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Bicyclists


'Stop'


signs


crazy

MARYMAGUIRE
News-Leader
1 The nw Amelia Island Trail has
rnmoie than S'0 stop signs along its 6.2-
mile scenic pathway, frm its southern
trailhead at Amelia Island State Parkto
it nourtlh-rn railhead at Peters Point
Park.
SThey are all for cyclists.
There i$ a iai ticulaily pesky patch
of signs along a (Ine and a half mile
.stretch of the trail running parallel to
the First Coast Highway from Fire
Rescue Station 20 at Lewis Street in
American Beach to the Gerbing Road-
,roundabout at Amelia City.
'* Along this route is a concentrated
cluster of driveways and side streets
flhat feed into the highway, and it is
:lere that cyclists encounter 16 stop
signs. plus one ata pedestrian cross-
:Ing where lucky riders earn a bit of a
:reprieve when no one shows up on
:fOot.
And four of these signs are within
1lO feet of each other.
"You could go crazy with all the
stopping," said John Murphy, 66, dur-
ing a break in his ride on a recent
afternoon on the trail near Lewis
Street. "I don't like crossing the road-
ways." '
SMituph' says hr does like the trail
and he booked a rental bike for the
month tIo ji 'in ihek :-. ores of iders who
-enjoy pcdaillng thli pav%-d pathway at
any o n f t i ine. despite all the signs. He
lives nearby and said he prefers ener-
getic bike rides where he can work
up a sweat and exercise a weak knee.
Uil ,ilh >-_, ni'.'h -rartring iand stop-
pine. Nlurph ccrnc ,--es that.t ihc -;ign.
impede his piugre-s. "You do lose the
impact of exercise," hlie aid
Of cousi. ilihe muscle-scanf'only
relax if a yclist obey ,the signs and
comes to'"a stop. M,,ls riders don't,
and they cite'a variety of reasons for
their action. In addition to the stop
sign overload, riders say the signs are
too close together. Riders also say they
are too high and they are not always
visible, thanks to low-hanging tree
branches and overgrown shrubbery.
Since,the trail opened in the spring,
there is a growing concern that most
riders are pedaling through the signs
'and putting themselves and drivers at
risk. Officials say there have been sev-
eral bicycle versus cat-r.incidents since
the trail opened in the spring, and they
are working to get a handle on the sit-
uation before something serious hap-
pens.
Scott Herring, director of public
works for Nassau County, has con-
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Henry Ward of The Chlorine Institute, top, explains a training operation meant toimprove under-
standing of how to respond to potential emergencies involving chlorine. First Coast ,Railroad'
employees, water treatment plant operators from nearby cities, including Fernandina Beach, and
operators from local industries attend chlorine emergency response training near railroad tracks at
South Third Street, on Aug. 15, above. The Firefighters Education & Training Foundation made rail-
road cars available for classes sponsored by The Chlorine Institute and hosted by First Coast
Railroad. The training comes after a slow-moving freight train overturned Aug. 10 just west of
Bonnieview Road, spilling its cargo of coal.


Port


looks to



attract



business
MARYMAGUIRE
News-Leader
During a joint niecling,. officials
with the Ocean, Highway and Port
Authority told county commissioners
they have reinvigorated a quest to cap-
ture new business and market the Port
of Fernandina.
They asked to meet with commis-
sioners to swap ideas, share status
reports and establish a united front
when it comes to bringing business to
the area.
"I think connection is the key," said
county commission Chair Danny
Leeper, a former Port Authority com-
missioner who suggested quarterly
meetings moving forward.
Port officials said this is the first
time in a long time that they have
focused on economic development,
and that they.are moving full steam
ahead with a new marketing effort.
There's a new website detailing the
latest services and port happenings -
portoffernandina.org- and people are
knocking on doors to find boats and
tonnage that will increase revenue,
generate excitement and raise aware-
ness for future growth; they said.
"I think the Port Authority and the
county meeting'like this is the best
thing that could have happened," said
Clyde Davis, the agency's attorney,
after the meeting Aug. 12. "Our intent
is common in so many areas, espe-
cially in terms of plans to increase eco-
nomic development."
Port Authority Commissioner
Richard Bruce say Ill'he agency '\anl,
. R)to find new growth iarcl- for ll>: prli
and the county.
"I'd like to see manufacturing come
in," said Bruce. "If it's in the county,
and it involves international trade, then
the port would be right in the middle
6f it."
Port officials said they have
secured a $100,000 grant from the
Florida Department of Transportation
to update their 10-year-old master plan
and that the port is paying its bills,
'including $1.5 million yearly bond pay-
ments and $3 million on a $7 million
interest-free loan from Kinder Morgan,
its operator.
"We are trying to look at ways to be
more than a port that brings in ships,
but an economic partner that will bring
business and jobs to the community,"
said Brian Reaves, chairman of the
Ocean Highway and Port Authority.
That dovetails with the vision of
the Nassau County- Economic
Development Board, whose Executive
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Transportation, education, jobs top objectives
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MARYMAGUIRE
News-Leader
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Driverswho have ever been slowed
by the continuous convoy of log trucks
on SR 200 or idled by the growing
number of accidents along the roadway
may have wished for another lane to
scoot around congestion. The good
news is that there is a plan to expand
AIA to six lanes from four.
Now comes the bad news.
The parade of cars and trucks on
the road is growing at such a steady
rate that by the time such a massive -
and expensive construction project is
finished it may already be obsolete.
"It won't solve anything by adding
new lanes to the roadway," said William


Moore, chairman of the Amelia Island
Fernandina Beach Yulee Chamber of
Commerce and director of planning
and development for the Amelia Island
Plantation.
They can build 10 lanes but unless
they're building another bridge the
traffic is going.to back up," said Nassau
County Commissioner Barry
Holloway. "We need a plan to move
people around this county without traf-
fic building up."
Transportation, traffic and what
happens next to local roadways as the
county bolsters business and increas-
es its population ran to the top of a list
of priorities local business leaders, edu-
cators and government officials iden-
tified this month for an upcoming leg-


islative push by the Northeast Florida
Chamber Coalition.
Following the recent session, the
counties will meet once more so the
chambers can finalize their agenda
issues by the start of October and then
take them to Tallahassee. There is dis-
cussion of having representatives
attend a "Tallahassee Day" to lobby
the government
The coalition is a relatively new
group that brings together seven area
Chambers of Commerce, including
those from Nassau, Baker, Putnam,
Clay, St Johns, Flagler and Jacksonville
counties.
Lobbyists from the Jacksonville
Chamber formed the group last year,
believing a partnership would benefit


county neighbors facing similar chal-
lenges and goals, even if they are on dif-
ferentscales. Organizers say applying
the "strength in numbers" principle to
-the legislative agenda kis a better way to
get the attention of lawmakers in
Tallahassee.
"It just makes sensee" said
Christopher Quinn, vice president of
public policy for the Jacksonville
Chamber of Commerce. "Collectively
talking to people as a group is a better
approach."
Members of the Amelia Island/
Fernandina Beach/Yulee chamber
gathered July 30 at a local hotel to set
the chamber agenda. Moderator
Moore dashed off talking points with
a red marker on three white easels set


up before participants.
At each seat was a crisp list of six
agenda items that had been previous-
ly identified by the staff and executive
boards of the participating county
chambers, including business climate,
small business, physical infrastructure,
workforce, education and military.
Each agenda item came with its
own subset of bullet points. Under
physical infrastructure, for example,
there was this item: "Support efforts
and legislation to create a Regional
Transportation Commission."
Under education, there was this
point: "Advocate for college success
counseling and guidance in high
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OBITUARIES


James Alden Campbell
James Alden Campbell, 86, of Yulee, FL
a pastor and teacher passed away August
15th at Baptist Medical Center in
Jacksonville, FL
Born July 13,1927, in New Albany, Ohio,
She served in the U.S. Army, 194547. In
1951 he graduated from
Asbury College in
Wilmore, KY, and served-
as the pastor of the
Alliance Church in Canton,
OH, 1955-58. He returned-
to Asbury Seminary,
earned:a M. Div. degree
. in 1961, and pastoredtwb
other, Alliance Churches_ in New
Wilmington, PA (1961-65) and Ambridge;
PA (1965-72)..
James ("Jim" to many friends he made
instantly, "Alden" to his family in Ohio) and
his family moved to Clearwater, FL, in 1973
;where he began a second career asa social
studiess teacher. James taught in Clearwater,
:1973-74, and then in Clewiston, FL, 1974-91.
SJames was employed by Plant Industries
i Gainesville, FL, in 1991. He married
'arrie Rtiple in,1992. He retired from teach-'
ing in 1991 but continued to work at Publix
stores in Gainesville until 2002.
James and Carrie moved to Yulee in
2009 where the, are devoted church mem-
bers and choir singers of Yulee Baptist
thiuth. They had'the joyof serving as vol-
Sunte rs at the Baptist Nassau Medical
Center from 2009 to 2011: ,;
James is survived'byhis-wife, Carrie;a
sister, Jean CampbeltDiehl (Aurora, IL);his
children Jon Campbell :(wife Kathryn) of
Boyce, VA,:and Janet Campbell Kalajainen
*'(husband Dr. Rodney Kalajainen) of Dewitt,
MI; five grandchildren, ,Matthew., (wife
Rachel) and Whitney Kalajainen,: Jill
Kalajainen Smith (husband Chris), Eric
*and Warren Campbell; and three, great-.
grandchildren, Emma and Mallory Smith
and Evan Kalajainen; Carrie's children,
John (Wendy) Ruple,Jr,ofTustin, CA, and
Cheryl (Ram) Onate of Jacksonville, FL;
and Carrie's five grandchildren, Christiana.
;,(Matt) Pearce, Erica Onate, Olivia Onate,
:Trankie Onate, and one great-grandchild,
:Christian Pearce. '
He was preceded in death by his broth-
zer,p Charles Roland Campbell, and agrand-
child, Graham Robert Campbell.
SFriends mwere received on Sunday'
A. ugust 18th from 3:00-5:00 pm at Yulee.
S"Baptist Church in Vulee, FL..,' "
W Services' were held at 1L30 am on
. -Monday, August 19th at Yulee Baptist
' Church in Yulee, FL.
SFor more information and to sign Mr.
,iCampbell's online register book, please
"visit the funeral home website at
-www.greenpinefuneral.com.
S". Green Pine Funeral Home

iAndera Webb Dickens' '
|Mrs. Andera 'Anri"Web Dickep*ak
q92, wife of the late, Dr. Benjamin F Dickens,'
1Sr., of Fernandina Beach, passed'away on
Thursday evening, August 15, 2013 at The
Retreat at Osprey Village.
Born in Milledgeville, GA, she was the
.laughter of the late, Milton Elijah and Mary
Gertrude Williamson'
*^ Webb. She was a graduate
Sof Peabody High School
in Milledgeville where she
P also attended the Georgia
State College for Women.
She later moved to
Augusta, GA where she
.attended business school.
While living in Augusta, she worked as a
.Bookkeeper for the Pepsi Cola Bottling
SCompany as well as Brittingham Plumbing


NEWS


Company.
In 1942, she married a young military
surgeon, Dr. Benjamin E Dickens, who was
serving in the U.S. Army. After his serving
in Japan during WWII, and receiving an
Honorable Discharge in 1948, the Dickens's
came to Fernandina; where her husband's
brother, Dr. H. B. "Bailey" Dickens and his
sister, Sarah Dickens Brewton (Dr. CecilB.
Brewton) were living.
Mrs. Dickens, along with Mrs. J. J. G.
Cooper spearheaded and formed the
Humphrey's Memorial Hospital Volunteer
Auxiliary. She was a Brownie Scout Troop
Leader and was instrumental in obtaining
the property and in the construction of the
building that is still in use for Scout meet-
,ings and activities, in Central Park in
Fernandina Beach. She and Wilma Bunch
were among the first and forming mem-
bers of the "Hibiscus Red Hatters" of
Fernandina
Her family have been active members of
the Memorial United Methodist Church of
Fernandina Beach where she has served as
'President of the Methodist Women, mem-
ber of the Edna S. Ward Bible Class and the
Ann Dickens Women's Circle. She enjoyed
the game of Bridge, was past President of
the' Hibiscus Garden Club and the
Fernandina Beach Woman's Club.'' ,
Preceding her in death are her husband
of 40 years, Dr. Benjamin F. Dickens Sr.,
who passed away in 1988, and a son in law,
Joseph "Joe" Sanford.
Mrs. Dickens leaves behind, her son, Dr.
Benjamin F Dickens Jr. (Bonnie),
Fernandina Beach, FL, her daughter, Mary
Apn Sanford, Apopka,"FL, a brother, Bert
Williamson Webb, Altamonte Springs, FL,
two grandchildren, Brian F. Dickens of
Austin, TX, Mary AnderaJohann (Drew) of
Deltona, FL, two great grandchildren and
numerous nieces and nephews. -
Funeral services will be at 2:00 pm, on
Friday, August 23, 2013 at the Memorial
United MethodistChurch of Ferndndina
SBeach with Reverend.Beth Fogle-Millef
and Dr. Bruce Jones, officiating.
Mrs. Dickens will be'laid to rest beside
',her husband in Bosque Bello Cemetery.
Her family will receive friends on,
Thursday from 5:00-7:00 pm at Oxley-Heard
SFuneral Home.
"In lieu offlowers, memorial contribu-
tions may be made to the Florida United
Methodist Children's Home, 51 Children's
Way, Enterprise, FL 32725 or. to' the
Memorial Ulnited Methodist Church, 601
, Centre Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034.
Please share her life story at www.oxley-
heard.com.
Oxley.Hearc' Funeral Directors

Lynn Elizabeth Holland
Ms. Lynn Elizabeth Holland, age 60, of
Fernandina Beach, passed away at her
homeon Monday, July 29, 2013.
Born in Hartford, CT, she was one of
three children born to ihe.late, Oliver
.M1c'LeA^tW ilhelnr and Janet Marsland
... ... Williams Wilhelm. Her
father's career moved the
family to Portola Valley,
SCA, where the family lived
.for ,several years.: They
':"later' returned i.'' "-to
Jacksonville where Lynn
was..an. Honors Graduate
at Episcopal High School
before attending Florida State University
where she obtained a Bachelor's Degree in
Theology. She worked as a Paralegal for
many years. An avid dog lover, she had
made Fernandina Beach her home for the
past two years.
SLynn was Episcopalian by faith and was
m' member of Christ Church, Ponte Vedra
Beach, FL ,


FSCJ offers culinary arts
Florida State College at Nassau Center is offering a
Jacksonville Betty P Cook workforce certificate program
in Commercial Food and Culi-
Snary Arts.'The two-course pro-
if an ai gram wascreated to prepare
fman" Wall individuals for employment in
I May 6, '2L9 the culinary and hospitality
S fields, with 60 hours of training.
S*" : Food Preparation, the first
I *SS1""1" 300-hour training class, begins
f Monday. Classes will meet
IA111 110i MlM on g i Monday .through Friday from
lesgfirn'm mate IS _n 1-5 p.m..until Dec. 13. The cost
XAUM keandMW for the class is $942 plus a uni-
bona . form. The textbook and knives
'W ll he i oi Mt.na will be provided for use in the
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A private, non-profit agency that assists
Imui. Rm Nassau County families who need food,
shelter and basic necessities.
S" For information, call: 904.261.7000


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Monday, 12p.m.


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Thursday, 3 p.m.


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She leaves behind a brother, Robert
"Bob" Wilhelm, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, a
sister, Kristina Maltby, Rohnert Park, CA
and several nieces and nephews.
Memorial services will be held at 2:00
pm on Sunday, August 25, 2013 in the
Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral
Home-
Her family will receive friends on Sunday
at the funeral home, from 1-00 pm until the
hour of service.-
Please share.her life story atwww.oxley-
heard.com.
OxleyHeard Funeral Direcmtors

John LWest
Mr. John L West, age 76, of Fernandina
Beach, passed away on Sunday morning,
August 18, 2013 at the Morris Center for
Caring at Shands of Jacksonville.
Born in Conway, SC, he was the oldest
of four children born to the late Louis Eric
and Charlotte Stacia Ellis West Being
raised in Yaahannah,,SC, he attended a one-
room school house in Plantersville, SC. He
was a graduate of Winyah
High School,-' Class of
S1955. After high school,
Mr. West attended college
on an 'Academic
Scholarship at North
Carolina State in Raleigh.
While at NC State he
earned -a Bachelor's
Degree in Pulp and Paper, graduating with
"honors. During his freshman year in col-
lege, he met Carolyn Knight; whom would
become his wife. Mr. West graduated in'
Mayof 1959and he and Miss Knight were
married in June. The newlyweds immedi-
ately settled in Charleston, SC as he began
his career joining Westvaco Paper Company. '
Throughout his 40-year career in the Paper
Industry, he and his family moved several
times for" promotions and 'new appoint-
ments. After living and working in SC, OH
and AZ, he was brought to Stone Container
in Jacksonville where he served as General
Manager until retiring in 1999. While work-
Sing in Coshocton, OH, he whs recognized
by receiving the Chairman's Award for
Excellence in 1989, was on the Advisory
Board of Bank One and was a Rotarian.
Mr. West wasa Veteran of the U.S. Army,.
an avid fisherman, golfer and NC State fan.
He was a member of the Memorial United
Methodist Church of Fernandina Beach.
S In addition to two sisters, he is preced-,
ed in death by a daughter, Lori Bass, who
passed away in 2006. ,
Mr. West leaves behind, his wife of 54
years, Carolyn Knight West, Fernandina
Beach, FL,'their son, David West (Cathy),
Pooler, GA, a son in law, David Bass,
Birmingham, AL, a sister, Judy Dugan
(Nelson), Rocky ML, NC, a sister in law,
Becky Clegg, Raleigh, NC, four grandchil-
dren, Lifidsay Burns Oudson), Chillicothe,
OH, Jessica West, Columbus, OH, Kelsey
Bass, presently a student atTexas A &M,
College Station, TX, Taylor Bass,
SBirmingha'n, AL, a great grandson, jonah,
and several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be at 11:00 am
today, Wedpesday, August 2.1, 2013 in the
Burgess Chapel of Oxley'Heard with.
Reverend Beth Fogel-Miller, officiating.
Mr. West's family received friends from
5:00-7:00 pm on Tuesday at the funeral
home.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contribu-
tions may be made to Community Hospice
of Northeast Florida, 4266 Sunbeam Road,
Jacksonville, FL 32257 or to the Memorial
United Methodist Church, 601 Centre
Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
Please'sharehjiis life storyiatwww.oxley-
heard.com. eH F .ulio
Oxley-He.ardFumeraIDirectors


program
class. Restaurant Cook,:the sec-
ond 300-hour class for the:cer-
tificate, will be offered in the
spring term, which starts in
January.
Instructor 'is Chef Bill
Castleberry, a certified execu-
tive chef with the American
Culinary Federation who has
'taught at Fernandina Beach
High School, the Lewis "Red"
Bean Technical .Center at
Florida State College in Yulee,
dand First Coast Technical
College-in St Augustine.
S Interested residents need to
complete.a Florida State College
at Jacksonvile application, the
Test of Aduilt Basic Education
and the federal financial aid
application. A high school diplo-
ma is not required. The center
is located'at 76346 William
Burgess Blvd., Yulee: Call Tma
Elmore at 5484435.

FOR THE RECORD

The State Attorney's
Office will not prosecute Tony
Carl McBee of Fernandina
Beach on charges of delivery
-bflessthan2.gramsof .
cannabis, stemirng from an
undercover stingr operation
June 28 at-the Days Innin
Fernandina Beach by the
Jacksonville and Nassau
County sheriff offices and
publishedin the Police
Report July 10. According to
the Clerk of Courtfs Office
and McBee's attorney, Nicole
Jamieson, the charges against
McBee were dismissed.
The News-Leader strives for
accuracy We will promptly cor-
rect all factual errors. Please
notify the editor of errors at
mparnellU@newsleadercom or
call (904) 261-3696.


Nassau County Extension
is offering a bi-monthly e-
newsletter for gardeners and
homeowners. Horticulture
News is free and will be
emailed "blind copy" every
other month. Your email
address is protected; it is not
published in the email trans-
mission. Horticulture News
features plant and wildlife
information, tips for a suc-
cessful landscape and a
monthly "to-do" list for your
landscape. Upcoming pro-
grams are also identified. To
sign up for the newsletter,
see:, http://nassau.ifasufl.
edu/horticulture/newslet-
ter/newsletter.html, or call
the Extension office at (904)
879-1019. Master Gardeners
are on phone duty Fridays at
491-7340. ''
?ackihes;oor
Through the month of
August, First Baptist
Fernandina Beach is taking
donations ofschool supplies
to Pack the School. This
year,the effort is to help
Southside Elementhry sup-
Sply its teachers, and students
with pencils, pens, pocket
folders, wide-ruled notebook
paper, spiral notebooks,.'
crayons, glue.sticks, dry-
erase.markers, white or color
, copy paper, Kleenex, paper
. towels, wipe-ups and back- "
packs. '
Drop off donations at,
First Baptist Church, 1600 S.
Eighth St, 8:30a.m.-4:30
p.m., Monday-Thursday
(drive to the back and enter.
the administrative offices),
or the Children's Desk on
Sunday. "
Freefbod.
The Nassau County
Hunger Coalition and '
Second Harvest will deliver
free produce, dairy, bakery
goods and meat starting at 1
p.m. until all the food is gone
today at Yulee United
Methodist Church, 86003
Christian Way, Yulee; and
Aug. 29 at the Atlantic
Avenue Recreation Center
auditorium, 2500 Atlantic
Aye', Fernandina Beach.
SACmeeting
The School Advisory
.Council qt F eriandina Beach
High Sch.l willU.hold its "
organizational meeting for
the 2013-14 school year on
Aug. 22 at 3:30 p.m. in the
main office conpence room.
For any questions and/or
concerns, contact Spencer G.
Lodree at 261-5713.
Gun-cours
Gary W. Belson
Associates Inc. will hold a
concealed weapon license
course-at 5:30 Itn. Aug 22
and 26. A basic i'th defen-
sive tactics course will be
Held at 7:45 a.m.Aug. 31. For
details contact Belson at 491-
8358, (904) 476237 or gbel-
sofi@bellsouth.niet. Visit
www.TheBelsonGroup.com.
Teddybe afair
The'Jackfsonville Zoo and'
Gardens and Nemnours
Children's Hospital will host
Teddy-Bear Affair Aug.24
from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Children
ages3 to 12 who bring their
teddy bears or other'stuffed
animal will receive free
admission to the zoo.,
The event will be located
on Shaba Terrace, the zoo's
covered pavilion. -"Injured"
"'teddy bears will receive spe-
cial treatment by Nemours'
staff, including eye exams,
check-ups, casts and even
surgery. Therewill be animal
encounters, prize drawings
and visits from Jazoo, the zoo
mascot. The Jacksonville Zoo
is located at 370 Zoo Pkwy.
Phone (904) 757-4463 or visit
www.jacksonvillezoo.org.
Inquy dass
St. Michael Catholic
,Church is sponsoring an
inquiry class for those that
wish to know more about the
Roman Catholic faith and
what Catholics believe. The
program called 1PC.LA. (Rite
of Christian Initiation for
Adults) will start on Sept 3.,


50



25



10
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and continue each week
through Easter 2014. The
first few sessions are devoted
to basics of the faith. At the
end of the "Inquiiy" phase,
participants can decide if
they want to continue on and
become regular members of
the Catholic Church, culmi-
nating in a special ceremony
at Easter time.
The sessions are open to
those that have never been
baptized, or have been bap-
tized in another faith or to
Catholics that have not
received the Sacraments of
First Eucharist or
Confirmation. There is no
cost and an open house infor-
mation session will meet at
the Parish Office, 505
Broome St., on Aug. 27 at 7
p.m. For more information
call261-3472.
Healthfailr
The Waycross Veterans
Affairs (VA) Rural Health
Clinic will host a Women
Veterans Health Fair on Aug.
28 from 3-5 p.m, at the clinic,
515B City Blvd., Waycross,
Ga.
Women veterans will
receive information on
health issues and concerns:
This health fair is open to .all
women veterans. If you are
not enrolled in VA health
care,you will, have an oppor-
tunity to do so at this event,
For information call (912)
27-4400.
Businessworkshop
SThe Small Business
Development Center Nassau
at the James S. Page
Governmental Complex,
96135 Nassau Place, Yulee,
willoffer a free workshop on
Aug. 30 from noon to 1:30
p.m.:and Sept.23 from 5-6:30
pm;,Umi"ted seating. Pr-
registration required at 491-
7347. .
Thinking of starting your
own business? This work-
shop Will give an overview of
the seven basic require-
ments for business START-':
UP: Selecting an idea, Test-
i ing the market, Acquiring
capital,,"wRiting" a plan,
Turning for help, Understan-
ding legal requirements and
Projecting cash flow. o
Mentors needed
Take Stock in.Children is
lookigftfor female volun-"* ,
teeirs,especially in the Yulee,
area, to serve as mentors for ,
.children in grades 7-12.
Mentors provide guid- ;'
ance and support during\
weekly meetings with their
Students at school that last
about an hour and are some-
times held during lunch. The'
meetings also remind the
students of their commit-
ment of good grades, atten-
dance arid behavior as Take
Stock.participants. Their
reward for fulfilling that com-.'
mitment is a college tuition
scholarship upon graduation.
Mentors complete an ,
application, are interviewed
and receive training. Take'
Stock mentor training will be
held Sept 9 from 3:30-6:30
p.m. at the FSCJ Betty RP)
Cook Nassau Center, 76346
- William Burgess Blvd. irn
Yulee. For information, go to
www.takestockniassau.org
and click on mentor or con-
tact Jody Mackle at 548-4464.
or jmaclde@fscj.edu.
Bridge seminar
Marty Bergen, a 10-time
national bridge champion
and American Contract
BridgeLeague (ACBL)
Grand Life.Master, will con-
' duct a two-day seminar, for
both intermediate arid
advanced bridge players at
the Champions Club at
Juiington Creek, 1111
Durbin Creek Blvd. in Jack-
sonville, on Sept. 11 and 12.
. /.- The fee is $225 and
includes four sessions of les-
sons, daily lunches, Bergen's
notes and lesson papers,
door prizes and your choice.
of any two of his new book-
lets. Space is limited.
Advance registration is
required. .Contact Carole
Sinoff at Bergenseminar@
maiLcom i call her at (904)
504-1919.


- Top Floridaaid Georgia highway officits
were sett6 meet on .Amelia Island to discuss the
I* __"ilr 01 -igal -ieei. M-UnueA- Eeru.---aua


leasiUoity 01 a high level brdnge irom rernaiuia
Beach to St. Marys, Ga.
w elt ":" 'Augusti2" 1963'
Newly elected Fernandina Beach City :
Commissioner Ron Sapp called for a referendum
on island-wide consolidation, calling it "essential
to the future of this island."
August 21, 1986:
The Nassau County Planning and Zoning
Board was set to consider a tree ordinance for
unincorporated Amelia Island.
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Sign. signs
Citing complaints he has received, Nassau County
Director of Public Works Scott Herring has sent a ttWd to
the Florida Department of Transpprtation askihg District 2
Traffic Operations Engineer Jerry Ausher to review the
height and number of stop signs along the new Amelia
SIsland Trail on the south end of Amelia.sland.
Herring writes, in part, "Would there be any possibility of
reducing the number of stop'signs to the major crossings,
and also install d 'Bicyclist and Pedestrians Yield to
Vehicles' at strategic points on the path? We would also like
to know if the 'No Motor Vehicles' signs could be treated the
*same way, and possibly be installed on the back of the stop
signs to have two signs on one post. Nassau County under-
stands-that the Qounty is responsible for maintenance of the
trail and signs, however, since the signs being discussed
are regulatory and in FDOT nght of way, we felt it best to
discuss these issues with the department."


