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By 2035, new shopping centers, Projects may include an
industrial parks and warehouses could AIA alternative on
be sprouting up all over Nassau Clinch Drive widening
County, and new streets, sidewalks
and intersections designed to relieve Amelia Island Parkway
traffic could be joining them. and an alternative route
An overhauled "fair share" system T .
proposed to replace transportation for Buccaneer Trail.
impact fees and concurrency would
steer Nassau's growth in a more "effi- ..
dent" direction, county traffic con- spend time and money on projects that
sultants told the commission Monday. might never get under way.
The proposed mobility fee, pre- In February2012, the commission
sented in draft form to cormission- voted to nix concurrency.
SGAETTm PEICAN/NEWS-LEADER. ers at their joint meeting with the "You no longer have to spend sev-
Fernandina Beach Fire Capt. Willie Scott signals for first-aid blankets for swimmers as Anmy Seus, left, Impact Fee & ConcurrencyTask Force eral years and hundreds oft.hbusands
consoles an unidentified gird, reportedly her.daughter, after their rescue Wednesday from a rip cur- on Monday afternoon, would target of dollars on traffic studies just to have
rent at Main Beach. traffic needs east and west of 1-95 and the ability to develop," Gillette said in
inside ~iplanned Rayonier development atelephone.interview Tuesday.
e oin Yulee befre fees are collected. Akin to but distinct from impact
SCunt f A mobility plan could be introduced fees, mobility fees would bill develop-
I as soon as July orAugust, Commission ersto pay for the construction of new
R esChair Danny Leeper said at the meet- infrastructure such as roadway
RT'Aing. improvements, signal upgrades and
GARRETT" PELICAN An, unidentified man and girl had been swimming a "It doesn't make you upgrade roads sidewalks demanded by new devel-
Nevws-Leader couple hundred yards off the shore about 3:28 p.m. when that aren't failing today," said consult- opment. But mobility fees, consultant
the current took -hold of them and they started waving ant Nick Gillette, of Gillette & Sandra Gorman' of King Engineering
A quick response by city firefighters may have saved frantically to signal their distress, Murallo said on scene. Associates, who added that it would said Monday, focus more on traffic effi-
the lives of two Jacksonville beachgoers and two swim- Murallo said Jacksonville resident Amy Seus and an address and fix only "real" traffic ciency versus capacity.
mers who tried to rescue them after they were caught in unidentified man then went in after the pair to help, but issues. And unlike impact fees, developers
a rip current off Main Beach Wednesday afternoon, they too got caught in the current. Mobility fees would replace trans- would have a clear idea of where their
authorities said. After receiving a 911 call, Fernandina firefighters portation concurrency: a costly and moneywould bespent before plunking
Firefighters, olie and sheriffs deputies and sever- arrived about 3:31 p.m.and engineer Adam Loud, who also lengthy process by which developers down cash on new rooftops. "You're
al of their vehicles lined the shore as authorities escort- is a lifeguard, shed his uniform, grabbed a rescue can off previously had to gauge the impact going to be able to plan the project in
ed the swimmers to an ambulace parked at Main Beach the engine and a nearby boogie.board and dove in after their developments would have on front of collecting the money," County
about 3:40 p m. No ole was hurt, but the visibly shaken the group and helped them swim ashore, Murallo said. roadway capacity before starting new Attorney David Hallman told the board
group was transported to Baptist Medical Center Nassau Seus, 26, who was grateful to her rescuers, said she was projects. That cumbersome process, at Monday's meeting.
for "evaluation," said Fino Murallo, EMS division chief for i r : Gillette said, shutout small, morn-and-
Fernandina Beach Fire Rescue. :, UE Co .ntinued on 3A pop businesses that could not afford to MOBILITY Continued on 3A

"ra" Arare honor for

a rare Marine
GLENDA S. JENKINS He also recalled a military photo and
For the News-Ledder dog tagsthat rested on Calhoun's
dresser Mobley began to investigate
overnment officials, high- whether his grandfatheir had trained
ranking military personnel at Montfoid after reading a newspa
and fellow veterans extend per article published about the legis-
ed a congratulatory hand lation to honor Montford Point
an indwords to Vincent L. Marines. Mobley confirmed that
Calhoun of Yulee inside the atrium Calhoun arrived at the segregated
of Jacksonville City Hall on May 2. camp in 1944.
They were gathered to remem- Many Marines at Montford Point
ber Calhoun's sacrifice for his coun carried ammunition and supplies to
try during World War II and to wit- the front lines in addition to return-
ness a rare acknowledgment of ing the wounded and dead to trans-
distinguished achievement by the port ships. Military records indicate
U.S. Congressh that Calhoun's occupational specialty
Calhoun received the was' "basic construction and equip-
Congressional Gold Medal, the high- ment man." Healso qualified as a
est civilian honor awarded by rifle marksman. After completing
Congress. He and fellow veteran training, Calhoun's military service
Leroy Jones Jr. of Jacksonville num- took him to Pearl Harbor, Guam,
bered among the first African Cuba and.McAlester, Okla., where'
American men admitted into the he worked with ammunition,.
U.S. Marine Corps. Calhoun was unable to attend the
President Franklin D. Roosevelt Congressional Gold Medal
in 1941, following threatened' Ceremony last summer in
'protests by Brotherhood of Sleeping Washington, D.C. Crowe, command-.
PHOTOSBYGLENDASIMMONSJENKINS/FORTHENEWS-LEADER Car Porters President A. Phillip er of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces,
Brig. Gen. W. Blake Crowe, accofnipanied by Sgt. Maj. James Calbough, presents the Congressional Gold Randolph, signed an executive order South, come to Jacksonville to make
:Medal to retijedCpl. Vincent L. Calhoun of Yulee as fellow gold 'medal recipient retired Pfc. Leroy Jones that barred government agencies the presentation.
Jr. of Jacksonville, left, and retiredl Master Sgt. Ronald Jackson, center, look on, above. Calhoun holds and federal contractors from practic- U.S, Reps. Ander Crenshaw and
his congressional medal, below left. A photo of Calhoun shows him in uniform, below right. ing racial discrimination in defense Corrine Brownof Florida, at the urg-
production employment. The order ing of former Florida Senator Tony
further required the armed services Hill, campaigned vigorously to pass
to recruit and enlist African the legislation to honor the Marines
Americans. who served at Montford. They pre-
At the segregated camp sented American flags flown over
Montford Point, adjacent'to Camp the U.S. Capitol to Calhoun and
Lejeunk in Jacksonville, N.C., 19,168 Jones.
African American Marine recruits 'The recognition means that an
received basic training between 1942 important piece of history becomes
and 1949. more widely known, said Ronald
The first African American Jackson, retired Master Sgt., U.S.
recruits at Camp Montford Point Marines, and president of the
"built the boot camp" while white Montford Point Marines
Marines began basic training at Association, Jacksonville Chapter 29.
Lejune, "a well-established camp," "It means a lot because the
Brig. Gen. W. Blake Crowe said. The Marine Corps is rich in its history,"
black Marines also built a legacy, he said, noting that Montford Point
paving the way for integration in the Marines joined the armed forces to
armed forces and eventually serve their country when it was ille-
throughout the nation. gal for them to vote. "It just takes my
"I remember seeing the uniform breath away." Calhoun, 87, was born
when I was a kid," said Calhoun's
grandson, Otis Mobley Jr. of Miami. MEDAL Continued on 3A

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2A FRIDAY, MAY 17.2013 NEWS News-Leader


John Gregory McGrew Sr.
Mr. John Gregory Coastline Credit Union.
"Johnny" McGrew, Sr., age 66, During the family's years liv-
of Yulee, devoted husband, ing in WestJacksonville, a sec-
father, grandfather, great- ond son, Bobby, came along in
grandfather and brother,. 1978.
passed, away on Tuesday His family had been long-
morning, May 14, 2013 at his time devoutCatholics, attend-
home. ing Sacred Heart Catholic
Born in Raymondville, MO Church in Jacksonville. After
he was the eldest of three chil- moving to Yulee in 2007; he
dren born to and his wife became affiliated
the late John with St. Michael's Catholic
Thomas and Church where he was a 4th
Aggie Louise Degree Knight, a member of
G reg o r y the Knights of Columbus,
Mc Gre w. Council #14295 and a mem- SUBMITID
Grandson of ber of St. Michaeis Men's Nassau County Chief Judge Robert Foster, Sheriff Bill Leeper, Florida Highway Patrol Maj. Tony Allen and
T il f o r d Club. He was a Volunteer with Fernandina Beach Police Chief Jim Hurley, along with the Honor Guard comprising sheriff's deputies, city police
"Stonewall" and Laura the Nassau County Sheriff's officers and Florida Highway Patrol troopers, attend a law enforcement memorial service Tuesday at thesheriff's
Gregory.Asa young child, his Auxiliary and a Life Member office in Yulee.
family lived in Raymondville of the Veterans of Foreign
where he attended school. Wars..
Upon reaching high school Mr. McGrew leaves behind Pi
School in Houston, MO, Korey "Dottie" McGrew, o
where he was a member of Yulee, FL, their daughter, Three local law enforcement agencies. protect the citizens of Florida, and we want roads. Leper.pointed out that officers also:
the graduating Class of 1965. Angela "'Louise McGrew honored the men and women who died in to mak6 sure they are recognized and haveimore distractions than ever before
After graduation, he enlisted in Martyn (Billy), Yulee, FL, the.ine of duty while protecting the public never forgotten and let their families nside her vehicles.
the U.S. Navy, and was sta- their two sons, John Gregory in servicesTuesday at the Nassau County know we are still thankfil for what they'ye Tuesday's mh'iemorial was also a
tionediat NAS Jacksonville. "Greg" McGrew, Jr. (Carrie), Sheriff's Office. done,"" remindrto kiep safety at the top of their
While off base in the fall Jacksonville, FL, Robert A memorial service was held n "It takes a special person to be a police -minds a all tim es.
of 1965, he met his future wife, Thomas "Bobby" McGrep W Tuesday morning in a combined service for officer," Leeper said. "Ngt everybody can "It's important for officers to know
SDorothy Theresa Korey, Jacksonville, FL, a brother, the Nassau County Sheriff's Office, be or mts to be, but those who do, it's a the job :!s dangerous andw don't waint .
whom he would marry in Robert Leo McGrew,Fernan- Fernandina Beach Plice Department and .pulicser cetyd everyday. Without yotib cognized like this every year,
March of,1966. In December dina Beach, FL, a sister, Florida Highway Patrol. .thiem we Woild haechaos." Lep d.
of 1966, their first child, Louise "Ky" Sciotto, Houston, "We should never forget, Nssau Man ve died at the hands of crimi- Th hav ee762law enfcement
Angela, was born. As the MO, six grandchildren, County Sheriff Bill Leeper said. "These .nals, but far too often law enforcement offi- office bh hv died inthe lie ofdutyin
Vietnam Conflict escalated, Savannah,Alexandra,-Peyton, officers have paid the:ultimate sa rifice'to :cers lose their lives in accidents on the Florida.
Mr. McGrew shipped Qut and Christian, Alexa, Hannah, a
served aboard the USS great-grandson, Shane, and
Intrepid and USS Saratoga; several nieces and nephews.
Upon his return home, he The Mass of Christian f tt
remainedon active duty until Burial will be at 10:00 am on
being honlorably discharged Monday, May 20, 2013 at St.
in October of 1969. The first of Michael Catholic Church with n
two sons, Greg, was born in Father O'Shea, Celebrant. Memorial Day symbolizes with a per- --- .
early 1969. Shortly after being Mr. McGrew will be laid to the start of summer for you manent
discharged, he was offered rest in Jacksonille National and your pet. Before you start and tempo- Nev leaveyourpet ate ndedin a parked
employment with Seaboard Cemetery with military hon- planning trips to the beach rary travel vehice. On warm o day the temperature in
Coast Line where he worked ors. and summergetaways, keep i :dentifica- .-
through the various owner- .His family will receive in mind that it'simportant to tion tag. your vehicle ise ito 20 deltes tnminutes,
ship and position changes, friends on Sunday from 3-5 plan ahead for pet travel and Proper eve with the windows slightly open. In
until retiring as a'Customer pm at Oxley-Heard Funeral always keep the best interests hydration:
Service Manager, fro CSX Home. The Vigil for the of your furry, four-legged Durigyur pi sbe sure addiion, an a alef alon in a vehie is
Transportation in 2006. While Deceased will be at 4 pm, with friend in mind. Traveling with to provide your petwith some an open invitation o pet thieves.
employed with Seaboard Deacon Art Treadwell offici- your pet can be a wonderful fresh water to wet their whis-
Coastline, he was President ating, and bonding experience or a tie. Occasionally traveling can -
of the Local Clerks Union and Please share his life story not so pleasant one. It's all a upset your pet's stomach. help by keeping them from in your vehicle, bsure to
erved on the Board of at matter of proper planning and Take along ice cubes, which distracting you as you drive. A make their comfort a priority.
Directors of the Seaboard Oxley-eardFuneralDirectors preparation. are easier on your pet thai safety harness functions like a Just as it's important for your
Here are the top tips to large amounts of water., seatbelt While most pets will "seat" to be comfortable for
WDEAT NOiCE ensure your Memorial Day Watch the food intake: It is not have a problem adjusting your long road trip,your pet's
a' getaway with your pet is a safe recommended that you keep to it, you may want tp let them seat'should be comfortable
one. feedinkg to a minimum during wear the harness by itself ca too. Typically their favorite
John Henry CookJr., 66, Yulee, died onTuesday, May 14, No heads out the window: travel. Be sur tofeed them few times befole usihg it in blanket of travel bed will do
2013. Although many pets find that their regular pet food and the vehicle. the trick. There are also some
Eternity FuneralHomnes & Cr;maons- Nassau sticking their head out the resist the temptation to give If your pet prefers a travel safe and very cozy pet car
Mr. Robert Jarvis,,, t Fernandihna1Beah 1,,ied. on. window is thebest part of t them so kennel, be sure is well eni: seats lable that qure
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Mr. Ralph Joseph Stangel, 80, Amelia Island, died on debris. This should go without Don't leave the'in alone: ers, particularly fo larger key to ensuring that you and
Wednesday May 15, 2013 The Memorial Mass will be held at saying; but never travel with a l Never leave your pet unat- pets..Vehiclbarriers arebest' l yourpet have a happyand
a later date at St. Michael Catholic Church. pet in the back ofa pickup tended in a parked vehicle.n suitid for SUVs..Smaller-'pe sfletrip.
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loved one.war at the Nassau County Cquncil pick up..fter your et. When rier or petcar seat arethe for yourpet route,apet travel tips, pet travel
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ticipants to join the group at For information call sure that your pet is always o safe. They not only protect Whatever mthod you choose travel r sources.
any time. The supporgrop J ne Bernard, LCSW, at a leash andearing a collar your petro ijy, but they to prperly restrain your pet
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S The canounteommission was namd to absorbr an account for fireworks is "entreprener." Mentin it i S
No. 0196, prsuant to donations aWhen you donate, at check-in and receive an

StatItes, andlfor authorization to use sovereign submerged lands, pursuant ohapternsb
the recently abolishe city of Boulougne and its The Historic Fernandina mention i iis for the extra door prize ticket. Learn howto identify,
Ysttl outstanding bills. Business Assciation ill hold HFBA/Fireworks Fund. OAMTiEC offers busi- nanage and prevent head lice
on dredged aterialquality, disposal m ay 16be 1963 a fundraiser for its Fireworks The association took over ness-building opporttnities at Family Support Services of
uplandFund o May 18 at thePalace funding Fernandina's July 4t where women can focs on North Florida's Breakfast
7 5~ Financial irregularities amounting to thou- Saloon on Centre Street. fireworks last year after city keeping their priorities in Learning Series, May 28 at 9

YEARS audit of theFernandina Beach post office. -every pirates'punch sold will about it. Contact Lisa Presnell ga i'na t itsaNassau County

Copies of the application may be examined during normal working hours at thero
DepartmentMay 18, 1988 gtolets the fund. Private dona at 206-3115 or email@lapres offi 1 ofessional
Capital Circle N.W., Tallahassee, Florida. 32303 Theaplications also will be accepted GaryWBelsonAssociates nellme. '. iYulee.
The county commission named its newly Face for Radio will play from Inc. will hold a concealed Networking and continen- -
10 acquired water utility "Nassau Amelia Utilities." '3-7 p.m. and Schnockered weapon license course at 9 P OfarlsoS M t tal breakfast Ihegin at 8:30
May 16, 2003 from9:30 p.m.-1:30 a~m. CBC a.m. and 1 p.m. Ma1y-25 and 4 Asuppoi't group is form- a.m.; program from 9 to-10:30':
National Bank also has set up p.m. Juiae 3 and 7. A basic ing for, those living with an a.m. Register to attend at
with defensive tlactics course affected by parkinson's dis- or
will be held at 7:45 aSm. May ease to exchange information 225-5347. -
STATE OF FLORIDA 18 and 26. Contact Belson at and better understand'the-dis- \' r ,uest speaker is Kim
T O O491-8358, (904)i 476-2037 or ease. The group will meet o gI creiyDNP, ARNP, public
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTA PROTECTION goelson@bellsouth.rnet. Visit May 23 at 7 p.m. at the p, hbalth manager and director
NOTICE OF APPLICATION vww. oTheBersonGroup com. Council on Aging, 1367 South of disease control and protec-
Proeti on,18th St., Ferniandinal each. P atib 0Civices, Florida
Soa met -For more informaation call w.o Department of Health -
The Department announces receipt of an application for a Joint Coastal Permit (File WOAMTnC will meet (903) 952-1682 otemail "NtsNau County. An advanced
No. 0196204-016-JC), pursuant to Chapter 161 and Part IV of Chapter 373, Florida 11:30 a.m.-1 p..m,-May 21 at its --practice registered nurse with
Statutes, and for authorization to Use sovereign submerged lands, pursuant to Chapter no ti(consiste) meetingost Libraries ea doctorate innursingh Prac-
253, Florida Statutes. The-applicant is the United States Navy, and the prdposed activi- is $15.and iti ides lunch. The Nassau County Public -years of experience. in public
ty is to maintenance dredge the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Channel, turning basins, Guest" pea ePi&iPatil Library System will be closed health, including screening
settling basins, and operational areas serving berthing and maintenance areas. Based Wetherhill fromnmyweb May 27 in observance of ;and.tieatment of head lice in-
on dredged material quality, disposal may be at various different locations, including refresh. The ord of the week Memorial Day. school and home settings.
upland, beach, nearshore and ocean sites. -.- ., ,
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FRIDAY, MAY 17.2013 NEWSNews-Leader MA

Teacher, about to be fired, resigns

GARRETT PELICAN faxed the district his resigna- interview Wednesday. Libby from the district, Libby was paid
News-Leader tion letter on Tuesday, following could lose his teaching certifi- for 2.4 sick days.
a meeting with the superin- cate. Libby, aformer Hilliard foot-
A Yulee High Schoolteacher tendent Monday after the sher- "There's a range of options ball star who is married with
faced with losing his job iff's office released their find- that they have 'with regard to children, placed his Hilliard res-
resigned Wednesday following ings. sanctions that they can bring idence up for sale on March 18.
local and state investigations In his letter, Libby told upon somebody's certificate," Investigators also learned
into accusations that he had sex school officials it was in his best he said. "Revocation is one of there had been rumors about
with current and former stu- interest to "move on ad put those options they have." the six-year educator's possible
dents. the recent allegations behind Ruis declined to elaborate relationships with at least three
Though he was not charged me." Reached at home by a on details of his conversation separate students. Aformer stu-
with a crime, the results of an reporter on Monday, Libby with Libby or whether the dent came forward and said that
investigation by the Nassau declined to comment. teacher had admitted any in 2011, when she was a junior
County Sheriff's Office into his Investigations by the state wrongdo.idig. and 18, she and Libby had sex
months-long relationship with Department of Children and "It's a sad situation that at his residence on at least three
a student were enough to merit Families and the Education reflects badly on'all of us... and occasions. Police fpund insuffi-
his firing, school.district offi- Practices Commission are our district too," the superin- cient evidence to charge Libby
cials said. ongoing, Schools Superinten- tendent said. with a crime.
Bryan Libby, 32, of Hilliard, dent John Ruis said in a phone As part of his separation

MEDAL the family. We're very proud. :GARREIT PELICAN/NEWS-LEADER
MEA of him." Fernandina Beach Fire Rescue Engineer Adam Loud,
Continued from lA The Montford Point who also supervises lifeguards, after rescuing a group
in Fernandina Beach. He Marine Association, of four swimmers in distress at Main Beach
received his honorable dis- Jacksonville Chapter 29, Wednesday. Within seconds Lbud shed his uniform,
charge at the rank of corporal meets monthly at 3 p.m. on grabbed a boogie board and hit the water to rescue
in 1947 and later re-eqlisted, the first Saturday at the the swimmers, onlookers said.
serving in the reserves. After American Legion #197, 2179
returning home he used his Benedict Road, Jacksonville. IESCUE deep trough' out there," said
G.I. Bill benefits to earn a For information, call Rbn RESCUE Murallo, referring to the
retrnnghom h ued is BedctkRoad Jackotle Mu9al4o reerin totiu o the
pilot's license at the city's Jackson at (904) 982-7615. Continued from 1A ough carved by the current.
V municipal airport and worked Visit www.montfordpoint- justglad nothing worse came "He.couldn't even touch the
at Rayonier as a boiler opera- or look for of the incident. "I'm just happy ground where he was, so it
tor for more than three Montford Point Marines everybody's OK," she said. was pretty deep."
decades, Mobley said. Chapter 29 on Facebook. "Adam said it was a pretty gpelikan@fbnewsleadercom
S"We always saw my grand-
father as a hard worker and a 7 7
good Christian man," Mobley ....
said. "He never complained. If
it wgs Christiias Day-or New
SYear's Day, he would say,'If I
have to go to work, I'm
Vincent Calhoun sits with, from left, daughter-in-law for an interview f6llowing the
Jeanette Mobley, great-granddatghter Danielle Mobley, ceremony, but his grandson
great-grandson Giovanni 1Martinez and grandson Otis said, "It's a proud mbmrint for
Mobley Jr. .

