that the golf course is being steered in
one direction right now: that of an
exclusive egalitarian country club
resort type of facility. It would seem
that what the city, along with the Golf
Evaluation Committee, and what many
of the local golfers and tourists believe
is important for an active, successful,
golf facility do not coincide.
The important issue for our city
and the golfers should be that the
venue remain comfortable, user friend-
ly, open to all, and that it support itself.
Before-we jump in and.create a new
incarnation, of our city golf facility by
adding "resort" type amenities, we
should think really hard. Many of the
real resort facilities are in deep finan-
cial distress right now. Why would we
want to replicate a model that does
not really apply to our local "muni"
course especially in an economy that
already has shown diminished rev-
enue opportunities for golf courses
and resorts all over the nation.
In what universe is it reasonable
to think that we could ramp up our
facility and draw still more revenue
in, when resort facilities and golf cours-
es all over the world are in distress
right now? We should not try to com-
pete with them. We have a unique
product and a definite niche. Let's pro-
mote that.
Any particular vendor who would
have operated the course for the past
three years would have experienced
financial problems based on the winter
weather, summer heat and economic
downturn which has slammed the
entire economy. Go back several years
before this current economic climate
and you will see that the course did
support itself. Part of the reason we
are looking at other models is what
has happened to our total economy.
Whatever direction we choose for the
management of the course we should
be certain that the "baby" does not go
out with the "bath water."
Does the Greenway support itself,
do the local ballparks (all meticulous-
ly maintained) support themselves.
do the local tennis courts support
themselves, do the local beach access
areas support themselves, who pays
for the beach lifeguards, do the two
city pools support themselves, does
the boat ramp at the north end of the
island support itself? At a certain point
we all make decisions about what we
are willing for our tax dollars to sup-
port even though we may never use
the facility. Our hope is that tourist
dollars generate enough income to
make these things worth our while to
keep them going
Our municipal golf course should
be in the same boat as those facilities
I mentioned above if we want to be
fair to all consumers of our recreational
amenities. But In reality, golf is not
like the other facilities because it
should be able to pay for itself with
revenues generated. So our dilemma
becomes how can we do this and main-
tain a facility comfortable, user friend-
ly, open to all? I am not convinced that
the RFFs presented to the Golf Course
Evaluation Committee will achieve
that.
My mother had a sa-ing. Don't
cut off your nose to spite your face '
Let's make sure that our golf course -


doesn't have its nose cut off.
Sandra B. Pardue
Fernandina Beach

Roundabout
With the completion of the island's
fifth traffic circle or roundabout at the
intersection of First Coast Highway
and (erbing Road, it's time (better
late than never) to educate the driving
masses on the "highly complex" tech-
niques required to navigate these traf-
fic-expediting hazards. In the absence
of such information promulgated by
the authorities that deemed the need
for these mind-boggling roadways, I
offer the following guidelines:
When approaching a traffic circle
ignore other activity within or in the
vicinity of the TC and at the TC
entrance stop or slow to a crawl before
entering.
Ensure that several car lengths
separate your car from traffic ahead in
the TC.
If you are not sure where to exit
the TC just continue with a tight turn
to the left until you finish texting, re-
initializing your GPS and/or you build
enough momentum to catapult you on
your way.
I have developed and refined the
above driving guidelines from my
experience while living in the north-
east U.S. and Europe.
Happy motoring on Amelia.
Albert Porter
Amelia Island

Poweroutages
I just got through reading the
"Power Outages" letter of Sept. 8 and
am really disgusted with her response
to the letter of Sept. 1. Maybe she
thinks that we on the island shouldn't
complain as she works across the river
and their lights blink at least once a
day and when the power goes off it
stays off for several hours. Really!
My granddaughter and several of
my friends live across the river and
they never, I mean never, complain of
their lights going off and staying off for
several hours at a time; in fact, I never
have heard them complain about their
electric service at all and it's a lot
cheaper than ours and service is bet-
ter. They have expressed their feel-
ings about never moving back, yes,
they had lived here on the island at one
time, but moved off because of the
rate increases (at least seven in the
last year and a half) and because of the
numerous power outages. In fact this
past week, our lights went off and
stayed off for two hours and that's not
the first time for the month of
September.
Of course you would stick up for
the utility companies, your husband
works for them, and regarding the
comment you made about anyone con-
necting a generator should be careful
about how it's installed as one of us
might kill your husband, come on now
let's not get morbid. Oh, I have been
to the Florida Public Service
Commission meetings that were held
on the island and voiced my com-
plaints and I wasn't the only one and I
have also c-mailed them as well as
copying to the governor, but like you
said. doesn't do a bit of good. though
it did make me feel good You also
stated that the writer of the Sept. 1 let-
ter) referenced to it being like
Baghdad and that maybe they should
relocate there. I cannot believe a per-
son would be so childish as to put that
in the paper. As for their comment I
know that they did not mean anything
by it. By the way, have you ever been


MV TUIWI t3 I- Maximum k-agth i -' '*. .irs i -.-r- musl inch'ik- wnttr' namn pannt.
ed and sgnaturn,. addn-,- and llh,,,ne numb-r fr verification. Wntirs anr- n,,rmallv
Emitcd to one kiter in a 3 llay lt.rixod \ ) litrIal esidors'nments or lr*ms will be pub-
lished. Letters should be t 'ld I or p nn-d No all l'tlrs are published. S-nd kltterr !,
Letlers to the Editr. P0.. Ptx i;. Fernandma Be-ach. F.. 32((.C E-mad
rnparnetl ibnew.-aiadlcr cur
MVit :. ,rn-" R t AnRcu.-'iadi'.rcom


LARRY WRIGIHT/FE DERO(IT NEIWS


to Baghdad? Thought not.
Oh, by the way, your husband
works for the electric company and
gets compensated quite well for work-
ing long hours during bad weather, I
read no complaints about that, and if
you're afraid that he'll get hurt let him
find another job and give someone
else who is looking for ajob the oppor-
tunity to have his.
I am not usually a negative person,
but after reading your letter it upset me
to no end. There are people who need
electricity and who can't afford to be
without it for any length of time, but do
they complain?
Jean Haines
Fernandina Beach

Do what is right
Re: "Few talk of city budget, tax
rate," Sept. 10.
While I do not reside within the
city limits of Fernandina Beach, I
would like to laud Michelle Kling for
standing up for the less fortunate. The
proposed tax rate hike would indeed
harm those living on a limited income.
It is disturbing that Vice Mayor Tim
Poynter would recommend that a per-
son leave Fernandina since there is a
"cost to living in Fernandina Beach."
I have lived in Nassau County my
entire life and my heart breaks every
time I ride down the road and see
empty strip malls and other invest-
ment failures. These malls decimated
beautiful native landscapes and impact-
ed wildlife. Development as a whole
threatens our native landscape.
However, it is more important to pro-
mote growth than take into account
the living creatures that have been
here forever. It seems like the mindset
is the same for the residents of this
county that have been here their whole
life. Well before the wealthy moved
in. these working class citizens paid
their taxes and supported the com-
munity.
Well before the wealthy moved in.
the log trucks that fill our roadways
daily were a welcome sight for all The
paper mills, themselves natives. gen-
erate income and revenue for our com-
munity well above that of The Ritz
Carton. Summer Beach and Amelia
Island Plantation. It disturbs me that
the backbone of the county, the people
who have been here for generations,
are suddenly uninmporant in the eyes
of kocal government. Sate government
has halted pay rais-s for most of their
employees, some starting a-s long as
five vyrar, ago Why shouldn't the city
follow in their foot-tep-,' M', Kling.
you hit the nail on the head Do what
is right for the pe.opi- of th- commu-


nity, not just those who could afford
such a tax hike.
Lucy Nadeau
Yulee
Koran burng
Some idiot in Central Florida says
he is going to burn some Korans and
the world goes nuts. President of the
U.S. and the Secretary of Defense get
into the fray. I wonder if the guy was
going to burn some Bibles if Obama
would care? Maybe he would be wor-
ried that some radical Christians would
attack our military. Our weak-kneed
president should learn the difference
between accepting something and
bowing down to it
Patrick McKenzie
Fernandina Beach

Film Amelia
I want to thank the wonderful folks
of Nassau County for their help in
making the filming of "The Diary of
Preston Plummer" a huge success. As
coordinator for the July open casting
call, I was impressed by the over 400
people who signed up to be extras.
With only 150 parts, I knew some tal-
ented actors would not get selected.
When asked to work with Wonder
Entertainment to coordinate extras
and day players, I was delighted to
work with many of the same people I'd
just met at the Rec Center. What a
great group! Each person was on time;
performed admirably, for long hours,
and made all of Amelia proud. Others
helped too. From the Fernandina
Beach Police Department and
Auxiliary members to staff at the
Oyster Bay Yacht Club. from fire-
fighters to the Amelia Island
Plantation; from Elizabeth Pointe
Lodge to the selfless efforts of local
business people: all played their parts
well.
Mostly. I want to thank the cast
and crew of The Diary... for choosing
our beautiful community to promote so
beautifully For future film opportuni-
ties, please tune in to my website
"FilmAmelia" Blessings to you all.
Nadine Vaughan
Fernandina Beach

Noon4
I am opposed to Amendernt 4.
which would require voter approval
for all amendments to loca' compre-
hensive plans, a change from current
practice of local government approval
My opposition is based upon several
important factors
F'irt. back to basks The foujnri'-r
of our country studied in depth what


forms of government worked and what
did not. I daresay our founders knew
more about the subject than most
Americans today. The founders con-
cluded that the only form of democra-
cy that could possibly last was repre-
sentative democracy. They were very
clear that history showed that "direct"
democracy (where the people voted
directly on issues) could not work
effectively or last because it ultimate-
ly (often quickly) led to a form of mob
rule and chaos because of uninformed
and mob-like decisions. Amend mennt
4 is a prime example of direct democ-
racy.
Second, I do join the proponents of
Amendment 4 in concern about ill-
planned development. I also am out-
raged by some of the development
decisions made by some earlier coun-
ty administrations 749-unit housing
developments to avoid regional plan-
ning, strip malls without any thoughts
of marginal access roads, etc. But I
remind readers that most of these deci-
sions were made by more distant
administrations, long voted out of office
by a more informed public the power
of the electorate doing their job.
We need well-informed officials
doing the in-depth study required to
make proper development decisions;
not a lightly informed population hav-
ing to make numerous votes attended
by numerous lawsuits.
Just an example of the problem;
last year Jacksonville had 67 land use
amendments. Would that have
required balklts on up to 67 itrms,. each
with 75-word maximum d.-s ription?
This is what we pay our local govern-
ment to do. If the leaders make bad
decisions, vote them out, and we have
in Nassau County.
Third, very recent history has
already shown the di;satecr an
Amendment 4 type process. causes
right in our own state Sp.-ificalyl. I am
referring to St. Pete BI-a(h. which
established an Amendment 4 looka-
like. Since then, they have ru:n ip nr.ear-
-' .S75),1( ) in litigation, fighting -uch
details as whether the 7T-word de-*crip-
tion on the ballot was complete and
accurate and numerous other issues.
St. Pete Beach would like to eliminate
the- Amendment 4 ,lokalike, but -, far
has been unable. In short, their ,'ory
is one of enriched lawyr-,,. high-cost
and unhappy public.
In summary. Amendment 4 runs
against the well thought out ideas of
governance established by our
founders, will result in higher taxes, a
weaker economy and is unworkable
except to enrich lawyer-
William Gingrich
.Arr-h'a F1-lnd


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Road tripping



in Pennsylvania


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l (o f k. bu. -'l y I '. r t i.
I o,','r hi<- ,,-iar It 'wa, tin ,-
h, till my rmind with reunions
;::l oun'ry roa'i-d and rliff-r-
urtl ighl ini, ;a!d tof cltrra< r
a/;-Ii,' waitirlng for the right
i, ma;il hil my inbox.
I ';all in -a-irn
l'fi.ny!vinia; wai ju.t around
th< 1o riin r lh,. li-av-i wrr.
it,', ,iy j -ill gr- til. b lut lh air
v,.;t ii oilr. i and Ifr-hly har-
ve-.irl ,il-ie and < orn lilly-d
Ith iii.tifiidi pr idiuci land a
"I hi i ol i'rf hi li-i, nt In [i)yad
WII 1|J V i" I t iil i. r in tr gl
u16' liII, iIId Iold high -Ah tuiAol
Ifir-lY l, in N iwtion N J U-
plah ,.- in b.tlw .t.-n. w(Irel my
ih .ii 4 It llak Ar lned will a
n1w ,'5, I tiludi.d a map
Iht-iin chiari-d waypo)inls ;it
oll l ol f ItO -laf and nationiIIal
pai ks within hll- rr-gion tI )go
me w.ll olf flh. balelhn hiigh-
way tra( k
I h11,- ba k road I I Iraviwhd


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I r.l:.:! i r rlc [l '' *' r-,.
*.i. ; I wA.S .0[!il'A to 4

a.^'.r.dl r, :, 1 ; -a', a -I w roi ad kii'.-d
,k 'ir.:'. ;Zrunridhog a;nd tpor-
cuipirn-, 11an(d one livI-
Amenril an mart; n nfiar the:
'dg(,- of the road, a brief( look
at an ol tr-re-lativi that ha-,
'x-+-n ri-initrodull id in
P'rn-,riylvania.
O f all th<. pla ,I-, 1 imalk,.d
Aith my (IS,. Hawk
Mu uitailn w'a a (d finlli" llil t uII
fr r yim' r y aiI l 'vi h-i-ard
abolutll thi liallll' I s v t a Il ta
inl ludfh" a iiioinllahiilop ;alotlk
a valty that mark-, Ol. Iniia-
tionl roimut. of bird, o1 pr.y. It
took about ) 20 minlite-, to
climb i)p thl) rocky road o the.
viewing point. '1 here I joined
a dozcn hardy folks, with
binoculars arid spottiniig
'-Ao&-)e's ainid across the v;al-
l<-y, lhkiing for raptors helad-
irng soulli. When thel raInger
on duly called ol "bald eagle
at five" .vveryoilt tilrned their
gear in unison lo watch it fly


pai.t v,.r1 hour thie ra-:1,-r
Cial-d in itt i he iilhtir g. to ai
monitor lor ,dow bi-low at thl-
vi itior.. -tation wht-rc it wa ,
IIIoadcat III to rvl ryoi i
All tliti atlivitv and inltr-I
--, las'ia.in.td m, Tih h bird,
w'. ur quite la away, barely
visibl l, to lith inak d l yl but
Ilill IX'l p waii' d ();ili nlly
and walt hrd with their
-opx' lor houtir.'s ju- Ito catch
a gliips, of th ll pat Ni-ngii by.
()in Ainlia Iland we tan al- i
watch Illigiating bids of priey
-inic we, too, are on a main
branch otf tihe migratory
liite, btil hardly anyone
bothei s to look. Amelia Island
naturalist Janet Tharin
(www.flyfishingameliaisland.c


r-tired Ialtoitn, r aiid ; Ii rt-\ .t
bird of prey s ,potir.
Ac ordiniI to Jalit,. who onIe-
livd near tHawk Mounainii,
wt' havr ;i, miany raptor- flty-
ing byv a-;. thl 'y ( h d itr -t If yoiN
artii inlltirll d iN ll olli( i
IthrnI.Jali t i air ll I r

road trip wa vistiling ant
Ainilih couple, l'Fanny aid]
John, aunt and inclh ofl a
friend of minei. on lthleir farin
near liaCasihr. Wlicin I rfi tl
milet thei last year hlhy
loadd 11Me u|p with homlenilade
"chow-chow" with pickled
veggKies fromll their gardelln.
This trip I came prepared too.
I proudly pres-ented them


roart-d p cranis, hand-pi ck d
from ith c Itrcetrl. it
ItFernandinia alid sith-ll h< a.ii
roa'lt-d by Pal '-T1- andi wv
>4)ini a pitU&.l1i afternoon
chatling about iht p)lanllts aind
gardens. anld wikllilt, wv all
love.
( )hitday I took a hike-
alonii' t l I)tlaware Wa\';lr
(;ap, admiring the blooming
purple liatris and the bOulhr-
flies it attracted aloling lir
gravelly banks of the wild and
scenic Dclawair River. Tht,
fr'sh lowiin water sKootiid
me, so I sat on a log, took off
my shoes and immersed my
feet in the clean water, alone
with nature.


t1ir k
Mountain, in
SI'ennsyhitiat,
along the
migratory
route of
h,,wks, eagles
and vultures,
atrncts
thousands of
birdwhatchers
every fall auld
sprng.




Anll th''n iy cell phol" e
I I I.L!I t h tilt. 'tt llltl;k. l C'lOM
)ani in l atxhingtlont 1) L.
with m e- Il, I k li fimy
ll t' I ;a igllllm lltl 1a1;1' f '
jillin ait kl~a t' l








hI-'l h tilr IllIan lt t halt? I

Puit I'ostcr-Turlcy is a z20ti>-
gist hn Amenlia Islond. Sha uIl-
rm;is wiyour nature questions
wa,.dtlivi-r ed tolil t.o il all





and lpld bank f ths.
plwai Rivur. With k iay aooft
in thO waih, lily cclI
phoill Itomlly var, I was of iid
l)]anniiig lily next l lwW adveF
turt. And what, I ask yOu, aGll
bt- I)ttlh'r than thai?
Pat Foster-Turily is a zoolo-
gist in Amelia Island. She uwel-
comes your nature questions
and observations.
patandbu(dkota mhoorom


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POLITICS IN BRIEF


GOP executive
committee







Puild rg, 'n ; l A I' a:., a.:
' I? 1, ri ; ,-, a- I.- L 4:,* L.-
r.:' -.' 1 ,!ur ',a-..-::u ,' ( ;.'
All,

NAACP forums
r lh ,"-r ;i'i /.t ('' U i .'.
I ra -th fir i'*,AA ', i r the





P-a ,ant ;:aptit Church- on
'Spt 2 at the PIe k
Auditorihmn. and on ':pt. 3 at
the Hilliard Community
Center.
All forum', take place
from 6-10 p im Fro, n 6-7.:0 -
legi-,lativ,: amendmrnnt,, (1. 2
and 8); 7.30-8 30 -
Am,'ndmfent 4: and 8 30-930,
Ari:-ifindmnt-, 5 and 6


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Democratic Cub

I,- :.ara' CSutb i.;.,, '::'., di'.. -
: 0r :;* trin i :dc-.:d a ianouli
a th ,- 'a




r anouli, candidate for
B.-at h



I-,.atured (.ianoulis
',.plak.-r will
be Deborah
Gianoulis. candidate for
Florida State Se.nate district
-eat.
Dinner will be catered by
Old South Yankee and
includes chicken, sausage
and shrimp jambalaya, New
Orleans dirty rice, ILuisiana
mixed green salad with blue
cheese and Tabasco vinai-
grette, French bread and key


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West Sde
Democrats
IT;.- -' .C'- I-krn--.-ra:l.
I .-.,day a :: C,--'n
I u'idi.'x:: ,,". Mon ,-- 't.',_- : t ".r
CaliKahar. (;ue-': ,eiak-er is
count,"., ulrn': .ir cand:da:c
(,,Gorge pier Dinr.ner ar.d a
short busin-,- c -t-tling will
fol!o'* Cali (,4)) -'C:-5163 for
mronre in:orria'. n
Young Repubicans
Na,-,au County Young
Republicans are scheduled to
meet on the third Tuesday of
each month at 630 p.m. All
meetings will be held at
Republican Party headquar-
ters located at 402 Centre St.
Republican residents
between the ages of 18 and 40
years old are invited.
For information contact
Amanda Young at (c904) 207-
2181.


League of Women Voters


takes stand on amendments

TheI" I;rague of Women Voters of Florida has Women Voters of Florida. "It's time for voters to
announced the position it is taking on the anmend- choose their elected officials, instead of elected
riienlt that will appear on the Nov 2 ballot, officials continuing to choose their voters through
"After extensive re--earch, in conjunction with gerrymandering."
a cronprehet-nsivew review of our approved posi- '"lle League of Women Voters of Florida has
tions, the Ileague has reached consensus on the conducted numerous studies and regularly pub-
following constitutional issues on Florida's 2010 lishes positions on issues of importance to the vot-
ballot," according to a press release: ers of Florida. Voters can get more information
Amendment 1 -(Oppose on League issues and positions can be found
Amendment 2 Oppose online at www.TheFloridaVoter.org.
Amendment 4 No Position Taken IThe League of Women Voters, a non-partisan
Amendment 5 Support political organization, encourages the informed
Amendment 6 Support and active participation of citizens in govern-
Amendment 8 No Position Taken ment, works to increase understanding of major
Referendum for 2010 election Oppose public policy issues and influences public policy
An explanation -of all of these League posi- through education and advocacy. The League is
tions is posted online under leaguee Positions on non-partisan and does not support or oppose
2010 Ballot" at www.TheFloridaVoter.org. candidates. Leagues do support issues and leg-
"In supporting the Fair Districts Amendments, isolation but only after careful member study.
which the League has worked towards for Ieague members register and mobilize people to
decades, we urge Florida voters to vote Yes on 5 vote. Any citizen needing to find their early vot-
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SP'an l Milt hi arn-1 pal-ad-
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itNrring forgr-d bills
SSolomon Boone pleaded
guilty to aggravated battery
with gri-at bodily harm and
aggravat'-d assault and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
itinc<-d concurrently to 12
rinrith, in the Nassau County
Jail with crei-dit for time served
sinc- his March 19 arrest.
Boone' was ordered to pay $100
to th,: Nyats Attorney's Office,
$SIc~) to the Public Defender's
Office. ',$52 in statutory sur-
chairgs and $398 in court

H Jcrra Neely Bowman
p).'adl.d guilty to offering or
'ag i-i-ing 14) sA-cure another for
prostitution (third offense) and
|).ss<,-ssion of controlled sub-
-tim. p)aral)hernablia and was
;tdjiitli, .i-d guilty. She was sen-
ili i ed to i lime served in the
Nassau County Jail and ordered
to pay $100 to the State
Attorney's Office and $498 in
(court costs.


