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FILE PHOTOS


Female,white rhinos approach guests at a Celebration of White Oak Plantation event in 2010.


White Oak Plantation for sale


MICHAEL PARNELL
News-Leader
White Oak Plantation, a famed refuge
for ballet stars and rare animals, is for sale.
Hard economic times have forced the
Howard Gilman Foundation to solicit bids for
the 7,400-A:icre- :ite- irr Yu I .r- il. .re the-St..
Marys River. The intent is for the purchas-
er to continue the White Oak Conservation
Center's wildlife breeding, research and
training programs.
"We're not anticipating a change in the
conservation center," said Stephen Cropper,
vice-president of the Howard Gilman
Foundation, which has owned the property
since Howard Gilman died in 1998.
"(A purchaser) probably wouldn't be
interested in buying it if they weren't inter-
ested in continuing it," he said.
Established in 1982 by philanthropist
Gilman, White Oak Conservation Center
maintains genetically diverse populations of
threatened species in natural facilities. It
leads professional efforts to improve vet-
erinary care, develop holistic animal man-
agement techniques and better understand
the biology of critically endangered species.
, The foundation also operates a golf
course, lodging and recreational amenities
on the property. It employs 70 people there,
about half of the total before, the recession


that took hold in 2008.
White Oak costs about $5-6 million a year
to operate. "Whoever buys it has got to have
the funds available to operate it," Cropper
said.
The foundation, headquartered in New
York, will continue to operate a building
products division and provide funding for
arts, conservation and public policy initia-
tives after the sale, Cropper said.
The Wall StreetJotmrnal first reported the
prospective sale on Tuesday.
It described Gilman as "a New York arts
habitu6 and heir to a lumber and paper comn-
pany fortune (who) indulged his two great
loves ballet and animal conservation at
White Oak."
"Ballet master Mikhail Baryshnikov and
actress Isabella Rossellini were frequent vis-
itors; The Sundance Institute, the, organiza-
tion behind the famous film festival, brought
playwrights to write and rehearse. Bill and
Hillary Clinton hunkered down for six days
at White Oak in the spring of 1999, strate-
gizing for Mrs. Clinton's first Senate run as
storm of the Monica Lewinsky scandal
passed," the newspaper reported.
It said the foundation estimates the value
of the property at $30 million and "hopes to
find a wealthy individual or investors who
might turn White Oak into a high-end resort
or conference center.".


According to the Journal, "White Oak is
the latest victim of the housing bust. The
foundation operates the property with pro-
ceeds of its 96 percent investment in Gilman
Building Products Co., a private lumber busi-
ness founded by Mr. Gilman's family in the
early 1980s.
"But revenue at the lumber company was
hit hard by thle housing downturn that began
in 2008. The value of the foundation's assets
has also fallen from $175 million in 2008 to
. $127 million at the end of 2010, according to
t,.\ llliriv,
"The foundation initially responded to
declining income from the building compa-
ny by cutting back on program funding and
c, 111 the staff at White Oak by nearly half.
Now the plantation itself is on the block,
along with works from Mr. Gilman's exten-
sive arl collection, including a $120,000
Pakistani rug, two 17th-century Flemish tap-
estries and a 100-piece (t.' 11,-, in of antique
waterfowl hunting decoys."
The White Oak property has been owned
by the Gilman family for nearly 70 years
since the Gilman Paper Co. was moved fiom
Vermont to Georgia.
John Lukas, a zoologist who heads the
conservation program, has built it up over a
30-year period. He could not be reached for
comment Tuesday.
mparnell@fbnewsleader.com


Sustainable



concern is



beach trash

ANGELA DAUGHTRY
News Leader
Trash along local beaches was the main topic of dis-
cussion during the first meeting for the city's Sustainable
Fernandina effort, held Monday at the Fernandina Beach
Golf Club.
About 15 citizens showed up for the meeting titled "What
Does Sustainability Mean to You?"
City Planner Kelly Gibson, who moderated the :i'. i'i.
said there is no budget tied to the sustainability committee
and thoi I,_ i do'not make any specific recommendations for
commissioner action.
She said the committee's goals this year were to decrease
the city's electricity use by 10 percent, to focus on clean
beaches and waterways and to look at multi-transportation
networks.
The city's Sustainable Fernandina advisory group
includes two residents and five city employees. Len Kreger,
a member of the committee, said at the meeting the group
was recommending solar hot water heaters for the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center, and was also looking at solar
heaters for other city operations such as fire stations and the
golf course. But, he added, starting up such sustainable tech-
nology is costly in the beginning, even though it can save
money in the long run.
Gibson noted 90 percent of city boards and committees
have gone paperless and are now using computer monitors
at meetings to look at agendas. Kreger noted that all city
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Art in Public


Places'slated
ANGEIA DAUGHTRY
News-Leader
An "Art in Public Places" program was unanimously
approved by ordinance at last week's city commission meet-
ing.
Now part of the city code of ordinances, the Art in
Public Places program outlines Arts and Culture Nassau's
functions regarding public art within the city. The 13-mem-
ber Arts and Culture Nassau is charged with developing
guidelines, policies and selection procedures for art placed
within the city as well as making recommendations to the
commission for permanent art installations.
City Planners Kelly Gibson and Adrienne Dessy, as well
as City Attorney Tammi Bach, together researched and
wrote the ordinance for the Art in Public Places program.
According to Gibson, the ordinance came about
because the city was receiving phone calls from artists
and others interested in donating art, and the city had no
procedure to process their requests.
An example, she said, is the numerous shrimp statues
that were painted by local artists and sold to private citizens
.or groups to benefit the Micah's Place women's shelter.
ART Continued on 3A


SPROUTS


Zada Freeman
waters newly
sprouted sweet
pepper plants
for the annual
garden at the
YMCA Kids
Campus
Atlantic Pryme
Time Program.
After-school
care children
learn the
importance of
healthy nutri-
tion and
responsibility
through gar-
dening, and
their families
will benefit
from fresh free
produce.
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Hospice support groups give


solace to those who grieve


I HIEAT '.IRA. PERRY
News-Leader


A person grieving the loss of a loved
one often feels isolated and thinks
other people don't understand what
they're going through, says psy-
chosocial. specialist Joanne Bernard,
facilitator of the Community Hospice
support group for Nassau County.
"Many times they believe they can
better rle i. ii.... ihi who are grieving
and together help each other heal by
sharing their experiences and learn-
ing healthy ways to cope," said
Bernard. "They also find other grievers
won't get tired of hearing them talk
about their loved one, which some-
times happens with friends and family
members after awhile."
Individuals dealing with loss will
find solace at (he open-ended support
group offered by Community Hospice
The formal allows new participants to
join the group at any time, so that new
grievers have access to the group as a
support resource.
Bernard was involved in grief coun-
sling for many years in her native
Michigan. She holds a Master's inll


A safe haven
Community Hospice support groups cr
a safe and comfortable environment w
people can bond with others who have
experienced a similar loss The Nassa
County group meets iiom 1 -2 30 p m
second and fourth Thursday of every
month at the Nassau County Council c
Aging, 1367 South 18th SI The group
free of charge and completely consider
No pie-registraticon is required but spa,
limited For information call Joanne
Bernard at 19041 407.6811

Social Work, is certified by the
American Academy of Grief
Counseling and has special certifica-
tions from Community Hospice.
The group is not restricted to fam-
ily members of patients who have
passed away while under Hospice care.
Anyone who has experienced the loss
of a loved one within the past 13
months is welcome.
I'* "1'l. may come and go fi'rom thelli
group as needed so the number of par-
ticipants may vary from week to week.


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The maximum number is 12," said
Bernard. "No one has to talk if they
don't feel like it. But we often find that
listening to others helps people over-
come their shyness and before long,
they're participating, too."
Community Hospice was licensed
to serve Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau
and St. Johns counties in 1979. Support
groups have been held in nearly all
Il.,I Ii i but it is only recently that ian
ongoing group was created for Nassau
County residents.


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'i .I I Ai.'l II, 2012 NEWS News-Leader


Ronald Lloyd Johnson
S. Burlington. Vernont -' ,\na\ll Lloyd
Johnson died on Amelia I i.r'I, Fla. on
Wednesday, April 4, 2012. He struggled with
Frontal Temporal Dementia (F)TD) for many
years.
He was born in Rutland, Vermqnt, September
23, 1946, son of Mary and the lateJoplt Johnson.
Ron married Mary Ellen (Walsh) in~1970 at St.
Mark's Catholic Church, F.ui1 iniiiin Hi ,was a
1964 graduate of Rutland H iih ',:,Jir.l' and a
1970 graduate of UVM will blS In electrical
engineering. He received ., .1 1- .u ClI.1 I.-.,i
University, Potsdam, NY, in ldin-i i,.,t
Management, 1974. Ron was a Pro,i-s...-. ,;,
Engineer in Nqow Yrl. :iIl
Vermu, .
Ror, ,., .-irived b.hi, II'
m. eothe: \l.,t b. wi. Al.ary EI..In.
daughi, r filauree fualt iho-.
1band :f..b \ *. '..t-is ujr-
4 vived L.' a c..,JIk
Valenti,. i,: rit ..r\, -..,
include brother, John Johnson
and wife Linda, brother-in-law r.d'.vai d Walsh
and wife Ellen of Needh.ni. M:i anld ,ilti -in.1:i.
Christine Anderson and ,iiibind Hali. ,I"
Bozeman, Mt. Ron leav -..- ii,.iiitip isi ,i,-'-,.
and nephews.
Ron was an electrical n-eit.er, j li Al C i.
1970-1979. He served in r li;- \rimy Rt'---'
Massena, NY, 1970-197.: H.. .1 Pr iI..'nl !"
-Walsh Electric Supply C.. l-t. 1979- Io' I n I
was very supportive ..I M:u 'y I Ik. a iil
Maureen's Catholic faith H.. idi vii and .-\.n-
tually became a Catholit. ito ,(.rvud uti rum i
ous community boards "i1 IlinrI;,,, thl.' lui liiiL.'i,
Country Club and Flynn Theater. He was instru-
mental in the renovations and expansion of the
Flynn Theater. He was an avid golfeir and skier.
He enjoyed fly fishing and woodworking. Ron
was an organ donor. .
Thank you to family and ii.-nds ilotr u'p i\ i
over the years, including Christine'Anderson,
Ed Walsh, Sherry Moore, Burlington Country
Club, employees of Walsh Electric Supply Co. and
Earls Cyclery, for tl .>;r ..rtnpa isiori,' .al._...-,
and sense of humor diiiui h, diltLic lt ti -es 1 .,il1..
you to Dr. William P ti',ll..hi ., Mtmrn 'r Cv-.ni:,i.
FAHC, Dr. David PF':ii- Haid'd 'ivannailh (.ri.'iid
Amelia Assisted Livn,-i ,n F.-i nandina B.:-in.Ih.
Fla., and Hospice of J.F. L-,,.il- .Fl .
-A Mass of Christ;:,n t: i I, ill bi held at
10:00 amn on Saturday, April 14, 2012 at St. John
Vianney Catholic Church, South Burlington, VTr
Private burial will take place at Evergreen
Cemetery in Rutland, Vt. I 11 li-u .Pfl, i .'i d, ., -1
tions may be made to a bh.-|i .i- .- i f o nrih..-'.-i,:h i. i
Please share his life -1,,i ', rid karv,. .:..ir.l-
lences at www.oxleyheard.com. '
Oxley Heard Fi, rqDirecrors

Roger Lee McCrary
Roger Lee McCrary, 60, of Fenaindina Beach,
FL, passed away Wednesday, April4, 2012, in
Atlantic Beach, FL surroundediby'ihis family.
Born October 19, 1951 in Orlando- FL, Roger was
the youngest son of Mr. and Mi-s,. Thomas A.
McCrary ofWaycross, GA. A ,i]ia dqi t I '. inibl
College, Rogerwent on to .. i rl- I i, ii .1
States Air Force for 20 years. Roger's military
service included Southeast Asia a.,d Iqeland.


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VolIUIIu
S "'7 Precediing him in ldeatli is
.' i i his wile, layne Monroe
.-, I McCrary. Roger leave's behind
his children, Sara McCarl
(Casey) of Fort Mill, SC and
(Ca Roger Iion McCrary ol Kelso,
1\ WA; two brothers, Thomas A.
S .. McCrary (Beth) of Atlantic
S..--- Beach, FL., Richard S.
I'. 1. r i rn -;e) of Keller, lX and three sisters,
,. Ll H .i,,l,.,r F.:i nandina Beach, FL, Mary
J., il I '. f 1~-I I'-1 Point, WA, and Virginia
.,lit',,p (l..,.'idi ..' I 'range Park, FL. Roger is
al-. iutivi\ ..l i .. I'- i:.nt, Mrs. Denham Darden,
i 1. ,.'.--.. (TA :,:iltI ,s; (dear companion, Sharon
C.i-..i l '- I .rr,,uidii:i Beach, FL. Roger leaves
"...Iind m o, lai ril uil Lranddaughters, Mallory
i.1i I.,. d.. hi,:,i ,,i Sara and Casey McCart.
Pi : .'..ill I.. I'r.ndl; i .' i, l.. red byhis nieces
.,,.d gli-ih, *' s ,,, I 'j 1 ,11 I'ich, Lesley, Am y,
i' la .'" i, ADn. i, and I'._,,
: OP,? v Uill .- retail" ,-,I i.>r his gentle man-
rt-'', nijie.'and el.'i. .ble knowledge of

'Th'h rt ill be a pi .1. i ,inily service.
in li.n l ,I I ... ..c I b itlonsmay be made
i, lion,,i ol Rope,i .. C. ,,i,,n nity Hospice of
'N. thU.a- li']jrid'a

N.qithOiielRobinson Jr.
N;il h;ia..) Robi.isun.ji 49, of Jacksonville,
I. 'rir','p ].-d awvy p :'.- fully on March 30, '
_ik. ', .r, .'1, hi a I ili ical Ca'i Unit in Jacksonville,
I1 . ;
I ltr in :rllrnailmina -each, Florida, and a
I :,dil'.I i l lhe I l'sii:l:,li .,'F Fernandina Beach
i-liii i. I.l. NIll.ni. I -. Lived in the US Army
as a M'..li,.l Specialist for 11 years. luring his
military career he served in Ft. Sam's Houston,
-- .. Texas, 4 years of foreign serv-
ice in Germany and was award-
ed th i.,l.11.,,,g military hon-
C S 'ors: Army Achievement Medal,
S Army Good Conduct Medal,
iY. "' Army Service Overseas Medal,
and the National Defense
Service Medal. He moved to
California in 1991 and worked
for the Department of Corrections for approxi-
mately : 6 years. He moved to the
Miami/Hollywood area and worked in the men-
tal health field for about 7 years and then
returned back to, Fernandina Beach for a year
and moved to the Jacksonville area and was
employed at Baptist Hospital until he recently fell
ill.
l Hp is survived by his parents, Nathaniel and
1 .11 hi'. obbinison, Sr.; wife, Liana Robinson:
brother Quentin Robinson; sisters, Monica
Rainey, Annelte Celestin, and Deborah Robinson:
great uncles, Joe Johnson and Aaron Johnson;
uncles, Thomas Robinson, Sr. and Eugene Albert:
aunts, Shirley Holmes, Marva Albert, Deris
Davis, Janice Johnson, Julia Massey. Lucy
Robinson and Cheryl Robinson: god mother.,
Francis Calhoun; god sister. Alahendra Richo: 2
nephews; 4 nieces: 3 great nieces: and many
other relatives and friends.
Viewing will be held Friday, April 13, 2012 at:
.. .ii.i'M. PM at J.E. Fralin & Son's Funeral
;, l..I;| 1 .', Soutl l )Drive. IJacksonvilec. Florida.
1 ii,- al S. rvices will be held on Saturday, April
14th :at 11:00AM at Elm Street Church of God,


JtIIILJI


502 South 11th Street, Fernandina Beach, FI
32034.
His body will be laid to rest at Jacksonville
National' Cemetery, 4083 Lannie :Road,
Jacksonville, Fl 32218 on Monday April 16,2012
at 1:00PM.
IE. Fralin & Son's Funeral Home
Jacksqnville

SGM Harold I. Routzong
SGM Harold I. Routzong, 88, of-Ft.'Myers, FL
passed away peacefully on April 6, 2012 in
Greenville, NC surrounded by his family and
those closest to him. Harold was ;born in
Fernandina Beach, Florida on May 6, 1923, the
son of Fred and Alice Routzong and the brother
to four siblings. He was fondly known as
"Froggy" during his youth in Fernandina Beach
and was often recognized by his tuneful whistling
heard from afar. ,

and enij.yed his i
He is --i ive-d by hii,, chil.
S..- dren lJan,: I- .nker of.gpri.ll
S .' Hill, Pl.. M iali,.e QumII ..I
,, ... i Lake:nid, 11l.. I-1:. ,ild RouliZ.,
. of Punia ,.,i do,. F.L: Robel I L
.-A- Routzi.ne .,f Lakelan4. I-F.
James Routzong of Oi' landii. FL., Roeri I:
Routzong of LaGraoge. '.A. Rl:-,salind tL1'Qani.,c
of Wellington,.Colorado. anrd Aiiee.. .. isN*hsull
of Greenville, NO.,Heiha-. 1. 3grandc'ildrin ond
14 great-grandchildren all l1 which h6 .1o\,'l
dearly. Harold lefftbehind hii beloved istLers-
Martha Ann Mills of Rock Hill. SC aAd Judi
Quinn Routzoong ofSt Pe'Lt.i -burq, FL.'e.wa-.
preceded in death by his bi other,'.Liison
Routzong, and his sister. D.rolthy Sandurs
Harold enlisted in thl. S L Coast Guard and
served aboard thp US LST 262 during the
Normandy Invasion of WWII. Afic-r WWVII.
Harold enlisted in theNavy for a brief period
before transferring into the US Army where he
spent the remainder of his 8-year militaryicareer.
While in the Army he saw combat in WWII,
Korea, and served at numerous bases world-
wide. He retired in 1970 with the rank'of'SGM
In the most recent years; Harold eij'oyed
spending time with' his granddaughter miily
and Jaimee Marshall, frequenting the Shar eClub
of North Ft. Myers where he was kRodwn as
"Candy Man", a nickname he earned ry always
sharing candy during his visits. He enj6yediplay-
ing his harmonica, listening to music and fre-
quent outings with his roommate, Alex Reichert.
He had many lifetime friends which he prided
hiniself in keeping in touch with each of them.
Harold most ti-easured sharing memories with
his high school sweetheart, Juanita Enwright,
whom he described as a love of his life. Harold
had many treasured friendships and, will be
deeply missed by all. He touched everyone he
encountered with his passion for life and his
kindness for all humanity.
In Honor of Harold's life contributions may be
made to the Share Club of Lee Memorial Health
System of Fort Myers, FL SHARE Club Lee
Memorial Health System, PO. Box 2218, Fort
Myers. Florida 33902, in his memory.
Online condolences may be made at www.cot-
tenifuneralhome.com.
Corten Funeral Home
New Bern. N C


Richard Michael Siebert
The family of Richard Michael Siebert is sad-
dened to announce his death on March 28th in
Vancouver, WA Michael brought joy to his fam-
ily and to those around him.
,He is survived by his parents, Dorothy and
Robert J. Siebert of Amelia Island; his children,
Ryan and Shaun; his brothers Peter and Donald;
and many nieces and nephews.
A Memorial Service will be held on Monday,
April 16th at 2:00 p.m. at the Amelia Plantation
Chapel at Amelia Island Plantation. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to Amelia
Plactation Chapel.

Harriet Henry Taylor
Mrs. Harriet Henry Taylor, age 78, of
Fernrandina Beach, FL passed away on Monday
morning, April 9, 2012 at Baptist Medical Center
Nassau
, Born in Waycross, GA, she was one of three
child'trin born to the late Robert and Meta
Hamilton Henry. After gradu-
ating from Waycross High
School, she married a young
sailor, Clarence L Taylor. After
her husband's discharge from
the U.S. Navy he began a long
: career with Container
Corporation of America. The
S Taylors moved to various towns
as he was brought to new mills for startup of
new equipment In the middle 1950s, their son and
daughter were born and in the late 1950s they
were moved to Fernandina Beach, which would
become their permanent home.
Mrs. Taylor had worked as an Operator and
Customer Service Representative with Southern
Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company, which
would later become Bell South. She retired in the
late 1970s.
After settling in Fernandina Beach, she
became active at the Memorial United Methodist
Church where she sang in the choir.
Mrs. Taylor leaves behind, her children,
Steven Taylor,.Carol Rogers John), a daughter
in law, Holly Newsome Taylor, all of Fernandina
Beach, FL, a sister, Mrs. Carolyn Jones, Waycross,
GA, five grandchildren, Ryan Taylor, Brett Taylor,
Brandon Taylor, Jason Taylor, Tammy R. Ward,
ten great-grandchildren and several nieces and
nephews.
Funeral services will be at 11:00 am today at
the Memorial United Methodist Church with
Reverend Brett Opalinski and Reverend Hollie
Tapley, officiating.
Mrs. Taylor will be laid to rest beside her hus-
band in Bosque Bello Cemetery
Her family received friends from 5:00-7:00 pmr
on Tuesday at Oxley-Heard Funeral Home.
Please share her life story at www.oxley-
heard.com.
Oxley Heard Funeral Directors
DEATH NOTICE

Madge Green. Gibson, age 81, of Fernandina
Beach died on Monday morning, April 9,2012 at
the Community Hospice Morris Center in
Jacksonville. Funeral arrangements will be
announced later this week.
Green Pine Funeral Home


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Reception Room. If you are
unable to attend, but are truly
interested in joining, contact
Louryne Spaulding, 583-3085,
Vernetta Spaulding, 583-1569,
or any other member.
citizenship help
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Law and the American Immi-
gration Lawyers Association
(AILA) will celebrate the fifth
annual Citizenship Day April
14 by helping legal perma-
nent residents in Northeast
Florida apply to become U.S.
citizens. The Jacksonville
event is a collaboration of
Florida Coastal School of Law,
Jacksonville Area Legal Aid
and The Jacksonville Bar
Association. ApproxKimately
40 pro bono attorneys and
dozens of law students will
assist applicants with their
forms and taking the next
step toward natlurali'atiion at.
the Florida Coastal Slhool of-
Law atriumi, 8787 Baypine
Road, Jacksonville, from 9
a.m.-2 p.m. For information
visit www.fcsl.edu, call.the
school at (904) 680-7700 or
clinic coordinator Kara L.
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NEWS4
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April 14.from 7:45 a.m.-5 p.m.
in Nassau County. Call Gary
Belson at 491,8358 for infor-
mation.'
Pirate Parade
Applications are now being
accepting for the annual Isle
of EightzFlags Shrimp
FestivaI.Pirate Parade, spon-
s..i t-d by The Residence Inn
Amelia Island, May 3 at 6 p.m.
on Centre Street. Deadline is
April 16. Applications are
:iv.ilable at ,'-ww.shrimpfesti-
val com., Ih.. RIesidence Inn
Amel. sla:ind. 2301 Sadler
Road, Ameli:, island Conven-
rion & Visir, .I s Bureau, 102
Ce-nte S I l',:pot) orAIFBY
Chamber ni Commnerce in
aiteway C:nliter. For informa-
tioan.titact Desiree Dinkel at
.-'61-7552 or 415-0952 or
4info@'shrinmpfestival.com.
Confrderate sons

. Vetians will mrilet at a nevw
venue, the hi-st.. 'ic Train
[)epot on Brandie-. Avenue in
,Caflihan, oni April 16 at 7 p.m.
'ee films of the 1914 Cnl ,:d-
-.rate Veterans' Reunion. ftl-
lowedby a tour of the muse-
um1Tlhe public is invited.
AssWoation meets
The:istoric Fernandina
'Business Association will
meet April 17 at 9 a.m. at City
Hall, 204 Ash St. The meeting


is open to all who are interest-
ed and will feature guest
speakers Dawn Bostwick,
director, Nassau County
Public Library System; Bob
Allison, new hot air ballon
and light sport aircraft busi-
ness: and Phil Scanlan, on
multiuse bike paths from
Mayport to the historic dis-
trict.
Antique appraisals
Osprey Village will host an
Antique Appraisal Show on
April 17 at 2 p.m. at 10 Sea
Eagle Court, Amelia Island.
Four appraisers will be on
hand. Guests are limited to
three items each. Please
RSVP by calling 277-8222.
For moms.
Join Baby and Me (a
Healthy Start parenting sup-
port group) the third Wed-
nesday of each month from
10-11:30 a.m. at Yulee United
Methodist Church. 86003
Christian Way. Call 548-1810,
ext. 5272 for information.
* *
The Yummy Mummy Club
(a Healthy Start breastfeed-
ing support group) meets the
first Wednesday of each
month from 10-11:30 a.m. at
the Nassau County Health
Department Administration
Building, 30 S. Fourth St. Call
548-1810, ext. 5272 for,infor-
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,Support for stroke victims
I Ill Al'l II:RA. PRRY
News L.eader Stroke symptoms


Whihl evacuating from'
Hurricane lKatrina, Roy Ennis
suffeCred ;I Stak(.e that paria-
lyzed Iis left side.
"1 was driving along and all
of sudden, it felt like someone
(Ilrew hot oil at the left side of
my face.1 I told my wife, 'Whoa!
Something just happened to
me!' Our son was following us
and he was
F able to get
me to a
\ major trau-
ma center
.. right away,"
said Ennis.
"It felt like
""____, half of me
Ennis had just
.... .. g o n c
numb."
After a 10-day stay at a hos-
pital in Monroe, La., Ennis and
his wife, Glenda, went to stay
with their daughter and her
family here in Fernandina
Beach for several weeks.
"When we returned to New
Orleans, there were no med-
ical facilities available to pro-
vide me the care I needed to
learn to walk and use my left
arm again," said Ennis.
Doctors told Ennis he
should seek medical treatment
in another city, so when their
daughter called with news that
a nearby home had just gone
on the market, Glenda Ennis
took off for Florida to investi-
gate.