BIKE Continued from 1A
tacted the Florida Department
of Transportation (FDOT)
because they own the land,
S built the $2.3 million trail and
put up the signs. He has written
a letter "asking them to look at
the situation," said Herring.
Herring alsoremtlast month
with a local group that helps
maintain the trail and promote.
its use. .
"It's a new trail and we
worked with Scott on -some
ideas to solve-the situation, but
I also think a bit of educating
needs to bedone on both sides,
for bikers and local drivers,"
said Mike Pikula, president of
the Friends of the Amelia Island
Trail, Inc..' ...
The, proposed solutions
include removing stop signs in.
favor of white stop bars ,sten-
T' ciled directly on the trail. The
words, Stop. Ahead, could also
be'painted on the paih,' said
Pikula. I ,. :
And'if the FDOT insists on
Assigns, Pikula suggests making
both sides of a sign the busi-


ness end. "There's no reason
one side has to.be empty," said
Pikula. "That would take away
some of the butter and improve
aesthetics."
Pikula would also like to
post trail rules arid regulations.
The group has raised several
thousand dollars to install the
first of two iniformational kiosks
.planned for, each of the trail-
heads. The first one, said
Pikula, is planned for Peters
Point Phrk .and should go in
later this year.
Posting rules may help, but
some people would prefer to
see the stop signs removed
from alongside the.: roadway.
Bradley, a.35-year-old man
-who did want to offer his last
name but identified himself as
an island resident and surfer,
said stop sign placement is con-
fusing. He recounted an argui-
ment with 'his:parents .who
came.to visit earlier this sum-
* mer. Itoccurred in the car as
theytraveled the First Coast
,Highway near the series of stop
signs,. ".
"My mom was yelling at my


. M&RY MAGUIRE/NEWS-LEADER
Bicyclists, a multitude of stop signs and cars converge along the new 6.2-mile Amelia
Island Trail on the, south end of Amelia Island.


dad, saying he had just blow
through a bunch of stop signs,"
Said Bradley: "And I was trying
to tell her, that no, mom;.thosed
, signs are gfor bike riders,"
As .,such .troubles.. ,are
.addressed, Pikula says it is
'importantto point out a dis-,
Stinction between the kinds of
riders'who use'the trail, and
thosewho don't. -, .' .,
S".'ou have the skinny tires
.,nd spandex crowd who are
high speed riders and for them
being on.a lane with traffic is
fine," said Pikula, "Thistrail is
for casual riders .and families
who want to enjoy the scenery.,
Sand be social."
Jblie O'Mallev. 43. and her,
'*** \ *., , ,, : : '* l^ J ;,


son Finn, 8, are among the
casual rider crowd. They
hopped off their bikes at.
Terry's Produce Stand along
the trail near Avery Road for
tomatoes..
"We love the 'trail, and we
ride it a lot, but there are cou-
ple of areas where the treesare
.growing in around signs and
then drivers can't see where
the bikes are coming from,"
said O'Malley, She says the
area around Manucy Road can
be especially challenging.
"We will often get off the
bike path and go around into
*the neighborhood to avoid the
traffic and all thie signs;" she
said., ...


Fifin said he has fun on the
trail with his mom, but there
have been a few shaky inci-
dents. "I accidentally ran a stop
*sign and I hit thecurb trying to
.stop and it hurt my wrist," he
said..
There"can be some. bumpy
,moments rolling down the
road, even on a path tfiatis new,
smooth and scenic. The bot-
tom line is be careful. And stop.
"So many people know the
rules of the road and use that
knowledge to have a safe ride,"
said Pikula. "But this is all still
new, and as more'people come,
to the trail we've got to make it
as safe as we can."
mmaguireS'^uiiewsleoder.comi-


School

custodian

guilty on

sex charges
A former Yulee Elementary
School custodian will be sefn-
tenced Sept. 5 after he was con
victed of sexual battery on a
child and lewd or lascivious
molestation of a minor.
Raymond Leroy Gregory, 5i;
was arrested in October 2010
and held on $350,008 bond after
reports that he forced a 12-year-
old boy to perform sex acts on
him over several months. He
would then give the child gifts
and money.
According to
court records,
the assaults
took place in
2007.
Then Nas-
sau, County
Sheriff .Tom- Gregory
my Seagraves _______
said they -in-
volvqed one victim that Gregory
-who also was ayouth minister
at a Nassau County church at
the time -was acquainted with
outside bf school. .
The school board suspended
Gregory following his arrest and
eventually terminated his posi-
tion. An official with the district
also confirmed the molestation
did notinvolve a child at the
school where Gregory worked.
Gregory had been a custc-
dian at Yulee Primary since
1993. He was represented io
court by attorney Gary'Baker,
who has filed a motion for a new
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Sidewalk work on Lime


ANGELA DAUGHTRY
News-Leaeder
Sidewalk construction or
S Lime Street near Southside
S Elementary will begin Aug. 29
according to Florida
Department of Transportatior
S' spokesman Mike Goldman
The start date, originally
S' Aug., l. was pushed back to
S' allow traffic to "settle into
routine" around the school
with. thestart, of a new- aca
demik ,'r 'aito- avuad' o'nl
tflicti Wth new school tralfftic
;" Goldmarn said.


Lime Street has been Routes t
reduced to one-way traffic for gram, wh
; about a year ,while awaitfig enable anr
n sidewalk construction, due in to walk a
e part to concerns about the Funding
safety of children walking to Florida
a the new Roberts Learning and Transpor
n Achievement.Center Boys and admiriistt
Girls Club at 1175liUmeSL The The L
y roadway will-return to two-way joint effoi
P traffic when the sidewalk is ty, city of
a completed sometime in 'Nassau C
1 January or February, accord- and volu
- ing- to- Scott:-Herring, Nassau for the s
I County bhb'Ii^'wdf*tdS'dirdefi.. pr.ogrl'am
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o School,state pro- funds were required firom local
iich began in 2005 to government
d enicouiage'children The project will include
nd bicycle to school.' construction of sidewalks and
is provided to the .: associated improvements
Department of,:: -along the north side of Lirnme
station to create and .frm, South Eighth to South
er the program. 14th, along the east side of/'
ime Street project is a South 11th 'from Lime to'
't by FDOT, the coun- jasmnine, along the south side
SFernandina Beach, of ja.niimne from the entrance..
county School District of the school across South 14th
nteers. who lobbied to Isle of Palrnms.Line andalong
idle.walk FDOT has ithe .south 'side of Lime-from'
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CBC b
BEAUFORT, S.C. Coastal
Banking Company Inc., the
holding company of CBC
National Bank, headquartered
in Fernandina Beach, has
announced that the Office of:
the Comptroller of the
Currency has lifted its formal
written agreement with CBC
National Bank effectiveAug. 8.
As such, the bank isjao longer
considered to be in troubled
condition by ):he- OCC or
Federal Deposit Insurance
: Corp. :'(FDIC),1nd this action
brings to- a conclusion the
-.' agreements that the bank
S entered .into with the .OCC in,,
August 2009. ; -
"The lifting of the formal
agreement reflects the c.dnlmi-
nation of a successful, mulii-
Syear effort by the directors,
officers and employees of the
company to address and cor-
rect the issues identified by
the OCC that largely resulted
from the credit crisis and the
great recession," said Michael
G. Sanchez, chief executive
officer. "We are delighted to.
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have reached this milestone this dividend by the compa
in the rehabilitation of the bank was subject to consent or no
and look forward to future objection by the Fede
growth and opportunities to Reserve Bank of Richmoi
further increase the value of which was received on Aug
our banking franchise." On June 26, thecompan
In complying with the board of directors declared
Storms of the formal agreement, dividend payable on Aug. 15,
the bank lowered its credit. preferred stock shareholder
risk, reduced its level of criti- of record on Aug. 5 in t
cized assets, implemented a amount of $38A14 per share
profit plan that has generated the preferred stock. This p
sustained earnings and main- .ment represents the curn
trained its limited reliance on dividend due Aug. 15, t
brokered deposits, deferred dividends due FE
S"We are proud of our 15,2012 and May415,2012
efforts to restore the bank to well as accrued inter
health aid financial stability, -payable through Aug. 15 on
which included diligently" four' previously deferred p
working down problemiassets ferred stock dividends.
anId generating substantiaHlev- Coastal Banfking Co. I
els of noninterest income from operated under a Memor,
mortgage banking and small dum of .nderstandifig w
business lending," said the FRB since November 20
Sanchez "We earned our way .Coastal Banking Compa
back to health rather than hay- Inc., is the $405.3 million-as
ing to seek out additional dilu- : bank holding company of C:
tive capital as so many other NationalBank headquartei
banks were forced to do in in Fernandina Beach, wh
order to survive. This was the, provides a full' range of c
Best possible outcome for our summer and business bank
'shareholders, our customers services'through .full-serv
and our employees." banking offices in Beauk
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GAINESVILLE Florida's population grew
Sby 184,300 people, or almost 1 percent, in the past
year, continuing to reclaim ground since reach-
ing a yearly low of 74,000 in 20082009, according
to a preliminary report released bythe Univer-sity
of Florida's Bureau of Economic and Business
Research. '.
The preliminary statewide population esti-
mate is 19,258,700, an increase of approximate-
ly 457,400 since the 2010 Census count of
18,801,300. -
Growth in Florida slowed during the last half
of the last decade, declining from 6.2 percent
between 2000 and 2003, to 1.9 percent between
2007 and 2010 during the economic downturn and
housing bust. -Since 2010, the growth rate has


gradually increased and reached 2.4 percent for
the 2010 to 2013 period.
"We will have to see if growth continues to
increase, but given that approximately two-thirds ;
of Florida's growth is from net migration, con- :
tinued improvements in the economy and the .
housing market will likely be associated with
increasing growth rates in Florida," UF demog-'
rapher Scott Cody said.
The bureau produces yearly population esti-
mates between the Census years for the state,
which uses them to determine revenue sharing.
The bureau last week sent the April 1, 2013,'.
preliminary population estimates for Florida coun-
ties and cities to officials. Because estimates mnay '
change before being made final on Oct. 15, the
bureau will not analyze at local levels until the esti-;
mates have been reviewed by local officials.


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Tourism invigorated
An injection of private cap- F-KII, 1. .
ital into Nassau County has- s today
invigorated retail. busintesses
invigorate d rectil businesses y A foutr-week continuing education,
ahereowas th ey had received Investing In Today's Financial Markets," will
aIn this casegro th hormone, sted be offered at the Florida Stale College cam-
rInds nticase, the ingested pus in Yulee on Tuesday evenings begin-
steroidi.s not something like ning Oct'. 8.
HGH linked to professional. o The class will cover many aspects of the
a athletes, but instead BGH, orm or financial markets, such as stocks and bonds
And the side effe. are H o STEVE'S and popular investment vehicles like mutual
Andtive record tourism, boom Mr funds. It will be taughf'by local financial
.tive- record tourism b advisor Steve Nckas.
ing retaitisales, abrighter ont- L E advisor Steve Nicklas.
ingretail.salesa.bghteOut LA The schedule is: Oct 8, Investing'in the
f T private *ap nfo .---- -...---- Stock Market; Oct. 15, Investing in the Bond
)The private capital-fusion vcia Market, Oct 22, Investing in IRAs. 401 ks .
came frommulti-faceted ,Steve Nicklas and other Retirement Plans: and Oct 29,
resorts here. Bothxpansions the Omni Amela Island Developing a Financial Plan. The college
-etn hee can be-reached at 548-4432 for more minfor-
Plantation resort and The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia nation
Island have undergone vast, multimillion-dollar IL tcon
'improvements. . ,.. ,;
And the' investment is paying noticeable div- helprelieve the tax bulrdenfr:om residents.
idends, riot only for the resorts in terms of A' d a healthy economy is appealing for
occupancy and activity, but also for neighbor- prospectie businesses that could eventually ;
ing businesses. Many local restaurants, stores 19,catein the county. Tourism is assuredlyone
and stand-alone hotels have had near-record of the cleanest and most resilient industries. .
sales this summer "Another distinction must be niade here. ;
Tourism is a vital industry here, and it is Private capital is preferable'over public capital. -
. flourishing. Its impact trickles through our That's because public money comes from taxes
economy like the water in a mountain stream., collected by government, and is often rede-
And it benefits nearly everyone. : -' ployed by novices into projects that may not ,'
SWhile residents mayhaveto endure slightly make sense, or be fulfilled. "
more traffic or lines or crowds, there are This is not to say that public .projects are
rewards. Like the 25 privately owned .;estlau- ,,-. w.q'rrhy. Thei cert' n).: can b. Jjlfe-tle.,-, i ,,
rants in downtown Fernandina E-,.ach, for pa k hru, ,1 Lii., bik,.)ilh d -i ?,. ',lh-,;, '
instance. They would probably not be here, or the trendy downtown, streetscape..
be thriving, without tourism (They also '. But private capital does not involve taxes.
employ a lot of local residents) "U nd it doesn't have to be paid back. at least not
Tourism also allows Amelia Island to show- by residents. It is an abundant, high-octane fuel.
case itself. Not only will some tourists eventual- ti& the local economy. '
lymove here after experiencing the amenities SteveNiklas is a financial advisor with a
andlaid-back lifestyle, they also tell their )najor US. firm whoi lives andworks on Amelia
friends. This creates demand for the real estate Island His business columns appear in several
market and for future tqurism. newspapers in North Florida. He canbe reached'-4
Also, tourists pay lo.al sales taxes. These at 753-0236. .
dollars heipto fund thegovernment here and ( ;hcnicklaseam2'ms,, corn ;

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live and work," said John.
Hirabayashi, president and CEO
of Community First Credit
UnioA. "We wanted to solidify
our commitment to a better life
in North Florida. The Commu-
nity First'Cares Foundation
gives us many more opportuni-
ties-to support and fund proj-
ects and efforts that are impor-,
Stant to a strong and healthy
communityy"
Community First Cares has
already funded two projects.
Teach for America received a
grant and the upcoming
Generation Wow event, a new
initiative by Donna Orender's
SGeneration W organization, also
received funding. -
The Community First Cares
Foundation will house' all the
credittunion's charitable giving,
hundreds of thousands ofwhich
have already 'been granted to
our community over the years.
The foundation also creates the
ability to fundraise specifically
for the foundation and its proj-
ectr, something that could not.
be done in the past, giving the
foundation an opportunity to
multiply and magnify the char-
itable donations of .the institu-
tionm Community First Cares
has filed its application to:
become a 501 (c)3 organization.
Donation requests of any size.
can be made online any time of
year at. www.CommunityFirst
Cares.org..
SThe foundation will initially
be led by a board of directors,
employees of the credit union
appointed by the credit union's
board of directors. For more
information; visit uw. w iu--
nit Firsbaesio0g o1 ca&OUi)( "'*
371.8090. For information about
Community First Credit Union,
visit www.CommunityFirstFl.
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201 Centre St. becomes the first historic building in
Fernandina Beach to install a solar electric system
with the. installation of 62 solar panels on the build-
ing's. roof. The solar electric system was installed by
A1A'Solar Contracting, Inc. and will produce 15.5: ',
kilowatts, lowering the building's monthly electric bill
by $200'to $500 per month depending on the'time of
year. Peter Willdking, president of A IA Solar, said dur-
ing the installation, "the system will harvest 23
megawatt-hours per year and offset 27 tons of carbon
dioxide' per year." The building's owners, Jon anld ASim
Ferguson, said they "expect to accomplish three things
-Ithe harvesting of free energy, having the most energy
efficient building on Centre Street and lastly lowering
our electric bill." The building is known as "The '
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PORT Continued from- A
Director Steve Rieck was in the audience 'We are trying to be more
Monday Rieck is charged with leading the than a port that brings in
county's effortto bring jobstothe area, and
ideas he shared during a recent interview ships, but an economic part-
echoed those offered by Port Authority ner thatwill brin business
officials. Rieck also is a member of the g
agency's development team. and jobs to the community.'
One project important to both Rieck BRIAN REAVES, CHAIRMAN
and the Port Authority is the Crawford OCEAN_- GHWAYAND
Diamond industrial park in Callahan. When Pl HIoWAr
the authority agreed to fund utility infra- PORT AUTHORITY
structure, including sewer and water, at ------
the complex, it helped secure."megasite" Island, but that needs to be tied to a busi-
certification, meaning thatthe land is ready ness element It runs out in March 2015,
for development, so time is important.
Port officials also said they are looking .There also was discussion about
at finding an inland port within the coun- Nassau County becoming a port of call for
ty to capture new business. Toward this cruise'ships. Officials said downtown
end, they need to establish a partnership Fernandina Beach and the former pogey
Switch local government to satisfy eligibility plant site on the northern tip of Amelia
requirements for state and federal grants. Island are frequently mentioned as viable
"Local government (has to be), on options for such an operation, but there are
board, of you're not going to get the obstacles, including infrastructure and
money," said Val Schwec, commercial parking.
director, Nassau Terminals, LLC (Kinder- "This needs the support of the local
Morgan). community and I'm not sure it's there,"
Leeper asked port officials to consider said Schwec.
public perception when it comes to using Officials said most cruise lines want
the term "inland port," saying it's a con- only a four- or five-year commitment, and
fusing phrase. ifthey decide to leave, the community is left
"They think we are going to dredge a with an emptyfacility at a $20 million price
canal and a ship is going to come by," said tag..
'Leeper. That is not true, he said, and sug- "Even if you found the perfect spot, it's
gested changing inland portto "inter-model still a high-risk investment," said Reaves-
logistic center" instead, '. ... Still, becoming port of call can bring-
,Port officials said they also recently jobs and money to a community and "be a
.-'held a mini-workshop with officials from huge money maker," he noted.-.
the'city of Fernandina Beach to establish : Its officials said business for the .Port
a united partnership with the goal of bring- Authority and its approximately 80 employ-
'ifg new business, and jobs, to thecorn- ees looks good. The port is handling 100
munity ;. ships per year. and while it handled 240 to
They think we have done this before, 250 ships in the recent past, tonnage is up
but we haven't, aid Reaves. even if vessel calls are down,
Schwec said the. Port Authority has "We'll get it back up, but it will take
secured an $8.5 million grant .for Infra- -.time,"said.Schwec afterthe meeting.
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AGENDA
Continued from LA
schools via staffing dedicated
exclusively to the issue."
Education and preparing stu-
dents for the workforce came up
early in the discussion, with Steve
Rieck, executive director of the
Nassau County Economic
Development Board, saying there
are problems to solve long before a
student completes high school, let
alone applies for college.
'We need to make sure that the
curriculum in schools is meshing
with the needs of employers," said'
Rieck. That's something I think
has been out of whack lately."
Rieck said his office has been
discussing the effectiveness of
the state's Ready to Work program.
"It's not nationally portable and it
Smay not be defensible in court," he
said. -
Reck is tasked with finding new
jobs for Nassau County and has
more than 35 years' experience. "If
I have a company in Illinois looking
to come here, and-they don't know
what Ready ,to Work means and
they've never heard of it, they won't
trust it," he said. "We should look
at this from the way Florida com-
petes in the marketplace, or we
need to look at another way to
accredit the workforce."
Other participants questioned
the viability of college for all stu-
dents, suggesting that a stronger
emphasis be placed onvocational
training programs,' .
We hear that college is the way
to go, and I mnay be editorializing
here but maybeit's not," said mod-
erator Moore, who holds both an
undergraduate and gradi'ate
degree. ' :


"I was watching a PBS docu-
mentary featuring Len Goodman
do you know that guy from
TV?" said Moore, about a host from
the popular program, "Dancing
with the Stars." "He started life
as a welder and became a dancer
at night and look at his success
story."
Moore also took time to lament
the loss of home economics from
the school curriculum. "I learned to
make biscuits and blueberries and
not to put peas on my fork with
mashed potatoes," said Moore.
"They're important skills, but
they're not being taught today."
Sharyl Wood, an administrator
with the Nassau County School
District, said college is a must-have
to successfully compete in the
workforce, and obtain a well-pay-
ing job.
"I was a home-ec teacher, and
I'm not anymore but we want to
provide something desirable to kids
and makes them money in the
S.future," said Wood. "The level of
education people need now is high-
er than high school." '
Melba Whitaker, a retired
Fernandina Beach teacher whose
family owns Robison Jewelry on
Centre Streetj said, "I'd like to see
a better way of putting the.empha-
sis on education rather than test-
ing."
SHolloway had a specific ques-
tion. "What vocational effort do we
*want to teach?" he asked. "Unless
*Mr. Digby wants to have a Red
'Bean Center to learn how to make
.beds we'need local industry to tell
us what they need to keep every-
one from leaving the island."
Holloway pointed across the
room to Tim Digby, general man-
ager of the Omni Amelia Island


Plantation resort. The Omni is one
of the island's largest employers.
But Digby chose to focus on
affordable housing.
"If people can't live here, they
can't apply for a job here," said
Digby, whose staff bulks with more
low-paving service jobs, such as
housekeeping and food service,
than well-paying executive ones.
The group also keyed in on state
mandates.
"WVe need to make it clear to
those folks in the legislature not to
give us mandates without a clear
way to pay for them," said Holloway,
about state regulations and pro-
grams that must be put in place at
a local level and paid for with local
funding, even if that means raising
taxes. "They make us lookk like the
bad guys."
The group tossed around ideas
for more than an hour, touching on
a broad range of topics, including
tourism, and building flyover access
roads for the Crawford Diamond
industrial site on the West Side,
and suggesting to. the legislature
to have fewer sessions. Military
issues, including support policies to
help retain and integrate veterans
into the regional workforce, was
the only agenda issue not discussed
before the meeting ended.
Funding the agenda issttes,
whether they have been identified
as a priority or put at the bottom of
the list, is also a concern, cautions
Nassau County Manager Ted Selby,
who is charged with keeping an
eye on the county's pocketbook.
"It's all a pot of gold at the end
. of the rainbow, but until we get
there it's important that we ask how
do we provide the services in the
meantime;" said Selby.
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Can-a brochure ,stop litter-
ing? :' : '
The Tow'isrn Development
Council says it is worth a try
and is' recommending an edu-
cational awareness campaign
aimed at tourists that come to
Local beaches with tents and
tar,.s and then walk awayatthe
end of the day
"Most of the people who
leave pop-up tents-and other
debris on the beach aren't'


thinking about the environ-
mental impact they have on tur-
tle nests," said Gil Langley,
managing, director of .the -
Tourism Development Council,
in'a phone interview.,
Langley said the brochures
would be distributed at hotels,
bed and breakfasts, and at the
offices of property managers
that handle transactions for pri-
Sva te owners of vacation homes "
He said the brochures could
be ready in 45 days. .
"Most visitors are environ-,
mentally conscious'and want


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we think if we can educate contract with a sanitation com-
-them it will cut back on people pany for monthly service.
leaving stuff, or abandoning During the Independence Day
items on the beach." holiday, crews earn their
The 'county has had a big money.
problem with littering, espe- There has been talk- of
cially over the Fourth of July: imposing a new ordinance to
holiday weekend. Officials say make such littering an offense
thatabandoning tents and other that comes with a fine. But at
beach items is easier than pack- the county commission meet-
ing it up anditaking.'it home. ing last week, County Manager
Clean-up then becomes a coun- Ted Selby told the board that it
ty, problem and expense. would pursue the awareness
Langley says the' TDC campaign first. :
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'Deliverance"



still rankles,.

My wife and I took adifferentroutelfor
vacation this summer. We went north. We
drove all the way to the Upper Peninsula of
Michigan and then down to the Canadian
side of Niagara Falls We had beautiful
weather; folks were friendly and accomnmo-
dating; the sights were breathtaking.
But don't worry: I'm not going to write
about our vacation. I want to talk about
"Deliverance."
While we were staying
in Petoskey, 'Mich.,
Roemer McPhee was
speaking at the library in
nearby Harbor Springs.He>
is the author ofThe
Boomer's Guide to Story: .
Search f.r Insight in
Literature and Film. It
FROM ; took him four years t':
write 500 esa,'ys-6'f 6
contemporary stories in
.HOPE films and novels. If you
OFFICE like stories and th'ir
underlying messages-
this book is worth your
PhilH udgins time.
S: I wondered what he


had to say about "Deliverance," since that
was one of the stories he was to discuss in
SHarbor Springs. So I bought the book and 'r.
; telephoned him.
You know the basic plot of
"Deliverance," a James Dickey noverlimade .,
Into a movie It's about four prosperous
.' canoeists from the big city, obviously
Atlanta, who travel to North -Georgia, obvi- .
o ously,;to attack'the Cahulawassee River,
!obviously the Chattooga. And it's they 'Who
.are attacked.:.,
i Many of us Southerners think the movie,.
ffllmed partially in Rabun County, unfairly '
Sand wrongly stereotypes mountain people.\
SBut Roemer McPhee-whose uncle, by
the way, is the famous writerJohnMcPhee
i- said that "Deliverance.? is not about North
SGeorgia, and it's not about mountain men.
"It's about four nien under a terrible
attack," he said, "and it could have hap-
Spened anywhere... That story does not..
S. depend on the setting, but the settings .
etched in everyone's mind."
It certainly is. In fact, the setting is'
etched to the core of Barbara Taylor.
Woodal's mind. Woodall, a Rabun County-.
native and author of It's Not My Mountain
'Anymore, doesn't see any redeeming quail-
,ties in the movie..
"It's not just a movie when a culture is
assaulted on the silver screen," she told me.
i"Try that with a bunch of Muslims and see
'what happens to you. The New Georgia
Encyclopedia calls the movie 'the most
,degrading depiction of Southern moun-
'taineers ever put on film.'"
SMoviemakers came to North Georgia
:'looking for freaks for the movie, she said,
'and those images, 41 years later, still stick
in the minds of disrespectful tourists who
make derogatory remarks and sometimes
squeal like pigs to some of the nicest,
:most hospitable people on Earth natives
"of the North Georgia mountains.
Roemer McPhee said that "Deliverance"
:is about what man does when he's,in a cri-
'sis. "It's very unfortunate," he said,
:"because the stigma is very real and very
;big, but that's not the essence of the story.
... The setting is a lot less important to the
story than I think people realize."
But it's extremely important to people
.who live in that setting.
SJust ask a native who's heard the
:squeals..
SPhil Hudgins is the senior editor for
'Community Newspapers Inc., the media comn-
'pany that owns the News-Leader
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Local political scene predictions

I don't know why I continue to watchthe the sale, they favor selling the count this increase will be the fourth in a
afternoon sports shows, butlI do. They all trees, they favor selling the series, a to be endured by a population wear
center on various talking heads offering up green space, they favor sell- of shouldering the tax burden for an island pc
opinions about teams, owners, players, ing the open space. They've ulation. There's not much to bg said here that
even which college team has the best mascot gotten a whiff of the aroma of isn't super-redundant. Commissioners are
And, particularly at this time of year at the property tax dollars and for aware of the unfairness, they simply have chc
beginning of the football season, they're all some elected officials that sen to do nothing about it
about predictions which team will finish first scent is irresistible- Those tharter-imposed limitations on
in their division, which team willfinish last, Caveat- if a lot of oppo- CRAs will be reinforced by the voters in
which team is more likely to wind up in the E D A E nents to the sale were at last November. The first proposed community
Super Bowl or the national championship. Well, night's meeting, well, my pre- redevelopment area (CRA) encompassed
despite my disaffection for such things, I'm AND diction might be wrong, roughly 11 percent of the city's tax base and
going to make a few predictions of my own TACKLE Remember, nothing is so per- commissioners rejected it Then, voters
regarding what I believe is likely to happen on suasive to an elected official approved an amendment to the charter limiting
the local political scene: -a-- s a room full of voters. that percent of the tax base to 2 percent and
SThe county commission, despite its finanr- Ron Sapp Crane Island will proba- the number of CRAs to two and they had to b
dcial woes, will decide not to raise taxes; they bly be developed, albeit with non-contiguous.
will dip, once again, into reserves to close the a smaller number of homes than developers City commissioners want to change that a
expenditure/revenue gap, even though their had envisioned. The developmental history of they're asking the voters to abolish those vot
chief financial officer says that strategy is that soon to be unfortunate island is long and approved, charter-imposed CRA limitations. I
unsustainable long term. Nothing is so persua- convoluted. Suffice to say that the county has so look forward to being one of those people
sive to an elected official as a room full of vot- always favored development (remember, Crane who campaign against rescinding the limita-
ers. t Island is not in the city- yet). The city commis- tions, will never tire of pointing out-the fact ti
The'county commission will continue to sion, after decades of opposing development, the emperor (metaphorically CRAs) has no
rush headlong into numerouslegislative and finally yielded around 2000- the actual date of clothes. A preview: The current CRA has bee
financial arrangements with the Terra Pointe that ignoble 3-2 decision escapes me -and in place for about 10 years and has generated
folks. Well meaning, knowledgeable opponents allowed access to the island through the air- zero, no economic benefit to the people of
will point out the foly in those arrangements, port, in exchange for the islands being Fernandina Beach, no tax dollars, and no job
but their arguments-will fall on deaf ears. annexed upon completion of development In fact, it's been just the opposite the comnm
Commissioners willallvparrot the developer's Much more on' Crane Island to come, sion voted to provide $450,000 in taxpayer fui
line about local taxpayers not having to pay for Interest groups and influential people will ed "seed money" to the CRA, most of which
roughly $130 million in infrastructure costs, : campaign for the city's purchase of the down- was eaten away by a small sea of consultants,
but we'll see who winds'up. footing the bill town post office. Familiar questions will sur- the remainder mercifully returned by last
History has not been kind to local taxpayers. face, of course, like, 1) what to do about the year's commission to the general fund.
City commissioners will vote in favor of .- lack of parking, and 2) where do we get the Those are some of my predictions, so we'
putting the question regarding selling 34 acres roughly $4 million to bring the building up to see. They all could be wrong, of,course, give
of trees and open, green recreation land on the code and 3) once purchased, what are we actu- the unknown factor of citizen involvement in
SNovember ballot. They will sooth their way- ally goingto'do with the building, i.e., hwwvill thepolitical decision-making process.
Sward consciences by saying something ridic-u- it function, etc? None of these questions will .Remember,'nothing is so persuasivet6 ah eli
Slous like, "We're not necessarily in favor of the .matter,of course, to proponents,,but responsi- ed official than a room full ofvoters.
sale, we're just letting the people decide." bl people will ask them anyway. They may not have an internal set of core
Know this: those commissioners who vote in City taxpayers will once again be subject- beliefs that are inviolate, but they cancount,.
favor of putting the question on the ballot favote r ed to another property tax inrease.Bymy RonSppisa.frerciycommissio
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Afriendlost .,
Our community has lost a very
special person. Amy Sexauer passed
away in her home Aug. 5.
I had the privilege of knowing
Amy for over 10 years I first met her VX y
through her love of animals, and *
then got to know her better when I,
had surgery at our local hospital.
Amy was an RN with Baptist Nassau
for many years. She loved helping
people as well as animals.
Many people in our community
will remember Amy as the wonder- .
ful nurse they saw when they.woke
up from anesthesia after a proce-
dure, or as the last smiling face they
saw before went into "sleep mode"
while being wheeled into the oper-
t. ting roon i '..'. '' "
: ShealwavlsaW -
-and would assure you that alfl tWould
be well. She had a wonderful way
with people.
But she also had a wonderful
'way with animals. Her best friend for
so many years was little Oscar. '
Whenever you saw Amy you saw
her little white dog as well. And she
ad several rescue cats who shared first-time visitor
her life. She gave them the most and Amelia Isl
unique names. Rainbow, Thunder the Statue of L
and Stormy were just a few of the on AIA nearly:
cats who felt Amy's caring touch- detritus facing
SWe will miss Amy very much an expensive
here at Cats Angels. She had been Fernandina
a supporter of our mission of spay, courage and si
Sneuter and adoption for many years, the beach junl
Her handsome kitty Tom Tom was beaches truly
a Cats Angels alumnus. Amy never Nassau Count
forgot us at holidays and always sent :
the most wonderful cards to us
encouraging our community efforts..
Rest in Peace sweet Amy. We a t
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Board of Directors/Intake
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Gameon 7 '
On behalf of the myself and our
troops at Bagram Air- Base in
Afgihanistan, we would liketto:thank
the following individuals for: their
efforts in seeing through-our "Golf
Clubs for the Troops" project in
November 2012. Through .their
efforts we were able to collect'thou-
sands of golf balls, 15 sets of clubss"
tees,.towels, hats, shipping-and finan-
cial donations.
Thanks to George Sheffield, Lee
Allen, Kellie Culbreth and the staff
at Amelia River Golf Club, Colonel
Loving of the 5 Star Veterans Center,
Steve Kelley of Kelley Pest Control
arid all of our local citizens who
donated their new and used items.
John 'Stevenson
Amelia Island