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p-adri.-l g-jility 'ro faure by a
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adjii.tha-d guilty H*r '*a j-n-
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'.j pay S 1)10 the" Satt-
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a Kyler l.ui, Cobb -pl-aded
no' guilty to po,4 -sion of a
Sfitrllh-d substance without a
pro-A.nption and po-,rsion of
V.s% than 20 grams of marijua-
rna
H Fara lainae Cravey plcad-
4-d guilty to a violation of pro-
bation being served for domes-
tic battery. A sentencing
hearing is scheduled for Sept.
23.
A trial date of Oct 18 was
set for Fernando Dubose,
charged with aggravated
assault of a law enforcement
officer, resisting arrest with vio-
lence and improper exhibition
of a dangerous weapon.
H Alfonzo Long Frazier
pleaded not guilty to driving
while license is suspended or
revoked for habitual traffic
offenses and unauthorized use
or possession of a driver's
license.
I The case of Michael Dean
Gammons Jr., charged with
manslaughter, third-degree
murder and false imprison-
ment, was stricken from the
(ktober trial calendar. The 2007
case has been scheduled for
trial several times, most recent-
ly Oct. 18. A status hearing in
the case is scheduled for Sept.
23.
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to time -Wrved in th:- Na'..
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$50 to the Sta:e A:torney'
Office. $100) to the Public
DeIkfk-nd-r' Office.,-_?3in court
costs and s352t in satutory l.'-
charge-,
i Brian Anthony Hogan.
pleaded guilty to burglary and
grand theft and adjudication
was withheld. He was sen-
tenced concurrently to 1P
months probation, 50 hours of
community service and a drug
and alcohol evaluation and fol-
low-up within 60 days. Hogan
was ordered to pay $100to the
State Attorney's Office, $150 to
the Public Defender's Office,
$398 in court costs and $1,200
in restitution.
s Anthony Edward Horne
pleaded guilty to resisting
arrestwith violence, battery on
a law enforcement officer and
disorderly intoxication and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to time served in the
Nassau County Jail, five years of
drug offender probation and 50
hours of community service.
Horne must also complete a
drugeandsalcoholevaluationand
follow-up within 60 days, attend
Alcoholics Anonymous meet-
ings and is subject to random
urinalysis. He was ordered to
pay $100 to the State Attorney's
Office, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $398 in
court costs.
f Tayrell Emerson Jenkins
pleaded not guilty to driving
while license is suspended or
revoked for habitual traffic
offenses.
SThe defense's motion for
continuance was granted in
the case of Giovan Antoin
Johnson, charged with aggra-
vated abuse on an elderly or
disabled adult and negligence
of an elderly or d. abled.adult
causing great bodily harm.nt e
case was set to go to trial Sept.
13. A pretrial hearing is sched-
uled for Sept 23.


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Johnny n'ug--ene L:- pktad-
ed guilty to a .ola:.ion of pro-
bation being s frved for driving
whie lictn!- is. suspended or
revoked for habitual traffic
offenses and was adjudicated
guilty. His probation was
revoked and terminated and he
was sentenced to two years of
drug offender probation, is sub-
ject to random urinalysis and
must enter the Salvation Army
residential drug treatment pro-
gram. Lee was ordered to pay
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $398 in
court costs.
A motion for continuance
was granted in the case of
William Brian Lowe, charged
with three counts of aggravated
battery with a deadly weapon,
two counts of grand theft, two
counts of criminal mischief, two
counts of burglary, grand theft
of a motor vehicle, aggravated
assault and aggravated battery.
The case was set to go to trial
Sept. 13. A pretrial hearing is
scheduled for Sept. 23.
SA motion for continuance
was granted in the case of
Stephen Ijam Mantell, charged
with aggravated domestic bat-
tery. The case was set to go to
trial Sept. 13. A pretrial hear-
ing is scheduled for Sept. 23.
Nakia Demond McBride
pleaded guilty to a violation of
probation being served for
domestic battery by strangula-
tion and was adjudicated guilty.
His probation was revoked and
terminated and he was sen-
tenced to 90 days in the Nassau
CountyJail with credit for time
served.
Anson Zachariah
McKibbin pleaded not guilty to
burglary and grand theft.
Brandon Jaron McKnight
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ch.arg oi agg'ra vat batter-y
ton a pregnant wor:a. .and was\
adjudica'ted guilty Hi was ';-n-
tenced to 12 months probation
and must complete anger man-
ag.ment iases within 30:da:ys
Morgan was ordered to pay .5:,0
to the State Attorneva Office.
$100 to the Public D-fender's
Office, a p-3 in court osts and
a352d in statutory surchares .
SStacey Faye Neaths plead-
ed guilty to child neglect with-
out bodily harm and contribut-
ing to the delinquency or
dependency o ia minor and was
adjudicated guilty. The state did
not prosecute hr on a charges
of child abuse e Nease wai psen-
tenced to six nglths in the
Nassau County Jail with ctreit
or time served, followed by 30
months probation and is sub-
ject to random urinalysis. She
was ordered to pay $100 to the
State Attorney's Office, $1 50 to
the Public Defender's Office,
$352 in statutory surcharges
and $398 in court costs.
a Walter Joseph (dol who
pleaded guilty May 20 to Ipos-
session with intent to sell or
deliver cocaine and was adju-
dicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to 30 months in a state
prison with credit for time
served and ordered to pay $100
to the State Attorney's Office
and $498 in court costs.
H A trial date of Oct. 18 was
set for Guy Harold Payne Jr.,
charged with burglary.
H The defense's motion for
continuance was granted in the
case of Matthew Justin Pickett,
charged with aggravated
assault. The case was set to go
to trial Sept. 13. A pretrial hear-
ing is scheduled for Sept. 30.
H A trial date of Dec. 13 was
set for John Kenneth Russo,
charged with battery on a per-
son 65 or older and battery.
H Kathy Sapp Smith plead-
ed not guilty to conspiracy.o
traffic in opium or a derivative
and possession or purchase
with intent to sell opium.
H Keno Navada Smith
pleaded guilty to two counts of
aggravated battery with a dead-
ly weapon and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced to 18
months in a state prison, fol-
lowed by five years probation.


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priso:n wprisnt with ocrtdit
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H lnnir \Wa'ane Sltewart
pk-ade-d gruiy to robbery. bat-
tery, fl.riong or attempting to
elude law enforcement and

cer without violence and was
adjudicated guitiy He 'was sen-
tence-d to four ears in a state

served, followed by one year
of drug offender probation, a
drug and alcohol evaluation and
follo%-up and is subject to ran-
domn urinalysis. Stewart was
ordered to pay $2tW) to the Slate
Attorney s Olficv, $3(X) to tilh
Public Dlfecder's Office, $796
in court costs and $2,5t0) in
restitution to tlite victim
H William Paul I'orre Jr
pk'aded guilty to two counts of
xpossesion with intent to sell
or deliver a controlled sub-
stance and was adjudicated
guilty. Hel was s-tenhced con-
currently to eight mionthlls in
the Nassau County Jail with
credit for time served and IS
months probation. T'orre was
ordered to pay $200 to the
Slate Attorney's Office, $300
to the Public Defender's Office,
$996 in court costs and
$1,000 to the Nassau County
Sheriff's Office Investigative
Trust Fund.
H Peter Brian Vanliempd
pleaded guilty to lewd and las
civious battery and was adjudi-
cated guilty. The state did not
prosecute an additional charge
of lewd and lascivious battery.
He was sentenced to two years
in a state prison, followed by
three years of sexual offender
probation and has been desig-
nated as a sexual offender.
Vanliempd was ordered to pay
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office, $151 to vic-
tim services and $398 in court
costs.
H Kelly Powell Williams
pleaded guilty to possession
with intent to sell ot'r deliver a
controlled substance. A sen-
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for Sept. 30.
A trial date of Dec. 13 was
set for Robert Arthur Young,
charged with two counts of
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ali rng ',*-v:ral burgairo-i it: a
II ...,',1 n:ighborho<,d trh -
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ing a vk tim who, ca; s- in ,,n.
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:d on the:- 37r') block of
Southern ;Gl-n Way in the:
southernn (l(;1n neighborhoxi.d
'11T first 911 (. ti cart: from
a vicim who heard banging on
he1r front dxor, then rcf-p:a-ed
ring-, on her doorbell. police
said Ai she looked out a win-
dow, a up:.ct1 grabb-d a ,hov-
el and srtiihed the: )(ne, ccau-
ing herr to -,ream and back
away a gl hatlered, (,licke
said She suffered a small l kc-
eration but tokl i)lice thte c u-
jx.ct or SuLiptLts fled toward
lPine Street Nothing wa- tak-en
from Ithe horin, according to a
sheriff's office report.
At least three other re-,i-
d(er'ne' Wt- erburgliriazd on the
saile block, according to inci-
dent reports, At one home two
unlocked vans were rifled
through and several items
Imioved around, but nothing was
reported stolen, police said.
Down the street a car was
entered but nothing appeared
to be stolen, police said. The
victim, who has video surveil-
lance, gave it to police.
While canvassing the area,
a deputy noticed another home
down the street with the front
door window smashed, police
said. Deputies cleared the
home but were unable to con-
tact the homeowner, who was
out of town, to determine it any-
thing was missing.
No arrests were made.
Theft arrests
The sheriffs office arrested
two suspects Saturday after-
ndon 'whi ere allegedly
attempting to steal a truck from
a Hilliard parking lot.
A deputy reportedly saw
Michael Adam Rewis, 24, and
Robin Reane Todd, 37, both of
Folkston. Ga., sitting in the cab
of the truck, which had a dam-
aged steering column, police
said. The truck was outside an
apartment complex on Cody
Circle.
Rewis and Todd allegedly
tol police that the man who
re|)orted them gave them per-
mission to repair the steering
column. But the man told
police neither of the suspects
had Ix'rmnission to use the vehi-
cle, which belongs to his son,
or make repairs of any kind.
Rewis and Todd were char-
ged with attempted grand theft
auto and are being held in lieu
of S10.002 bond respectively.
Burgary charge
A Yulee woman was char-
ged with burglary and petit
theft after she allegedly remov-
ed the gate activation device
from her employer's vehicle
and stayed in her Amelia Island
Plantation home for a'wcek
while she was out of town.
Ashley Dawn Ratliff. 23.
X6760) Pages Dairy Road.
worked for the victim as a
housekeetper and was asked to
ck'an tllhe condo twk-e whike the
victim was out of town, police


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Guns stolen

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rot: th(: bedroom of hi-, I-ar
ran Road horle. h irin '-, god
-:dding ring aild a woarian'
gold wIwdding ring .,ere taken
!rom a dresser in the bedroom.
ioliktc -,iid
1nI:- total etimated value ,of
thi- rni-.-ing items is ..,,( )i,
:,lice said. hlliwre ',tAcr no
signs of forced entry, according
to, tht- incident report, and a
niighbor, ..i. .... i I'. said le did-
n't -:e avnyi one leave the -resi-
dtance with pro'prty or vfwitles.
any Suipicious activity. llte
ca,(- i, p) eding further inves-
tigation,
Robbery reported
A victim told sheriff's
deputies he was robbed by a
man who jumped out of the
bushes on a Yulee Road on
Sept. 13, according to a press
release from Angela Spears,
the sheriff's public information
officer.
'he victim said he was
walking east on Harts Road
when a man ran from the bush-
es and grabbed him around the
neck, demanding money, police
said. The man complied, then
ran home.
The sheriff's office also is
investigating an alleged bur-
glary and grand theft Sept. 10
from a car parked at Tompkins
Landing in Hilliard, according
'o a press release. Police said
Xanax and other medication
was taken from the vehicle.
On Sept. 7 a television, jew-
il ry, fowl and other items were
'aken-from a Callahan home.
TIHe alleged" bwtgary o0k'
place on Ann Drive, where
Ixplice said the glass was bro-
ken in a rear window of a home


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conK'titd fei-ion
SJamni-. .'. Jr 25,
Jacksanvieit-. Sept 9.burglary.
petit theft.
Jamar Qui;l:on Harve-y
22, Jacksonville, pt. 9, two
counts of pos--<:. sion with
intrni to -. cocain:c !le of
ciociiine.
M Chri-topher Michael
I)cnnard, 32, Cochran, (Ga,.
Sept. 9, failure to appear bur-
glary.
l .J .. ,, I. Hayes, 27.
85042 Airplane lane. Yulee,
Sept 9, Nas-au County war-
rant violation of probation -
obtaining or attempting to
obtain a controlled substance
by fraud.
David Patrick Rains, 25,
1210 Isle of Palms lane,
Fernandina Beach, Sept. 9,
Nassau County warrant vio-
lation of probation fleeing or
attempting to elude law
enforcement, )DUI, driving
while license is suspended or
revoked.
Clarence Bernard Jones,
49, 54 Ionnies Lane, Fernan-
dina Beach, Sept. 8, possession
of cocaine base, tampering with
evidence, possession of drug
paraphernalia.
Joshua Colin Schoelen,
33, 2014 Beech St., Fernandina
Bach, Sept. 8, two counts of
sale of cocaine, two counts of
possession with intent to sell
cocaine.
Lori Holmes Santiago, 44,
Brunswick. Ga., Sept. 8,
Nassau County warrant two
counts of forgery, two counts of
uttering a forged instrument,
two counts of grand theft, two
counts 'of theft', violation f pro-
bation two counts of posses-
sion of cocaine.
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salute, above, in tribute to
the lives lost on September
11 during a memorial
service Saturday at
Second Amendment Inc.
in Yulee.
Local residents march
down Centre Street on
Saturday during the
Fernandina Beach
Freedom Walk, an event to
commemorate 9/11 on
Patriots Day, top right.



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Henry scores six in Hornets' 51-6 thrashing of Rams


Pirates shut

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riHn k Sh,,:ka I.ry -acoredk
ih,- fir't 'f ",ix ',,u h,,wni, in
t ,.r .- rnirg rn inu.i of thr-
game," Yul ,', wai llope the Ramn.
5]- I' rni v-l t, l-j or l Ih --a-
Ili try .or-tod back-t,-back
touchd owfii on run-, of 12, 11
and 2 yard-, respectively. t,
give hi, tram :m -arly 21-0 lead
with 11 lei-ft in the fir-, t half
Jake (Green'-, interception
killed ft'.glewo td' next drive
and tithe Horrets, wiere back in
cringeg mode Conner Petty
contiected with Ktevin Rainey
for a "7-yard touchdown pa;stS
with It left in tth first half
Yul,'e led 28-0
On 1i e ei- 'n'iuing drive, l nigle-
wooI,,l scored it. lonte touch-
down oitn a /i-yard Iral.ss to cut
Yulet's lead lt 2m-6 with 4:32
left in the second quarter.

was back in thc end zone to
answer the Rams. He scored
on a one-yarder. Kicker Ashton
Morlote tacked on a 36-yard
field goal with three seconds
left in the first half. The Hlor-
nets carried a 35-6 lead into the
locker loo m.
"I was very pleased we
came out and played and com-
peted at a high level," said
Bobby Ramsay, head football
coach at Yuhle IHigh School.
"We played poorly last year
against Englewood and, even
though we won last year, we
wanted to come off the field
knowing we played our best.
"l)errick was great and
Conner Petty had one of his
two or thre- best games. Justin
Murphy and Jose Guilarte were
linemen whoi really stood out.
"Our linebacking was very
good. (Gunna(r Cox and Jake
Green played well and I
thought Ihe group as a whole
flew around and played hard."
Henry finished with :37
yards on 21 altt'nmpts and
scored six touchdowns. He also
had two receptions for 2:3 yards.
Petty rushed three times for
231 yards and completed seven
of eight passes for 125 yards
and no intllrcetptions. Kelvin
Rainey had two receptions for
0S yards and thc lone touch-
down in the air. IHe also rushed
once for niite yards. Jake (;reen
rushed once for 12 yards.
Petty also completed passes
to Derrick Peterson (one for
nine yards). Antari Rainey
(on,' for line) and Brady Aco-
sta (orh' for six).
Morlote provided all the
extra points for the Hornets
and also kicked a 36-vard field
goal
C ox led thil defense with
seven tackles and three assist,.
(ireen had flive tackles and
three ass-ist.. kamp and John
Hall had five total apiece and
Dlherry. (uilarte. Kelvin Raini-
ey :11il Keith White and three
botal each.
The tornets travel to
Atlantic C( ast IFriday i Kickff is
it p m. Yu'l e is back homej
Sept 21 with Episco,\u


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The Yulee Hornets hosted Englewood Friday to open the 2010 season; the Hornets' season opener last week was canceled by the opponent.' he
Hornets wasted little time in their 51-6 romp against the Rams. Derrick "Shoi ka" Henry, a 6-foot-2, 220-pound sophomore, scored his first of six
touchdowns with 11:11 left in the first quarter. Zack Camp clears a path for Henry, above right. Kelvin Rainey, left, scored the only other Yulee
touchdown after Conner Petty connected with him on a 70-yard pass play.


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Yulee quarterback Conner Petty prepares to hand off the ball Friday, above left. Jose Guilarte and Gunnar Cox team up to stop a Ram runner,
above center. Jake Green, above right, carries the ball for the Hornets. On defense, he had five tackles, three assists and an interception. Henry
has reason to smile after six touchdowns and 337 yards rushing, below center. lie also had 23 yards in receptions. Camp returns a kickoff, below
left. Brothers Antario and Kelvin Rainey, below right, wait as trainers work on teammate Jeremy Deberry.

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"We have a tough game this
week." Ramsay said. "Atlantic
Coast is 2-0 and Kevin Sullivan
is a great coach. They will be
vt'ry well prelpard. VWe need
ti, make sure we play with total
fj'cus on tilh road."
II' 'Yule juni or varsity f oot-
ball team traveled toi Firnan-
dina lBieach Thursday. The
l orne'ts blanked the Pirates- 2-
0. Pthoit 11B.
The Fernandina BeBach
High Sch, ,l Pirates were in


the road Friday night. They tra-
veled to Bradford County and
were shut out by the Tornadoes
l4().
The Pirates were don 14'-0
at halftime.
"We had a goal line stand
going in at halftime,-." aid Ed
"Puggy" Brown. head football
coach at FI l-S. '"he s.ecnd
half they returned the ,opning
kickoff for a t,,uihdown."
The P'irate- wer, dwn 21-0
and gaav,' up tuchdowns on a


punt return and an intercep-
tion.
"Our special teams let us
down a little," Brown said. "We
were down 28-0 and trying to
get back in it."
Cole Willis was 9-for-22 for
for S1 yards and two intercep-
tions. Dartaine Dunwood had
,.even carries for 43 yards and
a reception for seven yards.
Jordan Hall had seven carrit-s
for -,sv,.n yards and a reception
for four yards. Matt Swinton


had four receptions for 33 yards
and Troy Thompson had three
receptions for 21 yaids. Alex
Bridwell had two for 11; I)evin
Tookes one for five.
The Pirates art back on the
road this week to take on Provi-
dence at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Yulee High School volley-
ball team played at Oakleaf
Thursday. I 1. varsity Lady
Hflornets won 2-16.2 '512, 14-25.
2';-13 Top -,rvris w're Jordyn
Whit-chtr (2I of 2,. 17 points.


two aces) and Kelsie Cook (22
of 24, 18 points, six aces). Sarah
Burrell had 14 kills and three
blocks, Sierra Mills had 11
assists and Cook and Brook,
Wilfong had nine digs apiec-.
The Yulke junior varsity
team won 25-11, 2-22.
Shadi Bedell was 13-for-ll
-- r ing Aiih 11 points ,ix ace-.
a kill and three digs. Grais,on
Murray was 9-for-10 si-rving
.with eight pints, two ace,, a
kill and two digs.


Demps is the new


Je fre-y Dempn:s. by virtue ,f I his f CO lt-
menir time last June' is :he fastest player in
ollge bthail He be'camn l he face of
I'niver-ity of Florida fI Sat,:rday
1)eInIps I'u-Ihi d itd f 1 ;'- itI. anid r,.urned
w kick ,It s f,,r ai .ut- in I-lrida.', l-11 win
ve'r a surprisingly faS-t S..uth Florida ",am
9'tturday. kick-sta;ri'ng w'hu had e'n a press-
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hnl< b him1 by qTb..iw bv, rv':-,.iv k'- i :b..ul
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w'k,i arm d W osn't n[w, ssa.rly tran-ihi' irnnI a
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Patriot Day shoot
The third annual Parrot Day Sp erg ,ay
Sh zt srxtwored by Nassau Ccur y
Fire/Rescue Professiials Lscaj 3101 wi! be
held Sept 18 at Ameia Shotgun Sports 86300
Hot Shot Trail i Yulee Proceeds benefMt the
Poys and Girls Clubs of Nassau CoJnty The
event cornsitss of fr -perSro teams shotong at
15 stations Dinner, raffle and awards follow
the shoot Shotgun start s at 10 a m and the
event is lmted to 30 teams Fee s $100 Call
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556-4085 or visd www patrttdayshoot corn

Shoot with the sheriff
The I Shot with the Nassau County Sheriff
shoot to benefit Cops and Kids will be held
Nov 5 at Amelia Shotgun Sports, 86300 Hot
Shot Trail in Yulee. Register at 9 a.m., shoot at
10 am. and lunch is at 12:30 pm. Fee is S500
for four-person teams or $300 for two-person
teams. Pre-register by Oct. 23; fee is $650
after Oct 23 for four-man teams. Call 548-
4027 for information.

Back-to.School beach run. walk
The third annual Back-to-School Beach Fun
Run/Walk 5K (3.1 miles) or 2K (one mile) will
be held at 4 p m Sept. 25 at Peters Point on
A1A on Amelia Island. There will be music,
food and awards. Fee is $20 for adults and stu-
dents run for free. Schools with the highest
number of adult and student entries receive
$800 for first place and $400 for second.
Register online at amellaislandrunners.com or
call 321-2000 or 261-0011.

Youth soccer competition
Boys and girls ages 10-14 are invited to
participate in the local level of competition for
the 2010 Knights of Columbus Soccer Chall-


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Edward Waters New Oreans play
The annual Ralph J Bunctie CLassc s
Sept. 18 n Camden County Ths years game
will be played between Jacksonvile's Edward
Waters College and the Universty of New
Orleans Kickoff is 5 p m. at Camden County
High School. Bunche founded a trade school
that later became an all-black high school in
Camden County. Alumni from Ralph Bunche
High School established the classic to fund
scholarships for descendants and relatives of
students who attended the school prior to clo-
sure during integration.
Tickets may be purchased at Quality
Cleaners and Van Barber Shop in St. Marys
and MWR at Kings Bay Naval Submarine
Base and at the stadium on the day of the
event. Advance tickets are $12 for adults and
$7 for students. Tickets purchased at the gate
are $15 for adults and $10 for students. Call
L.J. Williams at (912) 552-4494 or Robert
Cumming at (912) 409-9212 for information.