Taste the Latin AIericall Tradifolial Food
MOBILITY relietraffic and accommodate Ford told the board Monday.
the county's growth on both the Commissioners have since
Continued from 1A west and east sides. The list of continued that moratorium, Will Hot a Dinnir fltuitl 8a Affy 0 ispanic dishes
Using impact fees, the coun- projects could change and the most recently at Monday's
ty and municipalities would col- consultants urged thecommis- meeting when they voted unan- Sa tu MaY h 1 :0 8
lect the money andthen later sion to review the county's imously4-0 toextendthe freeze, I
"devise" ways to spend them, growth as often as every five which would have expired in 416 AlI#EU streetd I F 1iIftale Ft (the old Baptist OtIrc)
Gillette said Tuesday. But, 'The years and adjust the list growth June, until September. Ph. (904) 349-2595
mobility plan gives you a spe- demands.
cific outline of projects, so you West of 1-95 would benefit we Will v F F :
knowwherethemoneyisgoing from $7 million worth of
- there's more direction," he improvements to the intersec- ..
said. tion at US 301 and US 1.
Sb'o ar, the task force and Projects propqsed east of 1-95 MXIC SALVADOR HON RA, ERTO RICO A
consultants have formed a fee include:
schedule that would charge $2.6 milli6n for an AlA
most d6elopers of resi etial, altei-tive on Cliich Drive
commercial4nd.industrialrpj- ;$4 <1Imillioi to widen t
ects similar amounts to what Amelia Island'Parkway near the o
they paid in impact fees with 14th Street roundabout and
a few exceptions. Job-creating Buccaneer Trail
developments, such as large- $3.3 million for turn-lane
scale shopping centers, ware- additions to CR 105 1 ::
houses and industrial parks, $1.4 million for a roadway ::
Would receive, discounts, said alternative for Buccaneer Trail
Oillette. Amelia Island Parkway/A1A
"We did incentivize some $2.3 million for realign-
areas, like the industrial (devel- ment on US 17 and turn lanes '
opments) and job creators," he and intersection work there. -Northeast Florida
said, noting that the proposed The commission halted its I IO MMU HO SPICE
fee schedule was a draft and collection of impactfees, which
could change. have drawn criticism from Gue
-Three zones would comprise developers for being excqssive ...
the plan: east of 1-95, west of I- and. stifling growth, in June
95 and the East Nassau 2008. The developers behind a
Community.Planning Area a proposed 10-screen multi-plex
planned 24,000-acr& develop- movie- theater in Yulee were Downtown at the Book Loft
ment owned by :Ryonier in waryof planning their project
Yulee. there due to the possibility of .May 1th at 0:30
The consultants also identi- having to pay $180,000 in impact
fled a list of projects totaling fees, task force Vice Chair and'
roughly $21 millionr that would Planning Board Chair Tom
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for veterans women & minority I -. HEATHER A. PERRY day as a new opportunity to e Calfee lived in Toms RiverN.J.
entrepreneurs and hore! News-Leader your very best.'" for about 40 years before mov-
SAnd do her best, she.does. ing to Fernandina Beach five
t KETM F=IAKER= D !RESOT!OrNS their bank managers as store- impressed" with the way. Calfee in retirement, she elected to get
RIC Travel From ~~owners. These individuals are carries out her duties. back into theworkforceand.was
f BISIO Trave weston AIA/S 20 forapproximately 12 miles.Turn responsible for allretailbanking "What I like about jny job, manager at aWells Fargo
Floridae ft at the sign idicain Nassamu Councey: Judicial complex, activities at the store, including nextto serving my customers, branch in Jacksonville before
onefnhoe mst successful mile to the Colluege entrance on the right retail sales.and service func- is the opportunity to be a local taking advantagef an opening
franchse consultants in the Froom tions with the primary goal of leaderrepresenting a company in Ferandina Beach.
country and author of The Center is locted east of 1-85. txit 373 (AINSR serving the customers' total like Wells Fargo who has such Shesaysthemostchalleng-
"Te Educated Franchisee" 2001o. Travel east approximately 1/2 mile and turn right at financial needsard growing the a srong communityfocs' said art ofher job with Wells
the sign indikating "Judicial Complex" onto William Burgess
Boulevard, Go 1 mile to the College enttance on theright, bank market share., Calfee, who also serves as a Fargo is balancing work and
*' Fernandina .Beadh Wells board member for Starting family commitments.
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FRIDAY, MAY 17.2013 OPINION News-Leader 5k

_iP y* yAmanda Burnett is the new agriculture & natural
resource extension agent at the University of
Florida/IFAS Nassau County Extension Service in
Callahan with a satellite office in Yulee serving the pub-
on l lic throtighout Nassau County. Burnett graduated from
y 0the University of Florida with a master's in forest
Public hearings on the respectively. resources and conservation in 2012. She has worked
Nassau County Commission's FDOT will not fund inter- with the National Park Service and Florida Park Service
consideration of proposed section improvements near on natural resource management, such as invasive exot-
transportation improvements A1A and Chester Road until ic plant removal and prescribed bufning. She also devel-
and mobility fees for the East the county owns the proper- oped and taught programs for youth and adults on forest
Nassau Community Planning ty. Nearby developers have health and the environment. She is available to answer
Area, a 24,000-acre Rayonier agreed to give portions of their ,agricultural and natural resource questions and to pro-
development in Yulee, have land to the county that it would vide educational programs for youth and adults about
been rescheduled for June 10 use to connect the Publix agriculture and natural resources and wildlife. Extension
at 7 p. m at the James S. Page shopping center to the Sunoco agents also provide programs in horticulture and land-
Governmental Complex on gas station on AIA. scaping, family health and conimunity development, and
Nassau Place in Yulee. On Monday, May 13 the provide kids with camps and programs such as
Mobility fees are a pro- Nassau" County Commission forest ecology, marine ecology, shooting sports, robotics
posed alternative to impact set its next budget meeting for and animal science. Visit http://nassau.ifas.ufl.
fees, charged to developers to 4 p.m. June 10 at the James S. edu/index.html. Call Burnett at (904) 879-1019 or
help pay for anticipated Page Governmental Complex email mandab@ufl,edu.
growth. Collected funding on Nassau Place in Yulee. SUBMITTED -
would go into three separate The board will receive its
pots for areas east of 1-95, west preliminary budget figures
of 1-95, and the ENCPA, to be fom the state and budget pro- HOMELESS I o
spent on priority projects in posals from the county's con- RNIMELEO. I 1P
their respective areas. stitutional officers on June 1.
Nassau County will hold Commissioners are exploring
public hearings to acquire how to resolve an anticipated' ,
rights-of-way from developers $9 million hole in the county s .THEY'RE DYING FOR
and property owners whose operational budget, but Clerk A 2ND CHANCE
land will be used to complete of Court John Crawford A 2 H i
the fourth phase of the Loop recently told the board it 1 byAdopt A Companion Today
Road in Yulee, before the should use its reserves for cap- arckm a iA Pww SERVI E
Planning & Zoning Board and ital, as it has for the past four "li r mn k lled N owcAse
county commission at 7 p.m. years, to plug the hole. B TRi NEW-LE40ER
June 4 and 7 p.m. June 10, gpelican@fbnewsleadercom GARRETT PELCAN o f Hilliard dashed directly into
News Leader the truck's path, according to
accounts from Jones and a sep-
A 22-yeai-old man'was killed arateW itness.
P after witnesses say he ran in Despite Jones'attempts to rfn
front of a-semi-trucktraveling swerve into the inside lane '' ,"
on US I near'Dayspring Vilage and avoid 'him, the truck 'Ta"
WestSide 1153, Fernandina Beach, FL assisted living facility in Hilliard struck Lopez and 'threw him2
32035, or drop off at party early Monday, according to the onto the road's shoulder, troop-
De ocrnats. headquarters on Eighth Florida Highway Patrol. ,ers said..
The Westside Democratic Street. Contact Jean Troopers say a freightliner eLopez was transported to
Club will meet at7 p.m. DesBarres at 432-8992 or driven by SamuelJ. Jones, 67, of Hilliard city limits before being
Tuesday at the County Jacksonville, was headed north flown to Shands Jacksonville,
Building on Mickler.Street in in the outside lane'of US 1 near Where he was pronounced dead
Callahan. Guest speaker is the facility about 12:10 a.m. on arrival, the report said. 7
County Party Chair Carla "Agenda 21, Smart when Felipie Diego Lopez, 2L gpelican Cbnewsleader.eom
Voisard. Dinner and a brief Meters, The Truth About
business meeting will follow Banking in America and I u s mglO
her presentation on new What in the world is AMELIA ISLAND AR SocTio
election laws. Call (904) 879- Genetically Modified Food?" MUSEUM OF HISTORY dl
5163 for more information. Join fellow patriots fr'om '
e cratic b iscussion of all the imo- 18 N 2d StFemandina Bch
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Fernandina Beach Golf Club, governments are up to as & 6 ..
2800 Bill Melton Road, at 6 well. '0 ''1 Paintings, photos, clay,: 0
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6A FRIDAY. MAY 17, 2013 OPINION News-Leader

Go to bed tonight already dressed for work
Musings, opinions, observa- Morgan and buy a special T-shirt and the B&B owners Deborah Gold inside and that their business ing a in his
tions, questions, and random Joe Parrish Palace folks will donate a buck and Myrta Defendini, who was good. Street vendors said salon's lobby. Auction items
thoughts on island life, may want to from each Pirate Punch to the opened David's last year, are .the rain separated the serious range from golf outings and
Fernandina Beach and more: take a listen fireworks fundraising efforts, planning another eatery in the buyers from tire kickers and hotel stays to B&B breakfasts
One of the most unique real soon. Live music with Face for area as soon as they find a business wasn't bad consider- and power hang glider flights.
Mother's Day gifts I've wit- And speak- Radio runs from 3-7 p.m. fol- suitable site. ing, however, the charity food Even if,you don't need a mas-
nessed in a long time was on ing of fid- lowed by Schnockered from m** booths in the harbor area suf- sage, trim, manicure, etc.,
display at the North Third dlers, I recall 9:30-1:30. Want to contribute In case you haven't noticed fered. And I suspect the stop in, look over the auction
Street Green Turtle deck last many years more? Please do, it'll be it, the colonial landscaping at Saturday parade will be items and make a bid, or if
Sunday, when young talented ago attend- accepted gladly. And Sunday the South Third Street Florida changed back to Thursday you don't see anything you
acoustic guitarist and singer DAVE'S ing a fid- the Palace's sister joint, Hiuse, the next door Green next year. Did you know that really want, make a donation.
Dillon Basse invited his fid- WORLD dler's con- Hammerhead, will host a Turtle and South Fourth from 1976-1989 there was no Last year Tom's program
dler mom, Amy Nixon, to join ... test on Lake Bikini Calendar Girl contest Street Espafia Restaurant parade at all? Me either. raised $5,000 for this worth-
him and as a duet the two Rabun in the beginning at 6 p.m. so go have gives those downtown loca- * while cause. And if you've
singers entertained the audi- DavidN North a couple cold ones and vote tions what realtors call "curb If you want an old-fash- never been io Magna's before,
ence with a variety of Irish, Scott Georgia for your favorite hottie, it's appeal" and it is all the work of ioned southern Sunday sup- here's something you might
bluegrass, etc., tunes that had mountains your patriotic duty. Roger Smith, who lives in the per like the ones you remem- enjoy if you're anything like
the crowd wanting more and a and asking one of the old * 153-year-old 310 Ash St. house ber when you were a kid and me: Tell your wife you're
passerby local talent agent timers: "What's the difference Popular pianist-singer John that has never been painted. don't want to fix it yourself, going out for a haircut and get
asking, "Who are these folks?" between a violin and a fiddle?" Springer is now featured four Roger, who moved here 10 then the Verandah Restaurant happy hour tossed in for free
The family moved here nine and him replying, "The way nights a week downtown, play- years ago with wife Carol at 6800 First Coast Highway since Magna's offers compli-
months ago from Boston and you spell it boy." ing at Centre Street's from St. Marys, Ga., via (A1A) probably has what mentary beer and wine to its
it didn't take long for them to Courtyard Pub Thursday, Bitterroot, Mont., is opening you're looking for and all at a customers. Call'em at 321-
adjust, with 15-year-old Dillon I saw a sign last weekend Friday and Saturday evenings an antique landscaping busi- reasonable $24 a person price. 0404 or check 'em out at
not only playing at the Surf on Atlantic Avenue that you 6:30-10 and just recently start- ness on the lot next door that Verandah chef Chris Pickren
and Sliders, but also making could only expect to see on an ing at David's, the corner of will feature building stones has launched a family-style *
the varsity Fernandina Beach island community such as Ash and South Eighth Street and antique brick from an Sunday supper featuring fried If haven't tried one of Steve
High School baseball team as ours: "Yard sale 9-1. on Tuesday evenings begin- 1800s Alabama cotton mill,' Fernandina shrimp, fresh salt- 'Rszkin's special dinners,
h pitcher and second base- Downsizing to a boat." ning at 6:30. And if you antique Scottish wrought iron water catch prepared grilled, which are conducted at vari-
man. If his baseball skills are * haven't seen John, do so soon, fencing and many other .blackened or fried, and a fea- A oius local venues including his
as good as his musical ones If you want fireworks with because after one trip you'll be antique building materials that tured dish prepared by Chef lihbme, the Fernandina Beach
then I see a perfect game in your Fourth of July then you a regular at his rollicking were used in a similar venture Pickren. Each meal is accom- Golf Club amorig others, then':
this lad's future. Mom says can help the Fernandina tasteful fun sessions. And in St Marys. Roger says he is panied by pimento cheese the next time he announces
she played mostly Irish fiddle Historic Business Association speaking of David's, business- planning to build a small hushpuppies, an Amelia one you need to make a spe-
music in Boston but since and have some fun tomorrow' es is very good there because greenhouse constructed from Farmers Market vegetab1&e1o e ffort to get'seat at the
moving south has morphed too by heading down to the the food is very good there, so antique windows and a large the day, mashed potatoes, -table. Wife Linda and I have
into bluegrass so O'Kane's Palace Saloon where you can good in fact, that Hoyt House arched door salvaged from an simple salad, house cornbread attended two, one with a
Hp U_ B_ __ U *.Atlanta mansion. His retail and yeast rolls and finished singing Italian Chef Francesco
materials will include topiar- off with a traditional southern Milana, and most recently a
UIsD ies, planters and architectural, dessert- banana pudding! `.4yi' fre-Mothe's Day.spe-
garden and visitors can expect Call'em at 321-5050, then cial.created by legendary local
Hundreds of people rely on our Library every to step back in time as they loosen your belt a couple of ch fjA que (Jacky) Burette
day. They research colleges, scholarships, wander the completely land- notches. ib rtai the Omnni kitchens
careers, businesses; do homework, learn scaped property, which will * o Q to 3s 0 years and is the
new skills, trace their ancestors, en rich their blend in beautifully with the Most of us, when we get '. i fondAr of Marche Burette in
Slives. But this vital resource greatly needs historic district. Interested, out of bed in the morning, 'te Sh'6ps at Amelia Island
more space, updating and renovations. then call Roger at 227-4611 or search through our closets Plantation.
email him at dovecotegar- and select the appropriate. ', '~Steepaired wines with'
Thatswhy we're working with Fernandina "dens@gmail. clothing to wear that da. Now' the'coi-es and Monsieur
Beach and Nassau County to make our we can all'do what Pajama Burette treated us to a
Library bigger and better. Your help is needed Since we relocated to Dave Voorhees does- wake 'if 6od appetizer in puff pas-
too. The Friends of the Library is raising Amelia Island I've never heard up already dressed. Amelia try, a delicious salad, stuffed
funds for construction, furnishings, equipment of a single person that retired -River Cruises Boat Captain PJ breast of chicken with an
and other needs. By helping improve our from a job here who then Dave, noted for his quirky array'ofvegetable sides and a
Library, you will be keeping our community a moved nforth, but I did hear a habit of wearing pajamas dessert of fresh strawberry
ibrant, desirable place to live, work and do visitoi ask a resident the other 24/7, is capitalizing on his 'ake. Call Steve at 557-1506 to
Sbhusiness. Please join us today. day if he had lived here all his. unconventional life style by see when he has another one
life. "Nope, not yet," the local creating a line of Pajama Life' -scheduled or visit him at his A
-- replied. T-shirts, pants, koozies, stick- Taste of Wine by Steve store,
mpa * t ers, etc., that he is selling, at 5274 First Coast Hwy.' for:-
Owse5 FlriMdaj Be h S Shrimp Festival observa- online and through variods free tastings each Friday .
tions including things that island shops. Check it out at evening 5-7, you'll not regret
i'-- [worked include the Museum www.pajamali it.
of History's "Gumbo Girls" *
To learn more or contribute, booth on the corner of North Once again this year Following my annual physi-
call 904-321-6529, visit Second Street and Centre, and Magna's Tom Hughes has cal exam my doctor said I was'
n the.Library, 25 N. 4th St despite the crummy Friday devoted the month of May in in good shape except for mild-'
1 ar Fernandina Beach, FL or and Saturday weather'th0'gal ":hi''08!'d6b ltown ly high chdolesigwrild'fi&f rl, or iran out of their shrimp'gumbo "ullT'b'ody saloh'(thatltans vrf inatOpdei I tldi hlt'I(ntdd&-
"ir ... email info@fernandinafol org : iMlSitt by Sunday but promise to hair cuts to pedicures and stood the cholesterol part, but at homebring the concept back again everything in between, folks) "what's onomatopoeia?"He .
The Friends of the Library thanks Steve Leimberg for photos of y our suppor." Carole Miller, next year. Bartenders and to raising money for the said, "It's just what it sounds
, Library patrons and the News-Leader for producing this ad. l v d redhigh schfol principalM restaurateurs tell me the rainy Community Hospice of like"
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NEs Dave's dinosaur world
Ahomophobe by any other name is still a vine, while the New get nervous Dave, I mean that in the spiritual'
| A |bigot. York Jerks, I mean Jets way, OK?). Jesus lived amongst the poor,
It still amazes me that dinosaurs still roam disrespected him as a amongst criminals, amongst the outcast,
the Earth, mindlessly living in the primordial human being. But because he was truer to his belief than the
soup of cultural and intellectual oblivion. Tebow wasn't con- "well-heeled" and "virtuously superior" who
FL-ORIDA S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER OK, enough of this foolishness, I am not demned to riding the cast their judgments upon others. I believe
ESTABLISHED IN 1854 going to win a battle of wits with an unarmed pine because he loves that Tim Tebow might just very well truly
opponent, if I choose to slog it out in this Jesus or openly prays. In understand the teachings of Jesus, Dave, on
The News-Leader is published with pride weekly drainage ditch. fact, Tebow Mania, and the other hand,.I'm not sosure, I think he
for the people of Nassau County by Community I cannot believe that David Scott actually the associated might have lost sight of this, or maybe never
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe wrote (Dave's World, May 10): "Tebowing," actually fully understood it from the get-go.
that strong newspapers build strong communi- "Footballer Tim Tebow proclaims his was what has made him So Dave, you obviously don't like gayness,
ties-'Newspapers getthings donel"Our primary Christianity and is condemned. A professional Coleman a person of interest. He and in America you are entitled to your opin-
goal is to publish distinguished basketball player proclaims his homosexuality was and still is a very ion thankfully. But perpetuating stereotypes
community-oriented newspapers. This mission basketball player proclaims his homosexuality Langshaw
will be accomplished through the teamwork of and gets a call from the president Huh? I don't, marketable persona. and fostering a mindset of intolbrance is not
professionals dedicated to the truth, integrity, qual- care if he dresses in his sister's tutu, is gay, And it certainly wasn't what America is abdut, or at least it shouldn't
ity and hard work. transgendered or whatever, but it might be OPINIONS his quarterbacking tal- be. If this were the 1940's, would you be writ-
interesting to learn where he showers after FROM T E ent that landed him in ing that Jackie Robinson was getting undue
FoY R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER the game now." New York, it was recognition while great white players were
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITrR Well, of course I doubt Dave would have GOLDFISH because he was Tim being pushed off the cover of Sports
MIKE HANKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR the courage to spew such mean-spirited Tebow himself, which Illustrated? Back then, society felt about
ROBERT FIEGE. PRODUCTION DIRECTOR venom to his face, all seven feet tall, 255 included in the package his "Tebowing." So African Americans as you do today about gays,
BOB TIIPE. CIRCULATION DIRECTOR pounds of him, but maybe he would since the please spare me the pity party because you butthat didn't make their bigotry justifiable,
ANGELINE MUDD. guy is gay and is probably a sissy, right? and perhaps some others want to blame nor does it justify your unfortunate bigotry
BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER Somehow, I don't like those odds. Tebow's troubles on his being a Christian. To now.
SIAN PERRY. ASITANTEDITOR Anyway, the basket player's name is Jason the contrary, his overt faith, combined If I wasin a car crash and it was on fire and
SIAN PER. Collins, and like the purportedly maligned and with his friendly demeanor and willingness to I couldn't get out, and Jason Collins or Tim
BETH JONES. SPORTSEDITOR "condemned" Tim Tebow, Mr. Collins is not work hard, has been anything but condemned. Tebow came to help mdout, I sure as heck
TOM WOOD DINK NESMiTH only a professional athlete, but more impor- His throwing skills are apparently the issue, wouldn't care about their sexual preference, I
CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT tantly is a human being too. and it matters not ifhe is a Christian or not, or would appreciate the human being trying'to
But let's talk about Tim Tebow for a rminute for that matter, straight as opposed to being save me.
Community and Dave's contention of him being "con- gay. Maybe Dave should consider the really
SNewspapers, demned." Maybe Dave is right, maybe he was But-to the point, it would seem to me that important things in life, and let his strange val-
SIncorporated condemned, after all he had to spend and Christians like Tim Tebow, and I guess, Dave, ues go the way of the dinosaur, into extinction.
i waste his time in the Big Apple, dying on the are believers in loving your fellow man (don't


PACE fulnds air cmirfng how your home or commercial prop- '
erty could benefit from these kinds of
In late March and by a unanimous renovations. Start saving now on ener- .
vote, your Nassau County Boarcd of gy costs and be better prepared for a
County Commissioners voted to sub- potentially disastrous storm.
scribe to the Florida PACi (Property FMore information is available at.
Assessed Clean Energy). Funding or www.evest-.
Agency. Essentially, we chose t ho align floridacom.
our county and its property owners i Barry Holloway
with this agency's delivery of an inno- Nassau County Commissioner
rvatie financing program for energy
efficiency,arenewable yg le at t tion and senseless G c
wind-hardening '
improvements. There was a reason that Article It will cy
The benefits are was written into the Constitution and c a -
enormous to it is stated, to allow the citizens to pro-- f T n
e he i Nassau County; tectthemselves from the government. t p i O
we are one of the Maybe they were 'wise beyond their
first counties in years and fits into our current gov-
r Florida to sub- ernment health care system and its
scribe to the prejudice against the elderly. The
Florida PACE selected agethat our government ha
Fefficiency and win d m itigation g chosen forusto give up and die is 76. all of the local charities to no ava cit ally paid substantialy more
Holloway Agency's pro- This is the age of the existing World

based financingFcomes thr~ugh'api-' Our ol hto ake our Church of God and requires church also knows,the impactfeeshave most- Feed ad oncurrecy Tas7 Force.
sgram, pbroviding War II, the Korean War vets and the
an opportunity for our eligible resi- Vietnam War veterans. Most have
dential, commercial and industrial worked and paid into their Social
property owners to bein projects in Security faithfully in my case for 35
just a few -sbt, %,p r,T w,45 avtryipecut :i~v.q 1 t I.

