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PHOTOS, 3A



2 adults,



5 kids



Rescued



off boat

A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter.crew and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission boat crew rescuedtwo adults and five children after the fishing boat the family was aboard became disabled off Amelia Island on Saturday.
Rescued were Keith Geiger' of Darien, Ga., Geiger's brother-in-law, James Lee, also of Darien, Ga., and Lee's fivechildren, ages 15, 14, 1, 9 and 2 years old. Rough weather and the location of fishing equipment on board'the58-foot trawler initially made S'helicopter hoist operations too dangerous to conduct, and shoal water Ind breaking surf made it too daingerous for response boats to come alongside, rescuers said.
The boaters notified the Coast Guard at 2:45 p.m. that their vessel became disabled, the anchor was not holding and'they were rapidly drifting to shore.
A Coast Guard boat crew from Station Mayport in Atlantic Beach and a Nassau. County Marine Unit boat crew respond' ed and remained nearby throughout the evening to monitor the situation. Later in the day a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission boat crew was able to come alongside the trawler to remove the four youngest children and transfer them to the CoastGuard boat Immediately after the four children were removed from the trawler, a Coast Guard helicopter crew from Air Station Savannah, Ga., hoisted. Geiger, Lee and the 15-year-old boy and took them to Fernandina Beach Municipal Airport The familyvas later reunited at Coast Guard Sector Jacksonville in PHOTOS BYANGELA DAUGInTRY/NEWS-LEADER Atlantic Beach. i$ 4s is nthetid ice rinkat tie dow iwateifr onttop, for a Clihmas event sponsored by NACDAC an4 te city of There were no injuries reported.
'F.4 Beach, which also included perform diesarts aiid craft sales, food vendors, marshmallow roasting andi ol pirates. Riley, The vessel remained at anchor, and
$haignon and Cheri Coen show off their Christma spirit with colorful elf pajamas Friday, above right. A crowd enjoys the Christmas tree Lee said he intended to recover it Lighting Saturday in spite of chilly winds coming off the th elia River. Sunday.





county emergency manager departs St.Johrs

MARY MAGUIRE ment since March 2012, moving positiontby the end of the year. The The-county-is currently posting. Fe y Closed
News-Leader up to the.interim post from the posi- starting salary for the position is two positions off'its website for full. tion of emergency preparedness plan- $51,701, time employment in the building The St. Johns River Ferry closed
2 here is a new interim director ner. The county has two other jobs to departaflent; including the top job of for mandatory inspection and mainathi! Nassau County's Emergency County officials say they hope fill, but they are existing jobs, not new building official and building inspec- tenance Sunday and will reopen in
MVianagement Department. to fill the job by the end of the onese c h t tor1. three to four weeks. The inspection
Iraci Masau, 30, took .over the year. The county hasn't expanded staff Strtii for the building and maintenance is periodically
sitif earlier.this month, replacing They've already posted and closed in years. In fact, there have been years official is. required by the U.S. Coast Guard and tsutgoing director Dainy Hinson, who the job listing, receiving 20 applica- of budget tightening and layoffs. Starting a y for the building requires the ferry to be dry-docked left his jobwith the county to work on tions from people living as close as Despite a growing population and inspector is$,866. during the maintenance period. the National Flood Insurance Jacksonville and as far as Texas, increasing demands on infrastruc- Applications are being accepted The St. Johns River Ferry connects Program for the state's emergency according to a manager in human ture, the county board refuses to raise online at www.nassaucountyfLcom A1A across the St. Johns River from management division. resources, property taxes. There has not been an through today. Mayport to Ft. George Island in Duval
Masau has worked in the depart- County officials hope to fill the increase for six years. mmagure@ bnewsleader.com County