Pro wrestling
Continental Championship Wrestling pres-
ents WrestleBash Sept. 18 at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center in Femandina
Beach with a 7:30 p.m. bell time. On this huge
card see world champion Kevin Toole take on
the popular Maddog Miller; if Toole is disquali-
fied, the title will switch hands. The Dynasty
John Douglas and Ethan Marcs will defend
their tag team titles against "Rock and Roll"
Chris Turner and Julian Marcs. The Southern
States title will be on the line when Jarod
Micheals defends the title against Dallas Riley.


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The 96-97 lC Alliance won the First Coast Labor Day Shootout. The Alliance won the
premier bracket and was undefeated among eight teams. The team is now ranked 1Ith
in Georgia standings with this second tournament win as the season begins. The
Alliance are, back row from left Coach Lundy, Gabrial Jones, Eli Cluff, Ryan Thomas,
Joe York, Alex Torres, Josh McLaughlin, Cormac Dodd, Johnathan Davis, Gabe Cluff;
front row: Chito Fernandez, Justin Going, Ryan Comer, Seth Carroll, Bret Allen
Bodamer, William McCloskey, Michael Combs and Garrett Collins.


Also women's champion Samantha Steele will
defend her title against Veronica Flame The
Altemative Ttle will be making its return to the
ring with a fatal four-way, including Cuzin'
Ricky Jay, Scotty Biggs, Skylark and
Johnathan Wells
"Rejoice the Awakening" will play at 7:10
p.m. to start off the show Tickets are $7 at the
door and $6 in advance. Portions of the pro-
ceeds will benefit the Shiney Badges Ball.

FBHS Hall of Fame
Femandina Beach High School is now
accepting nominees for the 2010 Hall of Fame
class. Criteria is for alumni and former staff and
includes excellence in athletics, one's trade or
profession or as a member of society in the
form of community service or leadership. This
year's class will be inducted at the FBHS
homecoming game Nov. 5.
More criteria and applications are available
online under the alumni section of www.feman-
dinahigh.com or at the school.Contact Rob
Hicks at robert.hicks@nassau.k12.fl.us.

Upward basketball
Upward basketball and cheerleading kicks
off the 2010 season at First Baptist Church in


September. Applications are available through
the webste or at the church
Upward Sports is a first-class sports experi-
ence that emphasizes healthy competition.
sportsmanship, skills budding and fun It is
specifically designed for children from kinder-
garten though sixth grade Each child will have
time to play, but all children must qualify Visit
www.FBFirst.com or pick up an application at
First Baptist Church, 1600 S Eighth St

YMCAsports
The McArthur Family YMCA will be offering
volleyball, flag football and cheerleading this
fall. Volleyball is open to ages 8-14 at the
McArthur Family YMCA gym at 1915 Citrona
Drive. Flag football is available for ages 4-14
and cheerleading is open to ages 6-12. Fag
football and cheerleading will be held at the
Yulee Kids Campus, 86029 Pages Dairy Road,
and at the fields located behind the Femandina
Beach Kmart.
Register through Sept. 16. Practices begin
the week of Sept. 27. Registration will be avail-
able online at https//enroll. firstcoastymca.org/
and also at McArthur Family YMCA and the
Yulee Kids Campus. Volunteer coaches are
needed. Contact Tom Christenson at 261-1080
or tchristenson @ firstcoastymca.org.


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GOLF NEWS


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h,.e a '! a;nd' Wil- n ,r .-- in kRwly ( amipanal'- 7. pilu, 1 )
an, l harlb-, Ii-,-nLtr.,-k (91.
!i it!!i h,-.i,' O.(:ki.ai Iplu' 2)t cam-' in first with a
-.;,t ,' ,J l lady !Pirat,--, ',,r, pi'-, 1 X
!"-1 ; ,Shi-Ily t,,k h-r 'urn Anoth.r all-plus tIamn of
;.i- 'l;listl wilh a (' K urk.- (plu 5), Charle-s
Mid h-ll hadI a [,-. a B n-refi-ld (4., pIlu- ). 'Waynre
arnd Wilvi a ) Mort.-n-,n (.8, plus 2) and
Or, -riday. thr girl, trav- S-cott Adams (86c plus 1) fin-
- i.,id Hai. Plantatio.n in i-,hi-d s.-o nd at plus 11.
(,air-vil!- t,, take. on top- Third plac- went to anoth-
rank,-d Oak HalL Oak Hall er all-plus team of Sammy
won 5l'V173 Shlly wa-, c, Alvarez (76, plus 4), Jacque
rnm-dalit with a pair of Oak Burette (99, plus 2, ltydic
I all plavyr-. All thr,-- had Pe-trson (78, plus 2) and Ron
ori--und-r-par round-. of 3 Th-rriault (89, plus 1) at plus
Mitch,-1l had a *i, Ir,- a 1J9 9.
and Wil-,n a 53. lhl'e team of Iopez (plus
Th.- ladyy I'irate-, trav,-l-d 8), Jack Croake (82, plus 2),
to (allahan toi take- on thr, larry Braudai (K plus 1) sur-
W,-st Nas,,au Lady Warriors vive'd the minus 5 ,of Andy
at I),- -rfii-ld Iaki Monday. almisano (93) as the team
-1 have- r.turninr playe-rs won fourth place at plus 6.
-.lnior captain Brittainy 'Ith hot weather continued
Wilron, juniors Jacque-line for the 46 players who came
Shelly and I-anne I.ee and a out tl play in the Friday blitz.
f.w new players came out this Individual honors went to
year." said Christina St"ffen, 'Terry I.coss, who shot a 76,
hrad boys and girls golf goodI for pIlus 7 points. There
coach at Fernandina I ach was a three-way tic for second
I ligh School. "We had a nick and third at plus 6 between
surpris.- transfer senior from Claude lartley (90), Steve
T'l(rnnsee.t Katie Mitchell. Johnson (78) and Wayne
IThe' girls team will be one of Mortenson (95).
Jac;iksonvillh area teams to 'lus 7 was also the win-
watch out for." ning teani total for lacoss
'I he I'irates played Bishop (plus 7), Bob Craven (K8, plus
Kenny at Windsor Park on 4), Garey Durden (91, plus 1)
Aug. 31 to open the season, as Dan Tucker came in with a
FBIIS had a 170, Bishop 102 and minus 5 points.
Kenny a 156. Sophomore There was a tie for second
Tripp Mitchell, brother of and third places at plus 6
Katie Mitchell, led the Pirates between Mortenson (plus 6),
with a 41. Junior Kyle Tucker Rusty Acree (99, plus 1), Carl
and sophomore Cole Watson O'Rourke (79, plus 1), Mickey
both had a 42 and freshman Rushton (89, minus 2) and
Hunter Wells turned in a 45. Bob Brewer (81, plus 5), Bill
The Pirates hosted Larrabee (86, plus 2), Heyde
Oakleaf Sept. 8. Mitchell and Peterson (79, plus 1),Jim
Tucker were co-medalists, McFarland (99, minus 2).
shooting a one-over-par 37. Fourth place at plus 4
Robert Beach had a 43 and went to Bill Jones (80, plus 2),
Wells a 45. The.boys are 1-1, -. Roger Snmth (80,plus 2), .-.
"The boys arca.young,tal- Jerry I luiTcgi (nC9, 'yen) afndf
ented group, with only one Michael Kaufman (91, even).
varsity player returning to the Golfers (men and women)
lineup (junior captain Kyle are invited to take part in the
Tucker)," Steffen said. "The October 4 Ball tournament
boys are stepping things up. sponsored by the Fernandina
No seniors, several sopho- Beach Men's Golf Associa-
mores and juniors and a cou- tion. This is a two-person
pie freshmen. team event scheduled for the
"This group is going to weekend of Oct. 2.
clmne on strong once we get a Proceeds from the tourna-
little more playing experi- ment go to the association's
enci. I am looking forward to scholarship fund to help pro-
great thiings from this group vide financial assistance for
this year and the next c(,uple qualified Fernandina Beach
years. We had a Sophomore Iligh School seniors.
transfer Tripp Mitchell come
in from Tennessee who has fit Ladiesopenseason
right into the lineup."


Men'sblitz
\ith a new month, it was
hoped the weather might cool
down a bit, but such was not
the case for the first full week
in September. last Wednes-
(lay saw a turnout of 50 play-


hen rernandlina eacn
Women's Golf Association
held its opening golf day for
2010-11 Sept. 7. Forty-three
ladies played a mixer of
Women in Suits on the south
and west courses.
Each player selected a suit
(clubs, spades, hearts or dia-


TENNIS NEWS


Ilsed tennis balls are still
needed for the primary and
elementary schools. Drop
them off to the school of your
choice.
Beginner tennis classes
are ongoing hon tnh tennis
courts in the Yule' Sports
Complex Classes are TIus-
days and Thursdays from 3-4
1) Ili. through Sept. 23. Nassau
County Hiomle Efducation
classes began Sept. 13 at the
spIorts complex. A moms
class will hb, offered Mondays
from 2--3 p.nm Intermediate to
competitive junior player clin-
ics arc limited to eight players
p,-r class.Class times are 4-
5 15 and 5 1.-(; i30 p.m
iThe secnld fall se'ssi'. n
b1'gins thle wietk of ()ct. 4.
Thei schlh'dulc will be available
by '-pt. 20.
l, intact' Michele Maharaj
michel,'mnaha.mt nlsn com or
call 5)2 10 I2ftor information
annd to r-gistir f,,r clas.-s.s
A Ilditi'nnal inflrnlation is
available www..vuhletcnnis-
fI'undat1in con.
Aniilia Island PIanltati,'n
kial pi.-t 'ark will b>- th,' site,

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-hip-. at I l'A Pr,, Circuit
vr,-nl. S.'pt. '.5I t r, ,ugh ( ct
. T t he filId is 'ip'-n t, iFA sin-
gles players and 1; doubles
t ams.
Admission is free' Sept. 25-
:'( Final wr.knd admission

Visit your loca
online at www.fb


(Oct 1-3) will be $10 for
adults. VIP passes for the
final three days of the tourna-
ment with reserved seating
and access to the hospitality
tent will be available for $75.
The tournament will bene-
fit Tennis Without Borders.
which helps students pursue
life opportunities on and off
the court by providing gear.
instruction and academic sup-
port to clubs and schools.
For tournament and ticket
information or for information
on Tennis Without Borders.
contact Kelly Gunterman at
giintterman.kellvyt aipfl.com.
(802) 345-9802 or 277-5145.
tTR tennis teaching pro-
fessional Paul )ravton will
host intermediate tennis clin-
ics. which are ,pen rto the.
public and cost just *$5 fir
children and .''10 fr adults.
The clinics will be held at
Amelia Natilonal Golf and
Country Club Thursdays at 5
p.m. for beginners and at f
p.m. for inttermediates.
Sunday at 6 p m. is adult
s,,cial tennis.
Clase's in Callahan are
h,'ld at Ewing Park Saturdays
at 10 a.m. for brginnir's and
11 a.m. ftr intermnidiatr s and
Mwindays al 5 p .m fr bcgin-
ners and 6i p m. for intermi.di-
ates.
Call MM01) :7',7-TENN
S.Wh,) or visit www.zrntnnis-
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October4Ball
The O(ctober 4 Ball, bene-
fiting thle FIrn dinandina ach
Men's Golf Association schol-
arship trust, will be held Oct.
2-3 at the Fernandina Beach
Golf Club. The two-man
teams will play captain's
choice on Saturday and best
ball on Sunday. Shotgun start
is at 9 a.m. There will be
three divisions -white tee,
gold tee and mixed (man and
woman). Prizes will be award-
ed for gross and net.
There will be dinner for
two Saturday evening and
lunch on Sunday. There is a
$10,000 hole-in-one prize and
proximity contests, including
closest to pin and putting.
Entry fee is $130 per play-
er and includes dinner, lunch
and practice balls. Contact the
pro shop at 277-7370 to sign
up or for information.

Toys forTots turey
The Nassau Detachment
of the Marine Corps League
will hold the ninth annual
Toys for Tots Handicap


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September to May.


Sc.ranbli at Animli:i N:;Iilnal
Septl. 2.5 Shiotgun start is at

Because fi playrs, hi,,h
sponsors anl gifts of pliz' .e
thie lague was abl ti hhlp
provide a bitter Christmas in
2(X)9 for more than 7(X)
Nassau .Countly child n.
Contact Alan E -ftcri n at
75:3-7631.

TOurney fr audtis
An I &l1 Charity Golf
Tournament to benefit
Autism Speaks will be held
Sept. 27 at Osprey Cove in St.
Marys. Registration is at 7:30
a.m. Shitgun start is at 9 a.m.
Fee is $80 and includes light
breakfast, lunch, cart fees,
green fees for 18 holes, prox-
imity contest and more; $320
for four-person team. The
tournament will be a scram-
ble, consisting of four-person
teams.
Organizers are looking to
local butsiL s.to help raise
awail'ness anW futrinds foir
Autism Speaks by sponsoring
this tournament. All sponsors
will be listed in the registra-
tion booklet and have signs
placed on the course.


Re-gistration de'adlinte is
S'-pt 22. For information, con-
tact Bill Shaffer at wshafftier
liiiiil) ongtilfclubs.coiln or
(9)04) 335-7755.

Callahan ons Club
The Callahan lions Club
will hold its annual tourna-
ment Sept. 18 at Deerfield
lakes (;Golf Club in Callahan.
Dinner will be catered by
Callahan Barbecue.
hereee will be proximity
prizes. Entry fee is $60 and
includes 18 holes of golf, cart,
dinner and a chance to win
prizes. Sponsorships are avail-
able.
Register from 10:30 a.m. to
1 p.m. Shotgun start is at 1
p.m. Dinner follows play.
Contact Ken Overstreet at
(904) 879-9633, Patsy Quaile
at (904) 879-3034 or Charlie
Tanner at (904) 879-1767 or
email callahanlionsclub@
gmail.com.

Inaugural OXanes event
The inaugural O'Kane's
Invitational will be held Sept.
18-19 at Amelia River Golf
Club. Shotgun start both days


at 12:30 p.m.
Format is two-nman teams
with best ball of two on
Saturday and two-nman sc.ram-
ble on Sunday. Each player
must have aI ISGA handicap
and partners may not have
more than a six-stroke differ-
ence. If so, the higher handi-
cap will lose strokes. 'lTams
will be pre-flighted according
to handicap.
Cost is $250 per team.
There will be a cocktail party
at O'Kane's Saturday at 7 p.m.
Call Jarrod Sullivan at (904)
8:8-8825.

Charqtytouament
VFWI Post 4351's annual
GolfTournament will be Sept.
16 with a 9 a.m. shotgun start.
Fee is $75 per person and
includes golf at the Golf Club
of North Hampton with lunch
to follow at the VFW Post by
the former Down Under
Restaurant.
Sign up at the post or
online at vfwpost435l.org.
Email wwjohnson 32034ti
comcast.net or call Bill
Johnson at 415-6298 or Bill
Wright at (904) 432-8791 for
information.


Pro Golf Weekly Update

Sept. 16-19, 2010


Albertsons Boise Open The PGA Tour takes a break this
Defending: Fran Quinn week before finishing the PGA Tour
Defending: Fran Quinn season next week with the Tour
Tota Purse: $725,00 Championship On the Nationwide
Yards 6698 Tour this week is theAlbertsons Boise
,. Par. 71 Open It is played at the Hilcrest
Country Club in Boise, Idaho. Hilcrest, the only home of the tournament since its
inception, was established in 1940 and sits at an elevation of 2.800 feet above sea
level. The Abertsons Boise Open has been played every year since 1990. the first
year of the tour, then known as the Ben Hogan Tour, and is one of the few onginal
tournaments remaining on the current schedule. Last year. Fran Quinn dueled
Blake Adams for much of the final round and was tied for the lead with him until
making a birdie on the final hole to capture his third career title


Dustin Johnson
Birthdate: June 22. 1984
Birthplace: Columbia. S.C.
Residence: Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Turned Professional: 2007
World Ranking: 12th
2010 Earnings: S4.336.622
PGA Tour Wins: 5


In 2004. who became the oldest golfer to win
PGA Tour Rookie of the Year?


a) Todd Harrmion
b) Caries Franco


c) Viay Sgh
dl Frank Lckliter II


Answer: a) In 2C04. at the age of 39. Todi
Ha- tor became Ihe oldest so fer to w n PGA
'or Rooke of the Year


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SDustin Johnson birdied the next- Tournament Results
to-last hole on Sunday at Cog Champlon Dustin Johnson
S Hill Golf & Country Club in the Purse: $1,350,000
. BMW Championship, to take 2nd: Paul Casey
the lead at 9-under par. He Purs: $810,000
then tapped in for par at the T-3rd: Cho, Kuchar, Mooe & Na
18th to complete the win over Pur: $360,000
Paul Casey, who had held a two-shot lead before carding three
1 bogeys in his last six holes. Johnson earned $1.35 million and
moved to second in the FedEx Cup standings If any of the top five
players in the FedEx Cup standings wins the Tour Championship next woek,
they will capture the FedEx Cup and its Si0 million bonus Tiger Woods finished
in a tie for 15th and failed to qualify for the Tour Championship


1 One of those shots that we do not
-get the opportunity to practice
very much. but comes in handy at
S times is the lob shot In essence.
the lob shot is a complete feel
shot. so there are a few tricks to
follow The first step is to make
sure that your grip pressure is soft and your
hands stay quiet You want to keep your grip
pressure constant throughout the entire stroke
Your best course o' action is to make a long. lazy
swing with as much wnstcock as you can get on
your backswing You need to make your stance
much wider than what you are used to ard open
the clubface up dramatically to get he ball in the
air rrmmedialety The final point is to play the ball
of o' your le't insthp with almost all of your
weight being placed on your right foot


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Event: The Albertsons Boise Open
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Through Sept. 12, 2010
Rank & Player
1) Matt Kuchar
2) Dustin Johnson
3) Charley Hoffman
1) Steve Stricker
5) Paul Casey
6) Jason Day
7) Luke Donald
8) Ernie Els
9) Martin Laird
10) Phil Mickelson


Points
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2.000
1.800
1.600
1.400
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Barclays tournament because he overslept and arrrd Late to his tee trre 'or the \ Da- Frost finished with a tournament record 2'-
pre-toumarrent pro-arr Furyk. who had been ranked third in the FedEi CJp standr- \ '2-'-. a rie-par 259 to win the Pardee's Gof Classw by
ings o;erslept because his eel phone aiarm 'aied to r' ,r The caEs.qika.n nue )x-- a seven-sr.oke rrargn wver DA Webnnrg and
was put in pace n 2004 to cormtat a grogn-r a nurrer c' .'nsrta.s awt Avit players\ Payne Stewart Frost won '0 rterrarents on the
were skipprg the pre-toumarrent e/ent n.th aat'eurs toit rrry C.-rs '''eq 'he penart/ PGAi Tour during his career ad rrade the trp ten
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the rest the year would be ranr-ed as a tCur dr siira-rL rrat-era-d j 'lrher sporrns r ciat rs 'A#ld e 8 and 5th in '993 i e was also ranked Mi the
be required A player who rrsses the pr -arr ertreli A J anr eI .se '"r'art errergr-cy or nIaes top '0 o' the O"(i al Wo1d GoW Rar'angs 'or 86
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liningg day for the 18-hole ladies Golf Association at The Golf Club of Amelia Island
was held Thurnday with 24 ladies coming out to begin the 2010-11 golf year. The
team competition for the day was 3-2-1 and the winners were Jane Casperi, Carol
Scavotto, Claudia Willette and A\nne Velazquez (blind draw), first place; and Melinda
McGrath, Nancy Carlxnter, Barbara lauerman and Anne Vhelaquez (the double win-
ner of the day), second place. Kate \W'iest won closest to the pin on hole No. 5 and
Jane Ca.sper won closest to the pin on hole No. 13. A buffet lunch followed play.
President Jane Casper kicked off the year with a business meeting, officer reports and
introduction of committee members. Il;A events will be held throughout the year from


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RECREATION ROUNDUP


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Adulr 'i'te.a -5 frcre 7-
9 p rr Tuesca-a a-c *ar
at P oJ Gtrr Cc-s -s $2 s.r
/da for / ry re~s~e's 'S5 "r-

t-.asretrair s5 Mocr-
lapf andr i'/e.dro .e f tr'-
11 a Trr t ThI 1 7,rs-
'iat fror 11 a r, to 7 p -r
and SatI:rcap5 ard Srundai
from 11 am to 4 p m a' Perj,
G/1n basta' on a ialalaA1!/
Sports trajrng is offered
onday/ tnraugh Thursday
from 8-1 a m at Peck Gy/m
Each session Is 'to ' and concentrates on aglrty
strength explosiveness oal--
ance and more A lifmt of 10
per session Instructor is a
certied frtness trainer and
specialist in sports condition-
ing Contact Jay at 277-7350
or irobertson@fbfl org
Exercse classes at Main
Beach park are Mondays and
Wednesday from 5 30-6 30
p m and Tuesdays and
Thursday from 7-8 a m Full
body toning, cardlo, deep
stretching and abs with
instructor Beth Lapaich Cost
is $10 per cass (aty. $12 non-
oty) Call Lapach at 1219;
363-9493. e-mail
blapaich@hotmail corn or vsn
www bethlapaich com
Peck Gym weight room is
open from 11am to 7 p m
Monday through Fnday and
from 11 am to 4pm
Saturday and Sundays Cost
is $3 a day or $25 a month for
city residents ($30 non-city)
Personal training is available


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c, es F egister at Alantr;
Center Ca;! Kathy Russeo' at
277-7350
Lap swim is from 6-9 a m
and noon to 3 p m Mon-day
?,rough Friday at Atlantic
Center Cost is $2 a day
Aqua 1 water aerobics is
from 10-10 55 a m weekdays
at the Atlantic Center pool
Deep water aerobics (aqua fit-
ness belts required) is
Monday Wednesdays and
Fndays from 11-11 55 a m
Cost is $50 per month (aty
residents) and $55 (non-aty)
for one class per day, $60
(cty residents) and $70 (non-
cty) for two classes, or $5 for
one class, $10 for two
Fernandina Beach Scuba
Club meets at 6 p m the sec-
ond Friday at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center
Call Kathy Russell, 753-1143,
or e-mail krussell @fbfl org for
information
Atlantic Center pool pub-
lic swim hours are from from
3-6 p m weekdays ($2) and
from noon to 5 p m week-
ends ($3) Passes are avail-