Savetheland .
If we lose this 28-acre piece of
recreational land and Pat Foster-
Turley as a result, our island is
doomed (Wild Ways, Aug. 14).
Save this land from development
Jean DesBarres
Fernandina Beach

Signage
How ironic is it that the Nassau
County Commissioners have voted
to ban certain types of signage
because it is "tacky" and detracts
.from the image of the beautiful
island of Amelia and'its beautiful
beaches (Aug. 16) but chooses -
year after year- to- ignore the trash-
ing of Amelia's beaches by visitors
who leave their beach parapherna-
lia on county beaches for
days/weeks at a time? If I were a


MIKE KEEFETI-iE DENVER POST


or to Nassau County Commission a "pig in a poke."They
and, I would not mind assert that it will cost the taxpayers
Liberty waving at me of Nassau County 'lens of millions
so much as this beach of dollars." And 'in a following
Sme each morning on lengthy dcfiscourse, they provide not
vacation. The city of' a shred of credible evidence to sup-
Beach has had the port this preposterous claim
successfully addressed They do manage to throw in a
k issue to keep their scurrilous paragraph that reads,.
Beautiful, why can't ",vlullin and others have repeatedly
try? o insisted thpt ENCPA will never cost
Kathy Brooks the taxpayers a penny. And of
Fernandina Beach coursers, they are honorable men:!"
You can only take this to mean. by


nonprofits
)nt-page story regard-
tf I',inci. tIn nr.ot fn n-


lil, anIUaiIUn Ii iu LU lto iow U non-
profit organizations both illuminates
and illustrates ("City OKs funds for
museum, library, "'Aug.'J16).The
article contains a (I-infer) verbatim
quote from the mayor that she had -
"gone through the listof noriprofits
and noted that the only one that
doess not get money from the coun-
ty is the Amelia Island Museum of
History." .
S Not so! Amelia ,Community
Theatre, with which I have been
proudlyassociated for a decade, nei-
ther requests nor receives any
monies from city or county. Since
you have provided a list of local non-
profits on page A3, I-wonder how
comprehensive that list can be,
given my previous observation. It
is important to challenge the
mayor's assertion for two reasons.
First, it is simply incorrect and that
is- not acceptable, and second, by
implying that all local nonprofits
other than the museum derive funds
from the county, she misleads poten-
tial donors to both ACT and per-
haps other local organizations.
I am not arguing that the city
should be funding any/all local non-
profits, merely seeking truth and
accuracy.
accuracy. Geoffrey King

Fernandina Beach

Anti-development'
Whenever I read'a contribution
to the News-Leader by Robert
Weintraub, I am reminded of a quote
by author Saul Bellow "There are
few people who know what they are
talking about and they are not oft to
be found in the newspaper." Mr.
Weintraub and Michele Kling have
set forth in their Viewpoint (Aug.
16) that Mike Mullin, attorney for
Rayonier's Terra Point City
(ENCPA), a 24,000-acre planned and
proposed development in Ytulee, has
sold the Nassau County


innuendo, that MNlullin and other pro-
Sponents of the development are not
honorable. This says a lot more
about Weintraub than it does about
Mullin. 'do not know Mike Mullin
Personally, but I know of his repu-
tation, and those who do know him
would take great exception to such
afoul accusation, and which I sus-
pect-flows from resentment derived
in other prior legal and county pro-
ceedings involving development
issues in which Weintraub has some
interest
I have no association with anyone
who works at Rayonier, nor do I own
any Rayonier stock. It is riy'belief
that our currentcounty commission
is composed of the most able and
knowledgeable commissioners we
have had in the 19 yearsI have lived
in Nassau-Cotunty, and. I amtn confi-
dent that they are much better qual-
ified to look after the interest of
Nassau Coutinty taxpayers than two
obvious anti-development advocates.
John M. Everett
Amelia Island

Education Summit
I attended the Education Summit
held at the FSCJ Nassau Center a
couple of weeks ago, and found it
very informative. After that sum-
mit, a letter to the editor raised a
concern about the "Common Core"
- standards that are being imple-
mented nationwide, and also men-
tioned theproblems with the sound
system at the meeting.
While there were several people
who' raised concerns about
Common Core, I think it is impor-
tant not to overlook the fact that
Nassau County's state representa-
tive, JanetAdkins, has become such
a key leader in Florida education.
The event she arranged was attend-
ed by folks from other parts-of the
state and by the education leader-
ship in Tallahassee. They came here
instead of us having to go there.
There's the saying that state gov-
ernments do three things- educate,


medicate and incarcerate. We're for-, "
tunate to have an effective local voice
in such a significant part of state ,
. activity., '..
Harvey Slenti':
.Amelia Island

Thanks foryour help
; The Coalition foritheReduction/ .
Eliminatiion of Ethnic Disparities in
Health (CREED), thanks. all of you
who volunteered to help'make this
year's back to school event, which
was held Aug. 3 at the Peck Center,
a huge success. The phenomenal
success of this community event is
a reflection of the ever-increasing
dedication and enthusiasm com-
munity volunteers'display on a conri-
tinual basis.
I would like to personally thank
everyone for their contribution of,
time, money and supplies. to this
event You have touched the lives of
Sso manyyoung people returning to
school
We are already-in the process of; -
planning for next year's back to
school event and wouldlike to ask
for more assistance from our local"
churches, businesses'and medical
community. With additional help
we will be able to offer service to i
more children.
We look forward to working with
all of you again next year..
Jennett Wilson Baker,
Director
CREED

Sis signs signs
Three cheers for the county
commissioners and Peter King for
finally putting some teeth in a sign
ordinance. It has been an embar-
rassment for the dancers, scantily
clad young ladies, snipe, etc., for
months'and no one seemed to
care. We are trying to entice families
to visit and vacation here and at
times these advertisements can
be embarrassing to the local resi-
dents.
As to the comment from a small
business owner that they are fami-
ly owned and "we are trying to
make a living"'- welcome to our
world as there are many others of us
as well and we don't resort to that
'type of advertising. Put an ad in the
News-Leader, local magazines;
school programs as others here do
and let us be proud of our business
community. Thank you, Mr. King,
and commissioners. ,
Cindy Ryals
Fernandina Beach


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WEDNESDAY AUGUST 21.2013 NEWS News-Leader


Battling summer heat


HEATHER. PERRY
News-Leader
Florida Public Utilities col-
lector Sarah Davis is familiar
with playing it safe in Florida's
brutal summer heat.
"I usually wear'a wide brim
hat and light layers to protect
me from the sun's rays, and
polarized sunglasses."
Her long-sleeved shirt is
made of special fiber to protect
her in the event of an electrical
arc flash.
The safety-conscious woman
is aware of the importance of
sodium and electrolytes and
makes sure she gets enough of
both. She stays hydrated with
plenty of water.
"I enjoy the appeal of work-
ing outside. I take pleasure in
the physical activity rather than
a sedentary positioninside. But
being out in the oppressive heat,
at the end of.the day, I'm physT
ically exhausted and really
appreciate 'the comfort of air
conditioning," said Davis.
FPU Service Supervisor
Charles Wilkes describes Davis
S as a valued employee who is


D always willing
to help other
people.
"She is
very consci-
entious and
dedicated. As
a collector,
Davis she attempts
s.e eplos to build a rap-
port on the
phone with the customer, often-
times eliminating the need for
an on-site visit"
On those occasions when
she does encounter a disgrun-.
tled customer out in the field,
Davis has an archive of tactics
she employs to bring calm to
what could become a con-
frontational situation.
As general manager of the
Fernandina office, safety is
somethingg Mark Cutshaw
stresses for his employees.
"Customers can't get their
power back on ifa lineman goes.
down with-heat stroke so if you
see one of our employees sit-
ting in his'truck, don't think
he's just slacking off.. He's
hydrating,-he's cooling off and,
taking a, break so he can get.


back out there and work on
restoring your power," said
Cutshaw.
Davis echoes this assertion.
"Please be patient and under-
stand as we all suffer the effects
of a storm. FPU recognizes the
urgency and works in the safest
and most efficient way to
restore the power. FPU's
employees and their families
are equally affected."
Davis has been with FPU for
12 years, starting as a meter
reader for seven years. Now she
fills that role only when one of
the other meter readers is out.
Born in Pensacola, she has
lived in 15 states and two for-
eign countries and has been a
Nassau County resident for 16
years.
The health-conscious 20-
year vegetarian lists her leisure
activities as biking, reading,
traveling, cooking and spend-
ing time with her boyfriend.
Davis shares her home with her
pet boxer, Dakota.
Florida Public Utilities is
. located at 911 S. Eighth St.
Phone 277-1957 or visit
www.fpuc.com


S. IHEATHERA. PERRY/NEWS-LEADER
Sarah Davis puts safety first as she fulfills her role as meter reader for Florida Public
Utilities.


'Genuine, co
aU~ne


'. HEATHERA.PERRY
S I News-Leader'

Executive Dii'ectorJanice Ancrumi can't
ay enough about driver Ron Knotts, who
transports folks in the Council on Aging
)us. '.\. : : ; i ./ _
':"No matter what.kind of day they're
Saving, he can make them laugh He gives'
eolple the most upli 'fing talk, sincere and ,
from his heart," says'Ancrum. "
SHe never goes home until everyone
has been taken home, and he's-always',
Offering to help othei staff or other drivers"
New Transportation Director Mike
N '' -ays also has words of praise for Knons
[ "In addition to being a complete pro-,
essional, Ron'has a way of brightening'.
everyone's day. He has a joie de vivre' that
Just makes you glad to be around him "
SWhenever he ask- a customer how they
like riding with Ron. Hays says they innmme-
Oiately smile.
'. "Like all of our drivers and dispatch-
Sers. Ron personally cares about our cus-
tomers. He wants every customer to know


passionatet, humble'


Buses for all
COA Nassau Transit buses are not
just for seniors. Anyone Who has a
health or financial challenge or who
cannot drive may utilize the service for
just $1 or $2. All buses are wheelchair
equipped. Buses pick up in Nassau
County and travel to the Greyhound
terminal or FSCJ in Jacksonville and
other locations. Call 261-0700 or visit
www.coanassau.oom for route infor-
mation

that they are imnipor tant and appreciated,
and to get" them wlihere they'regoing safe'
Iv and on time Ron is exactly the kind of,
personyou want in' the driver's seat We're
,in the business of serving people and get-
ting them where they ned.to be," .
S A veteran of 33 years driving 18-whe'el-
ers for'UPS, Knorts says he just appreciates
the opportunity' to get the rideri's where
they're going'safely and on time
"I just love driving'


He enjoys being able to pdt'a smile (on
the face of someone who may have had a
bad day and making them feel important.
"The best part of my job is being able to
help those in need,'" he said. ,. .
Nearly five years oh the'job at COA,
Knotts has seen his share of memorable
situations, like the -fime he had to.' stop a
dialysis patient rorA bleeding or the day
one passenger asked another to marry
him. '
Originally from South Carolina, Knotts
and: his wife Debbie have lived in Yulee'
for if) years. The couple has six grown
child en. Dawin, Heather, Kimberly, Ben,
Jacob and' Michael and two furkids, Allie
and Snuggles ..
Leisure activities for the jovial driver
Include golfing, car shows and fishing. .
The Cotmcilon Aging is located at 1367
,South lISth St.. across from Baptist Medical
Center Nassau. Transportation hours run
fjI orn 5 ai m to p.m. Visit www.coanas-
au corn for additional infor'ination or call
r26 f1-0 .
r. pe, fbn-,7s&', d rUcam


H .IJviF' R ,- 'PFRR ,NEWS L EApER
"Ron is exactly, the kind of person you want in the dri-
ver's seat," says Council on Aging Transportation
Director Mike Hays of driver Ron Knotts.







WEDNESDAY. AL'GS I 21.2013 NEWS News-Leader


It'shot? It's Florida


OK, I've been spending
more time at water aerobics
than on the beach at dawn and
I've been missing out a bit on
our natural world. So one
recent morning I opted out of
my morning exci cise regime
and instead hopped out of bed
and got to the beach before
the sun. I was running late for
dawn and decided to go to my
closest access point on
Simmons Road rather than
driving a bit further to the
north end wherethe wildlife
is. And am I glad I did this!
On the boardwalk at the
beach entrance at 6 a.m., still
dark, I met a couple of visitors
resting there, all hot and
sweaty. Mind you, the sun
hadn't even come up yet it
was the'coolest part of the
day. I. greeted these folks
"Good morning! Beautiful
day!" And they replied, "It's
hot!7" And I replied, "It's
Florida! Nice!" hoping to
cheer them up. After all, what
did they ecpectfrom the
Sunshine State in summer?
All my dawn walks have
their own unique charms and
this one was no exception.
SSoon after starting out head,
ing north I saw a group of
people clustered near the
' dunejust above along set of
tire-tread-like tracks heading
up and back from the ocean.A,
sea ii tuie nest! But the Amelia


WIsland Sea
aTurtle Watch
volunteers
hhad it all
a under con-
g tros, it looked
like, so Idid-
n't stop and
-kept walking.,
A bit fur-
WmtDh ther along
WAYS the sounds of
_... and o an approach-
ing vehicle
Pat drew my
Foster-Turley attention on
this car-pro-
hibited part of the beach. It
was a city pickup truck towing
a flatbed trailer and as they
got closer I recognized Scott
from the recreation center. We
exchanged pleasantries and
they moved on, intent on their
mission of removing cabanas,
chairs and other beach para-
thernalia illegally left on the
-beach over'nigh, These
objects were destined for a
storage locker where people
could go and reclaim their
belongings if they wished.
Soon another vehicle came
up. behind me intent on a simi-
lar mission it was the con-
tractor hired to collect trash
from the beach. His ATV was
pulling its own little troiter, full
of the coritents of trash cans
and any obviously broken
debris left behind. Between


these two beach collection
teams our city beaches have
become a model for the area -
a place where people can walk
and turtles can lay eggs with-
out all the clutter left over
from humanity. I commend
them all!.
A bit further along a
woman stopped me to ask,
"Are you that newspaper
nature lady?" When I said I
was, she thanked me for the
photos of her doing tai chi on
the beach that appeared with
my column months ago. She
promised to send me her
email address and I promised
to give her the original shots.
Another mile or so up the
beach there was my friend
Don Lay, camera in hand,
looking for shots. I knew that
soon enough I would see
some of his best photos in my
,inbox. I can always rely on
Donrfor any nature shots to
illustrate my columns when
the need arises. Thanks Don!
Finally I reached Main
Beach and walked over to .the
entrance gate of Fort Clinch
State Park to say hi to my hus-
band Bucko on duty there, to
fill up my water bottle and yes,
I guess, to brag about my long
distance walk seven miles
roundtrip from my starting
point .. .
On the way back to.
Simmons Road, on tlhe befich


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PAT FOSTER TURLEY/FOR THE NEWS-LEADER
Amelia Island Sea Turtle'Watch volunteers mark a new sea turtle nest.


again, I stopped to take some
,shots of the healthy dunes
-behind Sliders and the gopher
tortoise burrows surrounded
by-flowering red standing
cypress plants. The removal of
exotic plants and the planting
of sea oats closer to the
restaurant has not upset the
natural ecosystems beyond


and before long the native veg-
etation that gopher tortoises
prefer will spread back into
this area too.
When I finally got back to
my starting point at Simmons
Road it was 9 a.m., the sun was
shining brightly and the sweat
was pouring off my body. It .
has been a great walk, with


lots to see and do right in namy
own back yard more or less.
SAnd yes, it was hot. And.
yes it was Florida. And yes,
yes, yes it sure was nice!
Pat Foster-Turley is a zoolo-
gist on Amelia Island. She wel-
comes your nature questions
and observations.
patandbucko(yaahoo.com


Saltwater aquarium fish choices


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tive fisl
TALIAHASSEE .-The tides. world,"
are turning for some types of -' Thor
saltwater fish 'popular with should
home aquarium keepers aquacult
thanks to a campaign by the in tanks
largest pet retailer in the c6un-'. nage in
try. Petco is working with those fis
Defendei s OfWildlife to i'educe Petc(
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used to provide fish for their dising. I
stores, asking its supplieis,to retailer
use responsible mniarine-life col- increase
election practices and avoid pop- cultured
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coriservatidIn scientist with industry
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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21.2013/News-Leader


LEGAL NOTICES


NOTICPOF APPUCATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That
SUNSHINE STATE CERT III, LLLP
BANKUNITED TRUSTEE
The holder of the following
certificate(s) has filed said cer-
tificate(s) for a tax deed to be
issued thereon. The certificate
numbers) and year of
issuance, the description of the
properly, and the name(s) In
which it is assessed are as fol-
lows:
File Number: 2013-025-TD
Certificate Number: 3604
Parcel Number:
00-00-31-1800-0029-1 10
Year of Issuance: 201 I
Description of Property: BLOCK
29 LOT 11 IN OR 924/953 CITY
OF FDNA BEACH
AssessedTo: KENNETH R.WAL-
TERS. JUDITH R WALTERS
Al of ,the above property is
located In Nassau County in
the State of Florida.
Unless such certificates)
shall be redeemed according
to law the'properly described
in such certificate or certifi-
cates will be solo to the
Highest Bidder at the MAIN
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE.
FL on the 3rd day of
Sept ember, 2013, between the
hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00
p.m. The Clerkof Court's Office
Policy is to hold 'the sale at
11:30a.m..
JOHN A CRAWFORD
NASSAU COUNTY
CLERK OF COURT
RHODA GOODWIN,
DEPUT1YCLERK ,
SIf you are a person with dis-
ablity who needs ary accom-
modation inoide.r to parr:i-

pate In this proceedinhb, you
are entitled, at no costto you,
Io the poviCion Cot cerar. asco-
tornce Please contocl ire6
ADA Coordrator ator (904) 8.6'
4600 press 0 al least 7 days
elore ,our scheduled court
appetoarcic. or. Immediately
upon receiving ml: noTifica-
lior, If tihe Time before the
scheduled appearance Is re-
tian 7 days, it you are hearing
or volce,lnrbalred. cali 711I
41 01-31-2013 &
0807.14-21-2013
1629

NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
NOTICE IS HEREBI GIVEN Thai'
SCAIALIiA TAX CO LLC US
BANK
rne holder or the lollooing
cerntficale(s) rva ii1a cold c,-r-
tifilcats(;) for o t,v deed to be
Issue r.ere :.n rnecenrrlcatc
nunmber(s) and year ol
Issuance. the de.npthon ol the
property ana Ir.e namne(s),r
which Il Is asceed are az tol-
IoA. '
Pie Number 201 -026 -.D
Certificate Number 3796
Parc el Number
00-00-31:1800.0279-0272
'' t'ear of issuance 2011 .
Desacptonr of Proparr/. BLOCKI '
279 51/2 OF LOTS 27-30 Iri OR
: 242/1807 CIr, OF FDNA
S BEACH
Ajeszed To,
LOUS WVV TODD ES6
All of Ihe above propert1 i
tocatea In NOoau County ir,
the State ot Florida
unless such certifcale(s)
thall cI redem.-,ed occar ing
o I law. t-e properT decribea.
in such certificate or certifi-
cate'; will Die sold to the
Highest Bidder at lli-e MAir
EP i'RANCE OF IHE IIj.' I.I
jltt ,' .,LID .iAL A litE)'y
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE .
FL. on the' 3rd .ddy ''of
S Sepi ember 2013 ber,.earn e-
hours of II r0 a rr, and 2 00
p m TheOerk ol C-ur s Office
PRolicy is to hold the oale at
11 30 oa rr.,
JOHN-A CrAWfOPD
.. ,NASSAIU COul IT;'
CLERK OF COiJRi
IrODA GOODWIN
DEPUTY CLERK
' I you are a person within d
ability ,mho rneed any occonrr.
rtioaatron in dider Io partici.
Spale in ihi. proceeding. ,ou
qi e enriled at rno cost Io you
9to the provizion or certainr acc-
S- lorance Please contact fhe
A bA CoodlrIator oa (90) .-8-
4600 press 0. at least 7 da.,
before your scneduled county
appearance, or immediately
upon receiving ihni notlfico-
lion II thne time osierore ih-e
scheduled oppearonae is les
Ihan 7 day, it you are hezling
or voice irrmpoaired cOil 711
S 4t07-31-2013&
08-07-.1-21-2013
*, ^ 1630 '. .' . ,.,
REZONING NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
t lat on Tuesaay n1 3rd da/ ot
September 2013, at 700 PIf
The Planning ana Zonirng.
Board of.Nassau County will
hold a public hearing at the
Corrimission C.namber.. Ja-rr,--
S. Page Goernmen'iai
Complex, 96135 Nassau Race,
Yulee. orida 32097 to consid-
r appl!catlron.NoRI 3.008 for
rezonlng. Also,. be It known.
that on Monday; the 14th of
day of October 2013, at 7!00
PM,, the Board of County
CommIssIoners of Nassau
County wil hold d pubic hear-
ing on the sold opptication for
Rezonlng No. R13-008, at the
Comisson Chambers, James
S. Page Complex, location
concerning the following
described properly in'Nassau
.County.
., Location for the above
descttbed property is: On the
east side of 14th Street a-d
west side of Seminole Avenue,
tar # 00-00-30-044A-0025-0030
and 00-0-30-0740-0070-0050&
RR13-008 proposes to rezone
approximately 31.83- acres
from Open Rural (OR) /
Residential Sikle-Famly Estate
(RS-E) to Residential, Single
Farrly 2 (RS-2.
SThis application Is filed by:
John E. and Ann R.
Myers/Prudential Enterprises,
Inc., owners and GIllelte and
Assodates Inc., agent.
Al interested parties are
InVited to attend the public
hearings .and to be heard.
Copies of the ApplIcation and
supporting information are
available for inspection in the
o ofie of the Nassau Coumty
Growth Management
Department, 96161 Nassau
PtceO, Yulee, FL 32097.
Comments may also be
directed In writing to the


Growth Management
Department, emated to oge-
gqornac ountyl.com, or
ref@ge@wd by telephone at


(904) 491-7328. All comments
will become a part of the
record In this matter.
This hearing will be con-
ducted as a quasi-judicial
hearing.
Persons with disabilities
requiring accommodations In
order to participateIn this pro-
gram or activity should con-
tact the Growth Managernent
Deportmrent (904) 491-7328, or
Florida Relay Service (1-800-
955-8771) at least twenty-four
(24) hours in advance to
request such accommoda-
tion.
THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE
PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
PERSON WISHES TO APPEAL
ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
BOARD, AGENCY OR COM-
MISSION WITH RESPECTTOANY
MATTER CONSIDEREDAT SUCH
MEETINGS OR HEARING. HE WILL
NEED A RECORD OF THE PRO-
CEEDIJNGS AND FOR THAT PUR-
POSE MAY NEED TO ENSURE
THAT VERBATIM RE(QRD OF
THE PROCEEDINGS IS 'MADE,
WHICH RECORD INCLUDESTHE
TESTIMONY, AND EVIDENCE
UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
1,' BE BASED
The Planning and Zoning
Board may continue hearing
on this matter. I
PLANNING AND ZONING
BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY,
" "FLORIDA
/s/ Thomas Ford
Its: Chairman
2t08-14-21-2013 ,'
1678

'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
'CASE NO.: 13-CP-177 ,
r PROBATE DIVISION ''
IN RE:,THE ESTATE OF ,'
CLYDE CLAYTON HANNAH/,SR.
Deceased .
NOTrCE TO CREDITORS
10 ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE ESTATE
YOU ARE HEREB IjOIIFIED
IHATr
The adrmilrdsiTratilon of Ihe
estate of CLvDE CLAI1ON
HANNIAH SR deceased
whose aare ol date %as May
5 2013 1: pending In? he Orcuit
Court lor Jassau Count,
Flonda Probate Division ire
addre eol whlchis416Centre
61 Fernondrrd Beach FLsyired
aCoase No 13-CP-177 Tne
nanme: ar.d .claraSe: of the
persoraoi represenrailes and.
he pei ;anal tepise erfah6's
attoorhey are se i orlh below
r11 other creditor- ol the.
deceadentj ediale and other
* person' n oIng claims -r
dernrd; again odecedent's
estate or, whom a copy ot II;
horrce is leqLIe-a 1o t 9 ervea
MUST FILE THEIR CLAIMS WITH
rHIS COUiRT W1ITHil- iHE TIME
PERIODS SET FORQIH IN 133 "'02
FS ALL CLAiMS AD) DEMANDS
NOT 5O FILED WILL BE FOREV.
ER BArREED
the date of ince
fir. l oudlicaTIon of tir Norice i:
Augu.tl di0h. 2013
JON C LA.SSERIE
Atcrme-t' for Personol
Repreenlart e
FBt 6890
15SS 4th1 Steel
Fernandna Beach
florida 32034
(904) 2561-9.'92
CLfDE CLA ITCIJI HIANNLAH JR
Personal Repie.ernlarve
55193 Wrile Oak Pla:e
Vulee FL 32034
2t 08-1 1.2i -2013
10?O
lo79

