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LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE DU


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GARRETT PELICAN
Agews-Leader
The State Attorney's Office dropped
a misdemeanor charge of driving
under the influete against former.
Nassau County' Commission chair
StacyJofhnsonlast week
Johison,39,'pleaded hno coitest to
a lesser' charge of rickless driving,
saying the had'bedn texting on her
phonie while driving prior to her arrest.
Johinson paid a $208 finie for the
reckless driving charge and received
no points on her driver's license, which
w she lost for oione y6ar after tefusing to
perform Sobriety tests and breath tests
at the time of her arrest. State law-
makers hiave since 'enacted ,a ban on
texting while driving, a law that goes
into effedt in October.
"It's been ahumbling experience,"
Johnson said by telephone Thursday.
"I defiitely thinik it's a serious mat-
ter" to be texting while driving, she
said.' "Anything that distracts you-while:



me a lotoif valuable
drvlife less dnsgerous shee


"Unfortunately,
been repolitics, accusa-ible
Sa tions are moreng, hard



important'than the
fat just Johnson
thankful for family
aod friends' who.
.ave supported me, stqod by me and
never thwavered pasfrom the beginning.
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me a 10tf6lvaluable-
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Johnson said she had no planaid.s in
Unfortunate Attorney's Office offered
W in politics, accusa-




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she agreed to~ resign frdmi her seat on
impthe ourtanty commission. She did not,
abut resigned as commission chair at a




meeting June 25. She serted out her
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election in November.
Steve Siegel, head of Nassau's State
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ecute he ourty ommission. (but) she basi-d not
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PHOTOS Me ANGEetiA DAUGHTRY/NEWS-LADn cally got all the DUI" penalties.


James Ellison of Boy Scout Troop -152 of Yulee, above right, made an Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project c'oordiniating cleanup of the "She was on video at Slider's con-
historic Frankntown Cemetery near Aerican Beach. Scouts erected a ew sign, donated by a local sign company, for the ceetery, suming aloholic b everage before she
je! top in November.


which was given to slaves of the Harrison Planation in the 19th century (descendants of those slaves still live in the area today). Scouts left to go home," and d eputies smelled
Attorney's Office, said Thursday,




raked leaves and underbrush, whacked weeds and cleaned grave markers, including this one for Gabriel Means of the Union Army's an odor of alcohol on Johnson's breath,'
ColoredTInfantry, left. Those participating, top, included Nick Haralambo, Austin Hulse, Griffen Walters, Joshua Hamrick, Isaiah Siegel said.the state declined to pros-
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trying to survive
HEATHER A. PERRY lIe was up in a tree sawing a limb
Newhich w as given tand slaves of the next thing he knew,(descendants of those slaves wastill live in the area today). Scots ft go ome; and deputies smeed






hui'tling to the ground and being'
For neavesly and year, CJ Ivey and rush ed to Baptist Mcleanedical Cent er s, including this one for GabrieMeans of the Union Army's an odor of alcohol on Johnson's breath,
C athy Wilkins have struggled to keep Nassau in his employer's tNiuck Ha.lambou, Austin Huls, Griffen WaltrJoshua Hamrick Isaiah Siegel said.
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"I used to have 16 people working Faced with doctor bills in excess of
'for me," said Ivey. "I had a drywall $13,000 and an employer who didn't
business but thanks to the economy, want to take responsibility, he was
this is what we're left with." forced to ~seek help from a personal'
'The nice place'to live, two cars and injury attorney, but the pain still'
three squares aiday are in theopast lingers'said Ivey.
and the couple is homeless. "I can't sit up for more than a little
About a year ago, Ivey found work while. I can be sitting there, makings-
with a tree surgeon but that endeavor those crosses and then I've got to lie
marked the beginning of what has down because of the pain.Idon'taknow HATHERA.PERRY/NEWS-LEADER
now become a continuing battle with h CJ Ivey and Cathy Wilkins offer handcrafted survival bracelets" and cross necklaces at a recent arts
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OBITUARIES Try these seasonal staples WEEKLY

Myers RKuto aid weight-loss effortS UPDATE
-Myers R. Kurtz, beloved addition, he served as Vice t aid W e ig t S Blood drive
husband, father, and friend, President of Nassau County
died on Memorial Day, May NAACP and Nassau County MILWAUKEE, WIS. Witk summer muscle-strengthening high protein and potas- The Fernandina Beach
27,2013 at his home on Amelia Republican Executive Commit- almost upon us, you may be inclined to add sium levels make it a powerhouse of taste Rotary Club will host a blood
Island, Florida. A native of tee. He was listed in Who's some fresh foods into your diet. The season and nutrition.. drive on June 5, when the
Pennsyl-vania, Myers was born Who in the Midwest, Who's provides a variety of produce that can Button mushrooms According to Blood Alliance bloodmobile
in Schaefferstown, PAon June Who in the South and recharge your diet, as well as aid in your UCLA research, the plant protein in button will be in the parking lot of
18, 1924'. Southwest, and Who's Who in weight-loss efforts, mushrooms slows down carbohydrate the Florida House Inn on
A member America, was a member of .Incorporating specific spring and absorption in the intestines and South Third Street from 10
of The Grea- Sunrise Rotary, Nassau County summer staples into your diet can P helps your body soak up and burn a.m.-3 p.m. To make an
test Genera- Volunteer Center, and a life- help keep you fuller and more satis- sugars fast, aiding weight-loss appointment in advance visit
tion, Myers time member of the Silver fled while improving your overall efforts. The study has shown that www.thebloodalliahce.com, or
joined the U.S. Caduceus Association. He was health. TOPS Club, Inc. (rake Off eating one cup a day could acceler- simply come at your conven-
Army as a pri- a member of First Presbyterian Pounds Sensibly), the nonprofit ate your weight loss by 50 percent ience the day of the drive.
vate in 1942. Church, Fernandina Beach, weight-loss support organization, Peppermint Add this fresh
During his FL and a 32nd Degree Masson offers the following tasteful recom- and light herb into your diet as often Clas euni
military career he served in of the Amelia Island Masonic mendations that work overtime to help bene- as possible. Studies from Chicago's Smell 'the Fernandina Beach
both the Pacific Ocean and Lodge. fit your body. and Taste Treatment and Research High School Class of 1974
European Theatres of World One of the most joyful activ- Sugar snap peas One cup of these Foundation have shown that adding one invites other classes to join
War II. He also served tours of ities of Myers' life was golf. He sweet veggies contains only 26 calories. tablespoon of fresh, chopped peppermint to a them June 6 for Putt Putt at 7
duty at Walter Reed Army was an avid player and strong Besides being loaded with flavor and crunch, meal can cause you to feel full on 100 fewer p.m., June 7 at the Surf
'Medical Center and the competitor, Those Who played they also are full of fiber and vitamin KI calories. Plus, its lively flavor and smell are Restaurant at7 p.m. and
Pentagon. His specialty was with him had to admire his Ginger According to researchers at perfect for the season! V June8 for lunch at the Crab
hospital administration with ability to level the playing field Florida's University of Miami, just a teaspoon Cucumber A spring and summertime Trap atl 1:30 a.m., followed by
the -Army Medical Service or so he claimed by get- of ginger can make you feel full twice as favorite, cucumbers are a guilt-free flavor a river cruise at 2:30 p.m.,
Corps, from which he retired ting others to grant him quickly. This is due to the gingerol and zin- booster to any salad or a great snack on their then a gathering at Sliders at
'as a Lieutenant Colonel in strokes. He also enjoyed the gibain inside ginger that act as powerful own. One cup of cucumber slices-equals only 7 p.m. For information contact
1967. camaraderie of the occasional appetite suppressants. Ginger is also a great 16 calories. They're water-rich and high.in Mona Theobald at 753-0999,
While in the Army, Myers game of statistical analysis anti-inflammatory. fiber, so they work double to make you feel Nancy White at (678) 378-
pursued his education, receiv- using playing cards (known to Green onions Also known as spring full and satisfied. 7862. The itinerary is on the
ing a Bachelor of Science from most as poker). Myers' other, onions, these have all the flavor of regular TOPS Club Inc. (Take Off Pounds Facebook page.
the University of-Maryland in passion was the Republican onions without the smell. Stanford University Sensibly), founded more than 65 years ago, is
'1958, and an MBA from Party. He actively assisted in researchers have found the high amounts of the only nonprofit, noncommercial weight-loss NHS capital
-Indiana University in 1963. local and state campaigns of a sulfur in spring onions help your pancreas organization of its kind. TOPS promotes suc-
Following his Army retire- number of Florida politicians, burn carbs for fuel before they are stored in cessful weight management with a "Real campalI
ment, Myers worked.as a hos- Myers leaves behind the your body as fat. Add these to recipes for a -People. Real Weight Loss" philosophy that com- Visit Nassau Humane
pital administrator/chief exec- loves of his life; his wife, Linda little flavor and color. bines support from others at weekly chapter Society Second Chance
*utive officer of hospitals in Kurtz; son, Ronald Kurtz, of Eggplant Eggplant can be incorporat- meetings, healthy eating, regular exercise, and Resale store June 15 to learn
.Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Amelia Island; former spouse, ed into many recipes as a low-calorie meat wellness information. Visitors are welcome to more about the Nassau
Georgia, and Florida. Mary Kurtz, of Amelia Island; replacement or eaten on its own. Baked or attend their first TOPS meeting free of charge. Humane Society Capital
In Ohio, Myers served on daughter, Erin Piro (Justin), grilled, eggplant is agreat choice at just 20 To find a local chapter, view wwwtops.org or Campaign.to build anew shel-
the Governor Rhodes Cabinet, of Boston, MA; and older calories per cup. Its low sugar content and call (800) 932-8677. ter, replacing the dilapidated,
first as Assistant Director and brother, Alfred Kurtz 40-year-old building it'current-
,then as Director of the Ohio (Elizabeth), of Jacksonville; ly operates from. Staff and
'Department of Mental Health. brothers-in-law, Mark Garrard board members will be avail-
He was also an Adjunct (Lucille), of Powder Springs, rCL TH 1 F ORD r' rIADlUJATJc able from 10 am.-5 p.m. to
'Professor in the University of GA; Joel Bewan of Fernandina -CLO THES FOR: CEDARI V ,V show the plans for the new
.Cincinnati's Department of Beach, FL; Glenn Bewan of building and discuss how you
Psychiatry. From 1983 to 1993, Madison, GA; sister-in-law, can get involved with the cam-
Myers served as Superin-ten- Camille Morgan, of NYC; paign. Stop by anytime during
dent of the State of Georgia's nieces, Sundra Wentzler A Ff thesehours to learn about the
largest facility ofthe Division of (Andrew), of Greentown, PA; project. Second Cance is
Mental Health, Developmental Betsy Norris of West Chester, located at 1002 South 14th St.
Disabilities and Addictive PA; Nicholle Ratto (Matthew) For more information, contact
,'Diseases with 1,900 beds and of Tampa, FL; Kelly Garrard Nearly new clothes Brandy Carvalho at execu-
over 4,000 employees. He of Marietta, GA JenniferKelly were collected during tivedirector@nassauhumane-
:retired to Amelia Island in (John) of Fort Worth, TX; the five performanc- society.com or 491-1511.
1993. In 1995, he was recruit- nephews, Neil Garrard of es of "Love, Loss and o oo' e
-'ed from retirement to become Marietta, GA; Adam Bewan of What I Wore" at
CEO of the G. Pierce Wood Decatur, GA; Harrison Morgan Amelia Community ,The American Cancer
::Memorial Hospital, Arcadia, of NYC; Jack Kurtz of Culver Theatre to .donate to Society will hold Look Good,
-FL This temporary appoint- City, CA; Kenneth Kurtz of the women of Cedar Feel Better sessions from 6-8
ment lasted three years until Tongeren, Belgium; Bruce Haven Tra.nsitional p.m. July 16 and Oct. 8 in the
hie once again retired to Amelia Kurtz of Herkimer, NY.. Home for Homeless boardroom at Baptist Medical
:sland in 1998. A military service cele- Women. Center Nassau,1250 South
Active in each community brating and honoring Myers' The Cedar Haven 18th St.
:In which he lived, Myers life will be held on Friday at 2 Transitional Hoihe Thibs free program pro-
- served on numerous Boards p.m. at the Jacksonville seeks to assist ides information and cosmet-
of Directors, sc -bigAted i w en that have'lV "'. icadCi4to woiftH1
Way and i / le%,chalcancereTraining intifiles.-
and he was a member of many The family asks that dona- homelessness in hands-on instruction on make-
organizations, such as the Stions be madejn'Myers' mem Nassau County with up, skin care and suggestions
Association for Retarded ory to Wounded Warrior and/ stays of up to 180 for using wigs, turbans and
Citizens, Alliance for the or The Greater Jacksonville days ,in an effort scarves.Italso includes tips
Mentally Ill, American Hospital USO http://www.jaxusoorg/. assist them towards on nail care while undergoing
Associatiort, American Acade- Please shar.e his life story permanent housing. "" treatment. Cosmetic kits are
my of Medical Administrators, and leave condolences at Valerie Baker, provided.
and American College of www.oxleyh4ard.com. right, director of Thisprogram is free and
Healthcare Administrators. In Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors operations and co- facilitated by licensed cosine-
founder of Cedar tologists all American
George Scott Haven, checks out Cancer Society volunteers.
e the clothes and Advance registration is
Mr. George Lee Scott, age Mr. Scott and his family accessories collect- required by calling 1-800-
90, of Yulee, passed away on have been longtime members ed. 227-2345.
Thursday morning, May 30, of Blackrock Baptist Church If you would like
2013 at his home, with his faim- in Yulee. to make a donation, waend
ily by his side. He leaves behind his wife of yolunteer or learn The Nassau County
Born inO'Neal, FL he was 22 years, Janice Higginbotham more, contact Brown Volunteer Center, in partner-
the oldest of twelve children Scott, Yulee, FL, his children, at (904) 635-8789. ship.with the Lions Club' of
born to the late Ernest and Mitchell Scott (Margaret), sutMrrrED Fernandina Beach, is collect-
Corrine Anderson Scott. Being Fernandina Beach, FL, Dennis ing used and about-to-be dis-
raised in East Nassau County, Scott, St. Augustine, FL, Hadley carded eyeglasses, sunglasses
Mr. Scott was Scott (Regina), Fernandina and hearing aids for use in
a' graduate of Beach, FL, a brother, Randy 6 e n developing countries to
Yulee. High Scott (Christy), O'Neal, FL, two f improve the quality of life.
School, Class sisters, Nancy Trantham, tS e Currently, there is an' urgent
of 1942. After Nassauville, FL, Joan Jones need for these items.
high school, (Pete), Nassauville, FL, step NEW YORK, NY Those more dainage but the person's higher Drop off your old glasses
he worked for children, DwayneJones,Yulee, tempted to kick off summer risk of 4ki cancer is already Apply 1 ounce (2 table- or hearing aids at the Nassau
a. period of FI4Janet Hilis (Dana), Naples, by getting a "base tan" should increased." spoons) of sunscreen to your County Volunteer Center,
time with J.M. Oxley at Oxley FI eight grandchildren, five be aware that there is no such Since sunburns are also entie body 30 minutes before 1303 Jasmine St., Suite 104A
: Mortuaryin Fernaridina. Mr. great-grandchildren and sev- thing as a safe, healthy or pro- associated with higher risks of goAing outside. Repplyevery The center enlists volutiteers
Scott enlisted in the U.S. Navy, 'eral nieces and nephews. tective tan. The misconception skin cance especially two hours or immediately after to support nonprofit agenrcies
serving during WW II as a Funeral services will be that a base tan will protect the melanoma (the most danger- swimming or excessivesweat-. and their work in Nassau
monmbardier. Upon being hon- 11:00 am on Monday, June 3, skin is dangerous; even for ous form of skin cancer), it's ing. County and donducts projects
orablydischargedhereturned 2013 at Blackrock Baptist those who never burn, pro- important to avoid both tans Keep newborns outof the. of its own fo assist those in
-hOme :to O'Neal where he Church with Reverend Frank longed exposgre to ultraviolet and snburns. This summer sun. Sunscreens should .be need.
Inbegan working as a Shrimper. Camarotti, officiating. (UV) .radiation can lead to skin and all year long, The Skin used on babies over the age of For information or to vol-
i During his eareer as a Shrimp- Mr.i Scott will be laid to rest aging including wrinkdles, lines Cancer Foundation recom- six months. unteer, stop in the office, call
er he owned a fleet of up to in Green Pine Cemetery. and age spots) as well as skin mends the following skin can- Examine your skin head- 261-2771, or email
eight boats, the most notable His family 'will receive cancer. In fact, about 65 per- cer prevention strategies: to-toe every month. ncvcfb@aol.com.
being the "Naughty Lady". In friends from 1:003:00 pm on cent of melanomas and 90 per- Seek the shade, especial- See your doctor every
1970, he accepted employment Sunday at the Oxley-Heard cent of nonmelanoma skin can- ly between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. year for a professional skin eoo
'iat Container Corporation of Funeral Home. cers are associated with sun Do not burn. exam. Free and open to the pub-
:SAmerica as a Mill Wright Please share his life story at exposure. '* Avoid tahning and UV The Skin Cancer l1, educational "Steelaway" -
where he remain-ed until retir- www.oxleyheard.com. "Whether obtained by lying tanning b6oths. Foundation is the only global schooner tours are offered
ing at the age of 77 in 2000. Oxley-H-eardFuneralDirectors out in the sun or using a tan- Cover up with clothing, organization solely devoted to the first Saturday of each
S. ning bed, a tan damages your including a broad-brimmed hat the prevention, early detection month from noon until 5 p.m.
DI iEATHNOTIC o .skin," says Perry Robins, MD, and UV-blocking sunglasses. and treatment of skin cancer. The vessel is located in down-
IAT OI President of The Skin Cancer Use a broad-spectrum The mission of the foundation town St. Marys, Ga. For infor-
;: Foundation. "A tan is the (UVA/UVB) sunscreen with is to decrease the incidence of mation visit www.schoorier-
Ronald B. Carden, 64, Yulee, died Sunday, May 19, 2013. body's response to damaged an SPF of 15 or higher every skin cancer through public and steelaway.com or call (919)
Nolocal services are planned. DNAinthe skin cells-theskin day. For extended outdoor professional education and 704-0630.
Green PineFuneralHome darkens in order to prevent activity, use a water-resistant, research.
'broad-spectrum (UVA/UVB) For morejnformation, visit, Drop-)n C
sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or www.SkinCancer.org. The Day Drop-in
N W S511 Ash Stret Fernandina BeachFL 32034 Center is looking for volun-
(904) 261-3696 Fax 261-3698 teers for Tuesdays or
Webslte for emaIl addresses fbnewsleader.com L0TINuG BAC Thrsdays (10 a.m.-2 p.m.).
LE The center serves people
Olfice hours are 8"0am to 5:00p.m. Monday through Friday e experiencing homelessness
The News-Leader 'a published every Wednesday and Friday by The Femahdina n Geologist Don McClane said more than and those at. high risk of
Beach News-Leader, 511 Ash Street, P.O. Box 766, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. PerIodicals postage paid at Femandina 10,000 artifacts had been recovered by Florida homelessness. Services
Beach, Fla. (USPS 189-900) ISSN# 0163-4011. Reproductions of the contents of this publication in whole or in part without State University students at an excavation of Old include showers and laundry
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: News-Leader, P.O. Box 766, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035. The News-Leader E Fort San Carlos in Old Town. facilities, a mailing address,
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June__1,ONJunesFernandina Beach Church of
SUBSCRIPTION RATES n NEWS DEADLINES Plans were unveiled to transform the "blight- Christ at the corner of
Mail out of Nassau County....... $65.00 community News: Church Notes: ed". Five Points corner in Fernandina Beach with Jasmine and South 14th
Monday, 5 p.m. Monday, 5 p.m. a new Applebee's restaurant and retail area streets. To volunteer or for
CNI ,|"( Leters to the editor: People and Places: YEARS anchored by Stein Mart. information contact Ellen
Monday, 12 p.m. Thursday, 3 p~m. ___ May 28, 2003 Miller, 556-2810.