The assessmeotnt stayswith thprop Supportyucanidats. The coun- afaith-based community." I call it crim- mainteance r debt; they can only
made it my primarygoalto bring jobs Johnson, had a bill passed that allowed
to Nassau County. When approached the government to "borrow" the
about the Floridab PACE Funding money, which they still do and never DA.IDFITZSsMMONSty HEARIZONADAILYSTAR
Agency, I immediately recognized the give it baclI It is and has been used to
economic activity a PACE program support both medically and financially
would generate in our county. The con- illegal aliens and still is today. Our with a plan that would end homeless- Fernandi na's population hanot grown water and sewer facilities and has con-
struction wqik generated by this pro- great Obaffacare statpes that at age 76 ness in the United States. Housing and in years and is nlikely to grow 3 per- tinued-ato impose senseless, and,
gram will bring direct and indirectjobs you longer covered for cancer Urban Development alongwith Health cenrt a year any tifre soon. So believe, unlawful impact fees to pay
back to Nassau County, while at the treatmetsand ou can no longe go and Human Services and severalother Mandrick has lots of capacity. Why t for that esenless acquisition Whent
same time increasing values for prop- for specialty treatments withot first federalagencies banded together to theri is hchrging Ms' Miller impact wil city comn issioners follow the lead
erty owners, and Iwas honoredto per- going Through your primary care create a. comprehensive plan to end fees? Because, as he well knows, the of their county colleagues and sus-;
sonally sfonsor this jobs creatio i- tphysicians m ur r great Congress of th homelessness forever. The name of city ao tyerpa EigFUto buy our pend citymisi par ees andg jo: Cnt
tiative here in Nassau County.c United States passedi a mdaw, and the that plan is Opening Dors,which pro- esewer andwate facilitie's. With an the county to create a v ew paradigam
What this means is that lNasau appeal fo' thais to be repebled was vides-permanent.and supportive hous- appraisal in hand of $19 million the for funding growth?
Countyresidents who own residential, defeatedby' 6&ir'great U.S. Supreme ing for homeless and at-risk citizens. 'city in 2012 paid FPU $25.5, million,- Patrick J. Keogh
commercial or industrial proper have Cturt J ot t oer who came to us as oNassau County lives in violation of including a $7.5 million, note. When Fernandina Beach
a new source of funding for encergy Patrick ry and "Give mre liberty this mandate. The fact-is, I've contact-h all theaconsideration is counted the Editor's note: Pat Keogh tis a mem-
efficiency and wind mitigation or give me drewth" and turned out to lbe' ed all of the local charities to no avail. city actually paid substantially ore ber ofthe Nassau County Planning and
upgrades and repairs. The aoncywadit- haBenedit tArnold. The homeless she ter is run by the thann the 25.5 million. As Mandrick Zoning Board and the county Impact
based financing comes thrt loca p ti- tOuri only choicets atoe make orn is- Church of God and requires church also knows, the impactfeesd have most- Fee and Concurrency Task Force.
vatesource, and is spaid back througl pleasure known. Get ready for the 2014 membership to stay on their property. ly been used to pay off that debt.
the property owner's property. taxes election and take over tehe Senate. As istands, Nassau County calls itself Impact fees may not be used to pay for iens o assa n
The assessmfent stays with the pro Support t yourt candidates. The coun- a "faithbased community." I callit crim-d maintenance or debt; they can only
erty, and may transfer with the prop- try as we grew p in is being taken inald have arepoted this matter to be used to pay the costs associated I hear rumors of tax increases in

But even more impti ortant, think from Arizn aid, "m ho wear sun- Affairs and the White House.Thecailoperation- cate of occupancy withoutpayinghim level of county services without
aboutwho will beperforming the prop- glasses." Ourhonorable press has lost spiracy of the Christian is real and an impact fee Impact fees are effec- increasing taxes. Well, this turns out
erty improvements that will provide the meaning of the word. Who are they won't be tolerated. Housing is a right tivelyta ransom that must be paid by a not to be true.
hurricane protection, energy savings Who owns the press, who are we fight- annd it will be recognized in Nassau propertyhowner to use his or her pr6p- I have justwatched the.very effec-
and increased property value. This ing?AmediathatdefendsaSecretary County. erty andearn their living as in Ms. tivepresentationthat (Clerk ofCourt)
means jobs for licensed contractors in of State who lies about and witnesses C Chris Bowen Miller's case. Impact fees are a sig- John CrawfoAd gave at the last county
almost all facets of the construction the murder of our own ambassador Fernandina Beach nificant reason that Eighth Street looks commissioner meeting (Clerk: County
industry Soon, thosewhoselivelihoods and honorable military secuirity Think the way it does. Property owners has $44 million cushion," May 3). Mr.
have suffered in the recent economic about it, they witnessed a murder and Ina ferefuse to pay the city's outlandish fees Crawford gave a very thorough and
downturn will be working again, par- did nothing yet this same media ver, m pap. .to convert their property to productive concise plan to continue our present
ticularly journeymen and skilled work- bally massancred the Republican The city's economic destruction use. services without increasing taxes.
ers. Senator Trent Lott over an "innuen- machine rolls on. "City wants $7,000 to Mandrick was employed by FPU I think every citizen in the county
Florida PACE Funding ency's do." 'openr hair salon" (May 15) details the. and operated the water utility for should be made aware that this plan
program is entirely voluntary and is They drew the line'so never forget deplorable actions of the city in deal- FPU prior to the city's purchase. In a does exist and that it is very doable. All
available only in subscribirlg counties the number. 76, your death date. We i.g With Ms. Janet Miller's new busi- recent pleading filed by plaintiff's the necessary services could be pro-
and m -unicipalities. The agency was still have theelection in 2014.. Put down nies on 14th Street. The city wants counsel in the impact fee lawsuit vided, the new sheriffs office can be
created by localgovernments for local the tennis racquets and the mah jongg $7,026.36 in impact fees to starther against the city he testified that the built, and it can all be done without
governments establishing the most pieces and say no to a'president who new salon. city paid the extra $7.5 million because raising county taxes.
transparent anid accountabl~f ipning refuses td siow us his credentials yet he article quotes city Utilities FPU "wanted" it. In the current economic downfall
vyehicle to propertyowners for ialified 3 takes the iod er to tell us when to die. Director John Mandrick as writing "a Nassau County, recognizing the which thea citizens of Nassau County
energy efficiency, renewable genera- Vote them out and if that fails, we still barber shop or salon ... places a high economic conditions prevailing dur- are experiencing, I cannot fathom the
tion and wind-resistance improve- have an answer, The Second demand on the water and waste water ing the prolonged real estate reces- idea of raising taxes unnecessarily.
ments. Subscription by NassauiOeiety Amendmedito system than strictly a retail operation sion and also understanding that coun- Thetaverage citioen has either expe-
to the agency's funding program is Donald R. Gerarde like a giftshop or dollar store." That's ty growth was nonexistent,-wisely .rienced a decline on income, or has
without liability or cost to Nassau Fernandina Beach what a monthly bill is for, Mr. suspended impact fees about five years stayed at the same level of income,
County, but brings benefits and eco- Maiydrick. Impact fees are not taxes ago. Then, the county organized a cit- while prices have-been steadily ris-
nomic developmnt resulting from the but by state and federal law can only izen task force headed by ing.
program. evl eres t om te i obe used to ameliorate the capital costs Commissioner Danny Leeper to pre- Mr. Crawford has proved that a tax
Already, the Florida PACEFunding. In 2010, the president of the United- caised by new development, pare a smarter approach to covering increase is not necessary. I hope that
Agency is screening and training con- States and the Cogress mandated the In a Nov. 12,2010, Viewpoint piece the costs of growth when growth the commissioners wil-consider this
tractors to work within the program. end to homelessness. They ordered paper Mandrick wrote, "Based returns. That's the way government plan very carefully. There is no need
It's not too early to start thinking about several federal agencies to come up on o'ur present flow, with a 3 percent should function in my view. to raise taxes.
growth factor we should not need any The city, on the other hand, made Rebecca Walker
new treatment facilities until 2030." a terrible deal when it bought the Fernandina Beach
Letters must include writer's name (printed and signattfre), Nassau County Commissioners:
address and telephone number for verification. Writers are normal- Danny Leeper, District 1-Fernandina Beach, 261-8029 (h), 430-3868 (cel), email: )
ly limited to one letter in a 30-day period. No poems will be pub- SteveKelley, District 2-Amelia Island, Nassauville, O'Neil, 277-3948 (h), 556-0241 (cell), email: ,
lished. Letters should be typed or printed. Not all letters are pub- Pat Edwards, District 3-Yulee, 335-0260 (cell), email:
Barry Holloway,.District 4- Hilliard, Bryceville, Bouloghe, 879-3230 (h), 753-1072 (cell), email:
lished. Send letters to: Letters to the Editoi, P.O. Box 766, Walter J. Boatright, District 5-Callahan, 879-2564 (h), 753-0141 (cell), email:
Fernandina Beach, FL., 32035
E-mail: mparnell@fbnewsleader. com. City of Fernandina Beach Commissioners:
visit us on-line atfbnewsleadercom Mayor: Sarah Pelican: 432-8644 (cell) email:
Vice Mayor: Charlie Corbett 583-1767 (cell) email:
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This rendering shows the different elements of the universally accessible Pirate Playground set to be constructed ,, .
on land behind the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center.

Playground on track for spring 2014

N onprofit organization 8 Flags "I don't believe it's right for a child The construction of the playground, Mr. and Mrs. Hamedani
Playscapes is gaining momen- with a disability to have to sit on the scheduled to open in May 2014, will be
turn to fund its universally sidelines and watch other kids play," reminiscent of a similar projectin
accessible playground project. Morgan said. Tampa, with the exception of the nauti- HaUneLdan-KenaM ing the family home which
The NFL's Play 60,. an initiative run by The goal of this project is to allow cal theme. Pirate Playground will be became.the Beech Street Grill
the Jacksonville Jaguars and Wolfson people of all ages and abilities built on city of Fernandina Beach prop- Mr. Stephen P. Kennard of and the Captain's House
Children's Hospital, recently awarded together. There are several components erty behind the Atlantic Avenue Amelia Island and Mrs. Don- (Pippi Longstocking) in Old
the Fernandina Beach group a $10,000 to Pirate Playground that will make it Recreation Center between it and Egans na M. Kennard of Allendale, Town.
grant. Another Jacksonville-based corn- accessible to all: Level surfacing consist- Creek near the baseball field. N.J., are pleased to announce The groom's history is
pany, Fidelity Information Systems, also ing of brick and cement paths will make 8 Flags Playscapes is still.seeking the wedding of their daugh- also interesting. Shahed was
contributed a community outreach it easy to push awheelchair; musical donations, which can be provided by ter, Ainsley Waring Kennard, born in Tehran and, as a
donation of $7,500. instruments will be low enough for chil- anyone from individuals to groups, to Shahed Hamedani of Fprt young boy, assisted his father,
Local children participated in a-coun- dren and adults in wheelchairs to use; schools or corporations. They can be Lauderdale, the son of the who;was under the threat of
tywidb poll to choose the future play- the visually impaired will be entertained paid in full upfront or over a period of 12 late Faal Hamedani and' death during the' revolution
ground's name, "Pirate Playground." with plenty of tactile elements; and there months. Agnes Amini of Atlanta, Ga. for owningga business which
Since pirates are popular in Fernandina will also be backboards in the sand box Donor recognition occurs in two The bride's family roots did business with the Shah's
Beach, it's only fitting for the futtire .area to support those who cannot sit ways: Embroidered flags will be placed run deep in the history of regime, in commandeering a
playground to be named after the beard- well. on aflagpole on Atlantic Avenue and in Fernandina Beach and in naval vessel so that the entire
ed, eyepatch-wearing sailors. Building a playground of this caliber the "Dream Path" at the entrance to the Florida. As a sixth-generation family could escape across
8 Flag Playscapes founder Aaron is a costly endeavor. To reach its playground. All donations of money, Floridian, her pioneer ances- the gulf to freedom in Oman.
Morgan says Fernandina Beach needs a $250,000 goal to construct Pirate sponsorship and building supplies are tors include the Rev. John .Shahed was just eight
playground that allows everyone to par- Playground, 8 Flags Playscapes also tax-deductible. Nathaniel Partridge, an early years old, but he played an
ticipate. Morgan's own house is in walk- launched its six-month campaign, The board of directors are all volun- circuit minister for the integral role as the ship was
ing distance to five playgrounds, and "Pirates' Dreams," on March 23. The teers working to make their small part Methodist Church, who origi- meant to be operated by a
none of the existing parks offers the uni- objective is to get 200 donations of of the world a better place for the gener- nally settled in Monticello and large crew. From there, leav-
versally accessible design elements for $1,000 each. There have been more than ations that follow. Visit the 8 Flags later became one of the 56 ing everything behind, they
all abilities that the Pirate Playground 20 dreams promised since the start of Playscapes website at www.8flags delegates to draft and sign went to Egypt as political
will offer. the drive. for more information, the Florida Constitution. refugees and then on to
Ainsley's Fernandina Atlanta, Ga.
Beach Kennard and Bell famni- Ainsley recently received
ly ancestry go back five gen- her doctorate degree in psy-
erations. Her great-great- chblogy from Nova University
Sgrandfather, was Capt. and Shahed owns a successful
William Bell, who along with auto parts and service busi-
his identical twin brother ness in Atlanta.
James, was an original bar After a one-year internship
pilot in'the port. They also in Vermont for Ainsley, the
Sbuilt many of the homes in couple plans to make their
Julie Mai or may not be a quickly realibed thatehi on theilistorAoajDist6ica~includ- ithomie in Ponte Vedrat ionr,
Georgia native, but shesvery straitsof the-tr aditioialstyle -' cOg an iciim I ',I iliw
close, having been born right did not allow her enough free-
across the river from St. dom to create so she began WEDDING ANNIVERSARY
Marys in the Crandall area of. experimenting with mixing
Nassau County. Her coastal mediums and designing her
heritage goes back genera- own patterns.
tions and she has acquired an She also developed a free-
appreciation for all things motion quilting styli that
Sconnected with the seacoast incorporates collage patterns.
and nearby woodlands. She so enjoyed the new tech-
Olde Towne Gallery in, St. niques that she decided to
Mar-ys, Ga., is hosting Mainor teach classes. Now Mainor -
and her unique art through has ventured further into the
June. She is displaying wall fine art world by adding paint- Theodore and Rosalie
quilts based on tree and ing to her traditionally based Wessel of Fernandina Beach
wildlife designs as well as quilting palette. celebrated 58 years of mar-
coastal themes incorporating Her art as well as the work riage. They weremarried
watercolors and acrylic paints of many other area artists can May 14, 1955, in Baltimore,
on the fabric. be seen at Olde Towne Md. They have four children
Mainor's introduction to Gallery, open daily from 9 Mr. and Mrs. Wessel -and eight grandchildren.
fabric arts began while learn- a.m. to 3 p.m. next to Cedar SUBMITTED
ing traditional quilting with Oak Cafe at 304 Osborne St. Artist and Nassau County native Julie Mainor is fea-
her mother in the '90's. She in downtown St. Marys. tured at the Olde Towne Gallery in St. Marys, Ga. MILITARY NEWS

ART WORKS 0 Navy Seaman Appren- tion of basic Navy skills and
tice Garrette W. Wright, son the core values of honor,
S of Ashley A. Wright of Jack- couriage and commitment. Its
S sd t oadult); 10:45-11:45 a.m. sonville and Raymond M. distirictly "Navy" flavor was
Jurleshn KsTo register call the IAA Gallery, 261- Wright of Callahan, was re- designed to- take into account
The theme for the next Island Art The Island Art Association Youth 7s02. The Education Centeris located cently promoted to his cur- what it means to bea sailor.
Association Nouveau Show will be Program list for May includes: next to the gallery at 18 N. Second St. rent rank upon graduation Wright is a 2011 graduate
"Waterviews." Membership is not Saturday, May 48, Children's Art, Also available is the PortraitWork- from recruit training at of West Nassau High School
required to submit your artwork in any led by Diane Hamburg, for ages 6-12; 10- shop, Tuesday nights and occasional Recruit Training Cormmnd, of Callahan.
medium on June 3 from 9 a.m.-noon at 11 a.m. and 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Saturdays. Contact Paul at 321-0738. Great Lakes, Ill.
the IAA Gallery, 18 N. Second St, Saturday, May'18, Middle School Thursday is open studio from 9 a.m.- Wright received the early Civilian Oliver B. Par-
Fernandina Beach. This is ajuried show Art, led by Diane Hamburg, for ages 10- noon. Contact Gretchen at 491-3171. promotion for outstanding tridge, son of Jane M. and
with cash awards for Best of Show, first, 14; 1-2:15 p.m. The Photography Group meets the performance during all phas- Malcolm I. Partridge of
second and third place winners. For Monday, May 20, Preschool Art, fourth Thursday of the month. Contact es of the training cycle. Fernandina Beach, recently
information go to led-by Susan Dahl, for ages 3-5 (with an Pat Hooks at 277-2595. Training included classroom enlisted in the U.S. Navy
Most isurancestudy and practical instruc- ander the Delayed Entry
tion on naval customs, first Program at Navy Recruiting
call Forsaid, firefighting, water safety District, Jacksonville.
Sand survival and shipboard The program allows re-
and aircraft safety. cruitts to enter the Navy and;
The capstone event of boot take Up to one year to corn-,
Q o d saH o seRn 5 srund our home, we camp is "Battle Stations." plete prior commitments such
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W D R Ctn V/ie yofid items that the skills and confidence they ers as mentors, this program
SClassic Carpets wloner user oneed, and then need to succeed in the fleet. helps recruits ease into the
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pm BUICK s ad it to one of the signed to galvanize the basic 97tary life. Partridge will repoCt
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AlA at Bailey Rd. 542057 Us Hwy 1, Callahan, FL niderateArewe hardworking, local community were among graduate of Jefferson Forests
Steve Johnson Automotive abee our hom ests and ppmises the 191 men who graduated High School in Forest, Va., l~e
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; FRIDAY, MAY 17.2013/News-Leader H O M ES 9A


HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS Native plants provide color summer long
Nat hike Advanced purchase tickets You gave a lecture on skink. These large lizards
are available at www.Beaches wildflowers a few have short legs and a stream-
Join a Park Ranger for a There is a $3 months ago and mentioned a lined body. The body is gen-
leisurely paced hike to discov- service charge for online pur- native flower called a green- erally gray, brown or black,
er the island's.natural commu- chasing. Limited tickets are headed coneflower. Will you with five white or yellowish
nities on May 18 at 2 p.m. at also available on site and tell me some more specific stripes. However, as the
the Ribault Club on Fort through the Beaches information about this plant? lizards mature the stripes'
George Island Cultural State Museum, 381 Beach Blvd., HB fade to uniform shiny gray or
ixPark. Participants are encour- Jacksonville Beach. The pro- AThe Green-headed brown
Oaged to bring bug spray and ceeds benefit the museum. *.Coneflower, Rudbeckia Adult males develop
bottled water. No reservations laciniata, is a sunflower-like enlarged orange-red colored
are necessary and the pro- mase perennial, which can reach heads with powerful jaws.
gram is free. For information Thisheights from 3 to 6 feet. The Like other skinks, the young
contact the TAlbot Islands ts he long stalked flowers appear have bright blue tails and
-Ranger Station at-251-2320, Need a horticulture ques- from July through October, prominent stripes. Although
tion answered and can't wait providing a long season of adult male broad-head.skinks
Pm t C until the next Plant Clinic? flowers. SUBMITID are unmistakable, females
.On May 20, County The Extension's website has Each flower is 3-4 inches The adult male Broad-head sknn k, above, develops an and immature lizards,are
Extension Director/Horticul- manyquestions and answers across, with cone-shaped,. enlarged red head and is a uniform shiny gray or brown very similar in appearance to
ture Extension Agent Becky from Rebecca Jordi's "Garden greenish-yel- in color. They feed on insects, spiders and small inver- five-lined and southeastern
ordi will conduct a Plant Talk" column, at hftp://nas- low centers tebrates and are found on the ground and in trees. five-lined skinks. These
Clinic from 10 a.m. until 2 G and golden skinks can be found both on
p.m. at the Yulee Extension ture/questions/tuestions.htm petal-like the ground and in trees, but
Office (A1A and Pages Dairy 1. Master Gardeners are on structres Propagation is done by the plant to produce more the broad-head skinks, partic-
Road). All county residents. office duty on Fridays, 10 a.m. called rays, seeds. flowers. Flowers appear in ularly largemales, are most
are invited to bring plant sam- until 2 p.m. Call 491-7340, or which makes We will havesome of the spring and continue often found in the tops of
'ples showing problemsin stop by the Yulee Extension themn very thesabeautiful native plants through the fall. trees.
their landscapes. Problems office for help with your land- showy in any at our plant sale on Saturday.. The flowers, which can Like many other lizards,
will be identified and solutions scape questions. This is a free garden set- Please come visit us from 9 grow to 2 feet, provide an broad-head skinks will break
offered for correction. There service to the public. GAu DEN ting. The a.m. to 2 p.m. at the James S. excellent source for nectar off their tails as a defense
is no fee for this service. Call ITAK green center Page Governmental feeding animals such'as birds mechanism when pursued by.
i; (904) 879-1019. Master Wildlife habstats or "eye" Complex, on Nassau Place in and bees. Butterfly Blue predators. These large lizards
i Gardeners are on phone duty Learn how to attract.butter- th'e becomes Yulee. Remember, the pro- Scabioa, Scabiosa colum- feed on insects, spiders and,
Fridays, at 491-7340. flies and birds and other desir- Beckylordi elongatedas ceeds of these sales help baria, can be grown in USDA small invertebrates.
able wildlife to y6ur gardens t it ages and deflray the maintenance costs cold hardiness zones 4-10. Rebecca Jordi, UF/IFAS:
Bike ride and. mak&your yard a turns brown as the speds of our three demonstration Remember, our zone here in- County Extension Director for
A national bike month "Certified Wildlife Habitat." ripen. The, lobed leaf is gray- gardens, 'outh programming Nassau County Florida range Nassau County and Nassau
proclamation will be present- 'To schedule her presentation, green in color and the reason and professional development from 8b to 9a. County Horticulture Agent III,
Wed at the Fernandina Beach community groups an gar- it is sometimes referred to as ofvolunteers and.the horti- People often make the is a University of Floridafacul-
City Commission meeting den clubs should contact Bea cut-leaf coneflower. culture agent. assumption using the word ty member Extension locations
May 21at 6p.m. at City Hall, Walker, a Master Gardener It is native to Florida but .What can you tell me perennial means the plant will are the satellife office at the
204 Ash St. The presentation volunteer with Nassau County can also be found all along .about the plant called live forever or at least 10 to 20 County Building in Yulee and
will be early on the agendaso Extension Service, at bwalk- the Eastern Seaboard upward Butterfly Blue Scabiosa? CB years. However, this Scabiosa the main Extension Office in
Iparticipants can planto have erl05@bellsouthanet, or 321- to Canada. It is drought foler- A I believe you are iefer- is considered a short-lived Callahan. The UF/IFAS
5dinner downtown afterwards. 2266. Walker's own backyard ant but does not mind wlb -l.ring to a specific perennial, which means itwill Nassau County Demonstration
Consider wearing your North has received both the Wildlife drained, moist soil: Green- Scabiosa which is a perennial live and provide flowers for Garden is located at the James
Florida Bicycle Club cycling Habitat and Florida-Friendly headed coneflowerprefers flowering aster-like plaint. about 2-3 years. We will also S. Page Governmental
jersey or your Amelia Island Landscaping certifications. slightly acid soils with most This flower originated from, have this plant at our plant Complex and demonstrates
TrailT-shirt. -a any variation of light expo- Mediterranean Europe, sale.on Saturday. best management practices for
As part ofNational Bike Ii barl photoS sure. The flowers attract Africa and Asia. It can grow in Do you know the name Northeast Florida. NMail ques-
Month, there will be a com- If you attended the birds and butterflies but full sun to partial shade but .of the big, red-headed tions to Garden Talk, c/,a
.munity bike ride May 18 start- Landscape Matters: Rain because of their long stalks,' higher sun exposure vill pro- lizard I have found in my Rebecca Jordi, Nassau County
ing at 8:30 am. at Main Barrel class this month, the they may need staking to duce more-flowers. Similar to yard? The bodyis brown and Extension, 543350 US 1,
Beach. This is part of the reg- Nassau Extension office remain upright. The nectar is other periennials, once the it moves very fast..GK, Callahan, FL 32011. Visit
ularly scheduled NFBC ride would like you to send them a also a favorite of native and flowersfade, removing the .A I suspect you. are refer- http;//
that morning: Bicycle helmets photo of your installed rain domesticated honeybees. 61old blooms will encourage '.ring to the broad-ihead rljordiftufledu
are required and a bike in safe barrel. Painted or not; gutters
working condition. or not show how you are col-
--lecting that rainwater. Digital :
Adopt shore photos should'be 4 by 6 inch-
Amelia Island Sea Turtle es in original sizeand sent to
Watch in partnership with
qlKeep Nassau Beautiful will Make sure to include your
conduct an "Adopt A Shore" name and town. The photos
beach cleanup on May 25 will be posted at http://nas-
starting-at-:10 Aim. Parti ipalts -saudfas~ufLeduj;Gontact thei
will assemble at the Dolphin office at (904) 879-1019.
Avenhue parking lot it Main ....
Beach. This event is open to Bchkep&s
the public. Bags and gloves A new organization,
Swill be provided. For informa- "Beachkeepers Fernandina
tion-contact Beachkeepers Beach," has bee ormed with
fernandinabeach@rocket- a mission to prof t and p4e- serve the integrit and the ".
d Wnatural environment of 608mS. 8th Street -Phil Griffin
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Fort Clinch State Park will Efforts include the Adopt A phil@acrfl,com
host a Memorial Day week- Shore program and Working (904) 261-2770 (904) 556-9140
end program on May 25 from With the city on the implemen- (
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and May 26 tation of the City Compre-hen-
from 9a.m. to2 p.m. to hlonor sive Plan Conservation and COMMERCIAL* INVESTMENT LEASING SALES
the men and women who Coastal Management
served in World War II. Element. There is a group '
Visitors can explore military Facebook page at Beach ERA Fernandina Beach Realty
idisplays, view memorabilia keepersFernandina Beach. ORr -t sa, c,
and learn about the uniforms, email beachkeepersfernandin-
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--of thos who were part of the Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
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Admission to the park is $6 Nassau County-Extension 542188 S. Kings Road-
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10A FRIDAY. MAY 17. 2013 YULEE'S ABUZZ News-Leader

Dulcimers a

hit in Yulee

News Leader Arts Alive would
Yulee Elementary School like topurchase
was graced with the sweet ducme
sounds of dulcimers at a recent additional dulcimers
concert or other SChool.
Presenting the music were schools.
students fromthe afternoon dul- .
cimer program along with dul- furn, all the students quickly
cimer teachers Kay Evans and raised their hands.
Robyn Nemes. "One of my students
"The program is offered free received a dulcimer for .
of charge to fourth and fifth Christmas and another one says
graders," said Nemes. "We offer her parents are going to buy . . .
two classes, one on Wednesday her one. Now that's exciting!" p
afternoon and one on Thursday Music teacher Valerie Jones
afternoon, says the program is very popu- ... B .W d o
The class limit is 10 students, lar. '< ..-
since this is the number of dul- "At the beginning of the year ~, *. e
cimers purchased byArts Alive,- we sent notices home with SUBMIrrrED
sponsors of the program." every fourth and fifth grader Students perform a dulcimer concert joined by instructors Robyn Nemes and Kay Evans and Kay's husband, Bob.
Nemes and Evans taught a giving information about the i g
series of eight beginning class- program, including the fact it because they are an easy instru- children, notes Lindberg, who
es last fall and then started again was on a first-come, first-served ment for children to learn and received a birthday card fiom
with of begin-, basis. We filled the classes to have a beautiful, delicat sound the Wednesday class on which
ning students in January. capacity the next day, with about pleasing to the ear. one child wrote, "I didn't know
Intermediate classes began after 30 more students we placed on "In order to play the dul- I had any musical talent until -
spring break and will last until a waiting list," said Jones. "After cimer well, one must be able to now. Thank you."
the end of the school year. the Christmas holiday, we, strum as well as, place the fin- "What a. wonderful state-
Ithink Arts AliveNassau is started a new class anid gave gers on the correct part of the ment. Thit makes it all worth-a
doing a real service to the com- the waiting list children the first string to make the right sound," while," Lindberg said.
munity and these children by choice for those classes." said Lindberg. "Reading the ArtsAlive would like to pur- .
providing these classes and Arts Alive president Jane music also enters into the equa- chaseadditional dtlcimers fr HEATHER A ,PERR', .. irnthdays and awards,kives out
allowing the dulcimer (the only Lindberg who holds a doctor tion. It is a known fact that hand- other schools. Anyone interest- News-Leader Buzz Buck prizes and inter-
truly original American instru- of music arts in music compo- eye coordination aids in the ing in making a donation may views newsworthy people.
ment) to continue existence," sition from the University of development of reading skills." send it to Arts Alive, PO. Box "We do our production live Students act as anchors,
said Evans. South Carolina and directs the The discipline of learning to 222, Fernandina Beach, FL every morning which creates telepr6mpters, sound techni
During a recent class, when popular Island Chamber Singers play a musical instrument alone 32035. a little'stress, and sometirgens 'cian,,i amera persons and
Evans asked who was having said dulcimers were selected and in groups also beriefits the few surprises" said e directors.
Middle School's Jan PWifcsonl P eople who have.time and
who oversees the schooltdith aire interested can make videos
Production Studio and is n d film school activities. We
the gifted J"Langufage Arts have multiple intros and transi-
instructor. .. tion videos for our news pro-
"The st dio.was. placed in duaction," expilained Wilson.
the school atits inception, but l"b irProduction s called The
Furnandina Beach *i ^did not wor. properly for sei- i'ly. Sting.We also, use it to
eral years," tad Wilson. "Five ote Black HistoryMonth,

OS *years ago, 6tpouth principal, Literal cy, Weekind Freedom
SSDr. Simmons, asked men to pr. Week,"n inotes Wilson.
duce the mofrning inn nce- E ta .e our school has a
Sments using my gifteh hedif ts,. slogan ihd. each day, we try to
SIt took us a full year or more to keep that in the students' minds.
get it up and running smoothly." This year, it's S.W.A.G. -
SBrent Autherment, husband Students Working at Greatness.
airin fo Pawof a YMS paraprofessional, vol- We alsro scroll the announce-
I unteered many hours to make ments all day on a live feed."
'sure every piece of equipment The all-vohinteer TV pro-
was hooked up correctly duction staff consists of stu-
"Initially,;.we had difficulties dents who have filled out an
going out to the school and with application with a teacher ref-
the equipment working effec- erence. They must have a grade
tively. We would be in the mid- no lower than a Cand no behav-
U 1OlWe de oa i adi ltoalrefeirals.
Z w ...,. We would lose in ille Mur-
Sr bwould lose the sound, or we daugh saysit helps shy kids get
Select i e and Beer be efitting would have, garbled sound. over their fear of public speak
More days than not, it was so ing while Isabel Dupee likes the
frustrating!".,. idea of exploring the field to see
Autherment would volunteer if it's something she might be
N assau Hmoe hours ty come in and try interested in pursuing.
tget a handleon the problem Seventh-grader Alexis
and the program would run McCall said, "Being in the news
ive Aucto smoothly for a few more weeks. is 'iaking me want to get into
When new PrincipalJames, the media field when I grow up
Special Guest N ick or n o er came on board, he because I've been working from
u N showed a keefi interest in the behind and in front of the cam-
Stprogram. The former TIV pro- era.
y duction teacher helped the Wilson is very proud of her
phones, which greatlyimproved the behefits of working in the
Florida H ouse Inn 22 S. 3rd Street sound quality, and purchased a TV production program.
Mac desktop computer so the "It helps students to learn to
youthful crew could make speak clearly and expressively
$50 Nick Loren videos for the news program. It allows them to be creative
County maintenance camedin to and to see how their schools
overhaul the wiring and news subjects are used in real-world
Arte Pizza Island Time Premium Frozen Yogurt production improved steadily. tasks. The students learn
'"The school can be proud of leadership and cooperation
Cafe Karibo Kelley's Courtyard Cafe their newsproduction. It keeps skills."
the students informed as wellas A TV production class is
Cio Italian Bistro Marina Seafood Restaurant recognizes '.students -and stu- something Wilson would really
dent achievements," said love to have at some point when
Crab Trap O'Kane's Irish Pub and Eatery Wilson. funds become available.
The student staff announces type)
Florida House Inn Restaurant Pablo's Mexican Restaurant
Halftime Sports Bar & Grill Pecan Roll Bakery
Happy Tomato Courtyard Cafe &BBQ Tasty's Fresh Burgers & Fries
Joe's 2nd Street Bistro

Enjoy live music by Dan Voll and Michele
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FRIDAY. MAY 17,2013 NEWS News-Leader HA

Park lover enjoys volunteering at fort
HEATHER A. PERRY there to do around here?" Air Force. She has lived in 10
News-Leader A big fan of the park her- states, including Florida
self, Sheffield is happy to twice.
SFort Clinch State Park is a describe the long list of activi- "I originally came to
living history site that pro- ties available for visitors Amelia Island for a confer-
vides a place for visitors and including hiking, biking, fish- ence at the Plantation and
residents alike to learn the ing, shelling, swimming and, when I was moving back east
history of Northeast Florida of course, the living history of from Arizona, I remembered
Swhile enjoying a 1,200-acre Fort Clinch. how impressed I was with this
outdoor experience. "People don't realize it's as area. I love it here because
One of the friendly smiles big as it is," she nhotes. "To be there is so much to do and
greeting visitors at the in an urban area, this is a real- the people.are sofriendly. It is
A s'pr-ta ... entrance gate two days a P rly large park and it's a great truly island living.",
week is that of volunteer Sue place to volunteer. There's a Sheffield also volunteers
Sheffield. great group of rangers and with the Friends of the
"Working both the gate staff here. I just enjoy being Library book sale and
and the visitor's center, I get around the people and chat- did turtle watch for-a while
,:_ meet people from all over ting with people at the gift. and the Wild Amelia Nature
the world. It's very interesting shop." Festival.
"I'm retired and I to hear the stories and experi- A regular user of the park Located at 2601 Atlantic
was looking for ences of a varied group of visi- during off hours, Sheffield is Ave., park hours are 8 a.m. to
something to do. I tors." always on the lookout for sunset every day of the year.
love the park so Sheffield considers it an deer, bobcats, armadillos, rac- Admission is $2 per person,
this was the per- important part of her job to coons and other assorted ani- $4 for single occupant vehicle
fect opportunity," onmake sure she does every- mals as she hikes or rides her or $6 per carload up to eight
says Sue thing she can to enhance bicycle through the shaded people. Phone 277-7233 or
Sheffield, a Fort their visit to one of the best trails. visit www.floridastateparks,
Clinch volunteer ... state parks in Florida and to Originally from New York org/fortclinch for additiopal
since 2008. this area of the sfate. State, Sheffield spent 30 years information or to make camp-
HATHERA. PERRY One of the questions visi- working for the federal gov- ing reservations..
NEWS-LEADER tors ask most is, "What is eminent, including five in the

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FRIDAY, MAY 17,2013

Sriday night football in Yulee

Henry greets fans Saturday
News Leader
The Yulee High School
football team will be back in
action'tonight with a green
N and gold scrimmage game.
Kickoff is at 7 p.m.
The Hornets are gearing
up for the spring jamboree
May 24 at Nease. Kickoff is
also set for 7 p.m.
The Fernandina Beach
High School football team -
played a scrimmage last like signed by him.
week. They travel to Baldwin Henry, who graduated this
Tuesday for a spring jam- winter fromYulee, is playing
boree. They take on the on.full scholarship at the
Indians in a full game starting University of Alabama.
at 6 p.m. Although injured in the
Former YHS football play- spring season, YHS Coach
er Derrick "Shocka" Henry. Bobby Ramsay said Henry
will be back in Yulee Saturday will be back in action by July.
morning, greeting fans and "He was doing really well
signing autographs at the -before he got injured,".:
Walmart Supercenter, start- Ramsay said.
ingat 11:30 a.m.' Henry holds state and
Henry said he wants to national, rushing records he PHOTOS BYE BgTJONES/NEWS- LER
give back to his community, set while playing the last four Derrick "Shocka" Heniiy is home in Yulee after sprin in
so bring any item you would years at Yulee High School. Alabama. He will be at the Walmart in Yulee Saturday.

FDSEs Fellowship Saturday was a hit
Fellowship Satur day in the Family came from nine runs down to defeat fital inning and held offTeam Keay te
Driven Softball League turned out to be Teanm Keay by a score of 19-16. Team win the gamie.
everything organizers hoped it would be. Keay (named for coach David Keayfrom -'The game was highlighted when ahit
Laughter, fun and sometimes outright MUMC) scored ealy and often.. ball got past one of the best pitchers ih
what happens when competition Baptist Church's Mike Boyett and Turk close friend Spivey walked!anewbailout
becomes secondary to fellowship. Johnson, First Baptist's Ashley Smith to Cook, who was standing on the
"It was a great day for God's people and Scott Schol, Yulee Baptist Church's mound, and instructed him on how the
from the first pitch to the last," said Jimmy Shelton, Alan Kiser, Sarah Roy ball should go in his glove.
President Ernie Stuckey. and Virginia Constable, Celebration's The guest 'announcer.was Pastor '
The day started with-everyone's Herman Cook and Rachel Lucio and Joy Darryl Bellar of The Journey.Church;
favorite umpire, Chris Spivey from Parrish and Garrett Jammes from New who kept the laughter at a maximumn
Celebration Baptist Church; he won thle 'Beginnings. With his lighthearted commentary
home run derby. Mike Mathis from The With the score 10-4 in the fifth inning, through out the game.
Journey Church placed second. Team Ortiz (named for Coach Sal Ortiz At the end of the day, Sarah Roy 6f
The lone woman competitor in the from Hedges Baptist Church) began- a Yulee Baptist Church won ladies most
opposite feldghitting event,tAimeeJohn- scoring fenzygeading theway.were.... o valuAble playerwith a four-for-four pa.-
..... ... MyDO/SoCA, sen from. -ive Points ,Baptist Church, Five P914ts BrprdonvRoy .'Ai -e :;ii j nimahe at ~he plate Iir's:M~Pwa
Caroline Dobinski of Fernandina Beach, who graduat- won the contest as.she placed hit the ball Johnson and John Sallas, Jason Shearer, The Journey. Church's Mike Mathis;who
ed from Si- Michael Academylast year, is now attend- just 20 inches from the foul line. David Hollie Fannin and Jeff Schol from First hit four-for-four with two triples. Glenn
ing Bishop Kenny High School in Jackbnville. As a Keay from Memorial United Methodist Baptist, Jackie Darby from Springhill, Parrish of Ne'wi Beginnings helped out
member ofthe Crusader track and field team, Church placed second in the event with a Linda Akers from Christwalk, Hollie with umpiring duties.
Dobinksi was named rookie of the year as a freshman, place hit'of 25 inches. '- Thomnas from MUMC and Mike and The FDSL willsponsor a Christiant
qualifying for varsity in both the 800mn and the 1600m The game was perhaps one of the Misty Mathis from The Journey Church. softball tournament June 8. Entry fee is
with personal records at 2:37 and 5:46, respectively. bestigames of thie year as Team Ortiz Team Ortiz added four runs in the $200. Contact Stuckeyat (904) 813-2003.