According to the Centers for Disease control, stroke is a
leading cause of death in the United States. Every 40 sec-
onds, someone is having a stroke,
Be aware of symptoms, which include:
Sudden numbness, tingling, weakness, or loss of move-
ment in your face, arm, or leg, especially.on only one side
of your body; sudden vision changes; sudden trouble
speaking; sudden confusion or trouble understanding sim-
ple statements; sudden problems with walking or balance
or a sudden, severe headache that is different from past
headaches. It is important to seek medical help as soon as
possible,


"My wife. flew to
Fernandina Beach on Friday
night, looked at the house at 9
a.m. on Saturday, bought the
house at 11 a.m. and was back
in New Orleans by 5 p.m.," said
Ennis.I
After settling'in their new
home, Ennis became active
with the Stroke Support Group
at Savannah Grand, taking
over as facilitator when
Doug Green moved from the
area.
"The Stroke Support Group
is a group of people who have
had a stroke and are in differ-
ent' stages of recovery. We
share information about treat-
ments that may be helpful. We
also have guest speakers who
provide us with the latest infor-
mation on new treatments,"
said Ennis, who adds the most
important component of the
group is the encouragement
.they give each other.
One of the state-of-the-art
programs members may


access free of charge is the
Locomotor Training and
Recovery Research Program, a
partnership of the Department
of Veterans Affairs, the
University of Florida and the
Brooks Center for
Rehabilitation Studies.
Ennis credits the robotics
at the Malcolm Randall VA
Medical Center in Gainesville
with helping to retrain his
brain and enable him to walk
again.
"The robot moved my legs
and retrained my healthy brain
cells to take over for the dam-
aged ones. It's really remark-
able."
For more information on
this program contact the
program coordinator at (352)
376-1611, ext. 5223 or (800)
324-8387, ext. 5989 or email
locomotor@phhp.ufl.edu.
For information on the
stroke support group, contact
Ennis at (904) 583-9213.
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Five tips for Floridians


to protect against wildfire


TALLAHASSEE The
Florida Forest Service has
offered five tips to help
Floridians protect themselves
against the dangers of wild-
fire. Wildfire Awareness
Week, which recognizes the
wildfires that raged through
Florida in 1998, burning more
than 500,000 acres and dam-
aging or destroying 337
homes and other structures,
will be held through April 14.
"Florida is unique in that it
oxpcriences a year-round wild-
five season, with.heighte.ned,
wildfire activity during the
spring months," said
Agriculture Commissioner
Adam Putnam. "Although We
may receive sporadic rain,
extended drought conditions
are forecasted to persist
throughout spring and into
summer. Over the coming
weeks and months, it is likely
that Floridai will experience
very high to extreme wildfire
danger clue to these dry con-
ditions. It is critical for
Floridians to take steps to
ensure their own safety."
The department's Florida
Forest Service manages more
than one million acres of pub-
lic forest land and protects
over 26 million acres of
homes, forestland and natural
resources from the devastat-
ing effects of wildfire.
Since Jan. 1, more than
1,100 wildfires have burned
nearly 20,000 acres in Florida.
Most of these fires were
caused by human careless-
ness. To prevent wildfires, fol-
low these five simple steps:
*1. Check with local author-
ities for any temporary restric-
tions on burning yard waste.
2.Contain fires to an eight-
foot diameter pile ornon-com-
bustible barrel at least 25 feet
from forests, 25 feet from
homes, 50 feet from paved


Smell ofsmofe
Smoke wafting across Nassau County from wildfires in
Northeast Florida has caused concern for those with respi-
ratory illnesses. People with respiratory distress are being
encouraged to stay indoors during periods of high smoke.
The smoke is expected to be a problem again today
from a 12,000-acre wildfire in Columbia and Baker counties
and from other fires in this part of the state.


public roads and 150 feet from
other occupied buildings.
3. Do not burn on windy
days Vpr,when,the humidity 'is
. below, 30, pe,,c, ent.
4. Never leave a fire unat-
tended and make sure it is


completely out before leaving.
5.'Keep a shovel and water
hose handy in case'a small fire
escapes containment
For wildkfirie updates and
wildfire information, visit
www.floridaforestservice.com.


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TRASH Continued from IA
buildings- have gone through a
free Florida Public Utilities audit
to determine how electricity is
being used. The sustainability
group, he said, has recom-
mended photovoltaic panels for
some city police cars and mem-
bers. have also been thinking
about how to utilize natural gas
in city facilities when it becomes
available.
Judith Lane, another citizen
member of the group, remind-
ed the audience that "sustain-
ability has nothing to do with
government actions to take over
anything," regarding recent
debates and allegations about
"Agenda 21," a global sustain-
ability effort.
A woman in the audience
said one of the major problems
on city beaches is that trash bar-
rels are not being picked up on
a regular basis by the cleaning
contractor. She added that
tourists come to the beach with
their trash and also dispose of it
in the recycling bins at Main
Beach. She also complained that
the person who is supposed to
empty the trashcans only comes
every three or four days.
Kreger said the trash col-
lector for the beaches is paid
for by tourist tax funds, but that
the committee will bring the
problem, back for discussion.
The county has an annual con-
tract with Rollins Snelling Beach
Service for beach and .park
cleaning. Kreger added that sev-
eral private citizen groups pick
up 'beach trash, including
Amelia Island Sea Turtle Watch,
Wild Amelia, the Girl Scouts
and others.
Another woman in the audi-
ence said that in the North, it
was unheard-of for people to
throw trash onto beaches,
because there is more wide-


ART Continued from ZA
Several of the sculptures were
donated to the city and placed
around the downtown area.
Gibson said application pro-
cedures and permitting costs
for artwork donation have yet to
be determined by. Arts and
Culture Nassau. The committee
will also work closely with Bach
to make sure First Amendment
rights are not violated, Gibson
said.
Arts and Culture Nassau
will also review and issue rec-
ommendations for permanent
art installations pending review
by the Historic District Council.
All permanent works of art are


The committee's goals thisyear are to decrease
city electricity use by 10 percent, to focus on
clean beaches and waterways and to look at
multi-transportation networks.


spread awareness of personal
responsibility.
Resident Phil Scanlan said
the culture is slowly changing
and activities such as group
beach cleanup were helping
spread the word. "The cleaner
the beach, the less likely people
are to pollute," he said.
Resident Andrew Hender-
son said it would help to equip
beach accesses with the tools to
pick up trash, such as bags and
sticks.
Gibson said there were two
philosophies about beach trash:
that more trash cans be brought
in, and that people should be
responsible to bring back what-
ever is brought to the beach.
Kreger said the committee
would bring the problem back
for discussion, but he added
that the beaches'aren't as bad as
areas around South 10th Street.
Lane added that the down-
town area was "absolutely lit-
tered" after the past weekend.
Another man said a restau-
rant near the beach has trash
constantly blowing out onto the
sand, such as sugar wrappers
and napkins. He also noted the
Main Beach parking lot is
"trashed on a regular basis ... it
needs to be enforced on the
business."
"We're completely missing
the mark if we are just talking
about trash," a woman said.
"That trash is recyclable."
Gibson noted that Nassau
County is now collecting more
recyclables than the city and
that it would make sense to look


at the city's contract with the
trash company.
A resident said he was
against punitive measures, but
that trash bags should be made
available at the lifeguard sta-
tions for responsible beachgo-
ers who want to help 'out. "It
makes it easier for people," he
said.
Damian Brink, general man-
ager of the Fernandina Beach
Golf Club, said the club has a
plan, to be brought before city
commissioners, to convert to
Yamaha gas golf carts instead of
using electric carts. He said that
with gas, the number of golf
carts needed would be reduced
to 80 from 96. The city would
also save money because golf
cart batteries would not have
to be replaced on each cart
every few years; he said.
Gibson said the city's com-
prehensive plan would eventu-
ally have updates that include
sustainability guidelines for
homeowners and businesses,
including best management
practices and low-impact devel-
opment.
Other concepts discussed at
the meeting included a photo-
voltaic charging station for golf
carts; the use of rain barrels by
downtown businesses to water
plants; forming partnerships
with businesses and apartment
complexes to encourage recy-
cling; and educating citizens on
the value of trees.
For more information go to
www.fbfl.us/sustainability.
adaughtry@ofbnewsleader.com


An example is the numerous shrimp statues
that were painted by local artists and
placed around the downtown area.


also subject to final approval by
the city commission, and per-
manent art locations will be
determined on a case-by-case
basis.
The ordinance also states
that artwork donated to the city
as a permanent installation
becomes the property of the
city, by commission approval.
The ordinance also outlines
laws for art that is incorporated
into private construction proj-


ects and laws for the allocation
of program funds, including
permitting and processing fees
for art installations.
Arts and Culture Nassau
,will also administer the city's
donation policy for artwork in
cooperation with the city attor-
ney and finance department.
Artwork displayed during spe-
cial events is exempt from pub-
lic art permitting requirements.
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Voted Best of the Best
Gallery 2011
Over 50 local Artists!
NOUVEAU ART/ JURIED. THEMED EXHIBITION
"And then there was Light" through May
James Widerman: Best of Show winner.
Open reception April 14th, 5-8pmr
ARTRAGEOUS ART WALK
April 14th, 5-8pm- Open reception
Featured Artist- Georganna Mullis
GENERAL MEETING
April 17th, 7pm in the IAA Education Center
Guest speaker: Joe Winston "The art of Chinese
Finger painting" This is not the finger painting you remember.
Public invited FREE
FREE CHILDREN'S ART CLASSES
Call the gallery for times and to reserve a space!
Kids, 6-9 years and Middle school 10-13 years.
Spaces are limited, IAA membership not required
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WEIDNI.sAY, APRIL, 11. 2012/NEws-LIADER


Hackers on attack

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has obtained a new meaning in
today's age of personal com-
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scammer that attempts to 'ain S.
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victim and here are some indi- often overseas, on you
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blocked the account. account. In some documented practical
2. When you are able to recent scams, firms have eral gov
access your email, you find a released funds after failed guard ag
bunch of bounced email mes- attempts to verify emailed secure y
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; blocked you from accessing email pressured the broker- Federal
:your own accQunt. age firm to release the funds was hac
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t you. If you suspect your email The
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IN BRIEF


New Sutton COO
Sutton Place Behavioral
Health, Inc. has announced
that Linda P Ellis hasjoined "
the agency as chief operating
officer. Ellis's experience
includes 15 years as clinical
director of Manatee Glens
Corp. outpatient mental
health services and residen-
tial treat-
ment facili-
. ties for i
severely .
mentally ill '
geriatric
patients and
seven years
as director Ellis
of operations
for
Children's Home Society in
Jacksonville which provides
foster care, child welfare
services and residential care
for vulnerable youth. '
Her experience also
includes work as a nephrolo-
gy social worker at Fresenius
Medical Care Corp., a
provider of dialysis medical
care to patients with end-
stage renal disease. In addi-
tion, she has been a trainer
for the Department of
Children and Families, specif-
ically in the area of mental
health training for operators
and staff of assisted living
facilities providing care to
mentally ill adults.
From 1998-2001 Ellis was
employed as clinical director
of Sutton Place and was the
individual primarily responsi-
ble for the agency's first suc-
cessful CARF Accreditation.
She holds a master's in
gerontology and a master's in
social work from the


University of South Florida
and is licensed by the state as
a clinical social worker. She
resides in Nassau County '
with her husband Robert.
Sutton Place is a nonprofit
organization and has provid-
ed mental health and sub-
stance abuse services in
Nassau County since 1992.
More information can be
found at www.spbh.org or by
'calling the office at 225-8280.
Omnihires
The Omni Amelia Island
Plantation continues to
enhance its leadership team
with new associates joining
the destination resort along
with internal promotions.
Among the new team mem-n
bers are Randy Goshorn, real
estate sales executive;
Carolyn Heckel, real estate
program manager; Kathleen
Kelly, human resources man-
ager; Scott Colebourne as
director of tennis; and Paul
Niekelski, assistant director
of housekeeping. Promotions
include Katie Lane as graphic
designer; Marilou Beardsley
as recreation manager; Alan
Davis as executive steward;
Sarah Wegenast as trans-
portation manager; Jill
Powers as Community
Association Manager; and
Dorry Martin as catering
sales manager.
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visit omniameliaislandplanta-
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Muir designated
Scott Muir, director of
Amelia Island Management,
recently earned the designa-
tion as a Certified Manager
of Community Associations


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Certification for Community
Association Mangers.
CMCA is the only national
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designed exclusively for man-
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recognizes individuals who
have demonstrated the
knowledge and standards of
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EABC
The Etropean American
Business Club of Amelia
Island is scheduled to meet
twice this month, including
an outing April 22 on Amelia
River Cruises.
The regular monthly
meeting is 6-8 p.m. Thursday
at Amelia Ocean Front Bed &
Breakfast, 584 South
Fletcher. Cost is $12 per per-
son.
The April 22 cruise is 6-8
p.m. at Amelia River Cruises
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Island is a social club focused
on developing relationships
based on our joint American
and international heritage.
Goals include education, net-
working and building social
relationships that further
business development and
personal friendships. EABC
Welcomes all individuals
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heritage. Although club pro-
grams'often focus on
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In a report by CNBC.
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the 50 states in terms of being
friendly and attractive to busi-
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down by 10 major categories;
each state was then ranked
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life; economy; transportation
and infrastructure; technology
and innovation; education;
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quality of life (No. 31). educa- ming from the excessive
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Texas, North Carolina, Florida must continue t
Georgia, Colorado, attract new industries a
Massachusetts, Minnesota, businesses to revitalize
Utah, Iowa and Nebraska. The economy, which has be
neighboring states of North aged by the recent rece
Carolina and Georgia are New businesses and in(
quickly becoming formidable tries provide jobs, stren
competition for Florida, not our economy, and create
just in attracting new business- revenues.
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especially wealthy retirees, to be overly reliant on a
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been much more receptive to regularly moving here
new businesses and industry year, fueling construction
than Fernandina Beach. While ects and related industry
county officials have offered When the inflow of resi
lavish concessions to attract slowed, so did the state
new businesses and industry, omy.
city officials have been puni- The solution to a strut
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Anthony Holmes, right,
holds tight to his dish full
of Easter eggs at the
Florida State College at
Jacksonville Betty P. Cook
Nassau Center in Yulee.
Kiley Schofield, left, looks
for eggs in the courtyard
Thursday during the
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"As a professional maid, I
have the integrity to make
sure that everything, every
time, is done right and
according to my cus-
tomer's wishes," says Tina
De Leija of Domestic
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Women's Resource
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The Women's Resource
Center of Jacksonville has
expanded to include a satellite
office in Yulee. The expansion.
was possible through a dona-
tion of office space by Dr.
William McGrath, Jr., a doctor
specializing in obstetrics and
gyflecology.
The new Women's Resource
Center of Nassau is located at
850966 US 17 N., Yulee, FL
32097. The center is currently
open on Tuesdays, from 9 a.m.
to 2 p.m.
For more information, con-
tact Vickie Keeling, center
director, at 206-2993.
The centers provides a safe,
friendly and non-judgmental
environment where clients can
discuss their fears and concerns
and receive vital information
regarding their health, preg-
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When the Domestic Divas
say they're detail oriented,
they're not kidding. The check-
list for any residential job has 23
items on it.
Professionally trained and
bonded, the eight divas are
exceptionally thorough when it
comes to cleaning. They don't
just dust the furniture and vac-
uum or mop the floors, they also
dust all the nik naks, clean the
ceiling-fan blades and the base-
boards. And yes, they do win-
dows!
Head Diva Tina De Leija,
who owns several retail prop-
erties, formed the business.
"Between renters I have to
clean and/or renovate the prop-
erties, so I learned this trade
through practice. This led me to
open a turnkey business in
Georgia."
Now expanded into the
Yulee area, De l.eija explains
that turnkey cleaning is an oper-
ation that is 75 percent clean-
ing and painting and 25 percent
minor renovations.
What makes Domestic Divas
unique, says De Leija, is that
when it comes to knowing what
people are looking for in a clean-
ing service, she "gets it."
"I understand that my cus-
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The Fernandina Beach chapter of the Order
of the Eastern Star celebrates its 100th anniver-
sary April 29.
Their lodge was constituted on April 11,
1912.
Dr. Robert Norris founded the organization
in 1850 using biblical examples of heroic con-
duct and moral values that set forth the noble


principles he felt
should adorn the
personal lives of
Eastern Star
members. "
The stated
purposes of the
organization are
'charitable, edu-
cational, frater-
nal and scientific.
"The Order
has a charitable
foundation and


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take good people and
through uplifting and ele-
vating associations of
love and service, and
through precept and
example, build an Oidei
which is truly dedicated
to charity, truth and lov-
ing kindness


.as each calendar year starts in March, the
Worthy Matron chooses the community chari-
tv she wishes to support," said Shirley K.
lamsey, secretary, Past Matron and member
since 1974.
"We always have a booth at the Shrimp
Festival and our shrimp salad is pretty well-
known. This year we plan on adding a shrimp .
taco, too."
The local Eastern Star has provided support
to various local charitable organizations includ-
ing Hope House, Barnabas Center and Micah's
Place.
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"It's really a wonderful thing," says
Shirley Ramsey of the Order of the
Eastern Star to which she has belonged
since 1974.

have a specific relationship with a Mason
because the organization was originally estab-
lished for the female relatives of Masons.
Members must be 18 or older. Men must be
Master Masons and women must have a specif-
ic relationship with a Mason.
Those ties used to be restricted to the
daughter, wife, widow, sister or mother of a
Master Mason but now the Order allows other
relatives.
The lodge meets the first and third Thurs-
day, October through June, at 7:30 p.m. in the
Masonic Lodge building at 1101 South 14th St.
For information contact Shirley Ramsey at
(904) 849-7782 or visit floridaoes.org.
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Members Shirle'y
and her late hus-
band, John .
Ramsey, prepare
to participate in
the Veterans Day
parade aboard the
Eastern Star float,
above. Fernandina
Chapter #55
Order of The
Eastern Star will
celebrate its 100th
anniversary on
April 29 at 2 p.m.,
left. If you are a
descendant of a
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Democrats to meet
The Nassau County
Democratic Executive
Committee will meet
Thursday at 7 p.m. at
Democratic Headquarters,
Eighth and Date streets in
Fernandina. All registered
Democrats are invited to
attend.
Meet candidates
The Liberty Dwellers will
host candidates running for
county offices on Friday.
Candidates for sheriff, school
board and county commis-
sioner will be on hand to dis-
cuss the issues in the audito-
rium at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center.
The casual event will start
at 6 p.m. and will lead up to an
address by Rebecca Odell
Townsend, a constitutional
law attorney speaking about
the constitution and what it
means today at 7 p.m. O'Dell
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courts.
The event is open to the
public and free of charge.
There will be a silent auction
and refreshments will also be
available.
Additional information
about liberty Dwellers can be
found on the website
http://LibertyDwellers.Ning.
com. Contact Michele Kling
at 556-6982.
GOP executive
committee
The Nassau County
Republican Executive *
Committee is scheduled to
meet at 7 p.m. April 19 at the
County building, 86026 Pages
Dairy Road West, Yulee.
Candidates for Property
Appraiser will be present. All
Republicans are welcome.
Democrats to caucus
Nassau County Democrats
will caucus on Saturday, May
5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the
County Building, 86026 Pages
Dairy Road in Yulee to elect
delegates to the Democratic
State Convention. in Tampa
who will theta be eligible for
election to the national con-
vention in Charlotte.
Any registered Nassau
County Democrat may vote
and run for delegate. Call 261-


3364 or (904) 879-5163 for del-
egate forms and more infor-
mation or stop by party head-
quarters on Eighth Street.
Delegate forms must be
received no later than April
27.
Malcolm for Hartley
Bruce Malcolm, former
mayor of Fernandina Beach,
has endorsed Chris Hartley
for Nassau County Sheriff in
the 2012 election. "I feel as
though you are the only can-
didate that possesses the
qualities and integrity that a
good sheriff needs,"
,'Malcolm said in his endorse- ..
" men'."Your' orme(r law',
enforcement experience com-
bined with your successful
business ownership track
record will make you the best
sheriff possible. I believe that
you can start a movement in
Nassau County that will do
away with the good old boy
network and that you will
treat each and every citizen
with the same dignity and
respect. Running the sheriff's
office is a business and you
possess the skills and reputa-
tion to do it better than any
other candidate."
live chat
Nassau County Super'visor
of Elections Vicki Cannon
announced that her office will
provide another customer
service option to citizens
researching election and vot-
ing information on their web-


site at www.votenassau.com -
live chat. This proactive tool
will allow any visitor to the
website the immediate oppor-
tunity to request assistance in
locating information on the
website or request further
assistance if needed, Cannon
said.
During regular business
hours, Elections Office staff
will be alerted and respond
through an online messaging
system when a request is
logged. After business hours,
the requests will be logged
into the system for staff mem-
bers to respond to the next
business day. .. 4 ,
, "Itis our mission to pro-
vide exceptional customer
service to the citizens of
Nassau County," Cannon said.
"We feel that the new live chat
option will be a positive expe-
rience for the citizens who
request it by providing imme-
diate assistance And informa-
tion."
To keep abreast of upcom-
ing election and voting infor-
mation, visit www.votenas-
sau.com or call 491-7500, toll.
free (866) 260-4301, TDD
(904) 491-7510.
Blue Bag Lunch'
Local Democrats meet
each Wednesday at noon for a
casual "Blue Bag Lunch" get-
together.
Bring your lunch and join
them at party headquarters
located at the corner of
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WEDNESDAY, APR II11,2012 OPINION Ncws-Leader




The rubber (soul) hits the road


The Bill of Rights, the first 10 amendimlents
to our Constitution, have spawned many ques-
tions over the years: What did the Founders
mean by freedom of speech? Does the Second
Amendment apply to everyone, or just mem-
bers of a "well-regulated militia?" What exactly
constitutes "probable cause" re: searches and
seizures? We know that governments have the
right of eminent domain, but how do we define
"public use?" What does "speedy trial" mean?
Is the death penalty "cruel and unusual punish-
ment?"
Is the right to privacy one of those rights
"not enumerated in the Constitution" and
therefore guaranteed by the Ninth Amend-
ment? What powers do the states really have?
That ambiguous verbiage and soft lan-
guage, those broad phrases that are ofttimes as
unclear as a slow moving Georgia river after a
spring rain, are clarified, fortunately, by a U.S.
Supreme Court with final legal authority.
Locally, we have a charter, our constitution,
with a few broad phrases of its own. One of
those broad phrases, "... at the pleasure of the
city commission," is at once the most powerful,
least understood, loosely applied and most
ignored in the charter. At the commission
meeting on April 17, that phrase is going to get
a real test. To put things bluntly, that phrase -
how it's interpreted and applied is going to
determine who the next city manager is going
to be.
Consider:
The commission is on record as voting to
require a super-majority, a four-fifths vote, for


Hiring (he next city manager.
Qu, -iun If three comnmis-
Ssioners prefer a certain candi-
date for city manager and
three commissioners is a
S majority of the commission,
why wouldn't that majority
represent the "tileasure of the
commission?" If, then, the
DEBATE super-majority requirement
violates the "pleasure of the
AND commission principle," does-
TACKLE n't it by definition violate the
charter?
The commission prohib-
Ron Sapp ited the interim city manager
from applying for the full-
time manager position. Question: If three com-
missioners, again, a majority, like and appreci-
ate the job the interim has (lone and wait to
keep him on full-time, isn't the charter again
violated by the commission's prohibition?
Admittedly, I am a charter purist and find
no merit in the super-majority requirement nor:
the prohibition. Not only is there no merit in
either position, but I believe that both are clear
violations of the charter. The city manager is
hired by the city commission, works for the
city commission and is supervised by the city
commission; these are not commission-
imposed guidelines, but charter-mandated
requirements.
Many believe the super-majority require-
ment was a desperate effort to make sure a
particular candidate doesn't get the job. Well,


guess what, if three commissioners want to
hire that candidate, that's "the pleasure of the
commission," the other two just have to get
over it and move on. And if three commission-
ers want to hire the interim manager on a full-
time basis, same thing.
Some will say that the commission's deci-
sion to require a super-mnajority was the "pleas-
ure of the commission" and therefore, legit-
imizes it, same goes for the commission's
decision to prohibit tl}e interim manager fiom
applying for the full-time position. I disagree.
The commission can't vote to violate the char-
ter.
It's at this stage of the city manager selec-
tion process that the idealists among us urge
commissioners to put aside political agendas
and find a way to work with each other in
selecting the most qualified person for the job.
The realists among us know that, even though
City Hall has received oven 90 applications for
the job, it's going to come down to one of two
people, both eminently qualified for the job and
would make great city managers.
If you're an idealist, keep sending kumbaya
emails to commissioners and fellow club mem-
bers, cross your fingers and put on your
favorite early '60's folk music CD. If you're a
realist, get in touch with commissioners and
urge them to pick one of the two and get start-
ed on the budget process, word is it's going to
be tough.
Oh, for the realist I recommend some mid-
period Beatles, say the Rubber Soul CD.
Ron Sapp is a former city commissioner


VOICE OF THE PEOPLE


Keeping time


with the music

Banjo picker Earl Scruggs died the other
day. And if my daddy were around, he'd still
be observing a moment of silence.
Daddy admired anybody who was adept
at playing a banjo, a mandolin, a guitar, a fid-
dle or anything else that belonged in a coun-
try band. Earl Scruggs certainly was the
most adept of any at picking a banjo.
My Daddy picked a
mandolin and at one time
played and sang with a
S . band featured live on the
H radio in Athens, Ga., about
30 miles from Belmont, a
one-store community
where he grew up. Many
years ago, I wrote a col-
umn lamenting that I never
FROM got to sing with him on the
THE radio. After reading my
HOME sob story, l)cal radio per, _
OFFICE sonality invited Daddy and
me to sing on his show. We
turned him down.
PhillHudgins But I've always appreci-
ated country music. I had
no other choice. If the TV was on at my par-
ents' house, it was tuned to a western like
"Bonanza" or to a country music program.
like "Ozark Jubilee," the "Johnny Cash
Show" or the "Porter Wagoner Show,"
which featured Dolly Parton, whom Daddy
admired for more than her lovely voice.
Daddy also liked Lawrence Welk and his
bubbly singers. He liked everybody, I
should say, except Joe Feeney, an Irish-
American tenor whose songs sounded too
much like opera to suit Daddy's taste. When
Feeney sang, Daddy cut the sound off. I did-
n't learn to appreciate highbrow music until
I moved away from home.
Daddy grew up on a farm years before,
television, or electricity, graced Belmont,
Ga. For nighttime entertainment, he and his
folks read by lamplight, listened to a battery-
operated radio, played board games, pid-
dled, or actually talked to each other. They
also gathered occasionally in a bedroom or
the parlor to pick and sing. Best I remem-
ber, everybody the four brothers and one
sister played some kind of musical instru-
ment.
Like Jimmie Rodgers, the Father of
Country Music in the 1920s and early '30s,
Daddy became a railroadman. His was a
hard life, with long hours at work. The only
thing that saved him from railroading
around the clock sometimes was a law -
Daddy called it the "dog law" that forbade
working more than 16 hours straight with-
out a break. The railroad took a lot out of
him; Lucky Strikes took the rest.
I don't know if Jimmie Rodgers' music or
his occupation inspired Daddy. He never
said.
But I can picture a young Edwin Hudgins
sitting in a high-back straight chair in his
mama's kitchen, hands on his bony knees,
one fool keeping time with the music, as he
listened to Jimmie Rodgers on the radio.
Perhaps he dreamed of being on the radio
himself. If so, his dream came true.
I wish Daddy were heretoday to remi-
nisce about the greatness of Earl Scruggs
and Jimmie Rodgers and to hear me say,
probably for the first time, that I was proud
to be his son.
Phil Hudgins is the senior editor for
Community Newspapers Inc., the media com-.
pany that owns the News-Leader
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Dave's rant
In Dave's World (April 6) David
N. Scott characterizes the
Environmental Protection
Administration as "doofuses," "fanat-
ical nut jobs," "loons," "cretins" and
"inept federal blowhards." The basis
for his rant is the fact that the chem-
ical used in most air conditioning
systems, R-22, will no longer be
legal to sell in the USA and most of
the civilized world.
Scott must be privy to previous-
ly undisclosed scientific knowledge.
It would be a blessing to the rest of
us to learn the source of this new
technology.
In case Scott did not bother to
check, R-22 belongs to the class of
chemicals called CFCs. These
chemicals have been known since
1978 to cause depletion of the essen-
tial ozone layer that protects the
planet Earth from excessive UV
radiation. The banning of R-22 is
simply the latest step in eliminat-
o ing, this,threat to the health of
human beings. In past years'other
types of CFCs have been banned
from aerosol spray cans and as
agents to produce foamed plastics,
worldwide.
To state that the detrimental
effect of CFCs is "without verifiable
proof' is to deny years of uniform
evidence from experiments con-
ducted by both industry and aca-
demia, both here and abroad. In
addition, atmospheric observations
have confirmed that depletion of
the ozone layer has been controlled
over the'last 34 years by limiting
emission of this class of chemicals.
Since I was employed by one of
the U.S. producers of CFCs back
in the '70s, I know whereof I speak.
My employer, Union Carbide Corp.,
was distressed by the proposed ban
in 1977. But the science was so clear
that we joined the rest of the indus-
try in 1978 by quitting production of
the banned CFC products and sup-
ported the research that has result-
ed in replacements. The reason that
R-22 has lasted this long is simply
that it has taken all this while to
produce a practical alternate for
refrigeration and A/C.
But those opposed to any form of
governmental action to make the
environment more friendly to
human life will continue to rant and
rave, ignoring facts. What's next,
agitation against clean water regu-
lation and trash collection?
Alan Donaldson
Amelia Island