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.aycenter City alled bii friendl
The Day Drop-in Center is located at the Femandina t'y Called bi le friendI
Beach Church of Christ at the comer of Jasmine and
South 14th streets. Hours are 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuesdays The League of American
and Thursdays. To volunteer or for more information, con- Bicyclists announced the latest
tact Ellen Miller at556-2810. round of Bicycle Friendly a
Communities and Fernandina
Beach hav been named a
Bronze Level BFC.
The Interfaith Dinner Network provides.a hot, nutritious Fernandina Beach is one of
dinner four nights.a week at the Salvation Army Hope 11 communities in Florida to a c
House, Ninth and Date streets, for the island's homeless receive a BFC designation sta-
and needy Moriday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 5- tus. The city, along with Weston,
7p.m. For information call 261-5227. is one of two new communities
J to receive a designation.
Gainesville and Venice are
HOMELESS County for some time, Wood is the only two communities to award recognizes Fernandina
familiar with the obstacles have achieved a Silver BFC sta- Beach's commitment to improv- i
Continued from 1A faced by those with no abode tus. The cities of Boca Raton, ing conditions for bicycling
if I could work a 40-hour week of their own and says the cou- Lakeland, Miami, Orlando, through investment in bicycling
because I haven't worked that ple just needs to catch a break. Sanibel. St. Petersburg and promotion, education programs,
since then." "I'hey seem to be close and Tallahassee attained a Bronze infrastructure and pro-bicycling SUBMITTED
He picks up a little money helping each other through BFC status previously. policies. Mayor Sarah Pelican presents a proclamation recogniz-
doing odd jobs for folks, but the hard times. They're willing "We are inspired when we The city, in coordination with ing National Bicycle Month in Fernandina Beach.
those earnings don't go far. to do the work and I think if see places like Fernandina Nassau County, the Florida Accepting was Sallie McDonald, member of the North
Wilkins, too, has health someone would give them the Beach making bicycling safer Department of Transportation Florida Bicycle Club and local bicycle activist. Also pic-
challenges. opportunity to display their 'and more convenient," -said and. several bike advocacy tured are Mike Pikula, Kevin Pryor (president, NFBC),
"I have a horseshoe kidney craft, that would really help Andy Clarke, president of the groups withirl the community, Phil BoWen, Don Eipert and Bob Wells. Also present but
on one side, three pinched them out." League of American Bicyclists. has witnessed a numberof sub- not shown in the photo is Susan Taylor.
nerves in my lower back, and -In addition to taking their "We know that investment will stantial achievements including.-
a lot of female issues," she meals at the Interfaith Dinner be returned many times over in 1. Adding bike lanes on
says. Network, Wilkins and Ivey the health, environmental, trans- Fletcher Avenue/AlA from organizations have several bike trails; and
Neither has health insur- visit the Day Drop-In Center at portation, and quality of life ben- Atlantic Avenue to the end of planned activities within the next .4. Completion of designed
ance. the Church of Christ to. show- efits of a thriving, attractive comrn- Amelia Island; year including: improvements for Safe Routes to
Larry Wood, a Stephen er and do laundry. munity." 2. Winning two Safe Routes 1. Construction of a path Schools for the Emma Love
Minister from Memorial Coalition board member The BFC program is trans- to Schools grants with the com- along South 14th Street from Hardee and Southside
United Methodist Church, has and past president Dani forming the way communities pletion of one in 2012 and the Atlantic Avenue to Hickory Elementary schools.
known the couple for close to Gammel has interacted with evaluate their quality of life, sus- second set to begin in 2013; and Street (currently under con- City officials and bicycling
a year. them there since the center tainability and transportation 3. Bike Fernandina Safety struction); enthusiasts were scheduled to
"They're, very personable first opened in October. She networks, while allowing them Expo and Youth Bike Rodeo 2. Adding a bike path from hold a ceremony acknowledg-
and always do their best to be admires their determination to benchmark their progress held in October which provided Peters Point to the end of Amelia ing the new designation at Main
presentable whenever I see to pull themselves up. toward improving their bicarcle- children and adult bicycle safe- Island; Beach oi Thursday evening..
them at the dinners," he 'This is a couple who are friendliness. There are now 259 ty information and formal 3. Adding two new mountain Toapplyor learn moreabout
noted. really trying to develop some BFCs in 47 states across instruction. bike trails within the Egans the free BFC program, visit
Wood first met the pair ideas and some income pro- America. To continue improving its Creek Greenwayto total rough- www.bikeleague.org/commni-
when he was serving with the dicing possibilities to help get The Bronze Level BFC ranking the city, and its partner ly 1.5-2 miles of new mountain nity.
Interfaith Dinner Network at them out of homelessness,"
the Salation Army Hope she noted.
House- Gammel said although the'
"We invite people whb go couple is very friendly anid DU Continued ra sheriff's volunteer and then a submit to sobriety tests when made headlines after she report-
there to come tor the .open, she knows they're strug- in deputy, tracked the SUV to a requested; refusal to do so ed to police that another woman
Methodist Church to eat with gling. records, she was texting'at the residence on Sand Hickory reslts in a oneyear suspension had punched her following'a
us on Wednesday nights Despite their circum- exact time the 911 call came in Trail in Yulee, where an emo- ofthat license. verbal feud. No charges were
because Hope House doesn't stances, the pair maintains a from the citizen observer," he tionally distraughtJohnson chal- During her videotaped filed in that incident, part of
serve then. I got to know cheerful attitude and Wilkins sad. lenged a deputy investigating arrest, Johnson called her which was captured on video,
Cathy and CJ and they now volunteers at the center. "She had been drinking, and her for driving under the influ- arresting deputies "pawns" in a where Johnson told hotel staff,
told me about their situation .Both have open hearts she was texting and driving." ence. "political" vendetta by then "I am a county official," as she
and their business, Cross when it comes to others they "I think she did pay a sigiif- According to an arrest Sheriff Tommy Seagraves, blocked traffic at the resort's
Crafts." encounter who have fallen on icant penalty as a result of her report and dashboard camera whom she repeatedly called a main entrance.
Wood 'put in a good word hard times. behavior ... Because of her posi- footage, which the News-Leader "12-year-old with a badge." That incident, generated
for them with Carol Coombe, "We take care of pretty tion, I think, she was punished has viewed, Johnson slurred "I hate this job," Johnson more headlines after Seagraves
who organizes the church's much anybody that ye can," more harshly," Siegel said. her speech and wobbled atop a said between sobs in the record- told several mernibers of the
annual arts and crafts fair, and said Wilkins. "I don't know "I thought it was a fair deal pair of heels while refusing to ing. "I hate this county." media that Johnson had askqd
the couple was able to partic- how to say no to people that all around," he said. "We saved take breath or field sobriety Seagraves could not be him to suppress the deputy's
ipate. need help. I just don't. I mean, probably q two-day trial and she tests. "I'm not going to blow," reached for comment. report taken March 9.
Vendor coordinator Anita because of the situation that was willing fo acknowledge that she said. "I'mnot going to walk Last March, Johnson was Sepgraves told the News-Leader
Lay speaks highly of the enter- we're ifi." she was engaged in wrongdo- any line." the subject of an allegedly that Johnson specifically asked
prising pair. "This is just what we'vegot ing." Florida's implied consent drunken flap at The Ritz- him to keep it from the news-
"I 'met with them before to deal with right now," said Last Juqe 15, a cotinty resi- laws require alicensed driver to Carlton, Amelia Island that paper's Publisher Foy Malay,
the show and was impressed Ivey. "It could happen to any- dent called 911 after watching a "
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are, so it Was very satisfying to walk but spme people look out along Amelia Island Parkway
be able to include them at one for us." and "almost hit a car going
of our, small author tables."', Andlor that. otb say, they. l.ead~on," she told an emer-
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Its now time to prepare for a hurricane

The devastation wrought by theo ifManywould ignore evacuation order
r ecent powerful tornadoes in the M nore wofo i ior
Oklahoma City area is a tragic
reminder of the importance of For more information on how to stay safe in an emergency, TAMPA Last year, Tropical Storm Hurricane Preparation Tips:
being'prepared for severe weather www.phe.go urncanes Beryl had already made landfall on Secure your home- Inspect your hom,
of all kinds. National Hurricane httpf/emergencydc.gov/preparedness/ Florida's east coast, before the traditional for minor repairs needed to roof, windows,
Preparedness Week, May 25-June www.foodsafety.gov/keep/emergency/index.htmi June 1 opening of hurricane season: The down spouts, etc. Trim trees or bushes
1, is a time to emphasize that www.fda.gov/Drugs/EmergencyPreparedness/ucm 52.htm National Oceanic and Atmospheric that could cause damage'to your hom'e
preparing for these massive storms www.Ready.gov Administration is predicting another active case of high winds.
is vital to every family's health and pwww.-nhc.noaa.gov/prepare : &season with 13 to 20 named storms, seven Make a plan Develop a family eme-
well-being. www.ForidaDisasterorg to 11 hurricanes and three to six major gency plan to include ways to contact each
By preparing now, you can pro- hurricanes. other, alternative meeting locations anidai
tect yourself and your loved ones -A recent survey shows the strength of out-of-town contact person. Identify a saf
from the damaging impacts of a need every day: use a backup generator safely. the storm has a large impact on whether room or safest areas in your homi.
storm, said federal Health and Do you have backup clean Remember to keep itoutdoors and residents would want to evacuate their Research your evacuation route. Be surp
Human: Services Secretary drinking water? away from windows to prevent car- home. The majority (55 percent), say they and include plans for your pets.
Kathleen Sebelius. Do you have a backup supply of bon monoxide poisoning. would evacuate if the storm was a catego- Take inventory update your h6me
Last fall, many along the East medication, and a copy of your cur- Talk to your friends and family ry 3 or greater. Still, 16 percent of respon- inventory quickly by walking through you-.
Coast felt theimpact of Hurricane rent prescription? about your emergency plans. dents say they would not want to leave home with a video camera or smart phond.
Sandy, one of the largest hurri- If you use electricity to run Establish family and friends as their home at all. .: Keep a record of large purchases includin
canes in history. The storm affect-, medical equipment (like a nebu- your lifelines, and talk about how "It's always a difficult decision to leave the cost ofthe item, when purchased andd
ed millions of people, and for some, lizer, oxygen concentrator or ven- you could help each other and your home when a hurricane approaches," model and serial numbers as available.
the devastation will be felt for a tilator) or to keep your medication communicate during and after a said Angie LaPlant, director, AAA Public Stock emergency supplies plaq for p
lifetime. This season, make a plan refrigerated, do you know where to hurricane. Relations, The Auto Club Group. "Your week worth of non-perishable food a'nd
to stay safe and protect your health go if the power goes out? Do you If you know a storm is coming, safety and that of your loved ones should be water. Be sure and have-flashlights, extrh
as storms develop so you are ready know where you can go to follow the instructions of your local your number one priority. AAA recom- batteries, battery-powered radio, medica-
when minutes count. recharge your batteries? Do you emergency. officials. If they sug- mends you follow any and all evacuation ti-ons, first aid kit, blankets, toiletries, did-
Steps you can take to keep you know who you will call if you need gest evacuating, get out of harm's warnings: We also encourage residents to pers, etc. You may also want to prepare .
and your family safe include: help getting there? way make preparations before hurricane season portable kit and keep it in your car should
Discuss with your family what Do you have a backup copy of Make sure to fully charge your begins, so it's easier to respond when a you evacuate.
you will do if you need to evacuate, your medical record? You can ask cell phone or other mobile devices storm approaches." Protect your property Review you
Where will you meet? What will your doctor to print a copy for you, so you can communicate after a Hurricane preparation includes securing homeowners' insurance with your insulr-
you take with you? How'will you or save an electronic copy in the storm. Plan to text, email or use your home, developing a family emergency ance agent to determine if you have ad-
check in so that you'll know who is cloud or on an external hard social media to let everyone know plan, updating your home inventory and quate protection. Discuss your deductibles.
OK and who isn't? drive or enter the information into you're OK so phone lines remain being familiar with your insurance protec- Be aware that flood insurance in not typ-
If you have a pet, make a plan a smart phone or tablet applica- open for first responders. tion. It also means having the necessary cally covered under your homeowners' po-
for your pet if you have to evacuate, tion. These steps can save your life supplies on hand, in case you decide to icy. Flooding to your automobile is avilable
Get backups for things you Make sure you know how to and keep your loved ones safe. weather the storm. under the physical damage coverage.



Florida officials: Get ready Ffers advice
TALLAHASSEE The Florida Division of experts are predicting an active to extremely ATL A-: Lastrear was characterized by Here are a few imp6rtant tips: :
Emergency Management (FDEM) reminds all active season. Forecasters predict between 13 extreimely active andievastating weather events Be iiformed. Know the hazards and ris'
Floridians to use this week to ensure they are pre- and :20 named storms, of which 7 to 11 could across the country; fo1oding in the Southeast as in your area and learn what you need to do to get
pared for hurricane season, which begins become hurricanes including 3 to 6 major hur- aresultofTropical Storm Debby and Hurricane ready.for them. One way you can do this isby
Saturday, June 1. ricanes. q Isaac, 'wildfibes across the Midwest and signing.up to receive information on your mobil
All Floridians should take the opportunity to If you already have a family and business dis- Hurricane Sanidy',hich devastated parts of the device. Here are a few agencies that offer tim -
review family and business emergency plans aster plan and supply kit, now is the time to Northeiast and was the second-largest Atlantic ly information: FDEM, FEMA, American Re "
and restock disaster supply kits. review, recycle and restock for 2013. If you are strm on record. Cross, National Weather Service.
"National Hurricane Preparedness Week is an creating your first disaster plan and supply kit, The Federal Emergency Management Make a-family emergency plan so yolh
excellent opportunity for all Floridians to review use the information and tips at floridadisaster.,org Agency (FEMA) and the Florida Division of know how you would communicate with and
plans and prepare for the upcoming hurricane for help. You can also find information and activ- Emergency Management (FDEM) are encour- find your loved ones when a disaster stfiked.
season," said FDEM Director Bryan W. Koon. "I ities for kids at kidsgetaplan.com., aging everyone to Resolve to be Ready in 2013 Think about how you would reach your kids at
urge all Florida's residents and visitors to go to The Atlantic Hurricane Season runs until by committing to emergency preparedness. school or your spouse at work. If you had to evac-
floridadisaster.org to Get A Plan and learn how Nov. 30. For more information on the Florida By making a resolution to take a few simple uate, where would you go? Thinking this
to protect themselves and their families from a Division of Emergency Management visit, steps in advance, people can minimize the impact through in advance will make a big difference.
disaster.". www.FloridaDisaster.org. Follow us on Twitter of an emergency on their families, homes and Build two emergency supply kits one
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric at @FLSERT and on 'Facebook at businesses. Visit www.ready.gov/resolve or for home and one for the car that includ',
Association (NOAA) released its annual outlook www.Facebook.com/FloridqSERT and www.listo.gov, which includes free information, water, food and first aid supplies to help yoth
for the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season, and- www.Facebook.com/KidsGetAPlan. checklists and guidelines about how to put survive if you lose power or are stranded in
together a kit and make a plan. your car.


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Yulee Middle School eighth graders who made all A's for all three years of middle
school receive congratulations from Principal Jeremy Boatright and Assistant Principal
Amanda Cooper, above. From left are Cooper, Taylor Allen, Samantha Cavasin, Joey
Medley, Madison Moore, Hannah Messenger and Boatright.
Boatright, above left, thanks Beth and Paul Clark for their support of programs at
his school. Paul Clark Ford received the 26th annual Commissioner's Business
Recognition Award. Paul Clark donated money for Yulee Middle School basketball
teams as well as funds for its IND classes. These funds were used for activities and
supplies.
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Do you like your spirits bottled or mystical?
Musings, opinions, observa- General your Fourth of July, then third phone number listed a
tions, questions, and random Banastre Thursday, June 6 head over to Gennaro's in St. Pete Beach,
thoughts on island life, Tarlton; a the Crab Trap on North and when I went to that web- There is ver little aboutAtlanta we miss
Fernandina Beach and more: mother, Second Street downtown for site the logo was identical toery little wemi
There're a lot of bars and father and a the "last gasp" fundraiser put the one here, but no one since moving here except the
restaurants where you can child that on by the Historic Fernandina answered their either, and wide variety ofethnic restaurants
find spirits on our island, and drowned, all Business Association. again there was no way to
there's a few where the spirits who appar- A percentage of the proceeds leave a message. The St. Pete
come in two forms in a bot- ently occupy go to the pyrotechnic affair, location's site says -
tle or through psychic room 12; you can buy special T-shirts "Gennaro's, with only one music wafting over the diners cheddars, smoked gouda,
encounters, or so I am told. DAVE'S and an inter- and, if you haven't been to location, has been a St Pete and a warm spring breeze Huntsman Stilton Double
Ashley Field, who heads an WORLD rogator from Choo Choo Germano's Beach family-owned favorite combined with the food and Glouster and many, many
organization called Spirit _. __ one of the eatery in a while, it'll give you for over 25 years." The phrase excellent service is an experi- more. Canadian-born Bill
Hunters of the South, recently iwars that an opportunity to see the ter- "with only one location" is in ence you'll want to repeat Mertens and his Dominican
visited the Florida House and DavidN. influenced rific renovations he's made to bold face so I guess they've often. But here's a tip. Sunday Republic-born wife Yamilka
claims she talked to a number Scott the area, the upstairs "sunset bar," said "arrivederci" to Amelia brunch can get crowded so fled New York City and Bill's
of guests there, including among one of the coziest places in Island. They'll be missed. give them a try on Saturday pressure cooker Wall Street
some who.have never regis- many unidentified others. She town to have a drink and a ** and if you're one of those job to settle irito their
tered and are apparently stiff- wants to come back this fall meal. Call 'em at 261-4749. And speaking of places lucky locals whose weekdays Norman' Rockwell existence
ing management for their and conduct a larger investi- Oh, if you can't make it we've missed, it appears the are not interrupted by a here and I know a lot of folks
room and board. Following gation and apologized if she Thursday, CBC National Galley Bar & Grill (formerly pesky job, then go any day for locally who pack forks and
her stay shelsent a note to stirred up spirit activity that Bank on South 14th Street Marker.13) located at the breakfast or lunch. The new. knives who are very glad they
innkeeper Emily Sands, now may be annoying others, has set up a special fireworks Amelia Island Yacht Basin, bike trail runs.behind the did. You will be too once you
describing how she and her but claims that's always the account. Just mention HFBA just before you cross Shave restaurant and we noticed give them a try. They're open
traveling companion used a fallout following her investiga- Fireworks and they'll take Bridge to exit the island, will more than just a few dis- weekdays at 8 a.m. and. on
digital recorder and.some- tions so ignore the "boo's" in care of you. open around June 3, or that is mounting for lunch during a weekends-at 9 a.m. and for
thing she calls an SP-7 Spirit. your room. In April she inves- * the date owner Walt Gossett recent visit. Also, if our server dinner Wednesday through
Box, which she describes as tigated the Palace-Saloon and It appears that Gennaro's is hoping the myriad state and Jamie Venddla hadn't been so Sunday. They close at 6 p.m.
"a radio that scans each fre- I'm willing to bet that many of Ristorante & Italiano Pizzeria local permits will all be busy she's the kind of person Monday and Tuesday. Call
quency at a very high rate of the Palace poltergeists com- has shuttered its 5472 First stamped, reviewed, approved, we would want joining us at 'em at 261-8973 or go to their
speed creating perpetual plained that they had been Coast Highway location and scrutinized, analyzed, pas- our table, so if you go, ask for website and scan the menu at
white noise that allows 'real Tasered by the local cops on moved on. Folks hereabouts teurized, canonized, homoge- this pleasant pro. I started www.gourmetgourmetfood.
time' data," whatever that more than one occasion. Go tell me that it has closed and nized, certified, petrified, with a creamy full-of-crabs com.
means. During their stay she to www.spirithunter.us to find when I call the two numbers sanctioned, blessed, endorsed crab bisque, finished it off in a * *
inventoried the Florida House out more. listed on their website nobody and whatever else those silly; hurry and then tucked into There is very little about
spooks saying they include * answers and there was no little bureaucrats with their the Black Forest Ham & Brie Atlanta we miss since
British Revolutionary War If you like fireworks with way to leave a message. A thin ties and skinny briefcas- sandwich that comes on toast- moving here a couple ot years
es need to do to them. These ed whole wheat bread and ago except the wide variety of
L r are my words and not Walt's also includes saut6ed apple ethnic restaurants we used to
-H p U |in case anybody in and onion and maple mustard frequent along that city's
SU Tallahassee or the county can baked onto the bread. A Buford Highway, a funky strip
read'and are glancing at this, crunchy half sour.dill pickle that boasts Ethiopian,
Hundreds of people rely on our Library every but it mystifies me that our accompanied the sandwich. -Turkish, Korean, Indian,
day. They research colleges, scholarships, tax dollars feed this bureau- Wife Linda started with a Laotian, Vietnamese and
careers, businesses; do homework, learn V cratic baloney, whose only .house salad consisting of other diverse eateries. We
new skills, trace-their ancestors, enrich their purpose appears to be to mixed greens, carrots, toma- particularly miss the
lives. But this vital resource greatly needs make it as.difficult as possible to, red onion, sprouts, pine Vietnamese cuisine but were
more space, updating and renovations. for a small-businessman to nuts and gorgonzola with a fortunate enough acouple
succeed. Or am I overreact- house balsamic dressing ... a weeks ago to. discoverPho
That's why we're working with Fernandina ing? But I'm in a hurry huge salad for just six bucks. Viet, a tiny, spanking clean
Beach and Nassau County to make our because I saw with my own She then ordered Eggs family run place in Mayport
Library bigger and better. Your help is needed eyes the smoker that Walt will Sardou, from the weekend where we were delighted to
too. The Friends of the Library is raising* be using to prepare The special menu, a dish that find the same savory Pho :
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FRIDAY, MAY 31,2013 OPINION News-Leader 7A