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*OBITUARIES
N. Yvonne Bunn and one daughter. Coastline Railroad. They later was recently recognized and Margaret Parks Schu provided her with many life-long
N. YVO BU He was a graduate of moved to Jacksonvillewhile her honored as their oldest memr- friendships. Marie was also
N. Yvonne Bunn, 83, of University of Florida 1958, Civil husband pioneered the cable ber. She was an avid reader and Margaret Parks Schu, age instrumental in founding the St. Fernandina Beach, FL, former- Engineering. As an Army vet- television rollout in North enjoyed theater and luncheons. 77, of Fernandina Beach, FL Michael's thrift shop, which ly of Eatn, OH, died Thursday, eran, his service during the Florida. While installing equip- She was a joy to all who passed away Sunday evening, eventually turned into New To November 21, 2013 in Jackson- Korean War included time in ment at Amelia by the Sea, the knew her. With her smiling November 24, 2013 at Acosta You, a branch of Barnabas, the ville; FL the Arctic, building strategic Palmisano's decided to come to face, sense of humor, and posi- Rua Center for-Caring. interdenominational social servBorn on January 26,1930 in runways and roads, on the Amelia Island. In the mid 1970s tive attitude she lived her life Mrs. Schu was born on icesagency.
Jamboree, KY, she was the North Pole ice. Dick King they made the shore of with grace, dignity and com- February 8, 1936 in Fitzgerald Mrs. Sloan leaves behind,
daughter of began his professional career Fernandina Beach their home. passion. She will be greatly GA, the daughter of the late one sister, Marie Therese Olmi, the late Julius as a county road engineer in In the early 1980s, Mrs. missed by her family and many Murray and Sadie Louise Parks. Rimini, Italy, a niece, Graziella & Bertha Alachua county, Florida. He Palmisano purchased a paint friends She was a graduate of Fitzgerald Olmi, Rimini, Italy, her longtime
(Dotson) soon accepted an opportunity business located in a portion of Services and burial willtake High School, Class of 1954, and caregivers and friends, Patrick
Daugherty. for a promotion as the County Askins Grocery Building on place in Pittsburgh. Condlolen- went on to receive her Bach- and Suzy Sabadie, Amelia Mrs. Bunn Road 'Engineer ip Nassau Ash Street Over the next few ces may be left at sperlingfu- elor's Degree at Mercer Island, FL qd mahy deal
was a kinder- County, where he worked until years, the Paimisanofamily pur- neral.com. There will be a University in Macon, GA, and friends.that she hascome to g a r t. e n his health forced him to retire. chased the entire building and memorial Mass atSt Michael's her Master's Degree at covet through her years on
teacher for- A deeply religious man of branched out into hardware, RomanCatholic Church at cor- Louisiana State University in Amelia Island.,
theTrotwood School System. enormous Christian faith, Mr. wallpaper and other homeown- ner of N. 4th & Broome, on Baton Rouge, LA, all in Social The Mass of Christian Burial She was preceded in death FKing was an ordained Deacon er needs. Amnelia Island Paint Wednesday December 11, 2013 Sciences. Mrs. Schu worked as willbe'elebrated at 11.00 am on by her Husband: Clarence E. who spent time as a mission- and Hardware continued to run at 1f am. Immediately following aSocialWorker for Georgia and Friday, December 6, 2013 at 'St. Bunn in 2004; Brothers: Julius ary, shaking his love of the Lord under her direction until her the Mass, friends areinvitedto6 florida for many years, retiri ng -Michael Catholic Church with Daugherty, Jr. and Jimmie W. in Korea..He also proudlymar- son purchased the'business in. adelebration of her life coffee in in 2001. She has been a regi- Reverend Jose Kaliukalum,, Daugherty; and Step-Son: ntied his two sons and daughter. 2001. Mr. Palmisano passed the church's parish hall at the dent of Frnadina each fr Celebrant. SClarence R. Bunn, Jr. Dick and Jesslyn spent their away in 2003 Mrs. Pamisano corner of N. 4th & Calhoun. over 40 yeas. She loved the Mrs. Sloan will be enombed
She is survived by daugh- retirementyears inWaynesville, remained active in the family Donations in her memory beach, auto racing, and was with her husband in Oaklawn ters & sons-in-law: sa& Billy NC, going to auctions to fur- business until herhealthbegan may be made to the Nassau very active in the communil. Cemetery Maisoleum, Robertson, Fernaindina Beach, nish their antique store, and to decline. Coucil on Aging, Friends of Mrs. Schu was a member of St. Jacksonville, FL
FL, Mary Ann Christian and Bill finally, back to Jacksonville, to Sheenjoyed Bidgewith the the Library or St.Michael's Michael's Catholic Church in Viitation will take place onMester, Charlotte;NC;2 grand- be close to their family. There ladies nd junkets to Biloxi, Las Roman Catholi Church. Fernandina Beach. Thursday from 5:00,7:00 pp m children and 4 great-grandchil- they proudly attended the foot- Vegas and Tunica. Along with her parents, Mrs. thBurgess Chapel of Oxleydren; and stepdaughter Margie ballgames, baseball games, soc- 'In addition to her husband, 'CO. Carenl A Rossi Schuwas prj* ededn deathby Hear Funeral Home.-The.Vil leEaton, OH. cer games,' ,and volleyball she is ~ecedd in death by her "her husband Herbert Schu, in for the Deceased will be e
oFuneral Serviceswere held matches, oftheir grandchildren, two brothers, Bill and Harry CoL CarmeoA. Rossi, U.S. 2005 and a sister, Bunny Ains, at 6:0 pm :. SonTtiesday, November 26,2013 and enjoyed many a Friday Death.,, Army, Ret., age 100 of in 1994. If. sdesired,.memorialcon. atBarnes ,Funeral Home,,B Eaton, night dinner, with his family. M s. Palmisano leaves Fernandina Beach, FL passed She leaves behind her sis- tributonsmay bemade to St. OH, wIth interment inMound Our Peepaw was larger than behind, her daughter, Wendy P away Saturday morning, ter, NoraE Faye Castille (Harold) Michael's Expansion Fund, c/ Hill Coemetery in Eaton." life, full of fun, and adored and Isbel (Mike), San Afitonio, TX, November 30, 3013 at the of Middleburg, FL; her broth- St. Michael Catholic Church,
Memorial Contributions loved by everyone, including her son, Andy Palmisano Acosta Rua Center- for Caring ers, Murr Parks (Martha 505BroomeStret, Fernandina may be made to Gideofis the nursing staff at Southlake '(Laura), Fernandina Beach, FL; in Jacksonville.,. Ann) o Newnan, GA, 'and ,Beach, FL 32034 or to
International, P.O. Box 140800, Nursing Home, who remarked, five' grandhildren, Tracy Mr. Rossi was. born on Williamh Parks (Janice) of Wounded Warriors Project, Nashville, TN 37214-0800 or a that he was "special." He was VanSiegman (Chris), Laura March 11i 191 in Pittsburg, Waycross, GA. Her special 4899 Belfort Road, Jacksonville, Charity of your choice. "Honey" to his Jesslyn, Dad to Walker (Tom), Joanna Walker PA, the third of four children 'fienfids, Chuck Chaplin G rge FL 32256..
SCdndolencesmaybesentto' his kids, Mr. King to the many (Joe), Libby Preast (Dan).Drew born to the late Giuseppe and "Corky". Chaplin (Shetrrty), Please share her life story, the family via the Web site at youth he served at FirstBaptist' Palmisano (Jessica),Dine great- CherubinaRoissi. He graduat-'. Gerald Howell and Janie at www.bxleyheard.com. Swww.barnesfuneralhome.com. Church of Fernandina, and grandchildren, Sarah, 'Ella "ed from'Westinghouse High Thomas, all of Fernandina OxIdyeardFuneralDireibr
BarnesFuner qlHore 'Santa Claus at-Christmas, his ,,Cody, Lillie,, Bailey,:Jackson, School in' Beach.Nuiie ousother friends,
Eatorn Ohio favorite timeof th year. Bady, ev, Cecilia ai d~ evral : tsburgA. nieces nd nephews. ona Jean Wi stt
He was our "Peep," andi eces ad a nephews. in 1933and in Funeral services will be held'. J n l e.
taught us all a lotaboutlife). W" Funeral servi es 'will be at .. '1934, Mr.. at 10:00 .am on Monday, Mrs Donna JeanWisl
Notre IvL. love you Peep, and yo1 ~- be :,11:00 am o i Saturday, Rossi enlisted December 9, 2013 at age 77 of Fernqndina Bach
Norene M. CarrofSt Paul, missed. December 7, :2013 in' the as aPrivate in, Jacksonville National Cemetery passed away onWdned
Minesota, passed away on Dick King as~pi~e d in Burgess Chapel df Oxley-Heard the United with Deacon Art Treadwell offi afternoon November27,2013
SNovember 28, 2013. She was 9 death by his infant s'n, Ricky, with her son in law Mike Isbell, Ste Army. ciating. She will be laid to rest at her home.
N. d r~h, Born i o
yearsold. his beloved ife, Jesslyn and offici ting While on besideherhusband, Herbu aSchu, Born in Monclo, WV, lie
She was his brothers, Jack and Bill. He -Mrs. Palmisano will be laid leave Mr. Rossimet beautiful followingthe service. If so wa the oldest of si chiden
preceded in 'is survived by his' sons Ron to rest besideJier husband n young ldby the name ofBetty desired, memorials may be and, thie only daughte born to death by her (Susi) and Gary (Barbara), Bosque Bello Cemetery Shicrtandthe couple would made in her name to thelate,BernardandMaryJae
husb an d, daughter Angeyn "Kay Kay"r' Her family will receive wed. the following yea, on Cmmunijty Hospice of Hatfield Caldwell In teiid
Henry Ford (Dave), twelve grandchildren, friends onFridayfrm 5:00-7:00 January24,49411nWa hingtn, -Northeast Florida, 4266 1950s hile
Carr,.and is and eleven -andchildren. pm at the funeral home. PA. While serving irithe Army Sunbeam Rd., Jacksonvlle, FL word for
survived by Interent Was held' on In lieu of flowers, memorial he attended several 32257'orhe American Cancer the FBI
uvher 5 chil- Tuesday',- December 3 in contributions may be made to Managemet, Industrial Society, 4070 Boulevard Center Washington,
dren, Daniel, Jacksonville Veteran' Cat Angels, 709 South th Training ad Comman4 Dr., Suite 201,JacksonvilleL C e et
Mary, Dianne, Jennifer, and Cemetery 4083 Lannie Rd., Street, Fernandina Beach, FL Managiemnt courses over a,35 2207-4791 Jae Ray
Steven, all of Minnesota, and Jacksonville FL 32216. 32034 or to Geri's Corner of year career earning the pbsi Pleae share her life story Win e t
Sheer former son-in-law and long-, Hardage-GiddensFuwneralHome ':'Comforf, 6 1 Centre .Street, tion of Full Colonel. Col, Rossi and. leave condolences at whom she time friend, David Hagel, and o fMandarin.fcksoville Fernandria leach, FL 32034. participated iitheA c fic www.xleyheard.com. would iarit
grandson Michael Hagel, of Please share her,,life story Theater ii ells pr Oxley-eardFuneralDirectors in 1954. y soon moved to
Fernandina Beach. MaIy La1a at wwwoxleyheard.com. ing in the KtreartWti. He was Warner Robins-,GAwbre ler
MQmleyiaenr fuppr9qlipiree ors award numerous c
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RichardL "Dick" King, 82, age 80, of Fernandina each, 'Ann L.P lak eM are eexiBiot er to the AirT
wenthometo his Lordand to be passed away onl' M6ndAy Ann Preyzlak age 98, died while serving as a Comptrolle 'Sloan, age 88; ofAiteliaIland, Center in Hilliard'in 1967
rented with our Grammy, his evening, December 2, 2013at. peacefully at home on at Ft. Belyoir Army Base in passd away bn Tuesday 'brought' 'them to' Nassa r'nied with our. Gramy,'his .evening, :D] nfii at:, Fit' Bday]f AryBs"i as
b eloved Jesslyn, on Monday, Quality Healthcare~ November 2S 201. She was Virginia ver the next 45years evening,November26,2013 at: ou nty'''
November 25th 2013,'with his 'ernandina Beach. preceded in' dt' by, her ,Co and Mrs Iossienjoyed his Communiity Hospice in* Jack- ;Mrs. Winslett worked for th
family at his"side. 'Born in Cordele GAIshe beloved husband,, John retirement in Alexandria, VA" sonville. Sears' Roebuck Copipany ii
Richard Iee King was born was the only daukhterind the Preyzak,and lhsix brothers bef6e coming to fernandina Born in lambusart,' FernandnaBeachforapproxy on May 2, 1931 in Anderson, younestof threechildrenbon and sisters. 'Beach in 2012. He enjoyedall- Belgiumshewasthedaughter ately 20years.Shenjoye
Indiana to R'ymohd and tothe late Harry .b d Vivian She is survived by her rooi dancing withhis wifeolf, of te late, Adhemar Joseph flwergardening nd wsa ;F lo re n ce Bailey Death. daughter, Barbara (Buffy) grdening, cookig,,id going Biot'and Marie Simon B ot. As avid supporter of the
King. As a She was Wells, her son-inaw Robert to the horse track Charles young girl, she was raised in Jacksonville JagusAtlantk
"was th hos trc in Carae
.youtigster raised in -the Wells, her brother Etgene Tow, Roseies, Belgium, where her Baves and any team from
-Dicky Boy", Decatur sec Hurley and iny nieces, Besids hi parents, Col father served florida. After her etiremen
as. he was tion of Atlanta nephews, 'great-nieces and Rossi was preceded in death by as Mayor. As from Seais, she became a careaffletionately where she gr eat-nephews. hisifeofover72yearsBetty teenagerli- giverto her family. i late.
caledmoved at t e n d ed d She was born and lived in Rossi, who" passed in ing in:war- ears, sh6 spent special times
' with his fami- DecaturGirls Pittsburgh most ,of her life.' September tw brothers trn sur- with her grandon, Jonathai,
P,;:g.7 X.~b i taerR itio iat 0
_ly 'to .the. High Schol There she was active in St. Richard and Joe ssiand his roundings, traelinbackt her 'home ii
Bradentn-Palmetto, FL area.' and was a graduate of Druid M.. rgaret's. sister, Mary Ventp she helped WesVirginia."
Itwasthere that hemetthe love His High School. Through Chri i s i a-n~ He leaves be his daugh or n i z e Mr. Wislettiprededi
of his lifeJesslyn: They were mutual friends, she met Ralph M&th ey s "ter, Lynn, Cestinr(Arite) Of resistancee death by.o herih. .band of.3
married in 'almetto on Palmisano, 'whom would Guild' a Girl FernandinaBea FL his son ad main ~,nm lisbf years, who passe awe in 1989,
February 25th, 1 951 inaunion become her husband oh Scout Leader, Budd Rossi (Cindy) of nunication. Always fond'~of and heson, Micha6bl Ray
thatlasted over sixty years, until November 15,1948. After they volunteer at Cottageville SC His eight music, she studied "at the Mike" Winslett,, who passed
Mrs. King's passing in August were married, the newlyweds the Jubilee grandcdren Bri Rossi Charleroi Conserva-tory iii awaye~riier this yea
of 2011. His Jess would bless settled in TamPaas her hus- SoupKitchen (Kim) Tayl Mann (uli), Belgium afte which tiie she She leaves behind, he
him with a family of three sons band wasworkingwith Atlantic and worked Nicholas Celestini, Andrew performed onstage and'even daughter, Teresa Sterns,
in sales for JQseph Horne' Celestini, Tammy Celestini, Phil 'sang Opera'upon occasion. Tampa, FL, a daughter in law, Department Store. She also "Celestini (Beth), SteveCelestin On November 4, 1954, she .Laura 'StanfieJd Winslett, LOOKING BALg belonged to St Peter' Roman '(Christina), Anna Loggins married Bernard Alvin Sloan at- Fernandina Beach, FL,, four
Catholic Church on Pittsburgh's (Shane), and 10 great-grand- OurLady of Guapulo in Quito, brothers, James' '(Donna) Ndrth Side. children. Ecuador. Her husband worked Caldwell, Sacramento, .:CA,
5 Atotal of 12,382 county residents received In 2006'she moved to Amelia A memorial service will be for Pan Am in South America Richard (Belene) Caldwell,
polio vaccintions in a mass immunization held on Island, Florida with her daugh- held to celebrate the life of Cot and eventually accepted employ- Pleasant Gardens, NC, Roge' December 5,.1963 was a member of St. Michael's PM Tri the Birgess Chapel of Mr. Sloan's new employment CA, Gary (Theresa) Caldwell,
. Romin Catholic Chdrch, attnd- Oxley Heard Funeral Home brought them to the United Clothier, WV, a sisterin law,
f Nassau General Hospital, operating in the'red ed the Council on Aging ad wih Chaplin Jim Tippins offi-' States 'and they -settled .in Juanita (Jim) Lane, Wrner for the second year in a row, was under state was a member of the coating. Full military honors will Nassau County. They later Robins, GA, two grandsons,
_,&J review. Newcomers' Club where she be. provided by the United moved to Fernandina Beac Jonathan (Savannah) Sterns,
y ars December4, 1986 States Army. and Mrs. 'Sloan became a co-. Tampa, FL, Daniel Nowel,
'rnr a e oNOBE 'MONUMENT The family will receive ownerofTheCrossEyedBear. Yulee, FL, two great-grandDepartmen of EnvironientalProtection of fi-, friends one hour priorto the .She operated the well-known children, Kallie and Bradr,
0 cials said some of the waters'crisscrossing COMPANY,INC. service Mr. and Mrs. Rossi will downtown Fernandina Beach and numerous nieces and
0 oNassauCounty were pollitedby heavy metals, 277-4499 be laid to rest together in the shop for many years. Her hus- nephews.
YEo w a i v x f.spring in a private family serv- band "Bernie" passed away in Funeral services were lieli
coiomfo eaea ddislecembye 5ro,2003' vls Atnolnutcm ice.hel
agricUlttralconcerins. I isof'msdte imm ice. 1982. at 2:00 pm on Tuesday,
Decembe 0Ifodesired, emorialsmay Always a devout memberof December 3, 2013 from the
be made in the Rossi'same to the Catholic Church, she was a graveside in Bosque Bell) '51Ash Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 St. Jude Children's Hospital, 262 parishioner at St. Michael Cemetery, Fernandina Beach,
51hteFndnBcF33Danny Thomas PI, Memphis, Church and a longtime Cantor FL
U (904) 261-3696 Fax 261-3698 TN 38105. there which allowed her to con- Her family received friend)
N WWebsiteforemalladdresses-bnewsleader.com Please share their life sto- tinuetosharehermusicalgifts. on Tuesday at the graveside.'.
.les and leave words of comfort She also greatly enjoyed par- 'Please share her life story Oficehoursare 830 a.mrto50Op.m.MondaythroughFriday. at www.oxleyheard.com: ticipating in the Song Spinners at www.oxleyheard.com.'
S News-Leadeis published every Wednesday and Friday by The Femanxdina Gley-HeardFuneralDirectors of Amelia Island, a gtoup that OxleyHeardFuneral DitectoA Be"cNews-Leader, 51i Ash Street, P.O Box 16766, Fernandina Beach, F. 32034. '. Periodicals postage paid at Femandina Beacti, (la. (USPS 189-900).ISSN# 0163-4011. Reprodudions of thE contents of this'
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ANETOAVE RS: The weN eatlr- umesno financial responsibiity for tmoraphical errorin advert-i o cottaecheese or butter tubs, ythsad Reality. .
'lng; Whli notified rmpily, thepeut ofthe avetisent in Which the tygraphical error appears Will be reprinted. Aladver11l0g,'bject to the approval of thopubliher The News-Leader reserves the rightto correctly classify, edit or delete any. quart and gallon size locking Aquaculture is the farming od ....donab~e woig or ect hevertsementoniioenrt y atany ime pdlrtcedue pu n ittis detenmnedthat To help its clients better baggies. Plase bring your aquatic organisms suchas ;.
the r temen or any part ther.o., .ntr to th genl .f "weather the change of season, donations to 410 S. Ninth St., fish, crustaceans, mollusks
Ma inRPTINssa t .......,,,....... ,' the Salvation Army Hope at the corner of Ninth and and aquatic plants. Its origin
Mail in Nassau County................ 9 CNI House is in need of the follow-' Date streets. go back to 6000 AD, and aquMall out of Nassau County .... ........... $69.99 "- '""" ing donations 1) Personal culture continues to this day,
NEWS DEADLINES "' ' ' ADVERTISING DEADLINES hygiehe items: toilet paper, baghnch as an alternative to 'harvesting
Nommnit News CTurI Notes' WEDNESDAY NEWSLEADER FRIDAY NEWS-LEADER razois, deodorant and fenji- The Amelia Island ofwild fish.
CMoniyp .' Monday,5sm: ClaifIedAds:Monday,5:00p.m.' Wednesday, 5:00pm. nine hygiene 2) Warmth: blan- Museum of History invites' This program is free and
L aLeto ohe edilton Peoplk and Plae: Claslfied Display: Friday, 3p.m. Tuesday, 5 p.m. kets, sleeping bags, socks, you to attend itsBrown Bag open to the public.
Monday, 12 p.m. Thursday, 3 p.m. Legal Notices: Friday, noon N/A jackets, gloves, hats and Lunch on today at noon. Jeff For information contact
"Retail Advertising: Friday, 3 p.m. Tuesday, 3 p.m. scarves 3) Food packaging Peterson will deliver a presen- Gray at 261-7378, ext. 102, or Monday holidays the Classliled deadline wil be Friday at 5 p.m. clean plastic containerslike tation entitled Aquacultuire: gray@ameliamuseum.org.