7 le

The Fernand ia
Beach Middle"
School footbal"
team was in '
action Thursdaly
for the spring.pea-
son, giving C_ ach
Cam Harrison,
above left with
~ -Coach Raleigh:
Green, an eariy
... -evaluation of-the
fall season for"the
Pirates. Scotty.
. Rivenbark takes
..... the snaps, above
Parker in motion
in thh backfield,
above. Josh .
Blizzard dodges a
defender, left. A
pair of FBMS2,
defenders try to
stop a running
back, far left.:
Practices end"

FRIDAY, MAY 17.2013 SPORTS News-Leader 13A


SOpen Water alen SummetAafd
The 2013 Ed Gaw Amelia Island Open America's Youthis offering track and field
Water Challenge will be held May 25 in training and a summer track program for ages
Fernanidna Beach with a 5K open water swim 8-17 with the goal to qualify for the AAU
and a one-mile open water swim. This will be Junior Olympics. Call (904) 624-5383 for
a non-sanctioned event. information or pick up a registration form at
The race starts at approximately 8:30 a.m. America's Youth, 907 South 11th St. 3
Athletes will be allowed to have kayakers America's Youth summer pr tarts
track them throughout the race; subject to dis- May 28 and runs through Aug. 7. Cost is
cretion of race officials. Race check-in and fin- $150. Registration is open; a parent meeting
ish are will be at Main Beach at the intersec- is today and May23 at 4p.m. and 6p.m.
tion of South Fletcher and Atlantic avenues.
Check-in starts at 7 a.m. on race day. GUS
City of Femandina Beach staff and other
drivers will provide transportation for all partic- The inaugural Guns & Hoses. charity soft-
ipants to the starting points of the race at the ball game will be May 18 at the Ybor Alvarez
Jasmine Street (one-mile) and Simmons softball complex on Bailey Road. The festivi-
Road (5K) beach accesses. There will be a ties start at 4 p.m. with the opening ceremony
course briefing prior to the swims. An awards at 5:30 p.m.
ceremony and breakfast will be provided to all The day will feature Sparky, the fire dog,
participants at the race finish area at Main public health awareness, activities for children
Beach Park. and a medical helicopter landing. All proceeds
Race starting and ending points may be benefit the United Way.
adjusted due to current direction at at the race
officials'-discretion. There will be a 2.5-hbur Cha l tOw
time limit for races to complete either course. Nassau Challenger Bwlin ague for the
Check-in at the finish line is mandatory for all physically and mentally challenged meets the
racers; The safety of the swimmers will be a second Saturday each month from 3-5 p.m. at
priority. There will be Coast Guard Auxiliary the Nassa C ent
Se ia SUBMITTED a boats and lifeguards on the water for the ase0
Scoraft Athletic Club and partnei lraftTennis Club members are shown saluting the bats and legard on the water. for te Melinda Willaford at 261-3136.
afteembinnis Club members are shown saluting the swimmers' protection. EMTs and lifeguards
signing of the contract to expand the facility with two lighted clay courts. Work has will also be on the beach to assist swimmers
begun and thescheduled completion is in August Pictured, from left, are tennis mem- in need
e J on, Joae Simon and Dave Rogers (president), Lee Enty fees are $30 before May 20 and $40 Amelia Island Boules Club holds petanque
rock (Premier Tennis Courts) and Jackie Patterson (Kraft Athletic Club chairman). deck entry and entries postmarked after May pickup gamesSaturdays at 9:30 a.m., Wed-
Sortact Kris Barger at 557-6361 or email20. All pr-registrants receive an event T-shirt nesdaysand Thursdays at 3:30
Bon ard@g30yeailrs : 'swim capband other teams. Deck entries will p.m. on th
receive a T-shirt on an as-available basis. The courts at the south end ofthe downtown ma
S" 1 event is limited to 300 swimmers. Awards go na. Petanue (pay-tk) is a cousin of both
to the overall top three male and female fin- horseshoes and bocce, the Italian bowling
S ishers and top finisher in each group. game. Th public is always welcome to join.
Entry forms are available at Call 491-1 0 95-11
TContact Scott Mikelson at 277-7350 or
G-Format is a four-perscon or Chris Gaw at (407) S r,
s G olf Asocian glrn- e l obscramble. Dinner reception 721-2837 or
from 5-7:30 p.m. includes beer A senior league bowling is offered at 9:30
-4-rnandina Beach High.: and wine, raffle prizes, a
.Snw.chool seniors Janica Castro awards and silent auction. Ind .m. epWendceeK 1 n. Te u a omet S
Entry fee is.$150. Vida Fitness will host the fifth annual Christian
Since 1983,-the Fernan- Contests include bet the Independence 5K at the Omni Amelia Island
ina e Cach Men's. Golf As- pro, h6le-in-one, longest Plantation July 4. The 5k race will begin at 8 Sj (
otion, throught its ndScha -c drive, closest tb the pin and a.m. and the one-mile youth fun run will begin
ship Trust Fulnd, a 501.C.3 Jakt e cam putting contest. Awards to at 9 a.m. The start and finish are at the The Amelia Island SailingClub meets the
sjpnprofit corporation, has Acresfirst-fifth net and first and sec- Racquet Park parking lot next to The first Tuesday at the Kraft Athletic Club at Ten
been providing four-year a ond gross team. Verandah Restaurant; race meanders through Acres. Social hou starts at 6: p.m., meet-
h sh lege-bound Visit www.ALSGolfAelia the resort at 6800 First Coast Highway. ing at 7:30 p.m. Contact Commodore Kent
ernandinThe ninth anual ALS com, contact Mark O'Day at Registration isavailable online at McKee a7-5606 or commdore
School graduates, totaling Amelia Island Golf Classic, (904) 553-0576 or odaym25@ of at the Health and Fitness Center. Call Sean- or visit www.ameliais-
:'ore than$300 0 remembering John Louis at 415-1429 or email landsailingrg fr infrmatin
'These funds -have been O'Day, will be held Aug. 2 at
.-4ised .through the efforts of Long Point at the Amelia
the association's members in Island Club. Tournament pro-
soliciting generous donations Rceeds benefit the ALS
-2the pFernandina Beach Ass ociation, Florida hapter,
merchantso and public," said which supports research and
John H. Rudd chairman of provides support to families.
the scholarship trust fund. Often referred to as Lou
,hrough the continued Ge grig's disease, Amyotro-
ffor-ts of the association and phic Lateral Sclerosis is a pro-
-gew yfmdqrs, weh .gressive and usuall fatal rncu, Friday Saturday Sunday .Monday ;,_ aT.,sday.-,.,:,,,Trsday
.minscular diseasktlRslo*TywJi''s "b cStiaiy t- aS lunar tiSeI' I 6stly Sinf t' crtif apid Ml Sun n Cloudhdy
c'O the body f its ability to .82 66 81 / 68 80 68 82 /69 81/ 71
"Of course, you may assist walk, speak, swallow and
s by stopping bythe BGC breathe.
with your tax-deductible con- Registration and warm-up e
-tibution." are from 11 a.m. to 1?:30 p.m. Pk m
Call 277-7370 for details.. Shotgun start is at 1 p.m. i 519 19 4:49-6:49
SUMMER CAMoMPS Sat 6:04-8:04 5:34-7:34 Wed 9:23-11:23 53-10:53
MMPS 6-7: Hig 8-10: Very High ....Sun 6:50-8:50 6:20-8:20 Thu 10:21-12:21 9:51-1151
-_.1+: S sxtreme Exposure Mon 7:38-9:38 7:08-9:08 WhatsOurWe er.o
BasieRal BeCach High School baseball W ,
dThe Pirate Basketball stadium. This camp is
t signed to teach the funda- What is the diff eence- n t Moon i
h als of baseball for ages between a hurricane First Fri 629 a. 8:15 p.m. 12:
6-15. Camp cost is $80 and watch and a hurricane 5/17 Sat 6:28 am. 8:16 pm. 1:4552 a.m.
boys a giudes a camp T-shirt. warning ? Sun 6:28 a.m. 8:16 p.m. 2:4
2-9. The camp is from 9a.m. Mor g ?Sn 6:27ea.m. 3:42 p.m. 27 a.m.
arets should register Mon 6:27a.m. 8:17 p.m. 3:4p.m. 3:a.m.
ampers at thebaseballfield -paooaxa.te ,q ', q1 I Fuu Tue .,,6:27 a.m. 8:17 p.m. 4:42
on the first day of camp begin-. u aq ssod a suo o 24 Weda 6:26 a.m. 8:18 p.m 5:4 m 419
ng at 8 a.m. Call 261-6240 atO.un a U :ra V Thu 6:26a.m. 8:19 p.m 6:53pm 50

hreiber at (904) 635-2612, 8ning at 8m Cal 2164 pm. 5 04 am
(FBHS) or 556-1163 for infor-

..s4ffer a sumamer basketballl Weather atosses L -NTee's Almna & r
a.Maty 17. 983 A golfer, playingthe i L N a Farmer's Growing Degree
damentals skills and drills Tenns Fox Meadows Course in Memphis, 5/7 79 57 81/64 0.00". D Deg ate DegreD Da
ap w Kraft Tennis Partners will Tenn., wmas struck by a bolt of 5/8 77 57 81/64 0.00" 5/729
host a kids tennis camp at the lightning that went through his neck 5/9 82 63 81/64 0.00" 5/8 17 512 27
raft Athletic Center/Kraft Ten and down his spine, came out a 5/10 81 63 81/64 0.00" 5/9
es Tuesdays and Thurs- pocket. containing his key; and went 5/11. 88 70 82/65 0.00" 5/10
ays from 4:30-6 p.m. May 28 into a nearby tree. Miraculously; he 5/12 86 68 82/65 0.00" G'wingd-
rough June 20. Age groups survived td tell the tale: 5/13 79 59 82/65 0.00" r
te 4-6, 7-8 and 9-14 years.
Cost $25 per child for four
eeks, which includes T-shirt
wd snacks. Scholarships are Fernandina Beach St. Mary
Iailable. & H Low owa. y Mih .gL
SRegister by May 24 due to Fri 2; 13 am 8:27 am 2:47 pm 8:46 pm Fri 1:37 am 8:24
lited space. For information, Sat 3:02 am 9:18 am. 3:41 pm 9:46 pm Sat 2:26 am 9:15
cntact Susie DeMille at Sun 3:56 am 10:09 am 4:38 pm 10:45 pm Sun -3:20 am 10:4 or Mon '4:54am 11:01 am 5:36 pm 11:42 pm Mon 4:18 am 10:5
h54) 816-4595. Tue 5:53 am 11:53 am 6:33 pm None Tue 5:17 am 11:5
Wed 6:49 arim 12:39 am 7:27 pm 12:46 pm Wed 6:13 am '12:3
imnodlfRtiwS Thu 7:44 iain 1:34 am 8:20 pm 1:38 pm ,Thu 7;08 am .1:31
Childrenr ages 8-18 have
e opportunity to gain new
nnis and golf skills at The * * On the evening of May 24/25. one of the most ephemeral of astronomical events takes
itz-Carlton, Amelia Island qf the moon. Luhrar eclipses occur when the sun, Earth, and moon are aligned so precise
2,thad The Golf Club of Amelia both of the shadows of the Earth. The Earth. or fdr that matter ana astronomical body, pr
t a eland. A full day camp com-elia and a penumbra, derived from the Latin and meaning shade and light shade respectively
nd. A full day the Earth's umbra would be a location from which an astronaut on the moon would seet
ning golf and tennis or half That same onloo 1r positioned within Earth's penumbral shadow would notice, using the correct filters, on]
fys of either sport may be sun. Because of the sizes of the umbra and penumbra at the moon's distance, four types of lunar eclipses are p
slected. into Earth's umbra creating a total lunar eclipse or the moon can pass partly into the umbra creating a partial
.For those 10 years and completely into the penumbra, producing a total penumbral eclipse, or partly into the pemumbra with the rest
Tunger, tennis runs from 8- called a partial penumbral eclipse. Because the moon s orbit is tilted by just over five degrees to the Earth's or
S:30 a.m. with golf from 11 either above or below Earth's shadow and no eclipse happens at all. Three lunar eclipses arise in 2013 andt al l
to 1:30 p.m. For ca ers "visible" from the Americas starts at 11:53 p.m. EDlr on May 24 and ends 33 minutes later at 12:26 a.m. May
m. tohldinpgm. Frceampem the moon psiutrates into the Earth's penumbral shadow, an event that will go unnoticed by even the keenest of
years and older, golf is it has to be listed as a hmar eclipse, the eclipse that almost isn't.
tm 8-10:30 a.m. with tennis
wm 1.1 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Each weekly camp runs
onday through Thursday Want to learn mo
Rriday rain make-up day).
fee is $200 for both golf protecting yourself
dnnis c amp oor f W e offer personalized Tr
$30 per sport. A daily snack
optional for an additional Go online or stop by
30 per week. Participants 2NI) A NDi IENT fon
ceive a camp cap and rrUTIwrTERS
( 3hievement certificate at an
awrd recognition program at
e end of the session. Indoor Rifle and Pistol 904849-7593
tne 10 through Aug. 16. For Range Gun Shop 85076 CommFLcial k Drive
servations and information Classes YuleetFL t2097
l 277-1100.

144 FRIDAY. MAY 17. 2013 NEWS News-Leader

Sharing life's milestones with flowers
H EATFI ERA. PERRY "It's haM work. You're on
News-Leader your feqt all day long. I'm
here most mornings at 8 and
S hen Ken we close at 5 but on some hol-
Prescott was idays, it's pretty much 'round
fired in 1981 by the clock," said Prescott.
President "Valentine's Day is the
Ronald Reagan after 16 years worst because all the work
as an air traffic controller, he has to be done on that day
wasn't sure what he was Mother's Day is actually the
going to do next. busiest holiday, but you can
"I went in the military at start delivering on Thursdays,
18,,trained as an air traffic whereas Valentine's Day, peo-
controller and got out, so I'd ple want those flowers on the
been in that my whole adult 14th, not the 15th."
life, but I've always enjoyed One important ongoing
landscaping and yard work task is processing the flowers
and had an eye for it," said shipped in from California
Prescott, and South America.
"I had to pay bills and I "We process the flowers
was hungry, so I had to find a and cut them and put them
new career." immediately in the water with
The late Louise Wiggins, a preservative. Once they are at
florist friend, took Prescott a stage where they can be
under her wing and taught refrigerated, then we refriger-
him the floral business from ate them to harden them."
the ground up. The secret to keeping an ROBgR1itf MVrW-LEAsER
"She was like a mama to arrangement of cut flowers The floral designers at Dottie B Florist keep their window display filled with beautiful arrangements, above. Owner
me and a mentor. I learned fresh, notes Prescott, is to cut Ken Prescott, below, creates a floral design at his shop on Ash Street.
from her. She'd been in the the ends off and change the ._'___..
business for years, working water.
for a florist here in town and "If you give it a fresh cut, it the casket cover." the funeral flowers. It's sad,
she taught me everything." can drink the water. If you do Pitching in when things yes, but when they need you,
Once he got the hang of that, it will last twice as long." get busy are Shannon Keith they need you, and you have
things, he just took off, recalls Looking back over the and Dayana Allen and shop to be there for them, even if it
Prescott. Dottie B Florist, years at some of the more mascot, K.C., a'n adorable five- means coming in on a Sunday
named for the previous unusual requests he's filled, year-old sheltie, to do funeral flowers. You
owner, has won the News- Prescott recalled a customer "We love Ken," said Allen, can't say no to a customer
Leader's Best of the Best con- who wanted two hugekwhite originally from Uruguay, who. you've had for 30 years."
test 15 times over the years. swans made out of flowers, learned everything about the Being a part of difficult
"I give credit to my and then there was the time florist business from him. events means a lot to him,
employees. They reach out he was called upon to create a "Hes wonderful to work said the popular florist.
and try to satisfy every cus- casket spray with a chicken with," said Keith. "He has'a "Flowers help people get
tomer." sitting in a nest (n it. great personality and he gets through their sad times. I've
Being a florist is not the "There was an old lady along with everyone." had people tell me they
glamorous business people who raised chickens and she Affiliated with FID and focused on a particular flower
may think it is, notes just loved the chickens. They Teleflora, Prescott says about duYing the service and it
Prescott, displaying his cal- wanted a chicken in the cas- 50 percent of their business helped them deal with it."
loused hands. ket cover so I put a chicken in 'comes from online sales, but A recent bridal consulta-
it's the repeat hometown cus- tion began with the mother of
tomers who are the heart of the bride reminding Prescott
his business, he'd done her wedding flow-
"You get them as cus- ers over 21 years ago.
Sunday Sp eciaI tomers doing their prom flow- "I've been doing weddings
ers and then go on to do for30 years. I've had quite a
T birthdays, Valentine's, wed- few thatT'm getting the sec-
Cold Water dings, and anniversaries. ond generation now. When it.
Later, you'll be called on to do comes down to doing the
Twin Lobster Tails third generation, that'llbe
T iHAPPY HOUR! Tatime for me to retire," he
Every Day, 5-7pm ONLY $19.99 ALL DAY! quippedott shares his home
SV with his wife, Carol. The cou-
$1.00 Bud Light Draft (A $39.99 Value) 1, ple share four children and 12
$3.50 WellLiquor NOW OPEN grandchildren.
NO E Dottie B Florist is located
$3.50 HouseWine for Lunch & Dinner! at 502 Ash St. Business hours
Spay or iNeute are 9, am.-5:30 p.nt, Monday-
1Friday and 9 a.m -noon
31 N. 2nd Street~ Fernandina Beach, FL Sqturday. Phone 261-3011 or
(904) 261-4749 o visit
Aype@'bnewsleadercom HEATHERA. PERRY/NEWS-LEADER

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SFRIQAY, MAY 17,2 013

a or A Florida native, the Green-hp4e4
a r Coneflower, Rudbeckja 1I ta,1 is
drought-tolerant sulnfl~pweri'..p F
nial, which can reach heightsi ri ,
to 6 feet. The flowers attract birds,
butterflies and native and domesticat-
ed honey bees. It is among the fea-
m usic tured plants at the Master Gardener
Plant Sale, Saturday from ) am. until
Top off lunch at Caf6 2 p.m. io while supplies l-ast at the
Karibo with the Christiana James S. Page ,oiple x
Trio and a licorice stick on on Nassau Place io Yulee. For infor-
Tuesday, all part of the mation, call (904) 879-1019. Master
spring season of the 2013 Gardeners are on phone duty Fridays,
Amelia Island Chamber 9 a.m. uii 1l 2 p.m., at 491-7340.
The 1 p.m. performance
will be preceded by a noon s-os w Patriotic
luncheon on your own at
Caf6 Karibo, 27 N. Third St.
Tickets for the concert are Olit
,$50 and available at yo uc k i t o tro M Iu-sic to s h o ,01 ; foVoryteb
.www.aicmf com or by call- C on
ing 261-1779. t es
For this casual midday og Star Tavern on North Second Street, on at),
concert, cellist and festival downtown Fernandina Beach, is teaming
Artistic Director up with Attic Community Playground to T h urIs
Christopher Rex joins violin- w present the indie-groove rock duo, ursd
ist David Coucheron, pianist StereoFidelics, tonight. ..
Elizabeth Pridgen and clar- Attic Community Playground is a nonprofit that '-'- I,, Let Freedom Ring
inetist Laura Ardon in a per- supports music programs for publicly funded c .': ..4 'I t4 The annual "Let Freedom
formance of works by schools in need through its grant program. Jennifer e M- v '- L Ring" concert with the
Messiaen, Grieg, Verdi and Nettles of Sugarland serves on the board of the Jacksoiville Sy ipli~ny
Beethoven. organization and has done solo performances to Orchestra will be held
The Atlanta Symphony raise money and awareness for its mission of keep- May 23 at 7 p.m. at First
:Orchestra's principal clar- ing music in schools. BaptistChurch of Fernandina
-inetist since 1982, Ardan Door proceeds from tonight's concert by Beach.
holds the endowed Robert SteroFidelics tickets are $5 will go entirely to Presented byARIAS
Shaw Chair. She has been a Attic Community Playground. (Amelia Residents In Action
featured soloist with the Fburinstruments, two dynamic voices and a for the Symphony), this annu-
.orchestra in works by record of relentless touring have earned the al event celebrates Memorial
Mozart, Weber, Debussy, StereoFidelics their reputation as a superb, high- Day Weekend with a program
'Copland, Bernstein and energy live act. of Americana, such as themes
Rossini and has also per- Imagine you're back in time enjoying the groove from Victory t at Sea, by
formed with the Cleveland and virtuosity of'70's art-rock band, then hurled Richard Rogers. There also
Quartet. Before joining the decades forward, colliding with the energy and will be American patriotic
ASO, she was resident clar- intensity of today's indie rock scene. There's unex- music, including the Armed
inetist and teaching artist at pectedly powerful jazzy female vocals intertwined Forces Salute that presents
the Lincoln Center Institute. with a strong, satin-smooth male voice. Thumping the songs of the different
Ardan also played in the synth bass lines and popping, funky drumbeats service branches, at which
Metropolitan Opera drive the skillfully intricate guitar playing and explo- time the veterans of each
Orchestra for two seasons. sions of electric violin string-shredding. wlbranch rise and ate recog-
An internationally estab- Reflecting their'influences both past and present nized. And what would a
lished chamber musician,, (including Frank Zappa, Led Zeppelin, he Talking MDYi emoMrial Day weekend con-
Coucheron is concertmas- Heads, Arcade Fire and thehhite Stripes), the cert be without a.march, such

a distinguished soloist and -
chamber musician, holds .'
th st T iehair ofusic -
at Mercer University. Rex is
the ASO's principal cellist Nick Vln D 0 3
Chamber Music Festival t :I
runs through June 2, featur- Wine tickets are now on sale for bottle or a case to prolong the pleas-
ing more than 50 acclaimed the second annual Amelia Island Wine ure long after you return home. This
artists performing 12 con- Festival hosted by the Amelia Farmers year, visitors who purchase a Wine
certs. The festival will also Market. This year's "Taste the' Ticket wil1 a ls .abe to savor food
present a series of free com- Southern Hemisphere" will showcase tastings from several local popular
munity concerts. award-winning wines from the pre- restaurants in the Restaurant Court
As part of its continuing mier growing regions of Argentina, The Wine Walk is open to every-
education outreach, the fes- Chile,Australia, NewiZealand and one to shop for artisan-crafted treas-
tival will host the Beth South Africa on Oct. 12 from 11a.m. to ures from table art wares to functional
Newdome Resident Festival 5 p.m. pottery andart pieces, hand-painted
Artists, composed of gradu- At the festival's new location stemware, glass art, one-of-a-kind bot-
ates from the nation's fore- among the moss-draped oaks and tle toppers and wine b.ags, wooden
most conservatories. reflective lagoon at the Shops of the pepper mills and bar accessories and
View the complete Omni Amelia lIsland Plantation, visi-, more.
schedule at tors willae able to stroll along the Guests must be 21 years of age to
Student tickets are $10 Wine Walk and sample dozens of purchase or consume alcohol bever-
(cash only) 30 minutes wines from over 20 wineries, learn ages, I.D. required, and wine and food
before any concert, subject about the wines and wineries from sampling are available only with a'
to availability. Must present SUBMIrrTED wine industry representatives and do wine ticket purchase. Visitors can also
a valid ID and proof of age Wine tickets are now on sale for the Amelia Island Wine Festival, host- it allwithout a passport or jetlag. wander down the Wine Walk to the
under 25. One ticket per.,stu- ed by the Amelia Farmers Market Oct. 12 and featuring award-winning All wiines will be stocked at the
dent wines from the premier growing regions of the Southern Hemisphere. Wine Tent Where you can purchase a WINE Continued on 2B