NEWS In a word, we were gobsmacked
Sr hat do you get when you cross d behemoths packed with giant Fionn MacCool and Scottish giant
[LEAE three Australians, two Canadians, V'4 HH^1 other travelers whose names Benandonner decided to have a go at each





d be and orm. Een I an aned syou might never recall. By other and hurled massive hexagonal basalt
R.. PUBLISHER backward and upside dowAmericans? Music, laughrney Castle hedgerow that brushe end of the siday, all 11 of the bus and boulders into the sea in order to reach one
jokes, friendship and a busload of, as the Irish lazeaknew each other's names and another. The real story isn't nearly as interest-
FLORIDAS OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER say, craic. Pronounced crack, it's the natilve countries ing.
ESTABLISHED IN 1854 Irish expression for loads of fun and good Our took us fdriver/guide was a In Derry, we wallow ke top of its massive
times. young Dubliner named wall and heard stories about The Troubles





The News-Leader is published with pride weekly The Irish have lots of memorable words Paddy (Patrick) Conneely, or from a local guide in a pouring down rain. It
for the people of Nassau County by Community and phrases. The one I like best is gobs- in the native rish tongue, rains a wee bit in Ireland, so-called soft Irish
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe macked. I heard a lad in a pub one evening tell ooPaddy 0 Coghaile. Paddy is weather. In Belfast, we were mesmerized by
that srong newspapers build strong commun a pal that he was positively gobsmacked." Jwasn't thrOE a rare find. In addition to the Titanic exhibit at the old Harland and






community-oriented newspaprs i ie te ounr y is our guide what it meant music aficionado and endless born.f
will be accomplished through the teamwork of He explained that it means being astounded, Joe Palmer font of fascinating legends, All along the way, we delighted in the chat-
professionals dedicted to the tuth, integrity quadecided to make it a family event, so my broth- acr almost speechless myths and history, he's a ty, friendly people of Ireland, where everyone




ity and hard work. Our ish vacation was all we dreamed it skilled negotiator of Ireland's narrow, windn from your cabby to your pub tender has a
would be and moe. Even though I leaned over ways, where one side is cliffs, the other side is story to share.
SR. A .. r up o lr l ro that brushes the side of the bus and One of my favorite experiences was an
MICHAEL PARNELL. TO and kissed the mous Blarney stone, which lazy sheep meander in the road. Ireland does evening with a small grou of oldsters in the
MIKE HANKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR legend says will give one the gift of gab, I still have a few sheep. lobby of Waterfront House, Enniscrone Beach,




ROBERT EG. PRRE R feelt a loss to describe theemerald green Our journe took us from Dublin, down County Sligo. One fellow kept me in stitches.
BOB th columnists andRECibeauty that ioIrelveand nr theookd witty Ih a F through Tippe tCork, Killarney, back ul tho ase he, arting geass, as the song
ANGELINE MUDD people. So all I can say is, in a word; we were the wild, windswept western seaboard from cheerful and efficient innkeeper the next

SIAN PRRY A rthir on DmpanycalR Wespent two weeks there and it wasn't througe imposerick and the haunting, stark Collins. He's rather famous, you know." Ray



Sreflctt a nearly e and. It cates to all oups of travelers collascape of Ce Burren, Galway, the regal was the of a narby small town and is
and explore the country on our own. Then we Connemara region Mayo, Sligo, Donegal, now a town councilor and his colorful charac-
SWOOD DNNESTH decided to make it afamily event, so my broth- acss the border into Northern Ireland, ter and demeanor is somewhat of a local leg-
CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT er-in-law and his wife, my sister-in-law and my Antrim, Derry (Londonderry), Belfast and end.
wife and I decided to look for a good tour backtoDublin. Did he sing for you?" Martina asked.







Sumn but this one deserves an exception. We wet, green splendor of Killarney National pint"
he viewsprssed by thecolumnists and. nixed goingit ourselves and hooked upwith a Forest, the stirring, towering Cliffs of Moher Fill to me the parting glass, as the song





letter writ on thispge re their own companycalled Drifwoodagabond T s of to theimposing Gians Causeway o the goes. Ah, Ray. hardly knew ye. But'tis lea-
and do notnecessarily relea the viewsof Ireland. It caters to small groups of travelers coastline of County Antrim, that, according to ing me gobsmiacked y'did.

















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siented up t aigh browe b Yourr reporting oftS hke ec ) [ oOf[Tas[y'_ Fresh !
f endd tabig ma ae much e thinste tha t we d *in the- edca ':
dHele say's COMMUNITYHH A P C NKS







Swhe fiurt time waestaw ralitude to ayo and your writer, '
S he ittle cat she was Heather Perry, for featuring PK.'s o M i n
Son our backl step in Bike iShop in the business columnU I 1-
a Carrollton, Ga., barely of your May 22,News-Leader.Ms. at I T T,



able to sit up straight Perry's reporting of this "obike e EE t E -



A couaple of days prior, we shop with a purpose" has gen er-l
had efriended a-big mama cat ated much interest in the educa-'







we amed Savannah and we tion of students with disabilities "-



suspted it ws she who an d, specifically, with what c uniouey
brought this new one do ur way. challenges a chid with



NEWS Her hewhite fur was soft as a lissencephaly faces on a day to day
RO rabit, accented with ab ro asis. Your reorting of some of
VIEWS saddle and tail, a partial brown te things that e do nlead the
mask and dark ears. Her eyes Participatory Classroom at
were big and blue, though one Fernandina BeachHigh Scho ol




eterA was cloudy and the other crust- gave peopleor and better understand-
ed over. ing that all children, regardless of









t as ed to we t ook her to a vet- disability, are held to high expec-
erinarian to have her examined and spayed, he. tations of a Common Core cur-








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one fmaining ytooth. n allowiunto sup rmenttheiinstruc- re ti i



th an eyedropper, but expressing an interest in d onat- an outstanding success. Wd e are Crab Trap, Florida House Inn Humane Shociety has found homes
Sshape, he didn'xpect ing on la iat arl portion of thrilled to announce thatwe ased estaurantIalftime Sports Bar & for more than 275 cats and dogs.
theheir renal goss to this d class more tha $20,00 for ou r no-kill Gril The Hay T ae to We are only abe o a is
vet ho he was dealing wi and herth. room! animal shelter! Moreth 200 rtyard Caf& BBQ, Hola this with the generous suppt of
approbably for the ong trip We can cialy, e l d guestsjoined us for t wihtipre-al sure- CbanIe alandnTime Premium odr co nit
withd as sops oon as or got with anYour aappreciative f business ly be an annual event, enjoying ren ogurtJoe's 2n St As we look forward to the
foa blue to drtowp eler inand set and parents like Paul Pisani Rentawho delightful food items prepared and Bistr, Maribona Seafood reItaliaistaurant, future, ard our new animal yeare, Nassau
her mouth every hour wihealth an eyedropper, but expressing an interestus in doathe served by 15 of dontown are CrO'Kane's Irih Pub & Eatery, e Humane Society hasre excitefound at the
night, either my delivery of ali gross to this cls more tan $20,0 fsre urant Pe n Res Gr, The Hapato We retuniy bto elp eeaomlmoi
That vethad no idea who he was de taling witheth.children of Nassa County. eah paired with a speially selet- Pecan Roll Bakery, Hoa this with thmeless animals. To learn more

held the little cat in my lap for theon care regimen We cannot FBHS P articipatory erage. sfowha Champion and Southern Wine andum our capommunitalcay. paign to build
froovement incrthe animal hospital and as soon as e got d.with and appreciative of business y Our heartfelt gratitude is and Republic Distributors; each a new shelter, please ook forwardisit
ee rapped her ined spirit weand set d exte parentsde d to the Florida House Inn person that purchaseafood a ticket; www.nassauhum anesociety.comalres-
erbout nursing her back to health. support us And trust usfor in the serinviting us to use their amazing the 45 volunteers who conPub & 'Eatery, cue centerwe are excited at the491-1511.


All that daynd long into thwe assumed sher my delivery of quality ucation to Fernandina's forheent;restaurspon- their time xicand taurlent to the opportunity to help eveman,more
of the tter.Whether On behalfdren of the Nassau sors, First Federal with a sp eially select- Peent;an Roll the mo re than 30 bus- Eens animals. To learn more
.uid baby vitamins and broth to the cae regimen FHS Participatory 'erage. Champion Bands; Southern Wine and our capital campaign t build
she following day, her improvement increased Program Our heartfelt gratitude. is and Republic Distributors; each' a new shelter, please -visit



vnnh's oter or not, we never knew. Humane Society, we would like to Florida Ptiblic Utilities and the nesses and individuals that Board of Directors
ef the first degree. She thank the hundreds of supporters News-Leader, the participating donated for our live and silent auc- Brandy Carvalo,
e d e dagainst yourfaceand who helped to make the first testaurants, Arte Pizza, Caf6 tions. E xecutive Director
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Throughthe pat 1h yeashrs thof my m Shusband'saihre'ten It l ig e er cie
disabtyed nwigconstant companion, his he~ h I was elected 2012 from the. -
,G ci up bside him on the couch, i sheriff my commoit- v year before.
ring spot cSa aor poking her nose w ment to this commu- In Nassau Crime will always occur when there's opportunity
don ith tto lick up the last few nity was to make the County, we and there's someone willing to comm nit the crime.
os.l ofthen m i ank with his evening Sheriff's Office rore acconsi o -experienced a e y i int n th o unity.
owes able, responsible and ransparent f 6.4 percent The key S eliminatif theopportunity.
ha a oe c st year when she spent while' maintaining a professionmdil, m reduction in
So ura un r'the bed, barely eating efficient and effective workforce. reported .
hr rinkir e o rnin ough that bout all right While any organization can only index crimes rapidly respond to a repoi-ted our community as safe as possi-
nbon ha on h sar old self. be as good as its members, this last year com- increase in crime, or deploy as a ble.
ut I 'erdy were numbered when is especially true for law enforce- Leeper n pared with deterrent in places that experi- To realize positive results
Sbea fretn re the kitty box was ment. Citizens have the'right to e2011. ence repeat criminal activity. The requires widespread commit-
gd strte doppin wht. expect the highest standards of A number overarching component of intel- ment from the moen and women
thos lapt lc sig fwas when she took to integrity and commitment from of initiatives are working in con- ligence-led policing is to focus of law enforcement, the mem-
ci up with Sa h r at night. The two were those who take the oath to pro- cert to effect this remarkable onri the prolific offenders who bers ofthe local judicial system
rae in that c s years they lived with tect and serve. Law enforcement crime reduction, the cornerstone continue to victimize this com- with whom we work, and the citi-
des Hlen spt watted at the larger cat officers have the responsibility to of which is our new intelligence- munity essentially working to zens of this community. We are-
op beside her, I took it as earn the trust and respect of our led policing philosophy, which ensure the small number of committed to expanding on
assigse 'bel uk s soon. tm community each day. we are moving toward. The over- criminals who are committing these initiatives and plan to do
Aer pre'fusing both food In today's tough economic li- all goal is to enhance pro-active the bulk of our crime don't so by sustaining a well-educated,
agrcently, by that after- mate many organizations are try- policing efforts and further the have the opportunity to re- multifaceted professional work-
husband took losing his ing to do more with less, this is positive outcomes of law- offend or are incarcerated if they force.
och b Er dSavannah meowed loud- especially true with law enforce- enforcement actions to reduce do so. This agency greatly appreci-
a Helen into his lap to ment: The Nassau sheriff's office crime and protect the communi- Crime will always occur when ates the support of our county
away, but then climbed has recently maintained the num- ty. This concept involves analy- there's opportunity and there's commission, the local legislative
ce as he wept. ber of law-enforcement deputies sis-based direction for the opera- someone willing to commit the delegation and the citizens and
Wside our back step, at 1.29 per 1,000 citizens, which tors in the field and the crime. The key is eliminating the businesses that haveformed a
d blue towel. Our little is well below the state average detectives ivorking cases, but opportunity through education crime prevention partnership
abodei le t out her in it and her ratio of 1.65 for all 67 Florida includes all members of the and reducing the number of-indi- with law enforcement. By work-
issed at snack time. sheriff'soffices and also below agency in the even bigger task of viduals who are willing to com- ing together to make public safe-
type@fbnewsleadercom the national average for all law consistent, quality information mit crimes through tough laws ty a priority, hopefully this crime,
enforcement agencies of 2.5 offi- sharing. Information that can be and penalties for their actions. reduction trend can continue
cers per capita. analyzed and made "actionable" No matter what the numbers and we will maintain the quality
m Send letters by e-mail On May 16, Gov. Rick Scott for crime reduction, disruption show (high or 10w), all law of life we expect in Nassau
eder.com or mail letters announced that Florida's crime or prevention is the essence of enforcement agencies must con- County.
to: Letters to the Editor Pp. Box 766. Fernandina rate was at its lowest point in 42 intelligence-led policing. tinue to share information and Bill Leeper is Nassau County
Beach, FL 32035, On-line at fbnewsleader.com years and down 6.5 percent in In short, law enforcement can work together in order to make Sheriff.




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Gullah Geechee heritage plan aproved

The Gullah Geechee Cultural
Heritage Corridor Management Plan M
has officially been approved by the 'There's a growing understanding and acceptance dat Arlyse and Gill McDowell
Office of the Secretary of the Interior, of Fernandina Beach are cele-
making it an official document with Gullah Geechee mean a lot! that is. that Gullah Geechee brating 45 years of marriage.
which to begin implementation of proj- culture and heritage are indeed significant to our They were married June 9,
ects and programs. h eri sigic. 1968, in Livingston, N.J. She
The Gullah Geechee Cultural American fabric. is the former Arlyse
Heritage Corridor, established by feder- RONALD DAISE, CAIRAN, GULLAHGEECEE CULTURAL ERITAGE CORRIDOR Mr. and Mrs. McDowell Sherman.
al legislation in 2006, is the only one of
49 National Heritage Are'as that pro-
motes the living culture of an African CAMPUS NOTES
American population. It spans the Rohald Daise, chairman of the Gullah a growing understanding and accept-
coastal communities from Wilmington, Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor, ance 'dat Gullah Geechee mean a lot!',
N.C., through South Carolina and said, "We are overjoyed that the Gullah that is, that Gullah Geechee culture and 0 Valdosta State Univer- 0 Katie Elaine Burford, a
Georgia, to St Augustine here in Geechee Corridor's Management Plan heritage are indeed significant to our sity has announced the names resident of Fernandina
Florida. finally has been approved! It's a day American fabric. There are many who of students from spring 2013 Beach, has been recognized
"Please accept my congratulations on we've been awaiting for a very long stand ready 'fa jine we,' that is, join who have met all qualifica- among more than 2,000 stu-
the successful planning process that the time. Commissioners are ready to part- hands with us to develop programs.and tions for graduation. More dents from Valdosta State
heritage area partners have accom- ner withgrassroots and civic organiza- ideas that will promote education, docu- than 1,200 have been recog- University who made the
plished," wrote signatory Rachel tions, state and local governments, busi- mentation and preservation, and eco- nized for receiving their asso- spring 2013 dean's list.
Jacobson, principal deputy assistant sec- nesses and individuals to implement nomic development among Gullah ciate's, bachelor's or master's Students who achieve a
retary for Fish and-Wildlife and Parks. programs that will empower and enlight- Geechee people and within Gullah degrees. semester grade point average
".I share your vision for the corridor, en Gullah Geechee people to sustain the Geechee communities. These are the Blakely Cannon Arnspiger of 3.5 or higher on nine or
in which we may jointly create an envi-' culture." three areas in which prospective part- of Fernandina Beach received more semester hours with an
ronment that celebrates the legacy and The Gullah Geechee Commission ners should strive to develop their part- a bachelor of science in edu- institutional GPA of 3.0 or
continuing contributions of the Gullah began developing the management plan nership applications. cation, early childhood educa- higher are recognized by
Geechee people." in 2008 and completed it in 2012. From Partnership applications to the tion. being placed on the dean's
U.S. House Assistant Democratic information gathered during 21 public Gullah Geechee Commission are avail- Emily Winn Manken of list Developmental Studies,
Leader James E. Clyburn (D-SC), cred- engagement meetings throughout the able online at the corridor's website, Fernandina Beach earned a' transients and graduate stu-
its his efforts toward the creation of the corridor in 2009, commissioners formed www.gullahgeecheecorridor.org, and in bachelor of business adminis- dents are not eligible for
Gullah Geechee Corridor as the most the plan's approach and framework. management plan documents at public tration, marketing. dean's list status.
popular bill he has sponsored. "Their "In the words of an old spiritual;cur- libraries throughout the corridor.
efforts have already broughttiremen- i rent:and fortmer Commissioners and Applications may be submitted online or
dous attention to the Gullah Geechee NPS Community Specialist Michael' mailed'to: GGCHCC, 284-A King Street,
culture, and this plan will serve as a Allen -who initially served as Gullah Charleston, SC 29424. The dates of the MIITARY NEWSo
blueprint to not only educate people Geechee Coordinator have been initial application review period will be
about the culture, but also to ensure its 'workin on a buildin, wit a firm founda- announced following the commission's N Navy Seaman Recruit Navy Seaman Recruit
sustainability for future generations." tion' for years now;" said Daise. "There's November quarterly meeting.' Sean A. McGrath, a 2012 Christopher Rumsey, a 2011
graduate of Yulee High graduate of Fernandina
School, recently completed Beach High School, recently
U.S. Navy basic training at completed U.S. Navy basic .
S Recruit Training Command, training at Recruit Training
SSE V E TO OT E Great Lakes, Ill. Command, Great Lakes, Ill..
SDuring the eight-week pro- During the eight-week pro-
o Igram, McGrath completed a gram, Rumsey completed a
:-variety of training, wich variety of training, which
o fA IA included classroom study and included classroom study and
practical instruction on naval practical instruction on naval
customs, first aid, firefighting, customs, first aid, firefighting,
t mwater safety and survival and water safety and survival and
t mt shipboard and aircraft safety. shipboard and aircraft safety.
An emphasis was also placed An emphasis was also placed
on physical fitness. on physical fitness.
o The capstone event of boot The capstone event of boot
camp is "Battle Stations."This camp is "Battle Stations."This
Public participation is exercise gives recruits the exercise gives recruits the
sought for an effort to des- skills and confidence they skills and confidence they
ignate an additional portion need to succeed in the fleet. need to succeed in the fleet.
of SR AlA as a scenic and "Battle Stations" is "Battle Stations" is
historic highway under the designed to galvanize the designed to galvanize the
Florida Scenic Highways basic warrior attributes of sac-, basic warrior attributes of sac-
Program. The proposal rifice, dedication, teamwork rifice, dedication, teamwork
seeks an extension of the and endurance in each recruit and endurance in each recruit
existing "Historic and through'the practical applica- through the practical applica-
Scenic Highway A1A" from tion of basic Navy skills and tion of basic Navy skills and
its ending point at, the'St. i the core values of honor the core values of honor,
Johns Cqunty-Iine~through courage and commitfi'it~U'1cF3dfie andiRmmitment.
Duval County and the distinctly "Navy" flavor was distinctly "Navy" flavor was
Jacksonville Beaches to designed to take into account designed to take into account
Amelia Island. what it means to be a sailor, what it means to be a sailor.
The purpose of the
Florida Scenic Highways
Program is to protect R nPHOTO BY MELANIE FERREIRA/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER
resources along the route, Recently, the Fernandina Beach Rotary Club welcomed Fernandina Beach High
promote tourism and posi- School; Interact Club members Jacob Hoffer, Katy Lawson, Tessa Pirkola and OM NIREBORN
tive experiences for travel- Isabella Sheffield, above with Rotary Club Past President Shannon Brown. Iawson
ers and to encourage pub- said Interact a Rotd.y sponsored club for students ages 14 to 18 emphasizes
lic and private investment. service as its primary goal. The club raises money selling Krispy Kreme Donuts and
The meeting is open to other fundraisers to support local and international projects. This year, they filled
the public as this group 22 shoe boxes with school supplies, small toys' and more for Project Christmas'
works on details needed Child to give to children in need all over the world. Their biggest local project is the
forthe state designation of Annual Kids Fun Day in Central Park. This was the 13th year of the free carnival '
a Scenic Coastal Highway, that more than 300 kids enjoyed. The club also raised $150 for a Russian orphan-
just as St. Johns and age, volunteered at the Katie Ride, performed roadside cleanups with the Rotary..
Flagler counties have done Club'and raised funds foi Southside Elementary by parking cars during the Shrimp
for 73 miles of coastal high- Festival. Katy thanked the Rotary Club for its 47 years of sponsorship and said
way. Interact looks forward to working with the club on many.new projects next year.
Chairman of the group,
Elaine Brown, said, 'This
protect and celebrate one
of the most beautiful high- g te
ways in Florida."
The first public meeting Members of the has participated in this event at Nemours Childr en's Clinic
to discuss the program will Fernandina Beach Fire for several years. Their goal and Mayo Clinic for those
be held in Nassau County Department will hit the this year is to reach $4,500 diagnosed with any of the 43
at 6 p.m. Monday at the streets to fill their fire boots for MDA. The International neuromuscular diseases coy-
American Beach with donations to benefit the Association of Fire Fighters ered by MDA.
Community Center, 1600 Musctlar Dystrophy is a National Sponsor of For inforimation about the
Julia St. Association (MDA). MDA, and thousands of fire- "Fill the Boot" campaign or
Call Elaine Brown at Firefighters will collect fighters nationwide have MDA, contact Lauren
(904) 318-5904 if you have donations at the intersection been contributing to MDA in Herringdine at the
any questions and to find of Sadler and 14th Street various capacities since 1954. Jacksonville District office at
out how you can be today, June 7 and June 14. MDA medical services (904) 296-7434, or visit
involved. The city Fire Department are available in'Jacksonville www.mda .org.