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PHOTOS BY ROBERT FIEGE/NEWS.-LEADER
'A disabled shrimp boat with seven people aboard, including five children, bobs in the water off Amelia Island north of Nassau Sound on Saturday, left. Rescuers gather on shore while U.S. Coast Guard, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and Nassau County Sheriffs boat crews prepare a rescue.


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Runoff election nextTesday 14H
We would like to say Thank
You to the American Legion
The city of Fernandina will be allowed to vote a provi- Mail (absentee) ballots are place for the precinct in which for donating the Hall.
Beach will have a runoff elec- signal ballot. You can find a list available now no reason you reside. To confirm yourDeember,201 tion on Tuesday for voters to of acceptableforms of identifi- required. Voters who wish to polling place,visit the Electionsfic te m 2,3
determine who will fill the city cation on the Elections Office request a mail ballot should fficewebsite selectMyVote k from 100 pm 3:00 pm
commission seat now held by website in the Nassau County contact the elections office in Status anId complete Ithe 626sr d St.,
retiring Commissioner Arlene Voter Guide tinder Voter person, by phone, mail or required fiedls. There are three 4 Feandina Beach
Filkoff for a three-year term. Guides & Info. online at *iW.votenassau.com. polling places in the city of a Please call:
Candidates are Andy Curtin Has your address changed? Th last day to request a Vote Fernandina Beach -: .O V 8 91~42421i13 to RSVP
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Customers get Don't let the music die here

OSlIt may be remembered as Fernandina Beach is forming
perso service the day the music died on a problematic confluence for
Ceitre Street downtown. Meanwhile, city
HEATHER A. PERRY When the effervescent officials idly watch as if
News Leader O'Kane's Irish Pub shut nothing is happening.
down last week, so did the The most pressing city
As a teller at Regions Bank live musical performances of issues (based upon attention
in Yulee for over five years, Davis Turner. It's been near- they are receiving) apparentDiana Plta spends each work ly two decades that the ly are how to proceed on a
day doing something she diversely talented Turner has new library, whether to act
enjoys: meeting new people. been performing regularly at on a proposed waterfront
"Customers tell us how O'Kane's, located in the park and how to handle volmuch they like banking here heart of downtown unteer boards. While each is
because of the individual atten- FernandinaBeach. Biit no relevant,,none of these initiation they receive," said Pluta, more. tives will invigorate downadding that she works with "a Howevir, there is more. A town.
great.group of people." S harsh ballad is playing out We have all witnessed
The bank has 25 locations right row on Centre Street boarded-up downtowns, in
between here and St. with big towns and small. This
Augustine, two of which are in O'Kane's could eventually happen
Nassau County, one at 463775 HEATHERA. PERRY/NEWS-LEADER being the here, like it has in many
SR 200 in Yulee and one 1409 Diana Pluta says moving third major other places. But there could
Sadler Road in Fernandina here from Massachusetts establish- be initiatives tobolster downBeach. was a bit of a culture- ment to town-like hasbeen done in
SRegions supports many local shock, but now she loves close in the small towns like Mount Dora;
charities ancdfundraising events it.. past three mid-size towns like Asheville,
throughout Nassau County. months. N.C., and cities like
Among those are the Amelia O'Kane's Cleveland. ANGEIA DAUGHTRY/NEWSLFADER
Island Jazz Festival, Yulee Scottish terriers Brodie and STEVE'S and Bonito And allis.hardly lost right Amy Bennett, Jeremy Bennett, Jason Bennett and
soorts teams and Timber Fest Abby. p J T Grill and nfow. There- are 20 rsper- Cynthia Alred dress 'in matching pajamas for the annual
in Hilliard. She maintains her loyalty to PLACE Don ous restaurants in historic PajamaParty Sale & Contest in downtown Fernandina
Branch manager Brad the.,Boston Red Sox and.New Quixote's downtown, along with thriv- Beach to kick off the Christmas shopping season.
Morris is very pleased wih his England Patriots and says it'sa have closed ingshops. But we wantto
teller's performance. whole different world here. Steve Nicklas for different make sure they remainthat :
SShe's a great representa- She enjoys the small-town reasons way. So here are ,sme sug- and restaurants. This has should all be full (even on the
tion of this branch and what we feel of life.inYulee. apparently. But they are each gestions for energizing down- Already been done, but it can side streets, where there are
stand for as far as customer "I like that it's a smaller com- now vacant. town(hopefully city officials be taken to another level. "numerous empty.offices and
;service and good workthic munity. I'll be out shoppingand In conjunction with sever- are reading thiss), Have dinner at one restau- stores right no').
and all that." run into customers from the al empty stores, Centre Losen overly restric- rant, dessert at another, and And music should be
Leisure pursuits for the bank." Street does not.look like the tye iv policies on ne business-, an after-dinner drinkatyet again be playing on Centre
friendly teller include riding Regions' Bank business' robust epicenter of Amelia es. This Begins with a sub- another. The combinations Street. Musictof joyful notes motorcycles, going to thogym hours are 8 am.-4 p.m. Monday- Island. And this is occurring stantial impact fee assessed and synergies are endless: and upbeat stanzas. The kind and reading. Thursday, drive-through till 5 despite a record year of to mostnew businesses, -The city should give the that Davis Turnerstayed
The Massachusetts native p.m.;Friday 8a.mi.-5 p:m: kibby, tourism here and a stable along with onerous building president of the downtown behind to play for us -after shares her Yulee home with drive-through till 6 p.m. Phone economy. policies. 1 merchants association avir- his music partners Mike
husband David, children Kelly, 225-1015 or visit regions.com. Out-of-control rents, pu ni- Encourage businesses tualseat at their table. In this Geiger and Woody Mullis Kara and Matthewand their type/bnewsleadercom tive city policies and competi- to move here, not deter way, city officials can hear trekked off to6find fame in
tion from outside of therm. There could be incen- 'directly from a business rep Nashville.
_ _ _ _tives andenterprise zones to re sentative on whatis work- Whilethere is some live
eaver American persdtide new businesses to ing and what is not This music at Dog Star Tavern
Theea locate in Fernandina Beach, would also give the business andithe Green Turtle and the
o$7,000 ofor instance.'There should be associationsome clout, Palace Saloon Turner was
has ab out $7 0 worth of ai city economiqdevelopment rather than aninformal exis- one of the few regular acts.
board (and a full-time direc- tence. -' Especiallywhen you considunused items in their homes, tor),to recruit new business- The marina should be a er two decades of his per1 I es and help' existiig ones. sparkling asset for down- formances.,

S e.be paid from special fees on it could be. Again, give the "'silent, much-like Centfr
,local businesses. marina manager a seat in the Street now is.
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VIEWPOINT/JOHN JOSEPH CASCONE/FRNANDINA BEACH