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for ages A a-_c -c A ~st-
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3 3C-4 3: -.cra .s a-c
'<.ecrs..a>s 're ter
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rtcrtrn yr c1- ; es s e-s S-IE5
f or n-c-'- ,n - a'e
a iaac4ie ro..r "-i'e -s"Jc-
to RPegster at A-'a't.c
A-enue Recreatc- Cecter
Faolry rer'a.s in,~ce
Peck Center &a jcr-nT ano
reception roon; 'a rt LT.'er
King Jr Center 'aucrcorjum)
and Atlantic Center (a". ion-
um and conference room)
The Ybor AJvarez soittall
fields on Baiey Road fieldss
one and twO) may also be
rented Lights are available
All reservations must be made
at the Atlantic Center 2500
Atlantic Ave Rental contract
damage deposit and rental
fee required
Beach wheelchairs can
be reserved at the Atlantic
Center, refundable $50
deposit required Two wheel-
chairs are available Call 277-
7350
Outdoor public facility
reservations can be made at
the Atlantic Center by com-
pleting a contract and paying
a re-fundable $50 damage
depo-sit. Outdoor pavilions
and Main Beach Park must be
rented
Visit www feman din-
abeachflorida.org or call 277-
7350


2010 SCHEDULES


YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Varsity Football
Spi 11 at Atlart Coast 7 00
Sept 24 EPISCOPAL 700
Oct 8 at West Nassau 730
Oct 15 BOLLES 700
Oct 22 at Universty Cristian 730
Oct 29 INTERLACHEN' 700
Nov 5 at Fernandina Beach 730
Nov 12 Paxon (seniors) 700
* Homecoming

YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Voweyball
Sept 16 at Ribaut 530
Sept 17-18 at Keystone tourney TBA
Sept 21 at Fernandina 530/630
Sept 23 at Raines 530
Sept 24 TRINITY 600
Sept 27 at WestNassau 530/630
Oct 2 at Keystone TBA
Oct 5 at Epscopal 530/630
Oct 7 OAKLEAF 530/530
Oct 11 WEST NASSAU 530/630
Oct 12 RIBAULT 530
Oct 14 atHillard 5304 30
Oct 18 FERNANDINA 530/30
Oct 25-26 Dstrct at Boles TBA
Oct 28 Dstnct championship at Boles

YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Junior Varsity Football
Sept 16 at Botes 700
Sept 23 BISHOPSNYDER 600
Sept 30 HARVESTCOMMUNITY 600
CCt 14 WEST NASSAU 600
Oct 21 at Epscopal 730
Oct 28 FERNANDINA BEACH 600

FERNANOINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Vrsty Footbal
Set 17 aProvidence 730
Set 24 WEST NASSAU' 730
Oct 1 I Boes 730
Oct 8 at Epcopa 730
Oct 22 at rtertachwrf 730
Oct 29 UNIVERSFTYCHRIST' 730
Nov 5 YULEE' (omeco ing) 730
Nov 12 MATANZAS 730
District


FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Volleyball *
Sept 16 EPISCOPAL' 5306 30
Sept 18 JJVAtourney
Sept 21 YULEE' 530/630
Sept 23 at Oakleaf 5 306 30
Sept 30 MENENDEZ 530/630
Oct 1-2 JJVA Dig Pink Tourney
Oct 4 at Ponte Vedra 5306 30
Oct 6 BISHOP KENNY(JV) 430
Oct 6 RAINES (varsity)' 530
Oct 7 FLEMING ISLAND 530/630
Oct 12 BOLLES' 530/630
Oct 14 MIDDLEBURG 530/630
Oct 18 YULEE 530/630
Oct 19 at Providerce 530/630
Oct 25-28 District 3-3A at Bolles
*District

FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Junior Varsity Football
Sept 16 atHillhard 600
Sept 23 at West Nassau 700
Sept 30 BOLLES 600
Oct 7 CAMDEN COUNTY 500
Oct 14 STANTON 600
Oct 20 at Bshop Kenny 7:00
Oct 28 at Yulee 600

FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Girls Golf
Sept 15 atOakleaf 330
Sept 22 BOLLES 430
Sept 23 at Providerce TBA
Sept 28 at Bolles 4 30
Sept 29 BISHOP KENNY 400
Oct 6 PONTE VEDRA 400
Oct 11 WEST NASSAU 415
Oct 12 at Ponte Vedra 445
Oct 13 EPISCOPAL 400
Oct 18 Distrct 5-1A TBA
Oct 25 Region 2-1A at UF 930
Nov 2-4 State 1A finals, Dunnelton TBA

FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Boys Golf
Sept 15 atOakleaf 330
Sept 16 PROVIDENCE 400
Sept 20 at Yulee 4 00
Sept 21 at Porte Vedrarrinty 300
Sept 22 WESTNASSAU 415


Sept 27
Sept 30
Oct 4
Oct 5
Oct. 7
Oct 14
Oct. 19
Oct 25
Nov 2-3


at West Nassau 4 15
BOLLES 330
at Tnnity 400
BISHOP KENNY 400
at Provdence 4 00
TRINITY 400
Distct 5-A TBA
Region 2-A at Gainesille 930
StateA at Ocala 930


FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL


Sept 18
Sept 25
Sept 28
Oct 2
Oct 9
Oct 16
Oct 21
Oct. 27
Nov 4
Nov 13
Nov 20


Sep
Sep
Sep
Sep


Cross CoLuntry
Kabe Caples. Bshop Kenny
Ponte Vedra Invitational
GREENWAY INVITE 400
Bale n Trail. Bartram Trail
at Keystone Heights 800
Pre-state at Dade City
COUNTY MEET 400
JV Invitational, Bishop Kenny
Distinct 2-2A TBA
Region 1-2AatTallahassee
State 2A at Dade City


FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE
SCHOOL
Volleyball
t 16 CALLAHAN 530r/
t 21 at Yulee 5 30/6
t 23 BAKER 5 3016
It 28 COUNTY 4/5 30/7


'30
S.30
'30
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YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL
Volleyball
Sept 16 atHilliard 530/630
Sept 21 FERNANDINA 530/630
Sept 24 at Baker 500
Sept 28 County at FBMS4 30/5 30/7 00

FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL


Sept 21
Sept 28
Sept 30
Oct 5
Oct 7
Oct 21
Oct 28
Nov 4
Nov 11


Swimming
at Bolles 430
PROVIDENCE 400
at Epscopal 430
FLORIDA D&B 400
BALDWIN 400
ST JOHNS CO DAY 4 00
Distnct 2-1AatBolles 900
Region 1-1A in Tallahassee
State finals in Orlando 830


HORNETS BLANK PIRATES


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Dalton Bradley carries the ball for the Yulee High School junior varsity footlbll (eumn
Thursday when the Hlornets isited the Fernandina Ikeach Pinrtes. Yulke won 2-().


The Hornets swarm to take down Pirate Cody Cosper, above. A pair of Pirate
defenders take down a Hornet runner, below left. Yulee quarterback Austin Wagner,
below right, prepares to launch a pass. The Hornets travel to Bolles Thursday for a
7 p.m. matchup. The junior varsity Pirates play at Hilliard Thursday. Kickoff is at 6
p.m.


LEGAL NOTICES


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY
CASE NO 09CA810
FLAGSTAR BANK FS8
PkAdntff
vs
DANIEL W BENSON et d
Defenrdant(S)
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pusuca to a FAnd Adgment
of Foreclosee dated ALugst
Z 301a ond ntred in Case
No 09CA810 of the Cicut
Cout o ftw Foiurh Judod
Crcuff n and for Naau
Courtv R aida w*eren FLAG-
STAR BANK CR a adrll and
DANIEL W BENS 7 AUDOEY
BENSCft LINkNOWN TENANT
#1 UNKNOWN TENANT r crs
the Defw-Ldrts J cn A OCia-
ford as The Ckrk of the CiOrcut
Court ul se4 to the hihst
and best bddr for cast at
Nara Ccvjly AJod Anre.
'63. Vte-rns Way Aiee q
32N07 at 11 30 am on Sect
2 XIC tthe tlol.w'g d4-
KInted Cccvrlc aBs set lc<
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24 EAST NAS-AJ CCLN"A
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BErO- ';5E PARTi.CJLARL'-
C'SC~ED AS FCtCV',S.
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F,- N"',TS.- C hERS 0; SA.D
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NORTH UNE OF SAID SECTION
10 A DISTANCE OF 1310.30
FEET TO THE WESTERLV UNE OF
THE EAST ;2 OF THE WEST 1/2
OF SAI SECTKIN 10 THENCE
SOUTH 01 DE-REE 52 MINUTES
03 SECONDS EAST ALONG
SAiD VESTERLY LINE A DIS-
TANCE OF 1 68 1' FEET TO THE
AGREED NORTHWEST CORNER
OF SAID LOT 26 PER DEED
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDS BOOK 718 PAGES
1090-00 i OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TN FLORIDA THENCE CONTIN-
UE SOUTH 01 DEGREE 52 MIN-
LrTES 03 SECONDS EAST
ALONG SAID WESTERLY LINE A
DISTANCE OF 8 24 FEET TO THE
PCT OF BEGlt.NG- THENCE
CCOTINLE SO'TH 01 DEGREE
52 MINUTES 03 SECONDS EAST
ALONG SAOC VESTER.L UNE A
DISTANCE OF 3:500 FEET TO
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF
SAD LANDS DESCRIBED iN
OFFCLAL RECORDS 9C *i 718
PAGES IC0- 1C i THENCE
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interest in the surplus from the
sde if any other than the
properly owner as of the date
of the lis pendens must file a
clam within 60 days after the
sde
Dated this 3 day of Sep-
tember 2010.
JOHN A CRAWFORD
As Clerk of the Court
By is/ Tracy Poore
As Deputy Clerk
IMPORTANT
In accordance with the
Amencare rTtn DCaiabi-es Act
peisora n(e'dng a reasonable
accommodation to partici-
pae in this proceeding shosdd
no after thri seen (7) Mdays
cIor contact the Cerk of the
Court s djistirty cooronator
at 9046302564 33C E BAY ST
JACKSONVILLE FL 32202 If
hearing mpoared contact
(TDD) 800 -58771 :,a Ronda
Relay Systerm t
Ben-Ezr & catz PA
Attorneys for Paonmt
2S0; S.trng Road Sre 30C
Fort Laxerodde qonda
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
FLORIDA
Care No 2010-CA-36


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profit corporation
Defendants
NOTICE OF JUDICIAL SALE
PURSUANT TO 45.031, FLA
STAT.
TO ALL DEFENDANTS AND ALL
OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CON-
CERN:
Notice s hereby gren that
pursuant to the Find Judg-
ment of Foredosure entered
on August 30. 2010. in Case
No 2010-CA-36oftthe Crcurt
Court of the Fourth Judic:a
CrcuJt ,i and for Nassau
County Ficr~-da an rvch RE-
G!CNS BANK an AJobama
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW PURSUANT TO
SECTION 866.09. FLORIDA
STATUTES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN














that the uderigned. cdelerng
to engage in buniar under
the ictftos rename of AMELIA
REALTY RENTALS located
961687 Gateway StreetBlvdn the
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Dated at Fernandlna
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of September 2010
Orchard A Cooper














Don Nolan
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AR&l CoopRe LD Co
It 09-15-2010
9262

NOTICE OF APPLUNDEICTION FOR
NAME LAW PURSUANT TO
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961687 Gateway lvdissuance, the
desipin the Conty property
in the City of Amelia Island
Forido 32034. intends to regis-












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DC/iion of CorporatIons of the
Ronda Department of State.











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Dated at Fernanolna
Beach. Florida, this 15th day










of September 2010074-TD











Certificate Number 2664
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035L-0014-0000
Don Nolan
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Amela Reof Inc 2008











Description of Property:
It 09-15-2010
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NOTICE OR APPL2ATION FOR
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN









Assessed To
that CLARINET I LANDe hol
Sof he above property cte(s)










located inNassau County, in
the State of Forida.
hanled sucd certificates) o
sa la deed to be issued there-
on The certificate or cmberfi-
and year o be sold to the
Highest Bidder of the MAINproper











ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE,
and the nanme(s) in whch it is
assessed are as follows.











Fle Number 201h dac074-TDo
Certificate Number 2664











2010rc between the hours of
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Yea1 ofm ance 200pm The
Clerk of Con of Property
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JOHN ACRAWFORD
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COURT
BY RHODA GOODWIN.
DEPUTY CLERK
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ADA Coordnator at (904) S58-
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE,
FL on aIe 19rh day or October
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JOHN A CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY R-OGA GOODWNI
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h 7o are a perst n with da -
atbly who needs ay accomn
modation i order to partic-
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tance Please contact the
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scherJed aoearance is less
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.

CASE NO 10-CA-S43
DIVISION. A
TWE NtI10NAL BANK OF
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'N-'CL Cf SALE
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pua suat to a Sumrrrary Frl
Judgment of Foredo st* en-
tered heree~t I wl l to the
highest crd best bidder for
cash at tre 'front door of the
Nassa)Coanty Juiod al Anne.
76347 Veterans Way Yulee
Flonda at 11 30 a m on the
12 day of October 2010 the
following described property
EXHIBIT A'
PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND
LYING AND BEING IN THE
COUNTY OF NASSAU AND THE
STATE OF FLORIDA KNOWN
AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS
A PORTION OF SECTION 49
TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, RANGE
25 EAST NASSAU COUNTY
FLORIDA AND BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS:
BEGIN AT THE INTERSECTION
OF THE WESTERLY RIGHT OF
WAY LINE OF U.S. HIGHWAY NO
I (A 15000 RIGHT OF WAY)
AND THE NORTHWESTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF PICKETT
ROAD (A 5.0 FOOT RIGHT OF
WAY) THENCE SOUTH 25' 42'
00 WEST. ALONG SAIDNORTH-
WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF PICKETT ROAD, 49274 FEET
TO THE SOUTHEAST CORNER
OF LANDS DESCRIBED IN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS BOOK 439,
PAGE 503 OF THE PUBLIC RE-
CORDS OF SAID COUNTY:
THENCE NORTH 3(0 46' 10'
WEST. ALONG THE EASTERLY
BOUNDARIES OF LANDS DE-
SCRIBED IN OFFICIAL RECORDS
BOOK 439 PAGE 503 AND IN
OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 652
PAGE 990 887 60 FEET TO A



PAGE 505, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY.
THENCE NORTH 58 53' 45"
EAST ALONG SAID SOUTHERLY
BOUNDARY OF LANDS DE-
SCRIBED IN DEED BOOK 67,
PAGE 505, 399 82 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE WESTERLY RIGHT
OF WAY LINE OF SAID UJ 5
HIGHWAY NO S. THENCE
SOUTH 31 47'00 EAST, ALONG
SAID WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY
LINE 617 8 FEET TO THE POINT
OF BEGINNING
WITNESS MY HAND andd the
seal of this Court on Septem-
ber 7, 200
AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES
ACT (ADA) NOTICE
IND IDUALS WITH DISABIL-

ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT THE COCU4T
ADMINISTRATORS OFFICE AS
SOON AS POSSIBLE TELE-
PHONE 2 OR IF HEARING
IMPAIRED 1-00-995-877 (TTD)
OR 1-00-955-8770 (V). VIA
FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE
John A Cta4Tord S
Clerk of the Cirecur Court
By /,/ Arr anda Stecan
Depty Cler k
CALE G WEST'L.G .SR. ES IRE
331 East' Aon Street
kWESTERLY R oda 32202
21 09-1~22-2010
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLO IDCA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO. 45-2009-CA-
001128
DMISION:
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FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY

FLORIDA
Ca No.2' 010-CA-36
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Divison A

ba ng cot porat'or'

Pkaintiff


NERS. LLC.a Delaware iryt-
edl oblity compare y SUM
MER BEACH DEVELOPMENT
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corporation. PLANTATION
HOUSING CORP 1 Fa Honcki
corporatNEE. RANDY AST-UN
ridnclduaily and d/b/a
FoNEid Public UtiDeles Co







and LHE ENCLAVE AT SUi-
MER BEACH HOMEOWNERS
ASSOCIATION, a oondoi ied


non-rprfitco rporation.
DHOUfendanG CORP I
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pursuit to a Fir' Judgment
of Mortgage foreclosure do-
ted August 20 2010 and en-
tered in Case No 2010-CA-36
aN the Circuit CouAr of the
FOURTH JudicHM Cicuit Sd
for NASSAU County Florida






wherein REGIOiNS BANK is the
nonprofit cporation






plainff and Bt CNE






LAND PARTNERS, LLC, SUMMER
BEC DEVELOHMENTE GIENP
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LTM.tg SUMMER BEACH RESoT
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LC., SUMMER BEACH REALTY
INC., PLANTATION HOUSING
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FLORIDA PUBLIC UTIUTIES CO
and THE ENCLAVE AT SUMMER
BEACH HOMEOWNERS REASO-
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CORP It PLATATtON lpa In.





Defendants. I will sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at Nassau County
Courthouse, 76347 Veteran :
Way Suite 456, Ylee onda
32097. at 1 30 am on SEP-
TEMBER 27.2010. the forowmrg
descrIbed property a set for-
in sad Find Judgment
Lot 27. 28. 29 47. 48 49 0
51 of ENCLAVE AT SUMMER
BEACH, accadnlg to theM
thereof as recorded in Plr3
Book 7. Page(s) 318 through
321. of the Public Records r
IN as. County FloroIda
Any pe rson l"arnirg gi
intereI in the surpkl ftor tthe
ale, If any other thran the
property o ni-er a of the r4-
of the Us Perde rreu; fie
claim wit-rr :rity (60) d,3v:
offer the asde FIkie ofcrty
person drrrrang riri interef r,
the s"urpus trorn rti V- r otte
thrI the rAoperty oarwer to
fJe a clarn wTth srrty (SIj)
days after the- sade wI res.e
in a lot of etierrsent to ,i-
plus fund:
* WITNESS tA' HAND o -lt
eol of t- Cwrt or, Sepr 7
2010
Jotn A Cro.vford
Clr oft the Cecsit C-.,t
BK I/ RegR-o r< M oore
CpAJty Clerk
Antert care -sth Crn- bot.es
Act
to citj acordance Rth t-e
Ars.ertrs *tTieh Dias1**es Act
pernr0 nee-dr[g a \ecri 0n
corren,-"a"lori to ralc ts
in tis: pr-ceedr-k 8-.zJd ccr'
tcr the ATpA Cortyd rir rto
faler tiarm 7 se/'er.) aid: .-
to The procee-~g ae 81 3-272-
7Cc0 a xo a f-orid Re.ay Sbe-
.ce at 1-8Co--9.-770
25 09-15-22-2010


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. FO
THE FOURTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUT. IN AND FOR NASAU
COUNTY. FLOBRDA
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pale in thm procee drg i odC
contact the ADA Cootdnator
at 416 CENTER STREET FER-
NANDINA BEACH. FL 32034 or
Telephone Volce/TDD (904)
321-700 not later than five
buFnew days prnor to such pro-
ceedng.
WITNESS my hand and the
sed of this Court th 26th day
of August 2010.
John A Crawfaord
As Clerk of the Cort
:By I/ Lance Lovell
As Deputy Clerk
10-30274
t 09-08-15-2010
aro omotr

















9226

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that CLARINET I LLC the hold-
er of he fotlong cerdicate(s)
has flied sad certlfaote(s) for
a tax deed to be issued there-
on The certificate numbers)
and year of issuance, the
description of the property,
acd ihe name(s) in whlch t is
assessedare as folown:
File Ounber 2010-063TD

PRncl oumbur 45-3N-28-
121L-0040-000
Yer of isuarce 2008
Dscrlphton of Property
LOT 4I IN OR I333/1396





located in Naloe Coat Inyn
IteSate of Rowrid p

Unil asuch csrt ificarte(s)
ss bed redeemedoaccordin
to law. Ii lpoperty decrbed
In rch cortfice or cbtflfl-
cates wll be sold to the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE.
FL on th28thda of Septem-
ber, 2010 between the hours
of 11:00 aCm ad 200p.mT. e'
Clerk of Court s Oce Polcy is
to hold 1he sde at 11:30 a.m.
JOHN A CRAWfORD
NASSAU COILNTY CLERK OF
COURT
S I of tcle a op orn wh ct


corr ,mle fn orid to pa-

re enMect, at nro cs to ou
to lha wthepo ro certyt dmrs-e
atnce wFese contact the

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ot1 0O--25 ao -15-2010
9172

AMENDED NOTICE
OF HAERIFX SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
That Ciesda to a Wnt of

txecueds tued ued there
Coutro o Naau CovahR on-
do on ft ,m do of JULY
onT0 en che case whmens
JOANdAV A o AWELu OWnERC
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tio'na Count Sherif B ic 4e
parkong lot from SR 200)
LOCATED A' 76001 BOBBY
MOORE Ct CLE.t in the City of
Yuiee, ie Sau County Flonda.
at 8te heu of 1000 A M or
as soon possble thereolter, I
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dcar''s nght. ftte and interest in
sad property at public outcry
a62 sel to the soue, object
toalrrort eards, encurcribances
nd lgment, 12 any, to the
north 17and best ddwet a di-
dert for CASH IN HAND, the
proceeds to be applied s far
ar ay be to 3the payment of
costs and e the sa0isaction of

the above described execu-
tion.
T.LDOOR TOMM BDI SEAGRAVES AS

SHERIFF
OF NASSAU COUNTY, SH
LOCATED AT 76001 BOBBY





















FLORIDA
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
AMERICANS WITH DISABiIUTIES
ACT, PERSONS WITH DISABILI-
TIES ONLY NEEDING SPECIAL
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-
TICIPATE IN THIS PROCEEDING
SHOULD CONTACT THE NAS-
SAU COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE.
OO76001 BCIY MOORE CIRCLE
YULEE, FLORIDA. 32097, (904)
22N5-0331. NOT LATER THAN SE-
VEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE
PROCEEDING. IF HEARING IM-
PAIRED. PLEASE CONTACT
thDD) 1-800-9u-87 10 A. OR
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FLORIDA RELAY SERVICE
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4t 08-25ghtt0e 08anner- s 00
9176

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
and y.1 sel the same, subject
foec prior oef erierrera-ices






































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ACCOM DAd TO To
EDIIE CIN TRONHS IN
SHOULD CONTACT THE NAS-
SAU COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE.






