O Gary Frobea, regional VP of Omni Hotels and Resorts,
W l o e t.Stephen Rosenstock, senior VP of Omni Hotels, Tim
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:Ben Franklin's virtues. POLICS IN BREF
Chamber ladsAdkins Liberty Dwelers
_ A few years ago, someone without fail what common or avoidable. uAAd lberty
asked my father-in-law whom he you resolve. 12) CHASTITY. Rarely use ven- State Rep. Janet H. Adkins of "Agenda 21, Smart Meters, The
most admired. His immediate 5) FRUGALI- ery but for health or offspring, Fernandina Beach received an "A" on Truth About Banking in America and
response was Benjamin Franklin. TY. Make no never to dullness, weakness, or the the Florida Chamber of Commerce What in the world is Genetically
He went on to state that he expense but to do injury of your own or another's Legislative Report Card. Modified Food?"
ladmired the 13 virtues that good to others or peace or reputation. "Small business is the heart of Join fellow patriots from across
-.Franklin professed to be his yourself; i.e., 13) HUMILITY. Imitate Jesus Florida recovery, and strengthening Nassau County for a discussion of all
approach to life. Having just been waste nothing. and Socrates. our climate for small business the important issues the mainstream
with my in-laws here in North 6) INDUSTRY. The colloquial descriptions may owners is the key to long-term media ignores plus reports on what
Carolina and thinking of a topic Lose no time; be be a little challenging, but the 13 growth. Of the 8,000 votes taken that the city and county governments are
this week, the 13 virtues came to KEFFER S always employed virtue topics are pretty straightfor- were reviewed by the Florida up to as well.
mind. CORNER in something use- ward. Many of you have degrees of Chamber, I was proud to stand with Liberty Dwellers are scheduled to
Most of our New Year's resolu- *, ful; cut off all familiarity with this multiple- the chamber 100 percent of the meet at the Fernandina Beach
-tions went up in smoke the first unnecessary faceted man and have seen his time when it mattered most," said Airport, 700 Airport Road, on
quarter of 2013. If, like me, you Rick Keffer, actions. virtues. For you a refresher if you Adkins. Thursday at 2:30 p.m. Information
could use a mid-year jumpstart, 7) SINCERI- desire. Many others know of the The Legislative Report Card is cal- about Liberty Dwellers can be found
"these virtues are worth reflecting 'TY. Use no hurtful deceit; think man, but may be intrigued by his culated annually by the Florida at www.LibertyDwellers.com.
on. They were written in 1726 innocently and justly, and, if you ability to prioritize life at such a Chamber of Commerce. The chamn- For information contact Michele
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1) TEMPERANCE. Eat not to efits that are your duty. Kids are out of school and will businesses. A grade of "A" indicates a Local Democrats meet each
dullness. Drink not to elevation. 9) MODERATION. Avoid be all over our roadways and side member's steadfast support of eco- Wednesday at noon for an informal
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have their places; let each part of no uncleanliness in body, clothes, Yulee. He invites questions orposi- prosper here in Florida. I have made Democratic headquarters is open,
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10A NEWS- LEADER/FERNANDINA BEACH. FLORIfA

v FOOTBALL BATTLE FOR THE BEACH


Pirates,


Hornets

winners

The Fernandina Beach
High School football team
defeated Baldwin 20-6 May 21
in a spring scrimmage.
"Very, very proud bf.our
players and our staff," said
Travis Hodge, head football
coach at FBHS. "We need to
continue to work in the sum-
mer to build on this. We still
have a long road ahead and a
very, very tough schedule
this year. But.we're at leaston
the right road."
Yulee's Hornets were also
victorious. They defeated
Nease 14-10 May 24 in three
quarters. The junior varsity k-, ,
squads tied 14-14 in the ,.
fourth quarter.
Austen Wagrier threw two
touchdown passes, one for' 75
yards to Aaron Cliftonind a
57-rarder to Ironne 0oley,
'The offensive line was led
by Nathan Hforle, Jed Marsh
and Kenny Gammons, accor-
dng to YHS Coach Bobby
Ramsay. Defensive standouts
included Zane Cruz, Spencer
Acosta, Morgan Sutton, Gary
Deveaux and RJ. Adams.
Tristyn Bennett had a pass'
interception.
"I was pleased with the
effort," Ramsay said. "Otiur
defense played very, very
well. Offense showed we
have playmakers but.we left
too many points on the field.
We did not convert inside the
20 twice.
"We're headed in the right
direction but we have to keep
momentum going through
the summer if we want to
have the kind of year that we
are capable of in the fall. Th Thunder Cats, a local
I .,,,Ias ex itedttosee,a lot '
-of young players and inexpe- "the Never Quit Battle fori
rienced players do well. It was the Beach. May 4 in
encouraging to play welltwith Jacksonriville Beach. The
at least six starters out also. team includes, left, Blake
Our staff dida great job this Rowland, Jason Rowland,
spring. Hopefully this carries Carolyn Peeples, Bryan
on." Peeples,.'Todd Moyer and
'Jeremy Metts. The battle,
Sfeatured six-person co-ed
FISHIN teams in physical fitniess.
challenges, including a
half-mile ocean swim
(Carolyn Peeples, above
Bassrnasters syg i
st. left, and Moyer, above),
50-mneter low soft sand
hold to rney beach crawl, 1,000 pus..
h ups, 1,000 sit-ups, 500,
The Nassau Bassmasters pull-ups (Blake Rowland,
will hold its 29th annual kids Jason Rowland andMoyer,
fishing tournamentJune 8 at top from left) and a 50-
Wilcox Pond in Nassauville meter low soft sand beach
Donations are being accept- crawl to the finish line.
ed. Bethany Hamilton, the
For information, contact young surfer who lost her
Rick Dopson at (904) 866- arm to a shark attack,
7720 or Roger Linville at appeared at the event.
"(904) 334-7931 SUBMITEDPHOTOS



54 ladiescompetein nine-hole LOLtourny
The Golf Club at North
Hampton recently held its
second Ladies On the Links
(LOL) with 54 ladies playing
in the nine-hole twilight
event.
Winners for the May event
were Kathy Strychowski,
Johnnie Enter, Nancy Pollo~k,.
Yvonne Treska and Cardlee
Zdants. ...
The next LOL will be at
5:30 p.m. June 19. Entry is ,
open to members and guests.
Call the Golf Shop at 548-0000
information and to sign up.
The Golf Club at North .
Hampton will be hosting its.
annual summer junior golf
camps in June and July.
The camps will cover all
phases of the game of golf .
designed around a fun envi- ,
ronment and will be conduct-
ed by Director of Golf Ed SUBMITTD PHOLOS
Tucker and Head Golf Winners for the May event at North Hampson were, left, Kathy Strychoweki, Johnnie Enter, Nancy Pollock, Yvonne Treska and Carolee Zdanis.
Professional Rachel Also competing were, right, Andrea Alexander, Megan Milburn, Head Golf Professional Rachel Reynoldson and Suzanne Welker.
Reynoldson. -:
The cost is $99 per child
and camp dates are June 17- division low gross winner Art monthly son for the city course. more exciting for the gallery enth hole against B.J MurpIy.
19, June 24-26, July 8-10, July Packard 83 and low netwin- Queen of Tees, Playing the event at the to watch. This was Inboden's first wiji
22-24.and July 29-31. Camp ner Shelvick Nelson 61. competed May Fernandina Beach Golf Club Playing the west course coming in as runner-up in 1e
days begin at 8:30 a.m. and The next members series 20 against one were Jearinette Cayouette,. one golfer was eliminated on last two years.
end at 11:30 a.m. Call 548- event will be June 22 and will another in a Nancy Inboden, Sherril each hole; in event of a tie on Inboden was coroneted:
0000 to sign up. be a two-man Pinehurst for- queen shoot- Boyer, Jayne Paige, Sue a hole there was a chip-off to the new Queen of Tees by,
The Golf Club at North mat. out to deter- Lopiano, Jean Taylor, Nancy determine the winner of the Jeanette Cayouette, the rei -
Hampton recent May nmem- 'mine who Meadows and B.J. Murphy. hole. ing queen, atta brunch folloW -
bers event winners were blue Inboden would'be This year was unique The winner was deter- ing the tompetition.
tee division low gross winner CCR OI o crowned the because each player could mined at the 7th hole. Nancy Inboden will reign as tl
Mark Ellison 73, low net win- Eight golfers,who each. new Queen of have a caddie of their choice, Inboden won the event in a Queen ofTees for the 2013-4
ner Fred Steiner 68; white tee had previously won the Tees for the 2013-14 golf sea- which made the event even chip-offplayoff on the sewv season.




FRIDAY. MAY 31.2013 SPORTS News-Leader' Ill


THANKS, TROOPS SPORTS SHORTS

E lm.1tneisebal Outboard Marine and Redmond Yachts; Let's
Roll will be onsite with Laser Tag and bouneM
Elm Street Little League is offering T-bal house activitiesl; Nuts and Bolt Fishing Show
and buddy league baseball for ages 5-8. will be filming two episodes for its television
osRegister at MLK Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. show; food and drinks; mar tours; vehiles


























;~sbenefits the families of U.S. military men and women. Pictured are Tencnis ThansthelJ
rMonday through Friday, starting next week. on display; other marine-related businesses;













l ltransportation to and from the barbecue com-
Cost is $25. For information, contact Wayne transportation to and from th barbecue con -
Peterson 753-1663. petition.
SWelome to the Water on National Marina
S Re.iedSOCCerI'youi Day is produced by the Association of Marina
Amelia Island Alliance Soccer promotes a Industries and Discover Boating. For informa-
Sltnife-long love of the game while developing tion visit www.nationalmarnaday.org or
teamwork, individual responsibility, commit- www.fhmanrna.comi.
ment and leadership through quality training
and appropriate competition. Itc
Cost for the year for a premier player is
$400. Cost to try out is $5. Vida Fitness will host the fifth annual
Tryouts will be held atthe Amelia Island I ndependence 5K at the Omni Amelia Island
'Youth Soccer fields on Bailey Road in Plantation July 4. The 5k race will begin at 8































rrankingstwere the diverse off- alth AmeliareIsloagndned eetnhed N o ni All n an encer ga t he map Is
Femandina Beach at 9 a.m June 1 for U16- a.m. and the one-mile youth fun run will begin
17 boys (Coach Pete Kovalick). at 9 a.m. The start and finish are at the
Racquet Park parking lot next to The
Verandah Restaurant; race meanders through
quality of the lodging, restau- b L the tree-canopied resort at 6800 First Coast
rants, chidAs partof a nationwide observance, Highway.
Fernandina Harbor Marina is celebrating Registration is available online at
Welcome to the Water on National Marina Active.com or at the Health and Fitness
Day June 8. Day's activities include the third Center. Cali Sean at 415-1429oremail
annual boat show by local vendors Ocean seank@vidafitness.net with questions.
SUBMITI'ED
SMaharaj Tennis along with Cliff Drysdale Tennis sponsored a Memorial Day weelkend SUMMER CAMPS
eyent in support of Thanks USA. A "Tennis Thanks the Troops" round robin event was
eld at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation tennis park and more than $2,000.in dona- Yulee Middle School willo7er a summer Pirate volleyball camp will be held June 3-5 at



























i etions Leaewill en its dnarticionts., The Thaoys | 0s2cholr3-5: p ogeram
ons was received fom the 40 participants. The Thanks USA scholarship program basketball camp for boys and girls Fnda- the FBHS gym. Register on the first day of
benefits the families of U.S. military men and women. Pictured are Tennis Thankthe mentals skills and drills camp is June 3-7 camp. Regi-stration begins at 8 a.m. for
.Troops/round robin participants, from left, Cyndee Roberts, Patriot Jerry Gardner, advanced skills and drills is June 10-14 and upcoming fifth- and sixth-graders and ses-
al "Ironman" Barbaro and Mereith Hdge. game skills and strategies June 17-21 from 9- sions will be from 8:30-10 a.m. Registra-tion
10:30 a.m. for incoming sixth graders and is at 10 a.m. for upcoming seventh- and
from 10:30 a.m. to noon for upcoming sev- eighth-graders and sessions are from 10:30
enth and eighth graders. Cost is $25 a week, a.m.-noon. Cost is $45; make checks payable
$50 for two weeks or $75 for all three. to Nassau County School Board. Email
P h The 31st annual Pirate Baseball Camp Shannon.Strumlauf@nassau. k12.f.us.
will be held June 3-7 at the'Fernandina Beach *,The Femandina Beach High School Lady
SOmni Amelia Island Plan- themselves are the visitors: ends like Andre Agassi, the High School baseball stidium. This camp is Pirates will be holding a soccer camp for boys
mtion reigns supreme after they stay at our resort and Williams"sisters, Chris.Evert designed to teach the fundamentals of base- and girls entering second through ninth
the a*ward-winning resort experience the tennis facili- and Maria Sharapova. Man- ball for ages 6-15. Cost is $80 and includes a grades. The camp will be held June 3-6 from
abeceived acclaims as the No. ties, camps and instruction aged by Cliff Drysdale Ten- camp T-shirt. Register campers at the field on. 6-8 p.m. at the YborAlvarez Sports Complex
lTennis Camp in the United first-hand that Omni Amelia nis,.under the leadership of the first day of camp beginning at-8 a.m. Call on Bailey RQad. Cost is $60 and includes
States and the No. 2 Tennis Island Plantation.has to offer Scott Colebouine and Sal 261-6240 (FBHS) or 556-1163. instruction by current and former FBHS Lady
Camp in the World from tennis travelers. There is a lot Barbaro, the resort offers ten- The Fernandina Beach High School Pirate soccer players and certified coaches. A
Tennis Resorts Online, the of competition throughout the nis clinics and personal les- cheerleaders will hold a summer camp from 9 camp T-shirt available while supplies last. Call
web's leading source often- country, and for our resort to' sons for resort guests and a.m. to noonJue 3-7 in Building 22 (behind (904) 335-1103.
nis-travel information. continue to receive such high locals. the middle school), The camp for ages 3-5 is The Pirate Basketball Camp will be held
Also considered in the rankings is quite an honor." For information on the from 9-11 a.m. andthe fee is $65. For chil-. at Femandina Beach High School for boys
rankings were the diverse off- Also recognized as the No. Omni Amelid Island Planta- dren ages 6-12, the camp runs from 9 am. to and girls entering grades 2-9. The camp is
court characteristics, such as; 2 Tennis Resort on Florida's tion, call 1L800-The:Omni or noon and the fee is $75. Registerat 8:30 a.m. from 9 a:m. to noon June 10-13. Fee is $80.
quality of the lodging, restau- East Coast and as a Top 50 visit www.omniameliaisland- on the first day of camp. Regoter first day of camp. Contact Coach
rants, children's programs, Tennis Resorts in the U.S. by plantation.com. The Femandina Beach High School Matt Schreiber at (904) 635-2612.'
value for dollar and other Tennis Magazine, Racquet
:resort amenities. Park is tucked within the Om- e ther t ar
"We are very proud to ni Amelia Island Plantation's
have been recognized withiil sprawling 1,350-acres, which
the tennis industry," says boasts 23 Har-Tru clay
Paul Eckert, general manager courts, three of which are
of Omni Amelia Island Planta- lighted for night play.
tion. "The editors and readers The esort.has hosted leg-,