Hooray
Hooray to Commissioner Sarah
Pelican! Changing the super-major-
ity vote necessary to elect our next
city manager is a stroke of genius.
I can't believe no one else thought
of it! Commissioner Tim Poynter -
back when you suggested to the
freshman commissioners that it was
"time to start governing"'you'll be
happy to know at least one of them
was listening. Changing the super-
majority vote shows courage and
forward thinking. It shows that the


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new commissioner "gets it" and is
ready and willing to move our great
city forward, as one cohesive unit.
Fernandina Beach now has a
brighter future. Hooray. I believe
changing the vote to unanimous is
a really great idea. It'll ensure that
all the commissioners can work
with whoever takes over the city's
reins. It'll ensure that our city gets
the very best possible person out of
the almost 100 people that have
applied. It'll be wonderful for wait.
What? The commissioner wants to
change the vote to what? Oh, well,
I see, in that case never mind.
Tim Mclaughlin
Fernandina Beach

Tall ships
Tall ships are coming to
Fernandina Beach ("The first flag:
French," April 4)! Thanks to
Philippe Boets, proprietor of
P6tanque America and the inspira-
tion of Amelia Island Boules Club,
The Star and The Pretty Hen will
clock at the marina Friday, April27-
29. Upon docking, students from
St. Michael's Academy will greet
the sailors with song in French
and in costume. AIB club will treat
the crew to dinner at our local VFW
Friday evening.
On Saturday, plans are in the
works to provide tours through
town and to the beach for the sailors
as well as tours of the tall ships for
the public. Isle de Mai p6tanque
tournament takes place on Sunday
from 1-6 on the p6tanque courts


located at the south end of the river-
front parking lot. Come and greet
the sailors. Bring a chair and enjoy.
Learn about the French game of
p6tanque. You, too, may get hooked.
What a lovely way to spend an April
afternoon.
Juliet R. Brown
Ferriandina Beach

Compassionate care
A few years ago, we adopted our
dog Roxanne and began taking her
to the Amelia Islan'd Animal
Hospital for her checkups and
boarding. Dr. Jennifer Towles and
her staff have always been caring,
courteous and extremely helpful in
answering our questions and meet-
ing all our needs. Six weeks ago,
Roxanne was diagnosed with ter-
minal cancer. During this difficult
time, Dr. Mandy Kulbel was very
responsive to our questions and
phone calls, provided a high level of
care for Roxanne and was very com-
passionate when the time came to
say goodbye. We are so grateful to
Dr. Kulbel and the entire staff for
their help and thoughtfulness dur-
ing this difficult time.
Dave and IJnda Rogers
Fernandina Beach

Spring begins
My calendar has informed me
of the official beginning of this
refreshing season, although I've felt
it outside for a few weeks now. As a
Floridian, I know spring will be


short but it will also be time to break
out of your everyday routine,
release some stress, get out of the
office and experience nature in
Florida's state parks.
Take the time this season to
experience nature with all five of
your senses seeing Florida's vis-
tas, smelling newly bloomed flow-
ers, feeling the sand between your,
toes, hearing the sounds of children
playing and tasting the treats of your
picnic basket in a state park. Spring
is an optimum season to engross
yourself in the natural and cultural
resources of Florida's state parks.
There are so many opportunities
for new experiences and the spe-
cial places to continue your old fam-
ily traditions.
Sometimes it is a hike in the for-
est, a walk on the beach, building
sand castles with your kids, watch-
ing a sunrise or a sunset, grilling
lunch under a big oak tree, looking,
for a bird species to add to your life
list or paddling your canoe on a long
stretch of river. It's about immer-
sion, surrounding yourself with
nature and coming away with a
renewed appreciation for Florida's
splendor. Sometimes you need a
slow, relaxing experience, and
sometime you might prefer a fast,
exhilarating experience.
I encourage you to spend time in
Florida's award-winning state parks
this season. Savor the atmosphere
of spring and enjoy the Sunshine:
State in ... the Real Florida.
Donald V. Forgione,
Director


COMMUNITY THANKS


Animal Expo
The Nassau County Animal Expo Planning
Committee would like to thank everyone who
made this year's event a huge success. This was
our fourth year, and by far the best yet!
Many homeless animals met potential
new families, the public learned how impor-
tant our natural resources are, we discovered
the wonderful bond between service animals
and their handlers, received information
letting them know how important spaying and
neutering is and indulged in some great baked
goods.
Thanks to the generosity of local mer-
chants the silent auction raised much needed


financial support for the ILow Cost Spay/Neuter
Funld.
Our bake sale was a wonderful success and
helped raise money to assist homeless animals
with much needed shelter and medical care.
Much thanks to the city of Fernandina and
especially Donna Kelley for helping us at the
recreation departmllntit
We welcomed-over 500) people through the
front doors and hoped coach and every one had
a splendid time.
If you have any questions about our annual
event or need information please call 321-2267.
Nancy Douglas, President
Nassau County Animal Expo Planning
Committee


ThreeonThree
To all the 100) participants, community vol-
unteers, the dedicated team putting together
the Faith Christian Academy's second annual
Three on Three Basketball Tournament, we
extend our appreciation and thanks for making
this event a total success. The proceeds of Ithe
event are dedicated to assist in landing of schol-
arships for needy students planning on attending
Faith Christian Academy. A special thanks to
our sponsors and all lthe establishments that
assisted us in making th(lie event rewarding to
all.
Frank Marone, Director
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Nassau County Attorney
David A. Hallman was recent-
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president of The Florida Bar to
serve as vice chairman of
The Bar's statewide Standing
Commit tee on Professional-
isll. lBy cuistomll, the vice chair-
man selection means he will
become chairman the follow-
ing year. His term begins July
1.
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Bar's Professionalism Commit-
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Itllmember of
K its Ad Hoc
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develop) a
draft pro-
Hallman posed proce-
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Bar mem- -
bers, formalizing rules for civil-
ity and professionalism.
Hallman holds a preemi-
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M. Foster/Nassau County Inn
of Court, which is dedicated
to promoting professionalism
in the local Bar. He is a former
president of the Florida
Association of County
Attorneys and was appointed
Nassau County Attorney in
February 2007.


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77iefollowing report was com-
pilediby Angela D)aughlry, News-
Leader staff, from the April 5
court docket of Circuit Court
Judge Robert M. Foster.
William Anderson pleaded
guilty for best interest to aggra-
vated assault with a deadly
weapon and adjudication was
withheld. He was sentenced to
12 months community control
Level I followed by 36 months
probation. He must enroll in a
batterers intervention program
within 60 days, attend one
Alcohol Anonymous meeting
per week and consume no alco-
hol during probation. He-was
ordered to pay $1,500 to the
Victims Crime Compensation
Fund, $398 in court costs, $252
in surcharges and $100 to the
State Attorney's Office.
Blake Gage Brass was
served an affidavit and pleaded
not guilty to a violation of pro-
bation being served for dealing
in stolen property. In a second
case he pleaded not guilty to( a
violation of probation being
served for felony petit theft and
burglary of an unoccupied
structure. In a third case, he
pleaded not guilty to a violation
of probation being served for
dealing in stolen property and
retail theft over $300. In a fourth
case, he pleaded not guilty to a
violation of probation being
served for dealing in stolen
property and grand theft.
Johnny Lee Brown Jr.
-pleaded guilty to grand theft
and adjudication was wit held.
He was not prosecuted on a
charge of trespassing. He was
sentenced to one year proba-
tion and must have no victim
contact. He was ordered to pay
$398 in court costs, $150 to the
Regional Conflict Counse.l and
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office.
Richard Wayne Deloach
pleaded guilty to driving while
license permanently revoked.
A sentencing hearing is set for
April 19.
Garrett Lowell Hall plead-
ed not guilty to trespassing and


COURT REPORT
attempted burglary of a
dwelling. .
Jose (Reynaldo Jimenetz,
charged with felony battery,
pleaded guilty for convenience
to a lesser charge of misde-
meanor battery and was adju-
dicated guilty. He was senten-.
ced to time served in Nassau
County Jail and ordered to pay
$203 in court costs, $252 in sur-
charges, $150 to the State
Attorney's Office, and $150 to
the Public Defender's Office.
Lalasha Matrell Johnson
pleaded guilty to neglecting an
elderly person or disabled adult
causing great bodily harm and
was not prosecuted on a charge
of aggravated abuse of an eld-
erly or disabled person.
Adjudication was withheld and
Johnson was sentenced to time
served in Nassau County Jail
and ordered to pay $150 to the
Regional Conflict Counsel, $1(00)
to the State Attorney's Office
and $398 in costs.
Stanley Javan Jones plead-
ed guilty to possession of
cocaine and possession of con-
trolled substance parapherna-
lia and was adjudicated guilty.
He was sentenced to time
served in Nassau County Jail
and ordered to pay $498 in court
costs, $150 to the Public
Defender's Office and $100 to
the State Attorney's Office.
Anthony Adam Kegley
pleaded not guilty to grand theft
and burglary of a dwelling. *
Mark Justin Moore plead-
ed not guilty to felony driving
while license is suspended or
revoked, no motor vehicle reg-
istration, grand theft and crim-
inal mischief.
Michael Houston Mosley
pleaded not guilty to sale or
delivery of a controlled sub-
stance oxycodone.
Jamar I.a-Shaw Perkins
I)leaded guilty for convenience
to possession of cocaine and
possession of more than 20
grams ofcannabis and was adju-
dicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to 10 months in Nassau
County Jail with credit for time


served. He was ordered to pay
$498 in court costs, $150 to the
Regional Conflict Counsel and
$100 to the Stale Attorney's
Office. In a second case, Perkins
was served an affidavit and
pleaded guilty to two counts of
violation of probation being
served for burglary of a struc-
ture or conveyance,.dealing in
stolen property and petit theft
and was adjudicated guilty.
Probation was revoked and ter-
minated and he was sentenced
to 10 months in Nassau County
Jail with credit for time served,
to run concurrently with his
first sentence, and ordered to
pay $1,666.08 in outstanding
court costs.
Ashley Caroline Radigan
pleaded guilty straight up to
battery on a'law enforcement
officer, resisting arrest with vio-
lence and .disorderly intoxica-
tion endangering the safety of
another. Fhe court requested a
pre-senlence investigation. A
sentencing hearing is set for
May 3.
Elizabeth Michelle Scott,
charged with traffic in illegal
drugs 4 to 14 grams, pleaded
guilty for convenience to a less-
er charge of sale of a controlled
substance and was adjudicated
guilty. She was sentenced to 11
months in. Nassau County Jail
with credit for time served and
ordered to pay $498 in court
costs, $150 to the Regional
Conflict Counsel and $100 to
the State Attorney's Office.
Edward Russell Shires
pleaded not guilty to child
abuse.
Angela Marie Singletary
was served an affidavit and
pleaded not guilty to a violation
of probation being served for
grand theft and burglary of a
dwelling.
M Edwin Jackson Thomas
pleaded guilty to misdemeanor
criminal mischief and disorderly
intoxication endangering the
safely of another, and adjudica-
tion was withheld. He was sen-
tenced to time served in Nassau
County Jail and ordered to pay
S1,000 in restitution, $203 in
court costs, and $50 to the State
Attorney's Office.
Jack Wesley Tyson plead-
ed not guilty to two counts of
grand theft and two counts of
burglary of a dwelling.
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POLICE REPORT


This was written by Garrett
Pelican of the News-Leaderfrom
oral and written reports by the
Nassau County Sheriffs Office,
the city of Fernandina Beach
Police Department and other
agencies. Arrest indicates suspi-
cion of a crime, not guilt.
Anyone with information
about criminal activity can con-
tact the Fernandina Beach Police
Department at 277-7342 or the
Nassau County Sheriff's Office
anonymouslyby calling 225-0147
in Yulee and Fernandina Beach
or 879-2136 in Callahan,
Hilliard and Bryceville. The "We
Tip" program 1-800-78CRIME
also allows callers to leave
anonymous tips.

Aggravated battery
One Callahan man was
arrested and another hospital-
ized late Sunday following a
bloody altercation between the
two, according to the arrest
report.
About 9 p.m. deputies,
responding to reports of a
head injury at 542310 US 1,
found Edward Tackel of
Callahan bound to a stretcher.
Tackel had "several severe
puncture wounds to his head"
and his "skull could be seen
through his injuries," deputies
said.
While searching the area
surrounding Tackel's Old Dixie
Highway residence, deputies
saw a man with a scratch on his
face and wearing a bloodstained
gray sweatshirt leave the woods
and identified him as Wendell
Dale Thompson.
Thompson told deputies
Tackel hit him in the head with.
a beer bottle so he hit him with
his hands and "in the head with
a pair of Klines pliers." They
searched him and found a
bloodstained $20 bill, among
other items, according to the
report.
Contacted at Shands, Tackel
told deputies Thompson came
into his room and struck him in
the head with a whiskey bottle
and then a pair of pliers before
stealing $40.
Thompson said he .was
struck by a beer bottle in
Tackel's room, but no bottle or
shards of glass were found,
. deputies said. Instead, deputies
saw a broken whiskey bottle by
the couch and blood stains on
the walls, according to the
report .
tion,a Shands spokesman said
Monday.
Thompson, of 450963 Old
Dixie Hwy., is charged with
aggravated battery causing bod-
ily harm and armed robbery.
He is being, held at Nassau
County Jail on a bond of
$150,004.


GARRETT PELICAN/NEWS-LEADER
Eastbound traffic on A1A came to a halt about 2 p.m. Friday after a red Volkswagen
driven' by an unidentified woman ran off the road and rolled into the marsh near the *
Marsh Lakes subdivision just west of the Shave Bridge. The car's sole occupant, the
driver suffered minor cuts on her leg, the witness said. Deputies said the cause of the
wreck remains under investigation.',


Double fatal wreck
Two people were killed and
four injured in a single-car crash
about noon Saturday, accord-'
ing to the Florida Highway
.Patrol.
Troopers said two women
were pronounced dead at the
scene and four others were
transported to Shands Jackson-
ville after the right rear tire blew
on a 2001 Chevrolet Astro-driv-
en by Rodolfo VillaGomez of
Mt. Olive, N.C.
VillaGomez, 66, was driving
north on 1-95 near mile marker
380 when the tread of the tire
separated, causing him to lose
control of the van, troopers said.
The van traveled left from the
inside lane, crossing the mid-
dle, outside and emergency
lanes before hitting the grass
shoulder, where it overturned,
they said.
Four passengers, who were
not wearing seatbelts, were
ejected. Petra Rios, 43, of Mt.
Olive, N.C., and Irene Villigas,
53, of Mexico, were killed.
Angelica VillaGomez, 63, of Mt.
Olive, N.C., was listed in faiir
condition at Shands, a
spokesman said Monday. The
hospital did not have informa-
tion on the other occupants.
Drug bust
AYulee woman and Jackson-
ville man- were arrested
Thursday on a list of drug
, charges after their Chevrolet
Blazer, which was missing a tag,
was pulled over while north-
bound on US 17 near SR 200,
deputies said.
Stopped about 4:30 p.m.,
Julia. Waya, ,Andreui f
Jade-ohilldestofl deputies hi
vehicle did not have a tag
because he bought it recently.
Andreu, 48, consented to a
search of the vehicle where
deputies reportedly found a
clear crack pipe between the
car's occupants, a marijuana
roach near the passenger seat,
a piece of Brillo beneath the


passenger seat, a hydrocodone
pill in the passenger's suitcase
and a small plastic baggie inside
the car. 1
I ili6. -..i, i the passenger,
Rhonda Jean Opachick, 45, of
85365 Claxton Road, also placed
a small plastic container with
pill residue near a pay phone
when she got out of'the car.
Deputies said the pipe tested
positive for cocaine during a
field test. Opachick and Andreu
each told deputies the pipe
belonged to the other.
Deputies said "text mes-
sages were also found in Ms.
Opachick's cell phone boasting
the sell of her medications as
well as the sale of marijuana."
She told deputies the pill was
hers, the report stated.
Opachick is charged with
possession of a controlled sub-
stance, possession of cocaine,
possession of less than 20
grams of marijuana and pos-
session of drug paraphernalia.
Andreu is charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance and possession of drug
paraphernalia.
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vandalized .-'ii. lin m between
April 2 and 3, deputies said.
Church employees told
deputies that between 3:30 p.m.
April 2 and 7 a.m. April 3 some-
one entered the church located
at 96282 Brady Point Road and
damaged several items with a
total value of about $3,500.
deputies said desk drawers
and cabinets were rummaged
through. Damaged items
included artwork, trophies, a
copy machine, picture frames, a
laptop computer, a computer
monitor, several chairs, musi-
cal instruments, banners, tele-
visions and other computer
equipment, deputies said.
A newspaper rack posted at
Amelia Urgent Care, 96279
Brady Point Road, was dam-
aged as well.
Armed robbery
A Callahan woinan was
robbed at gunpoint April 4,


Savannah Grand is an assisted living
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M John Charles Lain, 46,
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Steven Dwayne Nelson,
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Angela Marie Singletary,
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Sheryl Lee Mali, 28,
Jacksonville, April 4, possession
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Monica Teri McCauley,
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Fernandina Beach, April 4,
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Dwayne James Barry, 40,
85581 Claxton Road, Yulee,
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Adam Travis Keagy, 31,
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caterpillars
.-e ^ rust my friend, artist goingon
Sandra Baker- inside. Soon
Hinton, to take her enough, you
S new nature hobby to caI see a
a zenith of activity! A year or ].I.. I ll 's
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joy of raising monarch butter- shape
flies. I've done it myself, too. h, '..... l tl the
Simple enough, you just need opaque lin-
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low striped caterpillar usual- WILD then one day
ly crawling on its host milk- WAYS the butterfly
weed plant and protect it ... emerges,
from predators. And, of dries its
course, keep feeding it milk- Pat wings and
weed leaves and sprigs, far Foster-Turley leaves its
more than it seems like a little shell behind.
insect can eat, but you'd be A butterfly is free again to flit
surprised. Eventually the from flower to flower drinking
caterpillar crawls up to the top nectar and entertaining us
of its holding area, attaches to with its glimpse of beauty.
a twig or anywhere else it can So that's F.u. ii, fi', Rearing
hang and tucks up into a "J" 101. Now you have to hear
form. Sandra's version! We're talk-
Overnight it seems to turn ing PhD level on this one!
into a silver chrysalis, its pro- Sandra started her degree
tective outer coating hiding innocently enough. She found
the metamorphosis that is a caterpillar in her yard and


SANDRA BAKER-HINTON/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER
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easy I had a few milkweed
plants in my backyard butter-
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Soon Sandra was spread-
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her Amelia Sanjon Art
Gallery on Third and Ash in
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need more milkweed for my
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weed to spare?" ,
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er had pruned back to the
ground a cluster ofmilkweed
plants near the museum. And
there, along with the drying
out stems,,she found, yet
again, more caterpillars. But
the weather was getting cold
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up cut milkweed were in real,
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minilkweed in her overcrowded
terrarium.
Most of these: caterpillars
have grown up and out and
have been released to her
yard to sip nectar and enjoy
their adult life here before
they migrate to other parts.
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Boets, Mirschel team up for Pirates, qualify for state tournament


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Fernandina Beach Hligh School senior Sebastian Boets in action for the Pirate tennis
team this season. He and doubles partner sophomore Benji Mirschel.qualified for the
state tennis tournament.


BETH JONES
News-Leader
Fernandina Beach High School's
Sebastian Boets and Benji Mirschel won in
No. 1 doubles at district to advance to the
state tournament Friday and Saturday in
Sanford.
"For these two guys to win our district
with Bolles and Bishop Kenny competing,
two programs that are always very strong,
is quite an accomplishment," said Matt
Schreiber, head tennis coach at FBHS.
"They've worked extremely hard. They
earned it and they deserve it."
Both FBI-IS boys and girls finished third
at district out of nine teams. The girls won
seven matches and lost five during the regu-
lar season while the Pirate netters were 11-
2.
At district, Amelia Wilson and Katy
Weaver scored points in singles for the Lady
Pirates. Alyssa Hopkins, Wilson, Emily
Rountree and Weaver all scored points in
doubles.
For the Pirates, Boets, Jonathan Booker,
Conner Cottle and Bradley Bean scored
points in singles and Boets, Mirscliel,
Booker and Cottle all racked up points in
doubles.


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Sebastian Boets, left, and Benji Mirschel
will represent FBHS in the state tennis
tournament this weekend in Sanford.


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OUTDOORS / TIDES


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The Fernandina Beach
High School baseball team
hosted its annual Diamond
Classic last week during
spring break. On Saturday,
the FBHS Pirates took on
the Hilliard Flashes. DJ.
Kiely, above, left, was on
the mound for FBHS. Jay
Farris, above right, with a
hit for Hilliard. Hunter
McKinnon, above, mans
first base. Brennan
Beckham, left, was the
Pirates' third baseman,
Mason Mottayaw, below
left, was at second and
short stop was Austin
Jones, below right. Brian
Clark, right, rounds third
for Hilliard.
BETHI JONES/NEWS-I.EaUm)ER


SOFTBALL


FDSL caps


season on


Saturday

Saturday will mark the
final day of the regular season
for the'Family Driven Softball
League. On tap is a full menu
of games with seeding posi-
tions on the line for next
week's "Championship
Saturday."
The first game will begin
at 8:20 a.m. as Christwalk will
come to bat against Springhill
Baptist Church. This game
was postponed a few weeks
ago due to lightning. With the
game restarting in the fifth
inning and SBC carrying a 10-
7 lead, Springhill can finish
the season with a winning
record if it wins this contest
and then defeats Lannie Road
Baptist Church in the 9 a.m.
game.
Six-win Journey Church
Team Two will take on the
Journey Church Team Four,
which has recorded seven
wins so far this season, at
11:40 a.m.
Other key battles will fea-
ture Celebration Baptist
Church Tearm Two taking on
The Journey Church Team
One as both teams are viewing
for the number one seed for
Championship Saturday. Both
teams have only one loss on
the season. This game will
take place on Field One at 1
p.m.
Another 1 p.m. matchup
on Field Two will feature a
very evenly matched game
between The Carpenters
House and Lannie Road
Baptist Church. Both teams
have two wins on the season.
Another game that should
be a fun contest from a spec-
tator's perspective will be the
seven-win Celebration Baptist
Church Team One taking on
the eight-win Yulee Baptist
Church Team Overflow. First
pitch for this contest is at 2:20
p.m.
The final game of the day
will feature two churches that
are roughly less than a mile
apart. Five Points Baptist
Church will take on First
Baptist Church of Fernandina
Beach at 3:40 p.m.
hn all, 14 teams will take
the fields this Saturday. There
will be a concession stand
serving hamburgers and
french fries as well as
I. ,ili. i Hathaway's "world
famous chicken salad sand-
"wiches."
Throughout the day
league secretary Ada Cook
w ill be -.1.... 11 .l n % ,i for
this year's "Christ Fellowship
Award" recipient. Each year
members of the FDSLIvole to
determine which team best
displayed Christ-like behavior
during the season.
The winning team is th'l
annountc'ed at the annual
FDSL1banqutl and presnlited
a plaque to hang in their
church.
For information on the
Family Driven Softball
League, contact president
Ernie Stuckey at 261-6083 or
visit www.fdslsofltball.org.


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3 OUTDOORS


Finch's king




of pompano'
p


P omapano are consid-
ered by inany" ,eairz
fishermen the pre-
mier targeted species
when Eshingin the surtf Byy
far, pompanm isthe best eat-
ing fish fishermen can hope
to catch from Florida7s. coastal
waters.
Jacksonvillte's Larry
Finch is considered one of
the best pompano, fshermenr
in Florida, often trawefing'to:
wherever present pompano
migrations are taking place.
Fin-m recently was a.guest
speaker at the Nassau Sport
FishingAssociation meetig-
and a frulT crowd of fish club
members bent their ears
whrilee- disclosed his entire
beach gsehtg etsbfer
Amelia Msland's Eavrrice surE
spe-es,. pAampann.
"Larry is so good in teach-
mg, our members bhjw to surf
fish,' nSFA Club presi-fanc
John Hartrich said.
"Amaaingly -arry enjoys
sharing his entire beach fish-
ing secrets and this is what
. makes his fishing seminars so
popular \
"Larry Fich. always draws
a crowd when we invite him
to our regutlr scheduled
Wednesday meeting.- A&r ahis
talk on pimpano ffshing, yot
siumptrwant to load upO our
surff-ishinggear and, head for
the surE"
Finch began hisi beach.
fishing seminary talking
-; ; S- T'; ', :ind r"eels.
0 bviously,. the secret ra catcr-
Rig any type of saltwater or
freshwater ftsh if fishing with:
the proper taclde.
prefer th6e really long
surf rods when beach fishing
for pompano, Fminch said.
"My surf trods are mud hole
blanksthat [ personafl- build
for beack shing. I empoyw
both li t- and t4-fbot surt rods
with levetwind casting reel
loaded wiRt 20-pound monofil-
ament ffshing-line.
"You simply have to fish
with a. surf rod that is at least
10 feet long so your fishing
line does; not drag in the
breakers- When a wave hits *
your fishing lne.it drags your
bait awa fronmtthe bar-where
the pompano and whidng are


T, also,
employ a
longssand
spike andL
once [Ihave
cast My pom-
pano bait out

O nMD sand bar,
w-llplaOce my
------ urfr.,o, in-
ety Zoa the samn1
spirke This
giv,- amy FishGrwUn.- ani ewsn
hiit_-r i.rsun and .aihr
away tIn) rou snagging breaking
waves betbw_
"'Keep inm mind thati mv
bang surf ads are ntE only
designed i&r making long,
cast barslicat.ri lr fir'-cm
the beact,.au their main pur-
pose is to hEtrld y fishing mline
high above the surit'.
*- m sianyatypes of fishing
conditim s, ffshi g with the.
proper bails is eyr to your
fishing success, particularLy
when targeting hard-to-catcht
beach pompano.
"Without a doubt, my
favorite bait ibr beach ffshng
is sand fleas," Finich- said. "E
have alAo learned to catict
these-select pompano, bahat
wi a custom sand ffeM rake
that. I hare persounalr
&esignedL 1 wfill wadr ou.it i i
samndfarlbcatedifose to the
beadk and position tfe wide
muoutf of the rake-onr the shal-
IFwsidKfeofthe bar: Once a
wave brings a sc!Toof ofsand
tleads or top .t tioe bhaurd wi
walk the Siandlfetake'at right
ower the bar"
Finif'hs sand flea rake cum-
sits of'an aluminum' fame,
that emplbyva. wide.e ntut
and large funne, net Once
FintmWs nmet is placed along
the bottom. andmwalked over a
flooding bar- it dbesat take
hint ungrtogathereemmnugkg
premium. baflts tfr a day of
surftshing-
"'ir some cases it is key to
keep your sand flea bait just
off from the bottom." Finch
explained. "L learned this
pompam) trick frtn a pair-of
Sotith Florida beacflishe r-
men whi were catching poi-
paon like E have never seen
before..