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FLORIDA RELAY SERVE









4t 08-25. 09-01-08-15-2010
9178
IN TACCODACE URT OF THE
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ACT PERSOTIS WITH DISABILI-









TIES ONLY FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
ACCOMMODATION TO PAR-









TICIPHE STATE OF FLORIDAIN
SHOULD CONTACT THE NAS-








AND FOR NASSAU COUNFFICE
CIVIL DIVISIONORE RC
CASE FLORINO. 2010-CA- (904)









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vs.
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(TDD) 1-800-956-8771. OR








VOICE OF RICE L LILE800-9770.
FORIDA RELAY SERVICE
REGISTRATION SYSTEMS INC.,









ACTING SOLELY AS NOMINEE
9178









IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE








INC., D/B/A AMERICAN
FOURTGAGEH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLOTHE STATE OF FLORDA. IN









ERS ASSOCIATIONS, INC.;
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO. 45-2010-CA-
000121-AXXX-YX







UNKNOWN TENANT. FSB
Defeant(s).
vs.
BRICE L. ULES. UNKNOWN






SPOUSE OF RICE L LILES







Notice is hereby given that.
pursuant to a Final Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure en-
tered in the above-styled
cause, in the Circuit Court of
Nassau County Rorida, I will
sell the property situate in
Nassau County, Florida, de-
scribed as'
MORTGAGE ELECTRONIC










LOT 140HESTRATION SYSTEMS INCPHASE











ONE. ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
ACTING SOLELY AS CORDEDINE
FOR AMNET MORTGK 7. PAGES 40
INC..THROUGH 46 OF THE PUBLICRICAN
RECORDSTGAGE NETWORK OF
SFLORIDA HERON LE
ERS ASSOCIATIONSthe INCghest
UNKNOWN TENANT #1.
UNKNOWN TENANT 2










Defendantddes) for c At
NOTICE OF SALE









Notthe west door of the N that
pursuant to a Find Summary
Judgment of Foreclosure en-
tered in the above-styled
cause. In he Circuit Court of
Nassau County. Florida I will
sell the property situate in






Cosstu Couty Flor. 76347de-







Veterans Way Yuiee, FL 32097,
scrt 11bed30 AM, on October 15,
LOT 10. HERON PHASE
ONE. ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN






TED THIS 30th DAY OF TH PUBLIC






August, 2010.
RECORDS OF NASSAng CUN-






Interest in the surplus from the
TY. FLORIDA





at plic se. to the higan these






property owner as of the date
ofd best bpider, usr ct fil At
the west door ays a the Nss
ty Ju my hand annex 76347
Vetera-s Way Ytiee, FL 32097,
at 11 31 AM. on October 15I
2010.





DATED THIS r 30th DAY OF
August. 2010
Any person clamg an





CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
Interest in the surplus from the





Bye I/ Heather Na rthn he
property Clwner aof e dte
of the pndef t file a






Consuegjra
am wttoin 60 das after iffhe





soae. acmm a
ritptess my ha-d arcd sea
of tisuld countaton the 30th day of
August. 2010
John A Crawford
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
By /s/ Heather Na-woch
Deputy Cerk
Low Offices of Daie C
Corsuegra
9204 King Plm Drive
Tapa FL 33619-1328
Phone 813-915-660
Attorneys for Plantfit
-I accordance with the
AnicaDI wiVh ISION ltes Act
ao 1990 persons needing a
special accommodation to
paicipate in th proceed
should contact mhe ASA Coor
dnaolor no later than seven (7)
days pior to he proceedrips
A heK. A inparedK p Ata ec
(800) 955-9771 (IDO) or (800)
95.-8770 (*ice) ia Ficrdo
Relay Service
21 C-08-1,5-2010
9227

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CML ACTION
CASE NO 45-2010-CA-
000661

BANK'FA4.'EPCA ?.A
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NOTICE OF APP-. TION F













SNO CE' HEREBY GIVEN
ThaiC. LA T I .C the hold-
r. &.' r-..T <.T~























S r" : _-ne e-racate(s)
ha-sr ied .,id J icae(s) for




















a tfcD deed to be issued There-
on r The cr ca' ->-n- ers)



rand yeai, .,c rce, the
























assesrsdease cistfollows:
-e 0 -Nubeo 2010-06














Cerific ate ruber 2281







Parcel Number* 41-3N-28-
125-0052-0000
*44(.TI **0 33afl1 i
-





















LOTE 52 PT OR 1417506 UGH-
. les s sh certificates)


















cates will be a od toa the
Highest odder at the MAIN












FL on the 28th day of n ei ic
Septemb er 2010 between the
922e?




























hoars of 11:0 a m and 20e
prn The Ci ptaof rCour'J3ice
NOTICE OF APPUCATION UFO
TAX DEED
NOrICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
GNat CLARlRET I LLC me holL-










l the lto holdg certheate(s)




























NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF



e you are a person with das-
has ned sad certificates) for










































ab ertywho needs any occor-
o tai doed to be ssued topare-
on The certificate numbers)











and ear of souaneg, the
descrition otf e property.































fance Please contact the
Fie Number 2010-064-TD
Certificate Njmber 2281
Pacel rdNumbeato 41-3N2at04)548-
1250-0052-0AXX











Year of Issuance. 2orn00
Description o Pbefoperty:
LOT 52 PT OR 1417/506 UGH)-
HOLJE POINTE 2 PB 7/145
Assessed To'
GARNERS PROPERTIES LC








All of he above prope is le
located in Naay you Coare ty rin
the State of Honda
Unless such certificate(s)
st-al be redeemed accotdarg






to lawi the property described
in such certificate or certifi-
cates will be sold to the
High4t 08-2 9-1---2est bidder at the MAIN




ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX.






76347 VETERANS WAYYULEE
FL on the VI28th daye of





























fled said cerIdcatoe(s) ft a fto
September, 2010 between the
hours of11.:X am and 2T00
pm The Ctel~oTCouri' Office






Policy s to hold the sale at



























The00ese0icate r lmber(s) and
year of isuance the r sme el
tion of the property anr the
names) in which it is assezqd



Par2cel N0mber 38-2N-27-
1:300a.m.













JOHN OA CRAW1FORD
NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT

DEPUTY CLERK








































LOFTON RESERVE PB 7/163
I you are a person with ds-
Asbty ewho needs any accom-
modation in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding. you
are entitled, at no cost to you.
to of the p ron of certain aes-
ance Please contact the




upon receiving this notfica-
aron if the time before the
scherl ed appearance is less

or vaic' Irrpared call 711
41 08-2 09-01-08-152010
9173

NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that IHOCRN VI C hehdderof
he fotowng certificate(s) has
tled sad cecrtiicate(s) fr a ta
deed to be issued thereon
Theiertrficote number(s) ard
year of issuance the descrip-
tion of the property and the
names) in whch Rts assessed
are as tolows
file Number 2010-067-TD
Certificate Number 1371
Parcel Number 38-2N-27-
127R-0005-0-O0
Yea o issuarnce 2008
Descrption of Property-
LOT5 NOR 1418/1529
LOFTON RESERVE PB 7/163
Assessed To
L & D LAND INVESTMENTS OF
LORDA IC. L&CD LANN',
VE'ESTMENTS OF FLORA
INC
Al o the above property
located i Nassau County n
the State of ROc-do
11 ea sEcn cert-ficate(s)
Ca be reeweed accorfneg
to aw t-e crotCct described
'r jfi cer'c-cit' oa' cerlts -
aT;es *. n ce sold to the

EPJTAr-CE y THE NASSAU
!.hC'i 9 C.ICIAL ANNEY
752^4 .EAS '..A/YiJiEE

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F3 PROSrATE DIVISION
6;FILE NO 10-CP-161
-o1 e 09 -1a e2oh1 FL 2082
teIec rre (9C. 35-2c3X
Fas (<24) 356-2600
Aticr'sey tor 5e'sonal







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GLENNIS BYRLE WALTON
RADERT S JERl
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The adm ron of the10708








estate of GLENNIS BYRLE WAL-
2s 09-08-15-2010








IN TADLER. deceasedU Fie
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION





NumbFILE NO CP-161.se






in the Circuit Court for Nassau
CoN RE ESTATE OF bate D
GLENNIIS BYRLE WALTON
ADLER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS



The admnstraon of whei
estate of GLENNIS BYRLE WAL-
TON ADLER. deceased Fie
Number 10-CP-161.spenrckg
in the Circut Court for Nassau
County Foridai Probate Drvi-
sion the address of which a
Nassau County Courthouse,
76347 Veterns' Way Suite 456,
Yulee, Florida 32097. The
names and addresses of the
personal representative and
the person representative's
are set forth below
AU. CREDITORS ARE NOTIFIED
THAT:
Al creators of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedents estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served
must file their cdams with this
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE
OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON
THEM.
All other creditors of the
decedent and persons hav-
ing dams or demands agdnst
the decedent's estate must
file their daims with this Court
WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF FIRST PUBUCA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS AND DE-
MANDS NOT SO FILED WILL BE
FOREVER BARRED.
The date of the first Publi-
cation of this Notice s Septerm-
ber 8. 2010.
Attorney for the Persondl
Representative:
KATHRYN KNEE Esquire
Flonda Bar No.: 849571
KATHRYN KNEE. PA.
1027 South 8th Street
Fernandina Beach, Rorida
32034
(904) 491-1781
Personal Representative:
SARAH MEINEKE
2212 McQuiston Drive
Marietta, GA 30064
2t 09-08-15-2010
9228

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that CLARINET I LLC. the hold-
er of the folowi-ig cerficate(s)
has filed sad certificates) for
a tax deed to be issued there-
on The certificate numbers)
and year of issuance, the
description of the property,
and the name(s) in which it is
assessed are as follows,
File Number 2010-066-TD
Certificate Number 2273
Parcel Number: 41-3N-28-
1250-0020-0000
Year of ssuance: 2008
Description of Property-
LOT 20 ESMT PT OR 1258/1035
PT OR 1417/506 LIGHTHOUSE
POINTEPB 6/157
Assessed To:
PARTNERS PROPERTIES LLC
Al of the above property is
located in Nassau County in
the State of Rorida
Unless such certificates)
s-dt be redeemed according
to law the property described
,n such certificate or cerfi-
cc'es 4* be sod to the igh-
est Bidder at the MAIN EN-
TPRANCE OF THE NASSAUJ
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX.
76347 VEERAAIS WAY. YJULE.
-L 0o the 5th dir of Octaoer
20'C be'reen the rcurs of
1' arr. ar d 2 00 prr The
0er -of Cot :I Ofce Pc-ry c
to to- the 'e a' 11I 30 amn
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day of September at 01
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Ciert to the Cticurt Cofer
By as/ Lance Lovea
Deputy Clerk
Ameri t Court Arristratios
Act
I you a a person with a
dsabity *ho needb any oc-
cornraondaon n o decpt ofpa
ticpate n a corl proceed-
ng. yo, are entitled at no cost
to you to the provision of cer-
7an assisfrace spease acon-
tact Co NsAdmortration at
(904) 60-2564 within two (2)
working days of receipt of this
notice, f you are heang or
voice irrmpared cdl 1 -8056-
8771 To Me response please
contact Nassar Caounty Clerk
of Court, 76347 Veteran's Way
Yufee, FL 32097. Tel: (904) 548-
4600 x1569: Fax: (904) 327-
5795.
2t 09-15-22-2010
9246

NOTICE OF APPUCATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that CLARINET I LLC, the hold-
er of the following cerficate(s)
has filed sad certificates) for
a tax deed to be issued there-
on. The certificate numbers)
and year of issuance, the
description of the property.
and the name(s) in which It is
assessed are as follows:
File Number 2010-065-TD
Certificate Number 2164
Parcel Number: 45-2N-28-
550-E0024-0000
Yea of Issuar e: 2008 o
Description of Property:
LOT 24 1998 SW/MH RDMN IN
OR 1180/1764 ESMT IN OR
849/803 SPRING HILL #5 PB
6/85
Assessed To:
KENNETH DTHORNTON,
LEONA R THORNTON
All of the above property is
located in Nassau County in
the State of Florida.
Unless such certificates)
shtdl be redeemed accorckng
to law the property described
in such certificate or certifi-
cates will be sold to the
-Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX.
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE.
FL on the 28th day of Septem-
ber 2010, between the hours
of 11 00 am. ad 200p m The
Clerk of Courts Office Poicy Is
to hold the sae at 11 30 a m
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF
COURT
BY RHODA GOODWIN.
DEPUTY CLERK
f you are a person with ds-
ablity who needs any accom-
modation in order to partia-
pate n this proceeding, you
are entitled at no cost to you.
to the prison of certain ass-
tonce. Please contact the
ADA Coordrnator at (904)548-
4600 press 0 at least 7 days
before your scheduled court
appearance or immediately
upon receiving this notrfica-
tion if the time before the
scheduled appearance a less
tham 7 doay if you ae hearrg
or voice irrpared cal 711
4t 08-25 09-01-08-15-2010
9174

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that PTYMCOJTH PARK TAX SER-
VICES LLC the ho'der of the
fido*'rig certfcate(s) has fled
said certificates) for a tax
deed to be sued thereorx
The certcate rnumber(s) and
yea of asuance the de-scrn-
ton of the property. and t-e
rar-e(s) n which rt is aw.:ed
are as oltors
fte hJmber 2010-68-TD
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NASSA COUNTY FLOID0A
P RALTE OVIDSION
File No I-CP-49
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clr-irrO e dcrrt.t otgastT
r-esi4e' 9I estate or, w roIni a
r'Ay of te rrisc en rero Aret
to tber srved ruAst hre their
SIrrrc. 7' Me ft, cI.r i ATHINt
TrH LAtEr FJ 3 M)fNtTHS AFTER
THE DiAE jF THE FIRST PJBLIU-
rC.AWT4Ai THS PSl`I.E OR 30
.IDA'f AFTER TItE lIME OF Sr E
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WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABONE. ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED
The date of the first publi-
cation of th notice is Septemi-
ber 15. 2010
Attorney for Persond
Representativ-
DOUGLAS A. OBRDORF ER.
FACUIRE
Attorney for BARBARA A.
CLARK
Florda BS FNurrtber 0139092
432 East Monroe Street. 2nd
Floor
Jocksonville. Rorida 32202
Telephone (904) 354-554
Fax (904) 350-9803
E-Mal doug@oberdorfer-
law com
Personal Representative:
BARBARA A CLARK
44282 Lee Drive
Calchlati Florida 32011
2t 0915-22-2010
9244

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR NASSAU DUVAL
COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
FILE NO 45-2010-CP-0171
DIVISION:
IN RE ESTATE OF
MARK BENJAMIN HILL
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The admristrahton of the
estate of MARK BENJAMIN
HILL deceased whose date
of death was Mach 6 2010:
File Number 45-22o0-CPO-071r
s pending n the Circuit Court
for Nassau County Flornda
Probate Divison the address
of which is 76347 Veteran's
War Suite 3061 Yuiee Ronda
3-097 The name of the per-
onal ;epresentarive ad the
names and addresses of the
personal representative s
attorney re set forth below
All creditors of the dece-
dent crnd other persons hsiVng
clams or demands against
decdenkt s estate on whom
a copy of tis nohce is
reqcJured to be served rmat Rle
their claimrns with this court
WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST P,1LICATlLON cZ THIS
NOT7ICEo 30DAvS AFTER THE
DATE OF -ER'ICE OF A COPY
OF THIS C'T'CE (4 THEM
All O!hI Creatcors of the
eo1s.rt rd ethr persons
haCstr clams or demands
HILgL-t decedent s estate
rst Ie ator aromrs ith 6 0s
ccrt ',TH't5 3 MCw THS AlTER
THE DATE OF T!E FIRST PIOU-
CATlt'i OF THiS NO TCE
ALL CLAIMS NIOT FLED
WTlriths ; tE 5E2'C-DS SET
FORTH i SECTIN '33 '02 OF
FlE 1NRuEr 45010CTT CC7E
LIf BE rc'R$t E\P BARRED
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s eor- tahe day after the
date on which the written
notice as deposited in the U.S
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mal), the day the notice Is
emoaed (for those persons
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erral). or the date the notice
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sulbsttid objections mectans
a written statement directed
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sumptive use, and relates to
te rcabeule criteria A time-
ly substantidh objection will
cause the decision on a com-
pliance report for a Standard
General or Sftadard permit to
be considered a de n on a
compliance report for an
Indvldu permit If the District
receives a timely substanti
objection from you then you
will receive written notice of
the District's intended deci-
ionl on the compliance report.
Please note that approvals
of compliance reports for
aritedid pernts wil be ndrcde
either by the District's Execu
tive Director or designee. If you
make a wtten request to the
Diacerrt for ddtionta nformo-
tion regrdng a specific per-
miffed water use. you wil be
provided an opportunity to
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tion Please note that filing a
written obfecon does not en-
wille you to a Chpter 120e Ror-
jda Statutes. administrative
hecmingr
t Notice of intended (pro-
posed) District Decision wil be
provided to persons who have
requested n dvha aotice. A
request for Indvidual notice
of Intended (proposed) District
Decision oae compliance
report must be received by
ethe Dist-ict's Drector of the
ti Don of Regulatorygne If or
nma Ma ngement prior to the
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It 09-15-2010
9266

ST. JOHNS RIVER WATER
MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
GIVES NOTICE OF INTENDED
DISTRICT DECISION
The District gves notice of
Its Intent to approve of appli-
cations) for the following ap-
pIcated s n).
Town of Cdln atr PO Box
5016. Callahan. FL 32011.
application s922 The District
proposes to locate use of
0.42 million gallons per day
(ngd) of garcnater for pub-
lic supply use (household.
commerdd. water UtIty -nac-
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gdlons per day (mgd) mani-
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tection) until 2026 The with-
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water from the Lpper Rondan
Aqi-fer via 2 active wets and
1 proposed well in Nassau
County located in Section: 29
Town-sip: 2 North. Range 25
East, known as Town of
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If you wish to receive a
copy of a Technicd Staff
Report (TSR) tat provides the
District staff's analysis on the
above-lsted 5-yea compli-
ance reports) nd associated
pernmt(s), please submit you
request to. Director of Regula-
tory Informatiton Manage-
ment. PO Box 1429, Pdatka
Florida. 32178-1429. tele no
(386)329-4268 Once a TSR be-
comes oAdobie you rma do
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HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP
Pl atntiff,
vs
MARIA PENA; WLLtAM PENA
,SABNA BERRENA A/K/A SABI-
NA S BERRENA BERRENAc
UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF SABI-
NA BEPRRENA A/K/A SABINA
S. BERRENA; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS NC. acting solely
as nominee for COUNTRY-
WIDE BANK NA NORTH
HAMPTON ASSOCIATION,
INC: JOHN DOE- JANE DOE
MDefendamnts.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Findal Judgment
of Foreclosure dated Septem-
Sber 2, 2010; and entered in
Case No. 45-2009-CA-00007
A~ 0-YX of the7rcuit Cort of
the 4th Judaci Circuit in and
for NAUSA County, Florida.
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING,
SLFKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME
OMLOANS SERVICING, LP is Pniff
and MARIA PENAM WILLIAM
PENA SABINA BERRENA A/K/A
SABINA S. BERRENA BERRE-
NA. UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF
SABINA BERRENA A/K/A SABI-
NA S. BERRENA. MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS. INC. acting solely a
nominee for COUNTRYWID
BANK NAN NORTH HAMPTON
ASSOCIATION, INC.; JOHN
DOE H JANE DOE: ore defen-
d cents I will sell to the highest
and best bidder for cash at
NASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL
ANNEX. MAIN ENTRANCE.
76347 VETERANS WAY ULEE.
IN NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.
32097 at 1:30 am on the 7
day of October2010. ethe fol-
loAwig desrobed property as
set forth in sad Final Judg-
mfre to wit F
LOT 591.NORTH HAMPTON
PHASE FIVE ACCORDING TO
THE PLAT RECORDED IN PAT
BOOK 7 PAGES) 24 THROUGH
27 INCLUSWE, AS RECORDED
N THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
A person cdming an inter-
Bf Ay other thn the property
owner as of the date of the
pesndens must file a calm with
60 days after the sale
Dated this 3 day of
September er 2010.
JOHN AA CORAWTFRD
AsCrk of csad Court
By !sl Amcnda Steern
As Deoscry Ceprk
Ths notice provided punr-
sart to Admlrystratve Order
No 2 wi65

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NASSAulee FL 32097 The names
D o rresntProbate
N RE ESTATE C;
CLAPEIrCE X4HCCHSO
Decyreed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The odcrertors non of tee
claite ol Oaence Jotmnsot
deceased whose date of
death was Mcch 17. 2010
and whose social security
number isxx-xxI-7415 as pend-
ng in the Circut c court for
HassoJ CouFnty FloRda PrUo-
bate Division, the address of
wTch Fs 76347 Veteran s W O
Yulee FL 32097 The names
cnd oddresses of te person-
d representative and the per-
sonal representative's aftor-
ney re set forth below
All creditors o the dece-
dent ed other persons hang
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is requred
to be served must file their
clams with this court WITHIN
THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBU-
CATION 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 end persons hav-
ng cI ms ordemO dsT Faanst
the decedent s estate must
file their claims with this court
WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF
THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
WILL BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE
TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
ABOVE ANY CLAIM FILED TWO
(2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
IS BARRED.'
The date of the first publi-
cation of this notice is
September 15, 2010.
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
George Spencer, Esq.
Attorney for Anthony
Johnson
Florida Bar No. 74423
LAW OFFICES OF GEORGE A.
SPENCER, LLC
3450 Dun Ave Suite 305
Jacksonville, Florida 32218
Telephone: (904) 765-7919
Fax: (904) 765-7921
Person Representative:
Anthony Johnson
827 South 11th Street
Ferancdna Beach. Forida
32034
2t 09-15-22-2010
9248