TENNIS NEWS Fridaye, Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday. Wednesday Thursday
l oa Cu Partly Cwlout5y,, ,.ve~fPartly Cloudy Isolated T-stonrs oAlaslyCl'oioud 6 I Nolated T-stonns
SSuimer tenis classes an additional 128 players, 8472 83 / 72 82/71 84 /72 84/71 85/74 84 / 72
are under way at the Central beginsJune 14 and deter- .... .
Park courts. The schedule is mines the final eight singles tLat I Inte e
a@ailable.at the city of players. Complimentary main Peak Times Peak Times
Fernandina Beach Parks and draw matches will be held AM M m Day AM EM
RecreationDepartment. June 18-21with finals held 0-2 3 4 5 6 7 11+ Fri 4:39-6:39 5:09-7:09 Tue 7:45-9:45 8:15-10:15
The Nassau County T5 June 21-23 with $10 ticket S 5:27-7:27 5:57,-7:57 Wed 8:31-10:31 901-11:01
Men's League will begin its donations benefiting the Boys o-z Low 3-5: Moderate, 6:13-8:13 6:43-8:43 Thu 9:19-11:19 49-11:49
mmer season June 4. and Girls Club of Nassau 6-7: High, 8-10: Vey High,43-8:43 Thu 9:1 :19 949-11:49
Entries are still being accept- County. 11+: ExtremeExlposure Mon 6:59-8;59 7:29-:29 wwwVVWhatsOurWeathercomn
ed for those looking to be on The tournament returns to by o r
a team. Amelia Island after a one-year
The Nassau County hiatus in 2012. W meeorounrise Moonrise Moonset
Ladies 3.0/3.5 League will In additioni to the tennis i met is used to Lastf/ Fii 6:23a im. 8:23 p.m. 1:16a.m. 1:17 p.m. First,
begin again Sept. 12. More action, local 6children will have insrument is used to5/31 Sat 6:23 a~m. 8:24 p.m 1:53 a.m. 2:16 p.m. 6/16
ihformation on this league theopportunity to interact measure indspeed? Sun 6:23 am. 8:24 p.m. 2:28 a.m. 3:13 p.m.
cian be obtained by emailing with the players at the Wflson 'Mon 6:22 a.m. 8:25 p.m. 3:03 a.m. 4:09 p.m.
filichelemaha@msn.com. Kids DayJune 15 and a ..pds New Tue 6:22a.m. :;25p.m. 3:39a.m. 5:05p.m. Full
World Team Tennis for- ROGYJuniorTournament pu.. ains n .oe pUAU. am 618 W Wed 6:22a.m. 8:26 p.m. 4:17a.m. 5:59 p.m. 6/23
mat league will again be .June 23. uoruu o taus 's uI :isusy Thu 6:22 a.m. 8:26 p.m. '4:57 a.m. 6:52 p.m.
-offered in early September. The Wilson Kids Day will
Get your teams organized provide 100 children ages
over the summer. four and older the opportuni-.
For information on clin- ty to play tennis with profes- May 31. 1990 Afternoon Date High Low Normials Preip Farmer's Growing Degree Days
ics, lessons or equipment sional players from around and evening thunderstorms 5/21 81 70 84/67 0.00" Date Degree Days Date Degree Days
repairs, email niichelema- the world. The complimenta- developing along a warm front 5/22 81 68 84/67 0.00" 5/21 26 5/25 24
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- Tennis classes are avail- noon to 2 p.m. and partici, northwest Texas to southeastern 5/24 88 70 84/68 0.00" 5/23 27 5/27 22
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Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 1 participate in a ROGY Junior
p.m. Private lessons and cus- Tournament June 23 from 9- 1
*tom clinics are also available. 11 a.m. for $20 entry fee. The Fernandina Beach St. Mary's Entrance
More information can be ROGYTournament is a con-
'4eund on the Yulee Tennis densed format experience
!oundation website atwww. and includes access to the Fri 2:39 am 8:43 am 3:09 pm 9:09 pm Fri 2:03 am 8:40 am 2:33 pm 9:06 pm
-leeTennisFoundation.com men's'final set. Sat 3:35 am 9:40 am 4:09 pm 10:12 pm Sat 2:59 am 9:37 am 3:33 pmn 10Q09 pm
[r by emailing michelema- For iriformation on the Sun 4;32am 10:33 ani :08 pm 11: 12pm Sun 3:56 am 10:30 am 4:32 pm 11:09 pnm
ha@msn.com. event, call the Tennis Pro Mon 5:29 am 11:25 am 6:03 pm None Mon 4:53 am 11:22 am 5:27 pm None
The Omni Amelia Island Shop at 277-5151. For infor- Tue 6:22 am 12:07 am 6:54 pm 12:13 pm Tue 5:46 am 12:04 am 6:18 pm 12:10 ptn
.lantation once again wel- mation on the resort, cll 1- Wed 7:12 am 12:59 am 7:41 pm 1:01 pm Wed.' 6:36 am 12:56 am 7:05 pin 12:58 pm
tomes tennis enthusiasts to 800-The-Omni or visit omni- Thu 7:58 am 1:48 am 8:24 pm 1:46 pm Thu 7:22 am 1:45 am 7:48 pm 1:43 pm
jRacquet Park; the U.S. Tennis ameliaislandplantation.com.
Assqciation announced the Entries are now being
oceanfront resort's fourth accepted for the city men's a .. One of the two coordinates that allows you to find your position on the Earth's surface is latitude, the angular measure north or
men s $10,000 Futures tennis summer season, which will '* -. south of the equator. Polaris, the North Star, can easily allow you to observe your change in latitude if your summer travel plans
"urnament June 14-23. begin match play June 4. *-take you in a northerly or southerly direction, like the Caribbean or northern Europe. This is because Polaris lies in the same
The field for the $10,000 Summer camp sched- line of sighras the extension of the Earth's axis into space. At the North Pole, 90o north latitude, the North Star is essentially
".melia Island Futures ules are available for the city ,* overhead, while at the equator, 0o latitude, Polaris lies along the horizon. Its altitude or angular height above the horizon gives
.4Thampionships, a USTA Pro of Fernandina Beach Parks &" an observer a good approximati6n of his or her latitude position. Follow the Pointer Stars of the Big Dipper downward to Polaris. Presently, they are
rcuit event, will feature 32 Recreation Department. Ju- farthest'to the left in thie cup and are cresting in the north after darkness. For a good swath of the US, the North Star's elevation is approximately 40o.
That's equivalent to four clenched fists held at ann's length (thumb on top), stacked one on top of the other. Let's say that you're traveling to Disney
gles players and 16 dou- nior tennis camps will be held World this summer. You're out by the pool after dark and the kids are swimming before bed.,Polaris will be about three lists high, 28o above the
s teams. Rising men's com- throughout the summer at horizon. Traveling to southern Europe? The change will be negligible. Rome (420 N) and Atliens (38o N) are too close to our latitude to note any
V etitors will contend in the Central Park courts. Email differences by using your fist. However, London is about 52o N, five fists high for Polaris, and southern Alaska is about 600 N. That's six fists. In
elia Island Futures michelemaha@msn.com. Alaska measurements are impossible to make until later in the summer because you are too far north, and the sun never makes it far enough below the
fThampionships with players Kraft Tennis Club mem- horizotn for complete darkness to occur. Finally, if Hawaii or a Caribbean cruise is in the offing. Polaris will hug the horizon at two fists or less. To see
.Thnked as high as No. 250 in berships are available at Kraft the change, make sure that you first take a measurement from where you live. www.astronomy.org
the world typically competing Tennis Club off Buccaneer
at the Futures-level events. Trail. For information, contact
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PHOTOS BY PATRICK AND-DORIS LEARY/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER:
Early morning beachgoers may find horseshoe crabs stranded on the beach, the smaller males still clasped to the large female, left. Ravenous shore birds feast on horseshoe
crab eggs, right, on the beach at Fort Clinch.


Ancient ritual witnessed on local shore
PATRICKAND ture also crawls from the sea to. ashore under cover of darkness as distant as Tierra del Fuego, by their kin. Although .the banded on a U.S. shoreline. :
DORIS LEARY deposit its eggs on our beaches 'to deposit their spawn along the the birds are in near-starvation- spawning crabs had returrrned After returning home, I;
For the News-Leader in this season. high tide line. Although buried condition and the protein-rich to the river waters, I knew why entered the marking data into-
Early morning beachgoers beneath the beach's sand, the eggs are essential for survival the birds were engaged in such an Internet database and,
Spring marks the period of on Amelia's inlet shores are like- abundant eggs are eagerly and refueling for the next leg frenzied behavior. Later, as I learned that the bird had been;
renewal and regeneration for ly to find horseshoe crabs sought by ravenous shorebirds, of their journey into Arctic progressed east along the banded at Villas Beach, N.J., in-
our flora and fauria and this stranded on the beach. Often. themselves engaged in prodi- breeding grounds. Elsewhere shore, I found stranded pairs of June of 2010, one of the spawn-:
applies to all creatures both the smaller males will still be gious migrations to distant nest- along the Atlantic coast, fewer crabs above the falling tide line. ing beaches on Delaware Bay-
great and small occupying the clasped to the large females ing grounds. Where these crea- crabs spawn,. but the same Although a variety of shore- and reflective of the sanderling's:
diversity of habitats around offering insight into why these tures' paths cross in their annual drama unfolds on a smaller birds opportunistically forage presence there to feed on crab:
Amelia. Residents and visitors ancient relatives to arachnids drive to procreate a dramatic scale. on horseshoe crab eggs, the spawn during that season's:
alike are aware that female are out of their natural element event unfolds. I witnessed such an event clusters at Fort Clinch were pre- migration.
marine turtles return to shore to Most often encountered on In locations like Delaware recently on the river shore of dominantly composed of Readers interested in learn-:
lay their eggs on regional beach- higher tides during new and full Bay where tens of thousands of Fort Clinch State Park. Arriving sanderling with a fewrudy turn- ing more about horseshoe crab"
es, but a far more ancient crea- moon periods, the "crabs" crawl horseshoe crabs- come ashore in the early morning hours, I stones and semipalmated sand- spawning, shorebird migration:
to spawn, they are met by hun- detected dozens of shorebirds pipers joining in. Amongst the and related topics can visit::
dreds of thousands of migrat- massed in tight clusters along mass was a sanderling bearing Celebrate Delaware Bay:
iSunday Sp cial on the life-sustaining eggs. between clusters as newly flag. From experience, I knew and/or the Florida Shorebird
Arriving from wintering sites exposed eggs were uncovered this to be a bird captured and Alliance websites. :

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FRIDAY, MAY 31.2013
B SECTION NEWS-LEADER / FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA


It's all 'Flor 500' art project

Greek in bloom at city library
t tThe Nassau County Library System board. The watercolor has been cut into
at this is the local host for the statewide Flor tile-size pieces. Each piece ha a packet
500 participatory art, nature and history of Florida wildflower seeds attached. The
f project, created by Miami artist and purpose of the seeds is to have citizens
0 environmentalist Xavier Cortada to corn- plant wildflower gardens across the state
memorate Florida's quincentennial in and in every county'ofthe state.
2013. In order to receive a free tile, partici-
Yassou! The Greek Five hundred Floridians have been pants are asked to fill out a form stating
Food Fair is coming to invited to depict 500 native wildflowers.- to whom they will remember/dedicate
Holy Trinity Greek the same ones that grew when Juan their garden and in'what area of the state
Orthodox Church on Ponce de Leon landed in 1513 and they will plant their garden.
Saturday, June 8 from 10 named it "La Florida," for the Spanish The white squares in the photo at left
a.m. to 7 p.m. Everyone is word for flower. The artwork, along with are where people have already taken the
invited to enjoy exceptional information about each flower, is posted seeds and written their dedications. The
Greek food lovingly pre- at www.flor500.com. Coreopsis is a perennial'wildflower that
pared by parishioners Cortada kicked off the project in grows to two feetin oheightand blooms
using authentic and time- Fernandina Beach on May 16. A giant spring, summer and fall. f2oreopfis also is
honored Greek recipes, watercolot of the native wildflower designated as Florida's state wildflower.
Dine on homemade dol- Coreopsis leavenworthii, commonly For more information, contact the
mathes (tender grape known as Leavenworth's Tickseed, now Fernandina Beach branch library on
leaves stuffed with meat, hangs on the Fernandina library display North Fourth Street at 277-7365.
:rice and herbs), spanakopi-
ta (spinach and cheese
pie), gyro sandwiches, sou-
vlaki (pork or chicken) din-
liamb ho setto opea at area galleries
served from 4-7 p.m. (eat in g a l
will include lamb, rie pilaf New exhibit Joe Winston Artist of the Year
Greek-style green beans, The Plantation Artist's Guild and Gallery will Joe Winston is During the annual Island Art Association social,
Greek salad and bread for show works by Paul Martinez, artist and environ- the featured artist Lynette Holnmes was given the Melba Craven Award
$16 (subject to availability). mental designer, ata reception from 6-9 p.m. at the Seventh by being nominated by members as the Island Art
The church will also be tonight. The public is invited. Street Gallery in Artist of the Year. Lynette was chosen for her
selling frozen half pans(10 Martinez is a Fernandina artist who was born June. Winston is involvement in various committees and helping to
by 8 inches) of pastisio and raised in East Los Angeles, Calif., in an all-Asian faimous for his one- update the Operations Manual as well as being
(macaroni, delicate meat community where he was exposed to a diverse cul- of-a-kind, large, Gallery Director for the 2012/13 year. The associa-
sauce and cr6me topping), ture that molded his appreciation for color and scale sculptural tion applauds and thanks her for all that she has
spanakopita, and tiroptia form. After graduating clay and functional done for the organization.
(three cheese pie), as well from UCLA, he used his clay art. "Working
as dolmathes (20 or 40 technical and S nnvironmen- in clay has been Island t show
pieces). These Greek dell- tal background for his art, my way of getting
cacies are perfect for a din- progressing from the pop close to Nature," says Winston. The Island Art Assbciation will host an open
ner party, holiday or special art genre to utilize both This will be an uniqueshow because Winston reception on Saturday, June 8 from 5-9 p.m. at its
treat. Baklava will also be Mexican and Asian cul- will not only be introducing several large clay pieces gallery, 18 N. Second St. The June featured artists
available by the dozen and tures as his pallet for inspi- created specifically for this receptior, but exhibiting are Scott and Dawna Moore, who will display their
half dozen. The frozen food ration. His pen and ink his paintings, woodcut prints and photography. fantastic photography.
itmsrica will be sold as pre- series isst beutfu and. s
items will be sold as pre series is beautiful and simThe reception is Saturday, June 8, from 5-8 pm. The association also will host th opening recep-
order only. To place your ply stated i ery is at the SventhStreet Gallery, 14,S. Seveeth St. tion fotheNouveau Art show featuring "Water
pre-order, go to located i paand (across from Lii ifh'ernandina.The Views." Aritists may subi t ok in any medi-
www.holytrinygo.om Shops at Omni Amelia show can also be vieed thfoloingtwo um on June 3 from 9 a.m.-n the galry. This is
The lamb and souvlaki din- Island Plantation Resort, Saturdays during the ers' Mar ket hours,9 4 juried show with cash awards for a est of Show,
ners always go fast. You 6800 First Coat JJyw. ml a mI.pm, Ahis isa historl operty, tt is not first, second an- third place winners. IAAmem~er-
Wige provided by Steve's a hand apaccessili s t i~fions and ship is.ot rquhied tcsib le mori e
GREEK Continued on 2B Wines of Amelia. altern-tive viewing timescall 432-8330. information call 261-7020 or visit www.islandartorg.



ARIAS lookshead

to new JSO season
PAUL WITKOWSKI nity to experience the Jacksonville
For theNews-Leader Symphony Orchestra is one of our pri-
mary goals," said ARIAS President
The Jacksonville Symphony Tom Pippin.
Orchestra kicked off Memorial Day ARIAS also sponsors Jacksonville
Weekend with a concert at First Symphony programs for Nassau
Baptist Church in Fernandina Beach County students, including ensemble
on Thursday, May 23. performances in their schools and
The annual "Let Freedom Rinig" educational concerts at Jacoby
concert, presented by ARIAS (Amelia Symphony Hall in Jacksonville. The
Residents In Action for the ARIAS Instrument Zoo volunteers also
Symphony), featured a program of visit Nassau County schoolchildren to
patriotic favorites, with more than provide a hands-on demonstration of STEVELEIMBERG/UNSEENIMAGES.COM/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER
300in attendance. Fabio Machetti conducts the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra at the ARIAS Iet Freedom Ring con-
"Giving local residents the opportu- ARJASContinued on 2B cert at Amelia Baptist on May 23, above.







PECK ENSEMBLE CONCERT are available at DHARMA MOVIE NIGHT
www.aicmf.com or by calling
The congrega the box office at 261-1779. Dharma Movie Night, hosted by Amelia
tion of Historic Having appeared as a Insight, will show the film "The Devotion of
Macedonia soloist multiple times with Matthieu Ricard" at the Dome Healing Center on
A.M.E. Church nearly every major opera Amelia Island on June 7 at 7 p.m.
invites the pub- company and symphony Nearly 40 years ago Matthieu Ricard left his
lic to join them orchestra in the world, this native France and a promising career in cellular
for a 20th year songbird has flown the classical coop. McNair is .genetics to become a monk in the Tibetan
anniversary cele- retracing her star route now with the cabaret Buddhist tradition in
bration of the music of Gershwin. Porter. Sondheim and Nepal. He is now a transla-
Community Ensemble.in recognition of African Bernstein. tor. photographer and
American Music Month, on June 1 at 4 p.m. The SIERRA MOVIE NiGHT (Happiness:A Guide to
concert is free but a love offering will be request- On June 6 Nassau Sierra Group will present a DevelopingLife's Most
ed to support the church. Historic Macedonia rmovie night. with five Important Skill).
A.M.E. Church is located at 209 S. Ninth St.. cor- different movies on This intimate portrait
ner of Beech, in Fernandina Beach. For informa- hand, at7 p.m. June 6 journeys with Ricard as he
tion contact Nanette Autry at 310-5403, at the Council on continues the work of his
Aging building. 1367 late teacher. Dilgo
CHAMBER MUSIC FEST FINALE South 18th St.. Khyentse Rinpoche. in the Himalayas, and as he
Two-time Grammy and Emmy Award winner Fernandina Beach. serves as translator for the Dalai Lama in Europe
Sylvia McNair will perform a cabaret on June 2 Audience votes will choose the show. All others and participates in scientific research there. His
for the grand finale of the 2013 season of the will be available on loan. The evening is free and vivid photography and accessible stories of a
Amelia Island Chamber Music Festival: The 7 p.m. open to the public and refreshments will be monk's life in the Himalayas are feature through-
performance will be held at the Omni Amelia served. Bring your own plate, mug and silverware out the film. Admission is free but donations are
Island Plantation, 6800 First Coast Hwy. Tickets it's a Sierra tradition. Call 277-4187 for a list of the greatly appreciated. For information email ameli-
for this season-ending performance ard $35 and movies. ainsightgmail.com or call 261-9143.