'Nasty politics'forced teachers to leave

M ost professions are share and are on fringes of know are amazed by the had stumbled upon. A nation- bility or fmowledge of the two, not one, great teachers.
filled with a vari- expulsion from the profes- accomplishments they help ally recognized teacher, get- events. They passed that infor- She is entitled to do that.
ety of people. sion. Generally, they are the produce. They are the human ling grants for his profession mation to Dr. Ruis and Dr. This is America, after all.
There are those ones who don't deserve to be equivalent to the rising tide at our school, does not come Turvey at the School Board's However, she is not entitled to who are the best of the best, there because it was given to that lifts all ships. around every year. offices and he was again create her own facts and
the Brooks Robinsons of the them not earned by the sweat We had that here in the Uike most teachers, cleared of any wrongdoing. ignore the truth in doing so. It
world who plugged away of their brow or the use of Nassau County School though, finances were an But there is an element in this goes back to irresponsible,
every day cairying out the their intellectual skills. System, a teacher at issue and he and his wife sup- county that doesn't care for unseemly and unethical along
mundane tasks of a major The great ones only come Fernandina Beach High plemented their income with Dr. Ruis and have their own with despicable and sinful.
league third baseman. Then, around once in a while, like School. He was an example to stipends for coaching. It was- agenda as to who should What Ms. Young did was, when the impossible was not the hundred-year storms his students, his peers, the n't just for the money; they did replace him. That is politics as without any basis for her decinecessary, he carried it out insurance companies charge administration and to the corn- want to mentor to the next normal most would say. I sion and no research on her just as he did the mundane us for but cancel your account munity as a whole. He and his generation. They set an exam- agree; but to attack John Ruis part, file a formal complaint his greatness not overshad- if one occurs. They are the wife were both teachers in the ple on how life should be is one thing. Using a teacher with the Florida Department owing the team nor'expressed centerpieces of any group best connotations of that lived, how to give your best inf such a malicious manner to of Educationrabout.Coach with the chest bumping of the they join. Theymake it better word. They had two sons and and be a credit to yourself, do so is irresponsible,, Durr. Additionally, she modern era. A simple nod to by their mere-presence, lifting were raising them in their your family and your commu- unseemly and unethical attempted to block his particithe fans and opponents who those around them by exam- image and likeness. Their nity. They were the real When it is done by a member pation in the national grading applauded his humility as well ple not by oratory ot show- children were the next gener- things! He was improving our of the School Board it rises to process ofthe Advanced as his greatness were the only manship. Their help is usually ation that would excelat what- communityby simple efforts the level of despicable and sin- Placement U.S. history exams acknowledgement offered. quiet, behind the scenes and ever profession they chose on a daily basis. ful. No matter your religious as he had done annually for
The? there are those who unacknowledged by the gen- and prove to be a credit to the I speak of them in the past affiliation I am sure you have several years. Uike Brooks struggle to carry their fair eral public, but those in the community. What a gift we like they are gone. They are! heard the story of the prosti- Robinson mentioned' it tihe 4 .And it hurts. There is a school tute, Christ and her tormen- first paragraph, he was playsystem somewhere in Iowa tors. The tormentors, after ing in the big leagues. Only Notice of Meeting that has reaped the benefits of self-examination, decided they the best'and-brightestwere
whai we had sown. Iowa has weren't without sin and chose asked to oversee the national Anll -l raided Ferganridina's henhouse not to cast that first stone. I testing and render their opinConununityDevelopment District like a fox in the night plucking only wish Amanda Young ions on our future leaders,
only the best and running off would have followed that Pirty, smelly stone-casting
The regular meeting of the Board of .Supervisors ofthe Amelia Walk with theorize and.not looking great tenet of Christianity!;.. politics of the lowest degree,
The regular meeting of the Board ofSupervisors of ithe Amelia Walkth okg gr teto stn e tt1g
back with even a thank you. Had Ms. Young chosen the that is the path Ms. Young Community Development District will beheld on Tuesday, December 17, How did it happen you ight Christ-like path, FBHS would chose to pursue.
2013 at 2:30 pm. at the Amelia Walk Amenity Cener, 85287 Majestic Wal ask? Was it ecbnomics? still have Mark Durr teaching" It certainly was not Ms.
FamilyA better school sys- Advanced Placement Young's fault that the OE
Circle, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034. The meeting is open to the tern? American History He and'his was between secretariesto
public and.wil be fondled in accordance with the provisions of No, none of those. It was wife would still beleading our lead the department Nor was ppolitics.Politics of the ugliest nextgeneration of leadersby it her faulttheir investigations'
Florida Law for Community Development Districts, A copy of the agen- and iastiest kind. example, mentoring them by were time consuming and
da for thismeeting maybeobtained from the District Manager, 475 West He Wvas not a political ani- living life the rightway and exhaustive. But it was her dfor t mesute1in m b btined frloma t 0 D t~ru~'mal by nature. Hewas a doing unto others like they fault that she chose apath that
Town Place, Suite 114, St Augustine, Florida 32092 (and phone (904) 940- teacher, no political cam- would have it done to them- ignored integrity and honesty
paigns or donations forhim. selves. You know the old sim- and chose' a path of despicable > 550). This meeting maybe continued to adate, time, anyplace to be Just teaching, coaching and pliStic Golden Rule that all of 'behavior. Twoyears later, sA cified on the record at the meeting. There may be occasions.when parenting occupied his daily our parents taught us as chil- almosto fe daythe allegaone rmore Supervisors will p iipate bytelephone. life. What brought him into dren. tions became public, Coach i'
one'the political specter? Hewas Whatwas it Ms. Young Durr was feared yet again.
Any person requiring special accommodations at this meeting because the assistant wrestling coach chose to do? She couldn't Sadly,he is not here to receive 1
of a disabili orphysial imp ent should contact the Distritoffie and would be with the team accept thefact that Detective the pats on the back and of a disability physical aent s o the meetig Of after the cross-country track Marty Scott, a professional, "attaboys" he so well
fiftr~thcr~ 0unry~ak :Marty Scott, a professional ,.iaboys" he sowelt:
at (904) 940-5850 at least two calendar days prior to themeeting.If you team completed its season of ethical and dedicated law deserves. Amidst the unnec- '
arehearing orspeechimpaire please contact the Relay Se ce competition. You probably enforcement officer had done essary scrutiny he and his
pFlorida remember the news about his job. She-didn't call hinm or family chose to return to6a
.at i-800-955-8770, for aid in contacting the District Office. hazing ofthe younger team inquireas to his findi'gs or place that would not judge J
Each person who decides td. appeal any action taken at these meetiftgs is mem rs bythe upperclass- seek a cop of his written' him o nasty politics, n
a :men: It launched a criminal findings. She 'aid itwasn't behavior not deservingto be advised: that person wil need a record of the. proceedings and ,at investigation by the 'enough because he didn't. in the educational world
a oig the person may needto ensure thata verbatim recrdof the FernandinaBeach Police reach theresult she and ler where our childrenn learn how
atna t where all team members were political ilk were looking for. to conduct themselves. No,
proceedings is made, including. the testimony and evidence upon which interviewed along with the': No, she didn't contact the Iowaisreapingthebenefits of
such a l i. to b. b c, oaches. From that investiga- FBHS administration. and ask a nationally acknowledged
such appealstobebased. tion one things ecameabun- about their investigation I ,teachr.A young manwho
ndatly clear, ib was nobyet tU can-think of ioRopofes- wasa'leader andteachet ,o Dave deNagy present for their practices sional leaders than Jane 'our youth is now in Iowa. A Davebecause of his croscpuntry Arnold and Coach Ken .man who was loved and
District Manager ,duties and had neither Rowland but that didn't mat- respdted by those who knew
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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4.2013 OPINION News-Leader 7A

VIEWPOINT/JASON STANFORD/AUStiN. TEDxAs



NEWS Texas versus California

LEA D E Pointing to a conservative study, Gov. Rick If Perry were secure in his legacy, then he'd Speaking of booming, why is it OK for fertilN ES Perry proclaimed, "The discussion's over. The stick with the economic argument. Instead, izer plants to keep the fire marshal from
debates over. The probf is in. Texas wins." And Perry tells extravagant lies. In January, Perry inspecting them to make sure they don't kill whom-did we beat? California, of course. It's claimed that the "funding that we have seen in the neighbors? FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER enough to make you wonder iflittle Ricky got the state of Texas for public education has If our economy depends on the human capiESTABLISHED IN 1854 enough love growing up on the dirt farm. been pretty phenomenal" even though school tal educated at universities, how come Texas
Someone get this kid a 4-H ribbon so the funding has dropped 25 percent since 2002. It still has only three Tier I research universities The News-Leader is published with pride weekly grow nups can talk, because we've got some ain't bragging if it's true, but if it ain't true, it's while- forgive me California has 11?
for the people of Nassau County by Community work to. do. not bragging. It's just a sad, easily disproved, Is it time to ask why Perry has to go to
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe How about just once we skipped the provin- totally unbelievablelie from Perry, and it's one California in the first place to poach compathat strong newspapers build strong communi- cial chest thumping? Yes, Texas, you're doing of 27 that Politifact has identified as "false" and nies? Texas is a great place to grow a company,
ties -"Newspapers get things donee" Ourprimaryi- f
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable fine. The barbecue is the best we've ever had, I 14 as "pants on fire." Bless his heart.- but why is California a great place to start a
community-oriented newspapers. Ths mission promise. Oh yes, that's quite a lot of jobs, I wish that just once the provincial pom-pom company? What do they know about fostering
will be accomplished through the teamwork of yessir. No one could argue that Perry has not squad would stop making us all look like anx- education, collaboration,'and innovation-that
professionals dedicated i the truth, integity, qual- created a low-tax, low-regulation utopia for the ious ninnies in this eternal struggle to prove we can replicate here? instead of stealing their
ity and hard-work. wealthy and incorporated. our superiority over other, less-Texan states. companies, how about stealing their secret
So why is Perry still arguing this point? Have some compassion for them, for they recipe? Foy R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER Does he really need this much validation? I know notwhat they miss. -. The opportunity is as big as Texas, but .
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR have no idea what it feels like t6 trip ovet my Instead, how about we askoi-selves a more admitting that we have room for improvement
MIKE H NKINS. ADVERTISlN DIRECTOR own rainbows live on national television, but interestingluestion: How can Texas lbe better? is thefirst step. Unfortunatey, 'The discusROBERT FIEGE. PRODUCTION DIRECTOR why isn't the love of a good woman, the laurels Doesn't that open up a whole new range of sion'sover," according to Perry. It's not. Let's
BOB TIMPE. CIRCULATIONDIRECTOR from business magazines and the grudging blue skies? The alternative to the status quo in get Perry a big, shiny trophy to distract him
ANGELINE MUDD. thanks of employedTexans enough to heal his Texas has never beenCalifornia.The choice while we-have a grownup conversation about
BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER injured ego? Texas really faces is different Do you want howTexas can be' even better.: Otherwise, we'll
SAN ERRY. ASSSTANTEDIR Most assume Perry's jet-setting jobs tour is more df the same, or do you think Texas can still be mired in silly political squabbles about
SIAN PERRY. ASSIS EDITOR prelude to another presidential campaign, do better? whether Texas is better than Califorhia, and
BETH JONES. SPoRSEDrOR .. though "I'm right, you'rewrong" seems a That question leads to so many others: the only answewe ever get will be an unstisTOM WOOD DINK NESMITH strange message to deliver to voters in If our economy is booming, why is there .fying, "Itdepends."
CHAIRMAN -PRESIDENT --California, Connecticutllinois, Maryland, never enough money for schools? Jason Sta!nford is a Democratic consultant
Missouri and New York. His compulsion to If Texas is creating wealth, can we reward wio'writescolumnsfortheAustinAmeic
l ~ .T o m u _, ty p ,I It ,i l' ." .
C 1r conitya impose his superiority over other states comes work as well? Statesman and'MSNBC. This column is distrib"-'N-VA rpate, across as defensive and insecure. Everything Why can't the booming industry #esponsi- uted exclusively by Cagle Cartoons newspaper
is bigger in'Texas, including, it seems, our ble for ripping up our state highways pay to fix syndicate. unmet emotional needs. them? stanford@oppresearch com