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 45-2010-CA-342
DIVISION A
CITIZENS STATE BANK a
Georgia Corporation,
Plantiff,
vs.
SKIPPER CUSTOM BUILDERS.
NC.. a Florida Corporatior
DONALD M. SKIPPER. PAMELA
B SKIPPER, and CAPTAINS
POINTE HOMEOWNERS ASSO-
CIATION, NC, a Florida
Corporation.
Defendants.
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that pursuant to a Fina
Judgment Of Foreclosure
entered hereri I wl sell the
property situated in Nassau
County, Rorida described as
ALL THAT CERTAIN PIECE.
PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND
SITUATE. LYING AND BE JG N
THE COUNTY OF NASSAU AND
THE STATE OF FLORIDA BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY DE-
SCRBED AS FOLLCO/S
LOT 6 OF CAPTAINS PCOITE
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PPAT 9rCK 7. PAGE 109 OF THE
P>.UC RECORDS OF NA5SAUJ
COJ TKY FLORIDA
at puc~ic de to the ghest
crn best t-ode feor caseh at
-e 'ro- doco oa tes rtliaj
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.'e'yrs 'acry loe Foida
2T27 oat l 30 arr or s.c-,
e-eCte on *he 12 an o'
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MOUSSE A MASSENGILL et
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NOTICE FACTION
TO
MOUSN A MASSEUI U
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS
23705 ARRIGO BOULEVARD
FERNANDINA BEACH. FL
32034
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
TONY MASENGIL
LAST KNOWN ADDRES5-
23705 ARRIGO BOULEVARD
FERNANN A BEACH. FLN
32034
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN
PARTIES CLAIMING BY,
THROUGH, UNDER. AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS)
WHOARE NOT KNOWN TO BE
DEAD OR ALIVE. WHETHER
SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS
SPOUSE HEIRS, DEVISEES.
GRANTEES, OR OTHER
CLAIMANTS
LAST KNOWN ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
CURRENT ADDRESS:
UNKNOWN
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following prop-
erty in NASSAU County Florida
LOT 46. BEACHWAY AT NAS-
SAU LAKE UNIT 1-A ACCORD-
ING TO PLAT THEREOF AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6.
PAGES 199 AND 200. OF THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA.
has beenfled against you and
you are required to serve a
copy of your written defenses
within 30 days after the first
publication If oy on Forida
Default Low Group ,L PLin-
tiff's atorney,whose address Is
9119 Corporate Lake Drive,
Site 300 Trnpa Florida 33634
ad fie the original with this
Court either before service on
Plaintiff's attorney or Irrmed-
ately thereafter; otherwise a
defaultwillbeentered ogdrat
you for the relief demanded h
the Compldnt or petition.
This notice shall be pub-
Ihed once each week or two
consecutive weeks b the Fern-
andno Beach News Leader.
WITNESS my hand d the
seal o this Court on this 3rd
day of September, 2010.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Court
Bf /s/ Lance Lovel
As Deputy Clerk
Rorida Default Law Grop.
PL
PO. Box 25018
Tarpa Rorida 33622-6018
COUNTRY-SPECFNMA-
F10019181
American with Disabies
Act
If you are a person with a
disoabty who needs any ac-
commrodation in order to par-
tcpae n this proceeds you
ore entitled at no cost to you
to the proon of csrtc ar a-
tace please contact the a-
cut ccurt at (904) 321-6709.
2t 09-15-22-2010
9255

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASEW O.: 45-2009-CA-
000099
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(813) 2514766
WUJLAM ANDREW MALONE
Bar Number 20079
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Amencar with Disatbties
Act
It you aro a person with a
dasablity who needs any
accommodation in order to
parhcpde n Iths pocedng
you are entitled at no cost to
you to the provenon of certain
assstarce please contact the
crcut court at (904) 321-5709
Jomh A Crawford
Clerk of the Court
By /s/ Amanda Steam
As Deputy Clerk
2t 09-15-22-2010
9259

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CML DIVISION
CASE NO.45-2009-CA-
000264-AXXX-YX
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
TRUST COMPANY. AS TRUSTEE
OF THE INDYMAC INDX
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST
2005-AR31, MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTIFICATES,
SERIES 2005-AR31 UNDER THE
POOUNG AND SERVICING
AGREEMENT DATED NOVEM-
BER 1,2005.
Plaintiff,
vs.
GREGORY S. EAVES UN-
KNOWN SPOUSE OF GREGO-
RY S. EAVES; MORTGAGE
ELECTRONIC REGISTRATION
SYSTEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE
FOR MARKET STREET MORT-
GAGE CORPORATION:
AMELIA LANDINGS PROPERTY
OWNERS ASSOCIATION. INC.:
UNKNOWN PERSONS) IN
POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT
PROPERTY:
Defendants.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Find Judgment
of Foreclosure dated Septem-
ber 2. 2010 and entered In
Case No. 45-2009-CA-000254-
AX0-YX of the Orcut Court of
the FOURTH Judd Circuit in
and for NASSAU Conty. Fort-
do wherein DEUTSCHE BANK
NATIONAL TRUST COMR4NYAS
TRUSTEE OF THE INMAC INDX
MORTGAGE LOAN TRUST 2006-
AR31. MORTGAGE PASS-
THROUGH CERTACATES. SERIES
200-AR31 UNDER THE POOL-
ING AND SERVICING AGREE-
MENT DATED NOVEMBER 1.
2005. Is the Pidntlti and GRE-
GORY S. EAVES: UN-KNOWN
SPOUSE OF GREGORY S.
EAVES: MORTGAGE ELEC-
TRONIC REGISTRATION SYS-
TEMS, INC. AS NOMINEE FOR
MARKET STREET MORTGAGE
CORPORATIlON AMEUA LAND-
INGS PROPERTY OWNERS AS-
SOCLATIONR INC UNKNOWN
PERSONS) IN POSSESSSSION OF
THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are
the Defrndayt The Clerk w
se to the highest and best
bidder for cash at NASSAU
JUDICIAL ANNEX MAIN EN-
TRANCE 76347 VETeRAS WAY.
YULEE FL 3207, AT 76347 VET-
EANS WAT YULE IN NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA, at 11:30
am. on the 7 dayof Octobr.
2010. the foong described
property as set forth in said
Fnd Judgmernt
CONDOMINIUM UNIT 9-A
OF AMELIA LANDINGS II. A
BEACH AND RACQJET RESORT
ON AMELIA ISLAND A CON-
DOMIMNUM. ACCORDING TO
THE DECLARATION OF CON-
DOMiANUM RECORDED IN OF-
ROIAL RECORDS BO OK407. AT
PAGE 599 AND ALL FURTHER
AMEfMENTS THERETO OF TiiE
PJBLUC RECORDS OF NASSAUJ
COUJLrT FLORA TOGETHER
.VTH ANUDJOfVDED INTEREST-
ED FI TrIE C-ACe4 ELEIffIS
AS STATED rH SAD DECLARA-
TON OF CAIDOMjNIUM TO
BE A A PPTENANCE TOTHE
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ENTRANCE 7T347 VETERANS
HAYYUL1E0 F 3207 At 76347
VE'CER A S WAY LESE N NAS
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lAT* LYING AND BEIN PSC-
ISSON FIEEN (1 SLJ) TE P-O
PERn' Ter re Delendril Th
C0eti1 s el. to the tIfd a orJ
CE- oosfdj Kin csn rat NAA&
SAlt. JUDICIAL ANNE' MAIN
ENTRANCE 6347 VETERANS
TSAM T (VLEE 3EA07 AlD F47
VELRANE SUB YVIE IN NAS-
SAU COUNT R FLORIat I1 30
sale m on eny 7 o r oth the
2010 rte tfoWoing deiscribd
property as et forth in sadt
of te Us dgPnent
ALL THAI CERTAIN LOT PAR-
CDL OR PIECE O LAND SIU-
ATE LYING AND BEING SEC-
1TON FIFTEEN (15) IOVNSIP
TWO (2) NORTH RANGE TWEN.
TtEIGHT (28) EAST AN) FUiR.
IHER KIO\CN AN) DFSCRED
AS LOT EIGHI (8) OF BELLE
GLADEn SUBDIVISION AS RE-
CORDED IN PLAT BOOK THREE
(3) AT PAGE FIFTY.FIVE (56) OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUIINTY FLORIDA
Any person danmng an
intere in the srplus from the
sale if any other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Us Pet end a s mst fte a
claim within sixty (60) days
after the salde
Dated thi 3 day of Sep-
tember. 2010
Johu A Crawtord
Clerk of te Caourt
By /s/ Amantda Steam
As Deputy Clerk
This notice Is proved pu-
suant to Administrative Order
No. 2 065.
In accordance with the
Americasll 10h Disabl5es Act
i( you a are person wtth is-
abley who needs any accom-
odation in order to partici-
pate in this poceedng. you
re entitled at no cost to you
to provisions of certain sonis-
tance. Please contact the
Court Administrator at 191
Nassau Place. Yuee. F 32097.
Phone No. (904) 321-6700 w-
in 2 working days of your
receipt of this notice or pleod-
ing, it you are hearNng im-
paired call 1-800-95-48771

pared c 1-80-995-877000 (V
(VN FRorida Relay Services).
Kathane & Associates. PA.
8201 Peters Road. Ste. 3000
Plntation FL 33324
Telephone: (954) 382-3486
Telefacsirrmie: (954) 382-6380
2t 09-15-22-2010
9264

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUT IN
AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CIV ACTION
CASE NO.: 46-2010-CA-
000133
DIVISION: A
WEULS FARGO BANK NA.

vs.
YONG C. CHASE. et at
Defendast(s).
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
puruacnt to a Fnd Judgmen
of Mortgage ForecioKur
dated September 07. 2010
and entered in Case No M6-
2009-CA-000133 of the Croit
Court of the FOURTH Jucnd
Circuit in and for NASSAU
County. Rorida wherein WELS
FARGO BAN. NA. I th Pk *
andYONGC. CHAE: THE CO-
TAGESAT STONEY CREBE CCN-
DOMIIUM ASSOCIATION.
INC. TENANT I1 N/K/A JOSH-
UA TANNER. ad TENANT 12
N/K/A NAIALE EARWOO r ae
the Defendah The Clerk we
sel to the ighesf ad best
bidder for cash at NASSAU
JUDICIAL AtrEX 76347 VET-
ERAN'S WAY. YULE. FLCORD
at 11:30AM on the 12 day
October. 2010. the folewtn
decbed property as set forth
nr ad rnd Judgment
UNIT NO 1205. THE COT-
TAGES AT STCNY CREEK CC*-
DOM1NSJM. A CCrOOMMJM
TOGETHER WITH AN UND' /ED
INTEREST rl THE CCsA94/r ELE-
MENTS APCJTENANT THERETO
ACCC DRIN TO tHE DECIA-
PRATIOC OF COrWC*A-I AS
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL RE-
CORDS VOUJME 1518, PAGE
1S34 AS AEf OED )111 OFFCV-L.
RECORD D .-LJAME 1519. FRUE
660 AfD CAFCIAL RECOPOS
VOL Jl/E 1521 F/E 806 AND
rOFRICIALL ECOORDS t*AUI.E
1522 .FAG 72 1 I O4FF:ICIAL
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OUTDOORS


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break'er-, i.r liv, sand il'-a .
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baits 1 ,x t !ll,'lt ,ating' p,,ll-
pa .<, whilhin .;, rflli-lh aild
flound,.d r i riioui -,i'ur fiti,'r-
rmn always hrling alng a
pound ,r tw' oIt r"ih' I,<1lo al
shriimpi, barbing ;ia slt.lid,
shrimponi i th, l,, h,,k and a
livr sand llra 1, 11 I lw b lh, ill
iook f a dlubhl sUr f rig.
in imIany situations whilh'
slrt' fit ling, llw j prld firef-h
shriiii p) irnitsi a 1 I. l
sinll into thr watTr that
attracts shallow-wathr surf
species frini near and far, par-
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ly hr- iralhir ih k s > n r dr f
fr th, liv- Ianrd fl -ath and th,
iargr h,,ook ,r shrimp. A
ihr,-,- inch rlrp I-ai -rr is, usi-d
fr the h o,k-> frirni thl- nti ri
liln, and lpan e I inch,-, in
bi, ,e dripf leadi rs. A six-
iCh drop lhe admer i s u>ed at

w' hire a i.(-IJoUlnd nap i l tied
fr rights A 5tF-poiundl lar-
! l -.1 w i sv l i, ti.d to, thl top lf
th, leader, which attalcht to
the n-main line.
A common mistake Umany
surf fisherinen make is-, init
using enough wright. Sp)-ecial-
ly madi- surf weights are fit-
t-d with wire les that hold
the weight onto the bottomn. If
iyou ar y using pyrarnii ink-
es, clitose a 4-4;ulu one
veiglit.
Anii tr irmistake sonic
s.urf fishlcren nimake is fish-


backcomnstry fishing ybou
nTh'ee to movf around wihen
locating fish. I recommend
fishing in one area of the surf
for 15 minutes and then move
if you are not successful.
Look for run-outs to hold fish,
just like moving tides attract
game fish in the backwater.
These fishy areas of the surf


I I -to t I' Y I,- OSS '-,-, l t IAI
Dr. Sandy'rippets, atbve, enjoys surf fishing for blues during the fall. Surf fishermen
enjoy a morning of surf fishing at the seldom-crowded southern tip of Amelia, below.


OUTDOOR BRIEFS


Bassmastersmeet
Nassau fBassmasters, associated with the
BASS National Federation and the Florida
BASS Federation, nmeis the third Thursday in
Yulee. Membership is open to anyone at least
16 years old. Call Bob Schlag at (912) 7-**'-_'". '


or Billy Kittrell at 225-0267 for more informa-
tion on the Bassmasters.

Redfsh toumey
The Nassau County Sheriff's inaugural
Redfish Fishing Tournament will be held Sept.


___ Join Osprey Village for our

OSPREY VI WELNESCENTER
AT AMEULIA ISLAND PLANTATION V LLL ELE





r nd Opening
S. '




Friday, September 17

4:00pm 6:00pm

.l Celebrate and join us for a
ribbon-cutting ceremony with
the Chamber of Commerce,
followed by a reception witf beer,
wine, a special "Weller Punch";
Prizes, live musical entertainment
and dancing with guest band
Beach Street Boogie!


Please RSVP to Anne or Dani
.t 6at 904-277-8222


The wellness program at Osprey Village at Amelia Island
Plantation is committed to finding ways for its members to
live longer, healthier and happier lives. Through the classes,
exercise, research and education provided by Osprey Village
and its research partner, Wake Forest University, members of
Osprey Village are experiencing increased strength, stamina
and better balance all traits that lead to living a higher
quality of life and maintaining independence. And now,
we are pleased to invite you to join us as we cut the
ribbon on our new Wellness Center. Experience how access
to a comprehensive wellness program can enhance your
independence, personal health and overall quality-of-life.


48 Osprey Village Drive Amelia Island, FL 32034
www.Osprey-Village.com 904-277-8222


25 from 5 a.m. until 7 p.m. at the Dee Dee
Bartels boat ramp pavilion in Fernandina
Beach. Proceeds benefit the Cops and Kids
Program. This is a catch-and-release tourna-
ment with adult and youth divisions. Awards
go to the top three winners in each division for
the slam and biggest fish categories.
For information, contact Douglas Oliver of
the Nassau County Sheriff's Office at 225-5174
Sor Don Whitman at Leaders & Sinkers, 1006 S.
14th St., Fernandina Beach, at 321-28X00.

HuntNassau WMA
If you are looking for a place to hunt this
fall, you still have a chance to get a recreation-
al use permit for the Nassau Wildlife Manage-
ment Area during the upcoming hunting sea-
son. Nassau WMA is 13,996 acres near
Callahan. All users must possess a Nassau
recreational usi permit to hunt on this area.
Nassau WMA is a still-hunt-only area, but
hunters may use bird dogs during the migrato-
ry bird and waterfowl hunting seasons.
"There are only 350 permits issued for this
area, but the good news is there are permits
remaining," said Matthew Chopp, Florida Fish
and Wildlife Conservation Commission public
hunting areas biologist.
For those willing to pay :>385 to hunt the
area, Nassau WMA provides hunting oplportu-
nities (luring eight months of the year:
Archery is from Sept. 25 through Oct. 24; muz-
zleloading gun season runs from Oct. 30
through Nov. 7; general.gun season is from
Nov. 13, 2010, through Jan. 9. 2011: small
game is from Jan. 10 through March 6. 201)1
spring turkey season runs from March 19
through April 24, 2011: and trapping can be
done from Jan. 10 through March 1. 2011.
To apply for a r-creational u.s permit go
to '..:. 0 .corn/License and click on
'Recreational Public Land U-i .'
Recreational use permits are designed to
provide more revenue to landowners in the
WMA system. Money set aside by the I-VC to


compensate those landowners for hunting on
their lands was not sufficient to compete with
private hunting leases.Rather than have
WMAs drop-out of the system, the FWC offers
recreational use permits. Fees collected from
these permits supplement the compensation
for private landowners, keeping their lands
open to public hunting.
Except for hunting, permit holders and
their spouses or dependent children may par-
ticipate in other activities on designated
WMAs. Only permit holders and one depend-
vnt child (under age 16) may hunt. If spouses
or more than on(e dependent child (under age
16) wish to hunt, they must purchase a recre-
ational use permit. Re,(reational use permits
also include a managtementn area permit when
hunting public lands tiot in the recreational
usi program.
Recreational utse i(riits are area-spIecific
an(] do not apply to other recreational use pro-
gram areas. Once prmnits are issued, they can
be renewed annually for two additional years,
essentially making them a three-year permit.
People may submit applications online at
htlps://www2.fl.wildlifelictnse.com/star l.php,
or they can take a completed worksheet to a
tax collector's office or any license agent, and
those venues will submit the application.
Worksheets are available online at \ 1I .
com/iHunting (click on "Limited Entry
Ilunts") and at the I-WVC regional office in
Lake City as well as tax collectors' offices.
Quota hunt permits are not required on
WMAs within the r-ecreational use program,
because: only recreational use permit hold rs
may use th, area.

NSFAmeets
The Nassau Sport Fishing Assox)iation
meets th se--cond Wednesday of each month
at 7:30 pm.- and the fourth W% .lrn. l y at 7
p.m. at the Ten Acres Kraft Athletic Club.
M,mb-rship is open to the public. Call 261-
9 Ix or visit www.fishnsfa.com.


FERNANDINA BEACH
Tides, Sun t& Moon: September 1.
M r 1207* Ho 236, 6 90K- Mosrm
Wed. ,ro 8 393 Sun. 2'r
Sld i"C-rnst l 7 orr 139, & 191 ',
9/15 -ccrn 2 9/19.
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9/18 i-; : S: 6&975S / s
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( )iOn a bhlu is' caught, I will
cut lth' tail off and allow the
blu tI, bhl, 'd. I l'h dark nitat
is also rimolvcd before the
blur is baked in thick oven."
The fisherman's rig is sim-
ilar to the lFih Finder rig,
which begins by ilhr. lin g a
two- to fur-oJunce (egg sinker
onto the terminal fishing line.
Next ta plastic h.bad is thrcad-
cd ontiio tht fishing line and a
f5-pound barric swivel is tide
to the tag rnd of tht fishing
line. A l5-inch, 20}- to :30
pound lIader line is tied to
the remaining side of the bar-
rel swivel and a No. 1/0 kahle
hook is tied to the business
end of the leader.
Florida residents will need
to have a Florida shore fish-
ing license on hand, which is
free. Non-Florida residents 16
and older will need to pur-
chase a saltwater shore fish-
ing license.


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Talk Like a
Pirate Day'
Council on Aging client
Florence Perles is dressed
and ready for Talk like a
'"",te Day, scheduled for
at the Council on
f Nassiu's two sen-
S ior centers. Volunteers and
employees have turned
into seamstresses as they
work together to make cos-
tumes flowing skirts for
the ladies and swashbuck-
ling attire for the gents -
while they all immerse
themselves in'language
skills, learning the jargon
and lingo of Pirate Talk
101. For details, see story,
photo page 4C.
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Supply drive a success
The 10th annual (( )KID) school supply drive was successful, thanks in large part
to the hard work of the Nas.su County Volunteer Center's Corporate Volunteer
Council. Some of its mnemnlrs include, from left, Jonathan I evitt (First National
Bank). Pain Austin (First Federal Kank), Carol Cason (First National Bank), Kim
Harding (Prosperity Kank). Kiri )O'Brien (First Coast Community Bank), (ail Shults
(Nassau County volunteerr Center). Tricia Harrell (Rayonier), Tom Keenan (Smurfit-
Stone), and Shannon Brown (~yStar Credit I'nion).



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The Fernandina l Beacha
Rotar ('Clu recently\ \ '-
comed Florida State Rep.
and fell' k Rotarian Jancit
.Adkins, who t gaVO e an
uix ate onl the past 'le'ila-
ti\e session a's wAtll a. hlid
lighting the inim rt.int
issue.t s ,< lj it, ,, %%ill fat4, "
in the corning lear. .dkin! 1
touched lon the s.ltte 's
budget. the inlpact if hi ghl
unemploixnent in llorida
alnd the fioreclhisurt cri ( -i.
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on 11 rinda IDepartinltl fi
Tnrn,~i srtatio n plain, i
resurface .l.1 aind di'-
cu'sed omllc f tli~ hill,
that sheet lpearheaded (ld unn4
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and connstitutiOnal imendmlntsl \)thrs \will se ill the ulcmining el cti on t%. h- in
November. .tAdkin is pictured "ith iF trnandina lhcvah Rlitarx ( Club Preidcnt frip
Clark.
The Fernandina IBeich R,)tar ('tlub meets ver.\ \\edne-dai\ from 12:L30-l: i(
p.m. at the D)a\s Inn. 270(7 Sadler Road. -For information xisit ww-v.fernindin-
abeachrotaryclub. org.


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On Sept. 6 Osprey Village retirement
community hosted a flag dedication cere-
mony in the garden, above, honoring the
community's veterans and including a
brief speech from Osprey Village member
Jane Brooks who donated the flag and a
commemorative plaque on behalf of her
late husband, Cecil Brooks, inset.
Osprey Village team member Jackie
Shepherd sang "The Star Spangled
Banner" and "God Bless America."
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Kiwanis
presentation
The Kiwanis Club of
Fernandina Beach
recentiece iv'ed an
informative pr-se-nta-
tion from newly elected
Fernandina B*-ach
Commission-r Arlene
Filkoff. who dis-uss,-d
her bu-iness back-
approat h to her new
It[.ition as a commis-
sioner. Left are
Kiwanis President Jeff
Shipman, Filkoff and
Kiwnanian St-e iHeller.
The Kiwanis Club
meets Mondays at
6:30) p.m. at the
municipal golf course
dlubhous-. Call Mike
Pallen at 277-4-98 for
information.