2B FRIDAY. MAY 31.2013 LEISURE News-Leader


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('nommmft^lvy apd ?bar every Thursday, Friday and Pag
SPECIAL EVNT plates at 626 S. Third St. Saturday at 6:30 p.m.; live entertain-
All proceeds go back into BIck Home in Indiana, Game of ment nightly. Call 432-7086. Join them The Palace Saloon, 117 Centre St.
The Byrd-Wallace Post programs sponsored Thrones, British Sea Songs, Chicago; on Facebook at courtyardpubandeats. SchnockeredSunday; Ace Winn
No. 4351 of the Veterans of by the Sons of the American these titles have Iommon? D..s Smith Pr St.t r ui day;
Foreign Wars will serve Legion. The Nassau Community Band is prac- Davt os DJ in Uncle Chaaidns Fridays and
parmesan encrusted ticing the all. Eciting oonerts are Grammy-nominated Aaron Bing per Saturdays.
shrimp, scalloped potatoes, The Ladies Auxiliary of planned for the coming mInths and forms live on alto'saxophone atDavid's Call Bill Chi rs at 491-3332 or
salad and garlic bread for, VFW Post No. 4351 will they need more wgoodhe s, brass, and Restaurant and Lounge, 82-Ash St., email bily thepa acesaloonF.co r
an $8 donation from 5:30-7 serve brunch on June 2 percussionists. interested musicians are Wednesdays through Saturdays from 6S
p.m. tonight. Karaoke with from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. for an welcome to stop by the wekry 10 p.. Cali 310-6049
Big Doug will follow. All mem- $8 donation. If you provide Thursday rehearsal at the YuIe Middle The Salty Pelican Bar & Grill, 12 N.
bers and their guests wel- three packaged items for the School band room. Long tones beginat DPeS[ Front St., trivia Wednesdays starting at
come. Hope House Salvation Army 6 p.m, Checkout their Faebook page, Dog Star Tavernd 10 N. Second St., .m prime rib night Thursdays; and
The Byrd-Wallace Post No. or the Adopted Soldiers "Nassau Community Band," or email presents Boukou Groove tonight and live music Fridays and Saturdays. Call
4351 of the Veterans of deployed in Afghanistan info nassaucommunityband.com ne Every Tuesayis Working 2T -3811, or visit The Sa$ty Pelican Bar
Foreign Wars is located at donation box at VFW Class Stff, where music is played strict and Gril on Facebook.
96086 Wade's Place, Post No. 4351, receive e eo t oo e o ly from vinyl and 1000's of vnylrecords w b a
Femandina Beach (under brunch for a $5 donation. All After more than two decades as a are available to brose and purchase.
Shave Bridge). For informa- members and their guests band, with nine albums, a catalog of Visit Dog Star on Facebookand Sarady Bottoms at Main Beach, 2910
tion.call 432-8791. welcome. songs that have become rigrained in Reverb ation.com. Call 277-8010. Atlantic Ave., trivia Mndays The
VFW Post No. 4351 is the pop consciousness and countless Macys Wednesdays; and line dancing
VFW Post 4351 will host located at 96086 Wade's concerts for millions of fans the Goo rloida Houose In ThursdaBys. Visit wwwlsandybottoms2
a shrimp dinner from 5:30-7 Place, Fernandina Beach Goo Dolls continue to tour in 2013. The. "Open Mike Niht is each Thursday amelia com.
p.m. tonight for an $8 dona- (under the Shve Bridge). For band l take the Florida Theatre stage from 730-10:3 n h Seabreeze
tion. The dinner includes information call 432-8791. on June 5 at8 p.m Tickets $50,50, Bar hosted by local musician Terry
shrimp, potatoes, a salad and $45.50, $40.50 and available at the Snth.Musicians perform a couple of Seabreeze Sports Bar, in the Days
garlic bread. For information WIN WIN (Women in Flora Theatre box office(904) 55 songs and the audience gets to hear nn on Sadler Roadlivemus
call 432-8791. Nassau Helping Women in 2787, Tcketmaster.com and all new talent. Appropriate for the whole Sheffields
Need) will meet June 3 at 6 Ticketmaster outlets. family. No cover charge Call Smith at,
Wesley McIntyre paes- p.m., hosted by Brenda C. (9041)4 2-7665. h e< ie atTheuPa ace, l17 Cetre
.ents "Inside Out," an artis- Kayne, certified teyoga by S Sped y atu ik
-tic offering tonight and instructor, at her studio in Sounds on Centre presented by the Gre Turde Facebook Page or ask your favorete
June 1 at the Boleros the Peck Center, Historic Fe andirma Business The Green Turtle, 14 S Third 1St n eo e authe cod wordof
Cultural Arts Center, 10131 Fernandina Beach. Enjoy a Association will featurethe Beech live music. Call 321S2324o the weekto gain fret entry every
Atlanta Blvd., Jacksonville, brief Yogapod Flow demon- Street Blues Band June 7, with tradition Saturday night. The code word
and on June 8 at The Peck stration utilizing Kayne's al and contemporary blues Hammerhead Beach Bar changes week. o07 will
Center, 516'South 10th St., invention, the.Yogapod. Wear Concerts are held the first Friday of Hammerhead Beach Bar, 2045 S. spin late night dance mixes. Doors open
Femandinia Beach. All events comfortable clothing to partici- each month fm 6-8 p m. on Centre Fletcher AveLivemusic, Visit at 3:30 p.m.
are at 7:30 p.m. (doors opens pate. Street between Second and Front Hammerhead on Facewbook Contact Bill Call Bill Childers t 491-3332 or
at 7 p.m.). Advance tickets are The studio is on the sec- streets. Bring a chair and your dancing Childers at billlace email billthepalacesalooncom
-$10, or $12 at the door. ond floor, above the auditori- shoes, Foriformation or to become a SlidersSeaside e G til
Contact Solid Rock Church of urn. Park in the lot on Fir spomr contact Madeline Richard at Iistant Groove
.God by Faith, 86138 Palm Street. Follow the signs. (904688-80 or The Instant Groovefeaturng Sliders Seaside Grill, 1998 S.
.Tree Drive, Yulee; at 225- Donations will be collected for oMadyom For the omplete Lawrece Holmes, Johnny Robinson Fletcher Av, live music in the tikibar
5388 or email Mcintyre.wes- Cedar Haven Transitional sched tSoundsOCentrecom. Scot Giddons and Sam Hamion plays om 10 ightly ad 5
-ey@yahoo.com for more House. Bring a $10 check each Thursday night at The Ritz- Saturdays and Sundays reggae
Information. payable to 'Women of Power" A a. Cariton, Amelia Island. Dress is casual Wednesdays with Pil Pil; The Macys in
S* *and brochures or business Pablos 12 N Second St For information call Holmes at 556- the lounge Friday and Saturdays 610
Fort Clinch State Park, cards to share. Light hors F dina Beach, hosts a azzjam 677 p.m trivia Mondays and Thursdays at
2601 Atlantic Ave., will host d'oeuvres will be served. from 10 pm the first Wednesday of 7:30 p.m. with DJ Dave, and shag danc-
a Union Garrison event To lear more and to ach month. Musician may sit in for Ob es ing Sundays from 4-7 pJ Sm music night-
from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. June I RSVP contact Brenda at bck- one song orth whole night Join th e OKanes Iish Pub and Eatei, ly from 9 p.m.- a the Breakers
and 9 a.m.-noon June 2. ayne@yogapod.net or 548- mailing list by emailing beechflyere 318 entre St feetrivia ech Lounge Call 77-652. Visit www.slid-
This. program will allow visitors 3224. su t M he Monday at .m.; wine tasting the erseas com. Join Sliders on
to interact with living histori- hird Tuesday at 630p.m., with 10 acebook and Twitter
ans to experience life in the Nassau Health Foods Amelia a s wines for $10 along with cheese and TheSurf
Jort as it wars in 1864. The will host a free wine tasting Ama Riv risesAdult BYOB" crackers and live entertainment; da rt
grounds will be bustling with with Florida's own Island Twilight Tours are held Friday and tourament every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., The Surf Restaurant and Bar 3199
soldiers in period costumes Grove Winery onJune 8 Saturday Tickets are $29 per person at Dan Voll Tuesdays from 7:30-11.30 South FletcherAve, live etertainment
involved in firing demonstra- from 3-6 p.m. Island 1 North Front St., Femrandina Bech or p.m Gabriel A ld playsSundaysdur 1-5 p. weekends and 5-9 p.m. every
tions, marching drills, cooking Grove Wine Company spe- call 261-9972 or book online at ing brunch from I1a.m.-2 p.m. in the day on the deck Trivia Tuesdays at 6
:and daily activities. Ladies in cializes in fine blueberry wwwmeliavercruises6com. Courtyard: Texas Hold'em poker in the p.m.; DJ Rocand Texas Hold'em poker
their dresses, sutlers display- wines using the freshest blue- game room at 6 p.m., registration on Wednesdays. Call 261 -5711 and visit
,ing their wares and drummer berries from their very own begins at 5and Davis Tuone thei book page.
boys bring every partof the Florida plantations. The Courtyard Pub & Eats, 316 BandThursday from 8::0 p m.-midnight
Civil War era to life. Come join The winery is located Centre St features Dan Volin the and riday and Saturday from 830 Submit iems and dates fot' is
in this unique, family friendly southeast of Gainesville in courtyard Sunday ev weath p.m.2:30 a m. Call 261-1000 Vist calendar toAsstant Editor Sin Per
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For information contact the Grove blueberry wines are land.com. New Zealand and South and Sept. 22 at 2 p.m..For
;park at 277-7274 or visit made from 100 percent blue- * Africa on Oct. 12 from 11 St. Marys Little Theatre more information call (912)
www.FloridaStateParks.org, berries with no grape juice or The Just Friends Club of a.m.-5 p.m. at the Shops of will hold auditions for 729-1103. -
S* flavorings used and are very singles over the age of Omni Amelia Island "You're a Good Man, *
SThe Everett P. Pope low in sulfites. They also pro- 55 will celebrate six Plantation. Wine ticket Charlie Brown" on June 2 Amelia Community
Detachment of the Marine duce several tantalizing fruit years of get-togethers at a holders ($50 in advance/$60 from 2-4 p.m. at Theatre by Theatre presents "Father of
Corps League will hold their blends. Call 277-3158 for dinner in Callahan br at the gate) will be able to the Trax, 1000 Osborne the Bride" June 13-15, 20-22.
annualpicnic at Kraft Ten more Information. Hilliard in June. sample dozens of wines Road in St. Marys, Ga. and 27-29 at 8 p.m. and ;
Acres starting at noon on .... Six couples have met and from over 20 wineries and Roles to be filled include June 23 at 2 p.m. A popular
June 1. AlI Nassau County The Newcomers Club of married through the club. It'is sample food by local restau- Charlie Brown, Snoopy, Lucy movie, this is the funny and
Marines and their families are Amelia Island will host its free to register. Dinners are by rants. Van Pelt, Linus Van Pelt, Sally familiar comedy of a father at
invited. The picnic is free of monthly coffee on June 13 invitation only. The Wine Walk is open to Brown, Schroeder, Franklin, his wit's end as his daughter's
.charge. at 10:30 a.m. Women inter- Cali 321-1116 foryour everyone to.shop for wine and Pig Pen, Peppermint Patty,. wedding grows larger and
S ..* ested in joining the club and June invitation, artisan-crafted treasures. Marcie, Rerun Van Pelt, and moreexpensive by the day.
The Sops of the who reside in Nassau County * Guests must be 21 to pur- Woodstock. All parts call for Tickets are $20 for-adults
American Legion Squadron (no matter how long they have Tickets are now on sale chase or consume alcohol, adults or teenagers except for and $10 for students and may
54 will serve Chicken lived here) are welcome to for the second annual I.D. required, and wine and Rerun and Woodstock, which be purchased online at
Parmiglina dinners on June attend. For information con- Amelia Island Wine FeStival, food sampling are available calls for children ages 8-11. www.ameliacommunitythe-
:1 from 5-7 p.m. for an $8 tact- Lulu Elliott at hosted by the Amelia only with a ticket. For details Prepare a song (preferably atre.org or-by calling 261-
donatiodi. Dinner-will be lu0uelliott@hotmail.com or Farmers Market, 'Taste the or to purchase tickets visit one from the musical "Charlie 6749..Amelia Community
served in the meeting hall and 548-9807 (or other contact on Southern Hemisphere" will www.ameliawine.com or call Brown") to perform Theatre is located at 207
the public may pick up to-go the coffee committee), or visit showcdase winesfrom 491-4872. Performances are Sept. Cedar St., Fernandirna Beach.


ART WORKS-
you could save 28% Artasses Wine glass painting for adults * Children's Art ages 6-9, Corhmunity Bank, 1750 South
Calll-866-929-9071to see how much is June 12 from 9:30-11:30 June 29, 10-11 a.m. and 14th St., sponsored by The
you could save on car insuronce. Andrea Lasserre iS offering a.m. Fee is $30. Create a 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m. Island Art Association. Visit
several art classes for kids uniquely painted piece of Middle School Art ages www.islandart.org for details
4ovg osn d esu ronce" and adults at St. Peter's stemware for yourself or a 10-13, June 29, 1-2:15 p.m. or call 261-7020.
.n... ,llsttemompanyr. Episcopal Church. Clay for special someone.. Step by 'All classes will be led by Art orkshops
...' .. ...,....... ....... onAIIstateAcompa-y Kids, for ages 5-12, is June 3 step designs are provided for Susan DahI. To reserve a
and 4.from 9:30-11:30 a.m. those who need them, place,-call the gallery, 18 N. Bill Maurer conducts ongo-
r Fee is $36. Students will cre- Contact Andrea Lasserre to Second St., Fernandina ing watercolor and sketch
ate pinch pots and coil pots register at 556-3804. Beach, at 261-7020. workshops on Thursday'and
-while learning the basics of Fridays. Pencil sketching
Sc making in this two-day Youth rt Banke ehibit meets at 10 a.m. Thursdays
workshop. Painting for Kids, The Island Art Association "Sense of Place," a multi- at the Amelia Island Coffee
for ages 5-12, is June 10 and offers free classes for kids: media exhibit by local artists Shop and leaves to sketch
3 11 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Fee Family Art create as a Jane Bentley Gaskins, JIm around town, weather permit-
is $36. This workshop is per- family and make happy mem- McKinney, Louise Mozena .ting. The watercolor workshop
3 o fect for the mini-Michelangelo ories, June 12, 6-7 p.m. and Paula Porterfield-izzo, is meets 1:30-4 p.m. Fridays.
U in iyour family. Students will Preschool Art ages 3-5 on exhibit through the second Drop-in fee is $40, or pay
work with acrylic paints as with an adult, June 24, 10-11 week of June on the second $210 for six weeks. Call Bill at
6 2 7 5 well as oil pastels and canvas. a.m. floor of First Coast 261-8276 for details.


C uthe orchestra played the the orchestra's next music up one of the largest groups of

I 4 every instrument [n the ARIAS is already looking unique opportunity to experi- Pippin. "We are proud to sup-
orchestra forward to the Jacksonville ence a wide range of musical port this great cultural treas-
82 o= 4o 1The patriotic concert Symphony Orchestra's'2013- expertise on the podium. The ure and we encourage more
5I began with The Star-Spangled 14 season, which beginsin Jacksonville Symphony will be residents to get involved and
_Banner, which was sung by October. Maestro Mechetti, in back on Amelia.Island'on Jan. support their symphony."
Robert Quinby, a member of his final season as music 16, 2014, to perform a concert' ARIAS membership infor-
the ARIAS board. Conductor director, will conduct perform- of light classics. mation is available by calling
s,-,-- ,- Fabio Mechetti led the ances of Verdi's Requiem and Since 1999, ARIAS has 261-0105. Information on the
orchestra in Americana- ' Mahler's Third Symphony. been a dynamic audience- Jacksonville Symphony
_ Fill in the squares so 3 6 8 9 4 2 5 1 7 themed selections as well as The new season features eight building group for the Orchestra's 2013-14 season is
h r Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. acclaimed guest conductors Jacksonville Symphony. available online at
.thateachrow.counn 9 2 5 1 3 7 4 6 8 Veterans of each branch of the leading the orchestra. "Residents of Amelia Island JaxSymphony.org or by call-
and 3-by-3 box 1 4 7 6 5 839 2 military were recognized as As the search begins for and Fernandina Beach make ing (904) 354-5547.
contain the numbers
S.through 9. Solution 71286495 3
- will appear in the 8 5 6 2 9 3 1 7 4 GREE Continuedfrom leave without trying the delicious home- The Holy Trinity Greek Food Fair will
Wednesda 4 9 3 5 7 1 8 2 6 made baklava and kourambiedes Greek kick off at 10 a.m. in the Michael C.
ncan pre-purchase your dinner tickets and pastries. All foods are available for eat-in Carlos Fellowship Hall at 2940 CR 214,
B-section. 6 3 4 7 1 9 2 8. 5 reserve your meal at the website too. or take-out. Guests are invited to tour the St. Augustine (just before the 1-95 over-
2 7 1 4 8 5 6 3 9 The air-conditioned, indoor event, will beautiful church and visit the bookstore pass). Admission is free. Call for direc-
Wednesday, May 29 feature dancing by the Nisiotes and where there is an assortment of unique tions or information at (904) 829-0504 or
--Solution 5 8 91 3 2 6 7 4 1 Asteria Greek Dance Troupes. Don't books and gifts. visit www.holytrinitygoc.com.




FRIDAY. MAY 31,2013/News-Leader 3B

RELIGION




Flags, barbecue and freedom that lasts

His confident stride and methodi- standing by the Then it happened. Tucked in a As I'm writing this, it's Monday, and His word on our laws and justice
cal movements interrupted my road but wasn't holder on the side of the grill, rolled Memorial Day. Though many system, we have a ton to be
relaxed view. From the Adirondack K, clear on whose it up on a pole, like a sword from a people are at the beach or having a thankful for. Personally, the way I
chair where I was sitting, my pace was. Now I knew. I sheath, he pulled it out. Swirling it picnic somewhere, I find myself see it, the sacrifices made by our
and his were worlds apart. I was on suppose, if nothing around in a circle over and over behind my computer. No worries, men and women in uniform are a
vacation; he clearly was not. As I else, it was his again, slowly the American flag I'm not complaining. Actually, reflection of the great sacrifice
watched him fulfill a routine he no focus and system of unwrapped in the cold morning air. I too feel a deep sense of gratitude God made when He gave His Son to
doubt had performed many times cranking up the His pride in it was unmistakable. for citizenship in this country. die for us all. Unlike the temporal
before, I found myself pulled into his grill that caught Like one of our Marines raising our Like the entrepreneur Vermonter, freedoms experienced here in
purposeful world. me. From one area banner on the isle of IwoJima, he thankful for the freedom to run Atnerica, the sacrifice of Jesus
I have to admit, I enjoy watching PULITr to the next, open- lifted the pole and dropped it into its his own business, I'm grateful for Christ provides a freedom that will
people. Whether I'm at the mall wait- NOTES ing valves, lighting pre-fab holder at the back of the the liberty to express my thoughts last forever. For me, the ability to lift
iog on my wife, or sitting at the a burner, clearing grill. It was without question the in this article. Whether you agree that banner is one I will always be
beach catching a beautiful sunrise, ashes, throwing in crowning point of all his activities, with them or not, the freedom to grateful for.
people in motion fascinate me. Pastor fresh logs, from the For me, the moment was a powerful express differing points of view "You have given a banner to them
When the large Vermonter wearing Rob Goyette front to the back, one. is a gift many would die for. that fear you, that it may be dis-
shorts came into view you need to his movements Now I know it sounds melodra- Truth is, in this country, many played because of the truth. Selah."
understand, it was cold and I was were like a well oiled machine. matic, but as I watched him walk already have. (Psalm 60:4)
thrilled to haye my jacket on my Though a bit clich6, he no doubt back to his truck unashamed and When I think about the values Robert L Goyette is pastor of
curiosity and interest came alive. could have performed the functions grateful to be free, I thought to that have made this nation so great, Living Waters World Outreach Center,
I had seen th6 barbecue smoker in his sleep, myself- so American; and the undeniable influefice of God rgoy@livingwatersoutreach org


VBS &MORE RELIGION NOTES

LegacyBaptist Sprlnghill Baptist Amelia BibleBee turend soft muic, quiet
Legacy Baptist Church will Springhill Baptist Church The Amelia Island Bible where all are welcome. The
host a one-day VBS on June 1 SonWest Roundup VBS will be Bee announces the 2013 next service is June 2.
from 9 a.m.- 2:30 p.m. for ages held June 10-14 from 6-8 p.m. Bible Bee season, with 24
4-12. The theme is "Bible Boot for kids entering first through memory cards and engaging .UCStp a ,
Camp," a fun-filled camping sixth grade in the fall. Out in studies. Family registration Walid Shoebat is a
adventure including Raging the wide-open spaces, kids runs through today and Palestinian American
-River, Sleepy Mountain and will discover. a colorful town study materials will be Christian who converted
Hidden Cave. There will be where all the excitement of released June 1. Every regis- from Islam. He has been a
crafts, recreation, music, a the Wild West awaits. There'll tered young person will regular guest on the Sean
Bible story, lunch and refresh- be snacks, games, music, r&ceive a Bible, Scripture Hannity show and is the .
ments. A pre-registration.hot crafts and true stories that memory cards, inductive author of several bestselling
dog supper is tonight at 6 p.m. point everyone to Jesus. Bible study curriculum, a T- book including Why I Left
at the church, in the Register at www.springhill- shirt and more. Jihad and God's War on
Nassauville Volunteer Fire baptistfb.org or call 261-4741. The Amelia Island Bible Terror. Walid also lectures
Department, 941328 Old, Parents must bring their chil- Bee will hold monthly fun on the:dangers of radical
Nassauville Road. Call Pastor dren into the Family Life family activities in prepara- Islamic and the importance
Jeff Whitaker at 753-0731. Center each evening for. tion for the local contest -: of supporting Israel.
check-in. Children are encour- AugS. 24 at Amelia Baptist Walid will share his life
ONieal Memonral aged to wear cowboy/cowgirl Church. The national com- 'story at New Life Christian
O'Neal Memorial Baptist clothing, but no play guns or petition will be held in Fellowship, 2701 Hodges
Church, 474257 SR 200 East in weapons allowed. This is a SUBMIT=D November for the top 300 Blvd..Jacksonville, on June
O'Neil, will convene a youth friendly town. The church is at The Rev. Bradley Cunningham, called to serve at Holy contestants fromacross the 2 at 10 a.m.
arts camp from 8 a.m. to noon, 941017 Old Nassauville Road. Trinity Anglican Church in Fernandina Beach, is pic- nation. National winners
June. 10-July 19, open to chil- tared with his wife, Diane, and their six children. earn $260,0001in cash prizes l
dren ages 5 through 12. Two Fit Baptist and other awards. Register First Assembly of God,
free meals, breakfast and Online registration is hu c at www.BibleBee.org. 302 South 14th St.,
lunch, are provided for all under way for this year's -curch calls new rector eerandina Beach, hosts
youth through age 18. Call Vacation Bible School, which OleGOd free English classes for
261-4186 for information. promises a week of fun and After a brief search, Holy two congregations and as -One God, One People, Spanish speaking people on
adventure at SonSurf Beach Trinity Anglican Church, Cannon Missioner ofthe One Song is a program, initi- Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. For
Amnelia Batist Bash VBS. Five life-changing Fernandina Beach, has Diocese of Mid Amerca of ated by America's Youth information coritact Anna
Face your fears at Colossal Bible verses including John called the Rev. Bradley the Reformed Episcopal Inc., to help churches do Sahlman at 403-1982 or call
Coaster World, a weekiof VBS 14:6- will help kids under- Cunningham to perve as Church. two things: 1. Come togeth- 261-6448.
at Amelia Baptist Church June stand who Jesus is and why their second rector, begin- Born in,Gadsden, Ala., er regardless-of denomina-
10-14. Kids will learn to face they need Him. ning on Sunday. Cunningham graduated tion, color or rae to worship Suppeneeded
their fears and trust God Sign up at www.FBFirst. The congregation's first from Birmingham-Southern and praise God in unity. 2. The Fernandina Beach
.through Bible stories crafts com or stop by the Chldren's rectr, the Rev. J.Michael College. After college, he. Yo Heltraiselndfothe :nterfaith Dinner Network is
motivating music and games Desk on Sunday. First Baptist, Bowhay, retires at the end of served in the United States lira iri -: bo atioaf aper
from 9 a m.-noon each day. 1600 S. Eighth St., will hold a May. In a letter dated May Navy in the Naval Nuclear The programis held quar- goods and cleaning supplies.
Children ages three through kickoff outdoor event on June 22, the Most Rev Walter H. Power Program. terly, on the first Sunday of Items may be dropped off at
fifth grade are invited to come 16 at 6 p.m. including hotdogs, Grundorf, Bishop Ordinary "Cunningham's wife of 19 the month at 4 p.m. One St. Peter's Episcopal Church
on down for free ride of a life- popcorn and games. of the Diocese of the years, Diane, was raised in a God, One People, One Song parish office, 801 Atlantic
time. Call 261-9527. Pre-regis- Eastern United States of the Navy family, completing program will be hosted by Ave., Monday through .
tration available. Newo anPser Anglican Province of high school-in Washington the Callahan Citywide Male Thursday from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Fisttin New Life -Baptist Church, Ainerica, formally and and college in Virginia-, Choir at Greater Mt.ni
Fist 464069 SR 200, Yulee, is regis- warmly welcomed where she taughtelemen- Pleasant Baptist Church at YOUth
Fir2 t Presbyterian Church tering for Vacation Bible Cunningham to the-diocese tary school. The 45031 Historical Lane, First Assembly of God,
will offer Vacation Bible School. The theme is and church. Cunningham family Callahan on June 2. All are 302 South 14th St.,
School in the Anchor at 515 "Investigation Destination," Cunningham graduated 'will be coming to Amelia invited. Fernandina Beach, invites
Centre St., June 10-14. with classes for ages 2-3 years, from Cranmer Theological Island from Sainte TaM oBrshI p you to bring your teens ages
Kingdom Rock is for kids K4-K5, first-third grades and House semina.ry in Genevieve, Mo. 13-20 to sif Youth
going into kindergarten fourth-sixth grades. VBS will Shreveport, La., in 2000. He To learn more about Memorial United Ministries bn Saturdays at
through fifth grade-in the fall be held July 8-12 from 6-8 p.m. was ordained as a deacon in Trinity Anglican Church, Methodist Church hosts a 6:30 p.m. Youth Pastor
and will run from 9 a.m. to Contact the church office at 19999 and as a presbyter in located at 1830 Lake Park community Taiz6 worship Andrew Harper is, an anoint-
noon each day. Register at 261-4818 to register. If there is 2001and brings over a Drive, in the Amelia Park service at Trinity United ed young man with a passion
www.groupvbspro.com/vbs/e no answer, leave a message 'decade of experience in neighborhood of Fernandina Methodist Church, 715 Ash for the souls of the teens in
z/fpc. For information cgll and someone will get back ordained ministry. He Beach, visit www.holytrin- / St., the first Sunday of each the community. Call 261-
261-3837. with you. served as founding pastor of ityanglican.org. month at 6 p.m. Taiz~ fea- 6448 for more information.