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SELIrAL PHTO-S3
ara and Bll Riggs fished in the surf thiis pst week at the soath end of Ameliaisland and camgt.this nice redfish
and excellent eating pompamo.


lairy Fins, lkt is pictuied witha pair of lite Taibot Island pompao. inch e oft t urf
f isheroa ie Sunshine State. particiB when trieti ompana. i.Tra Mis &arvestad this t~phy
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A closer look at their ter-
minal fishing tac kle revealed
a small foat that was ihread-
eid onu dieir [siting liie Just.
above their number tfoure rf
ishing hoolk Apparently the
sniall foat. which was about
the size of a fingernaiL kept
the barbed sand. flea-just off


r-tm the hotmm where.near-
, pomnpan) could find it bet-

'Once L have placeti, nimy
siurtf d in the- rof holder. i
wacyi the rdA tip: for signs of
a pompano strike:. Once a
pompanor takes-a fres sand
rea- E re in the slack fishing


line anm set thle book irmMl_
Actually employ a special .
Eage Claw semi-frccirce hoaok
ChaQ wonka,-ust fine lir pomur
pano- tisiiing.7'
Finch prefers the ast few
hoursofthe flood and the
first few hours of the facing
Otdes when targeting porr-


pano. He also offTersan exce-
lent video on surfffsfing that
can B&purchased by visiting
iais website. wwwi.ar-rytie-
fishman.coni.
The current bag limit ibr
pompano is sx per day withf
an 11-inc ftm inimrm s ize
limit.


SPORTS SHORTS


Vda Fitness will hold the annual. indiepen-
dance 5Katthe Omni Amelia Island Plantatiorn
July 4. TheSK race will begin at 8 arrm ardthe
onieqrie youth futrm run will: begin at 9 am. Start
and finish are at the Racqet Fark- parking lot
located. next to The Verandah Restaurant- The
course meandes througiT the treecarropied
resort "ocated at 6800 First Coast FHiy-.


Elm Sraeet Little League is holding, registra-
tion forthet6 springseasonfrormr 330-6&30p.m.
Monday throuuir Friday at.the MILKCent
Fee is $40- per child (1 te tra. for additional
sibling); T-ball (ages4-!8)registrationrris maw
operrthroughT IWay! Cstis $25fbr-T-all.Call"
President Wayne Peterson at 753-166l ,


Amelia Shotgun Sports,, 86301 IHot Shot
Trail; Yulee, is hosting; a youth sporting days
clinic June 2fram 9 a.m-. to 330 pnm, It is an-
introductory sessioata-theshating sport.
The fee is $60 per youth-adult pair arnd $30
for each additional youth and includes day tar-
gets; ammunition (12 or 20); use. of a shotgun,
and lunch. Justeight spots areavailablb so'
register early; deadline, is May 2S
Shooters ages T12-a-can participate with an
adult Included in the clinic are safety training.


and instruction by a certified NRA instructor, 50
clay targetlper individual; picaic-style lunch;
all shooting supervised by an experienced
shooter moming session including safety
instructorr, shotgun familiarization and opera-
tion and live firing at straight-away day targets:
a safety review and questiorr-and-answer ses-
sio during lunch; and arm afternoon session.
conducted in small' groups orrthe sporting
clays course supervised by arr experienced.
shooter
Shooters may use their own shotunr with
the approal of the instructor; a parent or legai
guardian must sign a permission slip. for the.
youthsh oaoerand the adult shooter must sicgarT
areasefonTm for both,. Call 753-46e19 or 548-
9aSortvisit ameliastotgunsports.coTm.


Nassau County Sports Assocation meets at
7 p. m. the first Tuesdav at the county building,
Yulea Call 26T- T Q75 or r277-60f 9

SlwinqFes-vai5KRun/Waik
The McArthur Family YMCA is hosting the
T8th annual Shrimp Festival 5K RunMWalk May
5 at Main Beach, starting at Eam: The event
includes a 5K run and 5K walk- along with a
1,.5-mile walk. Youth events include the one-
mile Katie Caples Memorial Run for kids 12
and under and the half-mile Popcorn' Shrimp
Run: for kids eight and under


All proceeds go to the Give to the Y
Campaign to benefit families and, children in
Nassau County. Registration is available at the
McArthur Family YMCA or online at Active
com. Forinformation call 261-1080 or email
rdeems@ffrstcaasymca. oarg


Nassau Challenger Bowling League for the
physically and mentally challenged meets the
second Saturday each month from 3--5 m. at
the Nassau Bowling Center in Yulee- Call
MelindaWillaford at 251-31,36


A hula, hoop workshop will beaoffered at the
McArthur Family YMCA on Amelia Island May
12. Registration is fram,8-8:45 am.; workshop
isfrom garm. to 5 p:m. There are halt day or
full-day sessions; hoops available for use or
purchase. Two-tracks available ages 10-13
and adults. Feesare $45 half day, $80 for the
full day and $75 if paid in advance by April 28.
Contact ETrra. Brutscher at (443) 415-1136
or EBrutscheri @comcast net

PuIt-Pu4MbUSfnesLlcfuW
Sign up your business,for the Putt-Putt
business league which opens its spring sea-
sorn May 1,. Four employees or customers, play
at 7 p.m: Tuesdays: different players may par-


ticpate each week. The season culminates
June 19 with the playoff championship. Fee is
$259 oer team. To enroll team, e-mail
aarrr@aaronbean.com.r


There are organized bicycle rides in
Fernandina Beach and around Amelia Island
Thursday starting at. amn and Saturdays
startingata:30rr'am., wether permitting. All
rides start front Main Beach. Park nearthe
miniature golf course. Cydists of all abilities
arewelcomrrThe ridewill be around 30 miles
with rest stops along the way andtoopsback
to the starting point at around 1T miles before
continuing on the remaining 20 miles of the
route. Luc a-aterthe ride is. oonal
Bicycle helmets and a bicycle ir good work-
ing condition are mandatory. Rides are led by
Don Epert in- conjunction with the North Forida
Bicycle Club. Call him at 2-1-516] or.visit
www.ameliaislandcycling.comn orwww.rrfbcus.

Borimeoub
Amelia island Boules Club holds petanque
pickup games Saturdaysat9:30'a.m., Wed-
nesdays at 5:30 p.m. and Thursdays at 3:30
p.m. on the petanque courts at the south end
of the downtown marina Petanque (pay-tank)
is a cousn of both horseshoes and bacce. the
Italian bowling game. The public is always wet-
cometo loin. Call 491-1190,


FERNANDINA SEACH TIDES

Tides, Sun &Moon: April 11-18, 2012


Maonrise 12:30A
Sunrise 7:02A
Mabnset I I:ISP' H
Sunset 7:51P
caanrise I-15A
Sunrise 7:IIA 'l
MansEEt 1I-07 T
Sunset 7:52P i
Macnrise 21 3A
Lot Quarter &SIA
Sunrmse 7:OOA
Mounset 7:09P
Sunset 7:521L


High:IIA S26 un. arise
w7:10A -.2,' S Sunrise
-H ighI.:30P &22 T 4/15 Monset
.aw 7:IT7 -0.14!' Sunset.
Htigh7-07A 6&1' O nonrise
aw 8:1 A 0.06' on. Sunrise
High T27'P 6.0' 4/16 Manset:
w 8:2P 0.22' unset
Hi 316A 6.57 3Tnr
Law 9-13A .26' Tue. Sunrse

l.aw 92&P 0.46'. I Sunset


55A,! High 48MA 6.30' I
&58A Law i0:13A 0.34' 1 W e .
2*9Pi Highr430P 5.8i9' f /
7:53P! Law iG:31P 0.57 4I


i Sunnse

Mconset
I Sunser


IBA3 High 5:09A
&57A LOw 11:08A
.7p HT 5:32,P
T754Fp Lw 1:31
Hi:07 gh 6:06A
&56A
4:03PLaw I2aP
7:54p High 6:28P
439LA Law 12:27A
6:5EA High 6:57A
4:.5p 1 Law 12:48p
7:55p High 7:18P
5:IIA LOw 1:18A
6:54A High 7:43A
5-52p Low 1:33P
7:56p High 8:03P


6.13'
0.34'
6.00'
0. 5

6.06'
0.29'
6.19'
051'
6.05'
0.22'
6.40'
0.42'
6.05" [
0.15'
&.58' |


I


Tide catcumaumns are ar Amelia Rver, Fernandrina Seach. N, corrections are necessary.
nm & MNoeon wst m a tre also laatm rfr Fernamlina Bm aclt.amlut actual times mnay vary because at lanrra ses.
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OUrTOOR BRIEFS


Dmmtmumament
The Nassau Sport Fishing
Association is holding its
annual Black Drum
Tournament through April 22.
Entry fee is .40 plus $ tO
for the tournament-within-a-
ournament..
For inirtmaution, Call
Deborah Biugs at 2064)i-087 or-
visit www.ilsiinmsfa.com.

BRnngsafefwase
flret' cCu'se tiited ".About
13i)atintg Sailyv" is being
il te-1tt by ltihe LS. Coast
Guart Auxiliary, Amelia
island Flotilla 1-tL.
'Fihe next course will begin r
May 19 with reisi ration at
7::;( a.m. Classes beg.tin at 8
1.11.m. bring a lunch for Ihte
sno-rt lunch break.
Slpon succ-sstuil comple-
tion ,o the course, partici-
pants will receive a state of
Florida Boating Safety


Education tidenfntication card.
which is good for life.
The class will be held at
the Amellia island Lighthouse
Cottage on O'Hkagan Lane.
between 215 and 217 Light-
house Circle. Fernandina
Beach.
Tile auxiliary is a volun-
leer organization promoting
boating safety. all Maurice
Beal at 735-0:122 foir informa-
tion.


Nassau Bassmasters .asso-
ciatei (vith the Florida Bass
Federation, the Bass
Feilderatin antI the LW.
mlets the tirsli Tuesday or
cvCry monil at Itih PFig Bal-B-
Que restau-rant in Callahan at
7 p.m.
Membershlip into ihe club
is open to anyone 16 yet'rs
old.. Call Bob Schlag at (912)
729-22S2 in Kingsiand, Aaron
Bell at (904) 545-5092 in


Callahan orFTim McCoy at
2614175 in Fernandina
Beach for-information on the
Nassau Bassmasters.

WAm I '
The Nassau Sport Fishing
Association meets at 7 p.m.
the second and fourth
Wednesday of the month at
the Ten Acres Kraft Athletic
Club. Call Deborah Biggs at
20i-08 17 or visit www.fishns-
fa.com.


Tile U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary. Amelia island
Flotilla Il -1. meets the first
thursday of each month in
ithe *melia Island Light-house'
Cottage, located on O'H-ta.gan
Lane. between 215 and 217
L.ig'hthiouse Circle.
New members- air- wel-
come. Call 261-1889 tor intfor-
mation.


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\\II I I -i.A A lI i11. 2012 SPORTS Ncws-lc (.dcr


Dandurand wins Wednesday



blitz, Boatright wins Friday


Fifty-six players came out
for last Wednesday's blitz at
the Fernandina Beach Golf
club. Ron Dandurand (78,
plus 12) took top honors. Jody
Greene (76) and liarry Luett
(80) tied for second at plus 7.
First-place team included
Dandurand, Rich Vreden-
burgh (87, plus 4), Tony
Jarzyna (90, plus 2) and Larry
Hli'nison (88, minus 2.
'tcond went to Garey
1)urden (83, plus 5), Claude
Hartley (94, plus 2), Dan
Nettuno (91, plus 1) and
Larry McCorkle (83, minus
1).
In third place were John
LaFear (73, plus 4), Jacque
Burette (99, .plus 3), Steve
Raszkin (87, even) and Pee
Wee Nobles (89, minus 1.
Fourth was captured by
Greene, Tom Gray (84, plus
2), Jack Croake (83, minus 1)
and Rudy Campanale (100,
minus 4).
Friday was a little chilly so
just 42 players showed up
with Ron Boatright (77, plus
8) taking first place. Four
players\tied for the next two
spots at plus 7 Rich
Vredenburgh (86), Roger
Smith (81), Jim McFarland
(89) and Hydie Peterson (76).-
First-place team included
Boatright, Vredenburgh, Jim
Raffone (80, plus 6) and Larry
Griner (91, plus 4). In second
were McFarland, Dan
Nettuno (88, plus 3), John
Bray (83, plus 2) and Larry
Gallo (89, even).
Taking third was the team
of Freelon Pate (88, plus 5),
Dave Mudd (84, plus 4),
Garey Durden (86, even) and
Tom Gray (86, even). Fourth
place went to Jody Greene
(79, plus 5), Allen Sage (82,
plus 5), Ron Therriault (90,
even) and Mike Lovejoy (89,
minus 2).

BhngFhlng
A full field of 52 ladies
played April 2 in the 2012
Amelia River Golf Club
Women's Invitational Bling
Fling. The competition was a
best gross and net ball of two
player team.
There were three flights
diamond, ruby and emer-
ald. Golf was followed by an
awards luncheon at the
Amelia River Clubhouse.
Linda Scott and Mary
Poole teamed up for first low
gross (70) in the diamond
flight. Second went to Marty
Wright and Dot Houk (79)
and in third were Melinda
McGrath and Pat Aylor (83).
First low net went to Lil
Zboyovsky and Sue Lansdell
with a 58. Carol Scavotto and
Sue Burke were second with
a net 61 and Maryse O'Brien
and Carol Kimmel were third
with a 62.
In the ruby flight, Gaye
Cripps and Jane Preston had
the low gross score of 84.
Helen Hirsch and Sandy
Pardue were second with an
88 and Linda Larabee and
Nancy Speck were third with
an 89.
Low net went to Salli
Roberts and Phyllis Watson
with a 59. Nancy Inboden and
Pam Giles were second with a
net 65 and Mary Jane Smith
and Susan Murphy were third
with a 66.
Low gross in the emerald
flight went to Maureen Olson
and Kay Shea with an 85.
Dianna Chiles and Leslie
Geiger were second with an
87. Fran Shea and B.J.
Murphy took third with an 88.
S* Low net went to Florence
Salerno and Patti Miller with
a 57. Jayne Paige and Betsy
Montgomery were second
with a 62 and Susan Spellman
and Pat Haley were third with
a 62.

Holeinone
Kate Wiest had a hole-in-
one on the Not. 13 hole at the
Golf Club of Amelia Island
Thursday She used a 35-
degree hybrid to make the
shot of 90 yards.

Habitatourney
The inaugural Nassau
County lHabitat for Humanity
GolfTournament May 12 at
Amelia National Golf and
Country Club. Applications
must be received by April 27.
Check-in is at 11:30 a.m.
with a shotgun start at 1 p.m.
Tournament will be a scram-


ble formal with all proceeds
'.. I, Illi;c the NCIIII
Building Fund.


GOLF NEWS

Cost is $90 per person and
includes round of golf with
cart, box lunch and drink tick-
et and range balls. There will
be a hole-in-one contest spon-
sored by Ron Anderson
Chevrolet, putting contest,
closest to the pin and long
drive. Both contest and hole
sponsorships are available.
For information, contact
Bill Johnson at 415-6298 or
Mark Sobolewski at 491-9824.

Shidners chatytourney
Fernandina Beach'Shrine
and Nassau County
Professional Firefighters
IAFF Local #3101 will hold
the annual Shriners Charity
Golf Tournament April 21 at
the Fernandina Beach Golf
Club. Fee is $75 per player.
Lunch will be provided.
Registration is at 8 a.m.
Shotgun start at 8:30 a.m. For
information or to sign tip, call
Doug Blackborn at 321-0306.

TeeoffforCIS
The Drive for Success
inaugural golf tournament
will be held May 14 at noon at
the Amelia River Golf Club.
The event benefits Commu-
nities In Schools of Nassau
County, a comprehensive
drop-out prevention program
that directly serves more than
3,600 students annually.
Fee is $600 for a foursome
and includes cart, golf, box
lunch and all-you-can-eat-and-
drink beer and wings at the
award ceremony. For spon-
sorship opportunities or to
register a foursome, call 321-
2000.

Focus on Recovery
The inaugural Focus on
Recovery Golf Tournament
will be held June 15 at the
Golf Club at North Hampton.
Shotgun start is at 1 p.m.
Format is an 18-hole captain's
choice. .
McPherson Counseling
Services is a 501(c) (3) non-
profit organization that pro-
vides a substance abuse, out-
patient treatment program
with group, individual and
family therapy. Call 753-1599
for information.

COAMemorilal Day
Score one for the Council
on Aging through the Charity
Golf Tournament May 28,
Memorial Day. The event will
be held on the Ocean Course
at Omni Hotel and Resort on
Amelia Island Plantation.
' Entry fee for a four-person
team is $500; individual entry
$125. Mulligans are available,
three tickets for $10. Putting
contest tickets are $5.
Registration is from 8-9:30
a.m. Fee includes green fees,
carts, range balls, cart bag-
gie, lunch and awards.
Shotgun start is at 10 a.m.
Box lunches will be delivered
on the course at noon.
Beverage carts (cash only)
will be on the course as well.
The awards ceremony is
from 3-4 p.m.
Prizes for top 10 men's
teams and top three women's
teams. Prizes include rounds
of golf and restaurant gift cer-
tificates, raffle ticket drawings
for new drivers, woods, put-
ters, golf bags and other
exciting items like fly-away
lunches, fishing charters and
more. Must be present to win.
Hole sponsorships are
$100. A custom sign will be
placed on the tees and
greens. To sponsor a hole,
contact Jeff McDowell at 261-
0701, ext. 117, or jmcdow-
ell@coanassau.com. For infor-
mation on the tournament,
contact Broc Nell at Omni
Hotel and Resort on Amelia
Island Plantation at 277-5907.
To register online go to
www.coanassau. comn.
Deadline to register is May
23.
This event will raise funds
for COA's five outreach pro-
grams and running its senior
centers in Nassau County.

Chamber tournament
The Greater Nassau Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce will
hold its 21st annual golf tour-


nament April 27 at Deerfield
Lakes Golf & Country Club in
Callahan. Formal is a four-
person captain's choice.


Reg'istrationt is al 8 atm.
shotgun start is at 9 ai .m.
Games, prizes, dinner ililand
awards follow tournament
play. Call (904) 879-1441 or
e-mail info(a)grcal(rnas-
saucoutily.com for informa-
tion.

Humane Society
The fifth annual Nassau
HIumane Society Golf
Tournament at Long Point is
at 1 p.m. May 14. Format is a
four-person handicap scram-
ble, captain's choice. The
tournament is open to men,
women and mixed tenants.
Form a team or be paired.
Entry fee is ,150 per play-
er, which includes golf, cart,
treat bag, lieavy hors (d' oeiu-
vres, wine, cash bar, silent
auction anld- one guest lor
evening festivities at thi new
clubhouse at l.mig Point.
Additional guests are invited
to the reception 'for $40 lper
person.
Contact Mike Clower at
' 1I. . I 1, ,, i ..N l ... ,i i 1 n r


HOOPS CHAMPS


SUBMITTI AI)
Fab 4 was the Faith Christian Academy 3-on-3 basketball tournament's 12-and-
under division champion. The tournament was held March 31 and April 1 at the
McArthur Family YMCA in Fernandina Beach. Bryan Alvard, far left, headmaster of
Faith Christian, and Frank Marone, director of Gatekeepers of Destiny Foundation,
far right, present medals to Fab 4, which includes, from left, Coach Mark Gleason,
Gavin Gleason, Dennis Perkeci, Josiah Johnson and William Ferguson.


2012 SCHEDULES

FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL April 19 at Paxon 6:00 April 26 District 4-4A at West Nassau
Softball April 24-6 District at West Nassau
Apni 12 at Ed WVie 6:00 Senior night FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL
Apinl 13 UNIVERSITYCHRISTIAN 700 Track and Field
Apnl 17-19 District 4-4A at Yulee FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL April 12 Distnct 3-2A at Raines 2:00
Varsity Baseball April 19 Region 1'-2Aat Bolles 1:00
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL Apnl 11 BOLLES 7:00 April 28 State 2AatUNF 10am
Varsity Baseball April 13 at Suwannee 6:00
Apnl 12 ENGLEWOOD' 600 ApnI 17 ATLANTIC COAST 7:00 FERNANDINABEACH HIGHSCHOOL
April 16 at Ed White 600 ApnI 19 at Fleming Island 4:00 Weightlifting
Apnl 17 at First Coast 530 Apnl 24 Distnct 4-4A at West Nassau April 20-21 State 1A at Kissimmee TBA


261-2217.

TPC Nassau discount NEWS
Nassau Countly residents LEAD ERI
can save $15 off each ticket
purchased to iThe Players-
Championship while ,25 per
ticket is donated to Family
Support Services of North
Florida to help Ifoster chil-
den. he dis, rotit 'I'PC THE ST JOHNS RIVER WATER
dren. 1'he discounted I TPC MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
tickets can be purchased (DISTRICT) GIVES NOTICE OF
online at chipinforyouth.com RECEIPT OF THE FOLLOWING I
PERMIT APPLICATIONSS:
through April 2:1 using FSS Standard General and
discount code TPC2VV4. Standard ERP Permni
S i Applications
TIPC tickets regularly sell Stokesvile Florida Land LLC
for $55 each, but are available 3998 Co Rd 119. Bryceville, FL(
for $40 with the FSS discount. 32009 application i# 40-089-
130240 1 The project is locat-
The tickets can be usedt any edlin NassOiu County Section I
day of Ithe' tournanltant May 7- :2 toowrchip I Souli Ran ge
3 East ,ml in cludes 10.0
13 at TPC Sawgrass in Pointoe ,. ,the nviionrnenltai
Vedra Beach. Resour-e Polnit a1pplc titon
is for th. constrlucht n of 3su1-
Admisisioni is tree flor chilC- iscor h ma m tnit, syt-i
dl'en 188 and ili erif whiel temn to serve a commercial
accompanied by a ticketed development known as
Stokesville Florida Land. LLC
adult. Borrow Pt.
FSS is the lead agiencly for "he files) containing the
permit appication(s) are aval-
loster care, adoption andtI aml- able for inspection Monday
ily preservation in Nassau through Friday, except for
and Duval counties. With a Dishct holidays 8 a in. to 5
p in at the District's
local office in YuleeC, FSS pro'- Heacdqucaters 4049 Reid St.
vides services and care to Palatka FL 32177-2529. YouL
nay also viev files at one of
local foster children and the District s Service Centers
works with SllItril.link. f11mli- but you should call Service
'< t1 11b'l l n ;r : i, ir ,,nc1 tO
lies to eniiabl twllim In bc e ik s that the ties ore at
stabilized and self-sufficient, a specac Service Center.
thereby keeping them from Service Center contact infor-
Smation is available online at
cnltering the child welfare sys- !loridas,.uater com/contac-
ten. tlus/offices html Additionally


Display Advertising deadline for Wednesday Is 3 p.m. Friday
Classified Advertising deadline Is 5:00 p.m. Monday.
Display Advertising deadline for Friday Is 3 p.m. Tuesday
Classified Advertising deadline is 5:00 p.m. Wednesday.
Please call 261-3696 to place your advertisement



LEGAL NOTICES


most permit application file
documents can be viewed
online at
floridaswater.corn/permit-
ting/index.htrnI.To obtain infor-
mation on how to find and
view permit application file
documents, go to the HELP
tab in E-Permitting and click
on Support and FAQs and
then follow the directions pro-
vided under "How to find a
Technical Staff Report (TSR) or
other application file docu-
ni ents."
The decision on Standard
General and Standard permit
applications will be made at
the District's Service Center
where the application is
processed, unless the appli-
cation is upgraded to an
Individual permit as explained
below. A substantial objection
to a Standard General or
Standard permit application
must be made in writing and
filed with (received by) the
Director, Bureau of Regulatory
Support, PO. Box 1429, Palatka,
FL 32178-1429, or by e-mail at
applicationsupport@sjr-
,,vmnd.com, within 14 days of
notification of the application.
Px, i r-id .-1ilher the
Permit Application number or
the Project Name in the objec-
tion. Notification of the appli-
cation is either the fifth day
after the date on which the
written notice is deposited in


the U.S. mail (for those persons
who receive actual notice by
U.S. mail), the day the notice is
emailed (for those persons
who receive actual notice by
email), or the date the notice
is published in the newspaper
(if actual notice is not provid-
ed by ,U.S, mail or ernail). A
"substantial objection" means
a written statement directed
to the District that identifies
the objector, concerns hydro-
logic or environmental
impacts of the proposed
activity, and relates to appli-
cable rule criteria A timely
substantial objection will cause
the Standard General or
Standard permit application
to be considered an applica-
tion for an Individual permit. If
the District receives a timely
substantial objection from you
then you will receive written
notice of the District's intend-
ed decision on the permit
application.
Please note that decisions
on Individual permit applica-
tions will be made either by
the District's Executive Director
or designee (for those appli-
cations which are recom-
mended for approvaO) or by
the District's Governing Board
(for those applications which
are recommended for derial).
For Individual permit appli-
cations, you are advised to
notify the Distict within 14 days


of notification of the applica-
tion(s) if you have questions.
objections, comments, or infor-
mation regarding the activity
proposed in the permit appli-
cation If you make a written
request to the District for addi-
tional information regarding a
specific permit application,
you will be provided an oppor-
tunity to obtain the available
information. Please note that
filing a written objection does
not entitle you to a Chapter
120, Florida Statutes, adminis-
trative hearing.
Notice of intended (prc-
posed) District Decision will be
provided to persons who have
requested individual notice. A
request for individual notice
of intended (proposed) District
Decision on the application
must be received by the
District's Director of the Bureau
f Regulatory Support prior to
he date the notice of intend-
,ed (proposed) District Decision
is generated.
Victor Castro, Director, Bureau
of Regulatory Support
St. Johns River Wate'
Management District
It04-11-2012
0518
News-Leader deadline
for Legal Notices is
noon Fridays
LEGALS CONTINUED
ON PAGE 4B


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Time Network 0p-'::0"pni GO.Fto win one. Garcia told Spanish Turned Professional: 2003
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Fri, 4/13 3:00pm-6:00pm GOLF the Masters that he doesn't think he's 2012 Earnings: $3,124,138
Sat, 4/14 3:00pm-6:00pm CBS capable of winning a major, and he didn't back off the PGA Tour Wins: 4
Sun, 4/15 3:00pm-6:00pm CBS comments Sunday "Everything I say, I say it because I
feel it," he said, "If I didn't mean it, I couldn't stand here
and lie like a lot of the guys do. If I felt like I could win, I Through April 8, 2012
would do it." He has hardly been a washout, with 10 1) Hunter Mahan
What California golf course is victories on the European Tour and seven on the PGA
nicknamed 'Hogan's Alley'? Tour, but he has never quite lived up to his star billing. At uL 1,379 pts. / 3 top tens
S 32, lie's 0-for-54 in1 the majors. Not that he hasn't had R 2 at n
a) Riviera c) Pebble Beach chances. He finished in the lop 12 at the last three 2) Bubba Watson
b) Pinehurst d) Shinecock majors of 2011. "I'm not good enough, and today I know 1,322 pts. / 4 top tens
it," he said. "I've been trying for 13 years, and I don't feel
Answer: a) "Hogan's Alley" is a nickname for the capable of winning, I don't know what happened to me 3) Phil Mickelson
Riviera Country Club because of Ben Hogan's Maybe it's something psychological. I'm not good 1,136 pts. / 4 top tens
success there, enough for the majors."
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L s-.t:.P1.056 pts. / 4 top tens
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shot in the arsenal of the amateur golfer. The main cause for the shank is that the 5) Rory Mcllroy
l dublace remains open through impact. When we strike the ball, the hosel of the dub, is 1,045 pts. / 3 top tens
what hits the ball. Consequently, the ball shoots off atvirtually a 90 degree angle to the FedEx Cup Standings continued...
trajectory that we are expecting when we line up to hit it. One of the easiest fixes to the Player Points Top 10s
problem is to position the ball in the hosel of the dub and attempt to hit the ball with the 6) Kyle Stanley 954 2
toe of the club. What this accomplishes is that it makes you bring the dub back to the ball from the 7) Justin Rose 948 3
inside. The other bit of advice is to make sure that your left forearm rotates completely through impact. 9) Tiger Woods 876 2
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LEGAL NOTICES