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located aet 79 S. Eighth St.
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more iny for off-site adoption prn.
Helpwanted
Due to staffing reductions,
Nassau County Animal
Services is in desperate need
of kind hearts and caring
hands at the shelter and espe-
cially for off-site adoption pro-
grams. Some of the upcoming
events include:
A Picnic-Adoption Event
at Bug-Out in Yulee on Oct. 16
from 1-3:30 p.m.
Adoptions at Project
Chance's Bark. Boogie, BBQ
on Oct. 23 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
at Kraft Athletic Club
In addition, Nassau County
Animal Services plans to par-
ticipate in the Veterans' Day
Parade and needs help mak-
ing the float and people to
walk. And the agency always
needs volunteers for adop-
tions at Petco in Yulee on
Saturday and Sundays.
To learn more, call Carol at
491-7440 or stop by the shel-
ter Tuesdays through
Saturday, 86078 license
Road, next to the Tax
Collector's Office off AlA in
Yule.
RAIN raffle
RAIN is raffling offa
Florida/Georgia weekend to
help raise funds for the ani-
mals. The weekend includes a
two-night stay at Amelia
Island Plantation (Friday and
Saturday). a gift certificate for
dinner at Baxter's Steak
House. and two tickets to the
Florida/Georgia football
game on Oct. 30.
Ratile tickets are a $1
donation and the winning tick-
et will be drawn Oct 27.
tPurchase. tickets at the
Fernandina Ikach Animal
Clinic. Bst Friends Card and
;iftt. Amelia Island Reality and
uny of RAIN's upcoming
garage sales or the RAIN


booth at the Northeast Florida
Fair Oct. 14-24 at the Nassau
County Fairgrounds.

Halloween at
Thrft Stoe
Cats Angels' Thrift Store,
709 S. Eighth St.. is Halloween
central for decoration, gift,
party and costume needs at
low prices. The Thrift Store is
located at 709 S. Eighth St-
and is open Monday through
Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
All sales benefits the Spay and
Neuter Program.
Cats Angels is a non-profit,
501c3 organization.


BOOK SALE FUN


Sandra Terry cherishes a find at the Nassau Humane Society annual Paw Prints
Book and Plant Sale last month at the Fernandina Beach Airport hangar, above.
Below right, Sean McGill is greeted by two enthusiastic puppies. Below left, a
young reader shows off her find, Sleeping Beauty.
The Nassau Humane Society will host the 5th Annual Pasta For Paws Spaghetti
Dinner, with huge silent auction and live entertainment, at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center Oct. 2 from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Tickets are $ 12. For tickets and
information contact the Humane Society Dog Park at 491-1511.
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Seniors, olderpets a good match


Every day I have the
opportunity to see
the benefits of pet
ownership for sen-
ior citizens. We all love uur'
pets, but for seniors the
relationship often gives
additional companionship
and purpose in life.
Research shows that seniors
who have pets have better
mental and physical health,
are typically more active
and handle stress better.
More specifically, pet own-
ership has proven to lower
blood pressure and mortali-
ty rate.
The key to this symbiotic
relationship though lies in
the choice of pet. It is safe to
bet that an adult cat is an
excellent choice for a senior
citizen. Cats tend to be
lower maintenance than
dogs and require a smaller
financial commitment, a
concern for many seniors in
our current economic cli-
mate. They provide compan-
ionship and stimulation. A
kitten may also be a good
choice, but one must
remember how playful kit-
tens are (especially at
night!) and that they have
sharp teeth and claws. An
owner who spends time
playing with a kitten will
probably make out just fine.
However; there is anoth-
er point to consider when
thinking of getting a pet.
Older pet owners must face
the possibility that they may
not always be able to care
for their pet. Choosing a
young animal that may live
16 to 20 years increa-.es that
possibility. Too many pets
end up in shelters for this
reason and their chance-s of
adoption are s-mall.
So seniors considering
adoption should develop a
plan for what will happen if
they are no longer able to
care for their pet.


Truthfully,
this is a
good idea
for every
PET pet owner.
The age
of the pet
becomes
even more
of a factor
T E when
HAPPY adopting a
PET dog. Here
are a few
hypotheti-
Laurie cal situa-
Buckley tions.
Senior citi-
zen number one is a single
woman in her 70's. She
adopts a four-year-old, medi-
um sized dog from the shel-
ter. 'liey get along famously
from day one. They take
short walks around the
neighborhood, nap in the
afternoon and live a life per-
fectly suited to their ages.
The second example is a
senior couple. They pur-
chase a small breed puppy.
However, their last dog lived
to be 16 and they forgot
what it's like to have a
puppy. The housebreaking,
the leash training, the
teething! With those sharp
puppy teeth, these folks are
beginning to look like they
live with a piranha. One
spouse realizes they may
have made a serious mis-
take. The other is madly in
love with this pup. They
make it through the first 18
months but not before this
puppy comes close to end-
ing a 57-year marriage.
The third scenario is the
single, elderly man who pur-
chase- a large breed puppy,
let's say a Labrador
Retriever He buys this
breed because he has
always raised these dogs
and that's what his last dog
was. Again. he forgets that
his la-t dog was 1,. He is


astounded by the energy
this puppy has. And he's so
strong! He has already
knocked this gentleman
over twice. He.struggles on
for about 6 months, until it
becomes obvious that the
dog is too much for him and
he brings him to the shelter.
It's terribly disappointing to
him and he may chose not
to have a pet at all, thereby
missing out on all the bene-
fits. And it's a terrible blow
to the dog, who ends up in a
shelter with virtually no
training for the first six
months of his life, thereby
decreasing his chances of
adoption.
It may be hard for sen-
iors to admit that they have
more limitations than 20
years ago, but reality will
come become obvious when
Rover the Monster Dog is
racing around their house.
SThe solution is obvious.
Senior citizen humans
adopting senior citizen pets.
Some communities even
have programs that match
senior citizens with older
shelter pets that might oth-
erwise be euthanized. And
that leads me to my final
point, which is that the local
animal shelter is always the
best place for anyone to get
a pet. Seniors can experi-
ence all the benefits of pet
ownership, plus the wonder-
ful feeling of knowing that
they have saved a life.
Laurie Buckley is the
owner/operator of A Passion
4 Pooches Pet Spa, 1881
South 14th St, Suite 3. The
spa offers grooming, massage
and training. She resides in
Fcrnandina Beach with 12-
year-old Border Collie mix,
Mac, arid 2-year-old Shih
Tzu Trixie. E-mail her your
questions on basic pet care,
training and behavior chal-
lenges or call 491-1767.
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Yulee. 491-7440, open
Tuesday through Friday. 11


a-m. to 4 pm : Saturdays 11
a.m. to 4 p m and closed
Sunday and Mondays.


Say hello to Peter, a
spunky brown tabby kitten
who is full of love and kisses
for you. Peter is one of many
kittens at the Cats Angels
Adoption Center who are
waiting for their forever
homes. All of the kittens avail-
able for adoption have been
spayed or neutered and are
current on all vaccinations.
The Cats Angels Adoption
Center is open Monday
through Saturday from 11
a.m.-5 p.m.
Cats Angels will be at
PETCO in Yulee this
Saturday, Sept. 18, with many
kittens and cats just waiting
to meet you. A special adop-
tion fee will be offered to resi-
dents of Courtney Isles. You


can also visit the adoption
page on our website, www. cil-
sangels.com, to see inort ol
our cats.
If you have cats in your
care that need to be spityed or
neutered, please contact (Cats
Angels at 321-2267 for in for-
mation on these lower cost
services.


NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY


Petey is a sweet, smart lit-
tle guy who would make a
great family dog! He's-house-,
broken, energetic, affection-
ate and polite. He knows com-
mands and loves to go for
walks and chase tennis balls -
he goes bounding after them,
then brings them back to you!
Petey is a Jack Russell/rat ter-
rier mix, 18-24 months old.
He's not a noisy fellow, but he
does make a cute little
"squeaky" sound when he's
excited! You'll get excited
when you meet Petey if you're
looking for a loving friend
who's equally happy in your
home, yard or lap. Check out
Petey's video at our website,
NassauHumaneSociety.com -
click on "Adoption Spotlight"
to see 2-minute videos of
Petey and our other wonder-
ful, adoptable dogs.
Gretchin is a very special
kitty who needs a lot of love
right now. She lost her six kit-
tens not too long ago, and
she's been feeling sad.
Gretchin is a beautiful girl, a


Siamese mix with soulful blue
eyes. She's about 3 years old
and has.been spayed, and .
she's ready for adoption.
Here's a chance to make a
world of difference for a
sweet, loving cat by giving
her a new home and a new
life. Please come see our
sweet Gretchin at the Nassau
Humane Society, 671 Airport
Road, across from the
Fernandina Beach Airport, or
call 321-1647.
We hope you'll join us at
our fifth annual Pasta For
Paws Spaghetti Dinner,
Saturday, Oct. 2 from 4:30 to
7:30 p.m. at the Atlantic
Recreation Center.'llere will
be a huge silent auction aA
well as live music from
Frankie's Jazz Jam and
great food! Tickets are now
available at the Nassau
Humane Society Dog Park,
Redbones Dog Bakery and
First Federal Bank of Florida
on Sadler Road. For more
information call 491-1511. It'll
be a foot-stomping good time!


STARS


Swoozie, a sweet, female,
1- to 2-year-old, 11-pound
Pomeranian/Chihuahua mix
loves to play with other dogs
or just her toys. She would be
good with other dogs or an
only dog.
Save the Animals Rescue
Society does not run a shelter.
Animals are fostered by
STARS members until a suit-
able and caring home is
found. STARS needs new fos-
ter homes in order to rescue
more animals and increase
adoptions.
If you are interested in
adopting a STARS dog, please
visit our website at www.star-
sofamelia.org and fill out an


adoption application. Thank
you.


Team Broward visits
Lacey Freeman, rescue/foster supervisor, and Dr.
Julie, one of the four on-staff veterinarians from
Broward County Humane Society, loaded up 33 pets
from RAIN and Nassau County Animal Services on
Thursday, Sept. 2 bound for south Florida. The pets
were scheduled to be sterilized and ready for adoption
by Friday, and most were anticipated to be in new homes
by the weekend. Team Broward enjoyed a visit to the
area shelters which included RAIN, where Broward gen-
erously donated a pallet of food and 450 vaccines for
future candidates for transports from local shelters to
facilities where they have a better chance at adoption.
Next stop was Nassau County Animal Services, and then
the Nassau Humane Society. Team Broward also is in
the process of helping RAIN start an animal hotline for
the residents of Nassau County, which RAIN is hoping to
have in effect by January.


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PEOPLE &PLACES


SPECI [LEXTS

FLTplay
Ferrarncna Liie Theatre
presents a staged readrg &
J M Barne's core y Tre
Adrrrable Crrtont- hLs
humorous lrio at! roe rever-
sals of servant's and roasters
whet a
wealthy
fIamil LS
stranded
on an
un shab-
iled '-
island The cast includes Ls
Ryan. A Ryan. Tcia NichtoA
Jack Mul!igan. Ed Moorer
Linda Janca. Karen Harper,
Stephen France Chris Carlee
and Arva Butler. the produc-
ton Lis directed by Kate Hart
Performances are Sept
16, 17 and 18 at 7.30 p m
Tickets are $9-S10 and avaid-
able at The UPS Store in the
Publx shopping center. FLT,
1014 Beech St., downtown
Femandina Beach, is a small,
intimate theater, and patrons
are advised to purchase tick-
ets in advance. Email ameli-
aftt org or fltpay@peoplepc.
corn for information

POW-MIA
remembrane
Sept 17 has been desig-
nated National POW-MIA
Remembrance Day. Join
Femandina Beach's Theodore
H Hernandez, American
Legion Post 54 for a POW-
MIA Reinembrance
Ceremony This short, solemn
ceremony will be held at the
American Legion Hall, 626 S.
Third St., Femandina Beach,
beginning promptly at 6 p m.
The public is invited to attend.
For information call 261-7900.
War remembered
Fort Clinch State Park will
host a weekend event Sept.
18-19 to commemorate the
part that Fort Clinch played in
the Spanish-American War.
The fort will be filled with uni-
formed interpreters and partic-
ipants will also be able to
enjoy exhibits of the arma-
ment and period military
equipment.
The event will take place
Sept. 18 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
and Sept. 19 from 9 a.m.-T
p.m. at the fort, 2601 Atlantic
Ave., Femandina Beach. For
information, contact the park
at 277-7274 or visit
www. FloridaStateParks.org.
Rberartshow
A "Fiber Art Celebration" by
local artist Billie McCray in
honor of MaVaynee Betsch
"The Beach Lady" and the
75th Anniversary of American
Beach will be held Sept. 25
from 5-8 .---
p.m. at
the
American
Beach
Commu-
nity
Center, 1600 Julia St.
McCray makes dolls, purs-
es, wall hangings, baskets,
birds, pincushions, sewing
kits, bears and some fumiture
pieces.
McCray has shown at
NASA, the Ritz LaVilla
Theatre Museum, Haskell
Gallery at Jacksonville
International Airport, Jackson-
ville Women's Center, craft
shows, the Riverside Fine Art
Series, MOCA and The
Cummer Museum.
Call (904) 945-2572 or
email nashvillebil IQ@att.net.
For community center infor-
mation call Eve Jones at (904)
514-3924.
NCCDC banquet
The Nassau County
Community Development
Corporation (NCCDC) will
host its regular Annual Peck-
Community Banquet at 6 p.m.
Nov. 7 at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center in
Femandina Beach.
The keynote speaker will
be Spencer Lodree, assistant
principal. Femandina Beach
High School Proceeds from
the banquet benefit the
NCCDC scholarship fund and
other organization sponsored
programs. Make reservations
by calling 261- 4113, 261-
3845 or 261-4396 The dona-
tion is $40
THIS WEEK


Reunon cuise
The Femandina Beach
High School Class of 1981 is
planning a 30th reunion cruise
to the Bahamas on Memonal
Day weekend. May 27-30.
2011. The Royal Caribbean
Monarch of the Seas will
depart Port Canaveral, with
stops in Nassau and Cocoa
Cay. Cost is S339-$449 per
person, double occupancy.


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The Coa.,ion fc c-, e
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Yulee The Yulee Interfann
Dinner Network serves rea.s
to the homeless and others in
need every Thursday from 5-7
p m at the old Yulee MPddle
School. corner of US 17 and
Pages Dairy Road For more
information call 277-3950
Season ucets
Season tickets are now
available for the Amelia
Community Theatre's 30th
season, 2010-11, with an
exciting lineup of entertain-
ment including classic drama,
comedy, mystery and a sensa-
tional musical. Come see "Our
Town," "Red Herring,"
"Cabaret," "Morning's At
Seven," "The Diary of Anne
Frank" and "The Cocktail
Hour"
Season ticket packages
range from $85 to $100. For
more information and pur-
chasing tickets, call Amelia
Community Theatre at 261-
6749.
Re-vval
The Greater Femandina
Beach Church of God, 305 S.
Fourth St., will be in revival
today through Sept. 17 at 7:30
p.m. nightly, ending on Sept.
19 5:30 p.m. All are invited to
come and share in these serv-
ices.

Men's Newcomers
The Men's Newcomers
Club of Amelia Island lunch-
eon meeting will be held Sept.
16 at the Femandina Beach
Golf Club at 11:30 a.m.
Speaker Steve Rieck, execu-
tive director, Nassau County
Economic Development
Board, will present the eco-
nomic outlook for Nassau
County and address the
Business Development and
Business Retertibri'Ofograms.'
Tickets aYe $1' at the door.
For information visit www.men
snewcomersclub.org.
Rotaryvlsit
Rotary District Govemor
Cynde Covington will address
the Rotary Club of Amelia
Island Sunrise on Sept. 17 at
the Femandina Beach Golf
Club at 7:30 a.m. Guests are
welcome to attend.
Covington is one of 531
Rotarians worldwide serving
as a district governor this
Rotary year (July 2010 to
June 2011). She will be
responsible for organizing new
Rotary clubs and strengthen-
ing existing ones. As governor,
she will oversee the 62 clubs
in the Northeast Florida area
representing District 6970.
For information about this
local Rotary club, go to
www.ameliaislandrotary.com.
To reserve your spot for the
breakfast meeting, contact
President Art Shuster at 557-
8205 or program chair Ann
Hays at 468-0081.
Third Friday
The Amelia Island Museum
of History, in partnership with
the Florida Public Archeology
Network, invites the public to
the next 3rd Friday on 3rd
Street presentation Sept. 17 at
7p m.
This mbnth, the museum
welcomes Dr. Rebecca
Saunders, presenting
"Indians, Europeans, and
Amelia Island: Archaeology of
the battle for the New World."
Saunders is an associate pro-
fessor in geography and
anthropology and curator of
anthropology at the Natural
Science Museum at Louisiana
State University.
Locally, she was the site
supervisor for the Dorion Dig.
which took place on the south
end of Amelia Island between
1985 and 1990.
This program is free and
open to the public. Contact
Alex at 261-7378, ext. 102.
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Department will hold a
Community Improv Night
Sept 17 from 6:30-8:30 p m
n the band room located off
the front dnveway of the high
school, next to the gym.
The students have been
practcng their improvisational
skills and have new games to
perform and are eager to
present their craft to the com-
munity. Everyone is welcome.
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Malm at (912) 656-5540 or
mailing laure@popsbind-
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Uniform sale
Baptist Medical Center
Nassau's Auxiliary will host a
First Uniform Sale in the hos-
pital's main conference room
from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Sept. 17.
The public is invited and wel-
come. Credit cards, cash and
payroll deductions accepted.
For information call the auxil-
iary office at 321-3818.
FLTaudiuons
Fernandina Little Theatre
will hold open auditions for
"Don't Dress for Dinner" by
Marc Camoletti, Sept. 18 at
1:15 p.m. and Sept. 23 at 7:15
p.m., 1014 Beech St.,
Fernandina Beach.
Bernard is planning a
weekend with his chic
Parisian mistress in a French
farmhouse. He has arranged
for a Cordon Bleu cook to pre-
pare gourmet delights, is
packing his wife Jacqueline
off to her mother's, and has
even invited his best friend to
provide the alibi. It's foolproof;
what could possibly go
wrong? Suppose Robert turns
up not knowing why he has
been invited? Suppose
Robert and Jacqueline are
secret lovers? What happens
if the cook is mistaken for the
mistress and the mistress is
unable to cook? An evening of
hilarious confusion ensues.
Needed are three men and
three women ages 17-plus,
no stage experience required.
Rehearsals are 1-2 week-
nights and on Saturdays.
Director is Amelia Hart.
Also needed are: set con-
struction/assistant director/
costume coordinator/lights
crew/rehearsal assistant/
props coordinator. For infor-
mation contact fltbiz@peo-
plepc.com.
Pancake breakfast
Troop 152 of Yulee will
host a pancake breakfast at
Applebee's on Sadler Road
on Sept. 18 from 8-10 a.m.
Breakfast will include pan-
cakes, sausage or bacon and
eggs with juice or coffee. Cost
is $6 per person. To purchase
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Pnpeu Side eve
The community is invied
to join the fight against pan-
creatic cancer during
PurpleStnde Jacksonville on
Sept. 18 beginning at 75 N.
1st St. in Jacksonville Beach.
Registration opens at 8 a.m.
Join in a four-mile competitive
run and a one-mile fun run
festival with entertainment
and more. Register online at
www.purplestride. org. Visit
www.pancan.org, e-mail
egregg@pancanvolunteer.org
or call (904) 256-7136.
Carwash
The Femandina Beach
Middle School Band will holds
its annual free car wash on
Sept. 18 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. in
the Kmart parking lot in
Femandina Beach. See a
band member for tickets or
show up on the day of the car
wash. Donations appreciated.
NEXT WEEK

Rehearsals begin
Pam Helton, music minis-
ter at Amelia Baptist Church,
announces the start of rehear-
sals for the 13th annual pres-
entation of An Evening in
December.
The performances this
year will be Friday, Dec. 10
and Sunday, Dec. 12 at 7 p.m.
Rehearsals will be from 5-6
p.m. at Amelia Baptist Church
starting Sunday, Sept. 19.
Singers from throughout
the area are'encouraged to
come on Sept. 19 to review
the music and to find out more
about the program. Contact
Helton at 261-9527 or Allen
Lennon at 261-8799. Amelia
Baptist Church is located at
961167 Buccaneer Trail at
South Fletcher Avenue and
First Coast Highway.
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affairs and education for Euro-
Pharma and her research on
botancals has been present-
ed at the Amencan College of
Obstetncs and Gynecology
and the North Amencan
Menopause Society. Her arti-
cles have been published in
diverse joumals. To learn
more and reserve your spot
call 277-3158
Green building
Join the US. Green
Building Council North Florida
Chapter Nassau County
Committee at 6 p.m. Sept. 20
in the Peck Center reception
room as Carmel Mayo, sus-
tainable green product spe-
cialist and president/CEO of
Green Plan America and ER
Green Building Solutions, and
David Vaughan, green insula-
tion developer/chemist, pres-
ent Sustainable Building
Materials for Residential and
Commercial Use and provide
a variety actual building prod-
ucts for viewing. Register
online at www.usgbcnf.org.
Retired educators
The Nassau County
Retired Educators Association
will hold its Annual Breakfast
Meeting Sept. 21 beginning at
9:30 a.m. at Shoney's on
Sadler Road in Femandina
Beach. This is the first general
meeting of the 2010-11 school
year. All members, prospec-
tive members and the new
Nassau County retirees are
invited. The buffet breakfast
will be available as well as
ordering from the menu. For
information, contact Steph-
anie Manwell, president,
NCREA, at 310-6010 or steph
anie.manwell@comcast.net.