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ONE 'WILD' WEEKEND Kingsley hosts



SArchaeology Day
How do you study the his- American Studies, University of
tory of people who were not Florida, will present a talk on
allowed to record their own sto- his ongoing work at Kingsley
ries? When enslaved people Plantation.
lived and worked at Kingsley 1 p.m. Karen McIlvoy,
SoPlantation it was illegal for them graduate archaeology student,
to learn to read and write. While University of Florida, will lead a
they were unable to record their guided tour of the East slave
own histories, their stories are Quarters.
not lost. Kingsley Plantation is a 60-
Today archaeologists at acre unit of the 46,000-acre
Kingsley Plantation search for Timucuan Ecological and
artifacts that can teach us how Historic Preserve in Jackson-
these people lived and what ville, which is managed by the
they experienced hundreds of National Park Service. It is
years ago. At "Public Archaeo- named for Zephaniah Kingsley,
logy Day" on June 8 the who with his African wife
'A group of over 30 pho- University of Florida Anthro- Anna owned and operated a
tographers from Amelia pology Department will pres- 1,000-acre plantation there dur-
Island and vicinity ent their discoveries from this ing the first half of the nine-
invaded the Jacksonville summer's field school. Archae- teenth century.
Zoo and Gardens at first ologists will inform visitors on Today, the public can visit
light on Sunday, May the current investigations at the the grounds, which include the
19, in a Wild Amelia Timucuan Preserve's Kingsley oldest standing plantation house
Nature Festival photog- Plantation and guide them in Florida, the kitchen, barn and
raphy event, above. They through active dig sites. Begin- waterfront The remains of 25
got the opportunity to ning at 11 a.m. on Saturday, UF slave cabins offer perhaps the
photograph animals in archaeologist Dr. James David- most graphic evidence'of slave
morning light, a behind- son and students will treat park living quarters and daily life
the-scenes tour and guests to. guided tours of the experiences in the state.
photo shoot, and an plantation yard and cabin sites. Located off Heckscher
amazing opportunity to This event is free and open to Drive/AlA north of the St.
get up close and person- the public. Johns River ferry landing,
al with the animals, via The schedule of events June Kingsley Plantation is open
their camera lens, left. 8 includes: daily, at no charge, between 9
The seventh annual Wild 11 a.m. Dr. James a.m. and 5 p.m. For more infor-
Amelia Nature Festival Davidson, associate professor mation, call (904) 251-3537, or
was held from May 17- of Anthropology and African go to www.nps.gov/timu.
19, but Wild Amelia
holds nature photogra-
phy workshops through-
out the year and anHOME & GARDEN BRIEFS
annual nature photogra-
phy contest in late win-
ter and early spring. For Become master that thrive during the hottest
more information, visit time of year. These tough
www.wildamelia.com Applications for the plants will burst with color,
and Wild Amelia on Nassau County Master while other plants are declin-
Facebook. Gardener volunteer program ing and your garden needs a
are now available online. The beautiful injection of color.
deadline is June 28. For an The session will take place at
overview of the Master the Yulee Extension office.
Gardener program, an applica- For more information see the
tion and to complete the.pre- Extension website at: http://
test, see http://nassau.ifas. nassau.ifas.ufl.edu/horficul-
PHOTOS BY KATHY AND JOHN BROOKS/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER ufl.edu/horticulture/mgnas- ture/lanidmatters/landmat-
sau.html. For additional ques- ters.html or call the Extension
Hannah and Hudson tions, contact the Extension office at (904) 879-1019.
Weller, right, learn about office at (904) 879-1019, or Fridays, Master Gardeners
manatees at the Wild Rebecca Jordi at rljordi@ufl. are on phone duty at 491-7340.
Amelia Nature Festival, edu, I. A. .
which featured childreuls HGTXIio A V e
activities, live music and VGardeners helpome r
lots of fun. Elijah the Great The Beaches Museum & rees p
Horned Owl, far right, History Park has been chosen Need a horticulture ques-
greets visitors to the tp conduct the HGTV Smart tion answered and can't wait
Jacksonville Zoo booth at Home 2013 Charity Tours, until the next Plant Clinic?
the festival's Eco Expo at located in Paradise Key, South The Extension's website has
the Atlantic Avenue Jacksonville Beach. many questions and answers
Recreation Center. The Beaches Museum will from Rebecca Jordi's "Garden
Organizers estimate about offer tours of the HGTV Talk" column, at http://nas-
2,000 people -residents Smart Home 2013 on selected sau.ifas.ufl.edu/horticul-
and visitors -. participated dates through June 2. Wed- ture/questions/questions.htm
in events during the three- nesday through Saturday 1. Master Gardeners are on
day festival, jncltding a tours are available 10 a.m. to 5 office duty on Fridays, 10 a.m.
sea turtle re se by the p.m. and Sunday tours are until 2 p.m. Call 491-7340, or
Georgia Sea Turtle Center noon to 5 p.m. Tickets are $20 stop by the Yulee Extension
at MainBeach. each and sold on a first-come, office for help with your land-
PHOTOS BY HEATHERA.PERRY first-served basis, with limited scape questions. This is a free
NEWS-LEADER availability each day. service to the ptiblic.
Advanced purchase tickets
are available at www.Beaches Wildlife habitats
4 : Museum.org. Thereis a $3 Learn how toattract but-
service charge for online pur- terflies and birds and other
44;chasing. Tickets are also avail-' desirable wildlife to your gar-
sable on site and through the dens and make your yard a
Beaches Museum, 381 Beach "Certified Wildlife Habitat."
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach. To schedule her presentation,
Tour proceeds will benefit the community groups and gar,
museum. den clubs should contact Bea
,Walker, a Master Gardener
,,. :: wx':! '.i '?,..Planltd.llnc volunteer with Nassau County
... :4: <;,-, ....'..... On-June 3 County Extension Service, at bwalk-
ERA Fernandina Beh Realty Extension Director/Horticu- erl05@bellsouth.net, or.321-
Ee rnania Beach Realty Iture Extension Agent Becky 2266. Walker's own backyard
seArngA/I of Nssau couy Jordi will conduct a Plant has received both the Wildlife
2057 S FletchorAvenue Clinic from 10 a.m. until 2 Habitat and Florida-Friendly
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 p.m. at the Yulee Extension Landscaping certifications.
(904) 261-4011 (800) 741-4011 A Office (AlA and Pages D R nbrlp o
Callahan, FL 32011 are invited to bring plant sam- If you attended the
(904) 879-3011 (866) 488- 3011 ples showing problems in Lands-5ape Matters: Rain
Marlene Frost their landscapes. Problems Barrel class this month; the
Broker AssoFrot ae x (888) 557-1155 9will be identified and solutions Nassau Extension office
.B. SFR, CPE 'Mar.1e.FrOSt@era com loffered for correction. There would like you to send them a
4 ElRA R ^is no fee. For information call photo of your installed rain
.... (904) 879-1019. barrel. Painted or not;.gutters
-a.ll.24Nassau or not show how you are col-
WNassau lecting that rainwater. Digital
Join Walkin' Nassau for a photos should be 4 by 6 inch-
'stroll along the streets of St. es in original size and sent to
i Marys, Ga., on June 8. Meet bwalkerl05@bellsouth.net.
Sat the Chamber of Commerce Include your name and town.
'4 r ,I at 111 Osborne St. at 10:30 The photos will be posted at
a.m. to sign in. For those http://nassau.ifas.ufl.edu.
interested, following the walk Contact the office at (904)
-/c e the group will have lunch at a 879-1019. Master Gardeners
2 S HLlocal restaurant on the river., are on phone duty Fridays at
.2410 SAFE HARBOR LANE For information and to indi- 491-7430.
zwsadle R4. FRIDAY. MAY 31', 11:30 TO 1 PM cate your interest in staying
'liajband, rt s + SATURDAY. JUNE 1"; 1-4 PM for lunch, contact Jane Bailey DtePerS
S 0+-20.--0817 Spacious Executive home with pool ard heated Jacuzzi. at dnjbailey@mindspring.com A new organization,
Open floor plan with 10 & 20' ceilings. Large Master nd or at 261-9884. "Beachkeepers Fernandina
Bath. Walk-in Closets. See you Friday or Saturday. Beach," has been formed with
Schooner Landing. Mal Day a mission "to protect and pre-
The Fernandina Harbor serve the integrity and the
Marina will present its Annual natural environment of Fer-
Boat Show, free of charge, on nandina's beaches." Efforts
Paui Barnes, GRI June 8, National Marina Day. include the Adopt A Shore
The event is for all ages and program and working with the
608 S. 8th Street Phil Griffin Residential will be held from 10 a.m.-3 city on the implementation of'
Fernandina Beach, FI 32034 Broker []'Conservation and Coastal
www.ACRFL.com phil@acrfl.com...... 608 S. 8th Street SunlrnIer annuadlS Management Element. There
(904) 261-2770 (904) 556-9140 Cell 904-753-0256 Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 On June I2, Master is a group Facebook page at
464.barnes@gmail.com www.acrfl.com Gardener Jane Brown will BeachkeepersFernandina
www.ameliaforsale.com "Exceeding Expectations" conduct a class on annuals for Beach. Or email beachkeep-
hot summers. Flowering ersfernandinabeach@rocket-
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AROUND SCHOOL



YOUTHS OF THE MONTH' Teen Court
SUMMER CAMPS
Two outstanding young .' another -technical field. needs teens
America's Youth Choral Camp to help develop people are nominated as Robriquezisa .ure~ ettowinh!
singing and sight reading Youths of the Month by Boys At age 12 and in the sixth
America's Youth, Inc., 907 skills, June 10-13 for chorus & Girls Clubs for the month of grade at Yulee Middle School, to sign up
South 11th St., will host members. The end of camp April: RobriquezStrange and Elise Sancey is a budding U'
"Camp America" from 7:30 will feature a concert on June Elise Sancey. writer and a joy to have as a Teen Court is a real court
a.m.-6 p.m. through Aug. 7. 13 at 5:30 p.m. for the public. Ever since he joined the member of theMiller-Boys & where real crimes committed
Breakfast, lunch and dinner Call Sails at (904) 879-3606, Fernandina Beach Club in ele- Girls Club. In 2011 she won by real teens are heard by a
served. Registration is $150. ext. 3223 for details. mentary school, Robriquez the Freedom Essay Contest, real judge, with a real teen
Call 624-5383 or email americ- Strange has been a major held annually by the two jury, real teen attorneys and
asyouthinc@comcast.net Boys & Girls Oubs asset to the club and its.mem- Robriquez Elise local clubs, with her excep- real sentences and punish-
Boys & Girls Clubs in bers. Now 15, and home tional composition: What ments.
StepbyStp Nassau County will offer schooled in eighth grade, Freedom Means to Me. Elise Teen Court needs more
Step by Step Learning Summer Camp programs Robriquez is a member of the Keystone Club is an excellent student at school participants to fill its juries. It
Centers I and II offer camp June 10-July 26 for ages 6-18, and serves as a positive role model for younger and always seeks to help outwhether at school meets for one hour on
programs for all ages includ- with an emphasis on participa- kids. He has developed a keen awareness of or. in club chores. She is a leader, who Tuesdays at the Nassau
ing tutoring, reading pro- tion, fun and exposure to a how his behavior and attitude impact others. participates fully in club programs such as' County Judicial Annex in
grams, flag football, soccer range of activities and field As one of a family of seven youngsters, Healthy Habits, S.M.A.X.E I tfls anid Fine Yulee and is open to all
shots, music and dance, arts trips. In addition, the "Read Robriquez helps his parents a lot, both around Arts. youths ages 11 to 18.
and crafts, science experi- Across" program sends a the house and by earning a bit of money at odd Elise's positive, enthusiastic attitude makes Those being tried are
ments, exercise class and clear message that reading is jobs. His club activities include acting as DJ to her one of the club's most popular members. peers who need their fellow
board games. Field trips important and fun. The staff provide music for fitness time, and working in She aspires to become college-trained as a teens to help give them fair
include fun, movies and edu- to member ratio is 1:20. the Computer Lab. veterinarian, building on her love of animals. sentences. You don't have to
cational destinations. Discounts available for multi- His ambition is to succeed in college and We see no bumps in Elise's road to success in speak or answer any ques-
Breakfast, lunch and snack ple children. Camp concludes become a professional in music production or life; tions, just listen to the cases.
.included. Hours are 9 a.m.-6 with a closing celebration. The court has had a full case-
p.m. Children may be drop- Contact the Miller Boys & load of three cases each
ped off earlier. Both schools Girls Club in Nassauville at night. If you enjoy being on
also are enrolling VPK for the 261-1075. For the Roberts SCOUTIN G A WARDS the jury, you cah-join as a
2013-14 school year. Bring Learning & Achievement clerk or attorney.
proof of age and residency. Center in Fernandina, call The next court date is
Call Center 1 at 277-8700 and 491-9102. On May 27 Eagle Scout June 11. Court starts prompt-
Center 2 at 261-6030. Scott Wardrop and Girl ly at 6 p.m. and ends by 7 p.m.
Dancecamp Scout Gold Award Laura Arrive between 5:30-5:45 p.m.
Tree House St. Marys Little Theatre, Wardrop were presented to sign in. Dress respectfully
Tree House Academy, Lisa Allen Dance Works and with Scouting's highest ho shorts, flip-flops, ripped
2120 Will Hardee Road, The Friese Studio of Music achievements at a joint jeans or short or low-cut tops.
Fernandina, offers a summer will offer Summer Musical ceremony at Garnder Participants get three hours
enrichment program based on Theatre Camp June 10-14 and Mountain in Jacksonville. of community service time
the state approved curricu- June 17-21 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Scott Wardrop raised the and court lasts only one hour.
lum, Beyond Centers & Circle for ages 5-16. Register new flagpole at the veter- Bring a friend and come
Time and the book Amelia A through May 20. Tuition is ans' memorial, collected out June 11. For more infor-
to Z. The summer will be $185 per person. Non--efund- over 700 flags from all mation call Charles Griffin,
'spent exploring Amelia Island. able registration fee is $25. over Nassau County and Teen Court coordinator, at
Children must be five or older For information; call,(912) instructed his classmates 548-4611.
and graduates of VPK, kinder- 673-9161. on the proper method of
garten, first or second grade. retiring well-worn
Hours are 6 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Data Busters American flags. He was L
Monday-Friday. Tuition is Data Busters Summer assisted by all the fire CLASS NOTES
$130 per week and includes Youth Computer Camp is June stations in Nassau
breakfast, lunch, snack and 17-July 26 at FSCJ in Yulee. 'County, the American
most field trips. Reservation Students ages 14-16 have an Legion Post 54, students
fee is $60 for one child/$75 opportunity to earn money and teachers from St. Boy Scout Troop 89 meets
per family. The academy also and win a computer or laptop. Michael Academy, Boy each Monday, 6:30-8:Q0 p.m.,
is accepting VPK enrollment They work 10 hours/week at Scout Troop 152, Scout at the Adam Kelley Scout Huti
for the 2(?3-14 school year. $7.79/hour and take two com- leaders, family members .UBIstBmED PHOTOS South 13th Street. Troop 89,
Call 432-7078. Visit www.tha- puter classes (5 hours/week) and local paramedics that sponsored by Fernandina
cademy.com., and two job training days (5 attended and aided in the ceremonies. All the efforts totaled more than 680 serv- Beach Rotary Club continu-
hours each) and attend a pro- ice hours. Gold Award recipient of- Girl Scout Troop 937, Laura Wardrop laid ously for 75 years, has a
Co-op camp fessional development day on gravel,' placed sand and laid more than 3,200 pavers atthe new veterans' memo- strong record for helping
The Amelia Island Parent Friday. Transportation is pro- rial at Central Park in Fernandina Beach. Her project also encompassed nearly mold boys through team work
Co-Operative Preschool, 5040 vided from the Northeast. 700 service hours with the assistance'of Boy Scouts, members of the American in camping, canoeing, hiking,
First Coast Hwy, is offering Fl9rida Community Action Legion Post 54, family and friends. Both are going to the Boy Scout National backpacking, bicycling arid
six one-week summer camps, Agency at 1303 Jasmine St. to, Jamboree in July and continue on with scouting in Troop 152 and Venture Scout through individual endeavors
June 3-July 19 for ages 3-5. FSCJ in Yulee. Participants Crew 809. in communications, personal
Themes are Lets Get Physical, must meet low-income andj).,. .. 'fitness and otherlife-skill
Fairy Princess & Sup6lda&i academic requirement. i areas.,Contact Scoutmaster,
Training Camp, Heading for Deadline is' May 1. Contact Dan Matricia at 277-9611 or
the Wild, Wild West, Little Janeecee Johnson at 261-0801, Boy Scout Troop 152, come to the Scout Hut during
SpaceTravelers, Natural ext. 204. chartered by the Yulee meeting times.
Wonders Week.and Under the i lions Club, announces
Sea. Times are 9 a.m.-1 p.m. CS M s the newest Eagles in the 'Head Sta
(call about extended care until Fantastic Gymnastic troop: Eagle Scout Peck Head Start of
3 p.m.). Part-time (3 days/ Summer Camps are June 24- Michael Pietrusiak, left Fernandina Beach/Yulee is
week) is $65 and full-time is- 27 and July 23-26 from 9 a.m.- at right, and Eagle Scout now enrolling children ages 3-
$95 (5 days/week). Call 261- noon. Discount offered for Andrew Hamrick. The 5 for the 2013-14 school year.
1161 or go to www.aipcp.org. both camps. Fee is $85 for pair documented close to Contact Brenda Haffner at
registered gymnastor $95 500 service hours on 491-3631 or 491-3630.
CampE lo re nop-registered. Ages 4 and up. Amifelia Island.
Fernandina Beach The Fantastic All-Star Pietrusiak's project was schoorls OI
Christian Academy at First Cheerleading program is for phase one of the Looking for some fun? The
Baptist Church on South mini-team ages 5-11 and jun- American Legion memo Nassau Alcohol Crime and
Eighth Street offers summer iorsenior team ages 12-18. rial at Central Park a Drug Abatement Coalition
camps. Hours are 9 a.m. to Location is 96070 Chester sidewalk leading to the (NACDAC) will host the first
noon unless otherwise noted. Road (behind Publix in fireplace. Hamrick's annual "Beach Blast" on June
Minimum 20 campers. Fee Yulee). Call 225-0022 or email project involved enhanc- 1 from 11 a~m.-2 p.m. at Main
per campis $100 and includes Fantasticgym@msn.com or ing campsites in Fort Beach in Fernandina Beach.
T-shirt. Lunch provided. Visit visit Fantasticgym.com. Clinch. They both earned Participants will compete in
FernandinuaChristianAcademy. Eagle Scout during the traditionalfield day games
com or contact Shannon tide"mC OS centennial year ofaEagle such as sack races, the 50-
Hogue at shannon.hogue@fb Kinderstudios is offering Scouts in December. yard dash, tug of war and
caknights-.com. art/theater/music camps Their Eagle Courts of more. A new raving event
Pirates and Princess from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. July 1-5, Honor were celebrated called "Mass Chaos" will have
Camp, ages 4-5, is June 3-7. Jr. Willy Wonka; July 8-12, April 22 and 28 with hundreds of teens busy, all in
Camp Explore is June 10-14 Matilda; July 13-19, Tangled; family, friends and Couone area, all doing something
for upcoming-K to upcoming and July 22-26, Mama Mia. Scouts at the AmeriCan at the same time. This is a.free
second grade. Sr. Camp Each week concludes with a Legion and Prince of event open to all Nassau
Explore,June 24-28, is for performance Friday at 2:30 Peace Lutheran Church, County middle and, high
upcoming third to upcoming p.m. Camps are split into respectively. Pietrusiak school students. There will be
fifth grade. Jr. Fiesta Spanish three classes by age, limit 15 is the son of Kim and prizes for each event. To regis-
Camp, June 24-28, is for per class. Fee is $150 per lIarry Bernhart. ter visit nacdac.org' or just
upcoming kindergarten to week/$500 for all four weeks, Hamrick is the son of Robertand Cindy Hamrick. Both attend Yulee High. show up the day of the event.
upcoming second grade. Sr. with 20 percent discount for Pietrusiak will attend college in the fall. For information call 277-3699.
Fiesta Spanish Camp, June 24- siblings. Must bring lunch Boy Scout Troop 152 meets Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at the Lons Club on U 17,
28, 12:30- 3:30 p.m., is for and extra water. Payment due north'of A1A. Any one wishing to join or visit is welcome. 'Oaudition r
upcomingthird to upcoming by May 31. Visit the studio at Auditions for the
sixth grade. 1897 Island Walk Way #4 to Jacksonville Symphony Youth
pick up registration forms. Orchestra (OSYO) will take
cSamp Call 415-0954. place through May 31 and
O'Neal Memorial Baptist June 1-2 at Florida State
Church, 474257 SR 200 East AtCarnp College atJacksonville South
in O'Neil, will convene a youth The Island Art Association Campus, in Building M2 near
arts camp from 8 a.m. to will offer Mini Art Camp for the west parking lot in the
noon, June 10-July 19, open to ages'4'& up, July 8, 10 a.m.- large ensemble room on the
all children ages 5 through 12. 12:30 p.m. Bring a bag lunch first floor. Visit www.jaxy-
Two free meals, breakfast and and get ready for some cre- outhorchestra.com/auditions/
lunch, are provided for all ative fun:To reserve a place to view the guidelines, includ-
youth through age 18. Call call the IAA gallery at 261- ing for each JSYO ensemble.
261-4186 for information. 7020. The gallery is located at To apply for an audition visit,
18 N. Second St. www.jaxyouthorchestra.com
Theatr canmp and click on the Auditions tab.
Callahan Community 4 ca ps Call (904) 354-5479, ext. 221.
Theatre is offering summer 4-H camps offered by the
camps for ages five to 105 in UF/IFAS Nassau County Choral camp concert
the social hall at First United Extension Service include an. The public is invited to the
Methodist Church of Calla- overnight camp in Madisqn, CMS Choral Camp "Showing -
han. June 10-15 is Fashion & July 15-19 for ages 8-13 where What We've Learned" mini-
Dance Camp. July 15-20 is' learning opportunities are concert at Callahan Middle
Acting & Behind the Scenes. related to a topics like: nature, School on June 13 at 5:30 p.m.
Fee is $55 per week,'breakfast science, shooting sports, in the cafeteria (aka Soda
and lunch included. Contact kayaking, health and more. Shoppe). The group includes
751-2330 or CAST2012@Aol. Day camps includes "It's Alive Callahan Intermediate and
com for information. Outside" and "Animal Camp" SUBMrrrTD Bryceville Elementary rising
for ages 5-10; a cooking and 'Cool conceft' fifth graders and exiting
Choral camp craft camp called "Spice it Up" eighth graders as well as cur-
Callahan Middle School is for ages 9 and up; and a robot- The Callahan Middle School Rambler Chorus took audiences back to the 1950's rent CMS Rambler Chorus
looking for students to be in ics camp using the Gear Tech on their recent "Cool" Concert Tour, performing at Bryceville Elementary and members.
the CMS Rambler Chorus for 21 Robotics program for ages First Impressions Inc. under the direction of CMS Choral Director Mary Ann See the students perform
the 2013-14 school year. It is 11-15. Salis. Outfitted in poodle skirts and leather jacket they sang Rock Around the and enjoy an ice cream float.
an afterschool extra-curricular Dates and registration Clock, Jail House Rock and We Go Together from "Grease." They were hosted at RSVP to CIS music teacher
activity and meets Wednes- information are at Nassau. lunch by Mrs. Morgan of Linda Jean's and thanks to Betty's Custom Embroidery Mary Ann Salis at (904) 879-
days fi-om 3:15-5 p.m. Music ifas.ufl.edu or call the for helping decorate the outfits. Special thanks to Amanda Potter, who sewed the 1114, ext. 3223, or salisma@
teacher Mary Ann Salis is also UF/IFAS Extension office at skirts. nassau.k12.fl.us so she has
sponsoring a CMS Summer (904) 879-1019. _enough ice cream on hand.