VOICE OF THE PEOPLE

pr eededelebrate the very essence of who we a ca
areby definition.All around uswe find.. M
I had struggled on writing about wonder and excitement in the gift of ,
my family's tragedy but I know to be life. -:-- '..
able to receive the amount of prayers This year Iwould like to invite youth ..
needed I had to. While most are plan- to share your-gift, large or small with
ning Christmas, my family will be in others who for much of their lives have
court with a horrible trial in the death "only seen sadness and despair through
of my grandson. What makes this so the lens of mental illness;
tragic is the fact, my son, his father, Dayspring Villageis a licensedlimhas been charged in his death. It is a ited mental health assisted living faciltragedy and a travesty of the worst itylocated in Hilliard, the facilityserves
kind. He loved his baby boys and was adults With schizophrenia and schizbaf-.
so kind and gentle with them always. fective disorders, two serious mentalill, .
Aaron was lost in an accidental bathtub iesses that affect 1 in 7 and have dev-,- :
drowning in 2012. I can't -go ihto the astating consequences to consumers
details and what is written in the paper and their families.
is-notalways true, but I guess it makes The program is simple, just call for a-better story, more sensational JanetAdkins ati(904) 316-2008 oremail
than the truth. It was truly a horrible her at janet@janetadkins.com or you
accident and the, images of his baby can contact star@dayspringvillage.org
and trying to save his life will haunt or stephanie@dayspringvillage.org or
him forhislife. Aparent'sworstnight- callus at (904) 845-7501 andjust saylI
mare. Iwouldn'twish my worst enemy want to become a Secret Santa. :
what my son and his wife are enduring. You can adopt a resident's
When you love your babies with all Christmas wishes for this year which
your heartand one is lost.inaborrible in may instances arenften thingssuch,
.accident-Athedinandsorwis h6r Jasndrgaients mclothingpexrs I a
resnddus.'I have stood-by and watched sonal care products, radios, etc. -what they have been put through and If you have a special talent you NATEBEELER/THEWASBINGTON EXAMINER
my-family It is so painful and thereis would like to share we will have you
nothing I can do but prayandask oth- -and your group scheduled to perform
ers to please join me. Pray that this on a date thatworks best for you. If you or a friend struggles with that keeps West turning against East vegetation: Animals use natural will be over-soon and hislifewill not be If you have baking skills we would symptoms yo'u believe might indicate until boots nd bones appear again. resoudrces.- Citiens need oxygenated
,ileoe.ooin hii=* llotb ,A ~ ";lig ils "~.Z i .' to' n genot" & . : ..
taken from us, tdo, and I can have my love to share your gifts with residents a need for mental health care or sup- Unfortunately, patriotic disension blood, less fat, more exercise, encourfamily back so we can finally grieve during the snack time and will gladly port, please do not hesitate to call me o bstructs the U.N. Thus, killlng has aging words, teeth, drinkable water and heal from this horrible accident. So accept whatever baked good you night day or night at (904) 583-0134 (cell) become an arroganttradition instead income and a few convenient shopping I am asking anyone that believes in want to donate You just need to have it is important that we all seek to of a regrettable last resort. But where facilities, butnot stinkfhres or a treeless. the power of prayer to please pray foi- your gift wrapped and delivered by embrace life and help encourage and woulda mending arrive if not within commercial sprawlextendingfrom one my son and daughter-iilaw and fami- Dec. 23.' help our friends and family find the ourselves? city limit to another. Instead, let so'me,ly inthis trial set Dec. 9..God bless.' a Having served over 3,000 adults path towards recovery, life is worth Advocate unproblematic attitudes. body sow sedsthere andfeedthe resKaren Lee with serious mentalillnesses in the every~ minute, my' prayer this Resistabuse of authority.Tellyour'sin- ident creatures. Now anybody may Callahani last 26 years has allowed me to wit- Christmas season that we will each cetely assembled representatives that observe.,elightful behavior. Whyis S ness what is often the holiday experi- make the most of the opportunity we 'no politicalgoal seems worthy enough o econ&iydfferent? Tr g*ft o '' ence for many of these forgotten citic have called life. ., to justify taking life, libertyor proper- -- Itwas polluted with something fort'
AsteholdO n r e zens. "'M- erry Christmas. ty Likewise, let compassionate men nothing. Profiteers repeatedly inflate
As theholidayseasn rushes tipo ae often homeless at the hol- Douglas D. Adkins oppose violence inflicted here against prices until vital goods and services
us it is important to remind' ourselves idays, spending timein a s hospital Eiecutive Director women, dependeriits, even unborn areunaffordablefor many Amrians.
ofthe trie gift ofChristmas. The true or crisis receiving uiit recein hicare Dayspring ,Village, Inc. babies developing in the wonb. Accordingly, '4-magine empty cipgift ofthe Christmas'Season is notso for their symptoms. The ,depths of illiard Undoubtably, respect stays an often- boards, hinger eviction discarded
much what yof' receive but what-you dIrkness that can surround. sor"eone gnored choice. -Sexuality differs belongings, abandoned pets, cam sto,'
give-instead!. -strugglingwith serious mental lines b'.'&at An -ecause nobody can choose it. But ries, and public debt mismanaged. But
We each have -a way of making can destroy their outlook and tarish w hat should fistiruetedgiIs admit howcouldreformersmendthisclang?
those smalLgifts in the lives of others, their view of life -' Stippois God enabled us to' enjoy about this wonderful fpattureof their Clang? Clang? Clang?Clang? sometimes it is a smile, akind gesture Many arenow findihgthemelves friendshiplaughter, love, success and personality? Demand economic fairness that
or perhaps agiftoftalentor even some incarcerated in jails and prisons at the tappiness acquired through mean- T The vale of marital commitment eliminates unbalanced budgets, excesarticle thatfills a need for anotherper- holidays often dueto crimes commbit- ingful social activity Besides, related between h9pefuil female 'and faithful- sive borrowingigreed, money scams orson for whom we wish to share or ted whentiey arenottaking their med- motivation exists. Yes, everybody- male rather than same gender attrac- extravagant compensation for profi-. express oir heart felt love. ications wants to breathe, feel comforted with tion, lies, unwanted pregnancy or soli- teers.And bewareoftheannoying bell.
Christmas is atimetofocuson the Needless to say it is hard to see food, other necessities or extras and tude. Hence, let adults consider'that It urgently suggestsopportunitiesyongift of Christ and whfit tha-has meant love joy and compassion and for many escape poverty disease, loneliness or body knowledge does -hot corrupt d- der. But which shall be done for niinto Christians through the forgiveness, they have never had:the chance to bullying Well' boys. Contrawise,-itoffers appropriate mum wage slaves? Satisfaction? Or a
love and grace ofa holy and righteous ,truly understandd the powerful gift of Never hurtweaket people, as their defense against role rejection non- bucket of scraps? savior. If yoi can imagine the gift that; the giver rights had already been declared equal sense, smut TV and molesters. -America, the slaves want relief. SoGod gave us through his son Jesus This Christmas seasoniplefise con- to ours. Also, practice global tolerance Obviously, children require pr6tection increase their portion of profits. Christ. This one gift has brought hope, sider joining us as we celebrate the that exudes boasting-about rockets or provided by parents and teachers. Release them from predatory pricing love, kindness and salvation tothe lives gift of Christ and take a minute to call bombs. When such terrifying weapons Likewise, we must preserve out health of petroleum products, real estate and of those who will accept it for thou-- orsend an emailt helpi share the spe- 'invaded occupied areas, family mem- by avoiding bad-habits. But, specifi- health care. Then they will have resasands ofyears,-truly an enduringgift! cial love and joy ofChfistmas with the bers died. And affected mothers shed ally, when do believers fulfill this sons to smile at home, in aworkplace Perhaps the greatestgif s the gift mentallyill. All we ask is that you do a unappreciated tears. But who disre- responsibility? or various arenas where social activity of life and health. We celebrate life in small part; we know that when people garded any grieving fathers? While they show environmental occurs. so-manyways and treasure the mem- doa smallpart togetherit fills a large Misguided regional leaders did. awareness that goes against cigarettes, John Graed
ories crafted through these thmes aswe need. They were doing assisted aggression dumping roadside trash or stripping Fernandina Beach



COMMUNITY THANKS .....

Grade 's Kitchen Proline Motors located on Eighth yotiraise your own, as well. Beyond Tu)tion -program. The B's Florist, Family Hair Styles, Fancy'"
Street in Fernandina had a "Meals for -'. On. behalf of the Homeless Auxiliary will also be able to purchase Sushi, The Fernandina Beach Little It's that time of year When we sit Wheels" fundraiser during the month Coalition -of Nassau County, the 14 needed equipment as requested by Theater, Fernandina Beach Massage,4 back and count our blessings and of November. This project, spear- 'churches and organizations of the the medical center and to honor its Four Seasons Bistro, Great Harvest$ Gracie's Kitchen would like to take a headed by leslie Diaz and manager Yuiee Interfaith Dinner Network, my pledge for the new addition to the Bread, HappyTomato, InsidtOut, Kay moment and do just that. Mike Brown, brought in $500 forus to co-coordinators, Darrell and Jeanne building. The Bazaar, along with the Guess (local artist), Magna's, Merge,
We are the Yulee Interfaith Dinner use for our dinners. They also came Hein and myself, thankyou everyone other Auxiliary projects, generate the Moon River Pizza, Nassau Health Network and we serve dinners at the ,and helped serve dinner on Thanksgiv- for all that you do for us. funding to achieve these goals, as Foods, Olive Garden, Omni Amelia old Yilee Middle Schoolttb'ee to four' ing Day. A special thankyou to Proline Maryellen Collavo Crocker well as many others, for the-nedical Island Plantation, Pine-apple Patch, nights a week. Every Thanksgiving and'to their customers who made this Coordinator center. Publix, Sandy Bottoms, Scott and Sons
we serve a big dinner to those in our possible. Gracie's Kitchen We invite the entire community to Jewelers, Second Chance, Sharon Eells 4
community who-need a helping hand. Blackrock Baptist Church donated shop at our gift shop and support our (local artist), Sonny's, T-Ray's, Townies
This year was no exception and we all the turkeys for our meal and Mr. WCoffee Corner along with the other Piza and Walgreen's.
served over 50 dinners on Thanksgiv- Farreligenerously smoked them for us auxiliary sponsored projects through- Along with the special silent auction
ing Day. We have been blessed with as he does eveiy year. The Baptist Medical Center Nassau out the year. Our next project is the $5 baskets and items from the Auxiliary's:
many people in the Yulee and Fernan-. Celebration Baptist Church along Auxiliary Board of IDirectors and the jewelry sale on Friday from am. until service areas and the marvelous baked dina area who have taken the time to with over 25 volunteers from the com- Baptist Medical Center Nassau .5p.m. in the board room atthe medical creations from the Auxiliary members, help a stranger this holiday season. munity helped cook, serve and make Auxiliary members wish to thank the center. this bazaar was truly a memorable:
Faith Christian Academy, for the sure that everyone had a good time. Nassau County community for its sup- We would specifically like to thank community effort that will enable so: second year, has had a food-drive for l eftoversweretaken to His Warehouse port of the 2013 Annual Holiday the following local merchants and many needs to be met by the Baptist us. The students collected 1,000 for their Friday night meal. Bazaar. Because of the excellent com- individuals for their donations: All Pro Medical Center Nassau Auxiliary.
pounds of food for us to use for our din- Because of the generous support of munity support alongwith the tremen- Automotive, Amelia Hotel at the Beach, Thank you! ners and to give out to our guests. The this community, we were able to make dous support of the Baptist Medical Bar Zin, Books Plus, Caf6 Karibo, Stephanie Manwell! children came by school bus, unloaded this holiday alittle brighter for those in Center Nassau.Administration and Cindy's Hair & Nails, Club 14 Fitness, Immediate Past President the food themselves and put it away for need. You have all made a-difference, staff, the Auxiliary will be able to con- Cormier Hair Studio, Cottonways, Baptist Medical Center us& Thank you so very much. And when you-rise another's head tinue its scholarship programs ahd the Dand's Hair, Do Wop Diner; Dottie Nassau Auxiliary