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT;
IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE NO.- I I-CA-678
SPRINGLEAF HOME EQUII /
INC oioerl yAMESJCAN GEN-
ERrL HOME EQuif'iNC
Pi-oIniff
/ : 1 1 --+
COINIIE WARD etc el al
Defendants. -, ,
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby give-r, that
pjruort I o an orieI r:r a final
luJgrireni od lorecio:ure
enfered in tre above-cap-
htioned action I jvill ell the
property sliualed In Iassau
Counr,r. Florida escrIbDa a:
All ll-rot crtoin property 11T-
uatead in the County o l
Nossdiu and the State ol
Florida being described c fol-
Io ,s. ** L' .
Tract .15 Nasszau village
Wet oa recorded in Plat Book
5, Page 23 f tlhe current pub-
lic records ol Nassau County
Florida
Tax Parcel laentrficalion
Number 371N25-299F0045-
OC00-.. .
Together with a Dublewide
1973 MADIS mobile nome ID
1;0002A and 0002B
at public Ide lol the high-
ed ard best bidder lor cas Iof
main entrance Io NasOau
Courry Judialciol Annex. ''6347
Veterans Way Alee Ronraoa In
accordance wllh Chapter
v45, Florida Statutes, Florida at
11:30 am. on 'the 91h day. of
September. 201 S
lhat any person darning an '
tlelin l .csurpiusIrotn'l he
sole. II any. other than the
property owner asol the date
c-f the Iis pendens must file a
claim within 60 days after the
sale.
WITNESS my hand and seat of
said Court on Augus 8tht 2013.
JOHN A. CRAWFORD
CLERK, CIRCUIT COURT
By:/s/Tracy Poore
Deputy Clerk
SIdney E. LewI RA.
Attorney for Plaintiff
300W.AdamsStreet.SUlte 300
Jacksoavrlle, Rorida 32202
(904355-9003
2t 08-I 4-21-2013
1680

IN THE CIRCUIT-COURT.,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO.2013-CP-204' -
DIVISION: B
IN RE: ESTATE OF
ERIN CRANFORD WILLIAMS.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS .
TO ALL PERSONS. HAVING
CLAIMS OR DEMANDS
AGAINST THE ABOVE.ESTATE
You are hereby notified that
,the Summary Administration
of the estate of ERIN CRAN-
FORD WILLIAMS, deceased.
whose date of death was July
10. 2013, Is pending in the
Circuit Court for Nassau
iCounfty. Rorida. Probate


DMsion BA, the address of whilh
Is 76347VeteranrsWaYuilee, FL
32097, and that the total value
of the estate is about


17.000.00. CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEAR-
ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ING. S/HE WILL NEEDTO ENSURE
ARE NOTIFIED THAT: THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF
Al creditors of the dece- THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
dent and other persons having WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
claims or demands against TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
Sdecedent's estate other than UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
those for whom provision for TO BE BASED.
fult payment has been mode. Copies of the applcation may
must file their claims with this be inspected in the office of
CourtiWITHINTHETIME PERIODS the City Clerk. City HalL 204
SET FORTH IN FLA.STAT. 733.702. Ash Street, between the hours
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WILL BE of 8:00 AM-5:00 PM. Monday
FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITH- through Friday. For informa-
STANDINGANY OTHERAPPULIC- tion on the application,. please
ABLE TIME PERIOD. ANY CLAIM contact the Statf of the City
RLED1WO (2) YEARS OR MORE Clerk's Office at 277-7305.
AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DEATH It 08-21-2013 -
IS BARRED. 1686
The date of the first publi- ..
Station of this Notice is August CIRCUIT COURTIN AND FOR
14;2913. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
Attorney for Personal PROBATE DIVISION
Representative: CASE'NO: 2013-CP-000199
H. Price Poole. Jr.. Esquire DIVISION: A
Florida Bar No.0157674 INRE ESTATE OF GERALDINES.
303 Centre Street, Suite 200 NORRIS.
Femrnandina Beach, FL 32034 Deceased.
Telephone: (904) 261-0742 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Person Giving Notice: The administration of the
Lelgh Cranford estate of GERALDINE S. NOR-
1607 Geddes Lane RIS. deceased, whose date of
SAmelia Island, FL 32034 deathwasJuiy9;.2013,ispend-
2t 08-14-21r2013 Ing in the Circuit Court for
1684 Nassau County, Florida,
" Probate Divisior the address of
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT'OF THE which Is 76347 Veteran's Way.
4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN 'Yiuee, Roid 32097.The names
AND FOR and addresses of the person-
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA al representative and the per-
CASENO.:09-CA-I'182 sonal representative's attor-
DIVISION: ney are set forth below.
FV-, INC., INTRUST FOR MOR- If you'have been served
GAN STALEY MORTGAGE with a copy of this notice and
CAPITAL HOLDINGS, LLC you have any claim or
Plaintiff, demand against decedent's
vs. estate, even If that claim Is
SMATTHEW'3. BULLOCKet al., unmatured, contingent or
Defendants, unliquidated, you mustflle your
AMENDED NOTICE OFPSALE claim with 'the court ON OR
NOTICE IS GIVEN that, In BEFORE THE LATER OF A DATE
accordance with the Final THAT IS 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
Judgment of Foreclosure FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
dared July 25 2013 in me NOTICE EO 30 SAFTER','Oui
above-enstlea cau:e ,r, In., RECEIVE A COPi OF THIS
Fourth juaicialI Crcui Court o01 'NOTICE.. .
tlas'.au C-,.urir1 Florida 't. he All oIr.er cr -alofri ol Ire
Clerk or Court wil se tre prop,- decedenr and other per.onr
erty locaea in Nosscu Countr/ ',',, na/e CTcidms or ,eITland:
Florida described as agan.rsi deceoenrr s estatA
A TRACT OF LAND L,'iNG I including urlmaltured cornn'
SECHiON 17. IOWNSHIP 2 gent or uniliquidated.claldms,-
NC'RiHi. RANGE 23 EAST IIN Must file their clcamo w%0n In-'
NASSAU COUNtr'. FLORIDA court C ONOR BEFORE THE DITE
ABOIjT I 5 MILES EAIST OF IH"I l4 i ,LTOUITHS AFTER THE
CALLAHAN FLORIDA. C:Oti IHE FIr'i PUB1LICAtION OF iHIS
NORTH SIDE PF SIAIE ROAD I,,OTICE OR30DAS AFTER C'Oj
200. IHE DESCRIPTIOII FCOL- RECEIVE A COPY OF THIS
LOWS NOCE
FOP A POINT OF BEGIN. ALL CLAIM. 11OT SO FILED
NiNG StARTd ArjsiNcRIIT AKE WITHTHIHE IITME PERIOD- SET
CON THE NORTH SIDE OF IHE FOPIHlN SECIIClJ 733 102,C.:.
RiGHT-OF-WA' COF SAE RICAD iHE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE
I NUMBER 200 Ar ID 10 FEET EAST i WILL BE FOREVER' BARRED.
OF IHE LC'i uLNE BETWEEN LOTS IP:,Wi1HAIAriDIl':T iHE TIIE
;' AIDC 11I O ItHE BLIuIKEP HILL PERiC)D"I SFT FODRtH ABC". E
SUBDIVISION A ECORDED ['I ANI CL4iM FILED TWO (2'
PLAt E-C-K C, At PGE i 7 OF ',EARS COR MOE AFTER THE
THE PUBuC RECORDS OF NA DECEDENT S CLIE COF DEATH
SALt CCIiNTl. FLOrIDA FROM IS BARRED
THIS RION, SiAKE Rulil r ,-fTH The aaei- cr i-or firir ,uLt.i
18 DEGREES 30 MtSuiES WESi cation, o fi-,. norice is Augusi
A DiSTANCE COF 01 9 FEET TO 21' 2013
AN IRON STAKE ON THE SOULITH .A hGrr.y f.:r Per:c-.nai .
RIrHI.OF.WArt OF THE Reri-:'er,rlaine
5EAEBOArD IRUNE RPAiLr,:4&D rI-Il iE BIJ;B'V.W.LLI E54
IHEINCE RIll r.iCOirTH '2 FlordaBai trc, i.128
DEGREE" S I.ItNUITE EAS l Rii-.,er ouLey. Le.ia & E ill
ALON1 Ti-HE SCuTH RliGHT-,,F- 501 R,<,ers.eii ','re Suler-O0
W'.' SAID PAILROAD AL &.- J.a:koi.'r,.le Rondora .220C'
iTINCE OF .150 I FEEi iT Al (90I-) .6.-2,00
IFO'r STAKE CIT IHE rIOl'IH Eirrl, ab.,@fherpui.iuo,'c.m
RlGHI'CIF./4A, OF 3STATE l';'D Cco-Per:anal R.ipreserrati.e
rlI.I-BErEP 200 IH33ITA.KE EiIUG JOHIJJ SPIVE/'."c.1
"ElCIJi 242FEETWET COF CEts- ,30Ji C;erral &,ver.,ue
TER C-, DIRI RC0,D WHICH 'Wa-,cr.:.,s Georai.3 31601
LE."'D2 I'r,.-i, H F C', Li.ee' E IDIREW C :Pl'-,E .
ROAD 20 1 IC, THE HOME CF 671oFrve RidaciAeTra.l1
MKR LH HIGGII6--'.iHA.I. Bipacl:,e. --.. ctgia 31516
THEINCE RUN Ifs A WESTEPL'i f 2. 40-21-28--013
ALC.,-'IG I HE CIJRj E -..F THE 16 !
IlC'rlH R-.;Hi'-F :..........
'.iTE RCAL tN. 200 -. C-I-. INTHE CIRCUJirCOURT OFTHE
TANCE OF 453 FEET, TO THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IRON STAKE AT THE POINT OF IN AND FOR NASSAU
BEGINNING iHE SE-,BOAD COUNTY. FLORIDA ,
AIRLIrNE RAILROAD l.-S A Case No 12-CA-5
RiGHT.OF%.VA,' .-F 121)0 FEEi Judge Brian J Davis
SiAIE ROAD INO 200 HA' A TDBAN.I NATIONAL
RiGHT .F.WA. OF,.' FEET THiS A SCCtAIION
TRCT COF LAIJD COtISISTS OF Plannrit
THE 320 FEL COF LO-'1ll itiLD) :
SrTHE WE1 130 FEET COF L.:-i 12 JIOHB 6 MICCLELL-I I
WHICH ARE NORTH O siFrE PAIELA S.LCCLELLAIN -t
P ,AC'D IC 200 ACCORDiNG d, .. .
TO THE BUNKERHILLSUBDIVI- Defendants, .
AlO's RECORDED IN PLO ' NOTICE OF SALE -'
BOOK 0 PAGE 17 CF riHE Pub- 1-4OiiCE IS HErEB,' Gi''..EI
LiC RECORDS OF NrASSAU pur.uant 1, ihe linal
COUNTY, FLORIDA.'IT JOINS A*'-.' Judgngmen or Foreclo:;.;t
.: TRACT OF-LAND TO THE WEST,:' datid August' 8 2013 (ine
WHICH IS OWI'IED Br SAM. F .1uiirrlenrt, e er,ted in CGll
JO,'CE A4 RECORDED il DEED Cxae No 20i2- 'A-C'C0 So at'
8CC'K lj3 AT PAGE 154MOFTHE the CircuitCourtofthe'Fourth:
PUBuC RECORDS OF NAS&,AU Judicial Circuit in and for
SCOUNTY FLORID.A Pia.au Counr, Florida in
LESSAINIDEXCEPT THAiPART A.',hcr. ID BANK NATIONAL
CON,'ErEC. IN OFFICIAL ASSOCIATION, is Plaintiff and
RECORDS BOOK I i i4 PAGE JOHN B. MCCLELLAN, PAMELA
1336 OF THE PuBUC RECORDS MCCLELLAN anad JOHNDCOE
OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA r./IJo BRAAfIDON IrMCCLEuLI.
dl pubtc saitle. i lo tn',e high. orhe Detendannr
et .ad mc.- ldderfor cas" or Tre Clerk ,I1 Court wi1r :ll1
the Judicial rnnev or Nasau Ire Pic-.prrty as defined in, t-e
* County Floriaa 76347 'Judgment and a; et forhir
Vetear,'s Way'/ulee FL 32097 belOv at a public :ole on
Prone (904)5t.-4.00a II 130 Seplember 1I 2013 al 11 30
am oriSeplember 16 201l e a m to the hgne6-si baddEr
Any person claminrg an for cash r, In ire front r.tar r-,ce
,riere. in trre surplus Irorr m-re of-'the Judlcial. Annex, 76347
sale, it anri oliner thar, he .Vetercn'sWayYule,RFlorid:,in
property owVm r as orhe dale oaccoraance v.'iir, Section
of tre U: Pr.-Ander. murl nile a 4, 031, Forda Statutes
claim within 60 days afttr the The'highest bidder" for pur-
"sale. .' : oses of this.Notice of Sale, is
This 2 day of August, 2013. defined asthe parity who bids
/sh/TracyPoore ; : the largest amountof money
JOHNA CRAWFORD to purchase the Property (as
'CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT defined below) and who com-
COURT pletesthesadeinatimelyfash-
2t 08-14-21-2013 ion. as hereinafter set oulThe
'1685 ,..- one-who bids the largest
......... *amount of money to purchase
NOTICi OF PUBUC HEARING the Property (as defined
CITY COMMISSION below) shall be perrltted to
CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH complete the sate by deliver-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ing to the Clerk, the balance
that a Public Hearing Issched- of such bid, over and above
uLied for Tuesday. September the deposit, by 3:30 p.m. on
3a 2013 at 6:0- PM in the City the day of the sate.
Commission Chambers, 204 The follewirg property locat-
Ash Street Fernanana Beach, ed 'i Nassau County, Florida is
Rorida to consider the follow- the subject of this Notice of
ing Ordinances: Sae: ++ "
ORDINANCE 2013-22 A portion of Section Thirty-
AN ORDINANCE OF THE' five (35), Township Two (2)
CITY COMMISSION OFTHECIIY North. RangeTwenty-eight (28)
OF FERNANEINA BEACH, east, Nassau County. Rorida,
* FLORIDA. APPROVING A VACA- 'more parliculaory described
TION OF RIGHT-OF-WAY FOR A .as follows:
FORTY (40) FOOT PORTION OF Commencing at a con-
PASCO AVENUE; PROVIDING create monument for the
FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PRO- Northwest corner of Section
VIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE Thirty-five (35), then South one
DATE. (01)degree, Farteen(14)mni-
Interested parties may utes East a distance of One
appear at said hearing and Hundred Ffty-sxand Forly'nre
.be heard as to the advisabil- Hundredths (156.49) feet, to
ty of any action' which may an iron pipe; thence North
be considered. Any persons Eighty-nine (89) degrees. fly-
with disabilities requiring- one (51) minutes, Ten (10) sec-
accommodations in order to onds East a astance of Seven
participate in this program or Hundred Twenty-six andTlhirty
- activity should contact 277- Hundredris (726.30) feet to the
7305, or TTY/TDD 711 (for the point of begk'ring (centerrine
hearing or speech impaired) of graded road); thence con-
at least 24 hours in advance to tinue on this bearing (North


request such accommoda- Eighty-nine (89) degrees. Rfty-
tion. one (51) minutes.Ten (10)sec-
IFANY PERSON DECIDESTO hands East) a distance of Four
APPEALANY DECISION MADE Hundred Thirty-five and Six
BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION Tenths (4356) feet to an iron
WITH RESPECTTO ANY MATTER, pipe. thence South one (01)


POINT OF BEGINNtINJG. THE PLATTHE-OEOAS RECORD-
TOGETHER WITH A MOBILE ED IN PLAT BOOK. PAGE 152
HOME DESCRIBED AS FOL- THROUGH 155, OFTHE PUBLIC
LOWS: 2003 HOMES OF MERIT RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN-


degree. Fourteen (14) mir"es DOUBLEW1DE MOBILE HOME
East. a distance of Two TITLE NUMBERS 88720498 &
Hunkdred (200.0) feetto an iron 88720595; VEHICLE IDENTIFIR-
pipe, thence South rghty-rine CATION NUMBERS
(89) degrees, Fity-one 9rUes, FRHML2F176627306A &
Ten (10) seconds West, a adis- FLHML2F176627306B.
tance of Four Hundred Thirty- has been ted against you
five and Six Tenths (43&56) feet and you are required to serve
(center of graded road); a copy ofyourwritten deferns-
thence North One (01) es. if any. to it on Nicholas J.
degrees. Fourteen (14) min- 'foutz. McCatla Raymer, LLC.
utes West. a distance of Two 225 E. Robinson St. Suite 660.
Hundred (200.0) feet to the Orliando, FL 32801 and file the
POINT OF BEGINNING. original with the Clerk of the
TOGETHER-WIHthatcertain above-styled Court on or
1997 Skyl/ine triple-wide t-bie before 30 days from the first
home, ID. Nas. 6H63-0126-KA publication. otherwise a
6H63-0126-4B&6H6C-0126-KC Judgment may be entered
attached to and made a per- against you for the relief
manent part of the above- demanded in the Complaint
described reda property. WITNESS my hand and seal
.The Westerly thirfty (30.0) of sad Court on the 8 day of
feet of the above described August, 2013.
land is to be used as an John A. Crawford
Easement for ingress and CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
egress purposes. As Clerk of the Court
TOGETHER WITH right of BY /s/ Megan Sawyer
ingress and egress over and Deputy Clerk
across that certain Easement 2t 08-21-28-2013
recorded in Official Records 1689
Book 198, Page 372-373 Pubic .
Records of Nassau County, NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE
Rorida An Auction will be held at
EXCEPTING therefrom that Advanced Towing & Recovery
portion thereof conveyed .to at8:00AM an August30,.2013
Nassau County in Official for a Black 2001 BMW 4Door
Records Book 375, page 651, VIN:-WBAAV33461FU94639
Public RecOrds of Nassau, 2t08-21-28-2013
County. Florida 1692
together with al existing or
subsequently erected or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
affixed buildings, improve- ,FOPURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ments,fixtures (coliectively.the IN AND FOR NASSAU
"Property'). COUNTY, FLORIDA
Any person claiming an GENERAL JURISDICTION
interest In the surplus fromthe DIVISION
sale. if any, other than the CASE NO: 13CA00056AXYX
propertyownerasofthedate DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
of the Us Pendent, must file a TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
calm within 60 days atterthe FOR ABFC 2005-AQ1 TRUST,
sale. ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES,
DATED on August 8,2013. SERIES 2005-AQI,
JOHN A CRAWFORD Plaintiff, .
Clerk of CIrcui Coun s. .
8B /s/l Track Poore LINDA SHEARIN A/K/A UNDA
,Deputy Qert GAY SHEARIN A/K/A UIUNDA G
Published In The Femandlna- SHEARIN A/K/A' ULND, 1 -A
Beac'.N ews-Lead.nr WINGATE A/K/A LINDA G.
08-21.2013 and 06-28.2012 WINGATE A/K/A ULINDA
Cocples I(rr,lise-j to WINGATE et.,l.
SPanrtlel-ld or, r Seirvice LLs Defendant(s).
SERVICE uSI NOTICE OF.
Lawrer-ice PRor,eron. Esquire FORECLOSURE SALE
Jeffrey B Perlr,.o Esquire NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN .
AaKEMI.AN SEtNTERFITT pursuant to a FRnd Judgment
222 Lak-,.'ile .'rnue of Foreclosure dated August
Suite 400' 8, 2013 and entered in
SWest Pdm Beach, ; 13CAO00056AXYX. of the
Fl. Rorida 33401, ' Circuit Court of the Fourth '
-Telepri- .e 561.63,000 judlcal Clcuit in. and for
Fac.-rroi 6bl-659-.313 NassauCounty FRorida where-
Pnrirmar' ErT,.,I. In.DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL
lawrence.rochefort@ TRUST COMPANY, AS TRUSTEE
olerr ,on corn, FOR ABFC 2005-AQ1 TRUST,
Pnr.Try Ernil leftirey permo ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES,
(,akelr.: jr cor SERIES2005-AQ1,.isthe Plaintiff,
-.:ornaarf, Ernal orne.red- .and. UNDA SHEARIN' A/K/A
, dng..arirmCr. conm ULINDA GAY SHEARIN A/K/A
SSecond-xr,- Erali riaIKrt o- ULINDA G.SHEARIN AK/A LINDA
senS'a-roman corr, GAYWING'IGTEA/I.'/A UNCAG '
Cour-ei tor Piarniin I, BInBk. WING1TE AK/1/ U.Lip5 :
lI aiiorji A,:.ociatior, WINGATE. CAPITALONE BANK
Pa-.la I' .1:Cceiir', -. (USA), NATIONAL ASSOCIA-
Jonnr B McClellan, TION CHEMICAL BAIJ.
Jothn Bl.ar-.or, nlcClieol 'r. uNKI'OWft TE.FI.NI(S) are Inc.
6. 6011 Courlr,y.v 1:1,! Wao, Der.crdar.i(c) John, Cr.3Alcrd
410205 a: ine Cleri. oft lhe Clhull
SYulee, FL 32097 Court will sell to the highest
2t08-21-28-2013.. and best bidder forcash Front
1688 Entrance. NcIassau Judicial
:'--- nrre 7o3a,7 Veterans Way,,
SIN'THE CIRCUIT COURT OF-THE'- ,yulee. FL at' 11:30 AM on
FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT October25,-2013,the following
I OF FLORIDA dercib-d propa-rt, as eli rf.rth
IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY ,in qoi'aid fir.i Jug.,r.-rl 1io .ir
S GENERAL JURISDICTION TRaCT J1 BLC'CK 6 L,-'.C.llI
DIVISION BLIJFF 1.1il,, THREE CCC-'C,-.
CASE NO ING O10 HE PLAT IHERE:C,
45-20i3-CA-000236 RECORDED iI FPLAi BOOK 4
LSUNTRUSTBANK; PAGE 108 OF THE PUBLIC
PlaIntiff, RECORDS OF IMSSAIJ ,-Ou1I.
I vs. '' .- Fr'.. _r'FLO i 4 4Ti'iTriAiCEr ,I i=
SCbNlTANcEtWOVLe'efS'I:, Io02 nrSri_". rt,,D.,/_-E.r'. 'i-.
Defendants. *" tOBLE HO"EWIH i-i rituM-
NCiICE OF ACTION BEARS 0363J' ANiD 036347B
iC0 IJtIQlCW/ SPOUlSE OF Ar, I.h:or, ciairrng an
EL', S ,i'ENi5) -t' irerers.f ir, mre rpl.j trorm mr,e
J3'.17 LrSENi RD ,.aie 'ft ran, othei tar. i r,e
SCALLAU.NHAi FL 3201 i property .o.nra as ol Tr-.e aare
IHE HILLS AT lHOMA. CREEK of, the 11s pendes must file a*
INC. a i -, I do TI Wi',r. 0i) dy an-.r he :
*I CAOeL'E'BiTT iHO.lASI' J -S sale. .
RIEGii'ERED AGENT, Doled n,-i. 8 aa1 of August,
42S2iS J'CHNSAVEIuE .2013. .. -, .
SJ.ACKI N-'.'LLE FL3221C' John Cra, foid ,
IT SKT JCOWI ADDRES:3TrAT-I A Cl-erk of1 tle Cour
SED CUIfIPENT RESIDENCE B /:/ trao:, PooreA '
U.N-C;VWII. As DeputyClear 'r
.'cU ARE HEREBY NOTIIiFiEDC IMPORArrIT I ,
IraT aor. acron mo loreclo:-3ea If you ar. a person wii' a
Mtorlggce o:Gvering mre fol- '-. disbilir/ -nho reed-; an' .
nin lng are.dr pairpor.iopm3-' acom.-cTrodation in c dr icE
rtv OadCribed 0a rlio Io- / partit.ipalreris-tni' pr.ed-in-.g
S..wit /ou are entti-eo at no cc" to
A PORTiP N C:OF LOT 15.CF o.u to mprcioIC.rcrIcertain
BLOCK 4 OF THE HILLS AT ap lanr,c, iTc.requ-l :ucn a,,
STHO'JM'S CREEK AS PER PLAT accomn-m.,daoir. peae-.:.:.rr
T. HEREOF PECORDED L'is PLA tact Court Aamtrrisitacr.:.n at
BOOK FPA'GES 65 10 69 OF leori 7 days before your '
T IHE PUBuC rECOFRDS OF NAS- scheduled court a pera-ci,-'e
.. SAu COulTir FLORIDA SAID or Immeaiaeiy upron rece-v.
P'RhiOji BEIrNiG MORE PAR- ing tnhls rnotriicaion if m, lihrre
TICULARL', 'ESEr'BEDASFOL.- before the cheauied aao:-or"
LOWS a-ce is less ar.n daycr b/
COIME'NCEATTHESOUTH'" us.ng one of the lolio-ing
WESTERLY- CORNER 'OF SAID' methods Phone (904) ..30-
- LOT.15;OFBLOCK'4ANDRUN 2564. Fox (904) 630-.1146.
, NORTH 28 DEGREES 58. MIN- TTD/TT' (800) 965.6?'0
UTES 27 SECONDS WEST, (Florida Relay Sarvie) E-Mail
ALONG-THE WESTERLY LINE OF crmn.rp@coj ne i
SAID LOT 15 A DISTANCE OF 2108-21-28-2013 "- .
327.65 FEET TO THE POINT OF 1690 "- r-.. -
BEGINNING; THENCE COMfIN- ---------, ..'
UE NORTH 28 DEGREES'58 MIN- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
UTES 27 SECONDS WEST, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
ALONG SAID WESTERLY LINE A INLAND IFOR NA'SAU
DISTANCE OF 291.33 FEET: COUNTY, FLORIDA ,.
THENCE NORTH'61 DEGREES 01 CASENO:45-2010-CA'-,
MINUTES 33 SECONDS EAST, 000253-AXXX)-YX -.
161.01 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 25 FV4, INC IN.TRUST FOR MOR' ,
DEGREES 32 MINUTES 54 SEC-= GAN STANLEY MORTGAGE
BONDS EAST, 286.64 FEET; CAPITAL HOLDINGS, LLC.,'
THENCE SOUTH 56 DEGREES 57 Plaintiff(s),
MINUTES,08 SECONDS WEST. vs. ,
143.98 FEET TO.THE POINT OF AMYTHOMAS: et d1.,
BEGINNING.THIS PARCEL.CON- Defendant(s).
STAINS 1.0 ACRES MORE OR NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE
LESS. SALE PURSUANTTO
-- TOGETHER WITH AND SUB- ." CHAPTER45
)ECT TO A 30.00 FOOT EASE- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
MENT FOR INGRESS AND' that sate will be made pur-
EGRESS. A PORTJON OF LOT 15. suant to an Order or Final
BLOCK 4. OF THE HILLS AT Summary Judgment. Final
THOMAS CREEK, "AS PER PLAT Judgment was awaded on in
THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT Civil Case No. 45-2010-CA-
BOOK 5. PAGES 65 TO 69. OF .000253.AXXX.-VX of the Circuit
THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS- Court of the FOURTH Judica ,
SAU COUNTY FLORIDA AND Circuit in and for NASSAU
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY County, Rorida, wherein /-I,,
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS INC IN TRUST FOR MORGAN
COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH- STANLEY MORTGAGE CAPITAL
WESTERLY CORNER OF SAID HOLDINGS. LLC. Is the Plaintiff, -
.LOT 15. OF BLOCK 4; THENCE and, AMY THOMAS; NASSAU
NORTH 56 DEGREES 16 MIN- COUNTY BOARD OF COMMeIIS- ,
UTES 54 SECONDS EAST. SIONERS; HERON ISLES OWN-
-ALONGTHE NORTHERlY RIGHT ERS ASSOCIATION INCORPO-
OF WAY LINE OFLARSENRAD RATED are Defendants.
94.70 FEET TO THE POINT OF ThedcerkofthecosstJohn
BEGINNING; THENCE CONTIN- /A. Crawford wi sei to the high-'
UENORTH56DEGREES16MIN- est bidder for cash at Nassau
UTES 54 SECONDS EAST 30.31 Juddcal Amex, 76347
FEET; THENCE NORTH 25 Veteran'sdWay.Yuiee. FL 32097
DEGREES 32 MINUTES 54 SEC- at 11:30 a.m.on the 25 day of
ONDS WEST, 420.21 FEET; Septembe.2013,thefoliowing
THENCESOUTH 64 DEGREES 27 described rea property as set
MINUTES 06 SECONDS WEST, forth in said Find Summary
30.00 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 25 Judgment. to wit
DEGREES 32 MINUTES 54 SEC- LOT 115, HERON ISLES PHASE
BONDS EAST,.424.51 FEET TOTHE ONE REPEAT ACCORDING TO


WEST ALONG THE WESTERLY
EXTENSION OF THE NORTHERLY
LINE OF SAID LOT 8, A DIS-
TANCE OF 15.34 FEET TO THE


TY, FLORIDA
ANY PERSON CLAIMKING AN
INTEREST INTHE SURPLUS FROM
THE SALE IF ANY OTHER THAN
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN oO
DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
WITNESS my hand and the
seal of the court on August 8.
2013.
CLERK OF THE COURT
John A. Crawford
/s/ Amanda Stem
Deputy Clerk
Adriddge Connors, LLP
Attorney for Plaintiff(s)
7000 West Palmetto Park Rd..
Suite 307
Boca Raton FL 33433
Phone: 561.392.6391
Fax: 561.392.6965
IMPORTANT
IfT you are a person with a
disability who needs an
accommodation in order to
participate in this proceeding
you are entitled at no cost to
you. to the provision of certain
assistance. Please contactlthe
ADA coordinator, at (904) 630-
2564, at least 7 days before
your scheduled court appear-
Once, or immediately upon
receiving this notification if the
time before the scheduled
appearance is less than 7
days: If you are hearing or
voice impaired, call 711.
2t 08-21-28-2013
1691