NOl ICE OF APPLICATION
FOR ltX DEED
I 'I.lCLE IS HEREBY GIVEN
il: lI[.lRRY QUATTLEBAUM
II ,- I *Id it or ti'e following cer-
iin ,idi (;) I ins filed said certifi-
< i oi a tax deed to be
,i Ihoon The certificate
nii imlot(s) and year of
i' Mr the description of
II i.r, apol Irty and the name(s)
ii-n .Iiich it is assessed are as
follo\,.s.
Fil Number: 2012-004-TD
l--i Iil- into Number: 2720
PoI,', I Number:
IL0 no ,i0-0860-0005-0000
V, of Issuance: 2008
I' c option of Property:
I. 5 1HOMAS MANOR
PF, 3/,I3;'
As, ,.s;ed To:
ElillIH D. CROWLEY EST
All of the above property is
Io. ",fitd in Nassau County, in
i. I-, ,- itate of Florida.
Unless such certificates)
ih-]li bi redeemed according
I, i'" the property described
i :. In certificate or certifi-
i -s will be sold to the
Hiho'st Bidder at the MAIN
EllTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
il1NlY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
7o.le VLI1ERANS WAY, YULEE,
II on lhe 1st day of May 2012,
bov'.'iee'n the hours of 11:00
anm ,a-nd 2:00 p.m.The Clerk of
(Cout's Ofice Policy is to hold
the ,sle at 11:30 a.m.
,I.- IN A. CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY
(LERK OF COURT
BY RHODA GOODWIN,
DEPUTY CLERK
ir you are a person with dis-
('iiin, i,\ho needs any accom-
n io,l itlo i'n order to partici-
p.kilt ihis proceeding, you
r ,i entitled, at no cost to you,
I, liv 1 provision of certain assis-
tion,- Please contact the
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548-
4i,00 i pess 0, at least 7 days
,iole y-' our scheduled court
a,it trance, or immediately
LulI receiving this notifica-
Ti n1 the time before the
sh i-:'iil.ed appearance is less
tihn 7 days: if you are hearing
01 \ ice impaired, call 711.
4l 03- 8-2012 & 04-04-11-18-
"ill


IN I1HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR NASSAU COUNTY'-
FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.: 11-CA-379
lEi.E S1 BANK FSB,


",1 KNOWNN HEIRS AND OR BEN-
EmIL ARIES OF THE ESTATE OF
IRUI; DFLI CHARLTON, et al,
('I- indants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
1' UNKNOWN HEIRS AND OR
F-l-,l-FICIARIES OF THE ESTATE
OI RUBY DELL CHARLTON
L Ai ADDRESS UNKNOWN
CURRENT RESIDENCE
UNKl'kNOWN
',IU ARE NOTIFIED that an
tih, n for Foreclosure of
Mortgage on the following,
described property:
L OT I1-B OF NATURE'S WALK
L,'C(-ORDING TO THE PLAT
iHIREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 202-203,
, THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
F:.- -AU COUNTY FLORIDA
i bpen filed against you
1 are required to serve
!'I v r your written defens-
Sw to it, on Marshall C.
;t- ; PA.. Attorney tfo
Flannlrr whose address is 1800
NW 49th STREET, SUITE 120, FT.
LAUDERDALE FL 33309 on or
before May 4, 2012, a date
which im within thirty (30) days
-r the first publication of this
lNotic in THE NEWS-LEADER
in ,d ile the original with the
(ClrkI of this Court either before
S -r. ,' on Plaintiff's attorney or
iwn's.-niotely thereafter; oth-
oi.i c- a default will be
ri-'. I against you for the
-r il, ,rienanded in the corn-
pli r."1
If iou are a person with a
,l,,hilitv who needs any
m, mnodation in order to
il, rThpate in this proceeding,
are entitled, at no cost to
the provision of certain
is ',.rince.Please contact the
Sf'[ Coordinator at crtin-
Tr' ol.net or (904) 630-2564,
i, ;r ast 7 days before your
-. di led court appearance,
or immediately upon receipt
of Thi, notification if the time
before the scheduled appear-
ance is less than 7 days; if you
are hearing or voice impaired,
call711.
Wl NESS my hand and the
s"nl of this Court this 27th day
of iAarch, 2012.
John A. Crawford
As C irk of the Court
By /./ Pam Jones
A's Deputy Clerk
2i 104-04-11-2012
0502 '

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 10-CA-000631
FAC HOME LOANS SERVICING,
I1P FKA COUNTRY WIDE HOMA-
LOANS SERVICING, LP
Plaintifl,

liAMES A BRANNING, ET AL.,
[ '.f ndants
NOTICE OF ACTION
i11 Ih following
DF':f,'rinnt(s):
UNitICIWN SPOUSE OF
IAM/S A BRANNING (CUR- -
I,' F i I'F SIDENCE UNKNOWN)
I r.l nIiown address: 3115
I.l'i ,: I I reek Drive,
,ldileburg, FL32068
V,11 ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
tl ict an action for Foreclosure
Iof MIIqage on the following
d0 crlibed property:
/A ,,PORTION OF SECTION 38,.
TV i/I'SHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE 28
FAl I IASSAU COUNTY, FLORI-
IV' li BlING A PORTION OF THE
FI,CRIPTION RECORDED IN
THF PIIiLIC RECORDS OF SAID
( J;UNIY IN OFFICIAL
I:lC:OIDS BOOK 156, PAGE
'(ii, :,AID PORTION BEING
Ml'oP PARTICULARLY
FDE ,RIBED AS FOLLOWS: FOR
/A 11i l OF REFERENCE COM-
lMI i .F AT THE NORTHWEST
,' rlIFR OF SECTION 38
A' RIFMENTIONED AND RUN
I' 'Pill 87 DEGREES 31' EAST
N' 1W-1 EHE NORTH LINE OF
,,af ;I-CTION A DISTANCE OF
'm0/ IFET TO A POINT WHERE
,i NORTH LINE IS INTER-
:,,il' i'Y THE EAST RIGHT OF
mil'./' I.Hi OF STATE ROAD-NO.


:l/ (/, 100 FOOT RIGHT OF-
'l"/) 11U11 THENCE SOUTH 1
I, H" 17'EASTALONG SAID
'I ,I-1 Hi. i WAY A DISTANCE OF
lu E1 TO A POINT WHERE
I, i A:T RIGHT OF WAY IS
1II l i ,FCTED BY THE NORTH
FrI .1Hi f FWAY LINE OF DUR-
D['ll ,'AD ( A 32 FOOTRIGHT
Si.) RUN THENCE NORTH
E ES 09' EAST ALONG
II QRTH RIGHT OF WAY A
I !HE OF 550.0 FEETTOAM
I I1IPE FOR THE POINT OF
I1 IIII NG, FROM THE POINT
BEGINNING, THUS.
I PED, CONTINUE
1 11187 DEGREES 09' EAST
/: 14 : SAID RIGHT OF WAY
I I' 1I DISTANCE OF 200.0 FEET


TO AN IRON PIPE. RUN THENCE
NORTH 1 DEGREE 47' WEST A
DISTANCE OF 130.0 FEET TO AN
IRON PIPE, RUN THENCE NORTH
87 DEGREES 09' WEST A DIS-
TANCE OF 200 FEET TO AN
IRON PIPE, RON THENCE SOUTH
1 DEGREE 47' EAST A DISTANCE
OF 130.0 FEETTO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. TOGETHER WITH A
1995 MOBILE HOME VIN NO.
GAFLR05A22927CW. A/K/A
96135 DURDEN ROAD, YULEE,
FL 32097
has been filed against you
and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defens-
es, if any to Adam G. Levine,
Esq. at VAN NESS LAW FIRM,
PA., Attorney for the Plaintiff,
whose address is 1239 E. NEW-
PORT CENTER DRIVE, SUITE
#110, DEERFIELD BEACH, FL
33442 on or before May 4,2012
a date which is within thirty
(30) days after the first publi-
cation of this Notice in the
NEWS LEADER and file the orig-
indal with the Clerk of this Court
either before service on the
Plaintiff's attorney or immedi-
ately thereafter; otherwise a
default will be entered against
you for the relief demanded in
the complaint. This notice Is
provided to Administrative
Order No. 2065
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
partidpate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance. To request such an
accommodation, please con-
tact Court Administration at
least three business days prior
to the required service by
using one of the following
methods: Phone (904) 630-
2564; Fax (904) 630-1146;
TTD/TTY (800) 955-8770
(Florida relay Service). E-Mail -
crtintrp@coj.net.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of this Court this 15 day of
March, 2012.
JOHN A, CRAWFORD
CLERK OF COURT"
BY /s/ Pam Jones
As Deputy Clerk
2t 04-04-11-2012
0503

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASENO. --
45-2010-CA-001041
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,
7406 Fullerton Street, Suite 201,
Jacksonville, Florida
Plaintiff,
vs.
CURTIS W. BRAY, JR, MARY A.
BRAY THE UNKNOWN TENANTS
IN POSSESSION OF 36153 Rustic
Acres. Callahao Rorida 32011,
ALLTEL COMMUNICATIONS,
INC., A Florida Corporation.
d/b/a ALLTELL MOBILE, and
NASSAU COUNTY A POUTICAL
SUBDIVISION OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
pursuant to Plaintiff's Final
Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the
above-captioned action, I will
sell the property situated in
Nassau County, Florida,
described as follows, to wit;
EXHIBIT "A"
A PORTION OF LOT 6, HOLI-
DAY TIME. UNIT ONE, NASSAU
COUNTY FLORIDA. ACCORD-.
ING TO PLAT RECORDED IN THE
PUBLIC RECORDS OF SAID
COUNTY, IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE
14.
SAID PORTION BEING MORE
PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: FOR A POINT OF
REFERENCE COMMENCE AT
THE SOUTHWESTERLY CORNER
OF SAID LOT 6: AND RUN
NORTH 70 DEGREES 27 MIN-
UTES EAST ALONG THE
NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF- WAY
LINE OF HOUDAY TIME ROAD
(A 60 FOOT R/W), A DISTANCE '
OF 6.48 FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING. FROM THE POINT
OF BEGINNING THUS
DESCRIBED CONTINUE NORTH
70 DEGREES 27 MINUTES EAST
ALONG THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-
OF-WAY UNE OF SAID HOUDAY
TIME ROAD, A DISTANCE OF
213.32 FEET: RUN THENCE
NORTH 47 DEGREES 15 MIN-
UTES WEST, A DISTANCE OF
311.20 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 44
DEGREES 18 MINUTES 22 SEC-
ONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF
133.48 FEET; RUN THENCE
SOUTH 32 DEGREES50 MINUTES
EAST, A DISTANCE OF 222.55
FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING. THE PORTION OF LAND
THUS DESCRIBED CONTAINS
1.00 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-
TAIN 1997,70 X 28 BAY MANOR
MOBILE HOME, SERIAL NO.:
FLHMLCB104015948AB.
Commonly known as: 36153
Rustic Acres, Callahan, FL
32011,
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash at
the front of the Nassau County
Courthouse, 76347 Veterans
Way, Yulee, Florida 32097, at
11:30 AM (EST), on the .31 day
of May, 2012.
If you are a subordinate lien
holder claiming a right to
funds remaining after the sale,
you must file a clam with the
Clerk of Court no later than
60 days after the sale, If you fdl
to file a claim, you will not be
entitled to any remaining
funds.
Notice to Persons with
Disabilities:' If you are a person
with a disability who needs
any accommodations in order
to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled at
no cost to you, to the provi-
sion of certain assistance.
Please contact the Court
Administrator's office not later
than seven days prior to the
proceeding.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Clerk of Circuit Court
BY:/s/ Amanda Steam
Deputy Clerk *
2t 04-04-11-2012
0504

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU County,
FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 12-CA-107
DIVISION: A
STATE OF FLORIDA DePART-
MENT OF TRANSPORTATION,
Petitioner,
VS,.
LUEBERTHA JOHNSON,
Trustee of the LUEBERTHA
JOHNSON REVOCABLE UV-


ING TRUST; and JOHN M.
DREW, Nassau County Tax
Collector:
Defendants.
AMENDED NOTICE TO SHOW
CAUSE AND NOTICE OF SUIT
(Parcel 108)
STATE OF FLORIDA TO:
To all said defendants who
are living, and if any or all
defendants are deceased, the
unknown spouse, heirs,
devisees, grantees, creditors,
lienors, or other parties claim-
Ing by, through, under or
against any such deceased
defendant or defendants, if
alive, and, if dead, their
unknown spouse, heirs,


devisees, legatees, grantees,
creditors, Ilenors, or other par-
ties claiming by, through,
under, or against any such
deceased defendant or
defendants, and di other par-
ties having or claiming to have
any right, title or interest IA and
to the property described in
the Petition, to-wit;
Item#2107124
Parcel 108
SR 200 (A1 A) -Nassau County
Tax Parcel No. 24-2N-28-0000-
0029-0000
.A Part of Section 24,
Township 2 North, Range 28
East, Nassau County Florida,
Being Moie Particularly
Described As Follows:
Commence At The
Southwest Corner Of Section
24, Township 2 North, Range
28 East, Nassau County Florida
Thence North 03 Degrees 34
Minutes 38 Seconds West,
Along The Westerly Uine Of
Said Section 24,A Distance Of
1.07408 Feet To The Centerline
Of Survey Of State Road, No.
200 (A1A) (Per Florida
-'Department Of Transportation
Right Of Way Map Section No.
74060 FR No. 2107124); Thence
South 72 Degrees 46 Minutes
51 Seconds East, Departing
Said Westerly Line Of Said
Section 24, Along Sald
Centerline Of Survey Of State
Road Np. 200 (A1A), A
Distance Of 672.46 Feet;
Thence South 17 Degrees 13
Minutes 09 Seconds West,
Departing Said Centerline Of
Survey Of State Road No. 200
(AlA), A Distance Of 92.00
Feet To The Southerly Existing
Right Of Way Une Of Said
State Road No. 200 (AIA) (A
Variable Width Right Of Way),
And The Point Of Beginning;
Thence South 72 Degrees 46
Minutes 51 Seconds East,
Along Said Southerly Existing
Right Of Way Une Of State
Road No. 200 (A1A), A
Distance Of 126,00 Feet;
Thence South 08 Degrees 38
Minutes 09 Seconds West,
Departing Said Southerly
Existing Right Of Way Une Of
State Road No: 200 (A1A), A
Distance of 129.10 Feet;
Thence South 07 Degrees 39
Minutes 15 Seconds West, A
Distance At 111 .82 Feet:
Thence South 01 Degrees 33
Minutes 10 Seconds West, A
Dlstaanc qOf 182.21 Feet To The
Northerly Existing Rigi-f OfWay
Une Of Mount Zion Avenue (A
50,00 Foot Right Of Way As
Now Established); Thence
North 89 Degrees 03 Minutes
59 Seconds West, Along Last
Said Northerly Existing Right Of
Way Une, A Distance Of 312.90
Feet: Thence North 04 Degrees
17 Minutes 02 Seconds East,
Departing Said Northerly
Existing Right Of Way Une Of
Mount Zion Avenue. A
Distance Of 352.21 Feet;
Thence North 87 Degrees 55
Minutes 01 Seconds East, A
Distance Of 191.20 Feet;
Thence North 08 Degrees 37
Minutes 04 Seconds East, A
Distance Of 95,71 Feet To The
Point Of Beginning.
Containing 2.768Acres.
More Or Less.
PARCEL 108
LUEBERTHA JOHNSON.
TRUSTEE OF THE LUEBERTHA
JOHNSON REVOCABLE UV-
ING TRUST
Luebertha Johnson, Trustee
937 West 7th Street
Riviera Beach Florida 33404
ALL PARCELS
JOHN M. DREW
Nassau. County Tax Collector
80130 Ucense Road
Fernandina Beach, Florida
32034
You are hereby notified that
the Petitioner filed its Petition
and its Declaration of Taking in
this Court against you as
defendants, seeking to con-
demn by eminent domdn pro-
ceedings the above
described property located in
the State of Florida, County of
Nassau.
You are further notified that
the Petitioner will apply to The
Honorable Brian J. Davis, one
of the judges of this Court, on
the 5th day of June, 2012, at
11:30 a.m., in the Nassau
County Courthouse,
Fernandina Beach, Florida, for
an Order of Taking in this
cause. All defendants to this
suit may request a hearing at
the time and place designat-
ed and be heard.Any defen-
dant failing to file a request for
hearing shall waive any right to
object to the Order of Taking.
AND
Each defendant is hereby
required to serve written
defenses, if any, and request a
hearing, if desired, to said
Petition on:
MELISSA K. BLACKWELL
ESQUIRE
Eminent Domain Department
Department of Transportation
1109 South Marion Avenue
Lake City Florida 32025-5874
386/961-7530
on or before, April 29, 2012,
and file the originals with the
Clerk of this Court on that
date, to show cause what
right, title, Interest, or lien you or
any of you have in and to the
property described in the,
Petition and to show cause, if
any you have, why the prop-
erty should not be con-
demned for the uses and pur-
poses set forth In the Petition.
If you fdall to answer, a default
may be entered against you
for the relief demanded in the
Petition. If you fail to request
hearing on the Petition for
Order of Taking, you shdall waive,
any right to object to said
Order of.Taking.
WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL
of this Court on the 28th day of
March, 2012.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD ,
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
By /s/ Meggn Sawyer
SDeputy Clerk
2t 04-04-11-2012
0506

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO.:
45-2009-CA-001006-
AXXX-YX
U.S BANK NATIONAL ASSOCI-
ATION AS TRUSTEE FOR GSAA
HOME EQUITY TRUST 2006-3,
Plaintiff,
vs.
SHERRY L. RUSSO; COUNTRY-


WIDE HOMELOANS, INC.; THE
RESERVE AT NASSAU LAKES
OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.'
UNKNOWN TENANT (S);
UNKNOWN TENANT (S); IN POS-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROP-
ERTY
Defendants.
RE-NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to an Order Resetting
Foreclosure Sale dated the
12th day of April, 2012 and
entered In Case No. 45-2009-
CA-001006-AXXX-YX, of the
Circuit Court of the 4TH
Judicial Circuit in and for
Nassau County Rorida, where-


In U.S BANK NATIONAL ASSO-
CIATION AS TRUSTEE FOR GSAA
HOME EQUITY TRUST 2006-3 is
the Plalntiff and SHERRY L.
RUSSO: COUNTRYWIDE HOME-
LOANS, INC.; THE RESERVE AT
NASSAU LAKES OWNERS ASSO-,
CIATION, INC.; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT (S); and UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT (8); IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY, are defen-
dants. The Clerk of this Court
shall sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash at the
MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE NAS-
SAU COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX
76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE FL
32097,11:30 AM on the 6th day
of June, 2012, the following
described property as set forth
in said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 28, RESERVE AT NASSAU
LAKES, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE 360-365,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST INTHE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDES
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE,
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation In order to
participate In this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance please contact the
ADA Coordinator at crtin-
trp@coj.net or (904) 630-2564
at least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiv-
ing this notification If the time
before the scheduled appear-
ance is less than 7 days; if you
are hearing or voice impaired,
call 711.
Dated this 29th day of March,
2012,
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
2t04-04-11-2012
0509

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 2012-CA-93
DIVISION: A
ROBERT A. STUDWELL and
JOYCE R. STUDWELL as Trustees
.oUfJheJOBERT A. STUDWELL
FAMILY TRUST DATED NOVEM-
BER 11,1994,
Plaintiffs,
vs.
MACARTHUR H. DANIEL
WACHOVIA BANK NATIONAL
ASSOCIATION: LUCYY MELLEN,
UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING
BY THROUGH, UNDER, AND
AGAINST THE HEREIN ,IAMED
INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANTS WHO
ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD
OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID
UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY
CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUS-
ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, SUCCES-
SORS IN INTEREST, GRANTEES,
OR OTHER CLAIMANTS FLOUN-
DER GIGGING, LLC, TENANT:
UNKNOWN TENANT 41;
UNKNOWN TENANT #2:
UNKNOWN TENANT #3,
UNKNOWN TENANT #4, AND
UNKNOWN TENANT #5,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO MACARTHUR H.
DANIEL INDIVIDUALLY;
MACARTHUR H. DANIEL
Resident Agent for Flounder
C4gging LLC a Florida
Corporation'
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an
action to foreclose a mort-
gage on the following prop-
erty in Nassau County Florida.
The East One-half (El /2) of
Lot Fifty-six (56), Section One
(1), HAMBY'S ADDITION TO FER-
NANDINA BEACH, according
to plat thereof recorded ih Plat
Book 2, Page 32, of the public
records of Nassau County,
Florida
has been filed against you
and you are required to serve
a copy of your written defens-
es, if any to it on H. Price Poole,
Jr,, Plaintiff's attorney, whose
address Is POOLE & POOLE,
PA., 303 Centre Street,
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034,
on or before 30 days from the
date of the first publication of
this notice, and file the original
with the clerk of this court
either before service on plain-
tiff's attorney or immediately
thereafter: otherwise a default
will be entered against you for
the relief demanded in the
Complaint or Petition.
DATED this 30th day of March,
2012.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
As Clerk of Court
By /s/ Karen J. Lockett
As Deputy Clerk
4t 04-04-11-18-25-2012
0510
Notice Under Fictitious Name
Law Pursuant to Section
865.09, Florida Statutes
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name of
"Hammerhead Beach Bar"
located at 2045 South Retcher
Avenue, in the County of
Nassau, in the City of
Fernandina. Beach, Florida
32034 Intends to register the
said name with the Division of
Corporations of the Florida
Department of State,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Dated at Fernandina Beach,
Florida, this 30th day of Mqrch,
2012.
George W Sheffiled. Jr.,
President
Hammertime Amelia LLC, a
Florida LLC
Hammerhead Beach Bar
2045 SouthTletcher Avenue
SFernandina Beach, FL 32034'
It 04-11-2012
0511

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO: 2011-CA-147
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,
7406 Fullerton Street, Suite 201,
Jacksonville, Florida 32256,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DAVID M. HARDY, KAREN
HARDY, and SYNOVUS BANK,
successor In Interest to First
Coast Community Bank,
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
pursuant to Plaintiff's Final
Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure entered In the


above-captioned action, I will
sell the property situated In
Nassau County Florida,
described as follows, to wit;
EXHIBIT "A"
ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT, PIECE
OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE,
LYING AND BEING A PORTION
OF SECTION 44, TOWNSHIP 2
NORTH, RANGE 28 EAST, NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, SAID
PORTION BEING A PART OF
TRACT 'A' ALLIGATOR CREEK
ADDITION TO SEYMOUR POINT,
ACCORDING TO PLAT
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2,
PAGE 73 OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF SAID NASSAU
COUNTY AND BEING MORE


PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED BY
METES AND BOUNDS AS FOL-
LOWS: FROM THE POINT OF
REFERENCE AT THE NORTHWEST
CORNER OF TRACT 'A', THENCE
SOUTHEASTERLY 454.89 FEET
ALONG THE NORTHEASTERLY
RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF A
GRADED COUNTY ROAD (60
FOOT' RIGHT OF WAY) TO THE
POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE
SOUTH 35 DEGREES 31 MINUTES
30 SECONDS EAST, 113.42 FEET
ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY
LINE; THENCE NORTH 60
DEGREES 13 MINUTES EAST
386.00 FEET; THENCE NORTH 35,
DEGREES 31 MINUTES 30 SEC-
ONDS WEST 113.42 FEET;
THENCE SOUTH 60 DEGREES 13'
MINUTES WEST 386,00 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING,
TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-
TAIN MOBILE HOME VIN#
GAFL135ABC18335-HH22.
TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-
TAIN 2001,64X42 HICKORY HILL
MOBILE HOME, SERIAL NUM-
BER GAFL35ABC18335-HH22
Commonly known as: 1496
Alligator Creek Road,
Fernandina Beach, Florida
32034,
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash at
the front of the Nassau County
Courthouse, 76347 Veterans
Way YUlee, Florida 32097, at
11:30 AM (EST), on the 4 day of
May, 2012.
If you are a subordinate lien
holder claiming a right to
funds remaining after the sale,
you must file a claim with the
Clerk of Court no later than
60 days after the sale, If you fail
to file a clainr you will not be
entitled to any remaining
funds.
Notice to Persons with
Disabilities: If you are a person
with a disability who needs
any accommodations in order
to participate In this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled at
no cost to you, to the provi-
sion of certain assistance.
Please contact the Court
Administrator's office not later
than seven days prior to the
proceeding.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Clerk of Circuit Court
BY:/s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
2t 04-11-18-2012
0512

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR NASSAU
-- CASE NO: 201 1-CA-53
GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC,
7406 Fullerton Street, Suite 201.
Jacksonville, Florida 32256,
Plaintiff,
v.
JERRY 0. DARING and VANES-
SA G. DARLING,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
pursuant to Plaintiff's Final'
Summary Judgment of
Foreclosure entered in the
above-captioned action, I will
sell the property situated in
Nassau County, Florida,
described as follows, to wit
TRACT 1. BLOCK 1. NAS-
SAUVILLE WOODS ACCORD-
ING TO PLAT THEREOF,
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5,
PAGE 126, OF THE PUBLIC
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-
TY FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH
THAT CERTAIN 1999, 60 X 28
HICKORY HILL MOBILE HOME,
SERIAL NUMBER
GAFLX35AB1 6337-HH21
Commonly known as: 85056
UI Williams Road, Fernandina
Beach, Florida 32034,
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash at
the front of the Nassau County
Courthouse, 76347 Veterans
Way, Yulee, Florida 32097, at
11:30 AM (EST), on the 1 day of
June, 2012. ,
if you are a subordinate lien
holder claiming a right to
funds remaining after the sale,
you must file a claim with the
Clerk of Court no later than
60 days after the sale. If you fail
to file a claim, you will not be
entitled to any remaining
funds.
Notice to Persons with
Disabilities: If you are a person
with a disability who needs
any accommodations in order
to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled at
no cost to you, to the provi-
sion of certain assistance,
Please contact the Court-,
Administrator's office not later
than seven days prior to the
proceeding,
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Clerk of Circuit Court
BY:/s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
2t 04-11-18-2012
0513

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO,: 45-2010-CA-
000403
DIVISION: A
CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MICHAELS. BRANDT, et al,
Defendantss.
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
suant to a Final Judgment of
Mortgage Foreclosure dated
March 29,2012 and entered in
Case NO. 45-2010-CA-000403
of the Circuit Court of the
FOURTH Judicial Circuit in and
for NASSAU County Florida
wherein; JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
TION, SUCCESSOR BY MERGER
TO CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC
is the Plaintiff and MICHAEL S,.
BRANDT; ANGELA M. BRANDT:
are the Defendants, The Clerk
of the Court will'sell to the hIgh-
est and best bidder for cash at
NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERAN'S WAY, YULEE,
FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the
4th day of May, 2012, the fol-
lowing described property as
set forth in said Final
Judgment:
TRACT 22 OF BRANTLEY
FARMS, ACCORDING TO THE
PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED
IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE(S) 97,
OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE
HOME LOCATED THEREON AS
A FIXTURE AND APPURTE-
NANCE THERETO-VIN
GBHMN33272A GBHMN33272B
A/K/A 272983 MURRHEE