8A WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4.2013 NEWS News-Leader



John Drew honored as POLITICS IN BRIEF


outstanding elected official
Nassau County Tax Collector John M.
Drew was selected by his fellow elected offi- -N
cials as the 2013 Outstanding Elected Official
of Nassau County. The award was announced at the Annual Public Officials reception
hosted by the Amelia Island-Fernandina
Beach-Yulee Chamber of Commerce.
The event, designed to give business
leaders an opportunity to have dialogue with
and show appreciation for those elected to
serve their community, was attended by
Congressman Ander Crenshaw, state Sen.
Aaron Bean, Rep. Janet Adkins, as well as a
large gathering of Nassau officials.
"I am both surprised and amazedby this
honorr" Drew said. "It is really a testament SUBMITED.
to the hard work of the employees at our Meipbers of Federated Republican Women of Nassau County are picturedabove
offices who serve the citizens of Nassau while at the Biennial Convention of the Florida Federation of Republican Women in
County every day. This recognition is'ded- Orlando in October. Back row: Karen Laubach, DeeDee3Corbin, Charlene Bratton
icated to their efforts. I am truly honored to and Sharon Lennon. Front row: Cherie Billings, Gail Biondi and Dolores
be chosen by my fellow officials to receive -Higginbothom. Sharon Day, Co-Chair of the Republican National Committee
this distinction." SUBMITIED addressed the Convention as did Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Gov. Rick
The Nassau County Tax Collector's U.S. Rep. Ander Crenshaw presents an award Scott. S
Office collects and distributes more than to Tax Collector John Drew as the 2013 $130 million in public funds each year per- Outstanding Elected Official of Nassau Holidayatheinla~ Island. at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14 atO
fortning duties for the state of Florida on County. / This event will feature a the Fernandina Beach Golf a
behalf of Nassau County citizens. Westside Democrats' 9th program of holiday music as Club, 2800 Bill Melton Road.'
Annual Christmas dbiner is well as brief reviews of the Therewill time to-socialize scheduled at 6:30 p.m. state and national Republican followed by dinner and a
Wednesday, Dec. 11 at the women conventions. There veryshort meeting. Nassau County Building on also will be election of the To reserve, send a check' I Mickler Street in Callahan. 2014-15 board officers will for $15 per person, payable
Catered by Callahan take place. The social will be to DCAI, to DCAI/P.O. Box
$99 5 BBQ, there willbe a silent held at 1:30 a.m. and the 16022/Fernandina Beach FIL
auction, door prizes and fun business meeting will begin 32035. Checks may also be for all. at 11:45 a.m. dropped off at Democratic
Call (904) 879-7330 for Contact Gail Biondiby Party headquarters located
pritingand reservations. Tuesday with reservation at at the corner of Eighth and D IT ** frwnassau@gmail.com or Date streets ifi Fernandina
r The next monthly lunch- 261-8793. Lunch is $20. Beach.
eon meeting of the For more information or
Federated Republican All Democrats are invited to reserve by phone or email,
Women of Nassau County to celebrate the season at the contact Jean DesBarres at
;. a nt. r. -will be held Fidar, Dec..13 Democratic Club of Amelia (904) 432-8992 or jeandesbari'
at the Golf Club of Amelia Island's annual holiday party res@gmnail.com.
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of Motorcraoff- Oil ^E Appraiser Mike Hickox has cuts while implementing effi- large disbursement to the"
announced his- office will ciencies that have saved sev- county "If's been a challengingn return over$145,000 back to eral thousands ofdollars," said process, but with the- great(' the Board of County Commis- Hickox "'This has afforded us reduction in legal services T1 J sioners and other taxing the opportunity to give .so and a small. reduction in staff;
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-...must pay into the countygen- office, Donna Chandler, said been with thioffice since 2009t"
Serial fund all money in excess of that by maintaining responsible took on her budget and.. S the sunitowhich they are enti funding practices, she's been finance role when Hickox took tied. "Since January,, we've able to effectively maneuver office.




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Georgia colonist, subject of the king
TOM RAYMOND rivers, extended west in a reasons and causes, and the battery terminals among a well-read 14-year-old. Word
For theNews-Leader slice out to the Mississippi natives encountered, friendly other electric thrills; Sam arrived of the northern
while Indian country lay and foe. Adams was 18 and polishing' English and Colonials battling
This is Part 1 ofan account below, to the St. Marys and Not to mention the Royal his oratory style, no doubt the French and their Indian
presented at the Amelia Island beyond. family George II had over some Boston brew; and allies. The conflict ended with
Museum ofHistory on Nov. 15 Oglethorpe's plan, more of assumed the throne in 1727 George Washington and John the Treaty of Paris in 1763 and
itithe monthly series "3rd a pipedream, was for a "garri (he'd die in 1760): His chil-, Adams were, presumably, heldimplications for Georgia
Friday on 3rd Street." son province" to defend dren's names marked New obedient lads of nine and five. and north Florida The King's

A stroll down the west southern English interests World maps though none ever Elbert would lie senior to.. Proclamation Line prohibited
end of Centre Street from Spanish Florida. His set foot here: Fredrick, Prince Tom Jefferson (1743), John his subjects from crossing the
in Fernandina would be acolony of convicts of Wales (1707-51), father of Jay (1745), Jim Madison crest of the Appalachians or
Beach.near the old and others turned hardy George III (1738-1820); (1751) and Alex Hamilton west of the Okefenokee as no
railroad depot reveals a farmers with "small holdings" Prinde William of (1755). The latter, incidentally, Redcoats would be pasted on
plaque gratis the Daughters as he disdained the plantation Cumberland; and Amelia was the only major founder the frontier to keep the peace.
ofthe American Revolution model to the north. This did- Hanover, Princess of Great ineligible for the presidency That year all of Spanish
with thf heading, n't sit well with his colonists, Britain (1711-1786). She as he was born, not on U.S. Florida was ceded to Englandt
"Revolutionary War. Invasion nor the codes imposed. never married and had no soil, but on the Caribbean isle and, rather sparsely populatof British East Florida," and Slavery and alcohol wei-e children, at least none legiti- of Nevis; he moved to New ed, territories, not provinces,
the text, "In May 1777, General Sawi Elbert, banned but neither forbidden mate (there were rumors). York City as a youth, were established The capital
Colonel Samuel Elbert's who led an invasion of. fruit would cling to the peach Our fair Amelia, an early In 1750, two royal decrees of Britisi East Florida was
Continentals landed on the Aielia Island in 1777. tree for long. In 1739, Mother patroness of Erngland's natural were issued that would affect seated at St. Augustine and
North End of Amelia Island at England declared war on .: parks, loved soaring on horse- Elbert's early career as a mer- British West at Pensacola. The
Oldtown Bluff, approximately Spain, the "War.of Jenkins' back over the English coun- chant-trader. The Calendar first administrator of British
one mile north of this marker, At the turn-ofthe-16th cen- Ear" some poor chap (Brit tryside. Act (shipping schedules); East was Gov.James Grant,
for a planned invasion of tury, the Anglo population in merchant sea captain) had his During Europe's "Age.of aligned the Old Style from 1763-71. On his watch Florida. A patrol engaged in a America had reached 250,000. lopped-off ear paraded before Enlightenment" (1700-1760), Gregorian used in London the colony of New Smyrna skirmish with British troops In 1702, the War of Spanish Parliament to make point America realized her own and Savannah to the New was founded in.1768 down the on the south end of the island. Succession, which followed as Carolinians and Georgians period partly fueled by a Style of Paris and Madrid. coast. In history's largest sinAn officer, Lt. Robert Ward, the death of Spain's King clashed with Florida changing theological mood This occurred in two phases, gle crossing of the Atlantic,
was killed and two of his sol- Charles, spilled across the Spaniards. The death of Holy that challenged religious inter- in 1751 and 1752; both years 1,400 Minorcans and other diers were wounded. In retali- Atlantic and splashed ashore Roman Emperor Charles VI pretation imposed by external were truncated including 11 Mediterranean islanders ation, CoL Elbert ordered here. Known by the colonists in 1740 spawned the War of authority The individual felt daysstricken from September sailed aboard eight ships to a houses burned and the as "Queen Anne's War," Austrian Succession this time, empowered as an arbitrator of 1752. This explains wlhy. new life, passage paid through
destruction of all cattle." Carolinians, feeling threat- and its new offshoot billed by truth, subjective human truth, Washington, throughout his indentured servitude. In a bit For tourists and residents ened from the south, the colonists "King George's choosing to seek one's own lifetime, celebrated his own of bait and switch, though,
alike this likely leaves more destroyed the Spanish settle- War." Hostilities ran through personal relationship with the birthday on Feb. 11, not their quest for freedom questions than answers. ment and mission onIsla de 1748with both France and deity. today's tradition of the 22nd. dragged on, so they fled ti St.
Cok Samuel Elbert, later a Santa Maria (later Amelia or Spain allied against Britain. In Enter the founding fathers, Also in 1750, the Iron Act Augustine, were granted asygeneral and governor of the Egmont Island). In 1707, the 1740, Oglethorpe attacked St. born to families of both wealth (tools and hardware) limited lumr and became British loyal statejust to our north, corn- union of England (which then 'Augustine by sea and set fire and common 'standing, with American production to pro- ists. And in short order advermanded a Georgia Militia included Wales) and Scotland to the town, but, a month-long parents or advisors who guid-, tect.the British industry, saries'of the American force of the Continental Army forged Gret Britain, but that siege of Castillo deSan ed them through the sciences, arguably the first time our colonials.to the north. with plans to drive the didn't stem theemigrant tide. Marcos failed as his cannon the arts and letters. These central government meddled Part 2: Col. SamuelElbert, Redcoats from Florida. The Ov'er the next 20 yearsthe shot merely bounced off the were Elbert's generation. with our liberties on a large Georgia paistriot fighting for coquina amino ie'ocne..' independence, lands zk'a
assault failed, as did a second white population of the coquinawalls. The Brits When hewas born, Ben scale, a sign of times'to coe. independence, lands wit a
attempt the next year, 1778, in proinces nearly doubled to retreated, and a child was Franklin was a young physi- By 1754; Elbert followed detachment bf Continentals on Callahan: King George III 475,000, with edaters in 1720 'born in Savannah that year. cist of 34, who'd give us the the news of the French & Amelia Island, British East maintained control of his two in Boston (12,000), Samuel Elbert's parents terms positive and negative Indian War with the insight Of Florida.
southern most 'mainland terri- Philadelphia (10,000) and were the Rev. and Mrs. tories, British East and West New York (7,000), and along William Elbert, he a Baptist ...
Florida, during the course'of our own coast at Charles minister, and Sara of the famithe American Revolution To ne (3,000) and Savannah lyGreenfield. With babe still
(1775-1783) while large (1,500). Furthersouth most in arms in 1742, news arrived
swaths of the 13 Crown resided in St. Augustine of the Battle of Bloody Marsh
Provinces fellto Patriots with (1,000), while Santa Maria on St Simns Island, as, the radical ideas of independence, could claim only stragglers by English bloodied the Spanish Despite Elbert'spushbacks then. attempting payback for the
from. Florida, he'd play no By 1725, the slave count recent burning of their capisiall part in the struggle to up and downthe provinces tal The- pastorand family forge a newmation. had exploded to 75,000, large- then moved ot to the counSetting the stage for ly tending to an agrarian- try, to Prince William Parish "
Elbert's.place in history, we, ecqnomy and lavish planta- between Savannah and. know that in the early 1600s t tion lifestyle. In 1729, Charles Towne.But the boy English and Dutch settle- C~rlina, settled in 1629 and was orphaned at 14 and ments Wppeared along the chartered in 1663, split into returned to Savannah in 1754, Atlantic seaboard. By the North and South. Threeyears adoptedby a caring mentor. V 5 Prv e H stor i Heomes
1670s thesewere 12 char- later, in 1732,Gen. James He was educated in "the four ted English Crown Oglithoipereceived papers R's,"reading 'riting, 'rith-. Debe 6& 7th
iovinceg froidNew fromKing GeorgH the lat "ti io~n, and
Ihmpshire tothe Carolinas. of13 English colonies so appe the mercantile
Iolland's governance had granted. Georgia, bounded trades. Samuel studied geogben ejected from the hemi- .north and soUthby the raphy aindhistory, the tracks
sphere but, its lasting influ-, Savannah and Altamaha ofthe original pioneers, their ence was not,'with place
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S PHOTOS BY DOUG ADKINS/FOR THENWS-LFEADER The Mighty Marching Pirates band of Fernandina Beach High School came in 16th at the state semifinal championships for all the 1IA bands in Florida last month in Tampa. The band performed its "How to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse" routine. The band's senior students were recognized at the conclusion of the performance, right.