THIRD FRIDAY wine or beer. culinary selections of appetizers, entrees and
The Amelia Island Museum 9f'History invites Humane E 'TSTO AT"r $40 the day of. Tickets are available at the Purple
you to attend its next 3rd on 3rd Street presenta- Society will -Pairingsor Dove Resale Center. next to Dick's Wings
Lion at 6 p.m. tonight, when Dr. Gylbert Coker will hold a silent Restaurant in Yulee. or contact Kelly Monti at pro-
discuss Dona Honoria and live auction with many items focused on or 491-6364,
Cummings Clarke and her fas- lifestyle and adventure experiences. Live auction- ext. 102. Visit
cinating family. Dona Honoria eer will be actor, singer-songwriter and producer
was one of the wealthiest Nick Loren. Dan Voll and Michele will provide WILD AMELIA FESTIVAL
women in late 18th century live music. The Wild Amelia Nature Festival, today
Saint Augustine, and the Tickets are $50 and limited to 200. Purchase through May 19. will offer a huge Nature Expo
matron of the Clarke Family. online at or the Saturday from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Her son George Clarke plot- NHS offices. 671 Airport Road: the Second at the Atlantic Avenue
ted Old Town Fernandina for Chance store. 1002 South 14th St.: or Island Time Recreation Center, free and
the Spanish crown, and became one of the citys Premium Frozen Yogurt, 306 Centre St. Visit open to the public. Thirty
most prominent citizens during the Second or call 491-1511. nature organizations. crafts-
Spanish Period. people and green business-
This program is free for museum members 'A SAVORY TIATE es will be inside and children's activities will be
with a suggested donation of $5 for non-mem- Join Micah's Place for its sec- ongoing- along with music by folk artistAl
bers. Contact Gray at 261-7378. ext. 102, or ond annualVA'SavoryTaste" to Poindexter on the grounds outside. Theschil- help raise funds for its pro- dren's Passport and Junior Naturalist Programs
T&AT grams and services. May 18 will also be available to tackle at the festival or
from 4:30-7"30 p.m. at the take home. Also inside the auditorium enjoy a
Taste & Toast Pairings for Paws will be held Woman's Club, 201 Jean LaFitte silent auction with something for everyone.
May 18 from 7-9 p.m. in the courtyard at the Ave., behind the Atlantic For information about ecotours and nature
Florida House Inn at 22 S. Third St.. to raise funds Avenue Recreation Center. photography classes, ongoing throughout the
for a new Nassau Humane Society shelter. Enjoy tastings of great food, fine wine and beer weekend, visit and the
Chefs from more than a dozen restaurants will and listen to soothing music by renowned sax Facebook page. The American horseshoe crab,
prepare an item off their m nu and pair it with a player. Gabriel Arnold. Guest chefs will prepare above, is this year's festival mascot.

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SIn the info*band will take the Florida Theatre stage Arnold plays Sundays during brunch
SPECIAL EVENTS on June5 at 8 p.m. Tickets $50.50, frm1 -a.m.72 p.m.; Texas H6od'em
Nassau NAMI (National The American Beach Property $45.50, $40.50 and available at the poker in the game roore at 6 p.mgnegis-
The St. Augustine -Alliance on Mental Illness) O ti rsentsthe May Forida Theatre box offlce,(904) 355R trationbegis5:30 p.m.; the Davis
Lighthouse & Museum, 81 will hold a walk and gather- 2787J Tketr master cof aed all Turer Band Thursday from 8:30 p.m,-
Lighthouse Ave., St. Ing May 19 from 1-5 p.m. at College n a concert, Ambush & Juicy Ticketmaster outlet mdnight and Friday and Saturdayfrom
Augustine, hosts the next the gazebo In Central Park Love, on May 18 from,47, pm3 at 2 p .m,- 2:30 a.m. al 261r-1000.
Sea Your History Weekend on Atlantc Avenue. Snackst hstorc Amercan isit wwokanescdm.
today and May 18, featuring beverages and T-shirts will be Seach. Refreshments willbe availble The CoSurtyard Pub & Eats, 316
John llbbehusenowner of. provided free while supplies from the com nity's on Ms, Dee's CentreSt., features Dan Vollin the'
the Old Florida Boat last. Thewalk begins at 1:30 Catering. Bringyour lawn chairs and courtyad Sndayevenins, eather The Palace Saloon, 117 Centre St.,
Company, ho is building a p.m., from Central Park down come out hungry and ready to have ermittingJohn Springer in the piano Scockeed Sunday; Ace Winn
boat for Andy Garcia's next Atlantic to Main Beach andobble wobble"bar everyThursday Fdayad Modayuck Smith Project Tuesday
movie, "Old Man and the back. Participation is free. Donations accepted forfutre jazz con- Saturday at 6:30 pm.;ive entertain- DJ in Uncle Charie's Fridays and
Sea." He will highlight tradi- There will be five raffle pack- ctes m ent nightly. Call 4 32-7086 Join them Saturdays. Call Bill Childers ait 491
tional wooden boatbuilding on ages. Tickets are $1. Winners The event s sponsored by the on Facebook at co tyardpuban dets. 3332 ormail
Saturday morning. Other will be announced at 5 p.m. American Beach Property Owners' bill epalacesa
guests are Van Samuels from Raffle proceeds will help pro- .Association, Inc. ss taur
the Seminole Tribe of vide psychiatric medications, Grammy-nominated Aaron Bing per- S..ty.
Florida's Ah-Tah-Thi-KI emergency dental services St Night forms ive on ao saxophon at David's The Saty Pelican ar & Grll 12 N.
Museum, and Doug Herman, and toiletries to individuals May 18 chael Hultt will offer a Restaurantanounge,80Ash St., FrontSt, trivia Wednesdays starting at
senior geographer at the with chronic mental illnesses. m of classic and modern ja R& Wednesday through Saturdays from 6- 7 rib nighthursdays;and
Smithsonian's National NAMI aims to reduce stig- soul and rock/popnes Experience 1p.m.Ca3106049 live music Fridays and aturdays. Call
Museum of the American -ma so individuals with a diag- tocal performing artists "under the stars" 277-3811, or visit The Salty Pelican Bar
Indian in Washington, D.C. nosis feel more comfortable thly during the summer at the Dog Star Tave and Grill on Facebook.
Visit www.staugustinelight- seeking services and to foster atefrontpark in downtwn St Marys DogStarTaern10, Second St a sense of community integra- Ga. O r a varety of erformanes Stereofdlics, 30 pm tonight, $5, with i
history or email www.stau tion. Contacties is designed to showcase all door proceeds going to Attc Sandy Bottoms at Main Beach, 2910 NassauNAMIFlorida@ gmail.c local and regional stars in a superior Comun Plaground; and Little Mike Atlantic Ave., tria Mondays; The
.. om or 277-1886. outdoor venue provdng a nostaic and the Trnads, 9:30 p. My 18. Macy ednesdays and line dancing
The American Legion feeling of family and community Starry EveryTuesday is WorIn Class Thursdays. Visit www.sandybottom
Riders, Chapter 4, will host The Sons of Confederatet here music is played strictly from,
their monthly k Night" Veterans wll meet May 20 Pack a pnic and bring a blanket or vinyland 000's of vinylreors a
at American Le n Post 54, at 7 p.mat the Pig chair. Call (912) 882-4000and purcase Visit b
626 S. Third St., from 5-7 Barbeque Restaurant In Dog StaA on Facebookind Seabreeze Sports Bar, in the Days
p.m. (or until gone) on May Callahan. Included with the a x Z Fm Re verbnation com. Call 277-8010 Inn on Sadler Road, live music.
18. The public is welcome and meeting will be an interesting he 2013 Jacksonville Jazz Fesiva .
be sure to bring your appetite. and educational military lec- ay onthree stages in downt elorila House Inn Shefselds
Dinner includes a steak ture. The public is invitedto Jacksonville Performers include Open Mike Night" is each Thursday Sheffild's atThe Palace 117 Centre
cooked to order, baked pota- attend. f0 g wfm 0o 13 p.m in the Mermaid St,, Speak Easy Saturdays. Like their
to, con don the cob salad and t r w r p ts
to, o on the cob, salad ad a d Norman Brown, Euge Bar hosted by local musician Terry Facebooik Page or ask yoPr favorite
a roll for an $11 donation. To- Jim Wensler, author of AlbrightGregoy Smith Musicians perform a couple of bartender to text you the code wor of
go dinner*are available. All. h Do You o. Pat Pocal sl Sanchez and the songs and the audience gets to liear the week to gain free entry every
proceeds go to programs andHWe..., along with Bill For details visit the festi- new talent. Appropriate for the whole Saturday ight. The code word changes
'sponsored bythe American Reynolds of the famous..k page family. No cover charge Call Smith at weekly.DJ 007 will spin late night dance
Legion Riders, Chapter 54. Jetty Man series set In (904)412-7665 3:30 p.m. Call Bill
SMayport, will lead the com/JaxJazzFest) Childers at 491-3332 or email
Cars, Coffee and Florida WrIters .monthly- 'a ept m (te Tutle bill thepalacesa,
Conversation will meet on meeting on May 21 from TereenTurtIe, 14 S Third St,
May 18 from 9 a.m.-.noon at 6:15-7:30 p.m. at Books Plus, live music. Call 321-2324. Slider Seaside3 Giii
Starbucks on Sadler Road. 107 Centre St., Femandina pFolk F estival i Stlders Seaside Grill, 1998 S.
Come on out for great cars Beach. The Florida Young May 24-26, on Hammerhead Beach Bar Fletcher Ave., live music in the iki bar
and cobnversation. Writers will meet from 4:30- nee River at Hammerhead Beach Bar, 2045 S. from 6-10 p.m. nightly and 1-5 pm
There are always interest- 5:30 p.m. that day, samee loca- oe a Centef r State FletcherAve. Live music Visit Saturdays and undays, reggae
ing cars and even more inter- tion. For rnformation call 321. i Advance tickets Hammerhead on Facebok Contact Bll Wednesdays with Pil Pill; The Macy's in
esting people. 6180. a 0 kend Childers at bill hepalacesaloon.c the lounge Friday and Saturdays 6-10
S $30 and$60, espectively, p.m., triviaMondays and Thusdays at
Cats Angels will hold a The Amelia Island 2 3th a fWeekernd ickets for ages Is tV 7:30 p.m. with DJ Dave, and shag danc
Garage Sale on May 18 from Genealogical Socety will six free. The nstant Groove, featuring ing Sundays f 7pm. music night-
9 a.m. til 2p.m. at 709 S. meet at 7 pm. May 21 at therovided by Elevate Lawrence Holmes, Johnny Robinson, ly from 9 p.m.-1 am in the Breakers
Eighth St. This is their lst Fernandina Beach Polce a n be purchased Scott Gddons and Sam Hamilton, plays Lounge. Call 277-6652 Visit wwwsid-
garage sale before fall andr Department Community loida Folk Festival web- eachThursday night at The Ritz- ersseasidecom Join Sliders on
they are bargaining to move Room,1525 LInist. Kay Carlton, Amelia Island. Dress is casual Facebook and Twitter,
merchandise to make room Ellen Gilmour, MD, will pres- ok page, For information call Holmes at 556-
for more. Choose from house- ent "Search, Save & Share in ebookcom/FlodaFolkFestal. 772.
hold items and decorations, the 21st Century." Where will For information al 77-635-355 or The Su f Restaurant and Bar, 3199
fumiture, books and more. your meticulously researched visithe website.' o anAv live enterm t
When you come to shbp, and carefully stored hard copy O'Ka ine's Irish Pub and Eatery, 318 1-5 p.m weekends and 5-9 pm. every
don't forget your aluminum or digital genealogical records Centre St, free tvia each Monday at day on the deck; Trivia Tuesdaysat 6
can for thm Y 6 blydo Wt : ,.t be In Aftemore than twla 0 pie tastn 'hetdhird fm.rl;-DJ Rodaa:iexas A'6 rr
Angels, Inc.:SPCAl0sa 'i dantsibab~etcview~ o -'It ,,m n
501 (c)3 non-profit organiza- search these fruits of many sonstht have become ingrained in $10 along with cheese and crackers their Facebook page.
tion. They receive no govern, years of labor? Learn what the p is 'siousness and countless and live entertainnt dart tournament Submtsandupdt
ment monies and rely solely technology Is available today crts for milions of fans, the Goo everyTuesdayat7:30 pm.; Dan Voll Assfa otdoSlin Pelyet
on donations, grants and to.make data safe and recov- Goo Dollsconie to tour in 2013 The Tusdays from 7:30-1130 pm.; Gabriel
fundraising to support their erable across the globe and
Swork. what will be available in the
For more Information on near future. free admission, entertain- opens at 7 p.m.). Advance patrons are advised that the wise historic pubs and
Cats Angels, visit Gilmour enjoyed a long ment and parking. Visit tickets are$10, or $12 at the .play includes adult language, bars. One ticket will get you a career in internal medicine door.iContact Solid Rock visit drinkat eachestablishment
... andcardiology in Highlights include a zip-line Church of God by Faith ... andan earful O6 colorful tales.
On May 18 at Theatre by Jacksonville. Now retired, she and giant Gondola Ferris 86138 Palm Tree Drive, Amelia Community Tickets are $25 perperson
the Trax, 1000 Osborne has dug into the genealogical Wheel at the riverfront and Yulee at2255388 or ema i Theatre piresents Father of (must be 21 must show ID);
Road, St. Marys, Ga., the "meat and bones" of her own $10 helicopter rides fror the the Bride" June 13-15, 20-22 tour begins at thetrain depot
Coastal Georgia Film family, to understand and doc- city dock. The Memorial Day for more inforriation. and 27-29 at 8 p.m. and in downtown Femandina
Alliance, St. Marys Little ument the reasons for doing parade will start at 10 4.m.., June 23 at 2 p.m. Beach. Reservationls required.
Theatre and Theatre by the things they did in their lives, down St. Johns Avenue, fol- : THEATER .A popular movie, this is the Contact Thea at 261-7378,
Trax will host 'The Mother She wants tobe sure the, lowed by a ceremony at thd funny and familiar comedy of ext.105 or Thea@ameliamu-
of All Yard Sales." results of these efforts are not ampoitheater. Entry forms are John Logan's "Red" a father at his wit's end as his
For information call (912) lost to future generations, on the website or call (386) ,wintier of the 2010 Tony 'daughiter's wedding grows .
729-1103. St. Marys Little Public welcome. 32894021. The 24th Annual Award Best Play, is at largerand'more expensive by Guests on this tour will
Theatre and Coastal Georgia Blue Crab Festival Seafood Fernandina Little Theatre, the day. learn Amelia Island ghost
Film Alliance are 501c3 non- The 25th annual Blue cook-off contest will be held 1014 Beech St. Starring Gill Tickets are $20 for adults stories as they tiptoe walk
profits. Crab Festival is May 24-27 Sunday at .10 a.m. in the Johnston and Hays Jacobs and $10 for students and may in the footsteps of a bygone
in downtown Palatka with entertainmeht tent. Entry and direced byAmelia Hart, be purchasedonline at era as the past comes alive
forms are at "Red" is'a portrait of painter www.arneliacommunitythe- through the storytelling of
Scrbfestivalcom Mark Riothko and his assistant or by calling 261- your guide. This tour begins
Srand has beendescribed as 6749. Amelia Community at.6 p.m. every Friday. Meet in
o Wesley McIntyre pres- "intenlse and exciting ... a Theatre is located at 207 the cemetery behind St.
you could save 28% ents 'Inside Out,".anrartis- study in artist appreciation ... Cedar St., Femandina Beach. Peter's EpiscopalChurch,
Call-866-939-9071to see how much tic offering on May 31 and (that) captures~the d hamic '801 Atlantic Aye. Tickets may
June 1 at the Boleros relationship between an artist MUSEUM be purchased at the Amelia
you could save on cor insuronce. Cultural Arts Genter, 10131 "and his oreations Island Museum of History for
.tonoe on, o eo -s. Atlanta Blvd., Jacksonvilile Performances are tonight Join ihe Amelia Island $10/adults and $5/students.
-,..- esu once and on June 8 at The Peck and May 18 at 7:30 p.m. Museum of History Cbntact Thea at 261-7378,
-ernAIdstateeceomny Center, 516 South 10th St., Tickets are $15 and available Thursdays at 5:30 p.m. to ext. 105 or Thea@ameliamu-
Fernandina Beach. All at The UPS Store at the tour four of the town's most for more informa-
1 -... 2 events are at 7:30 p.m. (doors island Publix shopping center: popular, notorious or other- tion.

5 .... 3; CONCERT & Center; Amelia Island education for Nassau County symphony to experience a full
-Convention and Visitors school children, through the live orchestra.
8 4 3 2 1 Continued from lB Bureau; The Golf Club of Instrument.Zoo, by bringing Membership forms for
as the Stars and Stripes Amelia Island; and the ensembles fr'om the joining ARIAS will be avail-
Forever? Fernandina Beach Golf Jacksonville SymphOny to the able at the concert.
7,4 Tickets are $20 and avail- Club. schools in the county, and by For information contact at The Book Loft; Front ARIAS provides music busing school children to-the ARIAS at 261-0105.

9 7 -5 2 C keyboard, while tiny female own tours, designing album They are currently touring in
7", IWJL Ccontinued from lB vocalist Melissa McGinley is covers,,screen printing tour support oftheir new album,
StereoFidelics avoid perform- also the drummer; he sings T-shirts, and even making Dynamite Fist.
36ing with loops, computers and too, and she plays violin. They some of their onstage cloth- All of the door proceeds
-digital effects in favor of the perform with a natural pas- ing, the StereoFidelics are a will be donated to Attic
2 6 8 more organic approach of sion and synchronicity that do-all ,whirlwind of creative Community Playground.,
using Moog Taurus pedals, not only dispelsmany associa- energy. Relentless touring of Tickets are.S5. For more
scat vocal solos and multi- tion with the herky-jerky one- the U.S. and calling their van information contact Dog Star
4 7 instrumentalism. man-band cliche, but post-per- home for much of the time Tavern; 10 N. Second St., at
I You see, fast-fingered gui- formance, leaves their audi- (performing around 200 277-8010. For information
--St-ta,-oi-t-.- tar player Chris Padgett ence sympathetically exhaust- shows per year) has gained about Attic Community Play-
keeps the bass lines pounding ed and dripping with sweat. the StereoFidelics a dedicated ground, visit www.atticcom-
Fillin the squares so 9 4 8 7 2 5 6 3 1 through a one-octave floor Known for booking their following around the country.'
thateachrow.column 5 7 6 3 8 1 2 4 9
contain thenumbers 1 4 6 5 and specialty foods. herbs and garden flowers: Southern Hemisphere, to
cotainuthe n.Slum s 3 1 76 4 9 8' 2 5 WINE Continued from lB Discover gourmet baked The 10-year-old not-for-profit enjby the delectable delights
1through 9.SolutIon award-winning Amelia goods, from crusty breads to Amelia Farmers Market will from its chefs, to be inspired
will appear In the 8 6 2 5 3 7 9. 1 4 Farmers Market and mingle delectable desserts, and pre- be open its normal hours Oct. by an artisan and to have fun
Wednesday 4. 5 9 8 1 2 3 7 6 with local farmers and entre-, pared foods such as cheeses, 12 from 9 a.m,-1 p.m. Visit at the Amelia Island Wine
W- preneurs as they roam honey, sauces, soups and jel- www.ameliafarmersmarket Festival.
B-section. 2 8 5 1 6 3 4 9 7 through a dizzying selection lies. The market is also the com. Details and ticketinforma-
7 9 4 2 5 8 1 6 3 of farm-direct fruits and veg- perfect location to find spe- The market invites you to tion are available at
Wednesday, May 15 etables harvested just before cialty tropical and landscap- embark on the path of discov,, or by
Solution 6 3 1 9 7 4 5 8 2 market day, including organic ing plants including orchids, ering the Wines of the calling 491-4872.