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
,PROBATE DIVISION
RIle No. 13-CP-000195
Division:
IN RE: ESTATE OF JEAN KEEFER
.HERR a/k/a JEAN MAR-
GUERITE HERR
Deceased.
NOTICETO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of Jean Keefer Herr.
dec-.e:ed whose date of
death was June'24, 2013. is
pending in the Circuit Court
for Nassau CountyFl, orida,
Probate DMiono the address of
which Is 76347 Veterans' Way,
Suite 456, Yulee; Rorida,32097.
The names and addresses of
the personal representative
and the personal representa-
tivfe's attorney are set forth
below.
All-creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having .
cirr,. of d-erm.and' aOgai.r
d'cI-. e r,ie -.:t,.,:,r, rl ,nI:.m .'
*:op, or ili: r.crc-ce i: :red ,
rmu file irr.ir C r,,; .i nih irk.
Court.WITHIN THE LATER OF
THrEE t.ICI THAFTEU IHE C,-IE .
OF fri.T PLUBLI.- TiC.rj ,?-F iHL
I J'iICE C.) THIQTr.'! f R E Q .
THE DATE OF ?EPOi-CE "DF.'A
COPY' OF 7HIS rOiICE ON
iHE.1 .
deeder, or.' er:no; ,:i rl-,'.
dICCC~rdfn ar.-I?;:r:h3.
ing clarr, r a de.rriran.i; agaro.-
mr, dc, do.r, e'laie iTj:t .
file, reir -ims vlr' rmi;: Co url
WITHIN iHREE IC-TliHj. -F'TEri
1HE DO-E CF Fl7 I I IJLIC. .L.
TiC:-i 'F iH I '-IIICE
ALL CLil.,tSi":.i HiLEDWHH-
II rHE TIr.lE PEi'CiOD. SET FCOiH
ir SECTiC-H 'I "3 72 '~.F THE
FL-,.I"i,- ';:' "-TE f C'.DED WILL
BE FCPEvjETrBr,'ED
r.'.:.TrWvlIts'1 ir t I 'l iHE Tl.lE
:'ERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE,
-ANY CLAIM FILED TWO, (2).
'Ef4 C.,R 1.:.-:E AFEI' IHE
DECEDENI'2iS C.IE C-F LAIE I1
BArR'EL'-
ihie o =sh ol fr.r1 FuDhic. tc.r, .:.1
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Fioida, Bar I lurr'.-c.r 2' Ic I2
ih- Colnarr'.an L-,. FiITI PLLC
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Suite 310 .
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Teleprarone (90J)- I-''

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LawFlIrm.net .
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av.r firm ro'-i
Per:.:'nai Rlp1R .n"rarr.l e ,
Eli.r.i Hill
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,la.: .:n,iie Florida i; i'
21i'(A.2l.2,-2i0 '1

- NOTICE OF SALE
Pursuant to Chapter 83,
i Part IV
.Notice Is given pursuant to
Self Storage Facility Act, FlBoridd
Statues, Chapter 83, Part IV,
lh.3At A A.i; S- i.:rage a :-i
ntor,'gy Ia :IIIT/ II ellr b1 ,iJ.,
IIonr. Ir me rlgr.- -rader the"
contenT'rs of spo:-c' rn'osd to
the followirig lessees:
'Krlstopher Hobbs UMit # 156
HGu:e-rOId.gO.--: t: o -: ,p.:.rl.
ing g.aoa;
ri-e r.',s'i 1ii t- heid or'
www.storagebatiHsco0M at'
1200 pm on.th of SeptembeE
,2013& ,.' :I .' I .
;,2t,08-21-28-2013
169.l ,, -, -. ',5

'INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR NASSAU
COUNTY. FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO.:
45-2012-CA-000049
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE
LLC ,
Plaintiff
vs.
VALERIE M. PLATT. et. c.
Defendants)
NOTICE OF SALE
Notice is hereby given that.
pursuant to an Order
Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale
dated 9th day of August, 2013,
entered In Civil Case Number
45-2012-CA-000049, in the
Circuit Court for Nassau
County. Florida wherein
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC
Is Plaitiff, and VALERIE M. PLATT,E
et'd.are the Defendants, I wil
-sell the property situated'in
Nassau County, Rorida.
described as:
A PORTION OF SECTION FIFTY
(50), TOWNSHIP THREE (3)
NORTH, RANGEIWENTY-EIGHT
(28) EAST, NASSAU COUNTY
FLORIDA. SAID PORTION BEING
MORE. PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE
COMMENCE AT THE NORTH-
WEST CORNER OF LOT EIGHT
(8), GLENWOOD SUBDIVISION.
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT
RECORDED IN THE PUBUC
RECORDS OF SAID COUNTY. IN
PLAT BOOK 1. PAGE 1 AND RUN
SOUTH 86 DEGREES 30 MINUTES


08/28/2013.
2t 08-21-28-2013
1697


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WESTERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY ULINE
OF GLENWOOD ROAD (15 .
FOOT RIGHT-OF-WAY) RUN "
THENCE SOUTH S DEGREES O0
MINUTES EAST ALONG SAID .
RIGHT-OF-WAY A DISTANCE OF
647,03 FEET TO THE POINT OF: '
BEGINNING.
FROM THE POINT OF BEGIN-
NING THUS DESCRIBED CON-
TINUE SOUTH 8 DEGREES 00
MINUTES EAST ALONG SAID
RIGHT-OF-WAY A DISTANCE OF
177.0 FEET: RUN THENCE SOUTH -
75 DEGREES 44 MINUTES 26 .
SECONDS WEST A DISTANCE"
OF 221.61 FEET: RUN THENCE-'
NORTH S DEGREES 00 MINUTES
WEST, A DISTANCE OF 218,50
FEET: RUN THENCE NORTH 86
DEGREES 30 MINUTES EAST, A,
DISTANCE OF 220.97 FEET TO
THE POINT OF BEGINNING.,
at public sale, to the high-'.
est and best bidder, for cash,
at Main 'Entrance. Nassau
County, Judicial Annexi 76347 -
Veterans Way, Vfilee. FL 32097 ,
at 11:30 AM, onthe26th day of
September 2013. Any person
claiming an interest in the sur-
plus from the scle. if any. other S
that the property owner as of
the date of the lis pendens
must fie a claim witi a60 days
after the sale.
Dated: 8-13-2013 -
By:/Tracy FPoore'
Nassau County Clerk of Court
CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT-
If you cue a person with a
disability who needs any
accommodation in order to".
participate in this proceeding ,
you are entitled pt no cost to .,
you. to the provision of certain.'
assistance. Please contact the' -
ADA Coordinator at crtin-
trp@coj.net or (904) 630-2564
at least 7 days before your' '
scheduled court appearance, .
or Immediately upon recelv--.
ing this notification If the time --
beforeo the scheduled appear--si
once is less:than 7 days; If you
arehearing or voice impdired
call 711.
2t 08-21-28-2013
1695 "

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE':,
FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN -
ANDFOR .
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
FILE NO.: 2013-CP-203 ,
DIVISION: A'
IN RE: ESTATE OF EDWARD -
LAMONT KELLEY,. ,
Deceased. .' -
NOTICETOCRECI.EOICRS *-
The administration of the, ,
estate of EDWARD LAMONT
KELLEY, deceased, File No."
2013-CP-203, is pending in the. ,
Circuit Court for., Nassau
County,, Florida, Probate
-Division, the address of which "
is Nassau County CoLrthouse,';,
.76347 Veterans Way; Yulee, .
FIrnd,, 3 2)07 Trl rro--T.-e, arnd
-l.,sress .or rlpe-rsorla rep-..;
r-:er,r.,3r.-() orand Ir.- per-.
...-n'al,,p reprn'h.riBh,,e ; atar.-- -
ney are set for th below. -
tiI cr dsIc.r..:.f Ir-o .jic-ce.
.1- t;. 'l .O i-',;rl c,*'sf :rl' na'.',ilr'a .
clanT or .'-r'IT l ,r,. ; Oa ,.' .t '
dei:-r r e. .l or l r. i t-orT a -.
copy of this notice is served"
muLLs i- m-il l.Ji aClI1TM, .1,ith I:
coiri.- ','liHitJ THE i-TEt! r'F )
THREE MONTHSAFTERTHEi DATE I
OF THE FIRST PUBUCATION'OF"'
THISNOTICE OR THIRTY DAYS:;
AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF
A COPY OF, THI1S NOTICE 'ON
THEM,. ..... : .
i All Other ,:r o,"ll; or i1-c.
decedent or..a per:,OY na.-
Ir,a clarrm.: d-rri ,',d: airdc
ti-,e nc.-idni : 6:-i.3.; irr.jl. ,1
fn iii ir ii. a r I F ,j ,jr. ,,! i t rl,,
'-.l. IT r- I :[II': ,'T i E I I E '
C-it rHTE FiiC' [ fL'LE' AIi-,.N .
,1 THI., t:TiCE
;.LL C lr .l.1 N,'-1 i ';:0 FILED
W ITHIIJI THE hit.IE PE I-C'[,2 Ei -E
F-'-,r'HIr- il -*,-. 02 C,1 -
.THE FLORIDA STATUTES WILL BE" .
FOREVER BARRED.. ',
riCI.' IH'S IA1lll2 IJ- THE r E TIE
PERi-_.-Cb. EI F.':riH A"DVE -
-14, CL-i,.l FILEEC, rWO. (2')
E,-IrS *,-R t.lORE FEfEI IHE
DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH
ISiBARRED. '
Trhe d. r-of Oir,.,u.icrc'aor.oi
r1,1: r,.?$11C 1: .Jgu _;l. 2013
Attorney for Personal
Representative: .
SH. Price-Poole; Jr, Esquire
;I.-ri-a Bar j:, 01C,7l.5"J
i1]"' .-,r,hi6 i~el~6 ;,uire 201] '
Femrnandina Beach, FL 32034
Telephone: (904) 261-0742
Person Giving'Notice:
JESSEM.KELLEY
15 Campbell Ave .
Clarion, PA 16214
2t"08-21-28-2013
'1696 .

NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE ,
Notice is hereby given that on ,
9/3/13 at 10:00A.M.. or there-
after, at CubeSmdrt #0323,
1678 S. 8th St., In' the city of
Fernandina Beach, state of
Florida. the undersigned,,
CubeSmart #0323 'wil! sell at' '
Public Sale by competitive bid-
ding, the personal property
heretofore stored. with the -
undersigned'by:
Space # F52
Emma Virgiria Grant
Space # J26-27
Zayza Grant
Space #H14
Helen Melanie Oliphant
Space M31 -
Carrie E Gill
Space i E16-E12 ,
Richard J Brock
Space #A2
Michael P Ray Jr.
Space # A4
Shanita Ndlira Williams. -,
Space f HI-2-3
Lucy Malihews
All items in storage contain
household items unless other
wise mentioned.
3t 08-07-14-21-2013"'
1672 "

NOTICE OF SALE .
NOTICE IS.HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned intendsto sell
the personal property
"described below at publicsale
by competitive bidding pri
Friday, the 30th daytof August.
2013 at 1:00 oam on the prern
ises where said property has
been stored and which are
located at Bridgeview Self
Storage.. 474431 East State
Road 200, Femnandina Beacht
FL 32034 Nassau 'County the
foalowin g:
Ashley Fowler 4009
Sandra Dawson 5017
tan Patterson. 302?
Purchases must be paid
for at the time of purchase by
cash only. A clearing deposit
will be taken.
Dated this 08/21/2013 and






WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21,.2013 NEWS News-Leader


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

DUI arrest at school
A woman, 34, was arrested
for driving under the influence
. while attempting to pick up her
son from the first day of school,
according to a police report
Nassau County deputies
arrived at Yulee Primary the
afternoon of Aug. 8 after reports
of a drunk driver who had pos
sibly struck another vehicle.
Witnesses informed a school
employee that the driver of a
white car with a handicapp" sign
in the window was driving errat-
ically, the report stated.
The principal of tle.school1
Mary Bennet, asked the driver
to pull over several times
according to the report, but th(
driver continued to attempt lin
ing up with other cars.to pick u
her son. Another employee con-
firmed to police the driver hac
slurred speech and "appeared
to be under the influence o:
alcohol." Witnesses surrounded
the car to keep the suspect'or
scene until law enforcement
arrived.. .
A Nassau County' deputy
reported that as he walked up t
the car, the suspect staggeredc
out. of, the vehicle" ant
approached him. The officer
had the driverperform sobri
ety tests, which she 'did poorly
on." She was placed' undei
arrest for driving under th(
influence, a misdemeanor.
On arriving at Nassai
County Jail, the driver refuse
a Breathalyzer test, according to
the report.

Tourist scammed
A Georgia woman, 43, stay
ing at the Residence Inn at 2301
SWrlei;. Road, fellv.ictim to
credit card scam Aug 8, accord
ing to a police report, after she
gave credit information to
caller claiming to be the inn':
manager.


POLICE REPORT


The woman told city police
r she received a phone call in her
S. hotel room around 9 am. Aug.
8 from someone named "Mark"
Swho told her he was manager of
I the Residence Inn. "Mark" told
her that the inn's computers
crashed during the night and
that all guest information had to
be re-entered into the system.
The man addressed her by
S name from the beginning of the
S call, the woman told police.


NEWSIEADER


PUBLIC SERVICE MESSCE I


Post office warns businesses


not to use mailboxes for free

'The post office has notified a 'couple of- eral law to intentionally circumvent, paying.
dozen localbusinesses that they could be in postage in order to realize personal gain."
violation of federal law by using mailbox- .. The certified letters sentto violators
es for advertising without paying from the Fernandina Beach post
postage.. office note the.fine could be in*'
Federal law states, "Whoever ; excess of.S5.O00.
knowingly and willfully deposits any The post office charges mail
mailable matter such as statements advertisers S200 for an application
of accounts, circulars, sale bills, or -- fee. S200 for a permit fee and 27
other like matter, on which no cents per piece of mail delivered.
postage has been paid. in any letter .Fernandina Beach has.17,052possi-
box established, approved, or accepted ble deliveries including post office
bythe Postal Service for the receipt or boxes and mailboxes.
delivery of mail matter on any mail route' The certified letter was sentto sever-
with the .intent to avoid payment of lawful al local restaurants, lafw care and pest control
postage thereon, shall for each offence be fined services and other businesses that were sus-
under this tidle." petted of putting advertising circulars in mail-
Postal inspectors say "it's a violation offed- boxes without paying postage for them:

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.bors, investigators foun4 one
neighbor had observed a
"strange white Dodge van with
racks on top and a rust spot on
the rear" driving the street "at
least once a day for a whole
Week" Another neighbor "pos-
sibly had a burglary to the res-
idence, but did not report,"
according to the report


Felony arrests


Because she believed the call Samantha Lee Pottorff,
was legitimate, she provided 22, 85287 Megan St., Yulee,
her credit card information. Aug. 11, Camden County war-
Later in the day when she spoke rant, theft by deception. '
With her husband on the phone, David Gregory Huston,
he told her the story did not 20, 27353 New Front St.,
sound right, and suggested she Hilliard, Aug. 11, possession of
call the-front desk She did, and opium or derivatives.
discovered theinn's computers E Jennifer M. Preston, 28,
had not crashed, and that no 1811 Laser Court, Fernandina
employees had called her, the Beach, Aug. 10, opposing, dis-
Sreport stated- orderly intoxication, criminal
On calling her credit card mischief under $1;000, battery
company, the woman found of a law enforcement officer.
someone had charged $800 at a 1 NormanJerome Kohn, 54,
store in North Carolina. Jacksonville, Aug. 10, DUI, con--
.. Police spoke with the inn's tributing to delinquency of a'
Manage, who said none of his minor, introduction of contra-
employees had called the guest .band.
about a computer, crash. He. said 1 Stacey Renae Moses, 37,
another guest complained of a 76044 Quail Ridge Road, Yulee,
similar phone call, but the caller .Aug.. 10,crueltytoward child/
did not know the guest's name aggravated abuse, possession
and the guest did not give out or use of narcotics equipment,
any information, the report 4tat- resisting or obstructing an offi-
ed cer without violence.
'* " EJose Leonardo Gonzalez-,
werstolen :. Guttierrez, 41, Miami, Aug. 9,
Jew ry driVing while license suspended
'According to a city police or revpked-habitual, arrest on
report, at least $15,000 worth' warrant, Charlotte and Sumter
Sofjewelry, electronics equip-. counties. .-
ment and other items were 'Daniel Leonardo Sanabria,':
stolen .from an Ocean Drive., '36, 1401 Blue Heron Lane,
house& Aug. 9. Fernandina Beach,'Aug. 9;
A couple reported to police aggravated-battery with serious,
Aug. 9 that, on returning home injury, Nassau County warrant.
around 2 a.m., they discovered 0 Michael Todd Lacobee,-
someone had broken into their 43,86138 Brennan Way, Yulee.,
house and stolen some itemnis. Aug. 9, arrest warrant, violation
'The male resident, 40, told of probation.
policethat hedoes not routine-" U Christopher Robert
ly lock the outside door's dead- Plaisted, 25.23834 Flora Parke
bolt, anid was not sure if he had Blvd., Fernandina Beach, Aug
locked the back sliding glass '.9, possession of a controlled
door. ,'.:,.' .' substance, possession of drug
SThe female resident, 30, told paraphe-nalia.
police a small safe containing *"TristianCody Fulcher, 27,
an engagement and wedding 45041 Eula Bea Road, Callahan,
ring set worth $13,200 was Aug. 8, burglary of a structure
missing, as well as a jewelry or conveyance, dealing in stolen
box with gold earrings and property, false verification on a
coins, an lpad2 and a Toshiba pawnitem, grand theft
laptop. Altogether, the stolen EI'ArthurWelton Barlow,-58,
items.totaledat least S15,000,.. Jacksonville, Aug. 8, Nassau
according to the reporL t County warrant;grand theft.
Accordifig to the report, 0 Michael Lee Brown, 49,
police found no signs of forced 96189 Abaco Island Drive.
erv'!..,T lpl'_sq_ .td_,-, .dina.Bpaq.Aug.. ,driv-
police, investigator they had a ing while license suspended bor
house sitter,watch their dogs revoked, habitual traf fit bffend-
on occasion but did not.suspect er.
the sitter... '- '"' E Kevin Michael Carnahan,
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Fernandina Beach, Aug. 7, bond
surrender, sale or delivery of a
controlled substance.
Zachery Mark Fila, 18,
86411 -Hill Valley Ave., *Yulee,
Aug. 6, burglary with a battery,
aggravated assault with a motor
vehicle, possession of burglary
tools, possession of a controlled
substance, possession of drug
paraphernalia.-
Travares Latrey
Edmonds, 33, 704 South 12th
St, Fernandina Beach, Aug. 6,
domestic battery.
Treavor Lee Michael
Bloomfield, 19,37063 W. Fifth
St, Hilliard, Aug. 6, Nassau
County warrant, dealing in
stolen property.
Cecil Wayne McCoy, 23,
Jacksonville, Aug. 6, violation
of probation, grand theft, fleeing
or eluding.
Kendra Lee Nelson, 32,
44451 Lee Drive, Callahan, Aug.
5, grand theft less than $5,000.
Anthony Paul Fisher, 34,
Sanderson, Aug. 5, possession
of methamphetamine, posses-
sion of less than 20 grams of
marijuana, drivingwhile license
suspended or revoked. .
Dennis Theodore Catlin,
40,76183 HarperpChapel Road,
Yulee, Aug. 5, Camden County
warrant, !possession of nar-
cotics/opiates.
'I* Victoria Jude Bryant, 25,
1216 Vernon St., Fernandina
Beach, Aug. 5, sale and delivery
of cocaine.
Robert Joseph Hartzog,
26, Jacksonville, Aug. 5, pos-
session of more than 20 grams.,
of marijuana.
Dennis Theodore Catlin,
40, 76183 Harper Chapel Road,
Yulee, Aug. 5; Camden County
warrant, possession of narcotics
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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21,2013 NEWS News-Leader


COURT REPORT


Thie following report Ias conm-
piled by Angela Daughtry, News-
Leader staff, from the Aug. 15
court docket of Circuit Court
Judge Robert M. Foster
Wendell Lee Austin plead-
ed not guilty to two counts of
Sale or delivery of cocaine.
Travis Marshall Black-
welder pleaded not guilty to pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance with intent to sell,
manufacture, or deliver within
1,000 feet of a school.
A sentencing hearing
date of Aug. 29 was set for
Ashley Grace Butler, charged
with possession with intent to
- sell, deliver, manufacture or
purchase cocaine, possession
of less than 20 grams of mari-
juana, no citation, and posses-
sion of controlled substance


paraphernalia.
Kevin Michael Carnahan
pleaded guilty to sale or delivery
of a controlled substance, pos-
session of cocaine with intent
to sell, deliver, manufacture or
purchase and possession of
cannabis with intent to sell,
'deliver, manufacture or pur-
chase and was adjudicated
guilty. He was sentenced in each
case to six months in Nassau
County Jail with credit for time
served, followed by six months
Community Control Level I and
18 months drug offenderpro-
bation, to run concurrently. He
-must have a drug/alcohol eval-
uation within 60 days of release,
and follow up with any recom-
mended treatment, with ran-
dom urinalysis. He was ordered
to pay a total of $1,036 in court


costs, $300 to the Public
Defender's Office and $200 to
the State Attorney's Office.
Ajury trial date of Oct. 14
was set.for Carol Anne Chase,
charged with grand theft of a
controlled substance.
The case against Juan
Guillermo Clough-Dejesus,
charged with flee, elude
police/fail to obey law enforce-
ment officer's order to stop and
reckless driving, was recalled
by the court. The state will
not prosecute him on the
charges and will discharge his
citations.
Gordon Greg Daniels
pleaded not guilty to driving
while license suspended, habit-
ual offender. Bond was rein-
stated to the original amount.
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Samuel Coney Dowdy
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total of$936 in court costs and
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Office.
Ajury trial date of Oct. 14
was set for Brandon David
Hight6wer, charged with pos-
session of a firearm by a delin-
quent and improper exhibition
of a dangerous weapon.
Richard Paul Horton Jr.
admitted to a violation of pro-
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or attempting to elude a police
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cute Keri Regina Johns on four
counts o: possession lo a con-
trolled substance
Charles Keith Jones plead-
ed guilty to giving false verifi-
cation of ownership to a pawn-
broker and adjudication was
withheld. He was sentenced to
12 months probation with the
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to the Public Defender's Office
and $50 to the State Attorney's
Office.
James Leroy Wright plead-
ed guilty to a lesser-included
charge of driving while license
suspended or revoked and was
adjudicated guilty. He was sen-
tenced to time served in Nassau
County Jail and ordered to pay
$223 in court costs, $100 to the
Public Defender's Office and
$50 to the State Aftorney's
Office.
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in court cbsts, $150 tothe Public
Defender's Office and $100 to
the State Auttorney's Office. The
State Attorney's Office reserves
jurisdiction for 60 days on the
amount of restitution.
Benjamin Marquis plead-
ed not guilty to dealing in stolen
property and false verification of
ownership.
Pencie Blackburn Massey
was served an affidavit and
admitted to two counts of viola-
tion of probation being served
for two counts of possession of
a controlled substance with
intent to sell or deliver and an
adjudication of guilt was
reaffirmed. Probation was
reinstated and extended six
months.
An affidavit of violation of
probation against James
McKinney was discharged.
Probation was reinstated and
he is to continue on probation
under the original terms and
conditions.
James Robert Odom
pleaded guilty to burglary of a
structure, possession of bur-
glarious tools, criminal mischief
over $200 but under $1,000, and
grand theft third degree more
than $300 but less than $5,000
and was adjudicate guilty. On
the criminal mischief charge he
was sentenced to time served in
Nassau County Jail. On the
remaining charges, he was sen-
tenced to 18 months in a state
prison with credit for time
served, followed by 18 months
probation. He was ordered
to pay $418 in court costs,
$150 to the Public Defender's
Office and $100 to the State
Attorney's Office. The State
Attorney's Office reserves juris-
diction for 60 days on restitu-
tion. Probation may be termi-
nated after one year if all
conditions are met.
Ajury trial date of Oct. 14
was set for Leonard-William
Owens III, charged with pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription,
.two counts of sale or delivery of
a controlled substance and fail-
ure to comply with registration
law. ,.
Daniel Gene Pickett plead-
ed guilty to failure to comply
with registration law and adju-
dication was withheld. He was
ordered to pay $418 in court
costs and $100 to the State
Attorney's Office.
Robert Daniel Popwell II
was served affidavits and denied
three counts of violation of pro-
batinii being 't-ved fbi" stle,
manufacture or delivery of a
controlled substance, three
counts of violation .of probation
being served for uttering forged
bills and two counts of violation
of probation being served for
possession of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription.
In a fourth case, Popwell II
*pleaded not guilty to failure to
report a name or residence
change.
James Scott Tompkins
was served affidavits and denied
two counts of violation of pro-
bation being served for pos-
session of a controlled sub-
stance without a prescription
and two counts of violation of
probation being served for and
sale, manufacture, purchase or
delivery of cocaine within 1,000
feet of a church, business, or
school.
Ja Nay Elyshea Wallace
pleaded not guilty to possession
of cocaine and possession of
cannabis with intent to sell,
deliver, manufacture or pur-
chase.-
.Malcolm Jamal Wilcox
pleaded guilty to carrying a con-
cealed firearm and possession
of less than 20 grams- of
cannabis and adjudication was
withheld. He was not prosecut-
ed on a charge of possess, sell,
deliver a firearm with an altered
or removed serial number. He
was sentenced to 12 months
probation and must complete
75 hours of community service
at a minimum of five hours per
month. He must forfeit his
firearm and enroll in and com-
plete a firearm safety class. He
must have a drug/alcohol eval-
uation and follow up with any
recommended treatment. He
was ordered to pay a $500 in
fine, $418 in court costs, and
$100 to the State Attorney's
Office.
Keith Curtis Williams
pleaded guilty to a lesser-includ-
ed charge of petit theft and adju-
dication was withheld. He was
sentenced to time served in
Nassau County Jail and ordered
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SThe InZone Club of Yulee High School, in
partnership with Ford Motor Corporation and
Paul Clark Ford of Yulee, will host "Drive
One 4 UR School," a fundraiser event at 5"
p.m. Friday.
"Drive One 4 UR School" will help Yulee
Hornet football raise money to support the
sports program. Qualifying test drives will be
given until 8 p.m. For each valid test drive,
the school program receives a donation from
Ford. To test drive a car and help the school
program, each participant must be at least 18
years old and possess a valid driver's license,
fill out a short marketing survey and waiver
and test drive the car of their choice on a
marked route.
In InZone Club wants to reach its 300 test
il iv, e c, ,Ol
"We are excited about the 'Drive One 4 UR


School" event because we get to raise money
forthe football program and hold the event at
the school at our Kickoff Classic jamboree,"
said Booster Club President Tony Avery.
"This is just great fun with a purpose."
Community partnership is not a new
undertaking for Paul and Beth Clark. The
Clarks r h-rly celebrated 20 years in busi-
ness in Nassau County. Their previous part-
nerships to support youth in the community
and in local schools include Yulee Little"
League, Fernandina Beach Babe Ruth, Elm
Street Little League, Pop Warner football,
Yulee High School Foupdation and overall
. support of all school sports.
The Clarks have been strong supporters
of Yulee High School programs.
"The Clarks have given of their time and
their money to Yuilee High School," said for-


mer principal DeArmas Graham. "They have
been part of the Yulee family for such a long
time. They are actually the embodiment of
the heart and soul of the school.
"Paul and Beth Clark are top supporters of
the school. Yes, they have financially support-
ed the school but they have also been
engaged in the school at all points, from inter-
viewing for the head coach and the athletic
director to raising money through the Yulee
High School Foundation for students and
teachers to have the resources they need to
further their education and educate in excel-
lence.
"Parents and community partnerships
strengthen our schools. We need all parts
working together. People like the Clarks are
the people who make Yulee High School an
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mechanical support, motorcycle escorts and
roving SAGs will be provided. This is a great
training ride for MS and CE
Start and finish are at the Atlantic Avenue
Recreation Center, 2600 Atlantic Ave. There
are five routes 20, 34, 58, 80 and 100 miles.
Early pickup of ride packet, including
wristband ID, map and T-shirt, and in-person
registration are from 1:30-4 p.m. Sept. 7 at the
Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center.
Doors open at 6:30 a.m. Sept. 8 for ride
packet pickup, including wristband ID, map
and T-shirt, and day-of-ride registration.
At 7:30 am. the 100-mile route departs; at
7:40 a.m. 80-mile route departs; at 7:50 am.
the 58-mile route departs; arid at 8 a.m. the 20-
and 34-mile routes depart. Riders may be
released in controlled groups at the start to
prevent congestion at the Fort Clinch gate
Lunch is served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. All
services end at 4 p.m.
Register 6n-line at www.NFBC.us. NFBC
members pay $30; non-members pay $45. In-
person fee is $55 for all. Late and in-person
registrants may purchase T-shirts at ride
headquarters as a special order.
Headphones are prohibited by Florida
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Florida east coast anglers can help-FWC
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tion researchers are asking anglers to help
them gather information this weekend about
the important Atlantic red snapper fishery.
The recreational red snapper season is
open Friday through Sunday in south Atlantic
federal waters. FWC researchers and volun-
teers will be out along Florida's east coast dur-
ing each day of the season, asking, recreation-
al fishers about their red snapper trips and
their catch.
Researchers will also collect biological
samples of harvested fish, whichwill not
affect the fillet, to help determine the age of
each red snapper.
Biologists sampled more than 2,000 red
snapper during the federal opening in 2012 as
a result of these efforts.
Anglers'survey responses and biological
samples will give researchers valuable data
about the red snapper fishery. Fisheries scien-
tists could use this information in future popu-
lation assessments.
While the federal opening will have no size
limit and a bag limit of one fish per person per
day, in Florida state waters there is a 20-inch
total length minimum size limit, in addition to
a bag limit of two fish per person, per day.
Vessels with red snapper smaller than the
state's minimum size limit must travel
through state waters without stopping and
.have fishing gear stowed.
When anglers catch a tagged red snapper,
FWC researchers ask that they report it to the
Angler Tag Return Hotline at 800-367-4461.
When calling the hotline, anglers should indi-
cate the species, tag number, date and time of
capture, catch location, fish length, type of
bait used and whether the fish was kept or
released. If the fish is released, the angler is
asked to leave the tag in place to help with
future data collection.
For information about red snapper sam-
pling efforts, visit MyFWC.com/Research.
For information on red snapper regulations,
visit MyFWC.com/Fishing, and click on
"Recreational Regulations" under "Saltwater"
and then select "Atlantic Snappers."