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Management marked the end
of the 2013 Atlantic Hurriedne
Season Sunday by reminding
)Floridians that emergency preparednessdoes ntend with
the hurricane season.
S'The2013Atlantic Hurricane
Season was predicted to be an
above average season with 13 to
....~ Y 20namedstorms and three to
("'" V. six major hurricanes. However,
the 2013 season ias the sixth
RN BA :FO IO "least active hurricane season
... since 1950iin termsinof the colV ENTER o lective strength and duration
) "of narined storms and hurricanes.
"Complacency becomes the
real threat with a slower than
predicted season," said Bryan
Koon, FDEM direto4. "The last
.... '' .. .............. [ ... hur icane to make landfall in
eight years have s en an influx
of new residents, who may have
experienced a tropical storm
and believe that this event is
the same in intensity as an actual hurricane. Memories also
tend to fade with the passage of
"O Offl W Ntime between events, so even
lifelong residents becomecomplacent in their preparedness.
We cannot emphasize enough
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uv"nu-gugvprepared and vigilant"
Two storms did impact
U JR.,Oau. Florida in 2013. Tropical Storm
40 oe b und Senors will eno Andrea made landfallon June 6
near Steinhatchee producing
spe al holiday meal Christmas week!
MRemnants OfTropical Storm Karen cIrossed northern Florida
on Oct. 6. There were 13 named
tropical systems, two of which
With your assistance those same hmebound seniors werehurricanes. This is the
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in a season since 1.982. Notably,
will continue to receive two nutritious meals t:wn:oicne
W~lt'i ["10 there were no major hurricanes
receive. us,- a s; -in the Atlantic Basin this year,
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a week throughout 2014.:i ..... serious,.
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POLICE REPORT COURT REPORT

This was written by Angela A 20-year-old woman who woman's mother through the Nov. 20, theft/shoplifing, pos- 7te folo wing report was com- years in a state prison on each .Daughtry of the News-Leader was a passenger told police she Florida Department of session of cannabis, posses- piled byAngela Daughtry, News- of the first two charges and from oral and written reports and the two men had been driv- Highway Safety & Motor sion of drug equipment. Leader staff from the Nov. 25 three years minimum mandaby the Nassau County Sheriff's. ing around Tarpon Avenue and Vehicles. On arrival at the N Brandy Daniell Trouille, court docket of Circuit Court tory on the firearm charge, to Office, the City of Fernandina that Arnspiger had fired a shot scene, the woman's mother 33, 27039 Flagstaff Loop, Judge Robert M. Foster- run concurrently, with credit Beach Police Department and at a deer in a vacant lot on the told police the woman's chil- Hilli.*d, Nov. 20, Nassau E Marjorie Lynn Bowen fortime served since Nov. 29, other agencies. Arrest indicates east side of the 400 block of dren were staying with their County capias/failure to pleaded not guilty to three 2012. He pleaded guilty to suspicion of a crime, not guilt. Tarpon Avenuef According to father. appear/driving with license counts of dealingin stolen prop- amended charges of driving
Anyone with information the report, she also told police Police found out later the suspended or revoked, smug- erty, three counts of giving false while license suspended or about criminal activity can con- she was unaware if Johnson woman had been drinking at gling contraband into a deten- ownership information on revoked, resisting an officer tact the Fernandina Beach had fired the gun, but that she the Palace Saloon earlier, and tion facility, possession of con- pawned items, $300 or more, without violence, possession of :Police Department at 277-7342 was not with the men the that a male friend had driven trolled substance without a and three counts of grand theft.. controlled substance parapheror the Nassau County Sheriff's entire evening, her van to the location, taken prescription. 0 A plea of not guilty was nalia, burglary of-a structure
Office anonymously by calling Police found a Mossburg her keys and left her to "sleep E Julian Ronald Weinberg, filed for Kenneth WayneDilas, and criminal mischief, was adjuT225-0147 in Yulee or. 12-gauge shotgun and ammu- it off." The male friend also 27, 29825 Mulberry Landing, charged with obtaining proper- dicated guilty and sentenced to Fernandina Beach, or 879- nition in the vehicle, the report told police the woman was Hilliard, Nov. 20, violation of ty in return for a worthless time served in Nassau County 2136 in Callahan, Hilliard or stated. Johnson and Arnspiger responsive when he left her probation/dealing in stolen check. Jail. He was ordered to pay a
'Bryceville. The 'We Tip" pro- were arrested for night hunt- and refused to go inside the property. E A jury trial date of 'Feb. total of $836in court costs, $300
grand 1-800-78CRIME also ing and discharging a firearm, residence where he was stay- 0 Dave Wesley Sullivan, 34, 10 was set for Stephen Elliott to the Public Defender's Office allows callers to leave anony- and subsequently transported ing. The friend turned overthe 85552 Avant Road, Yulee, Nov. Drakus, charged with lewd or and $200 to the State Attorney's mouses tips. to Nassau County Jail. keys to police. 20, Nassau County warrant, lascivious molestation and com- Office. Restitution is reserved
The woman was conscious violation of probation/DUI pile, enter, etc. computer for the State Attorney.
-ofm 4 and- breathing at the time of with serious injury; pornography regarding a minor. E A jury trial date of Feb.
Shooting ata deer
unconscious oc enabeing transported by emer- 0 Ashley Nicole Murphy, 10 Jeasie Leon-Rivera plead- 10 was set for John Edward
Two local men were arrest- agency rescue, according to the 31, Waycross, Ga., Nov. 20, vio- ed not guilty to dealing in stolen Prevost Jr., charged with two
7ed Nov. 23 for shooting at a City police found a 27-year- report, but nothing else was lation of probation/possession property and giving false veri- counts of sale or delivery of ,deer on Tarpon Avenue late old woman unconscious in a known of her condition at the of a controlled substance. fication of ownershito a pawn- cocaine. :at night, according to a Honda Odyssey van Nov. 23, time. E Randall Rockwell Wood- broker. 0 James Shawn Sisson was
,Nassau County Sheriff's Office apparently after a night of ard, 42, 29243 Pigeon Creek Edwin Ramone Mack served an affidavit and.denied
report. drinking, according to a police F Road, Hilliard, Nov. 19, bur- pleaded guilty to sale or delivery two counts of violation of proPolice were called to the report. glary 'of a conveyance, petit of cocaine and was adjudicated bation being served for dealing
north end of the island'near Police arrived at the 100 0 Megan Elizabeth Fitz- theft, burglary of a structure, guilty. He was sentenced to six in stolen property and giving .Tarpon Avenue regarding a block of South 10th Street water, 29, Kingsland, Ga., Nov. criminal mischief. Nov. 18, months in Nassau County Jail falseverification ofownership to white Chevy Tahoe that was around 2:50 a.m. Nov.-23 in 24, Camden County, Ga., war- Nassau County warrant/ with credit for time served and a pawnbroker. driving with no lights on and response to a complaint about rant/fugitive from justice, vio- attempted robberyby sudden ordered to pay $518 in court N Edward Szakacs II was shining a spotlight at, deer an unoccupied Van with its lation of probation/creditcard snatching without a weapon. costs, $150 to the Public served an affidavit and denied a while firing a shotgun from the headlights on, accorditgto the fraud. E Kenneth LeSean Reed, Defender's Office and $100 to violation of probation being
vehicle, the report stated. report. 0 David Matthew. Dortch, 27, 1301 Jasmine St.' Fernan- the State Attorney's Office. served for sale or delivery of a
Officers stopped the vehicle An unconscious woman 31, 37755 Old Pine Ridge' dina Beach, Nov. 19, posses- E Rita Beth Martin was controlled substance.
at Lisa Avenue and Elizabeth was discovered to be in the van Hilliard, Nov. 24, bond sur- sion of marijuana less than 20 served an affidavit and denied E Martin Alan Woods pleadDrive, according to therep6rt. with her eyes partially open render/child neglect. grams, possession of cocaine, three counts of violation of pro- ed guilty to burglary of an unocIn addition to the driver, there and rolled back. in her head, 0 Bruce Clayton Fridley, possession of drug parapher- bastion being served for defraud- cupied structure or conveyance were two passengers. tbe report stated. The doors 8622 US 301, Bryceville, Nov. nalia. ing an innkeeper. and was adjudicated guilty. He
Police had each person exit of the van were locked,' and 23, grand theft, more than $300 0 Shawn William Marcum, 0 Danny Lee Mishoe Jr. was sentenced to three years the vehicle individually for 'thereappeared-to be no keys in bht less than $5,000. 22, Roanoke, Ala,, Nov. 18, vio- pleaded guilty to aggravated in a. state prison with credit for ,questioning, according to the the ignition. The woman did E Willie Lewis Glaspy, 53, lation of probation/dealing in fleeing and eluding with injury time served and orderedto pay report. The driver, David not respond to repeated tap- 1808 Julia St., Fernandina. stolen property, failure to or damage, armed burglary and $418 in court costs, $150 to the Johnson, 27, of 302 South 17th 'ping on the windows, so police Beach, Nov. 22, bond surren- appea/driving with license possession of a firearm by a con- Public Defender's Office and St., Fernandina Beach, was called for emergency rescue der/failure to register. suspended or revoked, unlaw- victed felon and was adjudicat- $100 to the State Attorney's read his rights but refused to services and broke the driver's N Edward Lee Souls II, 18, ful use of a license, trespassing, ed guilty. He was entenced to Office. say anything other than shots side window, the report stat- Jacksonville, Nov. 22, grand affray and riots, obstructing or a minimum mandatory of 10 adaughtry(fbnewsleadercom were not fired. ed. theft more than $300 but less opposing a police officer.
Parker Paul Arnspiger, 21, According to the report, the than $5,000. E Billy Ray .Crawford, 47,
of 302 South 17th St., Fernan- woman's breathing was shal- U Tony Carl McBeeJr., 25, High Springs, Nov. 18, war- "ESO M L
dina Beach, told police he and l9w and her pulse'was weak, ,96118 Cayman Circle, Fernan- rant/domestic battery with T.EYRE'DYIN-Fo .the others in the car had been and she did not respond to dina Beach, Nov.-21, bond sur- strangulation: T HEY'RE D YING 0R
driving around shining a spot- attempts- to. wake her. render/felony domestic bat- 0 Derek Devon Thompson, r A 2ND CHANCE
light on deer fOl4 the last 45 Emergency rescue workers tery, domestic battery, petit' 34, South 10th St.; Nov. 18, pos- i Adopt A Companion Today
minutes. Ht also said he had transported here to Baptist theft. session of less than 20 grams .
fired at a deer 10 minutes ear- Medical Center Nassau for E Charles D. Holton, 39, of marijuana with intent to sell, her with a 12-gauge shotgun, treatment. homeless, Nov. 20, felony theft. possession of cocaine with
and thatjohnson had also fired. On noticing two child seats U Michael Justin McNeely, intent to sell., -, the gun from the car. in thevan, police contacted the 35, 85093 Miner Road, Yulee, adaughtry fbnewsleadercom