FRIDAY, MAY 17,2013/News-Leader 3B


Moving chairs, shakings and knowing whos in charge
At first, she tried to ignore it. As when the culprit she needed to learn a lesson about which cannot be moved, let clinging to the wrong stuff, it's only
it continued, the annoyance got the became clear. who's behind many of life's shak- us have grace, whereby we may a matter of time before the shakings
best of her. "Quit it," she said, turn- There, while in the ings. Interestingly, the people we serve God acceptably with rever- come and things start falling.
ing around and glaring at him. 'Quit process of spinning blame, often those closest to us, ence and godly fear." (Hebrews Unfortunately, if I'm leaning on -that
what?" John said, amused by the around to tell John many times aren't responsible at all. 12:26-28) stuff too hard, when it collapses, so
fact that such a pretty girl was talk- to quit, she real- Here's what I've learned. To me, a couple of things are do I at least until I get my heart
ing to him. "Moving my chair," she ized what was Though in some form or another clear. The shakable stuff is the tem- back to the things that really matter.
said. She, by the way, is my wife, but going on. They people are usually involved, the .- poral stuff. The unshakeable stuff is In the end, Jesus words make it
at the time was only 14 years old were in the middle shakings of life are often traceable that which is eternal. In general, as clear. '
and living in Bogota,. Columbia. of a severe earth- to God Himself. Why, you might people, we tend to build our lives on "Whosoever comes to me, and
Both she and John were a part of an quake and now the ask? So the unshakable stuff will temporal things. If the roof doesn't hears my sayings, and does them, I
English speaking American school entire building was remain. The writer of the book of leak, the bills are paid, the cars are will show you to whom he is like:
not far from Where their parents NOTES shaking. Hebrews lays it out like this: running, then life is good; at least He is like a man which built an'
were working. ...- Thankfully, no one "Whose voice then shook the that's what we think. The problem house, and dug deep, and laid the
John's denial of tampering with was hurt. Even earth: but now He has promised, is, ultimately, all that stuff is des- foundation on a rock: and when the
my future wife's chair was far from Pastor John, after being saying, yet once more I shake not tined to fail. That's why I believe, flood arose, the stream beat vehe-
convincing; especially because he Rob Goyette falsely accused the earth only but also heaven. And from time to time, God cho6ses to mently upon that house, and could
was the only one within range to more than once, this word, yet once more, signifies shake things up. Not because He's not shake it- for it was founded upon
touch it, at least that's what she managed to escape unscathed. the removing of those things that mad or mean but because He has a rock." (Luke 6:47-48).
thought: As she turned around and Now, I'm not sure about you, but are shaken, as of things that are something better to give us some- Robert L. Goyette is pastor of
tried once more to focus on her I find my wife's story amusing. Not made, that those things which can- thing eternal and that will never Living Waters World Outreach
work, it happened again only this only was she wrong in her judgment not be shaken may remain, pass away. Center
time with much more force. That's of who was moving her.chair, but Wherefore we receiving a kingdom In my experience, when I start


143 rdanniv ry the church at Fifth and Broome at the Dome Healing Center, 5024 JtlSt SprWn lBaptst
streets. All are Welcome. First Coast Hwy. Services are held
The New Zion Missionary Baptist every second and fourth Sunday of Legacy Baptist Church will host. Springhill Baptist Church
Church at 10 South 10th St. will cele- English classes the month at7:30 p.m Everyone, of a one-day VBS on June 1 from 9 SonWest Roundup VBS will be
brate its 143rd church anniversary at First Assembly of God,302 South -any faith ard denomination, is wel a.m.- 2:30 p.m. for ages 4-12. The Monday through Friday, June 10-
7 p.m. tonight and at 4 p.m. May 19. 14thSt., Fernandina Beach, will host come. Please call Marsha at 415.0822 theme is "Bible Boot Camp," a fun: 14, from 6-8 p.m., for kids entering
All are invited to come and share in free English classes for Spanish for more information, filled camping adventure including first through sixth grade in the fall.
the enjoyment of the services, speaking people on Tuesdays at 6:30 Raging River, Sleepy Mountain and' Saddle up your horses and get on
a iay p.m. starting May 21. For informa- Youth night .. Hidden Cave. There will ble crafts, over to SonWest Roundup.
DUald 1 tion contact Anna Sahlman at 403- First Assembly of God, 302 South recreation, music, a Bible story, Out in the wide-open spaces,
Friendship Baptist Church, 85834 1982 or call 261-6448. 14th St, Fernandina Beach, invites lunch and.refreshments and lots of kids will discover a colorful town
Miner Road, Yulee, will hold a Dual you to bring your teens ages 13-20 to fun. A pre-registration hot dog sup- where all the excitement of the
Day on Sunday, May 19. The Fweediner Shift Youth Ministries on Saturdays 'er .will be heldMay 31 at 6 p.m Wild West awaits. There'll be
women's program begins at 11:15 Springhill Baptist Church will at 6:30 p.m. Youth Pastor Andrew The church is located at its tem- snacks, games, music, crafts and-
a.m. with guest speaker Cathy Jones; serve meals for individuals'and fami- Harper is an anointed young man porary home in the Nassauville amazing true stories that point you
The men's program begins at 3:30. lies in need in the area on Thursday, with a passion for the souls of the Volunteer Fire Department, 941328 and your kids to Jesus.
p.m. with speaker Bishop Kyle Low. May 23"from 5-6:30 p.m. at the teens in the community. Call-261- Old Nassauville Road. Call Pastor Register at www.springhillbap-
Call Bernice Walker at 225-5627. church, 941017 Old Nassauville 6448 for more information. W Jeff Whitaker at 753-0731 ' or by calling the church
Pentecost Health ai r Road. Meals are served on the office at 261-4g741. Parents must
PentecostHealth Fair fourth Thursday of each month. The iSCUSSiOn tOUpS Neal bring their children into the Family
The Health Ministry Team of St. church also delivers meals to those Memorial United Methodist .I O'.Neal Memorial Baptist Life Center each evening for check-
Peter's 'Episcopal Church will pres- who cannot come. For information Church invites you to join them for Church, 474257 SR 200 East in in. Children are encouraged to.
ent a Health Fair on Pentecost call 261-4741. open discussions of Biblical views on O'Neil, will convene a youth,arts wear cowboy/cowgirl clothing, but
Sunday, May 19, from 9 a.m. to noon current events. Three'Faithlink camp from 8 am. to noon, June 10 no play guns or weapons of any
in Burns'Hall at St. Peter's Church, Shabbatservice Encounter groups meet weekly and through July 19. The camp is open kindare allowed. This isa friendly
801 Atlantic Ave. A Bloodmobile van The Jewish Community of Amelia all are welcome. Sunday morning's to all children ages 5 through 12. town. The church is located at
will be in the parking lot that day for Island/Nassau will hold a Shabltat group meets at 11 a.m. in MH402 Two free meals, breakfast and 941017 Old Nassauville Road.
blood donations.- service on May 24 at a private home. (Maxwell Hall). Two groups meet on- lunch, are provided for all youth N e
Tables at the fair will include: Plan to arrive at 7 p.m. to.socialize; Wednesdays at 6 p.m. one group is through age 18. Call 261-4186 for New lfeBaptis
Blood pressure screening and infor- services will begin at 7:30 p.m. located at O'Kanes Irish Pub on information... New Life Baptist Church,
mation about high blood pressure; Please bring a dessert to share for Centre Street and the other groip t 464069 SR 200, Yulee, is register-
diabetes screening and information the Oneg following services. If you meets at the Partin Center (white fy. ing for Vacation Bible School, The
about prevention and management of are able to join the service on May house located on the MUMC proper- First Presbyterian Church will '"theme is "Investigation
diabetes; the YMCA Diabetes 24 or able to help out in any months ty). For more information, contact offer Vacation'Bible School in the Destination," with classes for ages
Prevention Program; healthy foods to come, contact.Debbie Price at 310- Pastor Hollieat hollie@mumcon- Anchor at 515 Centre S, June 10-, 2-3 years, K4-K5, first-third grades
and healthy eating; walking pro- 6060 or 1 4. Kingd6m Rock is for kids going 'and fourth-sixth grades. VBS will
grams, indcludiog the-Walk-to ., .- nto kindergantenhough-fith i *,d be held July8-,12 fro, 6.8 p.m..:,
Bethlehem Program; yoga informa- TaiZe worship Evening eS.i;, -grade in the falkand wilkrcm fr sb Contact th6 Pf ireofficeat 261-
tion; hospice services; and hurricane Memorial United Methodist Miracle Faith Church of God, a.m. to noon each day. Register at: 4818 to register. If there is no
preparedness. For information call Church hosts a community Taiz6 87688 Roses Bluff Road in Yulee, answer, please leave a message and
Patty Lanier at 261-4293 worship service at Trinity United offers evening services at 6 p.m. the fpc. For information call 261-3837. someone will get back with you.
Methodist Church, 715 Ash St., the, first and third Sunday of each month. -
a t c first Sunday of each month at 6 p.m. Other service times are Sunday
A Pentecost Taiz6 Prayer Service Taiz6 features soft music, quiet wor- Schoolat 10 a.m., morning worship Sunday are Sunday School at 9:30 Episcopal. The Taiz6 community is
will be held on Monday, May 20 at 7 ship and a communion table where at 11i15 and Tuesday Bible study at a.m. (coffee and donuts served at 9 ecumenical. In order to help interest-
p.m.-at St. Michael Catholic Church, all are welcome. The next service is 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to a.m.) with morning worship at 10:30 ed people keep track of when and
The Taize ensemble invites you to June 2. come and worship. Bishop WJ. a.m, Midweek service is Tuesday at where services are'being held, there
a 30-minute musical service that Franklin, pastor.' 6:30 p.m.; with a light meal served at is now awebsite at
includes simple chants sung repeat- SupplieS leeeu 5i30 p.m. All are invited for good Please visit this site for a complete
edly; a time of blessed silent reflec- The Fernandina Beach Interfaith NeWchuth preaching, singing and wonderful' schedule of Taize services, and infor-
tion and prayers of praise and inter- Dinner Network is in need of dona- Legacy Baptist Church with Christian fellowship. For information mation about this community. If you
cessions. Taiz6 prayer was started in tions of paper goods and cleaning Pastor Jeff Whitaker invites you to, call (904) 753-0731 click on "Follow Amelia Island Taiz6
Woirld War ILby the Monastic corn- supplies. Items may be dropped off come be a part of a new and growing srvc via email" and give your email
munity from Taiz6, France and con- .at St Peter's Episcopal Church church in .the Nassauville communi- T S CeS address; you will be notified of any
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America's Youth Get Physical, Fairy Princess & public. Call Salis at (904) 879-3606, for registered gymnast or $95 non- Troop 89
Superhero Training Camp, ext. 3223 for details. registered. Ages 4 and up. The
America's Youth, Inc., 907 South Heading for the Wild, Wild West, B Fantastic All-Star Cheerleading pro- Boy Scout Troop 89 meets each
11th St., will host "Camp America" little Space Travelers, Natural BOyS& Girs Cubs gram is for mini-team ages 5-11 and Monday, 6:30-8:00 p.m., at the Adam
from 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m. May 28-Aug. Wonders'Week and Under the Sea. Boys & Girls Clubs in Nassau junior/senior team ages 12-18. Kelley Scout Hut, South 13th Street
7. Breakfast, lunch and dinner Times are 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (call about County will offer Summer Camp Location is 96070 Chester Road Troop 89, sponsored by Fernandina
served. Registration is $150. A par- extended care until 3 p.m.). Part- programs June 10-July 26 for ages (behind Publix in Yulee). Call 225- Beach Rotary Club continuously for 75
ent meeting will be held May 23 at time (3 days/week) is $65 and full- 6-18, with an emphasis on participa- 0022 or email Fantasticgym@msn. years, has a strong record for helping
4 p.m. or 6 p.m. at America's Youth, time is $95 (5 days/week). Call 261- tion, fun and exposure to a range of com or visit mold boys through team work in
where registration forms also are 1161 or go to activities and field trips. In addition, camping, canoeing, hiking, backpack-
available. Call 624-5383 or email the "Read Across" program sends a KindemCTStulos ing, bicycling and through individual UImp plore clear message that reading is Kinderstudios is offering endeavors in communications, person-
Fernandina Beach Christian important and fun. The staff to art/theater/music camps from'9 al fitness and other life-skill areas. For
tep by Step Academy at First Baptist Church member ratio is 1:20. Discounts a.m.-3 p.m. Julyl-5, Willy Wonka; more information, contact Scoutmaster
Step by Step Learning Centers I on South Eighth Street offers sum- available for multiple children. July 8-12, Matilda; July 13-19, Dan Matricia at 2.77-9611 or come to
and 11 offer camp programs for all mer camps. Hours are 9 a.m. to Camp concludes with a closing cel- Tangled; and July 22-26, Mama the Scout Hut during meeting times.
ages including tutoring, reading noon unless otherwise noted. ebration. Contact the Miller Boys Mia. Each week concludes with a Head Start
programs, flag football, soccer Minimum 20 campers. Fee per & Girls Club in Nassauville at 261- performance Friday at 2:30 p.m.
shots, music and dance, arts and camp is $100 and includes T-shirt. 1D75. For the .Roberts Learning & Camps are split into three classes Peck Head Start of Fernandina
crafts, science experiments, exer- Lunch provided. Visit Achievement Center in by age, limit 15 per class. Fee is Beach/Yulee is now enrolling children
cise class and board games. Field Fernandina, call 491-9102. $150 per week/$500 for all four ages 3-5 for the 2013-14 school year.
trips include fun, movies and edu- or contact Shannon Hogue at shan- weeks, with 20 percent discount for For more information contact Brenda
cational destinations. Breakfast, Dance camp siblings. Must bring lunch and Haffher at 491-3631 or 491-3630.
lunch and snack included. Camps Pirates arid Princess Camp, ages St. Marys Little Theatre, Lisa extra water. Payment due by May IUd T ok a1e
begin May 28. Hours are 9 a.m.-6 .4-5, is June 3-7. Jr. Camp Explore is Allen Dance Works and The Friese 31. Visit the studio at 1897 Island a
p.m. Children may be dropped off June 10-14 tor Studio of Music will offer Summer Walk Way #4 to pick up registration The Nassau County Home
earlier. upcoming second grade. Sr. Camp Musical Theatre Camp June 10-14 forms. Call 415-0954. Educators will sponsor a Used Book
Both schools also are enrolling Explore, June 24-28, is for upcom- and June 17-21 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. A4H and Curriculum Sale on from 8 a.m.-
VPK for the 2013-14 school year. ing third to upcoming fifth grade. for ages 5-16. Register through 4-H camps noon today at Springhill Baptist
Bring proof of age and residency. Jr. Fiesta Spanish Camp, June 24- May 20. 4-H camps offered by-the Church, 941017 Old Nassauville Road,
Call Center 1 at 277-8700 and 28, is for upcoming kindergarten to Tuition is $185 per person. UF/IFAS Nassau County Fernandina Beach.
Center 2 at 261-6030. upcoming'second grade. Sr Fiesta Non-refundable registration fee is Extension Service include an The sale is open to the public and
Spanish Camp, June 24-28, 12:30- $25. For information, call (912) overnight camp in Madison, July will feature lots of children's books,
ree House 3:30 p.m. is for upcoming third to 673-9161. 15-19 for ages 8-13 where learning educational materials and teaching
Tree House Academy, 2120 Will upcoming sixth grade.. opportunities are related to a topics aids. There will also be books for
Hardee Road, Fernandina, offers a Data BusterS like: nature, science, shooting adults, as well as videos, computer
summer enrichment program amp ,Data Busters Summer Youth sports, kayaking, health and more. software, CDs and games for all ages.
based on the state approved cur-' O'Neal Memorial Baptist Computer Camp is June 17-July 26 Day camps includes "It's Alive Whaleofal
riculum, Beyond Centers &. Circle Church', 442i7 SR 200 East in at FSCJ in Yulee, Students ages 14- Outside" and "Animal Camp" foir Wofae
Time and the book Amelia A to Z. O'Neil, will convene a youth arts. 16 have an opportunity to earn ages 5-10; a cooking and craft camp The Nassau County 4-H program
The summer will be spent explor- camp fr inm8 a4mn to noon, June 10- money and win a computer or lap- called "Spice it Up" for ages 9 and will host a "Whale of a Sale" from 8
ing Amelia Island. Children must July 19, .peni to all children ages 5 top. They work 10 hours/week at up; and a robotics camp using the a.m.-7 p.m. today and 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
:be five or older and graduates of through 12. Two free meals, break- $7.79/hour and take two computer Gear Tech 21 Robotics program for May 18 at the multi-use facility next to
VPK, kindergarten, first or second fast aid lunch, are provided for all classes (5 hours/week) and two job ages 11-15. the County Building at 543350 US 1 in
grade. Hours are 6 a.m.-6:30 p.m. youth thi-rough age 18. Call261- training days (5 hours each) and Dates and registration informa- Callahan. A spaghetti dinner fundrais-
Monday-Friday. Tuition is $130 per 4186 forinformation. attend a professional development tion are at or er will be held today from 5-7 p.m. to
week and includes breakfast, day on Friday. Transportation is call the UF/IFAS Extension office ,help support youth attending camp.
:lunch, snack and most field trips. iOraitCa, lp i l provided from the Northeast at (904) 879-1019. Visit the Extension office to purchase
:Reservation fee is $60 for one Callaihan Middle Schoolis look- Florida Community Action Agency tickets in advance.
child/$75 per family. The academy ing for studdots to be in the CMS at 1303 Jasmine St. to FSCJ in U TE progb Roundupn
:also is accepting VPK enrollment Rambler Chorus for the 2013-14 Yulee. Participants must meet low- Early Impressions, behind u
:for the 2013-14 school year. Call schoql year. Itis an afterschool income and academic require- Verizon in Yulee, offers weekly Cub Scout Pack 171 of the First
432-7078. Visit extra-curicular activity and meets ments. Deadline is May 31. summer programs; arts and karate Alliance Church of Hilliard, at 37207 Wednesdays from 3ti5-5 p.m: Contact Janeicee Johnson at camps; dance, cheer, jazz, and hip Mill St., will hold a Cub Scout
:t" p Music taacher Mar'y Ann Salis is. 261-0801, ext. 204. hop camps. A Princess Party is' Roundup May 20 from 6-7 p.m.
p a p 'also sponsoring a CMS Summer G scheduled, a Potluck in the4ark, a Members will attend Day Camp in
The Amelia Island Parent Co- Choral Camp to :help develop yinasIcs CamIlpS Karate Showcase, dance recital, June and enjoy events all summer
Operative Preschool, 5040 First 'singing and sight reading skills, Fantastic Gymnastic Summer two graduations and more. Visit long. By joining now, new Scouts can
Coast Hwy, is offering six one-. June 10-13 for chorus members. Camps are June 24-27 and July 23- for earn badges, awards and participate in
week summer camps, June 3-July The end otcamp'will feature a con- 26 from 9 a.m.-noon. Discount details, call 432-7146 or visit 464073, the events. Adults can join ini too. For
19 for ages 3-5. Themes are Lets cert on June.13 at 5:30 p.m. for the offered for both camps. Fee is $85 SR 200, Unit 14. details contact Honey and John
Matthews at 715-0312 or hmath-
Alhambra Theatre & Diqoing will
hold local auditions for the children's
choir of its summer show, "Joseph and
"e *nicol amcdat."
V V te 'a 3ldf ay b at.1
e hambra Theatre &
Dining; 12000 Beach Blvd. in
Jac ksonville. Visit www.alhambrajax.n
corn for details.
'V TeenCoutm
SNassau County Teen Court will be
held May 21 at the Nassau County
VJudicial Annex, 76347 Veterans Way in
Yulee. Sessions begin at 6 p.m.
Students ages 11-18 are invited to
Sparticipate. Those wishingto be on the
volunteer jury or act as attorneys,
court clerks and bailiffs can sign up
through their school guidance offices
or by attending court and signing up
then. To participate as an attorney, see
Coordinator Charles Griffin, who
.assigns the rotating positions.
V Volunteers need to arrive between 5:30
and 6 p.m.
For information call Griffin at 548-
The Nassau Alcohol, Crime and
Drug Abatement Coalition will hold its
.. Summer Safety Meeting at 4 p.m. May
21 at the Fernandina Beach.Police
Station Community Room, 1525 Lime
St. Topics'will include 4-H summer
VV .~ youth programs, the power of parents,
bike helmet and water safety, heart

hands-only CPR with the UF Extension
Services, Department of Health,
VV '..!i'. MADD and the Fernandina Beach Fire,
Department. The meeting is open to
&ll parents, youth and community
members. Refreshments will be
served. Call 277-3699 or visit www.nac-
JSYO auditions
Auditions for the Jacksonville
Symphony Youth Orchestra (JSYO)
will take place May 28-31 and June 1-2
at Florida State College at Jacksonville
South Campus, in Building M2 near
the west parking lot in the large
ensemble room on the first floor. Visit
tio'ns/ to view the guidelines, including.
.for each JSYO ensemble. To apply for
an audition visit www.jaxyouthorches- and click on the Auditions tab :
to get started. For iiffrmation call
(904) 354-5479, ext. 221.
Visit these loc Ipartners for official Country Rocks the Beach Tickets Curriculum Convention
Fe~rnrs ,ee"" Ft as V a se, w ,a, m F, Home Education Resources &
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FRIDAY, MAY 17,2013/News-Leader A ROUND SC5B


0Natre photo ahers

Wild Amelia volunteers partnered with the Miller and Roberts Boys and Girls Clubs
and nature photography shoots on Egans Creek Greenway, above and below. More
.than 20 boys and girls learned fundamentals of nature photography and then went
UBMITrED out "in the wild" to photogtaph- irds, turtles, rabbits, spring flowers And the
Greenway landscape. Wild Amelia volunteers who participated included Robyn
IS" elping Nemes, Scott Moore, Len Kreger, Janet Michea and Kathy Brooks.
Students at Emma Love Hardee Elementary are shown with the 44 pairs of shoes /
for homeless children in Nassa County. These donations will be placed in the
Clothes Closet at the Full Service School in Yulee. Angie McClellan, Homeless
Liaison for Nassau County Schools, reports that there are currently over 250 home-
less children in the county, mostly doubled up with other relatives. "These students
will be proud to have a name brand shoe like their peers," she said. "Thank you,
ELH, for sharing with these: students." Above, front row from left, are Karina
Jimenez, Aurora Gerard, laurel Pinckney and Noah Smith. Back row are Paige
Smiley, Lindy Lesoine and Angie'McClellan.
For information about the homeless program or to make donations, contact Angie
McClellan at 277-9021.,

Fun atrnarket
The McArthurFamily YMCA hosted a table"at the farmers- market in downtown
Fernandina. Beach recently to reach out't6 the. community and share what they do.
Activities included camp songs and games and tlie Atlantic Campus Pryme Ti/iers,
above, planted baby sweet peppers from their garden to give away that said, "Thanks i SUBMITTED
for helping tis grow." The teen group helpedl gie out informnation and lead the rsongsa
and games for a fun Saturday morning.
Pak's Karate has paitnered with Fernandina Beach Christian Abademy to instruct
-children with basic karate m0ioes and physical fitness egercises while instilling char-
acter education. FBCA is currently adcepting applicationis for the upcoming school
Cam. Explore year. To learn more or schedule a tour, visit ,
Sor call' 491-5664.
Due to high demand,
Camp Explore is back.N ..-
Fernandina Beach.
Christian Academy first ,"" N NDINAVITIO
hosted the hands,,on
science, camp last sum-
mern This year the t
school will offer two
located inside First UpWaCd
Fernandina Beach, also reach Thet Friendstof
is offering Pirates and FernandinasAviation
Princess Camp and tigrotp is pleased to
Fiesta gamp: award their first
Jr. and Sr. Spaces fill to Fernandidma Beach
qanckly. D.scountsaare pHgh School senior
available for multiple Douglas Keeling,
camps registration. For right, who plans to'
more information and study aviation tech-
FernandinaChrisianAca careef as an airline
demy.cThi or chtact hepilot. Presenting the
Shannon Hogue, camp check to Keeling is
coordinator, at TFOFA president
Shannon.hogueP a_ Jerryn Kawvcki.