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100 ANNOUNCEME1NTS W 4 Frn0al-Home/Property 606 Photo Equipment & Sales,. 619 Business Equipment '8 0 R.L ESTATE 813 Investment Proerty 858 Con.os-Unfurnished
101 Card of Thanks 20 Live-in Hp 404 Money To Loan 607 Antiques-Collectibles 620 Coal-Wod-Fuel 801 Wanted to Buyor Rent 14 West Nassau County 859 Hoes sed
S102 Lost & Found 206 hild Care 500 FARM & ANIMAL 608 Produce 621 Garden/Lawn Equipment 802Mbie Hoes 815 Kingsland/St. Marys 86 Homes-Unfurnished
103 In Memoriam 207 Business Opportunity 501 Equipment 609 Appliances 622 Plants/Seeds/Fertilizer .3 Mobie HomeLots. 816 Camrden County ~acation Rentals
104 Personals 300 EDUCATION 502 Livestock & Supplies 610 Air Conditioners/Heaters 623 Swap/Trade 804 Amelia Island Homes 817 Other Areas '862 Bed & Breakfast
105 Public Notice 3" 1 : Schools Instructi.on 503 PetsiSupples 611- Home Furnishings 624 Wantedto Buy 80 Beaches 8 .850 RENTALS 863 Office
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LA SSE R R E PERSONAL AIDE FOR SENIORS OFFICE CONSOLIDATION SALE MARSHES AT LANCEFORD
RESTAURANT 2600 SF Helping Seniors with their independ Everything must gol Mostly new equip- Young American Homes is offering
ence and giving family members a ment: desks, chairs, computer, printer, Marsh View homes n Marshes at
Turnkeyw/hood, Walk-in www.lasserrerealestate.coml helping hand. Many services available, monitors, tables, fax, file cabinets, Lanceford, mid 200's. Interior lots
rates vary and references available SAT. 6/1, 9AM-? 3054 Simmons shelves and much more. 626 S. 8th starting from $174,900. Community
COo r e upon request. Call Sandy 631-7917.. Cove. Combining families and parting St., Ste. A. 10am-3pm, Friday 5/31. Dock with kayak access. Stop by our
with duplicates. Electronics, music, model located at 96032 Ashford Court,
SRETAIL at Gateway RESIDENTIAL movies, kitchen, tools, furniture, UNSHOW June st & 2nd Pre Yulee FL.Call (904)631-2500 or visit
W LONG TEM R LS watches, office stuff, etc. (F) Osbor Convention Center, 1000 Water youngamericanhomes.net
1170 SF $1,300 mO *3BR/2BA home on Lofton Creek A I_ St., Jax. (1-95 south to exit 353A,.
OBO- 2,600 sq.ft, Dock garage/workshop, MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE 2058 Forsythe St.). CWP classes 10:00 &
Large lot, gourmet kitchen, many other Marlin Ct. Household items, furniture, 1:00. Admission $8.00. Free Park-
bonus's $1,950/mo. Plus utilities. 3 ls & yard tools. Sat. 6/1, 8am-2pm. (F) Ing. Info Cliff Hangers (386)325-6114. REAL ESTATE AUCTION 54+/- acre
*OFFICE at Gateway -Ocean Park, 3BR/BA Furnished with property, located Berkeley County, WV,
ICE at G y Ocean Park, 3BR/2BA Furnished with CARPORT SALE Rain or shine. Sat. offers a historic grand manor house,
762 SF 2 offices and I-car garage, available monthly or long 6/1/13 at 723 N. Fletcher Ave., 8am-? In-ground pool & pool house, multiple
patio space $900 OBO term $2500 with utiities included. ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE 100% Lots of great stuff. (F) structures w/21,000+/- sq. ft. of
*Medical, *Business, *Criminal Justice, FASTEST INTERNET! Bundles with heated living space, a large pond,
VACATION RENTAL *Hospitality. *Web. Job placement 2 FAMILY YARD SALE 85328 DIRECTV. 30 day no risk/No money private deeded access to deep water
Warehouse Office -AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY assistance. Computer & financial aid Wilson Neck Rd., Yulee area. Fri. 5/31 down trail. Let us earn your business Potomac w/slips & ramp. The auction
mbo 800 SF $750 l R A Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher. for qualified students. SCHEV authoriz- & Sat. 6/1, 8am-12 noon. Lots of items before you sign a contract. 21st will be held 6/14 at 2p. Will sell with
Across the street from the beach. All ed. www.CenturaOnline.com. Call to sell. Glass items, dolls, furniture, Century Communications (386)2269- a. minimum bid of $995,000 For details
(888)203-3179. ANF etc. (F)' 9784. ANF go to woltz.com or call Woltz &
ater util, wi-fi,TV& phone. (888)203-3179. ANF etc. F)Associates, Inc. (WV# 1000), Real
sew&wte u tw- &hone. in SanpEstate Brokers & Auctioneers
*3BR/3BA townhome in Sandpiper MULTI-FAMILY. GARAGE SALE (800)551-3588. Roanoke, VA. ANF
Warehouse 3 offices Loop $1850/wk plus taxes & cleaning MEDICAL CAREERS begin here Furniture, lamps, dishes, collectibles,
2 0 SF $1, 0 O O fee. Train online for Allied Health & Medical /etc. Sat. 6/1, 9am-lpm. 2351 Yard
2,000 SF; $1,500 OBO1 fe.ranManagement. Job placement Arm Way. (off 1st Ave, on island)i R '1 ESTATE
COMMERCIAL assistance. Computer & financial aid if ANT ALER RETIRING
8th St. Affordable 850688 US HWY 17, 1,210 sq.ft build- qualified. SCHEV authorized. (888)203- YARD SALE Sat. 6/1, 8am-12pm. Aff furnIte 5% off all e.
3179o www.CenturaOnlin.COM.frniture, 50% off all else. Ends
retail or office. 200 SF ing with 3.8 acres of fenced property, 3179, www.CenturaOnlin.com.. ANF Locatedbehind per WalMart at 5/31 Amela Island Antques, 5210
r formerly a Nursery with some out- 9617 Boardwalk Landing. Follow signs. First Coast Hwy., 1 mile south of Harris
t10pbformerly a Nursery with some outi Clothes, furniture, rugs, tools, toys, & Teeter. (904)321-1314 5 Mo leH e
up o 12000 building and a green house still on AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for much more. (F)
property hands on Aviation Maintenance Career. YULEE 3BR/1.5A SW. '$650/mo.
Please contact usfor -Two 800sf Office/Retail spaces, can be FAA approved program. Financial aid if ESTATE SALE 3114 Big Pine Dr, Water Inc. Small dog or service animals
yourcommje l jloined for one, 1,600 sq ft space, AIA qualified Housing available. Call Thurs, Fri & Sat, May 30th, 31st & June only. Also, 2BR/1BA, $500/mo. Call
your Commercial next to P k Etric $ .f + Aviation Institute of Maintenance (866) 1st, 9:00 4:00. Numbers to enter CKER AUCTIONS ankruptcy (904)501-5999.
next to Peacock Electric $12/sq. ft + 314-3769. ANF sale at 8:30am Thurs. Please do not MOECKER AUCTIONS Bankptcy (05-
realestteeedo CAM &Tax block driveways or park in neighbors Auction, L&H Electric, Inc. 6/ @newer
buy, sell or lease. *Amelia Park Unit B small office (2 yards. Sofa, upholstered chairs, 10am. 9355 W. Okeechobee Rd. #13, aBR/BA SWs lle area. $6
-rooms) with bath,576 sq.ft. $1050/mo. AIRLINE CAREERS Train for hands grandfather clock, queen Tempur-Pedic Higleah, FL.33016. Electriscal Contract- appliances. assaulle area $600/mo.
+ sales tax, on Aviation Maintenance Career. FAA adjustable bed, foll top desk, ing Company assets: Bobcat, vehicles, + $600 deposit. Call (904)261-6703.
S s lla 1, A approved program. Financial aid if Pennsylvania House china cabinet and trailer, tools, Greenlee cable pu RV RENTALS AVAILABLE a
Five Ponts Village 1,200 sq.ftAIA/S qualified Housing available. Call table with 6 chairs, leafs & table pads, 800, trafer withes, nventory campgound Weekly or monthly. All
8th St. exposure Great for retail, Aviation Institute of Maintenance (866) 2 curios, office chairs, Cheval mirror, boxes, testing equip., genww erators, utilities & WIFI ncluded. (904)225-
services, or office. $1,200/mo +sales 314-3769. ANF fullsize maple poster bed, coffee & end welders, more. www.moecker-
tables, night stands, microwave carts, at13%BPons.com (800)840-BIDS. 10%-Subj to
dry sink, mirrors, marble top tables, 13%BP, $100 ref. cash dep. Subj to ON & OFF ISLAND 3 BR SWMH in
-Amelia Park Unit E (14th St frontage) cedar chest, area rug, large confirm. Chapter 7, Case No. 13- park & 3/2 DWMH Nasville fenced 1
910 approx, sq.ft. 3 offices, reception Thomasville entertainment center, 14294-AM. AB-109 AU-3219, Eri ac $225wk/$895mo +dep. Also, B
Phil Griffin areakitchen &bath room.$1450mo.+ desks, Sterling Alvin Flatware set, Rubln. ANF apt at beach. Call for detalls261-5034.-
utli.ikasa China, crystal, carnival glass,
Broker GR utilitiessteware decanters, collection of AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your-
.1839 8th St. adjacent to Hudde pocket knives, costume jewelry, lamps, RV to live on a campground for $425
House, 1,800 sq.ft $1700/mo. lease + sewingbaskets, fireplace pokers, mo. All utilities included.
608 S. 8th St. Fernandina Beach FL tax. Sale also considered. kitchen items, Corning, Pyrex, COIN COLLECTOR/INVESTOR will senior citizen special. (904)225-5577.
F.REE 5 yer old grey and black Sunbeam mixer small & large file pay good prices for your silver coins
ACRFL.com I 4 female cat with blue eyes. Please call cabinets, tools & ladders, wheel chair & (pre-1965). Please call (719)339-4894
(305)343-3669. (Yulee) walkers, 50%o Magnavox TV & stand, for details/appointments.
lots of misc. More info photos and
maps go to
www.FindersKeepersEstateSales.dom
(F) CAT O 3BR/2BA PARTIALLY FURNISHED
SAPARTMENT located in prime down-
736 N. FLETCHER Fri. 5/31 attown location avalble July 1. Washe
S736 N. FLETCHER Fri. 5/31 &-Sat. dryer, utilities, satellite television and!
e6/1, 7:30am-lpm. Downsizing-: Mat- internrt Included. $1,700/mo. Located:
tresses, TVs, clothes, .game table w/4 next to the Hampton Inn downtown
chairs, antique hall tree, hunt table, 17 FT SEA PRO with trailer, motor net to theHana mo Inn downtown
ab Repsto a rockers, & household .tems. like new, custom T-top, dual batteries Ramhaw at. (904)914911 ext. 210
v o d dual bait wells, many. extras. Call
a ,.:.J l, 1^3,; ^ 1MULTI-UNIT ESTATE SALE Lots of (904)321-1641. 1 BEDROOM Furnished. Waterfront-
healtht e~n o sewel SeeA it.t Ip s rcaozy Ieat hin, se) 2o5.fntshopping.
b tubii~~ -anannew stuff. Antiqies, tools, glassware, cozy, great fishing, close t shopping.:
-j ,g a c~ jewelry. See Craigslist. Fri. /31, 1pm- Available now (904)7034265. -
J 1 J 5pm & Sat. 6/1, 9am-lpm. AAAA' AT BEACH 1BR $225wk/$895mo Inc
SStorage next to Staples. all ufils + basic cable + dep. ALSO
a i ON & OFF ISLAND SWMH & DWMH-
Before, during and ofer r i -i MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE SALE Lots mobiles. Call for details 261-5034.
Before, during and after pregnancy take a multi-vitamin HA of kid's items, clothing D household m i. C
with folic acid every day, get regular medical checkups and goods. 86233 R1verwood Dr., Yulee.
l w::v~:. Fri. 5/31 & Sat. 6/1, 8am-3pDm.
screenings, andmaintain a healthy weight. CAYR S AEBo TsN' MOBILE HOME For Sale 1979
COA YARD SALE Books TVs, NEW Skyline, 12x61, 2BR/1BA, very good 3BR/2.SBA CONDO Gated, 5 miles
and used clothes, and lots of condition. Have title & ready to move. to beach, neutral colors, W/D, garage.
Visitwww.text4baiby.organdwww.oaunc.org.HiI M0lIT Interesting items will be sold. 1367 $4,000. (904)583-4459 $1150/mo. + 1 mo. deposit. Service-
S....... South.18th St., FB on Sat. 6/1, 7am- animals only. Call (904)982-9797.
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MEDICAL CAREERSBEGI N -HERE -, electronics, queen bed,.TV, TV cabinet,___IA
armoire, electric 4-wheeler, many 215 AMELIA ST- Pristine Cottage, large condos overlooking Intercoastal
Xtra's. Moving, so it all must gol 2BR/2.SBA, heart pine flooring, cus- Waterway, 3BR/3.SBA, fireplace, wet
Train ONLINE for AlliedHealthandMedicalManagement. Sunday only, June 2nd, 8:30am-12pm. tom kitchen, 2 balcoar ed ommnity poof a
Job placement assistance. Computer and 2945 AmelaRdable atTecom@omast. nemo. gara (94 1
YULEE MULTI-FAMILY 'GARAGE 2750/mo. Call
Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV authorized. YUSALEE- FrULI -FAM/3 Y GARt. 6/1, 832
86123 Meadowfleld Bluffs Rd. HIGH END 2BR/2BA in Amelia Park
Call 88820331 9 antelope. Furniture, ostume jewelry, attached garage. W/D included Avail.
china, slot machine, etc. (F) OCEANFRONT LOT In Jacksonville June 1. $1400/mo. (904)874-6765
www.CenturaOnline.com iBeach. Zoned multi-family -4-plex. 1. -
Ready to build on. $650,000.. (904) AMELIA 3BR/2BA, cathedral ceilings,
868-2150 Broker/Owner. SS appliances, granite, spaces 3/2,
C nr e gated with pool/hot tub. W/D incl.
SAvail. 5/1. $1100/mo. (904)251-9525
FOR SALE Frigidaire 14.9 ifreezer Waterfront Homes I Lots Call
with food, $150. Faiy newTV, gR (904) 261-4066 6r Inf6irttiatitoth CcH:
C e t ir a China closet, $1.00. (904) 1- 8 Lasserre, Realtor.
COLLEGE -VISITwrww.chaplinwilliamsrentals.
com.for the most recent Information
SUnitsAl on Long Term Rentals. Updated Daily.
Sun Ava ia Chaplin Williams Rentals, The Area's
Premier Rental Company
VJRTUAL TOURS AVAILABLE AT WWW.REALTOR.COM 1250 sq.ft. 4BR/3BA near beach. Gourmet
Summer Beach is our address, not our boundary Each unlt ifferent floor kitchen, FP, 2 walk-In closets, W/D,
Salarm system, 2-car garage. $1850/
Ss a.d s o u b plan starting at $1000 mo. (804)545-3979 or (703)577-8384
MAIN SALES OFFICE CAL ANY OF OUR SALES month with yr lease
MISLSFIAGENTS We pay garbage, s-
(800) 322-7448 AJC.H/ f W MARCY MOCK & water, afod outside VACATION CHALET in N. Carolina
(904)4 ANDREW SANDS maintenance. Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well
(904) 261-0624 Ameia sandFori...................... ......................... furnished, majestic views. Peaceful.
BRENDA SLATER Call for more information $550a.week. Call (904)757-5416.
5456 First Coast Highway Amelia Island, FL 32034 77-3942 ANVIEW 3BR/BA and 2BR/BA.
2Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
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