ROAD, HILLIARD, FL 32046
Any person claiming an
Interest In the surplus from the
sale, If any other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens must file a
clalrn within sixty (60) days
after the sale.
WITNESS MY HAND and the
seal of this Court on March 30,
2012.
John A. Crawford
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: 1s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
. See Americans with
Disabilities Act
If you are a person with a dis-
ability who needs any accom-


mrodatlon in order to partici-
pate in this proceeding, you
are entitled, at no cost to you
to the provision of certain assis-
tance please contact the cir-
cuit court at (904) 321-5709.
21 04-11-18-2012
0514
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA,
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.: 201 1-CA-000240
FIFTH THIRD MORTGAGE COM-
PANY,
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN REINHEIMER, ET AL
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that,
pursuant to a find judgment of
foreclosure or Order dated
March 29th, 2012, entered in
Civil Case Number 2011-CA-
000240, in the circuit court for
Nassau County, Florida, where-
In FIFTH THIRD MORTGAGE
COMPANY is the plaintiff, and
JOHN REINHEIMER, et al., are
the defendants, I will sell the
property situated In Nassau
County, Florida described as:
UNIT NO.2402, THE COTTAGES
AT STONEY CREEK CONDO-
MINIUM,'A CONDOMINIUM,
TOGETHER WITH AN UNDIVIDED
INTEREST IN THE COMMON ELE-
MENTS APPURTENANT THERETO
ACCORDING TO THE DECLA-
RATION OF CONDOMINIUM AS
RECORDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDSVOLUME 1518, PAGE
1834ASAMENDED IN OFFICIAL
RECORDSVOLUME 1519, PAGE
860, AS RERECORDED IN OFFI-
CIAL RECORDS VOLUME 1525,
PAGE 304, OFFICIAL RECORDS
VOLUME 1521, PAGE 806 AND
OFFICIAL RECORDS VOLUME
1522, PAGE 729 AND OFFICIAL
RECORDS VOLUME 1525, PAGE
322 AND OFFICIAL RECORDS
VOLUME 1532, PAGE 639 OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-
SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
at public sale, to the highest
and best bidder, for cash, at
main entrance, Nassau
County, Judicial annex, 76347
Veterans Way, Yulee, FL 32097
at 11:30 am, on the 30 day of
April, 2012. Any person claqim-
ing an interest in the surplus
from the sde, f any, other than
the property owner as of the
date of the lis pendens must
file a dam within 60 days after
the sale.
Dated: 3/30/12
Nassau County Clerk of Court
CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Tracy Poore
In accordance with the
Americans with Disabilities Act,
persons in need of a special
accommodation to partici-
pate in this proceeding shall,
within seven (7) days prior to
any proceeding, contact the
administrative office of the
court, Nassau county court-
house. 76347 Veteran's Way,
suite 456,Yulee, FL 32097, tele-
phone (904) 548-4600, TDD 1
8009558771 or 1 8009558770
via Florida relay service.
2t 04-11-18-2012
0516

LEGAL NOTICE
We will sell or otherwise dis-
pose of the contents of the
following units to satisfy the
delinquent storage lien placed
in accordance with the state
of Florida Statue 83.806.
1012 Shara Lynn Svoboda
General Household Goods
1043 Denise Hill
General Household Goods
1074 Vondena Fletcher
General Household Goods
1147 Eddie James Simmons
General Household Goods
2021 Joseph Raymond Ceglio
Williams
General Household Goods
2052 Kelly Ann Conner
General Household Goods
Sale will be conducted at
A1A Stow-A-Way Storage,
463915State Road 200.Yulee,
Florida 32097 at 10:00 am on
April 20,2012. Open door sale,
cash only. A cleaning deposit
will be taken, (904) 225-1940.
This sale is open to the public.
2t 04-04-11-2012
0508

NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that
on 5/1/12 at 10:00A.M., or
thereafter, at CubeSmart
#0323,1678S. 8th St., in the city
of Fernandina Beach, state of
Florida. The undersigned,
CubeSmart #0323 will sell at
Public Sale by competitive bid-
ding, the personal property
heretofore stored with the
undersigned by:
Space # M3
Leon G Conover
AKA: Leon George Conover
11
Space # A69
Amanda M Duncan
Space # HI-2-3
Lucy Matthews
Space # A47
Jeff Hambicki
All items in storage con-
tain household Items unless
otherwise mentioned.
2t 04-04-11-2012
0501

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL DIVISION
CASE NO:
45-2010-CA-000524-
AXXX-YX
BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING,
LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME
LOANS SERVICING LU
Plaintiff,
VS,.
GLENN D. WILSON; SHIRLEY G,
WILSON: THE HOMEOWNERS'
ASSOCIATION OF TIMBER-
CREEK INC.; UNKNOWN TEN-
ANT(S); IN POSSESSION OF THE
SUBJECT PROPERTY,
Defendants,
NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to onal Judgment of
Foreclosure dated the 30th
day of March, 2012 and
entered in Case No, 45-2010-
CA-000524-AXXX-YX. of the
Circuit Court of the 4TH
Judicial Circuit in and for
Nassau County Florida where-
in, BAC HOME LOANS SERVIC-
ING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE
HOME LOANS SERVICING LP Is
thie Plaintiff and GLENN D.WIL-
SON: SHIRLEY G. WILSON: THE
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
OF TIMBERCREEK, INC.;
UNKNOWN TENANTSS; IN POS-


SESSION OF THESUBJIECT PROP-
ERTY are defendants, The Clerk
of this Court shall sell to the
highest and best bidder for
cash at the, AT THE MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET-
ERANS WAY, YULEE, FL 32097,
11 30 AM on the 4th day of
May, 2012. the following
described properly as set foiih
in said Final Judgment, to wit:
LOT 32 TIMBER CREEK PLAN-
TATION PHASE ONE, ACCORD-
ING TO THE PLAT OR MAP
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN
PLAT BOOK 6, PAGE(S) 394
THROUGH 398. INCLUSIVE,OF
THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NAS-


SAU COUNTY FLORIDA.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
If you are a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding,
you are entitled, at no cost to
you, to the provision of certain
assistance please contact the
ADA Coordinator at crtin-
trp@coj.net or (904) 630-2564
at least 7 days before your
scheduled court appearance,
or immediately upon receiv-
ing this notification if the time
before the scheduled appear-
ance is less than 7 days; if you
are hearing or voice impaired,
call 711.
Dated this 30th day of March,
2012.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Clerk Of The Circuit Court
By: /s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
2t04-11-18-2012
0517

IN THE COUNTY COURT,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN
AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.: 201 1-CA-000356
SEA DUNES CONDOMINIUM
ASSOCIATION INC., a Florida
non-profit corporation,
Plaintiff,
vs.
DANA A. OWENS, an individ-
ual, DONNA K. OWENS, and
individual, UNKNOWN TENANT
ONE, UNKNOWN TENANT TWO,
Defendants.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
pursuant to the final judgment
entered on March 28, 2012 in
Case No. 2011-CA-000356 of
the County Court of the Fourth
Judicial Circuit in and .for
Nassau County, Florida' in
which SEA DUNES CONDO-
MINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. is
plaintiff,'and DANA A. OWENS
and DONNA K. OWENS are
Defendants, I., the Nassau
County Clerk of the Court, will
sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash at the front
door of the Nassau County
Judicial Annex, 76347 Veterans
Way, Yulee, Florida 32097 at
the hour of 11:30 a.m. on the
3rd day of May,2012 the fol-
lowing described real proper-
tyin Nassau County, Florida as
set -forth in said Final
Judgment:
Condominium unit no. 1657,
and those common elements
appurtenant thereto, SEA
DUNES CONDOMINIUM, a con-
dominium recording to the
Declaration of Condominium
as recorded in Offidal Records
Book 424, pages 01-115, as
amended in Official Records
Book 780, page 1817 of the
current public records of
Nassau County Florida, togeth-
er with an undivided interest in
the common elements appur-
tenant thereto.
Any person claiming an
interest in the surplus from the
sale, if any, other than the
property owner as of the date
of the Us Pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the
sale.
Dated this 3 day of April, 2012
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: /s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
In accordance with the
Americans with disabilities act
of 1990 (ADA), if you are per-
son with a disability who needs
any accommodation in order-
to participate in this pro-
ceeding, you are entitled at
no cost to you, to the provi-
sion of certain assistance.
Please contact the court
administrator at 191 Nassau
Place, Yulee, Florida 32097,
Phone No. (904) 321-8700 with-
in 2 working days of receipt of
this notice or pleading: .if you
are hearing or voice impaired
call 1-800-955-8771 (TDD): if
you are voice impaired, call
1-800-955-8770 (v) (Florida
Relay Service).
2t 04-11-18-2012
0519

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
THE FOURTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR NASSAU
COUNTY, FLORIDA
CASE NO.:
45-2010-CA-000804
DIVISION: A
21ST MORTGAGE CORPORA-
TION, a Delaware corporation
Plaintiff,
vs.
RILEY O.SURRENCY AND SHER-
RY SURRENCY, husband and
wife,
Defendants.
CLERK'S NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS GIVEN that, in
accordance with the Plaidntiff's
Find Judgment of Foreclosure
entered on April 2, 2012 in the
above-styled cause, I will sell to
the highest and best bidder
for cash at the front entrance
of the Judicial Anne. locat-
ed at 76347 Veteran's Way
Yulee, FL 32097, at 11:30 A.M.
EST on May 14, 2012. the fol-
lowing described property:
See exhibit "A" annexed
hereto and incorporated
herein by this reference.
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER ASOF
THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Dated: April 2 2012
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
Clerk Of Court
By: /s/ Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
EXHIBIT "A"
ALL OF THAT CERTAIN PIECE.
PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND
LYING AND BEING IN THE
COUNTY OF NASSAU AND THE
STATE OF FLORIDA KNOWN
AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
PART OF THE EASTERLY HALF
OF SECTION FIVE (5), TOWN-
SHIP ONE (1) SOUTH. RANGE
TWIENTY-FOUR (24) EAST NAS-
SAU COUNTY FLORIDA AND
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED IN DEED BOOK 43.
PAGE 208, PUBLIC RECORDS
OF SAID COUNTY AND BEING
MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
COMMENCE AT THE NORTH-
EAST CORNER OF SAID SEC-
TION FIVE (5); THENCE SOUTH
ZERO (0) DEGREES, THIRTY-FIVE


(35) MINUTE. 1WENTY-NINE (29)
SECONDS EAST ALONG THE
EAST LINE OF SECTION FIVE (5),
ONE-THOUSAND EIGHT HUN-
DRED SEVENTY EIGHT AND
SEVEN TEN1HS (1,878,7) FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING
THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH
ZERO (0) DEGREES THIRTY-FIVE
(35) MINUTES 1WEN1Y-NINE (29)
SECONDS EASI, ONE HUNDRED
FIFTY-THREE AND TEN HIUN-
DREDTHS(153.10) FEET; THENCE
NORTH SEVENTY (70) DEGREES
1WENTY-FIVE (25) MINUTES,
NINE (09) SECONDS\VES1,TWO
HUNDRED NINETY-1HREE AND
NINETY-EIGHT HUNDREDTHS
(293,98) FEETTO A POINT IN THE


EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE
OF U. S. HIGHWAY NO. 301 (A
TWO HUNDRED (200.0) FOOT
RIGHT OF WAY); THENCE
NORTH EIGHTEEN (18)
DEGREES, TWELVE (12). MIN-
UTES, FORTY (40) SECONDS
EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF
WAY LNE, ONE HUNDRED NINE-
TY-NINE AND TWENTY-TWO
HUNDREDTHS (199.22) FEET;
THENCE SOUTH FIFTY-NINE (59)
DEGREES, FIFTY-ONE (51) MIN-
UTES, TWENTY (20) SECONDS
EAST, ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-
TWO AND. FOURTEEN HUN-
DREDTHS (122,14) FEET;
THENCE $SOUTH FIFTY-FIVE (55)
DEGREES, FORTY-TWO (42) MIN-
UTES, TWENTY (20) SECONDS
EAST, ONE HUNDRED THIRTY
AND THIRTEEN HUNDREDTHS
(130.13) FEET TO THE POINT OF
BEGINNING.
LESS AND EXCEPT ANY POR-
TION OF CAPTION LAND LYING
WITHIN RIGHT OF WAY OF STATE
ROAD 200 A/K/A STATE ROAD
301 IS NEITHER GUARANTEED
NOR INSURED.
TOGETHER WITH 2007
Nobility, Regency Manor 66 x
28 manufactured home, Serial
Nos: N1-10413A & NI-10413B
located on the property
2t 04-11-18-2012
0520

Notice Is hereby given to the
following persons at the last
known address of:
Travis J. Compton
85590 Claxton Rd
Yulee, FL 32097
Daniel E. Lynch
4197 Windy Trl
Hilliard, FL 32046
Thomas H. Wilds
54193 Roy Booth Rd
Callahan, FL 32011
Timothy J. Senesac
996 Citrona Dr. Apt. 2502
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Ashley L. Olver
631 S 12th St
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Pursuant to Section 98.075,
Florida Statutes, you are here-
by notified that notice was
published on February 16,2012
and February 22,2012 that you
were potentially ineligible to
be registered to vote. Failure to
respond within thirty (30) days
after that notice was pub-
lished resulted in a determi-
nation of ineligibility by the
Nassau County Supervisor of
Elections and removal of your
name from the statewide
voter registration system.
Please contact the Supervisor
to receive information regard-
ing the basis for ineligibility and
the procedure to resolve this
matter. If further assistance is
needed, please contact the
Supervisor of Elections at the
numbers listed below.
Vicki PCannon
Nassau County Supervisor of
Elections
96135 Nassau Place, Suite 3,
Yulee, Florida 32097
Telephone 904-491-7500
Toll Free 1-866-260-4301
TDD 904-491-7510
1t 04-11-2012
0521

Notice Under Fictitious Name
Law Pursuant to Section
865.09, Florida Statutes
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business under the
fictitious name of "Distinctive
Shadowbox Designs" located
at 85280 Sagaponack Dr., in
the County of Nassau, in the
City of Fernandina Beach,
Florida 32034 intends to regis-
ter the said name with the
Division of Corporations of the
Florida Department of State,
Tallahassee, Florida.
Dated at Femandina Beach,
Florida, this 5th day of April,
2012.
Sue E. Frey
Distinctive Shadowbox Designs
85280 Sagaponack Dr.
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
It 04-11-2012
0522

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
BILL'STOWING gives Notice
of Foreclosure of Lien and
intent to sell these vehicles on
04/23/2012, 8:30'am at 425 S
8TH ST FERNANDINA, FL 32034-
3609, pursuant to subsection
713.78 of the Florida Statutes.
BILLS TOWING reserves the
right to accept or reject any
and/or all bids.
1 G1 ND52F44M523649 2004
CHEVROLET
1 t 04-11-2012
0515

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
CASE NO.: 12-CP-59
Division: A
IN RE: ESTATE OF GUY HUDSON
ARNOLD
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of GUY HUDSON
ARNOLD, deceased, whose
date of death was August 23,
2011, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Nassau County,
Florida. Probate Division, the
address of which is 76347
Veteran's Way Yulee. Florida
32097. The names and
addresses of the personal rep-
resentative and the personal
representative's attorney are
set forth below.
All creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having
claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required
to be served must file their
claims with this Court WITHIN
THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE TIME 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 other persons
having claims or demands
against decedent's estate
must file their claims \with this
court WITHIN THREE MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-
IN 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 DATE IS
BARRED.
The date of the first publi-
cation of this Notice is April
11th, 2012


Attorney for Personal
Representative:
JAMES E. BEDSOLE ESQ
Attorney for MICHAEL HUDSON
ARNOLD
Florida Bar Numbert 5001Q4
7 Old Mission Avenue
St. Augustine, FL 32084
Telephone: (904) 829 -8o 1
Fax: (904) 820-9510
Personal Repiesentative:
MICHAEL HUDSON ARNOLD
411 Airicola Avoenue
St Augustine. Floiida 32080
2t04-11i-18i-.1l
0523

LEGAL DEADLINE IS
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PAGC 5B


Paper lists work just fine


- if you can find them


How to keep organized? It's a puz-
zle. I continue to try and 1ind the per-
feet system. Too many calendars fill
my life. There is the one on my com-
puter that I don't trust, somehow.
The same calendar is supposed to
pop up on my phone and laptop. A
cheerful Bingg" tells me that I have a
dentist appointment or lunch with
friends or it is a grandchild's birth-
day.
I like to rely on a real, hold in
your hand, old-fashioned paper cal-
endar. It is large with generous
boxes to fill in appointments and
birthdays. Then there is the small
one I keep in my purse that is at the
ready when making appointments or
dates. Do they all match? Think you


I





I


know the answer.
Rarely.
Big Guy shakes
., his head and smiles
( when he sees me
juggling my calen-
c dars and trying to
reconcile all of
them to insure I do
not miss anything.
FROM We all strive to
THE find the perfect sys-
PORCH tem and insure we
will be at the right
place, at the right
Dickie lime with the right
Anderson people (or doctor).
So bless those


patient receptionists who spend their


days calling people to remind them
of an appointment.
You know the call. You look at the
caller ID and it is doctor so and so's
office. Every once in a while you
realize, yes, your calendar system
has failed. It either works into your
schedule or it doesn't and patient
Rebecca Receptionist tries to find a
new date to fit in your busy schedule.
Then she has to take her list of folks
waiting for a cancellation and contact
them and try and coordinate with
their calendar. Bet she hears more
hlanl her share of excuses for
missed appointments. The dog ale
my calendar?
Iists challenge me too. The
phone thing doesn't work for me, but


works for lots of people. I envy
those super organized people who
go up and down the grocery
store aisles and checking their
phone list to insure they don't forget
anything. Bet the list is in alphabeti-
cal order. Big Guy keeps his list on
his phone. When I remind him we
are out of dog food, he is quick to
make a note on his phone list. I am
an old-fashioned paper list person.
Where is that list when I get to the
store? On the kitchen counter.
Useless.
Speaking of grocery lists. When I
ask Big Guy why we have eight jars
of peanut butter, six cans of mush-
room soupl), 10 cans of stewed toma-
toes or other mysterious multiples,


he reminds me I am blessed among
women that he does the shopping.
He just can't make it past the bins of
bargains that are strategically placed
as you enter a grocery store.
Guess it is just the nature of the
techno world we live in. Some of us
are comfortable pushing buttons and
relying on our machines to manage
our calendars and lists and some of
us will forever rely on the old-fash-
ioned paper calendars we can touch
and feel and see. That is if we can
find them.
Dickie Anderson welcomes your
comments. Books are available at
local book and gift stores or online at
www.dickieanderson.com.
dickie.andertsoni(vgmail.coin


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Dogcatchers!
The Fernandina Beach Kiwanis Club cooked, assembled and served over 500 hot
dogs at the Kids Fishing Clinic March 24. The annual event is sponsored by the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and hosted by Fort Clinch State
Park. Standing, from left, are Evans Fallin, Don Lyons, Rob McCannell, Wayne
Afleege, Wilbur Johnson, Doug Green, Bruce Glickman and Jim McCannell. In front
(with sign) are Steve Scruggs and Mattie Scruggs. The Fernandina Beach Kiwanis
has been serving the children of the community and the world since 1938.



Water project
Recently, the
Fernandina Beach
Rotary Club wel-
comed speaker
John McCarthy of
the Rotary Club of
South Jacksonville,
second from left
President Shannon
Brown, left, and . .
Jacksonville
Chapter of
Engineers Without
Borders members
Dana Arnouil and
Jennifer Klich,
right. McCarthy,
who coordinates
water projects for STuBMIrrTED
the Northeast Florida Rotary District, gave an update on several water projects the
Fernandina Beach club has supported. He noted some 900 million people live with-
out safe drinking water and 8,000 people die each day from waterborne illnesses.
Rotary International has prioritized providing safe drinking water and better sanita-
tion as a primary goal, working with local clubs and non-governmental partners
such as the Peace Corps and Engineers Without Borders. The club presented
McCarthy with a check for $2,000 for a new project in Nahauterique, Honduras that
will provide potable water, a septic system and hygiene training for 55 homes over
the next 10 years.


SUIBMITTED)
Cedar Haven donation
Nancy Bell, right, president of Science First of Yulee,
presents a donation of $ 1,000 to LaVerne Mitchell,
founder of Cedar Haven Transitional House, a haven
for single women 18 and older without children.
Cedar Haven, a Florida Access Provider, is a project
of Women of Power, Inc. and is located at 900 Cedar
St. in Fernandina Beach. Its mission is to assist in
closing the gap in the homeless population of Nassau
County, since often women without children are not
able to obtain services available to families and may
"fall through the cracks." Mitchell and Valerie Baker
are the directors of Cedar Haven, where women may
remain up to 180 days while pursuing employment
and participate in a curriculum focused on providing
a helping hand, to include financial literacy, balance,
leadership, boundaries, computer skills and restor-
ing relationships.


AN(; IA(1';1Al 1)1( Y/ NI;\ I.IA[) ]-;
Farewell
Fran Middleton holds a
proclamation recognizing
her dedicated service to
the city that was presented
to her at the April :3 com-
mission meeting at City
Hall. Middleton, who is
retiring from the city, has
held several positions, her
latest being legal assistant
to City Attorney Tammi
Bach.


Friends of the Library board
The 2012 Board of Directors of the Friends of the Library of Fernandina Beach was
elected recently. Pictured at the orientation session are, back row from left, Bonnie
Johnson, At-Large; Bill Flynn, President; Bruce Morrison, Book Sale Chair; Loaraine
Bauchmann, At-Large; and Marilyn Wesley, Secretary. Second row, Joani Selement, At-
large; Nancy Dickson, At-Large; Dee Torre, Vice President; Betty Stewart, At-Large;
Jane Bailey, At-Large; and Jo-Ann Leimberg, Membership Chair. Front row, Sallie
McDonald, Vice President; and Cheri Lang, At-Large. Not pictured are Barbara Fox,
Treasurer: and Cigi Feasell, Volunteer Coordinator.


Petanquelessons
Philippe Boets of
Petanque America gives
Osprey Village member
Molly Hendrickson tips on
how to make a perfect
throw, above. Left, Osprey
resident Jean Haines takes
her turn.
SUBMITTED PHOTOS


Lighthouse walk
Walkin' Nassau members and friends assemble March 20 for a walk around the
Amelia Island Lighthouse grounds, beginning at Elizabeth Pointe Iodge on North
Fletcher Avenue. See page 6B for information on the April walk in support of the lIatie
Ride for Life and organ donation awareness.


CROSSWORD/SUDOKU
PEOPLE & PLACES
PETS


WiEDNESDAY. APRIL 1II. 2012
NEWs-LIADoI'R / FERNANDINA BEACH, FL








WIEDNESDAY, APRIl, 11, 2012 AROUND TOWN News-Leader


Wine Festival tickets now on sale


Tickets are now on sale lort
the ihaugural Amelia Island
Wine Festival hosted by the
Fernandina Farmers Market.
The festival will showcase
award-winning Florida wines
and the vintners who make
them on Oct. 13 along the beau-
tiful Amelia River in historic
downtown Fernandina Beach.
With more than 60 differ-
ent wines to sample, this is the
perfect place to find a favorite
locally grown and crafted wine.
Enjoy tasting with the award-
winning vintners, learn about
their wines and wineries, and
purchase a bottle or case to
prolong the pleasure long after



LITERARY

LEANINGS

Florida writers
The Florida Writers will
meet April 17 at 6:15 p.m. at
Books Plus, 107 Centre St.
Guest speaker is Linda
Rondeau, author of the sus-
pense/fiction novel The Other
Side of Darkness. She will hold
a book signing prior to the
meeting, from 2-5 p.m.
Coffee house
The 10th annual Literary
Magazine Coffee House to
unveil Fernandina Beach
Middle School's magazine,
Smorgasbord, All You can
Read, will be held on April 26
'at 6:30 p.m. at the Atlantic
'Recreation Center. The maga-
zine for students, by students
celebrates creativity through
word and image. This year,
more than 250 students sub-
mitted their work.
Admission i s $5 for chil-
dren, $10 for adults and
includes a copy of the maga-
zine. refreshments and enter-
tainment. Guest speakers
include Rob and Kim Hicks,
authors of Amelia A to Z, a
children's history book illus-
trated by Sharon Bolton-Eells,
and Allyson Richards, who
started writing her first novel
when she was 15. Now 17, she
is developing her new young
adultt series in addition to
:Other projects. For informa-.
tion contact Heathelr Stefanski
at 225-8992.
FOL bookclub
The Friends of the Library
Book Club meets at 7 p.m. on
.the second Thursday of every
:month in the parlor room of
'St. Peter's Episcopal Church,
801 Atlantic Ave., Fernandina
Beach, with moderators
Marilyn and Norman Wesley.
New members are always wel-
come. The lineup for 2012-13
is: May 10, The Paris Wife by
Paula McLain; June 14, Always
'Outnumbered, Always Outgun-
-ned by Walter Mosley; July 12,
A Visit from the Goon Squad
by Jennifer Egan; Aug. 9,
Rabbit Run by John Updike;
Sept. 13, Steve Jobs by Walter
Isaacson; Oct. 11, Isaac's
Storm by Erik Larson; Nov..
15, Room by Emma Donog-
hue; Dec. 13, Catcher in the
Rye by J.I). Salinger; Jan. 10,
Ransom by David Malouf;
Feb. 14, Suite Francaise (in
English) by Irene Nemirov-
sky
Kids'Story Time
The Book Loft, 214 Centre
St., Fernandina Beach, fea-
tures "Kids Story Time" every
Tuesday at 11 a.m. and every
Thursday at 4 p.m. with the
"Children's Story Lady." Bring
your little ones. Call 261-8991
for information.

Storytime
at museum
The Amelia Island Muse-
um of History invites you to
Story Time at the Museum.
Beginning at 10:30 a.m. every
first and third Saturday of the
month, the program features
different stories geared
toward 5 to 8-year-olds. The
program is free and open to
(he public. Contact Alex at
261-7378, ext. 102.


AMELIA ISLAND

(Wine


festival
you return home.
For an entertaining and edu-
cational wine encounter, expe-
rience a "behind the scenes"
look at the Florida wine indus-
try by Dr. Violeta Colova, pro-
fessor of viticulture at Florida
A&M University. To the sounds
of live music, visitors can min-
gle among the vintners and
enjoy gourmet foods, specialty


artisans and the delectable
delights from Bar Zin Cafd,
Ciao, Espana, and Salt the Grill
at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia
Island.
Festival details and ticket
information are available at
www.ameliawine.com.
The Amelia Island Wine
Festival would like to thank its
sponsors, the Amelia Island
Convention & Visitors Bureau,
the state of Florida, World Atlas
and Amelia Hotel at the Beach
for their important role in
bringing this festival to the
community.
The award-winning Fernan-
dina Farmers Market, open


every Saturday from 9 a.m.-1
p.m. at Seventh and Centre
streets, features farm-fresh pro-
duce as well as a variety of
organic products and specialty
foods. Discover gourmet baked
goods from crusty breads to
delectable desserts and pre-
pared foods such as jellies, rel-
ishes and marinades. The mar-
ket is also the perfect location
to choose from a wide variety of
specialty tropical plants and
landscaping plants, including
orchids, herbs and garden flow-
ers. No pets, please. For infor-
mation call 491-4872 or visit
www.fernandinafarmersmar-
ket.com.