Red snapper tourney

is Saturday, Sunday
The inaugural Amelia Island Bait and
Tackle Red Snapper Fishing Tournament will
be held Aug. 24-25, with Saturday the main


day and Sunday the weather day. The red
snapper season will open for only four days in
August.
The tournament is open to all fishermen,
large and small boats, with 100 percent of pro-
ceeds going to payouts.
For information, call Capt. Jim Johnson at
277-0775.








OUTDOORS


WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21.2013 SPORTS News-Leader


Powell, Crawford, Conner, Croft winners


"Fishing this year has simply been red
hot," said local king mackerel competitor
Kenny Crawford, who competed in the fourth
annual Gate Jacksonville Fishing Rodeo. "We
navigated out 50 miles Friday and had a ban-
ner day of king mackerel fishing. Qur largest
kingfish weighed 40.33 pounds with several
more king mackerel in the 30-pound class.
"I have never seen the water so pretty; it
was simply the prettiest deep
blue color you could ever
imagine.
"During the second day of
the tournament we once
;again ran 50'miles offshore
to deepwater, but ran smack
into a bad thunderstorm.
Deciding it was not going to
be a good choice to fish
OUTOORS under such adverse weather
__.. conditions, we ran back clos-
~Tn\ o er to land to fish some key
Ter yLacoss nearshore kingfish waters."
Team "Crawfish,' including Robbie Farlow,
Mathew Farlow, Chris Cathey, Kenny and
Cindy Crawford, fished just long enough for a
major barracuda bite to take place. ,
"I knew right away that we were not going
to waste all of our silver eels on barracuda,"
Kenny Crawford said. "The bait man had not.
showed up early that morning and we had lit-
tle luk in jigging up any quality live baits. We
left iie 'cuda bite and headed for the beaches
withthe few silver eels.that we had left."
Team "Crawfish" soon put out spread of
rigged silver eels just offshore of the famous
kingfish waters called the Red Tops. '
"We hadn't been fishing very long when a
34-pound king mackerel struck the surface
trolled ribbonfish and we were soon heading
to the tournriament scales." '
After weighing in their 34-pound kingfish,
team "Crawfish" headed back'out, to the near-
est kingfish waters called the Chum Hole,
. located at the mouth of the St Johns River.
"Once again, without any live bait in our
live bait wells, we set but a trblliing spread of
silver eels," Keniny Crawford said. "At 7 p.m. a
40.1-pouhdkingfish took one of our su r facr sil-
ver eels and Wv: were c-nce again headed for
the ,Rodeo tournament site."
After all of the kingfish were weighed in,,
team "Crawfish" took second place in the
kingfish jackpot and second in the big fish
kingfish category; The local kingfish team
also won fist-place honors.inthe open divi-
sion of the SKA ever-competitive Division V -
for the fourth time.
James Powell and Team "Good Problem'-
took first in largest kingfish and the kingfish
jackpot with a 42:28-pounfid kingfish. Local,
tournament pro Bear Croft took fourth in the
kingfish jackpot with a 33-pound kingfish>
Bob Johnson of North Carolina and local
angler Keith Lane took top honors in the i
smallboat kingfish class.with another "Smok-..
er' king mackerel weighing 33 66 pounds..
Team "Traveler" also won the small boat class
in SKA Division .:
Local pro angler Ryan Conner continued
his winning ways with a second-place
sheepshead that weighed 6.53 pounds and a
third-place sea trout that weighed 5.06
Pounds. Conner was fishing from his kayak
and is quite thelight-tackle angler.
Redfish winners of the recent Fernandina.
SBeach Fishing Rodeo, Terry Sturgeon and
Wade Hastings, placed third in the redfish
jackpot
:Fishermen iin 'lastweekend's Gate
Jacksonville Fishing Rodeo 'competed for 18
species of both fresh and saltwater fish.
Winners of blind drawgwill beposted min
next week's outdoor column:
: "* National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration fishery services is opening up
a long weekend snapper season Friday
through Sunday. Recreational fishermen can
keep one red snapper per day with no size
restrictions.
"We are holding a special red snapper tour-
nament on Saturday,", said Captain Jimmy
Johnson of Amelia Island Bait & Tackle. "This
will be a 100 percent payback tournament
with cash awardsgoing for the largest red
snapper, caught during the tournamentday.
"We will also have junior angler awards for
youth fishermen 16 years old and younger.
We will also have lots of other prizes.
"We wish to run this tournament for every-
one. So keep in mind, on Friday evening dur-
ing the captain's meeting, if the weather is
predicted to be too rough for small boats, we
will more than likely call the event We want
everyone to fish and have a good time."
A captain's meeting will take place at
Amelia Island Bait & Tackle on Friday
evening. For information, call Johnson at
Amelia Island Bait & Tackle at 277-0775.


SPECIAL
James Powell and Team "Good'Problem" took first in largest kingfish and the kingfish jackpot with a 42.28-pound kingfish during
the fourth annual Gate Jacksonville Fishing Rodeo.


Left, Robbie Farlow, Kenny
Crawford and Chris Cathey,
from left, took second place in
kingfish jackpot and second n
the largest kingfish category
with this beautiful 40.1-pound
kingfish during the fourth
annual Gate Jacksonville
Fishing Rodeo. Team
"Crawfish" also captured first
for SKA Division V with past
wins in 1992, 2009 and
2011. Above left, Amelia .
Island tournament fisherman
George Smith weighed in this
S nice 18-pound barracuda duir-
ing the rodeo. Jack Holmes,
above, and Deona Holmes,
manage the-6outhemrn Kingfish
Association with competitive
fishing tournaments from
Texas to North Carolina,
including the popular Gate
Jacksonville Fishing Rodeo.
F'HOTOS EB TERRY LACOSS/SPECIAL


FERNANDINA BEACH TIDES
Tides, Sun &, Moon: August 21-28, 2013


Sre Sunrise 6S6A Low 3:IIA -1.03'
e Moonset 7:28A Hih 9:36A 6.98'
1/21 Sunset 8. 01P Low 3.P -1.04'
2 Moonrise 8:18P Hgh 1006IP 7.37'

h u nrise 6A Low 3 -1.1
hur Moonset 833A High 1&8A1 7.07
1/22 Sunset 8.OOP Low 4:18P -0.19'
/ Moonrise 8:S7P High 10:54P 7.14
F Sunrise 6 s7A Low 4.4A -1.03'
)I Moonset 9:35A High 11:17A 7.01
1/23 Sunset 7:S9P Low 5,06P -0.63'
Moonrise 9:35P HighI 11:40P 6.80'
t Sunrise 6:S7A Low 5:28A -0.80'
oat. moon.t 10:36A Hk 1Z A 6.83'
/ 4 Sunset 7:P Low 5:,55P -0.237
i4e fn Moonrise 10:13P a I fr Ac


Tde, calculations am for Amelia River, Femandina Beach. No corrections are necessary.
Sun & Mon event are i calculated for Fernandlna Beach, although actual times may vary because of land msa .
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Jacksonville's Wade Hastings is pictured with a nice redfish that helped put his team,
including Terry Sturgeon, in third place in redfish jackpot Their four redfish weight
totaled 21.81 pounds.


Sun. Sunrise, 6:58A Hgh 12.4A 6.39'
Su j oonset i1:34A Low &14A -0.46'
8/25 Sunset 7:56P Hh 12 IP 6.56'
Moonrise 10"52P Low 6.45P 0.21'
M n Sunrise 6:58A igh 1:08 5.96
Moonset1 231A Law 7:01A -0.09'
8/26 Sunset 7:55P Hi' 137P 6.26
2 Moonrise 11:33P Low 739P 0.61'
Surie .5 Hig 153A 5.56'
Tues. sunoonse 6:S9A Low 751A 0.24'
Moonset 1 I6PHi2P 5.97
8/27 S s L 09&36P0.91'
Moonrise 1217A 1-Fgh "42 A 5.24'
W ed. LastQuarter S:35A Low &44A 0.49'
Sunrise 7.OOA
8/28 Moonset 2 -18P i h3:16P 5.75
Sunset 7:53P Low 934P 1.06'






WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21,2013 SPORTS News-Leader


TWO NEW COURTS


Kraft Tennis Part-
Sners celebrated'the
opening of two new
S lighted courts
S Saturday, above.
,_.This is, in addition to
Sthe existing five clay
S.. courts located at
r KrtafTen Acres off
S -. B: Buccaneer Trail.
Construction corn-
.' ;. mittee chairman Joe
S' Sunon and KTP
President Dave
Rogers, right, cut the
ribbon to open the
., new courts. .For
" information about
membership, contact
Kris Barger at 225-
S .8578 orBo
McCollum at 321-
2233.
SlPAIIIbM I E [ 'PH ':I'-


Galpin I
Forty-two players came
out for last Wednesday's Blitz
with Carl Galpin (78, plus 8)
taking top honors at the
Fernandina Beach Golf Club.
Second was Tony Lopez (81,
plus 7) And tied for third at
plus 6 were Bill Anderson
(90) and Jim McFarland (90).
Lopez, Dan Nettuno (90,
plus 2), Mark Pierson (99,
even) and Lew Akldns (92,
minus 1) tied for first with t
McFarland, Rich Vreden-
burgh (84, plus 5), Ron Peter-
son (86, plus 1), Tom Roberts
(81, minus 1) and Michael
Kaufman (92, minus 3).
Galpin, Mikle Lovejoy (80,
plus 3), Jacque Burette (99,
minus 1) and D.D. Miller
(107, minus 4) died for third
with Jack Harrison (89, plus
3), Charlie Kicklighter (84,
plus 2), Dave Mudd (93, plus
1) and Bill McKeown (94,
even).
Friday was lit slowe- with
thethreat of rain in the air so
-just 32 players tested the
course and weather. Larry
Brauda was top winner with a
75 -and plus 8; second was
Sammy Alvarez (75, plus 6)
and third was'Hydie Peterson
(73, plus 5.) -
First-place team included
Brauda,.Alvarez, Jim Edwards
(90, plus 4) and Dan Nettuno
(93, minus 1). Capturing sec-
ond were Peterson, Mark
SPierson (95, plus 3), Carl
Galpin (84, minus 2) and
Ryan Bedell (83, minus 6).
Evan Wiseman (84, plus
4), Jerry Hudgins (88, plus 3),
Rob Maynard (82, minus 4)
and Jim Raffone (90, minus 6) '
tied for third with the team of


Chuck Himmelheber (82,
plus 2), Bill Abee (89, minus
1), Tom Wurtz (88, minus 1),
Garey Durden (93, minus 3)
and the team of Ricky Calingo
(80, plus 2), Rich Vreden-
burgh (88, plus 2),Jim
McFarland (95, even), Ron
Peterson (89, minus 3) and
Ron Boatright (80, minus 4).

ad'openagday
The Fernandina Beach
Women's Golf Association's
opening day for the 2013-14
season is Sept 3. The group
encourages all members to
join in the fun; new.members
are welcome.
Play begins with a 9 a.m.
shotgun start The sign-up
sheet is in the ladies' locker
room; sign up by. noon Sept.
2. There will be a general
mneeting'following golf.
Call the pro shop at 277-
7370 or 310-3175. .

NavySEALtoum=ey
The third annual Navy .
SEAL Foundation Golf Classic
will be held at the Omni ', "
^Amelia Island Plantation. Nov.
9. This event is open to the
public. Golf entry fees are
$250 per player. The tourna-
nment begins with breakfast
and registration and con-
cludes with dinner and a
silent auction.
Registration for the golf.
tourinameht is open until Oct
,31.The tournament field is'
limited to 1414 players.


All proceeds, support the
Navy SEAL Foundation,
which provides immediate
and ongoing support and
assistance to the Navy Special
Warfare community and their
families. Event sponsorships
are available. All donations
are welcome and are tax-
deductible.
For information on the
event, contact Mike Clower at
261-2217 or clowerm@bell-
south.net or Toni Corbin at
277-5907 or tcorbin@omniho-
tels.com.

FBHSbenefit
The third annual O'Kane's
Golf Tournament, with. pro-
ceeds to benefit the Fernan-
dina Beach High School golf
teams, will be held Sept. 1.4-15
at Amelia River'Golf Club.
SShotgun start is at 12:30 p.m.
both days. ..
Format is atwo-man best-
,ballSaturday and a two-man
scramble on Sunday. There is
a senior flight for ages 60 and'
over; seniors play forward
tees. No more than six-shot
differential in handicaps.'
Cost is 300 per team and
includes golf and Heavy appe-
tizers at O'Kane's during the
pairings party and cocktail
party. Pairings party is at7 7
p.m. Friday and cocktail party
is at 7 p.m. Saturday.
.For information on the
tournament, contact Jarrod
Sullivan at (904) 838-8825'or
joe Parrishat 548-7'134


SPORTS SHORTS


.. i . *


-Special Olympics
Volunteers are needed for
:.the Special Olympics aquatics
"meet, which will be held from
8 a.-m. to 2 p.m..Aug 24 at the
* McArthur Family YMCA, 1915
Citrona Drive. Fernandina, R,
Beach Contact MoRonicaR:
FRavenell, Nassau County vol-'.
, unteer coordinator. at (904'i
i 557-830P or moronicaravenell.


: FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH
SCHOOL
SVarsity Football
-Aug. 23 LEE (kickoff classic) 7.00
Aug. 30 YULEE 7.00
.,Sept 6 NEASE 7.00
-Sept 13 atHilliard 7230
: Sept 20 at Episcopal 7:00
;-Sept 27 at Menendez 7:00
*-Oqt4 FORT WHITE* 700
:,Oct 11 at West Nassau 730
-Oct 18 TAYLOR CO.* (HC) 700
Nov. 1 at Madison County* 730
Nov. 8 at Christ Church 7.00
District


Sor as a member of society in
the form ofcommunity service
or leadership. Tnis year's
Class will be inducted at the .
SFBHS homecoming Oct: 18.
More criteria and applica-
Stions are available online .
Sunder the alumni section at
i www fernandinahigh.com or
at the school Contact Rob
HicKs at robert hicks@nas-


YULEE HIGH SCHOOL
Varsity Football
Aug. 23 EAGLE'S VIEW (KO) 7:O
Aug. 30 at Femandina Beach 7.30
Sept 6 at Potter's House, 700
Sept. 20 FORRESP 7.00
SepL 27 at Wolfseon* 700
Oct. 4 at Paxon* 700
Oct. 11 RIBAULT* 7.30
Oct. 18 BAKER COUNTY* 700
QOct. 24 at Bishop Kenfiy* 700
Nov 1 STANTON (HC) 700
Nov. 8 WEST NASSAU 7230
*District


has identified an aircraft,'
(Paradise P-'i for purchase
Sand is ready to begin Ilight
operations once the purchase
is finalized it flying for less
, than $100 per hour low
monthly dues and no FAA
medical certificate require-
-ment interests you call Sam
SLane at (904) 624-0650 or
SMickey Baily at 556-6136 '


S@yahoo.com. .sau. K12 us ,.- .. ,
S '- 1. ^ 11. ....Organized bike ides
SPutPuttleag.ue YMCASOCCerVOll .,yb ,. There are organized bicy-
i Sign up for the Putt-Putt Registration has begun for ., cle rides Thursdays starting at
L Business League Four the McArthur Family YMGA's. 9a.m. and Saturdays starting
t employees or customers rep-. .*, l-,youth sports Cost is $65 . ai 8 30 a m All rides start
l"7'resenr the team each wdek f6r ',WrnriernbIers and $120 tor'-. -- -frdm Main Beach. Park near
:.seven weeks Registration non-members. Seasons begin the miniature golf course
-'and free practice begin at 6 the week ol Sept 2 and Cyclists of all abilities are
:.p m with a shotgun start af t7 extend through October ..,. _..... -
.]m Season runs from Aug. Participants receive a jer-
,-27 through the playoff chain- sey and commemorative tro- .
.pionshipOct 7 Cost is $280 phy.. Soccer for ages 5-12.. ......
;:per team plus tax Email runs at both the Fernandina *
'aaron@aaronbean cornm Beach and Yulee sites. Tues- -. *
i- days will be practice days with
::Fi" ,.. games on Friday evenings
. Fa'h opsn eUgsti Volleyball is for ages 8-15 b. .'. .
' The open 'registration peri- years Monday practices. it Go Cb
:'od for Fernandina Beach : games Thursdays'Call Nicole Jersey City, N.J.
;Babe Ruth fall baseball runs. BroWn aft261-1080. A va s.Par 71


S-1 through'Sept: 15.'The fall ball
-:season runs until the week
Before Thanksgiving with -a
cost of $65 per player.Sign : '
up atFBBRL.com.- .
': .Fall baseball is a less-
>Intense season'focused more
on instruction and lesson
;''competition. Teams will play in
Fernandina and Jacksonville.

jBasketball tryouts
The Basketball Club of
Florida AAU organization
based in Femandina is hold-
'ing tryouts for several age
.groups of. players who live
'-within Nassau County. BCF
will hold ti'youts on the follow-
ing dates, so contact the
*coach of the team to RSVP.
Also, visit the BCF website at.
www.bcfhoops.org.
11 U goys (fourth and fifth
grade) Sept. 7 from 9 -11 a.m.
at First Baptist Church, Coach
Schweizer, phil@kkmarket-
ing.net.
: ..11U girls (fourth and fifth
.grade) Oct. 19 from 9-11 a.m.
'at First Baptist Church in
:Femandina Beach, Coach
-_Millar, millarhome@bell-
Ssouth.net.

FBHS-HallofFame
S Femandina Beach High
School is now accepting nom-
inees for its 2013 Hall of
Fame class. Criteria is for
alumni and former staff and
includes excellence in athlet-
ics, one's trade or profession


Boulesciub -
Bq t '( a ',', ,
Amelia Island Boules Club'-
holds petanque pickup games
Saturdays at 9:30 a. rt., Wed-
nesdays at 4:30, pm.mand'
Thursday at 3:3.0 p.m. at the
Central Park courts at the=cor-
ner of Atlantic Avenue and -
South 11th Street. Petanque'
(pay-tonk)'js a cousin of both.-
horseshoes and bodce, the
Italian bowling game. The,
public is always welcQrne to
join. Calf 491-1190.

Jeff allowayrurVwa&l
A local group meets Satur-
day mornings for runs/walks
using the Jeff Galloway train-
ing method. Train for a mara-
thon' half-marathon or 15K.
Call Mike Hagel at 415-6039.

Sailng Oubmeets
The Amelia Island Sailing
Club meets the first Tuesday
at the Kraft Athletic Club at
Ten Acres. Social hour at 6:30
p.m., meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Contact Commodore Kent
McKee at (770) 287-5606 or
commdore@ameliaislandsail-
ing.org. Visit www.ameliais-
landsailing.org.

Flyingcub
The Amelia Island Light
Sport Rlying Club is looking
for a few more members.
Membership is initially limited
to 12 full partners. The group


welcome. Ridersof A (18-21),
B (14-17), 'C (up to 14mph)
and S (social ride, speed of
the slowest rider in the group)'
all participate TIe ndewill be
around 30 miles with rest;
stops along the way arid loops
back to the starting pint at
around 10 miles before con- .
S.tinuing on the remaining 20
miles of the route Anyone
who joins'the group will 'not be
left behinrid Lunch is optional.
S. There is also a regular tide,
- '.Mohdays for experienced
t road cyclists starting at .9 a.m.,.
at various locations on Amelia '.
Island and in Nassau County.
Thie stalling points ahd dis- ,
dances for these rides will be
'* announced. '


Helmets and a bicycle in,
good working condition are
mandatory. Call 261-5160 or
visit www ameliaislandcy-
cling.com, www.sports.
groups.yahoo cori/group/srid-
ersorwwwnfbcus

Bowbgleagues
A senior league bowling is.
offered at 9:30 a.m. Wednes-
days at Nassau Bowling off -
-US 17 in Yulee. The group .
also meets forChristian .
leagueat 6 p.m. Thursdays.-

Beanumpire 'A"-
BaseballI and softbW;J :" '
umpires can join the fastest '
growing umpires association


in Northeast Florida, the River
.City tjmpires Association.
River City Umpires is currently
recruiting men and women
interested in officiating base-
ball and softball. If you live or
work in Baker, Bradford, Clay,
Duval, Putnam, St. Johns or
Nassau County, contact Terry
Padgett at (904) 879-6442 or
visrt www rivercityumps com,

Qwalegerbowling.
Nassau Challenger Bowl-
ing League for the physically
and mentally challenged"
'meets second Saturday from
3'-5 p m at rie'Nbdsau Bowl-
ihg Center i0 Yulee. Call Me-
linda Willaford at 261-3136.


PRO GOLF WEEKLY UPDATE

Golf News. Tips, Trivia ,& Stats '


I Wek. Pratri ed.wi in s TjiWTindh am e ai U'a i


The Bardclays is the first tournament of
the FedEx Cup Playbff. The Bardays
ha, hf- en a fi thr nn thp' Pf A T r


-........;.. ._ I since 1967. The inaugural event was
Defending: NickWatney won by Jack NMklaus when it. was
Wiring Score: 10-u ndef par. know as the Westchester, Classic.
Wkming Share ,&T 440 0(L
W.i"g Share: ,';44.0. J Nicddaus isone of five players to win this
event ontwo separate bccassions along with Seve Ballesteros Emrie EBs
and:Serio Garcia. The most frequent winner of the tournament is Vijay
Singh, who has won the eventfour times. The1e982 champion, Bob GCder,
holds'fie tournament record for this event.' Gilder fired a 21-under total of
261 to win the Wte over Peter Jacobsen and Tom Kite. ..


4


PGA Event The Barclays

Thu, 8/22.- 3pm-6pm
Fri,.8/23 3pm-6pm
Sat,. 8/24 : 3pm-6pm
Sun, 8/25 2pm-6pm


NLtwQrk
GOLF
GOLF
CBS
CBS


Vijay Singh has won 34 times on the
PGA Tour. How many of those wins f
came after he turned 40? ,


a) 5
b) 11


c) 18
d)22


Answered) VIay Singh has the record for most wins
after turning 40 with 22 wins. He took the record from
Sam Snead during the 2007 season.


SPatrick Reed birdied the second
extra hole to beat Jordan
',Spieth at Sedgefield Country
fuh ,PIn d \n tho tAAmdhory


Tournament Results
i 1. Patrick Reed
''i m Score- 4i wo n playoff
Puree $954,000


I t4iuU d jwutu j UIrdt u i yiiuindir )^H I
Championship for.'his firs. victory on 2 IJ6rd Spiet .
Scor* -14
the PGA Tour. Reed carded a dosing aPure: $572,400 ..
four-under-par 66 to tie with Spieth at "
14-under 266, two strokes'"ahead df Ta. B3aHan'Wan -.12 '$307,400
John Hui, wVho bogeyed thie final two .JohrH-1 '-12 110 i
holes, and Brian Hanman. "'haveal the momentum in the world coming off
a.in, playing like I have,' said Reed, whohas notfinished 10th orbetter
in his last three starts, I have nothing to lose." .:'


ia
'yS' .Europe won 'the Solheir. Cup*
in America on Sunday. Caroline
-. Hedwal became the first player
S in Solheim Cup history to win five
matches, and the final point was for more than
the 24-year-old Swede. She stuck herapproach
on the 435-yard -18th hole inside 4 feet for a
birdie that gave her a 1-up win over Michelle
Wie and assured Europe of keeping the Cup.
. The Americans have an 8-5 lead in the series,
though this is the first time they have lost back-
to-back in the S61heim Cup. The Solheim Cup
is tournament for professional women golfers
contested by teams representing Europe.and
the United States. It is the female equivalent of
the Ryder Cup.


\ Afairway wood shots one of the most difflkult to master because we really are not fae
I- with this situation that often. When we do have the opportunity to take a hack, getting
t,- -B' the ball up in the air is the key otbjective. The main problem we have is that we assume
1 that the shot should be performed lhe'same way as when we use a diwver off thetee.
~j Unfortuntately, this is not the case and disaster can result A couple of easy tips ould
S make your fabrway wood shot work a lot better. FisL move the ball back farther in your
stance than when you tee off. You want to make contact with the ball exactly at the bottom of your an,
so move the bal back slightly. The other main feature is to keep the dubhead low and long through the
hitting area. This alows you to drive the ball forward properly and a good shot can result


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Turned Professional: 2011
World Ranking: 64ft
2013 PGA Earnings: $1,927,999
PGA-TourWins: .I.'