SuperKids program is part of the academy's primary curriculum to build confidence in learning to read and write through exciting classroom andhome activities. The
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JOB FAIR M tONDAY, MAY 201 2013 ,9AM 4PM MAINTENANCE HELPER Ber 3 e Bay (Islesworth S. 14th).
u Clus ena h telper at $.3 hourly P/T HOUSEKEEPING INSPECTOR/ *

,;;*.;:'*i,:: '.'^.Oa intenane .^ amploIp 54 Sadler 'Helper at* $10.8 hourly
diploma or GED and experience in the Saturday & Sundays a must plus one GARAGE SALE Sat. 5/18, 9am-4prh
Sfield of agriculture or construction weekday. Computer skills req'd Apply at First Missionary Baptist Church, 20
rades, and a valid drivers license, in person at 5456 First Coast Highway, Soth 9th St. Sponsoredby the Nurse's
Applications. will be accepted thru May Amelia Island, FL or call 277-0905. Guild.
24, 2013 and can be. obtained in the
Human Resources Department located FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF
at 96135 Nassau Place, Suite 5, Yulee, FERNANDINA is looking for a 3-FAMILV GARAGE SALE at 95299
FL 32097. Phone (904)491-7332 or mature, loving and caring individual to Bamwell Rd. Sat. 5/18, 8am-12 noon.
fax (904)321-5797, or work In the Church Nursery. Applicants- Girl's clothes size 6-7, home decor, etc. must be willing to work- .Sundays, (F)
EOE/M/F/D/V Drug Free Workplace. Wednesdays,- holidays and other days
as needed. If interestred, please call
DRIVER $One cent raise after 6 & 12 (904) 261-3617 or come by the Church GARAGE SALE Fri., Sat., & Sun.,
months. $.03- enhanced quarterly tb pick up an application. 8am-? 1320-B Elm St. 1978 Class A
bonus. Daily r weekly pay, hometime .'eart motaut home, 1990 Dodge Dakota
options. CDL-A, 3 mos OTRexp. (800) 4X4, 1983 Fod dump truck ( yards),
445 w lerwclle ngtm. ANF, tools, & lots of-misc. (FM "
NEEDED Train to become a Medical Jessica 310i5588 for baby sitting, pet CAT ANGELS LAST YARD SALE til
Office Asst. No experience needed sitting, m huseeeping Goodyoufal Great prices. Lots of stuff. 709
EXCITING SEASON L AND Online training gets you job ready refere great rates. thSt 5. () .
CHIEF MAINTENANCE POSITION Small jobs welcomed .(904)583-,1465 NortG SALE Sat; r/n8, 9ams2pr .
Servers, barenders, culinary, AVAILABLE Must have facility

Steven Hair Maineenance,xInc. Apl iLANn S AP_ hedges,n eds, etc. Quality Work at
recreation, -and s- servis F 4ie posionsalso available. m te nanc4 eperence. 2nable Prices
Rd. GARAGE SALE Frl. 5/17 & Sat. 5/18,
SO ned & O tifa at P yi n g .8am-2pm. Furniture, household goods,
Omni Amelia island Plantatin's Rcquet Park : NASSAU COUNTY COUNCIL ON exercise equipment, & more., 8606,
"S a leSAGING Is looking for a Chief of, p Evergreen Place (Hickory Village).
6800First Coast Highway Amelia Island FFL E erations for our transportation depart-
i Greait P ces It. W Momet P e visit S iwww.coanassau.comty (904)277-5946 for 27 PARK VIEW PLACE Kitcheh
more information. Send cover letter & MEDICAL CAREERS begin here table, household items, ,ard stuff,
resume to mmassina( Train onine for Allied Health &.Medical power tools, doors, windows, sinks,
Management. Job placement assist- vanity, electronics, laptop,- desktop,
EOE/M/F/D/V Drug Free Workpl ce REAL ESTATE COMPANY now hiring aned. Comput & financial aid if Beanie Babies, McDonald toys, smal
flexible schedules. (904)261-9444 3179, ANF 5/17 & Sat. 5/18, 8am-? (F)

Call a News-Leader AD-Visor at 261-3696 and let them
SERVICE DIRECTORY help you put the service directory to work for you.
Two sizes available to meet you company's needs.

Quality GA Staw- Great Price M ELIA OPERATOR SYSTEMS Aow, trim, edge, 4
Steven H Maintenance, Inc. LANDSCAPING hedges, beds, etc. Quality Work at
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601 GarageSal HOMELESS Marianna
COMMUNITY YARD SALE on Amelia FOR SALE GE electric washer & A N IM A LS
Concourse. Sat. 5/18, 9am-5pm & dryer, $500. Electric stove w/coil -.1 5 tS& airS i I U *** M unicipal Airport
Sun. 5/19, 9am-4pm. Variety of burners, $400. 1 year old. Call D IN.
houses. Furniture, clothes,,. home (904)261-2669. THEYRE NG FOR
accessories, tools. Something for 17 FTSEA PRO withu A 2ND CHANCE
DOUBLE YARD SALE Sat. 5/18, bunk Is a full sized and top Is twin.
O YARD SALE St. 5/18, Great for boy or girl. Photo available.
dding, decorating accessories, LGB $22S. E904524 7989
train sets, books, & lots more. 1378 -4 %
Harrison Point Trail & 1365 Mission San SAE S
Carlos, in Plantation Point. (F) .
MOVING SALE Fri. 5/17 & Sat. 5/18, In Espresso finish from Halku Designs.
8am-noon. Antique table, rocking $450. Call 277-6574. 2007 4BR/2BA on 1 Acre. Ready to
chairs, maple BR set, entertainment move in. $3,800 down, 30 years @
center, recliner, day bed pop-up, misc. 3.75%. Only $449.55/mo. + taxes +
tables, lamps, linens, kitchen. 5340 insurances, pending credit approval.
Great Oak, Florence Pt. All items Call (904)225-0884.
available NOW. (904)468-0274
FREE beautiful Weber Baby Grand MOBILE HOME For Sale. 1979
COMMUNITY YARD SALE Roses Piano, excellent condition. Can arrange Skyline, 12x61, 2BR/IBA, very good Z
Bluff. Sat. 5/18, 8am-noon. Chester to have moved for $150 If needed. Call condition. Have title & ready to move.
Rd. (3 miles) then left onto Roses Bluff (904)321-1950. $4,000. (904)583-4459
Rd., right into Roses Bluff .. AP, s a u -., ,* .;
aielghborhood. Many yard sale Items at X 'A h, aU rl
PARKWAY SOUTH 4BR split plan,
.ots of children's books, educational pay good prices for your silver coins kitchen FP, crown molding, near
materials, and teaching aids. Also (pre-1965). Please call (719)339-4894 beach. $389,650. Owner (516)983- .
-books for adults, videos, computer forrdetaIls/appointments 8670.
software, CDs, and games for all ages.
Friday, May 17; 8:00 a.m. to noon;
Springhill Baptist Church 941017 Old
Nassauville Rd. Sponsored by Nassau
.GCounty Home Educators.
TWO FAMILIES 5/17 & 18. 534 FR
-Plantation Oaks Ter. Bamboo flooring, me See the 6 War Br r Displayl
Craftsmar, 42" lawn sweeper, exercise .
;equlp., coffee tables, lamps, kitchen Geat Food and Arts ndors'
knives, 1880 bamboo table, 1880 'do $
fountain chairs, Rans recumbent bike. Young Eagles Air $30
3689 Industrial Park
3453 S. Fletcher. Sat. 5/18, 9am-lpm. (850) 482-2281 S
Lawrn furniture, furniture,, household s s
good, clothes, & much more.
*85912XHADDOCK RD. Thurs., Frl., & CKO
Sat., 9am-? New clothes, toys, pools,
tsheets, -household, Avon, food, Select
number bed, built-in oven, & Miore. MO T CIty of Jon couy Main Street
904)504-7674 "Marianna TDC Maldonna
MOVING SALE 5/20-5/31 weekdays
:nly, 8am-4pm. 75302 Edwards Rd.,
nfulee. (904)335-7624 d YO L
YARD SALE Sat. 5/18, 7am-2pm. R An Ynd .
86029 Pages Dairy Rd. (the old Yulee lngIngl du n o & 'pOles
Middle- School). Selling a little bit of

-famiy St. 8 y"Aat Wato Spend 11maTogefth".
lPumer gasC stove top, Epson wide UB LIC I.NVITED
-format. printer, computer' monitor,
tSaturday, May 1 PM-4PM
clothes, toys. Egans Bluff 3, Park.i -y ----.c ---OFF ISLAND
Square P. off Simmons Rd. OFF I AND
MEDICAL CAREERS BEGIN HERE 97045 Eightfold Path 31185 Grassy Parke Drive
STAIR MASTER & ELLIPTICAL FOR Train ONLINE for Allied Health and Medical Management. 4BR/3BA ASF 3427 3BR/2BA SF 2043
SALE! Stepmll 7000 PT & Precor EFX b placement assistance Computer and $ 385,900 $210,000
524i. Both are like brand new, both
Tere $4,000 new, asking' $1200/0BO Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. 96153 Li htwind Drive
each. May help with delivery. Joanna 1
boo 0 e. Call 888-203-3179 3BR/he ASF 2664

FOR SALE TroyBIlt portable w..wwCentu.raOn nin. .com.-.....".:.....
-gas/eletric generator, $590. Please "w"Cin.... : "
call (904) 729-5961. . __ ___ __ __ '

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Easy2enew yPhone 'N.wn!ds AllM r ivirusBrands r Summer Beach is our address, not our ou d ry!

Antivirus Service Center MAIN sALES OrFiCE U M C-ALL ANY O uRS'ALES
Nati onwide Service Sice 1999 1d80i789 6548 J 9E6 H'5 .. .I. GiNTS
Call ,,(800) 322 -7448 B ..: MARcY MOcK
(904) 261-0624( A Rw s
5456' First Coast Highway Amelia Is/and, FL3203dP

WSaves L.,ives

*. Sfunning 3br/3ba. home' In The Preserve at Summer Elite 3-Abr/4ba homes overlooking the ocean, with
Beach. Prime location, view and floor plan. Separate ten-foot ceilings and large covered wrapdround
Sfce/den Half mile sroll to the beach. Screened a fo ate r f ily
9MLS# 59886 $469P900 Prces start.,. $1,325,000

.., -OR.' C,
1 -. Lovely 3br/3ba home located on the beautiful Summer Gorgeous Villal Large screened porch, spacious
** Beach Gol Course in the upscale gated community of great room with gas flreplace; elevator and over-
Golfside South in Summer Beach, Numerous renova- sized ohe car garagel Fabulous kitchen offers stories
.,,; .. tions.Short &alk to goltf, beachor to The lilz Carton, steel appliances,granite countertops and high ceil-
M "~ Easy: R" Phneoingsi A must seel.
MS# 59272 $699,000 MLS# 59601 $329,000

Beautiful townhome with a two car garage in Offers private single-family homes inside a gated
gated community backed by preservation area. Mediterranean-style community, This unique communi-.
Just a short stroll to the private pool or- to the ty allows owners to pick their own home site, then
beach, Full Club Membership Included. select their floor pian and elevation for the builder,
MLS# 57231 $349,900 Emerald Homes, to create their dream home.

Gorgeous 3BR/3BA condo located on the 5th floor Beautifui wooded lot backing up to a lush preserve
ed. Condo Is in pristine, condition and available to lot on a quiet cul-desac In 4999 Parkway. Leisurely
home or Investment property.
b9 llill*MLS# 59813 c$890,000 MLS# 56098 $199,000
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COM |R A CUJRTISS H. 806 Waterfront 08 ff Island/Yulee RIT
*RETAIL at Gateway Beach. Zoned multi-family 4-plex. garage. Immaculate move in condition, large condos overlooking Intercoastal
R L Gateway ixReal Estate, Inc. Ready to build on. $675,000. (904) golf, community pool and Outpost. Waterway, 3BR/3.5BA, fireplace, wet
1170 SF $1,300 mo 868-2150 Broker/Owner. Formal areas, neutral colors, mother- 82Mile o bar, gated community, pool and park-
OBO in-law suite. Call for showing: Daune ing garage. Rent variesby floor level.
.OBO -------- m iZZ* Waterfront Homes & Lots Call Davis, Watson Realty Corp. (904)571- Call (904)7534147 or (904)321-3444
RESIDENTIAL (904) 261-4066 for information. C.H 4213 RV RENALS AAILABLE n a
Lasserre, Realtor. campground. Weekly or monthly. All
*OFFICE at Gateway LONG TERM RENTALS usetilities & WiFi included. (904)225- SPACIOUS GROUND LEVEL 2BR/
762 SF 2 offices and -1334 Atlantic Avenue, 3BR/IBA 5817 Other Ar s 2BA in Stoney Creek. W/D included.
$ c1,1 00/mo. No Smoking. $950/mo. Call (954)444-
patio space $900 OBO *3BR/2BA home on Lofton Creek z_ LAND AUCTION Greenbriar County, 9484.
2,600 DoaWV. 1,894+/- acres pasture & timber 852 Mobile Homes
2,600 sq.ft., Doc, garage/workshop, land offered in 24 tracts. Barns & out
Warehouse Office Large lot, gourmet kitchen, many other buildings for cattle operations. One AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your AMELIA Spacious 3/2, cathedral
bonus's $1,950/mo. Plus utilities. Ui lIR, I|NC tract has a beautiful 8BR house RV to live on a campground for $425/ ceilings, SS appliances, granite, gated
COmbo 800 SF $750 w/indoor pool. Open & wooded land mo All utilities included. Ask about with pool/hot tub. W/D included. Avail.
in sew & ater VACATION RENTAL A private, nonprofit agency tha assists w/magniicent views. Auction Thurs. senior citizen special. (904)225-5577. 5/1 $1100/mo. (904)251-9525
e 5/30 in Lewisburg, WV. Woltz & Assoc.,
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY Nassau County families who need food, Inc., Roanoke, VA, Real Estate Brokers
2BRJIBA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher. shelter and basic necessities. & Auctioneers (WV#1000). Go to ON ISLAND Lg remod'Id 3/2 SWMH
Warehouse 3 offices Across the street from the beach All For information, call 904.261.7000 or call 800-551-3588 in park, $225/wk, $895/mo. ALSO, sm 3BR/2.BA CONDO Gated, 5 miles
ui Warehouse '- 3 offices cross te street om eac ofor property & auction details. ANF 3/1 house, CH&A, Bailey Rd & Sunset, to beach, neutral colors, W/D, garage.
2,00T SF -. $$900/mo + dep. (904)261-5034 $1150/mo. + 1 mo. deposit. Service
2,000 SF $1,500 O 3BR/3BA townhome in Sandpiper animals only. Call (904)982-9797.
Loop $1850/wk plus taxes & cleaning3BR/2BA SW 75641 Johnson Lake
*8 St. AMfordable Loop 85w plus taxes & cleaning Rd.,l $ o + $700 deposit. H END 2BR/2BA in Amelia Park
retail or office. 200 SF COMMERCIAL A IRLIN ES ARE I (478)363 ine Upgraded throughout
up to. 12,000_SF80688USH 17,,210 buid_ with attached garage. $1400/mo.
up to 12,000 SF .*850688 US HWY17, ,210 HSIISrN waylNsIal 1BR SINGLE WIDE on large lot in Please call (904)874-6765.
ing with 3.8 acres of fenced property, Nassauvlle. Clean, nwer appliances,
formerly a Nursery with some out- washer/dryer. $500/mo. + $300 de-
We offer buyer and building and a green house still on .posit. (904)728-4421, leave message.
tena)t representation property I860 Ho1
Please contact usfor -Two 800sf Office/Retail spaces, can be Trai for hands on Avtion Maintenance Career. BLACKROCK AREA 2BR/1A
oined for one, 1,600 sq ft s ASinglewide. $650/mo. + $400 depost. 3BR/2.BA TOWNHOME 2184-B
mmercial oinext tfor oneaock Electr,600ic $12/s q f space,AIA FAA approved program. Call (904)261-9729. First Ave. $1500/mo. Call (912)270-
next to Peacock Electric $12/sq. ft + 3239
real estate needs to CAM &Tax Financial aid if qualified Housing available.
,rooms) with bathS76sq.ft $1050/mo CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance Water inc Small dog orservice animals
*Five Points Village 1,200 sq. ft. AIA/S 866-314-3769 1 D IN
8th St. exposure Great for retail, Ao I
services, or office. $1,200/mo +sales
tax. Furnished a
*Amelia Park Unit E (14th St fi-ontage) '
910 approx sq.ft, 3 offices, reception 5 Available ATBEACH- 1BR $200wk + dep. ne
area, kitchen & bathroom. $1450/mo + 5 Units utils. ALSO remod'ld 2&3BR SWMH in t Nw -La
Phi ifin lipark starting $175wk + utils + dep. & .
Phil Griffin utilities. 1250 sq ft / OUSE $895/mo. 261-5034
Broker GRI 1839 S. 8th St. adjacent to Huddle 1 "
904-556-9140 H4ouse, 1,800 sq.ft $1700/mo. lease + Each unit different floor 1BR WATERFRONT Cozy. Great
608 S. 8th St. Fernandina Beach, FL tax. Sale also considered. plan starting at $1000 fishing off dock. No smoking. Available I SHOP month with year lease. June 1st, (904)703-4265 .
FOR LEASE n AWe pay garbage, sewer
e4-277o3942 $ .& water, and outside 856 Aprtets 2,900 SQ FT HOME 4BR/3BA, mid
aOn e aintenance. urnshand gated community, eupstairs.
'bonus room with balcony. Tile, carpet &
Oith Coudtry r $ 5 5/ o LCall fqr more information 2BR/1BA OCEANFRONT APT. Immediate occupancy. $2,000/mo
77 4 $935/mo. + $600 dep. A/C & ellingwer & (904)376-5689
Limited Time Offer 277 3942 fans, d/w, Ig deck Water sewer& gar-
bage included. Service, animals only.
(847)639-0648 or
8 0VISITwww.chaplinwilliamsrentals.
moCity Apartmnents com for the most recent, information
rp- -m m-- -m m M MURRAY HILL APARTMENTS on Long Term Rentals. Updated Daily.
swith Country a frll Rental assistance on 2 & 3 BR HC & Chaplin Williams Rentals, The Area's:
SCharm! u. I. .. i 1 f ii i .i non. HC accessible apartments. W/D Premier Rental Company
Chn "IIor hookups. Water, sewer & trash '
Close to school& 3 u provided. Call 904-261-2937 TDD/mTY
shopping. Drugs Mayur Dangerous To Your Healthi book. Urne St. s a.
20 minutes to 0 FREE book by doctor reveIs what the provider & employer.",
Jacksonvile o I drug companies don't want you to know! I VACATION CHALET in N. Carolina
*ee y vriDr Kevin Hornsby, MD will mail the pay the postage and handling. If I furnished, majestic views. Peaceful.--
first 37 men that respond to this ad the popular pills don't work for you, Citrona Dr. Fernandina Beach, FL. $550 a week. Call (904)757-5416.
ca Rentistarts at $ I$57 per month.
adt(9o 845-2922 1 a free copy of his new thirty dollar regardless of your age or medical I Rentral a $/c. 1 & bedrom apt
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Eastw37149Cody Circle Hilliard, FL I Dysfuncion. He's so sure this book prostate cancer) you owe i to your- TOD Hearing Impaired number #711 Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
Mon.-Fri. 8:30-5:30 wil life he will en self ad your lady to read "This institutio is an equal Realtor for special rates.
A wal chng y l h opportunity provider and employer.'
Apa ens S Sun. by Appt. Call Toll Free (800) 60-4255 or "Equal Housng Opportunity"
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space from 100 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq. ft.
Includes utilities, internet, common
area receptionist, conference room,
Sbreak room, & security. For Info cal-
(904)753-4179 :

St., Approx. 375 sq,.ft.,Share.tommort
area & bathroom between 4 offices,
$350/mo. Call (904)610-2826 or email

FEMALE seeks 1BR or studl6 apt./
condo for ling term rental. Call (904)

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W ve o =t p s on family owned, pristine condition, white
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1984 MERCEDES BENZ 3805L Mint
Talk about memorable, this sale has everything going for it! You'll save on cond. 78,000 mo. Cream color hard toP
every item in every department. Nothing is held back. All famous maker's quality you'd never tine $12,500 (912)816-0835 Iv msg.
expect to find on sale. Plus up to 48 months interest free for this spectacular event!

T YYA 8 -passenger. 400 miles. $18,000.
Brand new/used. (904)556-6920

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