I I HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS


Funwalk
The Walkin' Nassau Club
will walk in North Hampton
on April 14 at 9 a.m., fol-
lowed by breakfast/brunch
at the North Hampton Golf
Club for anyone interested.
Meet at 8:45 a.m. at the golf
club, 34050 North Hampton
Club Way, Yulee. For infor-
mation contact Jane Bailey
at 261-9884 or dnjbailey@
mindspring.cornm.
Plant clinic
On April 16 from 10 a.m.
until 2 p.m., Nassau County
Master Gardener volunteers
will conduct a Plant Clinic at
the Yulee Extension Office
(A1A and Pages Dairy
Road). All county residents
are invited to bring plant
samples showing problems
in their landscapes.
Problems will be identified
and solutions offered: for
correction. There is no fee
for this service. For infor-
mation call (904) 879-1019.
Butterfly release
The 10th annual bitterly
release and seminar dis-
cussing the types of Florida
native plants that attract but-
terflies to your garden will
be held April 21 from 10-
11:30 a.m. at Reflections of
Nature Garden Center,
850688 US 17 South in
Yulee. The event is free andI
open to the-public. Call 225-
9915 lor information.
Katie Ride walkers
Walkin' Nassau will par-
ticipate in the Katie Ride for
Life April 21 starting at 8:30
a.m. to increase organ
donor awareness. Walkers
must raise at least $25 in
addition to the registration
fee. All funds must be
turned in by event day.
Choose from 5K (3.1
miles) or 10K (6.2 miles)
walks through canopied-cov-
ered Fort Clinch or the
Greenway (depending on
weather). Enjoy a leisurely
stroll or a more competitive
walk with your group.
The walks start 'at the
Atlantic Recreation Center,
2500 Atlantic Ave. For infor-
mation contact Jane Baiiley
at 261-9884 or
dnjbailey@mindspring.com.
Visit
www.katieridoforlife.org.
Talbot cleanup
Little Talbot Island State
Park, 12157 Heckscher
Drive, will celebrate Earth
Day with a volunteer beach
cleanup on April 21 from
noon-3 p.m. Garbage bags
and gloves will be provided.
Closed-toe shoes, gloves, a
hat and sunscreen are rec-
ommended. Park entrance
fees will be waived for par-
ticipants. Tell the staff at the
ranger station you are there
to volunteer for Earth Day
and meet at pavilion one.
For information visit
www.FloridaStateParks.org.
Bird club
The Nassau County Bird
Club will hold an outing at
Amelia Island Plantation on
April 21 starting at 8 a.m.,
rain or shine. Take A1A
south to the main entrance
of Amelia Island Plantation.


SUBMITTED
The Walkin' Nassau Board of Directors Dyanne
Hughes, president; David Olson, vice president; Sue
Koufakis, treasurer; Doug Bailey, trail master; and
Jane Bailey, secretary give the American
Volkssport Association walk box to Susan Caples of
Elizabeth Pointe Lodge and the Katie Ride for Life,
for the newest "Year Round Event Amelia Island
Lighthouse Walk." Walkin' Nassau is supporting the
Katie Ride for life on April 21. For information see
the calendar item below, or contact Jane Bailey at
261-9884 or dnjbailey@mindspring.com. Visit
www.katierideforlife.org.


"1ell security you are with
the Nassau County Bird
Club and ask directions to
Walker's Landing. Bring
binoculars, field'guide, bug
juice, sunscreen, sunshades,
rain gear, layered clothing
and water. For information
contact Carol Wyatt at 261-
9272 or carolinewgw@
aol.com.
Tour de Farm
Connor's A-Maze-lng
Acres in Hilliard and
Fernandina's 29 South
restaurant will participate in
Slow Food First Coast's sec-
ond annual Tour de Farm
April 22 from noon-5 p.m.,
an opportuntmity to meet the
farmers that produce local
food and the chefs and arti-
sans committed to using
locally grown ingredients. A
number of local chefs will
offer cooking demonstra- .
tions and tasting.
Get the brochure at
www.slowfoodfirstcoast.com
. or your local library featur-
ing maps and five suggested
loops along with a schedule
of events for each loop. For
information visit www.slow-
foodfirstcoast.com or con-
tact Marcia MacPherson at
(904) 377-6945 or Mimi
lannuzzi at (904) 471-5197.
Shore cleanup
In partnership with Fort
Clinch State Park, Keep
Nassau Beautiful and local
organizations, beach
cleanup have been sched-
uled to celebrate Earth Day
and the Great American
Clean Up. All begin at Fort
Clinch and entrance fees are
waived for participants.
On April 22 join Girl
Scouts of Nassau County
starting at 2 p.m. at the
beach parking lot and going
south from the fishing pier
to beach access 16 North. A
Wild Amelia Nature Festival
cleanup, also at 2 p.m., will
start at the beach parking
lot and go north and west
from the fishing pier.
On April 28 the Sustain-
able Fernandina Committee
will hold a cleanup starting
at 9 a.m. at the fort parking
lot and moving west and
south to the'old pogy plant.
For information contact


Len Kmreger at
l.kreger@comcast.net.
Plant sale
Florida Native Plant
Society, Ixia Chapter, will
host a free workshop and
native plant sale from 10
a.m.-2:30 p.m. April 28 at the
UNF Student Union
Auditorium, One UNF
Drive, Jacksonville. Bring a
brown bag lunch and bever-
ages. Space is limited.
Contact Barbara Jackson at
bjack28Q4@aol.com or (904)
655-2550 by April 25 to
reserve your seat.
Presentations will include
Wake Up & Plant the
Natives, Principles of
Landscape Design, 20 Best
Natives for Residential
Landscapes and Planting
Florida Natives for Year-
round Color. Also enjoy a
guided hike of the Sawmill
Slough Preserve following
the presentations.
Ranger programs
Talbot Islands State
Parks invite visitors to
explore the area's natural
and cultural resources
throughout April. Ranger
Talks are held at 2 p.m.
every Saturday in the com-
fort of the Ribault Club on
Fort George Island. Specific
themes vary but will include
topics like native wildlife,
island ecology and local his-
tory.
For information contact
the Talbot Islands Ranger
Station at (904) 251-2320.
Newprogram
Nassau County
Extension is now participat-
ing in the Florida Yards &
Neighborhoods (FYN)
Homeowner Program and
its Florida Friendly Land-
scape (FFL) Yard Recogni-
tion program. The FYN
Homeowner Program rec-
ognizes environmentally
friendly gardeners with offi-
cial FFL Yard Recognition
signs. For information visit
http://fyn.ifas.ufl.edu/home
owner.htm, or visit the Ex-
tension website, http://nas-
sau.ifas.ufl.edu/, and access
the link for FYN Home-
owner Program; or call
(904) 879-1019 or 491-7340.


PET PROJECTS


Silent auction
The Nassau Humane
Society is holding a silent
auction on an antique pump)
organ, probably from the
early 1900s. The parlor
organ, in excellent condition,
was originally sold by Sears
Roebuck & Co. of Chicago
and was donated to NHS. See
(and hear) the organ at the
NHS Second Chance store,
312 S. Eighth St., Fernandina
Beach, open 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Monday-Saturday. A video is
also available at NassauHu
lane Sociely.com. The starl-


ing minimum bid is $300 and
the silent auction will close at
the end of the clay April 16.
All proceeds will benefit
the dogs and cats awaiting
their forever homes at the
NHS shelter, 671 Airport
Road in Fernandina Beach.
For information call 321-0022.
Pet fair
Nassau Humane Society
will host a Pet Fair on April
14 from 1-4 p.m. at the
Martin Luther King Jr.
Recreation Center, 1200, Elm
ST, Fernandina Beach. Enjoy
Country Boyz BBQ, a bounce


house, Goliath K9 Dog Train-
ing, kids activities, music,
spay/neuter sign-up and
rabies shots from 2-3:30 p.m.
Bring your pets and family.
Booksale
Cats Angels will hold a
book sale on April 14 from 9
a.m.-noon in the parking lot
at 709 S. Eighth St.,
Fernandina Beach, with a
variety of books to choose
from. Purchase a bag for $1
and fill it with books. Cats
Angels is a 501 (c)3 charity. It
receives no monies from any
government entity.


Artist comer
RAIN Humane Society will
host an Animal Artist Corner
on April 14 at the Paws-
Ability Resale Store in the
Harris Teeter shopping cen-
ter. Rachel Singleton, 13, will
draw portraits from still pic-
tures of pets from 10 a.m.-2
p.m. Bring a clear picture of
your pet for Singleton to
work from. Proceeds will
benefit several animal chari-
ties along with Singleton's
college fund. For information
call (904) 879-5861 or e-mail
rainhumane@yahoo.com.


Hi! My name is Remi. I am
a 1-year-old male hound mix. I
am a gorgeous mixture of
black, brown and white. I am
up-to-date on all my boosters
and am heartworm negative. I
have been staying here as a
guest of Nassau County
Animal Services and even
though I have been taken
excellent care of, I think it is
my turn to find a loving home.
I get along great with the
other dogs and people. Not so
sure about cats yet but I am
such a sweetheart it is hard to
imagine me being anything
but nice to them. Come see


Sophia is a beautiful blue
12-week-old American Pitbull
Terrier. Sophia is in a wonder-
ful foster home learning how
to be a great indoor family
member. She is in the process
of being house and crate-
trained. Sophia loves children
and has been raised around
lots of them. She is in a foster
home with her littermates as
well as two Chihuahuas. To
learn more about Sophia or
any other dogs'that we have
available please visit our web-
site at www.8csbigdogres-
cueinc.weebly.com or call us
at 507-8095. Puppy season is
here and we could use more


Hanna and Squeekers
were brought to Cats Angels
by their owner, who was des-
perate to put them in a safe
place before she went into
hospice care. Both are sweet
and loving adult cats.
Hanna, with black and
white fur, is 5 years old a little
shy at first, butit won't take .
her' long to get to know you.
Squeekers is a female black
kitty who is 3 years old, outgo-
ing and friendly. They depend
on each other and we hope to
find them a new forever home
together. Please visit our web-
site at www.catsangels.com to
see all the cats waiting for
their forever homes or call
321-2267 to meet with an
adoption volunteer. You can


me for yourself. I can be found
at Nassau County Animal
Services, 86078 License Road,
Yulee, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tues-
day through Friday, 11 a,m. to
3:30 p.m. Saturday and
closed Sundays and Mondays.


foster homes. It is a very
rewarding experience and is a
great way give back! We pro-
vide all the food and medical
services, you provide the
home and the love. This
photo is courtesy of Boston
Photography.


also stop by Petco in Yulee
this Saturday between 9 a.m.
and 3 p.m. for a special adop-
tion event to meet more of our
kitties there.
Cats Angels will hold a
Used Book Sale this Saturday
from 9 a.m. til noon in our
parking lot at 709 S. Eighth St.
Select from our large variety ,
of books and fill a bag for only
$1. Don't forget, Cats Angels
accepts donations for our
Thrift Store during business
hours Monday through
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Call us at 321-2267 if you have
large items or need a pick-up.
Please spay and neuter the
animals in your care. Call Cats
Angels at 321-2267 for options
on lower cost services.


STARS

My name is Eddie. I'm an eight-
pound, 5-year-old Chihuahua looking
for a forever home. I love hanging out
with the other dogs in my foster home
but would like to have a lap and a real "
home of my own. Walking on a leash, I' J
cuddling and snoozing are some of my
favorite pastimes.
Save the Animals Rescue Society -
does not iun a shelter. Animals are fos- "'
tered by STARS members until a suit- .
able and caring home is found. STARS
needs new foster 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.starsofamelia.org and fill out an adoption
application. Thank you.


NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY

Skittles is a wonderful dog who
proves that true beauty is way more
than skin deep! She's a Bulldog mix
with a sweet personality and a great
temperament. She belonged to a family
for about three years. Unfortunately.
she has a hereditary skin condition, ,, -
which is non-contagious but has
caused her to lose some of her hair. '' '
We're treating her and have already
seen quite a bit of improvement. And Skittles is a truly beautiful
dog on the inside -she is very social, gets along well with peo-
ple and loves children. She needs to be in a home with no cats,
and she can be aggressive with some dogs but gets along with
others. She walks well on her leash and she's a favorite of our
staff and our volunteer dogwalkers. If you'd like to give a sec-
ond chance to a fine dog who might otherwise get passed over.
please come see Skittles and find out what a great thing inner
beauty can be!
Randy is also one of our staff's
favorites! He's a Domestic Short Hair
mix, about 2 years old and with a great
personality. He's a really sweet fellow
who loves to sit in your lap and be pet-
ted or cuddle, or have his head
scratched. He loves to be kissed and
doted on and will stay in your lap all : ,-
day if you want! He's mellow and laid '
back and we think he'd get along fine
in any loving home he gets along well with people and with
the other cats in our cattery. And when you hi.at. iii, I things to
do, he'll be happy playing with toys or lying in the sun. Please
come see why we all love Randy we think you will too!
Please join us for the NHS Pet Fair, Saturday from I to 4 p.m.
at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center, 1200 Elm St. in
Fernandina Beach. The fair will feature lots of pet-related in for-
mation, Dr. Kim Carter of Nassau Veterinary Hospital, games
for pets and kids, dog washing and grooming, music and a DJ., a
bouncy house, and barbecue and drinks for purchase. Hope to
see you there!


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PEOPLE &PLACES


SPECIAL EVENTS

'Streetcar'at ACT
Amelia Community Theatre
presents "Streetcar Named
Desire." Tennessee Williams'
masterpiece explores the
extremes between fantasy
and reality. While visiting her
sister, Stella, in New Orleans,
fallen Southern belle Blanche
DuiBois' illusions of grandeur
are shattered by her earthy
and realistic brother-in-law,
Stanley Kowalski, in this sultry
Southern drama. Directed by
Marylee Long. Performances
are at 8 p.m. April 12, 13, 14,
19, 20, 21, 26, 27 and 28, with
a matinee at 2 p.m. April 22.
Tickets are on sale now at $20
for adults and $10 for stu-
dents."
Amelia Community Theatre
is located at 207 Cedar St.
Box office hours are Thursday,
Friday and Saturday from 11
a.m.-1 p.m. and 90 minutes
before curtain. Call 261-6749
for tickets or purchase online
at www.ameliacommunitythe-
atre.org.
Courtyard Nights
The next Courtyard Nights
at the Betty P. Cook Nassau
Center will feature Christian
duo Joey and Jeanie with an
,uplifting evening of Christian
contemporary standards, old
gospel favorites and original
works on April 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Admission is free, but
please bring a canned good
for the Barnabas food bank.
Light refreshments will be
available, or bring your own
(no alcohol). Lawn chairs
encouraged. The series is
sponsored by the FSCJ Betty
P. Cook Nassau Center, The
News-Leader and Nassau
County Record. Call 548-4432
for information.
Election collection
The Amelia Island Museum
of History, 233 S. Third St., will
open its newest temporary
exhibit, FDR to Obama: A
Private Collection, on April 13
at 6 p.m. Every four years we
decide who our next president
will be. Without fail, entrepre-
neurs create T-shirts, posters,
buttonsandc other parapherna-
lia to help support their candi-
date. Some disappear after
November, but some become
part of history and sought after
by collectors for years to
come. One such local collector
has loaned the museum his
collection that spans every
presidential election from.
Franklin D. Roosevelt to pres-
ent day. Helping open the
exhibit will be Jack Pickard,
presenting the history of politi-
cal parties in America.
Admission is $5 for members
and $10 nonmembers. For
information contact Alex at 61-
7378, ext. 102.
Volunteerlunch
The 27th annual Nassau
County Volunteer Center's
Volunteer Awards luncheon
will be held April 19 at the
Atlantic Av.enue Recreation
Center from noon-1:30 p.m.
Awards will be presented by
the city of Fernandina Beach
(the Elsie Harper awards for
service to youth, seniors, com-
munity enrichment and social
services), the Nassau County
Commission, the Amelia
Island/Nassau County
Association of Realtors, the
town of Hilliard, the Rayonier
Foundation, the Fernandina
Optimist Club and the Greater
West Nassau Chamber of
Commerce.
For information or tickets
call the Volunteer Center at
261-2771 or visit www.volun-
teernassau.org.
Chamber singers
The Island Chamber
Singprs will present "19th
Century Romantics," a concert
showcasing Brahms and
Puccini, on April 20 and 22 at
the Amelia Plantation Chapel.
Featured will be Giacomo
Puccini's Messa di Gloria and
Johannes Brahms'Schick sal-
slied, or The Song of Fate.
Tenor soloist Reginald
Bouknight from Washington,
D.C., will sing with the group
and also perform solos, includ-
ing a selection of spirituals.
The concerts will take
place at the chapel, 36 '
Bowman Road, on Friday at 8
p.m. and Sunday at3 p.m. An


opening night reception will
follow Friday's concert in the
Fellowship Hall. Tickets, $15
for adults and free for K-12
students, are available at
islandchambersingers.com,
from the singers, the Welcome
Center, 102 Centre St., (800)
226-3542, and the AIFBY .
Chamber of Commerce,
961687 Gateway Blvd., Suite
101 G, 261-3248. Tickets will
also be sold at the door. For
information call 225-0575 on


weekdays.

THIS WEEK

Genealogy group
Genealogy group meetings
are held at Yulee United
Methodist Church, 86003
Christian Way, Yulee, the sec-
ond and fourth Wednesday of
each month from 9-11 a.m.
New members are welcome.
Call 225-5381 or Paulette
Murrin at 548-9752 for infor-
mation.
Legion bingo
The public is invited to play
bingo every Thursday night.at
American Legion Post 54, 626
S. Third St., Fernandina
Beach, in the large smoke-free
meeting hall. Doors open at
5:45 p.m. and Early Bird
Games start at 6:10 p.m., with
regular play beginning prompt-
ly at,6:30 p.m.
The bingo session is nine
games for $20, with multiple
jackpots being paid out.
Refreshments are available.
For questions email
post54bingo@yahoo.com.
Proceeds go back into pro-
grams sponsored by the
American Legion.
Maritime Museum
The Maritime Museum of
Amelia Island hosts a program
on a current topic every Friday
at 5 p.m. The programs are
jointly sponsored by the muse-
um and Amelia Research and
Recovery, LLC, the Amelia-
based company that searches
for and recovers sunken treas-
ure from Spanish Galleons.
The museum is located at
1335 S. Eighth St. No reserva-
tions are needed. Call (904)
838-6688 or (904) 838-6619.
Shrimp Fest exhibit
The Plantation Guild and
Gallery in The Spa and Shops
of the Omni Amelia Island
Plantation will feature artwork
celebrating the 48th annual
Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp
Festival set for May 4-6. In
recognition of Fernandina -
Beach as the birthplace of the
modern shrimping industry,
the guild's artists will offer a
special pwqiaof worwr;, ,
related to the Shrimp Festival
celebration, on view today
through May 12. The public is
invited.
The next new show, Spring
Fling, will feature fresh new
works with an opening recep-
tion on May 18 with host
Osprey Village providing wine
and light snacks.
Women network
Women's Network
WOAMTEC will meet from
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. today at
Amelia National Golf &
Country Club, 95211
Clubhouse Road. Guest
speaker will be Tami Banno of
Beijo Bags. Network with local
businesswomen (and men) in
a stress-free, business-build-
ing atmosphere. Bring a door
prize to raffle and promotional
materials for display or hand-
out. Cost is $15 and includes
lunch. For information contact
Lisa Buben at (734) 341-5507
or lisa@bubenoffice.com.
Myelomasupport
The North Floida Multiple
Myeloma Support Group will
meet at the Marriott Courtyard
on the Mayo campus at 6 p.m.
today. All who suffer from this
form of cancer, their care-
givers and others are invited
to a lecture by Pauline Saade
of Celgene, the manufacturer
of Revlimrnid, one of the leading
drugs actively prescribed to
fight this disease.
Newcomers meet
The Newcomers Club of
Amelia Island will host its
monthly coffee on April 12 at
10:30 a.m. All women who
reside in Nassau County (no
matter how long they have
lived here) are welcome to
attend. For information contact
Lulu Elliott at luluelliott@hot-
mail.com or 548-9807; or visit
http://newcomersclubofameli-
aisland.com.
Open house
On April 12, Fernandina
Beach Christian Academy will
open its doors to families
exploring their choices in
classroom education for their
young children. Visit at 9 a.m.,
while school is in session, or


at 6 p.m.
Fernandina Beach
Christian Academy offers stan-
dards-based kindergarten, first
and second grades. All teach-
ers are certified in early child-
hood. The school is at 1600 S.
Eighth St:, at First Baptist
Church of Fernandina Beach.
Memories exhibit
Seventh Street Gallery
invites you to a reception for


artist Jose Garcia, "Memories
of Josephine Baker," a suite of
vibrant paintings celebrating
Baker's magnetic free spirit,
passion for life and exotic
beauty as he fondly remem-
bers her. Garcia will also auto-
graph a limited edition hard-
cover book, Memories of
Josephine Baker, featuring
glossy prints accompanied by
Baker quotes and historical
annotations by Carol Sullivan.
Join the gallery at 14 S.
Seventh St. (across from
Lulu's) on Friday or Saturday,
April 13-14 from 5-8 p.m. For
questions, directions or to
arrange an alternate viewing
time, call 432-8330.
Home school meeting
One of the nation's leading
home school organizations is
forming in Nassau County for
,the 2012-13$school year. An
information session on the
Classical Conversations edu-
cation method will-be held at 1
p.m. April 13 at Goffinsville
Park in Nassauville. Contact
Tabitha Mudd at 556-6757 or
tabithamudd@yahoo.com or
visit www.classicalconversa-
tions.com for information.
Artwalk
Andrea Adair-Lasserre will
premiere her new work during
the Second Saturday
Artrageous Artwalk April 14
from 5-8 p.m. at the Blue Door
Artist Gallery, 205 1/2 Centre
St., Fernandina Beach.
Vintage family photos and
turn-of-the-century wallpaper
gain new life as they serve as
inspirations in her current
body of work. Look for the col-
orful stairway between the
Island Coffee Shop and Go
Fish. Regular hours are
Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5
p.m. Call 557-1187 or visit
bluedoorartists.com.
* *
An opening reception for
the Nouveau Art juried
themed exhibition, "And Then
There was Light," James


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Widerman Best of Show win-
ner, will be held April 14 from
5-8 p.m. at the Island Art
Association gallery, 18 N.
Second St. The Artrageous
Artwalk reception, also from 5-
8 p.m., will feature artist
Georganna Mullis. Visit
www.islandart.org or call 261-
7020 for information.
Crafts show
The 9th Annual Arts &
Crafts Show & Sale will be
held April 14 from 9 a.m.-3
p.m. at Maxwell Hall, located
behind the Memorial United .
Methodist Church Sanctuary,
601 Centre St. The event is a
showcase for local artisans
and crafters including artists,
photographers, fabric artists,
jewelry designers and other
mixed media artists. Home
baked goods and lunch will be
available. Sponsored by. the
Memorial United Methodist
Women, proceeds support the
missions of UMW, including
many in Nassau County.
Admission is free. For infor-
mation call Gail at 491-3713.
Reunion
A Yulee High School
reunion for the classes of
1939-65 will be held from 4
p.m. until on April 14 with a
Frontier Days theme at the
home of Richard Wilson in
north Jacksonville. The meal
is $15 per person and will be
served at 5 p.m. Tickets are


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Callfor singers

The 2012 local observance of r us are invited to attend rehear-
the National D)ay of Prayer will sals at Amelia Baptist Church
be held Thursday, April 26 at 7 from 5-6 p.m. on Sunday, April
p.m. at the First Baptist Church 15 and 22.
in Fernandina Beach, 1600 S. This service will be a part
Eighth St. of the 61st annual nationwide
A community chorus is observance of the National Day
being recruited to provide spe- of Prayer. Keynote speaker here
cial music and lead the singing will be Army Chaplain Col.
along with the Nassau Commu- Edward Northrop of the Special
nity Band. Pam Helton, music Operations Command at
minister at Amelia Baptist MacDillAFB Florida.


-Church, is the musical director
for this interdenominational
event.
Persons interested in
singing in the community cho-


available at Southeastern
Bank in Yulee or by mail from
Ruth Brewer, 96145 Blackrock
-Road, Yulee, FL 32097. For
information call 261-5958.
Empowerment seminar
Women of Power, a sub-
sidiary of LaVerne Mitchell
Ministries, presents It's All
About Purpose, a free
empowerment seminar for
women on April 14 from 10
a.m.-2 p.m. at the Amelia
Island Museum of History, 233
S. Third St. Presenters
include Lisa Presnell, entre-
preneur, LaKeesha Morris,
business consultant, Nicole
White, public relations, and
Sherrie Gardner, entrepre-
neur, child-care specialist.
RSVP is encouraged. For
details contact Valerie Baker
at (904) 635-8789.
NEXT WEEK

Genealogy meeting
The Amelia Island
Genealogical Society will
meet at 7 p.m. April 17 at the
Fernandina Beach Police
Department Community
Room, 1525 Lime St. Faith
Varrasse and Lori Miranda will
present "Let Me Weave You a
Story: Genealogical
Synchronicity and Family
Patterns." Genealogy
research often turns up simi-
larities and themes connecting
several generations. The pro-
gram will illustrate this with a
story of two unrelated family
lines that both originated in


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Across
1. Jacobs and
Chagall, e.g.
6. Lake in Provence
9. Angelina's partner
13. Seize or take
over
14. Boxer Clay
15. Grease another's
palms
16. Lord's estate
17. For every
18. Painter's helper
19. *Endangered
___ Act
21. *Re-purpose
23. Traveler's desti-
nation
24. Evade payment
25. End of a fuse?
28. *Quickly spread-
ing desert
30. Island famous for
bears
35. Faubourg Saint-
Honore and
Rivoli, e.g.
37. Where batters
practice
39. Neatly smart in
dress, dapper
40. Gaelic
41. Acquired behav-
ior pattern
43. Freezing temper-
ature in Celsius
44. Colorado national
park
46. _.._ Lee
47. 'What most cars
do with pollutants
48. Type of engine
50. Beaks
52. __ Paolo
53. Like a painting on
a wall
55. Top seed in tour-
nament
57. Because of that


Interested singers are asked
to contact Allen Lennon at 261-
8799 or- allenlennon@com-
cast.net so adequate copies of
the music can be obtained.


Yorkshire, England and con-
verged centuries later in
Pennsylvania. The genogram
- a method for psychologists
to graphically represent family
patterns -will be introduced
as a tool for genealogists,
along with examples of differ-
ent types of repeating infor-
mation that may appear in
family histories. The presenta-
tion will also include the
results of a "20 Questions"
survey of genealogy experi-
ences. The public is welcome.
Party & a play
Join "Party and a Play at
ACT" on April 17 to support
Communities in Schools of
Nassau County. Enjoy a spe-
cial performance of "A
Streetcar Named Desire" and
libations and heavy gourmet
hors d'oeuvres by Horizon's
Restaurant.
Tickets are $50 and
include the reception at 7 p.m.
and performance at 8 p.m., all
to benefit CIS. Tickets are
available at cisnassau.tick-
etleap.com, (904) 321-2000 or
the AIFBY Chamber of
Commerce.
Art meeting
The Island Art Association
will hold its general meeting
April 17 at 7 p.m. in the IAA
Education Center, 18 N.
Second St. Guest speaker
Joe Winston will present "The
art of Chinese finger painting"
not the finger painting you
remember. The public is invit-
ed, free of charge.


25. '*An objective is
to save these
26. Ratched
from "One Flew
Over the
Cuckoo's Nest"
27. *Outer layer of
seeds
29. Sheep cries
31. Fog or stupor
32. Milk and bread
on a grocery list,
e.g.
33. Courtyards
34.' *__ Protocol.
a framework for
climate change
36. Nostradamus,
e.g.
38. Irish name of
Ireland
42. Something best
not mentioned
45. "In the grand
____ of things"
49. Center of activity
51. Cozy and warnm
54. Usually depicted
as beautiful maid-
en
56. Boredom
57. God of thunder
58. '*Atmospheric
dust, vapor,
smoke and mois-
ture
59. Aphrodite's son
60. Popular rock
opera
61. Russia
with Love"
62. Ignorant person
63. Male version of
Emily
64. Tear violently
67." we there
yet?"