S ThroughAug,'18,2013
HH 1) Tiger Woods
S3,059 pts. 7 top tens
2) Matt Kuchar
2,293 pts. / 7 top tens
3) Brandt Snedeker
2,218 pts. / 8,top tens

*4) Phil Mickelson
2,166pts. 6 top tens

5) Bill Haas
1,505 pts / 9top tens


FedEx Cup Standings continued.,.
P5aver i
6) silly Horschel 1A487
7) Justin Rose 1,447
8) Jordan Spieth 1,436
9) Henrik Stenson 1,426
10) Keegan Bradley 1,416


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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21.2013
NEWS-LEADER / FERNAND'INA BEACH. FL


Ft.:George Island


The Big Guy often grumbles
when I start talking about traveling.
My idea of travel is exotic locations
that involve long plane trips. He'
prefers the trips that involve our own
car and no overnightstays. So on a
recent sunny Sunday afternoon we
set out on one of our little mini-trips.
We traveled to another-island and'
found it fascinating and we were
home for supper. It met all his crite- -
ria. -
The island? Ft. George Island, an
Oyster's shell throw from Amelia
: Island. Traveling south, on AIA it.
Stakes about 30 minutes. We never',
:,got out of the car and felt like time
travelers as we drove along the 4.4-
mile rough road that leads visitors in
1 a circular route around the island. ,.
Acting as tour director, I shared the


Ill information learned
from studying the
ft history of the area.
: Did he know that
Ft. George was
Named for a fort
built by the English
in 1736 and later
Burned by the
FROM Spanish? He nod-
ded, absorbing.
TIHb Cl what 1 was sure was'
PORCH. new information.
Could he believe
that Native
Dickie Americans had'
Anderson lived on the island
Did as much as 5,000
years ago? Did he know that the
Ribault Club was named after Jean
Ribault, the Frenchman? Amelia


a perfect

Island's first of its notable flags was
French thanks to Ribault.
Once off busy AIA we slowed to
accommodate the narrow road. Our
first sighting? The Thompson Tabby
House on the left as we started the
circular drive around the island.
Following the signs to the Ribault
Club, we passed the beautiful little
Episcopal Church, St George.
Further along we sighted a sprawl .
ing porch-fronted house with a sign
proudly announcing its birth date of
1877. The house, The Nelmar
House, had been the winter home of
generations of families. A little fur-
ther down the road we spotted the
grand dame of the island, the Ribault
Club,- standing crystal white in the
Sunshine with its guardians enor-
mous ancient live oaks. Spanish


nearby getaway

moss blew in gentle breezes coming that worked on the plantation.
off the marsh. The Ribault Club, Our final miles were along the
once an exclusive resort, is now a exit road lined with ancient Sabal
visitor center with rental space avail- palms planted many years ago by
able for special functions. Behind the one of the plantation overseers. Soon
club, small boats; canoes and kayaks our brief mini-vacation was over and
can be launched on the tidal waters. I we popped back out on AIA and into
have fond memories of Segway tours the reality of traffic and back to our
with -EcoMotion, the company that busy world.
-offers a unique two-hour tour of the For information about Fort
island (reservations required). George Island Cultural State Park
We continued along the some- visit www.floridastateparks.org/fort-
times too narrow road and arrived at georgeisland. For more on the
Kingsley Plantation. In contrast to Segway tours, contact EcoMotion at
the rest of the overgrown island, a (904) 251-9477 or visit www.ecomo-
wide sprawling lawn leads to the tiontours.com.
plantation buildings at a distance. In hDickie Anderson welcomes your
contrast to the "big" house on the comments. Books are available at
edge of the Intracoastal Waterway local book andgift stores or online at
are the crumbling ring of small tabby wwwunu.dickieanderson.com.
houses that once housed the slaves dickieanderson@gmaiLcom


Rotaiycookout
Recently,some 80
members-of the.,
Fernandina Beach and .
Amelia Island Sunrise
Rotary clubs gathered at
'Chemn Cell for their annual
cookout Members enjoyed
good food and fellowship
along with music by the
Rotary Rooters -the.
Fernandina Beach Rotary
Club band comprised of
guitarist Dr. David Page,
keyboardist Bonnie Ridley,
bass player Wally Metser
and song leader Jim Hook
who led everyone in a
sing-a-long of Jimmy
SBuffett tunes.
Afterward, Fernandina
Beach Rotarian and
SDistrict 6970 Area Gov.
Trip Clark introduced
District Gov. Art
McQueen, who traveled to
Fernandina Beach from
Palm Coast to join in what
She called "a wonderful
Family of Rotary event."
McQueen said he was
especially pleased to be
asked to'-present;- !,' %-i;
Fernandina Beach Rotariy
Club members Janice
"O'Connell and her daugh-
ter, Dr. Jennifer Towles,
with their Paul Harris Plus
STwo Fellowships in recog-
,nition of each woman's
Scontribution.of more than
:$3,000 to the RotIary
'Foundation, top right. He
"then asked 'club
.'.Presidents Shannon
:Brown and Mark Dennis to
give a brief overvieww of
: each club's plans for the
:coming year, middle' right.
-: Brown spoke of the two
: inbound Youth Exchange
students-one. from
Croatia and the other from
Soufthi Korea whom .the
club will sponsor this
school year. She went on
to mention the many proj-
ects theclub has planned,
including the annual:
Dictionary Project, the
return of both the Harlem
Ambassadors basketball
game and Italian concert
pianist Francesco Attesti,
whose performance this
year will benefit the'
Nassau Humane Society.
-Dennis said that club
will continue its strong
commitment to the Council
on Aging Walk-a-thon and
will once again host its
International Wine and
Food Tasting to raise funds
for Wolfson Children's
, Hospital.
McQueen outlined -his
priorities for the district
this year. First, however,
he thanked both clubs for
their -commitment to
Rotary ideals and said his
primary job was to sup-
port the clubs 'in every way
possible. He said growing
Rotary membership, giving
generously to the
Foundation and continuing
support of Rotary's
PolioPlus campaign are
key commitments for the
district this year.
SMcQueen closed the
evening by presenting the
Fernandina Beach Rotary
Club's Service Above Self
Award to President Brown
in recognition of her tire-
less efforts on behalf of
the club and for stepping
up to serve as club presi-
dent for the second time in
just two years, below right.
PHOTOS BY MELANIE FERREIRA
FOR THE NEWS-LEADER


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. .. .- ... .. *.S U B M I' ')E D
Just like Papa
S, Fernandina Beach resident Tom Yankus finished as a finalist in his first attempt
at the 33rd annual Ernest Hemingway Days held in Key West. The international
event saw 125 men compete for the honor of being the face of "Papa" for one year
and representing the Ernest Hemingway Society. This organization annually raises
full scholarship money for students entering the field of nursing and English/cre-
ative writing. Stephen Terry of Palm Harbor won in his eighth attempt.
Yankus, 66, and a retired principal/college professor from Dahlonea, G'a., 1 ,
moved to .Fernandina Beach three years ago..He plans to competelagain. He is'pic-
tured at left along with friend and top 25 finalist Michael Groover of Savannah, Ga.,
'husband of celebrity chef Paula Deen.


SUBMITTED


Patientadvocates


Members of the -Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise were treated to a presentation
by Jim Tippins, senior chaplain at Baptist Medical Center Nassau, about the hospi-
tal's Patient Community Advocacy (PCA) Committee. The committee comprises for-
mer patients, their families, community volunteers, the BMCN Auxiliary and hospi-
tal- staff, all reporting to hospital President Stephen Lee. The committee exists to
create a culture of excellence based upon patient insight and works to identify
issues that impact a patient's experience during a hospital visit or stay. The Rotary
Club of Amelia Island Sunrise meets every Friday at 7:30 a.m. at the Fernandina
Beach Golf Club. Contact President Mark Dennis at mark@AlAwealthmanagement.
corn or go to www.ameliaislandrotary.com. Find them on Facebook
(www.facebook.com/ameliaislandrotary) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/airotary).


All aboutveggies
Linda Holmburg of Piney
Island is pictured with the
Tabasco pepper plant she
won at the recent
Landscape Matters class
on vegetable gardening.
Master Gardener volun-
teer Joseph Smith, left,
has taught the hands-on
class for three years and
enjoys sharing his knowl-
edge with homeowners.
For more information on
vegetable gardening, see
the "NE Florida Seasonal
Planting Guide" at
http://nassau.ifas.ufl.edu/
horticulture/landmatters/l
andmatters.html.
The next Landscape
Matters class is about
bulbs, on Sept. 11.
PHOTO BY GINNY GRUPE
FORTHENEWS-LEADER


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PAIN MANAGEMENT TALK

The Fernandina Beach Rotary Club recently -.
welcomed guest speaker Susan Pendergrass,
a family nurse practitioner who is board cer-
tified in pain assessment and management.
She explained that while acute pain usually
occurs with injury or short-term illness and
is often curable, chronic pain is typically
associated with ongoing diseases such as dia- .
betes, cancer or arthritis and can be incur-
able. Often, the best patients can hope for is.
to manage chronic pain. Pendergrass said it "
can affect every aspect of a person's life -.
diminishing appetite, causing sleeplessness
andimpacting functionality and quality of
life. She added that sufferers often experi-
ence severe depression because the pain is
not only physical, but psychological and spir-
itual. She emphasized that an important key
to managing pain is fir the patient to take
control of their management regimen and act B' '.: .
as their own advocate. She noted that while. ,.; '*
traditional forms of pain management such : ': -
as medication and physical therapy are still ,|
-the standard options, a holistic approach -.'< '
including acupuncture and biofeedback also > "
offers excellent results. Pendergrass said v;--,
chronic.pain management is a complex .'
issue, but the most important component is
Sto stay. ahead of the pain rather than to try :.-
and play catch up.
S' PHOTO BY MELANIE FERREIRA/FORTHENEWS-LEADER f'.:.' "


LITERARY

LEANINGS

Festival applications
SApplications by authors for
the Amelia Island Book ,
; Festivals Authors in Sihools
program (Friday, Feb. 21,
2014) will be accepted until
:Aug. 31. Go to www.amrneliais-
landbookfestiyal.com and'.
'download the 2014 Atithors in
-Sch66ls Apphication and follow
all directions. "
Applications for the.
Writers Workshops (Friday, ,.
:Feb..21,'2014) will be accepted
:until Aug. 31..Go6towwv. *-'.
"a meliaislandbookldestival.corn
:and download the 2014
.Writers Workshops Applica-
. .tion and follow all directions
S Authors accepted for
.Authors in Schools or the
'* Writers Workshops will have:.
.first option to purchase
'exhibitor space for Saturday. '
SFeb. 22 All other authors may-'
apply after October.
You will receive an email
once your application and
book has been proces-ed.
Author assignments %till be
chosen by Oct. 31. Authors .
accepted forAuthoi s i;; j ,
Sc,.i. ot orl i]i.llit',\,liiterl .i f, ii,'r
Workshops will be notified by
Nov. 1. ,, ,
SAuthors marketplace
The Local Author's Market
Place will be held Sept: 28 and
'29 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at StC
; Peter's Episcopal Church. 801
'. Atlantic Ave., Fernandin ,
S,' Beach; featuring more than 30'
authors, (including New York
STimes bestselling authors
S-Wendy Wax and Ken Burger),
:five workshops, children's
activities,.Sonny's BBQ and -
more. '
SAn author's luncheon is
:scheduled for'Sept 29 from
noon to 2 p.m. at Joe's 2nd
'Street Bistro (limited seating)...
STickets are now available.
SVisit www.1localauthorsmarket-.'
place.net for information or
'call 321-6180. .
iYoungwriters
S' The Nassau Youth Writers
;Program meets the third
:Tuesday of each month at
,Books Plus, 107 Centre St,
:Fernandina Beach.
For more information con-
tact nriassauyouthwriters .
@gmail.com.
FOLbookdub
The Friends of the Library
Book Club meets at 7 p.m. bon
Sthe second Thursday of every
month in the parlor room of
St., Peter's Episcopal Church,
801 Atlantic Ave., Fernandina
Beach, with moderators
Marilyn and Norman Wesley.
New members are always wel-
come.
September will feature
Tenth of December: Stories by
George Saunders: October, The
Reluctant'Fundamentalists by
Mohsim Hamid: November,;
Call it Slep by Henry Roth;
December, The Book of Salt by
Monique Truong, January, Let
the Great World Spin by
Colum McCann; and
February, Scorpions by Noah
Feldman.


HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS -

Farers maiets Java, .
: .Melanie represents Lulu's and she brings
S;Simply Savory GCourret Dips is introduc-_ a pimento cheese'spread that is delicious,
ihg award-winning and top-quality extra vir- but another favorite Lulu's delicacy is their
gin olive oils at the Amelia Farmers'Market. spicy crab cakes made with lump and'jumbo
This olive oil is grown frbm an olive estate crab meat You willfind very little filler in
located off the sandy, beaches ofhe ', these heartycakes, butlots of crab meat.
Southern Peloponnese outside of Sparta, 'Their recipe is a secret, but feel free to ask
Greece. The estate of 5,000 koroneiko trees Melanie for her fabulous -ooking tips When
is surrounded byorange tiees, which pro- -, you visit the Market Place. Lulu's atthe
vides a culinary opportunity to take advan- "Thompson House is located on South
tagebfthe coast's sandy soil and the orange, Seventh Street and every dish is/created-
trees to produce an olive oil with a unique using only the freshest, finestingredients.
delicate flavor The olive oils have won silver-: Another favorite consumedduringthe
"medals at the Los Angeles International market are the smoothies made byLucy and
Extra Virgin Olive Oil Competition as well as Tomni at Island Juice and Java. VincentMangp
medals at the International Fair of is a delicious blend of mango, pineapple,
Thessaloniki in 'Greece: banafa arid'guava juice blended with a
Market shoppers can enjoy samples of splash ofoiange juice and,al-natural'vanilla
Original Extra Virgin, Garlic, Blood Orange,- yogurt Strawberry Fields is just like Vincent
lemon, Black Truffle, and Greek olive oils. 'Mango, but substitute fresh, local strawber-
To assure the quality, theolive oils are all '- ries for the nmango Tom and Lucy select
Sold "on tap" in stainless steel fustis to pro- ,' local fruits from the Market Place vendors
tect the olive oil from direct sunlight, which such as the lemons they buy from Kings
can alter the taste and quality With over 25 Kountry Produce, also found a( the farmers'
herbal dips to sample in their wicker dip market on Saturday mornings, to make theih
chillers, just get your cup of pretzels and thirst quenching, fresh-squeezed lemonade.
taste the ones that catch your eye, from Relay for Life will be the featured nonprof-
French Onion Crab, Heavenly Horseradish, it booth answering your questions about
SPortabella &Artichoke. Sundried Tomato & their upcoming events. I
.Bacon, and Spinach Artichoke dips., Their' The market is open each and every :
most popular. the.Roasted Garlic & Herb, i Saturday. rain or shine, from a:m until 1'
perfect.in a sour cream/mayo mixture or p.m., on North Seventh Street on Amelia
added to.olive oil for a bread dip. Your '" i'.' Island Well-behliaved pets are welcqIme, too.
,:,!otaq.e veggie.. pr chipsirc great for dip Visit Fe i nandinaBeachMarketPlace.com, ,
-..i. r4,iir',opical D.ilr h l'iit whCOl,\Vhip .find thrm n rFacebook or call 557-8229,:
and cream cheese with fruit wedges Several. -
of the herbs areperfect for sauces oras a ,- Artsmarket .
dryrub.fot meat.. ': The Fernandina Beach Aits Market will
Also at the market Saturday will be Deep be open on Aug. 25 from 10 a.m. to'3 p.m.'at -
Roots lO0-percent all grass (forage) fed beef the corner of 14th and Lime streets, near the
including gourmet 100 percent ground beef, movie theater on Amelia'Island.'
tenderloins, rib-eye<,New York strips. sir- This new market offers arts and crafts as
loins, flank, butcher, blat iron, skirt arid :' well asfresh produce, bakedbreads, jams
chuck eye steaks, eye of round roasts, chuck. anrd sweet desserts. Stroll through awide -
roasts, beef bacon and more. Minorcan Datil variety of vendors including organic-dog .
SPepper will offer its mayos, mustards, mari- 'treats, nuts and seeds and hot and spicy bar-
Snades, relishes, vinegars and sauces, all fea- becue satices There are Appalachian knives,
turning the datil pepper. Enjoy double-crusted unique works of art, handmade jewelry, all- ,.
savory and sweet pies, scotch eggs and natural bath and body products, snow cones,
bangers by Pr6per Pie Company, and more. tie-dyed T-shiL'rts, decorative soaps, custom
Bonega by Liz Grenamyer isat the market clothing and'alterations, fashions for your
-every Saturday with gourmet entrees ready ,'pooch and fiesh lemonade, too. .
to heat and enjoyoat home as well as dips, The Arts Market is still new to the com-
crbstinis and selected desserts. Ehtrees munity nd more vefidors are needed. Check
change weekly and have included salmon it out on Sunday and see if what you offer is
cakes, chicken picata, pretzel crushed chick- already represented, if not, fill out the short
.en, poJlepta with sundried tomatoes and goat application on- ; .
cheese to side dishes'including'sautded kale, www.FernandinaBeachArtsMarket.com.
grilled mixed'vegetablesbroccoli souffl, 0- Organizers also are looking for local musi- .
roasted rosemary potatoes and more Also cians to show off their talent. For more infor-
at the market every Saturday is Winter Park nation, find the market on Facebook or call
Honey, with over 15 varieties of honey, from 557-8229. .
Florida Wildflower to the very popular Key .
Lime honey,'as well as Neal's Kettle Korn I awf games -
with popped before your eyes gourmet kettle Want to find out how to lawn bowl or play
korn and gluten-free South American grilled croquet? Join a ranger on the green.to learn
cheese arepas. Melons, berries, sweet corn,, aboutthese fun outdoor games on Aug.:24 at
fresh tomatoes, egglplant, beans and more : 2 p.m. at the Ribault Club on Forft'George
are all available at the market by Carter's, Island Cultural State Park. No reservations
who have been serving the community over are-neces'sary and the programs free. For
10 years with their fruits and vegetables., additional information contact the Talbot
Sign up for the E-Mail Newsletter at Islands Ranger Station at (904) 251-2320.
www.ameliafarmersmarketcom. Established Visit.www.floridastateparks.org.
in'2002, the nonprofit Amelia Farmers- 'S
Market is open every Saturday from,9 a.m.-l Beachcleanup
p.m. at the Shops of the Omni Amelia Island Beachkeepers Fernandina Beach, in part-
Plantation, with lots of easy access parking, nership with Nassau County Sierra Club and
No pets, please. Call 491-4872 or visit the city of Fernandina Beach, will hold a.
www.ameliafarmersmarketcom. beach cleanup at Main Beach onSept. 3.
**'* This event is open to thepublic. Bags and


Looking to try some of locals' favorite
,items at the Fernandina Beach Market Place
farmers' market? Every Saturday vendors
line North Seventh Street from 9 am. to 1
p.m. in downtown Fernandina Beach. Booth
after booth of tasty or natural products is on
display, tempting youwith the best of home-
grown, homemade and organic samples.
Locals shop regularly at the market and
quite a few items are showing up as stand-
out favorites..Two vendors organizers would
like to tell you more about this week include
local restaurant Lulu's and Island Juice and


gloves will.be provided. Meet at the Dolphin
Avenue parking lot at Main Beach at 9 am.
For more information contact Beachkeep
ersfernandinabeach@rocketmail.com.
Sea-level rise
As part of the City Resiliency Series,
Fernandina Beach is hosting a presentation,
"Sea-Level Rise and Fernandina Beach," by
Thomas Ruppert of Florida Sea Grant
Coastal Planning, on Sept. 5 at 7 p.m. at the
Peck Center, 516 South 10th St. This lecture
is open free and open to the public.


This beautiful cat's name
is Cherry. She is a gray and
white Domestic Longhair.
She 4 years old, has all her
boosters and a one-year
rabies vaccine. She is micro-
chipped and is negative for
feline diseases. Cherry is a
-very sweet kitty, looking for a
snuggling companion. The
only thing she needs now is
her new family. Please come
see her for yourself and you
will fall in love with her too.
Cherry said to bring a friend
because she has lots of
friends here that also need
homes. She can be found at
the Nassau County Animal


Services, 86078 license Road,
Yulee, 491-7440, Tuesday
through Friday from 11 a.m.
to 4 p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. to
3:30 p.m. and closed Sundays
and Mondays.


CATS ANGELS















Paris is quiet girl with a 2267 tomeet with an Adoption
very sweet personality who' Volunteer.
likes to observe the activities The Cats Angels Thrift
in the Cats Angels Adoption Store is stocked with furnii-
Center and spends the better 'ture, household items, decora-
part of the day sleeping in a tions, toys, jewelry, books-and
sunny spot. She has softgray more. We are located at 709 S.
andwhite fur and a pink nose. Eighth St and open Monday
Paris hascalled Cats Angels' through Saturday from 11
home since she was a kitten, a.m. til 5p.m. Also visit the
which was over 5 years ago. Cats Angels shop for unique
At her wellness checkup this items at Trailer Park
year she was diagnosed' with Collectibles, 702 Centre St.,
dentaldisease and Paris had a. which is open daily. Donations
full dental extraction. We are for the Thrift Store and cat
hoping Paris finds a home of care are always appreciated
,her own and given a chance to and graciously accepted dut-
.have a forever family to spoil ing business hours. We can,
herand love her. use paper towels, cat litter,
'Paris is also one of our' dry and canned cat food.
liness who qualify for the Recycle your aluminum cans
"Cheshire Cat" level in our inour parking lot bin.
Sponsorship.Program. You, Please don't contribute 0
can learn more about Cats the overpopulation of home-
Angels. Sponsorship Program. less'animals and have animals
by visiting our website at . in your care. spayed and ,.
vwww.catsangels corn. August .neutered& Cats Angels can
is Homeless Animals Month :, help you with lower-cost
and if you can take responsi- options. We can also help trap
ability for just one animal in feral cats Call 321-2267 or
need, what a difference it., visitor website for more ,
would make Visit our -. informatioB-,Spayand neuter
Adoption Center or call 321- the responsible solution.


NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY


Grotto is a handsome gen-
tleman with a beautiful per-,
sonalitr to match! We believe
he's an Argentine Dogo
(Dogo Argentino) mix;'and
he's one of the friendliest
dogs we've seen. He would
love to offer yon his paw and
be your best friend forever!
SHe was found as a stray by
pur local police, and he
jumped right into the police
ear because he loves to go for
rides. He needs to be in a
homewithout cats, but he
truly loves people and craves
affection. He walks veiy well
on his leash and likes to do
his business outside, so if he's
not alh:eady housetrained we
think he should be easy to
train. He's blue and white, and
has' a wonderful smile and
gorgeous brown eyes that
gaze at you with nothing but-
love! He's about 3 years old
and weighs about 75 pounds.
But he's not very tall and we
think he'd do fine as a house
dog. He gently accepts treats
and walks at your pace. We
think Grotto is truly an excep-
tional dog and if you come
meet him you'll understand
why!
Tilly is a really sweet cat
who needs a new person in
her life. Her owner passed


away, so she has come to stay
with us. You can look in her
eyes and see that she misses
her mom and that she nleeds
somebodyto love her! She's
very affectionatebut a bit shy,
because she doesn't under-
stand what has happened to
her. She's a Domestic Short
Hair mix, and about 4 years
old; She is quiet and gets ,
along With the other cats in
the cattery. She also has a
beautiful gray and brown coat
that's wonderful for petting,,
arid pretty green eyes. Those
eyes willlight-up if you'll take
Tilly home and give her plenty
of attention and affection, and
let her know that she's safe
and loved by a special person
or family again.
You can see pictures and
videos of our adoptable dogs
and cats at our website,
NassauHumaneSociety.com.
And you can meet them at our
adoption center at 671 Airport
Road now-open 6 days a
week! The hours are 11:30
a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 11
a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday and 11
a.m.-3 p.m. Sunday. Please
come on over, bring your fami-
ly and your other'pets, and
meet your new best friend!
You can call us at 321-1647 or
email adoptnhs@yahoo.com.


PET PROJECTS


WalkonWildSide
Cats Angels, Inc. SPCA presents a "Walk on
the Wild Side Safari" at the Catty Shack Ranch
Wildlife Sanctuary in Jacksonville. Your special
safari begins at 6 p.m. and lasts until 8:30 p.m.
on Saturday, Sept. 21. Enjoy a guided tour view-
ing residents of the sanctuary and experience
the night feeding of Siberian tigers, lions,
cougars, leopards and bobcats at the Catty
Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary in the "jun-
gles" of Jacksonville.
Ticket price is $23 and $13 for children


under 11. Complimentary dessert and bever-
age will be served. Tickets can be purchased at
Cats Angels Thrift Store, 709 S. Eighth St.,
open Monday through Saturday from 11 am.
until 3 p.m. Or call Jan at 583-2870. This special
fundraiser is tax deductible arid benefits Cats
Angels and Catty Shack. Learn more about
Catty Shack Ranch Wildlife Sanctuary at
www.cattyshack.org.
Cats Angels, Inc. SPCA is a 501(c)3 non-
profit organization. It receives no government
monies and relies solely on donations, grants
and fundraising to support its work. For more


information visit www.catsangels.com.

halen grant
The Chardoanay Foundation has
announced a $200,000 Challenge Grant in sup-
port of the Nassau Humane Society's Capital
Campaign to build a new 11,000-square-foot
animal shelter and adoption center. The
Challenge Grant will run through Oct 31,
matching donations made to the campaign.
Contributions will make double the impact: $1
turns into $2 and $1,000 turns into $2,000.


The new Nassau Humane Society shelter
will increase capacity for care of animals, meet-
ing modern animal rescue standards and best
practices. The homeless.animals will be in a
safe, warm and comfortable environment while
they are waiting on their forever home. Last fis-
cal year, Nassau Humane Society, a no-kill ani-
mal shelter, celebrated more than 500,adop-
tions. "
Donations and inquiries can be made online
at www.nassauhumanesociety.com; via
phone904-491-1511; or by mail to P.O. Box
16090, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035.


NASSAU COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES






WEDNESDAY.AUGUST 21.2013 11IX TOWN News-Leade'.


SPECIAl EVENTS

ACT comedy
Amelia Community Theatre
presents 'The 25th Annual
Putnam County Spelling Bee"
Aug. 22-24 and 28-31 at 8
p.m. and Aug. 25 at2 p.m., a
Tony Award-winning musical
comedy where six young peo-
ple, played by adults, compete
in a spelling bee and learn that
winning isn't everything and
losing doesn't make you a. '
'loser. (Note, this play contains
adult subject matter.)
Tickets are $20 adults and
S$10 students. To purchase call
:261-6749 or go online at.'
www.ameliacommunitythe-
Satre.org. Amelia Community
STheatre is located at 207
Cedar Street.
"Dinner& movie.
S The award-winning movie,
"TheHelp,"' will be featured .
SAug. 29 at Friends of the,
'. : Library'sp'Dinner'and a Movie
program to wrap uptihe
library's summer reading pro-
S gram.' .
S- 'The Help," based on the
". bestselling 2009 book by
S Kathryn Stockett, takes.place
S in Mississippi during the Civil
SRights era Over 100 adults
Swho registered for the program
have already' submitted 200-
;'plus book reviews. Each. book
S: reviewer earns one chance to
win a grand prize,'includiringan
::Apple iPad2, Kindle
:Paperwhite'Arld Fire,and $50
gift certificates from Publix:and
::- Amelia's Fine Jewelry. '
SWinners will be announced at,
::theAug. 29 event but need.not
Sbepreserint to win. Door prizes
Swill also be awarded, '
'; The program begins, at 6
p..m. at Cafe Kanbo on North
Third Street with a Southern-
: style meal of.fried chicken,
crashed potatoes, succotash
:. .-and dessert. Tickets are $25
::, .each and can be purchased at
-the library on Nqrth Fourth
SStreet until Aug. 26. ..