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1. guard in
basketball
6. Hula dancer's
flowers
9. 'Part of tree that
does not shed in
autumn
13. Fervor
14. To have exclu-
sive rights river
something
15. of
Pergamon,
ancient Greek
anatomist
16. Ragout of game
in a nch sauce
17. Ann Patchetts
novel'
Canto-
18 Treeless plain
19. 'They fall and
blow all over
21. 'Autumnal
equanizng event
23. As opposed to
bnght
24. Small lades'
handbag
25. Needeftsh
28. Cain's victim
30. 'Fluffy sweater
materna!
35. S-shaped mod-
ing
37. The windows to
the soul?
39 Darne named
after horse's gal-
lop
40. Major or
rMinor
41 Drrty
Medvedev's
retreat. e.g
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44 Arm again


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Mo,-e Sc,,x. Art class to'
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Geneaogy meeting
The Ame;ia island
Gerealoogca Society will
meet Sept 21 at 7 p m at:he
Fernandina Beach Police
Station Community room on
Lme Street The public is
invited The topic will be
'Navigatlrg the Nationai
Archives Websie" with speak-
er Karen Rhodes who will
focus on getting around the
highly complex site without
getting lost, and leaving trail
markers to get around n a
productive manner. Rhodes is
the author Non Federal
Censuses of Flonda 1784-
1945 A Guide to Sources
NACDACmeets
Members of the communi-
ty interested in the prevention
and elimination of underage
drinking and other drug use
within Nassau County are
invited to attend this month's
Nassau Alcohol, Crime and
Drug Abatement Coalition
(NACDAC) meeting on Sept
21 at 4 p.m.
NACDAC meets the third
Tuesday of every month at 4
p m at the County Building at
86026 Pages Dairy Road,
Yulee. For information, visit
www.nacdac.org or call Susan
Woodford at 261-5714, ext.
2616.
Balroomdancing
Ballroom Youth Academy
has started its free ballroom
dance classes for grades one
through 12 and meets every
Thursday from 3-3:30 p.m.
until Christmas break at the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation
Center auditorium.
Registration fee is $10 and
the classes are free. For infor-
mation call Felix Solis at (904)
707-6762.
The Ballroom Youth
Academy will host a back to
school ballroom dance party
on Sept. 24 from 7-10 p.m. at
the Peck Center auditorium.
Enjoy a complimentary group
class from 7-7:45 p.m., then
dance from 7:45-10 p.m. Call
Solis for more information at
(904) 707-6762.


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47. "Midnight in the
Garden of Good
and "
48. Skin flap under
the jaw
50. -To Autumn" in
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site west south-
west
53. Bum to charcoal
55. Formerly
National Cash
Register
57. 'Popular object
this time of year
61. Stck firmly
64 Catholic pnest's
hood
65. Before tac and
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practiced in West
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71. Like one with
high BMI
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shots
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Kentucky fort
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20. Implant
22. In so far as
24. Any voting citi-
zen
25. 'Popular deco-
ration
26. Be in accord
27. Redo, especially
to a carpenter
29. Young hawk
31. 'Strong wind
32. 'Harvested now
to be pressed
into oil
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34. 'Fall's most
popular frurt
36 Grey tea
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Greek alphabet
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Chnstmas
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faiies
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.Mia C(arnachhF-Htz(gerald of Clean Ridge Siop
LCmpany hia joined the Fernandina Farmert, Market
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Farmers Market
Mi;a Carna, h,,-I' z;-rald
of C (-an Ridge: Soap
CoIpii;a', ha, joined the-
I ernandi:na Farmer-, Market
aS a riww vendor and 'ill be
at the- market the third
Saturday of each month
be-ginning Sept. 18.
Carracho-Fitzgerald has
bee-n making her own soap
u-sing only natural ingredi-
ent-s since 1998 and b-gan
Cl-an Ridge in 2( 4. She
currently offers bar soaps,
liquid -,oap^, lip balms, and
lotions all made by hand
with all-natural ingredients
including avocado butter,
jojoba and olive oils along
with o- ential oils of gerani-
unll, lavender., l-mon, lime,
peppirniinl and rosemary as
well as ground vanilla beans,
almonds, oats, annotto
-wedts, ultramarine oxides
and parsley for colorants.
"lheUre is no animal testing.
Alo at the market Satur-
day will be- Joy of Garlic with
their garlic spreads. pasta
saiucesl, and salad dressings
as well as Annie Clyde's
gourmet pound cakes. To
sign up for the E-Mail
Newsletter, go to www.fer-
nandinafarmersmarket.com.
The market, open every
Saturday from 9 a.m.-I p.m.
at Seventh and Centre
streets, features farm-fresh
produce as well as a variety
of organic products and spe-
cialty f(xods, tropical plants
and landscaping plants. Call
491-4872 or visit www.fernan-
dinafarniersmarket.com.
Visit www.ameliagarden.com
for information about the
March 5 and 6 Amelia Island
Garden Show.
Fallouting
Join Nassau County
Sierra the weekend of Sept.
17-19 for an overnight fall
outing. Canoe/kayak the
Suwannee River, attend a
concert at the historic 'el-
ford Hotel in White Springs
and the next dlay have a wine
tasting at an organic vine-
yard that grows muscadine
grapes in Monticello.
The group will leave
Fernandina on Sept. 17, with
the canoe/kayak outing
Sept. 18. Bring your own
boats or rent from a local
outfitter for $50. Saturday
evening enjoy dinner at the
Telford Hotel in White
Springs, followed by the
White Springs Folk Club
Concert at 7:30 p.m. featur-
ing Iarry Magnum and his
songwriter's circle. Sunday
morning visit the Monticello
Vineyards and Winery
Vineyards.
If you have your own tent
and bring your own kayak/
canoe the weekend is $75.
You are responsible for your
own transportation. limited
to 15 participants over the
age of 12. To reserve your
spot. callJulie Ferreira and
leave a message at 5,134388.
A1Adeanup
Wild Amelia Nature
Festival is sponsoring anoth-
er AIA highway cleanup
Sept 18 at 8 a.m. Anyone
interested in participating
please e-mail
xpam@alabeachrentals.nmt.
Meet at Peters Point parking
lot; gloves, trash bags and
safety equipment will be sup-
plied Come on out for a
morning hike.
Plant clinic
I-ck'y Jordi. Nassau
County Horticulture
Extension agent, will con-
duct a Plant Clinic from 10
a :n -2 p m. Sept. 20 at the
Yulev Extens-ion Office (AlA
and Page.-s Dairy Road) All
county residents arc invited
to br inrg plant ,impi-es show-
ing problems in their land-
sclapc. Problems will be
identified and solutions
offered for correction. There
is no ie fior this service. For
information call 491-7340.
Coastal Cleanup
Keep Nassau Beautiful.
Inc. in partnership with The


()ean Con, s-r vanlcy
a.'lounc. -, 'hat thhe 201
In't-rnational Co,atal
Cleanup is Sept. 25 at 9 a.m.
The International Coastal
Cleanup is the large-t, one-
day volunteer effort in the
world, organized to clean up
the marine environment.
Keep Nassau Beautiful, Inc.
is recruiting all volunteers to
make this another ,uccesful
cleanup event. Those with
boats can make an especially
strong impact along the
river.
Main Beach, Fort Clinch,
I'(eters Point, and now Scott's
landing, will be the registra-
tion locations for those who
wish to help clean up the
waterways of Nassau
County. Individuals who
want to assist, but can't make
it to the volunteer sites, are
encouraged to collect trash
wherever they can.
For more information,
contact 'Todd Duncan iat
Keep Nassau Beautiful, 261-
0165 or 1-800-977-0162.
Natualst program
The University of Florida
Institute of Food and
Agricultural Sciences Florida
Master Naturalist Program
Coastal Systems Module
sponsored by the Nassau
County Extension will be
offered Monday and
Wednesday evenings begin-
ning Oct. 18 through Nov. 6.
The registration deadline is
Oct. 1.
These will be night class-
es with three Saturday field
trips. Classroom sessions
will be held at the Nassau
County Extension Office in
Yulee. This program is for
adults who want to learn
more about Florida's envi-
ronment. Individuals as well
as educators and those in the
eco-tourism business can
benefit. Teachers may
receive up to 40 hours of
continuing education credits.
Topics include: ecosys-
tems (marine, estuarine,
uplands), key plants and
wildlife, and the role of
humans in shaping the envi-
ronment. Each module
includes classroom presenta-
tions, videos, field trips, and
practical interpretation.
Advance registration is
required. Course fee is $225.
Student requirements
include attendance, partici-
pation, and enthusiasm! For
registration and program
information visit wwwmas-
ternaturalist.org. For further
questions contact Steve Gaul
at (904) 879-1019 or
sgaul@ufl.edu.
Blrdingtrlp
The Nassau County Bird
Club will join a Duval
Audubon Society Field Trip
led by Andrew Thornton and
laura Johannsen on Oct. 2 at
7 a.m. at Kingsley
Plantation/Fort George
Island. rain or shine.
Fall migration will be
ramping up and Fort George
Island is one of the best
places in town to run into a
variety of warblers, vireos,
tanagers, and buntings. The
group will start at the Ribault
Club, walking the trails in
that vicinity. It will move to
the Kingsley Plantation later
in the morning. If you are an
early riser, plan to get there
by 6 a.m. to listen and look
for owls.
Bring binoculars, field
guide, bug juice, sun-screen,
rain gear. sunglas.<"s. lay-
ered clothing and water
Bring lunch if you want to
spend the day or try the
local eateries. For informa-
tion contact Carol Wyatt at
261-9272 or
carolinewy Zlaol.com
Garden plots
11Th 9h Streti
Community (airden, a non-
profit group of gardeners
that tend plots on property
donated by St Petr.r's
Episcopal Church, has sever-
al available plots for the
2010-11 growing season. To
apply for a plot, email shan-
nonlkelly@bellsouth.net.


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COA hosts Talk Like a Pirate cruise


Sept. 21 will not be a day like
all days at the Council on Aging
of Nassau's two senior centers.
But that's OK they've been
preparing for an invasion of
Fernandina Pirates. The treas-
ure chest of crafts is full to over-
flowing and the COA has deco-
rated both areas with this artful
booty. a
Volunteers and employees -.
have turned into seamstresses ,
as they work together to make :'
costumes flowing skirts for
the ladies and swashbuckling
attire for the gents while all
immerse themselves in lan-
guage skills, learning the jar-
gon and lingo of Pirate Talk 101.
They have learned local pirate
history and know their ways.
They are ready to talk to the
Fernandina Pirates.
It's a good thing they are Council on Aging client Boy
ready, as one of their number like a Pirate Day cruise, sc
(Fernandina Pirate Aspasia -
COA liaison, volunteer and co-
conspirator) has let it slip that and staff of both the Eastside
the whole passel of pirates will and Westside locations of the
be dockside at 10 a.m. as they Council on Aging of Nassau,
load the boat of Capt. Kevin and the Fernandina Pirates, of
McCarthy of Amelia River course. You can celebrate with
Cruises at the Fernandina us. All are invited to be dockside
Harbor Marina for a 10:30 a.m. from 10-10:30 a.m. for a colorful
departure for a private day photo opportunity.
cruise on the waves, exploring Pre-registration of clients of
the history of the land and the COA is required to partici-
waterways. -, pate. The $10 fee includes
Talk Like APirat9 Day is cel- lhnch. Call I)ebra at 261-0701,
ebrated by clients,; olunteers' ext. 113 or mail adhcdirec-


>I 'MItnr:vi
d Kerce and his wife Ruby are ready for the agency's Talk
heduled for Sept. 21.


tor@yahoo.com for reserva-
tions. Registered clients will
begin arriving at the Eastside
location, 1367 South 18th SL, at
8:30 am., and leave for the mari-
na at 9:30 a.m., where they will
meet the Fernandina Pirates
and board their vessel. Hilliard
clients will be picked up at their
homes and delivered dockside.
Although the national Talk.
like a Pirate Day is Sept. 19,
the COA event is Tuesday, Sept


LITERARY LEANINGS


Board appointments
Recently appointed to the Nassau County
library Advisory Board are Philip Morton
(Bryceville) and Donna Paz
Kaufman (Fernandina
Beach). There are seven
members on the board who
represent the county. Other
board members are: Bernita
K. Dinwiddie (Hilliard), Joan
Carr (Yulee), Louise Banks
(Callahan), William Morton
Hartshorn (Fernandina
Beach) and William Flynn,
(Fernandina Beach), current
chair. The purpose of the
Advisory Board is to act as
liaison for the communities
of Nassau County, the public
library system and the Board
of County Commissioners.
The Library Advisory Board .
meets quarterly and its meet- Kaufman
ings are open to the public.
Time forTots
Join the Nassau County Public Library
System for a special Time for Tots with
Sparky the fire dog, local firefighters and fire
trucks, as well as a story presentation by
Stephanie Mayberry, author of Douglas the
Duck.
The event will be held Sept 16 at 10:30
a.m. at the Yulee branch, at the FSCJ Betty P
Cook Nassau Center. For more information
call Michelle Forde, youth librarian, at 277-
7365, or your local branch.
Book signngs
John Blackwelder will read his children's
book. The Posmenatt Way. in the gazebo and
remain to sign until 4 p.m. on Sept. 18 at
Books Plus on Centre Street. Bruce
Thomason, Jacksonville Beach police chief.
will sign his murder mystery, Body Toll. from
noon-3 p.m. On Sept. 20 author Ron Miller
will sign his book. Horse Bones. from
11 a.m-2 p.m. "X-Mas in September" on Sept.
25 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. will celebrate author
Jeannine Caroll's signing of her book and gift
set. The Christmas Gift. For information call
261-0303".
Booksignings
Cara Curtin will autograph her latet book.
Fernandna's Finest Easter. at Books Plus. 107
Centre St.. Fernandina Beach. from 2-4 p.m.
Sept. 17 and 24
Come chat with the author and learn more
about the four books in the Wilson Mystery
S.'riest Go to vwAw.caracurtirncon for more
information about this exciting mvysery
series .-t in Fernandina Beach.

Children's writers
The Society of Chikidren'- ook 'Wi'ers &
Illustrators (SCBWR) will meet Se-p. *x from
1-3 pm at the Southeast Regional library.
10599 Deerwood Park Blvd. Ja k-onvi!~.


(904) 996-0325. Middle grade English teacher
Zara Hunt will speak on "Reading levels."The
last hour will be open for critiques. The group
is free and open to the public. Contact Janet
Walter at jgwalter@comcast.net.
Florida writers
'Ihe Florida Writers Association will meet
Sept. 21 at Iooks Plus, 107 Centre St. Speak-
er is High Pitched Hum publisher W.G.
Reynolds, who also is the author of the etty
Man series of books that take place in May-
port, on "How to Get Published in Today's
Market." Members and the public are invited.
For information contact Maggie at 321-6180.

WIE luncheon
The Nassau Women's Information
Exchange presents "The First Pancake: A
Recipe for Delectable life Transitions" lunch-
eon with Tory Wilcox on Sept. 23 from noon-1
p.m. at the Amelia Island Museum of History,
233 S. Third St., Fernandina Beach.
This program is free and open to the pub-
lic. Box lunches by Old South Yankee
Gourmet and Catering may be purchased for
$7 and must be prepaid by Sept. 17 at any
branch of the Nassau County Public library
System or the Betty P Cook Nassau Center.
Make checks payable to Florida State College
at Jacksonville.
The Nassau WIE is a partnership
between the Florida State College at
Jacksonville Rosanne R Hartwell Womeh's
Center, Florida State College at Jacksonville
Betty P Cook Nassau Center and the Nassau
County Public library System. with special
thanks to the Amelia Island Museum of
History
Call the Yulee branch library at 548-4467
or the Fernandina BIkach branch at 277-7365.
Fashion show
The Amelia Island Book F-etival is
sponsoring a fa-hion show and silent
auction Sp4 24 at 10 am. at The Golf Club of
Amel'a I-and at Summer B-ach to rai-e
money or the' free Children\', Chapter portion
of the :fe-tval-
The Fall Fashion Show and Coffee
will feature fashions, door pr:ze-., -ilent auc-
tion and a s.eak preview of 2011 Children's
Chap,(er author- Models will bx- local and
reCgiona: author, a- we'! a- frie.nd- of the
festival
Tic;.:- are .15 and r r-:r:.atiorn are- re-
onme.-nded Ca: 94,) .24-:665 ,r '-rr.ail
inf or.ea-is.iar.adb. kfes-;-.-a! com \isii
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a, i'- 'x read. T.!-, ;s 'he fr- : a -ir:es of
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21 as its centers are not open on
the weekends.
The Council on Aging is a
n~)n-profit agency that delivers
critical services to Nassau
County seniors in five cate-
gories including Meals on
Wheels, COA transportation ,
In-Home Care and Adult Day
Health Care, while operating
two senior recreation centers.
",Fur information visit
www.coanassau.com.


Women's


Weekend


Oct. 1-2
lThe High Tide Womien's
Weekend is Oct. 1-2. Special
guest Mary Alice Monroe. N-vw
York Times best selling author.
will appear at a Souithern
Luncheon )Oct. 2 at noon
Tickets are $40 and available at
Books Plus, 107 Cerntre St.,
which will host a reception for
the author at 5 p.m. that day
An Arabian Nights River
Cruise will be held that night at
7 p.m. Tickets are $40
Costumes are encouragird.
Gentlemen welcome.
Outdoor events include
Yoga on the Beach Oct. 2 at 8
am. at Elizabeth Pointe Ixlige,
with continental breakfast after
Tickets are $ 15. Kayak Amelia
will offer an Egans Creek
kayak Oct. 1 at 2:15 p.m.
Tickets are $60.
On Oct. 2 at St. Peter'-
Episcopal Church Ann Cahill
will present "Speaking On
Women's Health," coffee and
conversation, at 9 a.m. A $10
pass gains entry.
At 10 a.m. choose from pot-
tery, a bead bracelet or callig-
raphy workshops. Reervations
required. Cost is j30 A H-ealing
Arts Fair will be held from 1:15-
Sp rn.
Theresa Poyvnter 'Kafe
Karibrew) and D)-bbie i't! will
present "Shrimp and (,ri, arnd
Tricks to LI-ing Phyllo IDough
from '-5 p.m. at Th' Haroriorn
Inn and Sui'es C(af- Ti' k'-,r
are $5)
Special tour include 10
a.m.., an ov.vrview of the hi-
toric district', gall-ries with
Eil-en Shannon Moore and a
s-If-guided mrap arting at 10
a rr. transportation vwii be
available along v,'th a colnsin-
ment shop rnap and -p,-cial
coupon- for your -hopping
peaure.
A Women Who Made
History 'our highlighting the
famous and im.:arrousJ worr.rn
vho made hi-tory on Amnl-iia
lland, dev-lopecd by thi
Amelia l-and Mu-seum of
Hi',ory., is -25
For de-ails and ticket and
day pa- information, visit
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COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR/
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maintaining media relationships &
coordinating all official communica-
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management duties; maintain mall/
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arrange appts & travel plans; prepare
travel requests & reimbursement
vouchers; receive/screen all incoming
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312,457- 3654
LOFTON POINTE 4/2, 2C32sF
LS3ITrno Call Don Brown Realty
(904)225-5510 or 571-7177.
3/2 HOME in LakePood Corner Lot
i ny iloc^ lake from fenced Lack yard
Sar!,hw floors Water, garbage,
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Aailable november 1st $1095 606
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CURTISS H.

LASSERRE
Real Estate, Inc.


LONG TERM
ON ISLAND
S730 S 14th St. 3BR/IBA $900/mo
+ tjlriies. $1,000 sec dep
S1334 Atlantic Ave 3BR/IBA.1.243
approx sq ft. $1,200/mo. + utilities.
* 3BR/2BA Home on Amela Island with
beautiful view of Egans Creek. 1,534
approx. si. ft. $1,650/mo. Util
Includes yard maintenance.
*2039A Nature's Walk Attractive
and clean 3BR/2BA, split level town-
nouse. 1,71 I1 approx. sq. ft.,
$1,350/mo. + utilities. Lease with
possible opton to buy.
OFF ISLAND
*3BR/2BA home. 95584 Alligator
Creek Road 1,120 approx. sq. ft.
$990/mo. + until.
* 4BR/ 2BA Flora Park, open kitchen,
1,884 approx. sq. ft. with screened
porch. Quiet neighborhood, no
smoking/ service animals only $1,450
+ until.
VACATION RENTAL
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/MONTHLY
2BR/ I BA Oceanview. 487 S. Fletcher.
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C(II.\ STREFT 32BR/ BA duplex
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STONE CREEK -2BR/ 2BA condo.
Community pol. 1 car garage.
$975/mo. Available now.
AMELIA LAKBFS 1BR/IBA
condo. Commumry pool. 5750/mo. incl.
water, garbage & sewage. Available
10/18/10.
S. FLETCHER AVE. IBR/IBA
downstairs unru across from beach.
S825/mo. incl. water, garbage &
sewage. Available now.
FIRST AVENUE 3BR/2BA condo
located in Sea Castles. 2 car garage.
$1,095/mo. Available 10/12/10.
S. FLETCHER AVE. 3BR'2BA
Supsiars urni acress from beach.
$1.150/mo. incl. water garbage &
sewage. Available now.

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95045 WOODBERRY
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;,' .- "e ,.s -i cr.-m Sc'eened porch
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THE PRESERVE AT SUMMER BEACH
95168 WILLET WAY



$585.000 -


OCEAN PLACE
Ocean front at it's flnestl 2 and 3 bedroom
units located on the South side of The Ritz-
Carlton at Summer Beach. Prices start at
$549,000 Investors welcome.


STEPS TO THE BEACH
Ocean Village 4BR/3BA. eat-in k cnen, open flor-
plan Screened porch, 2 negncchood cools and
tennis $729,900 MLS 52038


AJP LONG POINT LOT
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ywer dream hrcme :n -* s eaf. u--
facirg 2ver-c wao-?r $579.000 V-S.S-C7:C


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floors, crown molding, granite countertop are just Water's Edge Magazine. Living at Its flnesl Very
a few of the many upgrades, upscale amenities.
$279,900 MLS# 53152 $849,900 MLS 51402


95035 WOODBERRY LANE
Beautiful lakefront 4 BR/4 BA norne ir the Preserve
at Summer Beach immraocj'e ho-e with 'ctbJ-
ious lake views from scree'erf poC'I Cose c' ?Tne
beach aro comrnrjnity -000 area
$475,000 MLS 951415
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SEA CHASE AT SUMMER BEACH
5264 Sea Chase Drive #2
Tr~c Oceonfront com rpurLy s ooe of Surnrr.er Beach's
most opupar. Two Pols two tens courts and easy
oce/a access rrke ttI c rdmnniurr a rrus see'
Spectacor vsews of cdr-es ard ocean nke for a
re'arv"g respite $899,000 MLS 51279

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