61. *Gaylord Nelson
to Earth Day
, 65. Group.of wives
66. Sea in Spain
68. Garden dweller
69. *Diminishing
layer
70. One who plays
for pay
71. Harry's Professor
of Defence
Against the Dark
Arts
72. R in RIP
73. Bottom of pants,
e.g.
74. Triangular road
sign
Down
1. the word"
2. As quickly as you
can
3. Ancient Germanic
alphabet charac-
ter
4. Cash Return on
Capital Invested
5. *Rachel Carson's
"Silent_ "
6. 200 of these in
Daytona 500
7. Type of brew
8. Type of clouds, pl.
9. Make like a don-
key
10. Reduced instruc-
tion set computer
11. Cain's victim
12. Mark for omis-
sion
15. Appear inviting
20. Steve Buscemi's
character on
"Boardwalk
Empire"
22. Bugling ungulate
24. Beginning of uni-
verse?


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Local film screening
"The Diary of Preston Plummer" will be shown on
the big screen in Fernandina Beach, where it was
filmed and the community joined in to help it get
made. A screening is scheduled the evening of April
21 at the Carmike Cinemas Island 7 on South 14th
Street, exact time to be announced. Visit www.thedi-
aryofprestonplummer.com for details.


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100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204 Work Wanted 403 Financial-Home/Property 606 Photo Equipment & Sales 619 Business Equipment 800 REAL ESTATE 813 Investment Property 858 Condos-Unfurnished
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check the Nassau Humane Society
facility located at 671 Airport Rd. next
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Nassau County Animal Shelter, 86078
License Rd. in Yulece next to the drivers
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201 Help Wanted
FLORIDA HOUSE INN now hiring
bartender, servers and housekeeper.
Call (904)491-3322.
SYTLIST NEEDED Booth rent
$165/wk. First 2 weeks FREE. Call for
interview with Heidi at Cormier Hair
Studio (904)277-2767 or 583-4722

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CARIBBEAN TAN & SPA looking for
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an Esthetician with clientele. Please call
(904)557-5829.
OFFICE MANAGER for busy St.
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with supervision, insurance & patient
billing and A/Rs, and EMR required,
Full-time salaried position with bene-
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SunBelt Transport, LLC. ANF

25 DRIVER TRAINEES Needed Now
- Learn to drive for Werner Enterprises.
Earn $800 per week. No experience
needed. CDL & job ready in 3 weeks
(888)368-1964. ANF

DRIVERS Hiring experienced/
inexperienced tanker drivers. Great
benefits & pay. New fleet Volvo tractors.
I year OTR exp. req'd. Tanker training
available. Call today (877)882-6537,
www,OakleyTransportation.com. ANF

DRIVERS % Knight has steady dry van
& refrigerated freight. Annual salary
$45K to $60K. flexible hometime.
modem trucks. CDL-A, 3 mos current
OTR exp. www.driveknight.com,
(800)414-9569. ANF


CAN YOU DIG IT? We will train,
certify & provide lifetime assistance
landing work. Hiring in Florida. Start
digging as a heavy equipment operator.
(866)362-6497. ANF

PART-TIME Administrative Staff &
Property Inspector for local Real
Estate Company. Must have trans-
portation, drug test required & Satur-
day work mandatory. Amelia Island
Resort Rentals, Inc., (904)261-9444.


WE HIRE TOP

NOTCH PEOPLE!
APPLY TODAY:
www.satillatemps.com
OR CALL
Stephanie, KIm, or Mary

904-261-5004





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INSiRANCEi AG;E.NCY CSR
PROP "TY MANAGERt


201 Help Wanted I


TECHNICAL SERVICES
COORDINATOR
Nassau County Is seeking a full time,
multi-talented .Technical Services
Coordinator with experience in IT &
Network Administration. Starting salary
is $44,675.43 plus benefits. Requires a
Bachelor's Degree with emphasis in
Computer Systems Hardware, Software
and Networking Technologies Is pre-
ferred. Three (3) to five (5) years exp-
erience supporting Microsoft Operating
Systems, End-User Applications and
related technologies. Must" possess a
valid state driver's license. Knowledge
of Microsoft Office 2003/2007 Server,
Ad, User Profile Administration and
Networking Protocols preferred. Con-
siderable knowledge of Microsoft XP/
Vista Exchange 2003/2007 and Outlook
2003/2007 preferred. Knowledge and
experience with Telecommunications
Systems such as P25 Trunked Radio
System, Cisco Call Managers, Switches
and Routers preferred. Working
experience with Ancillary Information
Systems such as Veritas Tape Backup,
McAfee Virus and Spam Security
Programs preferred. Applications will
be accepted through April 17, 2012
and can be obtained in the Human
Resources Department located at
96135 Nassau Place, Suite 5, Yulee, FL
32097. Phone (904)491-7332 or fax
(904)321-5797. EOE/M/F/D/V Drug
Free Workplace.


MECHANIC Experienced in
construction equipment including gas,
diesel, hydraulics, and small engine
for rental company in St. Marys,
GA. Own tools, clean MVR-over 21.
Fax resume 912-576-1903 or email
trilaneadmin@itds. net.


Medical Billing Trainees Needed -
Train to become a Medical Office Asst.
No exp needed. Job training & local
placement assistance. HS Diploma/
GED & PC/Internet needed. (888)374-
7294. ANF


EXP'D OTR FLATBED DRIVERS -
Earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000
sign on to qualified drivers. Home most
weekends. Vets welcome. (843)266-
3731 / bulldoghiway.com. EOE. ANF


201 Help Wanted
REAL ESTATE COMPANY now hiring
Housekeepers. Great pay and flexible
schedules. (904)261-9444

SHUTTLE DRIVERS WANTED
Nights & weekends. Must be island
resident. Drug test. Clean MVR. Call
(904)261-1130.

HAMPTON INN AND SUITES
is accepting applications for front desk,
housekeeping, and maintenance.
Applications available at 19 South 2nd
St., Fernandina Beach.

AMELIA HOTEL is seeking
EXPERIENCED LAUNDRY PERSON. Must
be able to work nights, weekends and
holidays. Must be fast paced and
organized. Apply in person 1997 S.
Fletcher Ave.

LIVE-WORK-PLAY-PARTY! Play in
Vegas, hang in LA, jet to New York.
Hiring 18-24 girls/guys. $400-$800
wkly. Paid expenses. Signing bonus.
(866)574-7454. ANF

RESIDENCE INN Experienced
Housekeepers, Front Desk, & Seasonal
Shuttle Driver. No phone cal*
please. Accepting applications
2301 Sadler Rd.

CBC NATIONAL BANK in
Fernandina Beach, Florida has an
opening for a Credit Administration
Assistant. This position will assist
the Senior Credit Officer with the
calculation of the bank's loan los
reserve; assist in the preparation al
distribution of loan-related reports fo'
various bank committees; and extract
loan data from the processing system
and create various reports in response
to inquiries from bank management,
internal auditors and examiners. The
qualified candidate will have a high
school diploma (some college pre-
ferred), a minimum of three (3) years
of banking experience, have an inter-
mediate to advanced knowledge of
Microsoft Word and Excel, and possess
good verbal and written communication
skills. Resume and cover letter should
be emailed, along with salary require-
ments, to siarzvna()cbcnational-
bank.com. We are a Drug Free
Workplace and an Equal
Opportunity Employer.


'
Fernandina Beach Animal Clinic
is currently seeking to add another veterinary assistant to our staff. While
experience in the veterinary field is beneficial, it isnot required for this position.
We are looking for a caring individual that will enjoy working with companion
animals, interacting with their owners, and enjoy the training
-process. The ability to work with a variety of people is a key
skill, as teamwork is essential in our work environment.
NFERNANDINA BEACH Aipp'ly inll'sol? l wit l S th s l ll" or
ANIMAL CuMC, INC iillofl inimal@bellsouth.net:
|1818 South 1.lSt.
\ Fernandina Beach 32034
/ or FAX your resume to 904.277.6890
'/ NO CALLS PLEASE


I 01 Help Wanted
REAL ESTATE SALES AGENT for
Nassau County new home sales.
Highest commissions paid! Military exp.
helpful. Fax resume to (904)722-2277.

LOOKING FOR LONG TERM
CAREER? Pays $1600/mo. to start.
Call (912)882-6230.


S 204 Work Wanted
A & A LAWN MAINTENANCE Prices
start as low as $25. Lawn
maintenance. Specializing in weed
control. Call (904)556-9370.

CONCRETE SPECIAL Get ready for
summer with a concrete patio,
driveway addition, grilling pad, etc.
Starting at $599. 491-4383 or 237-
7324

HOMEOWNER HELPERS
We do Carpentry, Painting
Install Doors, Windows, Fixtures
Cleaning, Errands & Chores.
Reliable. Exp'd. (904)277-4261


207 Business
Opportunities
WELL-ESTABLISHED (5 YEARS)
LOCAL FRANCHISE PUBLICATION -
for sale. Part-time, work from home,
great money and fun! Owner moving.
Call (904)415-6706.




301 Schools &
Instruction
HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA from
home 6-8 weeks. Accredited. Get a di-
ploma. Get a job! Free brochure (800)
264-8330. Benjamin Franklin High
School, www.diplomafromhome.com.
ANF

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from
home. "Medical *Business Criminal
justice *Hospitality. Job placement
assistance.' Computer available. Finan-
cial aid if qualified. SCHEV certified.
(877)206-5165,
www.CenturaOn-line.com. ANF

AIRLINES ARE HIRING Trainsfor
hands on Aviation Maintenance Career.
FAA approved program. Financial aid if
qualified Housing available. Call
Aviation Institute of Maintenance (866)
314-3769. ANF


SERVICE DIRECTORY


RB \LED STRAW |


JOHN'S PINE STRAW
QUALITY GA STRAW GREAT PRICE
277-0738
Locally Owned & Operated
"A company built one bale at a dine through
hard work and integrity over 18 years.
Fast, Friendly Service-Installation Available


SELECT PINE STRAW
CONVENIENT ON ISLAND
SADLER ROAD
PREMIUM LONG LEAF
$3.50 PER BALE
S 261-8883
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NICK ISABELLA, INC.
Coloi and Stamped Palios,
Driveways Sldewalks. Slabs
VJI do0ng Rqeg0/ar Corcrefe
ana Stamped Conc'ete
261-3565 REASONABLE ESTIMATES
S LICENSE 694 -






Patios Sidewalks &
Driveway Add-ons, starting at '599
We will meet or beat any reasonable quotes.
Highest Quality Lowest Prices
Licensed &ice: (4) 41-4383
Licensed & Bonded Cell: (g904) 237-7742


CLEANING SERVICE



tiAV TIME

Window & House
Cleaning

(904) 583-6331


CONSTRlUCTION


BRANNAN

CONSTRUCTION
State Reg, Building Contractor
40 Years Experience
Licensed Insured
State Licensed RB0055959
GRfOGES ROOM ADDITIONS
NEW HOMES
QUiLITY GUflRNTEED

2-Car Garages ~.
'16,495"0
2 x24 Wood[firtl Only L '
conciuleono '^Ul


Granite Today
Countertops
Granite, Quartz,
Silestone, Cambria
Best Prices In Town
904-412-8237
*15% off fabrication with this ad.





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AMELIA

ISLAND

GUTTERS
When It Rains
Be Prepared.

6"Seamless
Aluminum Gutters
Now Installing Screened Rooms

LICENSED & INSURED Lowell Duster

(904)261-1940


;AR\(;E DOORS


GARAGE DOOR &
OPERATOR SYSTEMS
Steven Iair Maintenance, In, L.
"7lhe local gvy" since 198'- L[
Qi I allying TooMe1 cI .!
tApirai'nr o di (ia rrplacenmejii, Ianslmilleri rpla'ement
BrLkeni SisiiS Sttippedirt IS
* C'abls loi bralllakes & md ls
904-277-2086


HOME SERVICES


Your Home Services
Management Team!
Absentee Homes
Occupied Homes
Home Watching/Monitoring
Handyman Housekeeping
Lawn Care Power Washing
Scheduled Maintenance

904-468-0369
www.hwsplus.com/amelia
Discover the New Way to
Maintain Your Home


HWS An
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LAWN MAINTENANCE




Florida( .-ner

* Full Service Lawn Maintenance
* Landscape Design & Installation
* Flowerbeds, Mulch, Cleanups
* Irrigation Repairs & Installations
* Hydroseeding & Sod
* All Natural Fertilization Program
* Garden &Sod Prep $75 per 500s.f.

(904) 753-1537
www. FloridaGardenerlnc.com




Bob's Irrigation

& Landscapinglnc.
Full Service liwn Maintenance
landscape Dlesign & installation
Irrigation Installation & Repair
Outdoor Lighting Solutions
Seasonal Lighting Projects
4 Sod Installation & Repair
Concrete Pavers & Fire Pits
Deck Installation & Repair
RetainingWalls & Ponds
S(;GradingServices & Drainage

904-261-5040
ES 12000919
hobsirrigationilandscape.comn


GREEN FX LAWN CARE
li', Masi' ureii riA''lli'iii' y ith' Ynrd
Full Service lIawn Mainilenace
Free lsiniates, Spring Cleilnup
Residential & Commercial
Mosl lawns $25
Mike Rogers
mrogers 121 4iiyahoo.comn
904-556-1688


Place an Ad!
Call 261-3696


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Removal & Installation
$275 per Pallet
Sod, Labor & Fertilizer
Included
No Up-Front Fee
(904) 868-7602


LUXURY

LANDSCAPE
"For the Luxury You Deserve"
*Lawn Maintenance*
*Landscape Installatlon*
*Irrigation Installatlon*
*Mulch & Pine Straw*
*Sprlng Clean-Up*
*Shrub Trimmming*
*Sod Installation*
Free Estimates and
Great Pricesl
since 1992

(904) 525-0176


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(904) 261-6821


PA I N-FINTG
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Quality \Vork a,.
Reasonable Prices
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PRESSURE 1A.LSHING

PRESSURE WASHING
RAY O'ROURKE
Houses Trailers Patios
Driveways etc.
Exterior Windows
Wood Docks Cleaned s Resealed
FREE ESTIMATES
261-4353


ROOFIN(;


COlSTL ROOFING
SYSTEMS

S"Re.Roofing Is Our Specialty"
Nassau County's Largest
i Roofing & Siding Contractor
Serving Satisfied Homebuilders
S & Homeowners Since 1993
Re-Roofing New Roofing
Siding Soffit & Fascia

261-2233
Free Estimates
A Coastal Build/ing Systems Co.



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GIVE SHAWN A CALL!
BUSH HOGGING
DRIVEWAY GRADING
LAWN MAINTENANCE
GARDEN TILLING
904-318-3700
Insured l.ionsod


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COMMlUNErY (GARAE SALE Sat
.41(-, Sam- tpm. Sea Grove
_:ubdliusion., can LaFitte off or
asmine.

2oaa s NRISE DR. -Fn & Sat, Sam-
non. Fishing qeair, nooks, bookcases,
La- I-ov, recumrnc eer hike, young
dirts & means clothes, new cnb,
'auanumistandt. -irating board, loam
matter raps, a:3rpet, lamps, im furn,
kit. stuff.
85912 HADDOCK RD. Thurs.-Sat..
,am- New nothing, sheets. house-
nlid items, furniture. wall cabinets,
mled items, & more. s90,4) 504-7674
CATS AItGELS GUWT BOOK SAE -
Fill jur oau rur $1 Vlaeos available.
Sat. ,14.= am-1Z noon. 7Q9 S. tth
St.

!ORT4Tt HAMPTQM AM NAL
CaIwMQUI41TY GRAGE SALE
Sat.. Appnil Zst. Sam-I2pm. Turn at
tuorrav'3 Grill oan Amelia Conicourse,
take a rPght an Norttt Hampton Club1
Way Cat's Angels ,ill be at the
4menity Canter rmein ST am-lpm.

MASSlVE ioU/rING/ESTATE SALE -
Electronic urmitumr, clothing, brooks
and more. Sam-Zpm. Fr. 4/13 & Sat-.
4/14. a5QQ5 Una Rd. Rain or shine-


YARD SALE Beachwav subdivision
off ofrArrigo, Bludt,. y Sugpe- Wal-Prit
Sat. 4/14, am-Ipm.


YARD SALE LatS of stuff. Antiques,
collectibles, be f-ames, &much more
Sat. 4/1-A sam-Zpm, 2QZ01 Marti' Ct,
orr tItrona.


FLORA PARKE COMMIlWY
GARAGE SALE a nrrT-pm, lrr iSatt,
Arrnl 73-1-4. 4A & Amelia Concourse
in 'ul s just west of Wal-Mart


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3752 FROG HOLLOW LN., Milliard -
Frn. & Sat. Sam-tpm. Clacks, dili
packet watches, lawn oquipmenr.
leather rumiture, housnekld and muchM
more. Please visit www.ambn-rtanie-
jax. nom.

ESTATE SALE Sat. a-/14 & Sun.
4/15, 2122 Cashen Wean Dr., Fernan-
dina. Pnced to go, evernthinig
negotiable (bring truck/trailer) Fuimi-
turm-china cabinet, bedsa, laz'boys,
tables, chairs, kitchen items, beading,
clothes. 1997 Honda Accord. Everi-
thing must go. Cash Only. 9am-Zpm.
(1a54)557-8592
MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE Sat-
4/14-,. Sam-lpm. Lot of household and
babr itenmsl Don't miss this sale
861a-S Sand Hickory Trail; Hickory
Village subdivision.


601 Garage Sales


B. LANGSTON
PRESENTS
Waterfront Mansion
[tLems 'ram before the
Civil war & on. Furniture
& smalls .panning the
centuries., ncreciible
light-ing., id i books,
wicker, sterling, :locks,
glass & china ga-lore.
Civil war items,
Arnencana, linens, iron,
rugs, tools, art, plus attic
filleo.. Fn., Sat., Sun., 9-5.
#'s at Sam on Fri. 1814
Hiohiand Drive. 9% oiff
Atlantic Ave., Fernandirra
Beach, F-londa,


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Counfrside Apartments
1M2 Bedroom Units
Rent starting at $730-$858
Man & Wed 8am opm. Fri Tpm 5pm
ST1 05 S.. t3th Street, Fernandina Beach
(M84) 7 7-2103 TO 1-800--955-8771
TR iilttion i s ai m sz al Ofui 01 tUMy jrwider Wit smp

Yulee Villas

1, 2&3 Bedroom Units

Ren starting at S$725-$902
N W AGCMCflMG APPUCAiTUMS
Tue~ urs a~- -1ur m l San; -
a50766 US Hwy ; T 7 South. ulee
(9B4) 225-581G TERI 1-8-9554a71
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602 Artides far Sale
FOR SALE (2) Kayaks. ,Old Town.
:Gucld & old Town Dinqo with
3ccessnrrcs, 5200. (904)415-81341
(l2) S-PC. PLACE SETTINGS &
_crjnlll pieces, Mikasa white on white
-hina. 52'5/OBt Call (9104)2T- 89a4i.


MOBILE HOME For Sale. 1979
Skyline, 12x61, Z J3/IBA,, very, goo
conaltion. Hao4e title & ready to mae.
$4,500. (394a)583-4459


704 Recreation, VehkH i- F ml- bIi"dm -
PARKWAY SOTFlH 4BR split plan,
19841 EISURECRAFTC-CLASS 23 formal OR, Z.5HA,. Ig granite/tile kit-
rt. self contained. .39,G0Q miles, A/C cherry, Fr crown molding, nearby each.
needs work. 55010/OBQO. (9041261- $398,500. Owner (516)983-S670a
115js


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WOODED PRIVACY
4BR/3BA in Rirtht Hampton. Formal' LR/BR. Great room with built-
ins, FR and spacious b'fast_ nook. Corian counters and stainless
appliances. Ilother-irt-law suite. Sitting; area off'master opensto
screened lanai with preserve beyond 3 car garage. Golfl OQwnr
financing options. Call for your private showing. Daune Davis,
Watson Realty Corp. 904-T57-4213. MLS #59972S


OCEAWFROMT PROPERTY
Visit www.OceanfrontAmella.comT or a
complete list, or call Bob Geecon at
Oceanfront Realty (9a4)Z61-8870.


Amelia Island Plantation
Sea1 Estate

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OOl HOINDA CIVIC E007 FORD EDGE SEL AWD
55K, 4 cylinder, auto; a/c, power windows, 44K, Auto, A/C, Leather Interior, Fully loaded, 6
power locks, cruise, tinted windows, like new, disc cd player, Alloy wheels, Dual Exhaust, Tinted
Gas Saver! windows, Luggage Rack.


VALUE PRICED $9450


1999 MERCURY SABLE
WAIjONI LS
67K, Auto, A/C, V6, Fully loaded, Leather interior,
Dual power seats, Alloy wheels, Luggage Rack...A
Must See...
VALUE PRICED AT $6450


VALUE PRICED $18,900









HOOI LINCOLN TOWN CAR
CARTIER
96K, Auto, A/C, Alloy wheels, Leather Interior,
Fully loaded, Sunroof, Cruise & Tilt, Premium
Sound System....A Must See.....
VALUE PRICED AT $9450


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806 Waterfront I
DEEP WATERFRONT APT. 1BR,
great fishing dock. Boat lift available
for extra fee. Available July 1st. (904)
703-4265
*LOCATION LOCATION* Lakeside
living and 5 minutes from the beach.
www.oceanrldgeonamellaisland.com
Waterfront Homes & Lots Call
(904) 261-4066 for Information. 'C.H.
Lasserre, Realtor.

807 Condominiums
MARINERS WALK 3BR/2BA, Lease/
Purchase. 185K. Call Phil at Amelia
Coastal Realty 556-9140.

S 817 Other Areas
20 ACRES Live on land now! Only
$99/mo. $0 down, owner financing, no
credit checks. Near El Paso, TX.
Beautiful mountain views. Free color
brochure. www.sunsetranches.com,
(800) 755-8953. ANF
NEW YORK STATE Land Sale -
discounted to 1990's prices! 3 acre
starter camp $17,995. 5 acres
w/farmhouse $49,995. 52 acres,
stream, 2 ponds, beautiful wood &
views. Access to road front, utilities &
state land limited offer. Call Christmas
& Associates (800)229-7843 or visit
landandcamps.com. ANF
FORECLOSED MOBILE HOME with
land ready to move in. Great value.
Approx 1500 sq. ft. 3BR/2BA. Serious
offers only. No renters. Call (850)308-
6473. ANF

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*NORTH
AVENUE -
Downstairs unit
beach.. 900 sq.
Includes water
Available Now.


FLETCHER
2BR/ 1BA
close to the,
ft.. $810/mo.
and sewage.


* AMELIA GREEN Brand
New 2-story 3BR/2.5BA. 1-Car
Garage. $1,395/mo. Available
Now.
* FIRST AVENUE 3BR/2.5BA
townhome close to beach. 2 car
garage. 1,600 sq.ft. $1.250/mo.
Available Now.

* NORTH FLETCHER
AVENUE 2BR/IBA upstairs
unit close to beach. 850 sq. ft.
$850/mo. incl. water & sewage.
Available Now.
* SPRING MEADOW AVENUE
- 3BR/2BA house in Yulee. 1 car
garage. 1.300 sq. ft. S995/mo.
Available Now


Ameia-eraxom


851 Roommate Wanted
UPSTAIRS PRIVATE BEDROOM &
bath. Fully furnished. Utilities included.
$600/mo. Call for appointment (904)
277-5609.


1 852 Mobile Homes


,ON ISLAND Remodeled & clean 2/1
& 2/2 SW $650/rno., 3BR $700/mo. +
dep. Utils avail. Also, APTS. $225/
wk. + dep. Utils incl. 261-5034
BLACKROCK AREA 2BR/1BA, CH&A.
$500/mo. + $500 sec. dep. Call (904)
261-6486.'
5BR/2BA fireplace, large, spacious,
2 living rooms, brand new carpet.
(904)703-4265 owners rep
RV RENTALS AVAILABLE in a
campground. Weekly or monthly. All
utilities & WiFi included. (904)225-
5577.
3BR/2BA SW Kitchen, tile floor.
Water included. Yulee. Small pet OK.
$795/mo. (904)501-5999

856 Apartments
Unfurnished
OCEANFRONT 2BR/1BA Lower
level, terrazo floors, $900/mo, $900
dep, incl sewer, water, garbage. 270 S.
Fletcher. (904)556-5722. Yearly lease.




DEALS
OF THE WEEK
Restaurant 4 Lease 2,500
SF w/hood & drive thru
Retail Downtown
Redticed 335K
Warehouse US 17
2,000 SF from $7 psf
Office Clean w/break area
& lobby $13.64 psf incl utilities
Restaurant/Retail 1-95
Reduced 265K
2227 Sadler Rd
Reduced -.365K

Contact

Phil Griffin

phil@acrfl.com

556-9140









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856 Apartments
Unfurnished


POST OAK APARTMENTS
Affordable Living Rent from $560-
&747 for eligible persons/families. 1 &
2 Bedrooms. Post Oak Apartments
(904)277-7817. Handicap Accessible
apartments available. *This Institution
is an equal opportunity provider, and
employer. TDD: 711


11857 Condos-Furnishedl


LONG TERM AIP 1st floor Spyglass
Unit, 3BR/3BA, located on beach, heat-
ed pool. $1800/mo. including trash
removal & water. (904)310-6106
RESORT CONDO 2BR/2BA fully
furnished condo on Amelia Island
Plantation. Near beach. Swimming
pool. Rent for 12 months at $1200/mo.
Call (904)415-8256.
RESORT CONDO 2BR/2BA fully
furnished 2nd floor condo on Amelia
Island Plantation. Near beach.
Swimming pool at doorstep. Rent for
12 months at $1250/mo. Call
(904)415-8256.

1858 Condos-Unfurnished
COTTAGES OF STONEY CREEK -
behind Super Wal-Mart. 3BR/2.5BA,
1631 sq.. ft. $1195. Nick Deonas
Realty, Inc. (904)277-0006

THE LANDINGS ON AMELIA RIVER -
Over 3400sf on 2nd floor overlooking
Intercoastal Waterway, 3BR/3.5BA,
fireplace, wet bar, gated community
pool and parking garage. Asking
$3,000/mo. -4 utilities. Call (904)753-
4147 or (904)321-3444.
AMELIA LAKES CONDOS Living in
Paradise 1/1 and 2/2 deluxe condos
in gated, lakeside community with 24/7
fitness ctr, resort-style pool, ten-nis &
more! Lots of upgrades! Starting at
just $749/mo! Call Tammy for our
spring special at (904)415-6969 for a
showing. www.amelialakes.com
2BR/2BA Amelia Landings condo off
Sadler Rd. Nicely done, pool, tennis,
close to beach, plus awesome deck.
$800/mo. (904)557-6501

1859 Homes-Furnished
3/3 BEACH HOUSE available June 1
to September 30, three month mini-
mum. Beautifully furnished, updated
and 1 block to quiet north beach.
$1500/mo. plus electric. Call (904)
277-8105.

1860 Homes-Unfurnished
HOUSE FOR RENT Yulee. 3BR/2BA,
2 garages. (904)714--204

1861 Vacation Rentals
OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Realtor, for special rates.

S 863 Office
VARIOUS OFFICES 600-15OOsf.
2382 Sadler Rd. behind Amelia
Insurance. (904)557-5644

FURNISHED OFFICE SPACE with
optional secretary station, in an office
sharing arrangement. In a great
location in The Village Center at
Gateway office complex. Access to
conference room, copier and break
room. Rent includes utilities,
telephone and internet. $1500.00.
Contact Betty M. (904)355-0355.
BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL Space
- Offices, suites, studio space.
Includes janitor, utilities, secure Wi-Fi
network, parking. Starting @ $150/mo.
Current tenancy includes non-profit,
social services, education & training.
1303 Jasmine St. (904)583-0058


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