Party fortheY,
0' I 4 0 m,.. ,
OnAug 30from.5-8pm.
:'' Omni Hotels & Resorts Amelia
Island Plantation will hosta a


Boardwalk Bash to benefit the
McArthur Family YMCA, at
The Shops of Amelia Island
Plantation, 6800 First Coast
Hwy. The evening will offer
games and entertainment,
including a bounce house,
face painting, S.A.FE. archery
competitions, live music, raffle
prizes, carnival games, corn
hole, a hula hoop contest and
a complimentary outdoor
movie. A variety of refresh-
ments will be available from
popcorn to Sno cones and
more.
All proceeds will benefit the
McArthur Family Y's cam-.:
paign to raise money for
scholarships so children and
families may access its many
programs. Tickets can be pur-
chased,at the event for $1
each or $5 for a wristband
with unlimited bounce house.'
For advance,tickets visit the Y
orcall Nicole Brown at 261-
1080, ext. 109. Visit the- .
Calendar of Events at
www.firstcoastyrica.org/branc
h/mcarthur for information.
Radloplay .9
.Jo6.Landry's'The 39'
Steps: A Live Radip Play,"'
based on Hitchcock's classic
tale and performed as a
1940s-era radio play. opens at
the Femindina Little Theatre,
1014, Beech St., on Aug. 31
for only four performances.
This fast-paced thriller through
the signature .world of the
Master of Suspense features
Karen Antworth, Jeff
Goldberg, Amelia Hart, Jack .
Mulligan,.Frank O'Donnell,
Joe Parker, Annette Rawls-
.and Steve Rawls. ,.,
Performances are Aug. 31
and Sept. 6 and 7 at 7:30 p.m.
and Sept. 1' at 4:30 p.m.
Tickets are $8 and available in
advance at The UPS Store in
the island Publix shopping
center. FLT is a small, intimate
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PEOPLE&PLACES


Property Owners'Associ,
Inc. is sponsoring its seq
jazz series for 2013 featu
Akia Uwanda on Saturda
Sept. 7 from 4-7 p.m. at
Bumrney Park at historic
American Beach. Food v
available for purchase by
Dee's Catering. Bring yok
lawn chairs. The event is
but donations will be acc
for future jazz series con
To, learn more about Uwa
visit www.akiauwanda.ne
THIS WEEK

BingoThursdays
The public is invited tic
bingo every Thursday at
Legion, 626 S. Third St.,
Fernandina Beach, in the
large smoke-free meeting
Doors open at 5.30 p.m.
early bird games start at
p.m., with regular play be
ning promptly at 6:30 p.r
The bingo. session is i
games for $20, with mutll
.jackpots paid out.
For questions email
post54bingo@yahoo.cor
Proceeds support program
sponsored by the Americ
Legion.: .
JustFriends
The'Just Friends Sinm
Society meets once a mi
Sfor dinner. If you are sing
and over the age of 55,C
321-1116, to.join. It's free
register. .
Meditation group
The Amelia Insight sit
group (Sangha) meets e
Tuesday at the Dome HE
Center from 7:30 to 9:15
They start with a reading
discussion of a verity of r
Serial related to the practice
Philosophy of Insight
SMeditation and mindfuin
followed by a 45 minute'
(30 plus 15 minutes). An
interested in meditation
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Gerri's Comer of Comfort,
a nonprofit resource centerfor
nill be" women with cancer, answers
fMs. a. questions in a confidential set-
ur ting, provides support group
free, information, brochures, refer-
epted ence materials,. a lending
certs. library and more through :
inda, trained volunteers. It offers.
it. stylish head coverings, hair-
pieces, sleep caps, che.no w
bags with necessities and
comfort pillows free of charge.
'Open Monday-Friday from
0 play noon to 4 p.m. in Maxwell'HaNll
the at Memorial United Methodist
Church on North Sixth Street,
e -downtown Fernandina Beach.
ghall. Call 277-0099.
and
6:05 Ge" og g"
egin- Genealogy group meetings
n. are held at Yulee United ,
nine Methodist Church, 86003
tiple Christian Way, Yulee, the sec-
ond and fourth Thursday of
each month from 9-11 a.m.
Tm. New members are welcome.
ams. Call 225-5$381 orPaulette
can Murrin at 548-9752 for infor-.
.. mation. : \ '
'Nassau NAMI
gle Nassau NAMI (National
month Alliance on Mental Illness)
gle hosts advocacy meetings the
call : third Thursday of each month
to at 6 p.m. at the Northeast
Community Action Agency,
1303 Jasmine St., Suite 100,
Femandina Beach, freehand
tting 'open.to all. .. .
very Support groups for anyone
dealing with a mental health diagnosis
Sp.m. are Fridays at 11 a.m. at the
g and 'Council on Aging, 1367 South
mate- 18th St., led by psychiatric
a and nurses and free of charge.
Family support meetings,
ess, also free, are the fourth
sitting" '.Thursday at 7 p.m: forfarrmily
yone members/caretakeir of tfihose"
is with a mental health diagno-
irt of sis, at St. Peter's Episcopal
hore Church, 801 Atlantic Ave.
S Nassau NAMI provides
S emergency medications,
S emergency dental services,
referrals/support and toi-
. letries/shoes to individuals
L G with chronic mental illness. Tob
o N learn more or to volunteer,
SE L contact President Lisa Mohn
S S at 277-1886 or email Nassau
NAMIFiorida@gmail.com. ,
RC H Maritime Museum
ST I The Maritime Museum of.
E Amelia Island hosts a pro-
gram on a current topic every'
N E Friday at 6 p.m. The programs
R I A are jointly sponsored by the
ECT museum and Amelia
Research and Recovery, LLC,
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.that searches for and recov-
ers sunken treasure from
Spanish Galleons. The muse-
um is located at 1335 S.
Eighth St. No reservations are
needed. Call (904) 838-6688
or (904) 838-6619.
Freeyoga
In recognition for all that
teachers do, Y Yoga Inc. at
Gateway to Amelia, Suite
201 E, Is offering free classes
to all teachers through Aug.ust.
For information contact Liz
Kawecki at 415-9642. ,

Connected Warrior, a gen-
tle, peaceful, restorative yoga,
is offered every Tuesday at
7':rd nm. at a Vrna 7f8 .Q


Cook-off-.sta....day

The 4th Annual Great Southern Tale fom n9ai:. .
Cook-off is Aug. 23 and 24 at Main Beach. - seVeidor ROu1TeIIsirbec.e ad
Sanctioned by the Kansas Ci'tyBarbeque other '-.The V[.P g Pub (1 and
Society, more than 50 professional and back- older wioff. tahteand bar seatingm is,
yard teams wl compete fm-onie hi- co-6M ,shldewdaageviewfora
$ZG,000 in cash and prizes. Gates opena- %SS. 4 eieTmtga-ae Hrldware
p.m. Friday aid 10 am. Saturday ... -'- 4 Peoptooe.tesmtsi,2from
Enjoy live music and cheer on Yae notoo2p=m. cti-P easwristband for$10
I favorite team. The event.is..feand open o s-mie h benue a Jd Oteiyour
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fie ,, 101AantiqAve. V1paddmdU < w a is and lA,
shuttle MRl run from the Atfanft-eRemadon. .^atAM fia*bseto &
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Eighth St. This program is' gallery, 18 N. Second St.,
ongoing and free to military, Femandina Beach, 261-7020.,
veterans and their families. T,
For information email Learimmngseies
info@goyogaamelia.com. Family Support Services of:
.P, wo ho North Florida will focus on
ExceWOKSop Barnabas Center's expansion
A beginner Excel workshop plans at the Breakfast
will be held in August at the LearningSeries; Aug. 27at 9.
Council On Aging East a.m. FSS offers the free edu-
Nassau, 13671South 18th St., national program at its
Femanclina Bach, for people Nassau County office, 87001
interested in learning the Professional Way in Yulee.
basics of Excel or other corn- Networking and 'continental
puter topics. The class will be- breakfast begin at 8:30 a.m.;
taught by Jan 'Cote-Merow, program from 9 to 10:30 a1m.
Computer Coach, who has Register to attend at.
been teaching private and FSS.BLS.Nassa*u@fssnf org
group lessons on Amelia or 225-5347., :
island for the past 10 years, Guest speaker Wanda
The cost.of each session is a Lanier, executive director,
donation of $10 to Council on Barnabas Center, will discuss
Aging, a 501 .c3 not-for-profit '-the center's'futu're plans in
charity: Call Jan at 583-2870 distributing food in Nassau '
for dates and registration County; future role in deliver-.;
information. ing comprehensive and inte-..
-- -r'-- ''''_ grative health care; and ongo-
1 '.'.'UPPOt ing services, programs and
SDivorceCare is a 13-week satellite locations. .;
support group and seminar for The FSS -. Nassau Office
people experiencing separa- is located in the Lofton
tion and divorce. Each ses- 'Pr.ofessional Plaza, near the ,
,sionfeatures videotapes with -, I ilntersection of S.R. 200 and '
nationally recognized experts' i Christin, Way,'By tt'Lofton
on divorce and recovery top- Creek Animal Clinic.
ics and an opportunity for ;. Taseof r lt "
group discussion of the emo- as f the Oientc
tional and painful issues sur- 'TheVFW Ladies Auxiliary
rounding this topic. This is.a' Will host Taste of the Orient'
non-denominational group, Night on Aug. 30 at 5:30p.m.
open to all. A new group is Dinner willinclude lumpia,
forming and will start at 6:15 sweet and sour pork, pancit
p.m. today at Amelia Baptist .and garlic rice for an $8'dona-:
Church. Contact is Paul and tion. Karaoke with Big Doug -
Lori Rose, 491-3395. There is will follow. The.VFW is located-
also a dinner each at 96086 Wade's Place, under.
Wednesday at 5:30 p.m: and the Shave Bridge. All mem-
alltare welcome.' bers and guests are welcome.


Cub roundup
-", Cub Scouts of Amelia
Island is looking for boys in
Grades K-5 to Join Cub
Scouts. An information and
sign-up event .ill be held Aug..
22 at Southside Elementary'
School from 6:30-8 p.m.
Come and find out what Oub
Scouts is all about. Adult vol-
unteers are also welcome to
join; ,::
Beertasting
ABC- Fine Wines and
Spirits, 474574 SR 200; will
host a Craft Beer Tasting 6-8
p.m. Aug. 22.Enjoy 60-plus
craft beers, including many
local Florida brews. Taste.
Compare. Talk about your
favorites. Fee is $-10.and
includes a coupon to use.
before you leave and souvenir
beer glass to take home. Call
491-6192.
Rag retirement
American Legion Post 401
and the VFW 10095 of Hilliard
SFL will hold an American Flag
SRetirement & Celebration oh
Aug. 23 at 6 p.m. at the
Hilliard VFW, 37965
Eastwood Road, Hilliard. After
the proper disposal of the
American flag by the Cub
Scouts, VFW and American
Legion 401 enjoy a potluck
"Browsing/Appetizer Buffet,"
karaoke by Debi and Meat
Mania Bingo. Come out and
celebrate with local veterans
and Scouts.
Call (904) 710-8378, email
cwhilliard401 @ gmail.com or
call (904) 845-7139.
Classwedcome
Florida State College at
Jacksonville Betty P. Cook
Nassau Center in Yulee
invites new students and fami-
ly members to the center on
Aug. 24 from 10 a.m.-noon.
Familiarize yourself with the
center and find your class-
rooms. The fall term begins on
Monday, Aug. 26. Students


Proceeds will go to cancer aid.
and research. .
Catfishfest '
The 31st Annual Labor
Day Weekend Kingsland
Catfish Festival will be held :
Aug. 31 from 7 am.-6p.m.;
Sept. I from noon to 6 p.m.;
and Sept. 2 from 7 a.m.-6 "
p.m. in downtown Kingsland's
Historic Royal District along,
US 17 and Highway 40,
Georgia. For information con-
tact the Kingsland Welcome
Center at (912) 729-5999 or
Sarah@ VisitKingsland.com.
COMING iUP

Big gathering
Join Big Brothers Big
Sisters of Northeast Florida in:
an informal setting on Sept, 5
from 6-8 p.m. at Cafe Karibo,'
28 N. Third St., to find out how
you can make a difference in .
the life of a child. 1:
Visit with other Bigs,
already mentoring a child in
the program and find out what
a difference you can make
with youth in your own com-
munity. Being a Big Brother of
Big Sister doesn't mean being
a perfect role model, it means:
being yourself with a, new
friend.
Complimentary appetizers'
and beverages will be served.
RSVP to Rainey Crawford at
261-9500 or by email rcraw-
ford@bbbsnefl.o'rg
Budgetworkshops
The University of Florida
Extension Service and
Barnabas Center will present
Grocery Shopping on a
Budget from 10a.m.-1 p.m.
Sept. 6 at the Peck Center
reception room and Sept. 27
at the Callahan Fairgrounds
Multipurpose Room. Learn :
how to reduce your food costs
and eat nutritionally.
The workshop is free and
open to the public. Reserve
your spot. Contact Laura
Laroche at (904) 879-1019.


can also pick up class sched-
ules and student ID cards.
Light snacks will be available.
Call 548-4432 for directions.
Celebration picnic
Trinity United Methodist
Church will host its annual
Celebrate Jesus Picnic at 11 :
a.m. on Aug. 24 at the church.
on the comer of South Eighth
and Ash streets. The commu-
nity is invited to attend, partici-
pate in praise and worship as
well as enjoy food and fun.
Ranch event
Stay 'N Country Ranch,
96125 Blackrock Road, Yulee,
will host a free event to show-
case its facility on Aug. 24
from noon to 3 p.m. Enjoy the:
variop activities that take
place at the ranch as well as a2
bounce house, wagon rides, .3
face painting and a pettihg :
zoo. Call 322-9739 to RSVP. :
NEXT WEEK
Youth-Art
The Island Art Association
offers free Classes for kids
and their families, including:
1 Preschool art, ages 3-5
with an adult, Aug. 26 from
10-11 .a.m.
Children's Art, ages 6-9, "
Aug..,31 from 10-11 a.m. and
11:15a.m.-12:15p.m.;ages -
10-13 years from 1-2:15 p.m.
Susan Dahl of the Island
"Art Association leads the
c~lasses. Pra-reaister at the


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WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21.2013


To Place An Ad, Call (904) 261-3696. The Classified Ad Deadline for Wednesdays is 5:00 p.m. Monday and for Fridays is 5:00 p.m. Wednesday

100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204 Work Wanted 403 Fmandi-H.om.eProperty 606 Photo Equipment & Sales 619 Business Equipment 800 REAL ESTATE 813 Investment Property 858 Condlos-Unfurnmisrhed
101 Card of Thanks 205. Live-In Help 404 Money To Loan 607 Antiques-Collectibies 620 Coal-Wood-Fuel 801 Warned to Buy or Rent 814 West Nassau County 859 Homes-Furnished
102 Lost & Found .206 Child Care 500 FAP4M & ANIMAL 608 Produce 621 Garden/Lawn Equipment 802 Mobile Homes 815 KICngsland/St. Marys 860 Hriomes-Unfurnushed
103 in Memoriam 207 Business Opportunity 503 Equipment. 609 Appliances 622 P6its/Seads/Fertfizer 8P3 Mobile Home LOrs 816 Camden County 861 Vacation Rentals
104 Personals 300 EDUCATION 502. Livestodck & Supplies 610 -Air Condltionersf/Haters 623 Swap/Trade 804 Amelia Island Homes 817 Other Areas 862 Bed & Breakfast
105 Public Notice 301 Schools & Instruction 503 Pets/Supplies 611 Home Furnishings 624 Wanted to Buy 805 Beaches 850 RENTALS 863 Office
106 Happy Card 302 Dier/Ekerdse" "-'504 ServIces 612 Muscial Instruments 625 Free Items 806 Waterfront 851 Roommate Wanted 864 Commercnai/Retail
107 Special Occasion 303 Hobbies/Crafts _600 MERCHANDISE 613 Television-Radio-Sbreo 700 RECREATION 807 Condomimnimus 852 Mobile Homes 865 SWarenouse
108 Gift Snaps :' 305 Tutoring 7 601 Garage Sales 614 Jewelry/Watcnes 701 Boars & Trailers 808 Off [sland/Yulee 853 Mooile Home Lots 901 TRANSPORTATION
200 EMPLOYMENT .306 Lessons/Classes 602 Articles for Sale 615 Buiding Materials 702 Boat Supples/Dockage 809 Lots 854 Room '901 Autoamo.les
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201 Help Wanted 400 FINANCIAL 603 Miscellaneous 616 Storage/Warehouses 703 Sports Eqtapment Sales 810 Farms & Acreage 855 Apartments-Furnished 903 Vans
202 Sales-Business 401 Mortgage Bought/Sold 604 Bicycles 617 Machinery-Tools-Equip. 704 Recreation Vehicles 811 Commercial/Retail 856 Aparrmenis-Unfurn. 904 Miotorrcycles
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LOST FEMALE BULLDOG "Destin",
tan w/,whlte, spayed, very friendly,
approx 1.5 yrs old. Lost off Hendrlcks
Rd in-Nassaiville. She is missed very
. dearly. (904)583-0223, or 335-1414

If You Have Lost Your Pet please
check the Nassau Humane Society
facility' located at 671 Airport Rd. next
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informed that all dwellings
advertised are' available on an.
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It you beliece-that you may have
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Hotel. No phone calls please.

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resume to. (904)491-3173. ' "

GROWING CAR EEALERSHIP now
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skills required. Sales experience and
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Local bank" accepting applications for
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'excellent communication- skills and
.proven sales-experience. Must be able
to maximize new and existing relation-
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customer service expenence. Qualified
candidates call (904)564 8280.

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John at (904) 504-7926,1, ,


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stuff Deals galore -
MOVING SALE 965 Chad Street,
Sat 8/24/13 8am-2pm. Furniture,
houJsehold goods, women's- clothing,
etc '
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kid's, kitcnen, Little Tykes outdoor play
cube, & more:. -
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Chain saw (electric & gas), gas
trimmers, \shop tools,. socket set,
electronics; & much.more.
,CARPORT/YARD SALE.- Multi fami-
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men's 41X30 slacks & shorts, 2X shirts,
ladies ,- sz 24-32 tops: 8/. slacks 'CD
audio tapes $2. Princess & Tinkerbell
items, nanamade jewelry, paintings,
many more. items 25.$zl 97002
Diamond St.; 3 miles off Chester Sat,
8/24, 8am-4pm. (904j849-1178

MOVING SALE"! Downsizing: Please
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Fn 8/23 St cat. 8/24, 7am-rr. 3pm


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*3BR/2BA home on Lofton Creek
2,600 sq.ft., Dock, garage/workshop,
Large lot, gourmet kitchen, many other
bonus's $1,950/mo. Plus utilities.
-Ocean Park, 3BR/2BA Furnished with
I-car garage, available mrnonthly or long
term $2,200 with utiities included.

VACATION RENTAL
*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY
2BR/I BA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher.
Across the street from the beach. All
until, wi-fi,TV &'phone.
*3BR/3BA townhome in Sandpiper
Loop$ 1850/wk plus taxes8deaning fee.

COMMERCIAL
*Five .Points Village, 1,200 sq. ft, AIA/S.
8th St. exposure -- Great for retail,
services, or officeS 1200/mo.+ sales tax.
S850688 US HWY 17,1,210 sq.ft- build-
ing with 3.8 acres of fenced property,
formerly a Nursery with some out-
Sbuilding and a green house still on
property
*Two 800sf Office/Retail spaces, can be:
joined for one, 1,600 sq ft space, AIA
next to Peacock Electric.$12/sq. ft-:+
CAM&Tax "
'-Amelia Park -.Unit B small office (2
rooms) with baLh.576sq.fSlO$105Q/mo
' + sales tax. :
*1839 S. 8th St adjacete to--lHuddle
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tax Sale also considered.
r'

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Awesome view ofEgan'sCrek&FPort(Cin Csch 'i a i _l Bn. uone ;BRi2BA Ni.. .BRP2B O.:cnm Ver,. a..rc c'ter-I.a
StPr. Sin _. -eh -e ba xacrid; atrLJIC a..3 v-LUo I}'Ji
St Park. Single family estate lot adjacent to I dora. .el buat rcu m ls, r,,.1 fco
historic landmark Amehi a Island Lighthousd. Cirxe Io me Bead, MA. [>o- t',,.. 4j".' iJi cc; c.icrc' the 't-er, sA, .c ,-n h.:e frc I
370+/-fI on Navigable side of Egan's Creek C--',g'e 12:0 II q ft He.,ieLC.ole.d eiulml' Sru..c, eicno. ',.le enru
and is one of the highest elevations on the east f ,- ,. ld -nopeled .lel etr, ,.YIn 1. ,':I
oasi. lot are otherifeatures of this home:
$'99Sa00MLS# 37069 on, naye .eaona t omn'.: esa


84016 ST. PAUL BLVD
in Lofton Oaks on large 'comer lot with
feiced in back yard. There is additional park-
ing in the back yaid' with parking pad and
gated access to rear yard. Master bedroom
has oversized walk-in shower and a large
walk-in closet.
$137,500 MLS#59700


SOUTH FLETCHER AVENUE
Pristine -75' Oceanfront lot on Amelia Island.
Your chance to own one of the few remaining
Oceanfront lots available on Amelia Island.
Buy now for either investment or to build;
$525,000 MLS#56671


85500 AVANT ROAD CUSTOMIZED 3BR/2BA;
Trily unique home build over Lofton Creek, split eiroaOm. Custom built-in dhlvmg grande corn-
At high tide you can .fish from the front or lOts-G Mgeilshetd&cold.'lcadoathshMh
back porch. There is also a. private boat aid oAmel island. hoin aGoIltside sahwih a
ramnp...Hisbennman's delight!. i. lm p gas oalf
$220,000 MLS#59259 $469,900 MLS#59070


RACHAEL AVENUE 75'xlOO' lot $130,000O
LARGE LOT in the county, on marsh/tidal creek. Owner willing to
finance. $129,000 MLS#59299
SCOONER LANDING is centrally located on the Island. close to
the beach, and shopping, this is for lot 20 & 21 together, 85'xIOO'.
$95,000 MI-SK5195
CENTRALLY LOCATED on the island, Half Acre corer lot in
River Oaks Subdivision, just over the bridge and down the Amelia
Land Parkway. $79,500 MLS#57083
2.66 ACRE LOT in Nassauville, undeveloped and ready to build.
Deeded Access to Rainbow Acres Boat Ramp and short distance
from new county boat ramp. $149,000 MLS #57615


2801 ELIZABETH ST.
Great Ocean View Duplex, 3BR/2BA
Upstairs & .has open concept with the
kitchen, dining, and living room all togeth-
er. 2BR/IBA downstairs. Long term rental
only. Popular north end location.
$350,000 MLSN160542


Wel-bitk ADA accesNible building on a 3.8 acr e lot.
Comnnercial Intensive Zoning Allows operation t of
most business. Lasting is for buailding and land
cnly, some of fe lequipmaat and imnventory may be
p5chased.
$375,000 MLSR58403


PIRATES POINT ROAD in Pirates Woods, .82 acre lot, commu-
nity has pool, clubhouse, boat ramp and dock $69.000 MLS#58629
AWESOME VIEW of Egan's Creek & FL Clinch State Park. sin-
gle family estate lot adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island
Lighthouse. 370+/- ft. on navigable Egans Creek. One of the high-
est elevations on the east coast. Possible oceanview and/or view of
downtown Femandina Beach. 'Treeltop/boundary survey on file
$995.000 MLS#37069
Ocean front 75 ft lot $435,000 MLS 56671
DESIRABLE 1 ACRE Lot on the South End of the lslatd,
Beautiful trees and Estate sized lot make this a difficult to find prop-
erty on Amelia. S250.000 for the Acre, or the comer 1/2 acre for
$139.000 and the inside 1/2 for S124,900.


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VILLAGE LANE 2BR
2BA duplex on island. Close to


sqg. I car garage. $1l,075/mo.
Available 8/23/13.

HIBISCUS COURT 3BR/ 2.5
BA Condo at Amelia Green.
1,800 ft. Screened patio. 1-car
garage. $1,395/mo. Available
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MOVING '70s Italian Provincial
Dining Room Set: china cabinet,
credenza, server, table, 6 chairs.
Wrought Iron Patio Set: table &
chairs, 2 rockers, chair, settee. Make
offer. Call (404)403-0.786.

4 TIRES & RIMS for Chevrolet S10
pick-up truck. Very good condition.
$100. (904)477-4696


I 607 Antue
I& CoIectdbles
FINE EARLY AMERICAN ANTIQUES
Must sell. Leave message for
appointment at (904)866-6798.


609 Appliances
ELECTRIC WATER HEATER A. 0.
Smith Pro-Max, 20 gallons, 120 volts,
Model #EJCT 20-200. $200. Call
between lOah'n-lpm (904)491-6082. .


1612 Musical Instruments
FOR SALE Vose & Sons mahogany
finish 5 ft. BABY GRAND PIANO
with bench. Restrung & refinished
in 1995. Beautiful sound. Sacrifice.
'at $5,000. To play,'call (904)753-
3643.


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paper &8, Tojl; toolS, racking, servers.
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to hear the surf but r.ul have the
spray. Unit must ri seen' to be
appreciated. Call 261-62i7' for an
appointment. '.


POST OAK APTS
row acC'ptinq appli:aiorns (904)
277-781'. Affordable living located
at 996 Citrona Dr., Femandlna
Beach. FL Rent starts at $572 per
month Central A.C L & 2 bedroom
apts avail. TDD Hearing Impaired
number #711 "This Institution Is an
equal opportunity provider ana em-
plofer. Equal hlOusing Opportunity '


48R/3BA/GARAGE Flora Parke,
water side, split floor plan + bonus
room. Upgrades. $235,000. Call (706)
627-3003.


FOR SALE BY OWNER 1.5 acre lot,
Lotion Creek area. $60,000. Owner
will finance. Call (717) 507-7866.



i10 Farm&

200 ACRE
LAND BARGAIN
200 acres in prime location only 20
minutes from downtown Jacksonville.
Loaded with TIMBER, this property Is
riced to sell at only $599,900. Call
rian at (904)583-9922.








3BR/2BA Fenced yard, on Harts Rd.
$850/mo. Call (904)225-2587.

AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your
RV to live on a campground for $425/
mo. All utilities included. Ask about
senior citizen special. 1904)225-5517.


EFFICIENCY TRAILER for rent in
Yulee $150/wk + $600 sec. depl.
;Includes electricity. Call Keith
(904)548-8037. .


3/2 SWMH 75641 Johnson Lake Rd.,;
Yulee. $775/mo + $775 dep & utils.
Call (904)360-9136 or (478)363-1066.


.ON ISLAND 3/2 SWMH In park
startrg 1185 wk/$750 mo + dep.. Utils
avail Off Island N'ville 3/21 SWMH,
CH&A, $750 mo + dep. 261.5034


*RV RENTALS .AVAILABLE in a
campground. Weekly or monthly. All
utilities' & WiFi Included. (904)225-
5577.


3BR/2BA off of Harts Rd. $900/mo.
+ $900 deposit. Available 9/1/13. Palm
III Rentals (904)321-0457.,


YULEE Nice SW $750. rental
available. Water inc. Small dog or
service animals only. Call (904)501-
5999. Possible rent to own.. .
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OPPOMTUI"Y


WELL BUILT. ADI)A ACCESSIBLE BUILDING on a 3.8 acrePRIME FRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north ofAlA.
lot located on Highway 17 just 'south of ALA. Commercial Hih development area in the bean of Yuilee. S295,000(
Intensive Zoning allows operation of most businesses. Listing is P fo -a 1 s .....Bin. n, i
for building and land only, some of the equipment and inventory Pls for an .00 P"" Of on file
may be purchased. Owners will also consider a long term lease 64 ACRES along Amelia Island Parkway for a Master
for building and land. $375.000 MLS#58403 Planned Development
YULEE MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your
own self storage facility and/or add new retail/office. 570" on t
U.S. 17, total 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres.


countryside Apartments

1 &2 Bedroom Units.,.


|f Tues, Thurs & Fri 8am 5 pm
1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach

(904) 277-2103 TDD 1-800-955-8771
This insliluliqon is an Equal Opportunity provider and employer


B.e.r Walk 2 Units Available
1250 sq.ft.
BARER_ Each unit different floor
BARBER Joe'$RSH plan starting at $1000
SHOP Produce & Del; month with year lease.

FOR LtEASE iAI, OLI We pay garbage, sewer
9"4271-342& water, and outside
maintenance.
rCall for more information
SEast State Road 20 277-3942


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B56 Apartments
Unfurnished
AMERICAN BEACH across from the
beach. 2BR, downstairs, 1300 sq. ft.,
remodeled. $1350/mo. + electric.
(904)310-6502
SMALL STUDIO APARTMENT
Utilities included. $500SO/mo. + $500.
security deposit. Service animals only.
No smoking. Call (904)583-3811.



MADDOX RENTALS (904)261-9129
Long Term Rentals Available
Amelia Island Plantation Club Villas
2BR/2BA. Furnished.
Starting at $1400/mo.



2BR/2BA CONDO on the beach.
$1250/mo. Background check required.
Call Mon-Fri. 9am-Spmn (904)261-
7433.



2BR/1BA fenced -backyard, back
patio with brick BBQ pit, large work
shop. (904)491-5282

VISITwww.chaplinwilliamsrentals.
corn for the most recent Information
on Long Term Rentals. Updated Daily.
Chaplin Williams Rentals, The Area's
Premier Rental Company


NEARLY CLASSIFIED











UNF. HOUSE FOR RENT'- 3BR/2BA. 2
blocks from beach on Atlantic Ave.
Ready to move In, in Sept. $1400/mo.,
+ dep. Call Rob'Wrenn (904)415-0637.
YULEE 3BR/2BA, 2 car garage, with
fenced in rear backyard. Great loca-
tion: Close to 1-95, beaches, and Amel-
ia Island. $1,250. Powell Management
Group. Call (904)329-9070 .

MADDOX RENTALS (904)261-9129
Long Term Rentals 'Available
Spanish Oaks Circle
3BR/2BA, unfurnished, $1500/mo.
Arrigo Blvd. 1,
3BR/2BA w/office, unf., $1500/mo.




OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/ IBA
Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,.
Realtor, for special rates.
VACATION CHALET in N. Carolina:
Mountains. River overlook, cozy, well
furnished,. majestic views; Peaceful.
$550 a week. Call (904)757-5416.



BEAUTIFUL GATEWAY TO AMELIA
Office Space'- All utilities, CAM, & tax
'Included.' 2''rooms, 370sf. ,$695. Call
(904)753-0117.

EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES Office
spacefrom 100 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq. ft.
Includes utilities,, Intemrnet, common
area., i .eitonlst,,, ,-,fergntce,,,to*orm,
ur_ .l room, & security. -For -info- call
(904)753-4179. ..



2 OFFICE/RETAIL UNITS (1) 300sf
w/common area. (1) 700sf w/private
entrance. Pleasep call Karen at (904)
610-2826 ormoorekal7@aol.com/




901 Automobiles -
1999 SATURN SL2 SEDAN 60,000
miles, great condition: Sunroof, power
everything. $2,500/OBO. Call (904)
261-6340.


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