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Sheriff Bill. Leeppi, el. ag instructors from a vari tyo, Any resident of Nassau fundraisers and special pIoj- 4 E
annouacee~anew CitizenL.(4~ ckg-ounds and discip~i '"'County who is 18 years of age e tsifh at.benef' lt1ate-o Enforcement Academy, an e1u .. part of the class, students oirlderwith avalid Florida dri- Sheriff's Office and the com ( 4855 cational and informative pro- may elect to complete a ride- ver's license and in good health unity at large;" Leeper said: L
gram that allows citizens the along assignment with a is eligible to attendthe Citiens,- .
opportunity to learn about the Nassau County Sheriffs.Office Academy, Business leaders,
issues that face law enforce- deputy on road patrol or in a civic repress tatives, aswellas ment in Nassau County. The marine unit members of the community are
prografn will provide insight, The academy is designed to encouraged, to participate. T IM E T O SA V E
into the philosophy and opera- provide members'of the com- Class size is limited and all tons of the Sheriff's Office. munity with the opportunity to applicants will be; screened The program also helps citi- gain specific knowledge about through a routine criminal S A V E0 E Y
zens better understand police the workings of the'-Sheriff's background, check prior to work in their community and :Office and a general insight their. acceptance into the pro- FOR THE HOLIDAY!
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s 'aCommnitybased policing -train or promote citizens to act The inaugural class will be is an important and vital aspect in alaw enforcement capacity. i starting soon. For further iforof crime control- in any-coin- 'Classes include tour: of mation, contact the sheriff's munity. It's all about the NCSO's facilities and virtually Human Resources Department Sheriff's Office actively work- every aspect:ofa deputy's job or Larry Boatwright, volunteer";ing with the community to pre- includingpatrol operations, traf- coordinator, at 548-4027 or vent aime and create a safer fic enforcement, hostage nego- lboatwright@nassauso.com. environment. The Citizen tiations, vice and -naicotics, "Ater completing thepro- 2 Academy program is yet anoth- crime scene investigations, corI gram successfully,: graduates .
er mechanism for law enforce- rections and 9-1- communica- are eligible for membership in. .ment to inform the public of tions dispatch. Students also the Ciizens' Academy Alumni D
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Recently I gathered up a coupie of gal friends for amini road trip. My friends all enjoy nature, enjoy eating and enjoy seeing new places. But alas, there was only one night to spare in our complicated schedules. No problem. Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and Titusville fit the bill and we were off!
The drive south to Merritt Island is full of its own adventures. lThere's
the drive
through scePHOTOS BY PATFOSTERTURLEY/FORE NEWVS-LEADER nic St. Please .e Roseate spoonbills, above, grebes and many different Augustine on
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irnnirng. It took six one-lter ddnkscrd Mentos buthe lile car w out and the Foster-Turley
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C ut t g fl-catend nd cats in twake. Come thecoffeis ont ocean is visiSA ~ ble much of the rest of the trip.
AA A DEERTRAC KS A Marineland, the county's oldest
Cdi. come by or erpail us davetolmrnerplumbing@comcast.net. Repair, oceanarium, is on the route. For replace, remodel or new construction for tesidenli, industrial br com- just $9/senior, $10/adult, mercid needs. 24/7 emergency service Showroom and counter sdes $6/child you can stop by and Tuesday, Dece ber 10, o13 Open to YOU. Caring people answer our phones. see the ddlphiins in large pools
.5:00 p.m. as they, entertain the more
--," -l ,DE R WA L K a A l -adventurousg utestS:that opt to'
of No_ eoup_ _Nc,. '-'. .-pay much more to swim with
We've relocated our International Bullion & Coin Exchange, Recqvered Resources thedolphirs haveoher
Group, The Knotty Beader .The Blindman & Robin, Metabolic' o is or ha other Nassau COunty Office Naisau CountyOffice! Research Center, Joes' Produce &Dell, JaZzercize and Crumps' hands on eicounterswith them.
96016 Lofton Square Court Barbershop. One unit left call 277-3942 for infortmation. On site With my 16ngtime friend Kevin
YUI6ee, FL 32097 Please join our celebration and management. '- Robertsincharge of the doltour our new office a s we continue ,. phins we had. our ownpersonIn the Lofton Square shopping 'rinch ie a i .alizedexperiencei bu evenwithcenter at State Road 200 sri cile Di out this connection it's worth a.
an Anee Cdnourse throughout Nassau Opunty. 474390 ESR 200 stop to sethse dolphins close
-"Fernandinfia Beach, FL 32034 up.
** ,,2qa OO 1, .l Just beyond Marineland;'
**04742 A = 0661 Washington- Oak StatePark is
another placd t6'g& out.of the car The-beith taVshiigt6n
-....-: 'Oaks has untiualcoquina ri-ock
formations and 4olderncolored sand unlike anywhere eise, in Vloridn and is great place to pull out your packed lunchand enjoy. Ifyou want to spend more time in. this state park, Visit the gardens remaining fromnai old estate that once occupied this land-When visited the rose e 1asfLp IQJ~ 4 tb 4.heir.loom r that smell -1 C
T E A oses should Wonderful
wr- 4 p. grBy thie ti0fie we visited these -places aiid drove through
., "so '" ~ Daytona Beach and fur~ier, it as too late tO viSit Merritt Island thatday.Bit n6o problem. During, the' drive I got my friends all fired tip about our k planned dinner at thelafidmark Dixie Crossroads #estatirant in Titusville, a favorite stop ofmine over the years:.After checking in at 'our motel int Titusvillb we

rock shrimp and hush puppies
Fto die for Don't misasthis place E S AVE O0 e'if youare ever in the area!
VAIL ROCKER RECI.IUNER SAVE next day, finally wegot
to nearby Merritt Island National Wildlife Refugefand were not disappointed.- Just upon entering the refuge we were greeted by a majestic bald eagle high on a snag. Ati'the visitor center we walked aldng a trail bordering saltwater ponds full of gators in a habitat of man,groves and other native plant, species that aren't foiupd in our HUR RY own -rea but thrive this far
south of us. '. ,
E 08 :' We drove slowly around the
natural area watching gators SO ON !- _'- along the canal banks and enjoying the scenery. These gators were huge! The ppnds i the refuge were chock full of witntering ducks, mergansers and grebes. In the shalow edges spoonbills aboudedinthirfull pink coloration, largegroips of white ibis fed along with them and herons and egrets ofrdfl species were everywhereS were the groups of birdwatchers that were here front all over the country just to see them.
Although we were.-tabe to see. the manatees.that winthi here duesto the temporary closure of the midway bridge, the go'bridge is now open and visitors should be luckier than us. But ....-, we did watch some fishermen
happily pulling in fish from the canal and enjoying the day regardless
The drive home went quick- ly, retracing much of our route
.ag.. ag g g S'gggIg O.R.A RDClR R L* E but stopping at Martins
--Restaurant in FlaglerBeach for an inexpensive but delicious seafood "lunch special'ithat was ee- i )I priced to bring in eniprs and
residents of all ages, It takes about three hours to get to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge from here, but
Wy'cross, GA Femandina Beach, Florida Visit our web site: wellworth thetripfornature
1112 South 14th Street www.Iottsfumiture.com PaFoster-Turey is azoologist
-401- 406 Mary Street '' Eight Flags Shopping Center on Amelia Island. She welcomes
4' ...RN IT I your nature questions andobserM22330br )bvur eai, 904-261-6333 E E o patandbuckoyahoo.com





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WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4.2013 B SECTION NEW~s-LEADER/ FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA


TURKEY TROT v BASKETBALL


.Pirates




..defeat



I ....

BETH JONES
News-Leader

The 3-1 Pirates defeated Trinity Christian 45-33 Saturday The Pirates led 9-7 after a quarter and were up 25-11 by halftime.
Blake Gaskins and Kendall Harris steered the Fernandina Beach High School bpys basketball team to its third win of the season with 10 points apiece. Alex Brown had six rebounds, Harris, Bobby Larsen and Adrian Akins had five boards apiece. Gaskins and Jacob Spence had three steals each. Brown had four blocks.
The Pirates hosted Bolles Tuesday. They travel to Bishop Kenny Saturday.
The Harlem Globetrotters will take fan interaction to a new level when the 2014 "Fans Rule" World Tour comes to Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena in Jacksonville Feb. 28at 7 p.m.: .Online voting is openat harlemglobetrotters.com/ 11 W Lrule; fans can choose which new game-changing rules they want to see.
The Globetrotters were the first organization in sports and entertainment to let fans vote on rules when the team introduced the 'concept last year. Since the fan response was so overwhelm ing, the team is doing it again but with a majQrtwist. The 2014online ballot includes tVf6 never-beforeseen revolutionary rules:
Hot Hand Jersey. Both teams will have a "Hot Hand Jersey" they canh pass among each other. The player who is wearing this jersey will receive dqiblepoints on made baskets.
Make or Miss. The quarter begins with onlytwo.play... ers on the cotirt for each
Happy Thansgiving began with the 5K and oe-il I1Ith annual Vida Race teanim"Whena team scores, a
Series Turkey Trot. In clear and crisp conditions, a record breaking 625 partici- teammate may enter the tue
pants raced, ran or walked for funfr the competition or for belpiig to stock the game. When they miss, the helve[ at he rd: fun'yth Coursee lpn
shelves at the Barnabas Food 1Panr. They came fromall 6over'to enjoy the course player missing the shot must fimnder the live oaks at the Omni Amelia Island. Families woke up early to run leave the court, leaving his or together, like the Scruggs and the Martins. There were best friends who won togeth- her teammates shorthanded. er like Matthew De Villers and obert Alvarado, who graduated from Navy, top 'Trick Shot Challenge.
right. The siterhood ame ready to tackle the 5Kdecorated with anksgiving Via threeciallenge flags per
'tutus, top left. There were smiles from everyone all morning, with successful times team, each coach can chaland goals accomplished, ready to enjoy a Thanksgiving meal. Full race results can lenge the. other team to make be found on www.milestoieraceaathority.com. The K start led by Will Weaver, who a trick hbt. Ifthe team placed first in men 16-19, above left. A very hapyJona Nolte leftt, took first makes the trick shot, they
place in women 25-29. Above right, Steve Scruggs send in men 3539, with son earn five points. If they miss,
Mattie Scruggs. James Hurtseers below fight s t ii en 5 i4. Katherie 'the other team receives five
Irgeis 24, belowicenterwasfir*t overall woman wi time of 1830. Family of points.
rA is 2Lt',b eos A..g4 -o e 6 i i m a 1 8., : 3 0 V,;) -, p . . .
winners, below ceitter, H le Martin, third, girl 1i3-f; Jeritife Marti, first, Tickets start at $24. Visit
women 50-54; andColton Martin, first, boys 12 and under. harlemglobetrotters.com,
PHo sv BcHusnN LwcY/SPECAL www.ticketmaster.com the
-. ..;,,. .. ", ,.' Jacksonville Veterans
', MemorialArena box office or
call. (800) 745-3000.


SCLAYS SHOOT

Councils 8th

annual shoot "~in January"


The Northeast Florida Builder's Association's eighth annual Remodeler's Council orSporting Clays Shoot will be held Jan. 10 at Amelia Shotgun Sports in Yulee.
Registration is at noon; shotgun start at 1 p.m. The event benefits Builders Care.
Cost is $65 per shooter ,r $225 per foursome; 100 targets. Dinner with refreshments will be provided after the event at the awards ceremony.
To register or for iiformation contact Nellie Flynn, NFlynn@nefba.com or (904) 725-4355:,





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-OUTDOORS





Christmas gifts for the outdoorsman

C hristmas is just
around the corner.
Time to go shopping ..
for the outdoorsmen
in your family.
More and more fishermen
and hunters are enjoying the
great outdoors today, making '
Christmas.
gifts they can
enjoy a better idea than
socks on
Christmas
Day.
:Acom -.
mon dilemma with '
OUT DOORS many Christ- A... mas shoppers is they
TeryLacoss have a big problem in selecting Christmas gifts for their outdoorsmen. Let's face reality, when
walking into a local bait and
tackle shop, literally thou-sands of outdoor-related
items are staring you right in
the face.
More fishermen are targeting blue water wahoo off
Northeast Florida and the latest craze includes high-speed
trolling for wahoo weighing
From 30 to over a 100 pbunds. ,.PHOS ByRYCO- S/P The C&H "Mr. Big" and Every outdoorsman years to fly fish, above, making a fly rod combo an excellent gift. Fishing gloves and fish grippers also make excellent stck-046ioiean irent fis shad :tfonie a: ":"d': c:' "I M' "offers
"Wahoo Whacker XL" head ing stuffers Modern cooers keep ice, fish and fod longer and are supper though, below helsea Marin offers a full line of A Yeti coler will
the list while speed trolling make an ex*cilent gift for tfhe outdoorsman in yoiffamily. For the blue water fs ermen in th family, the C&H Mr Big" and "Wahoo Whacker for giant wahoo. Custom XL" will certainly put a smile on your angler' face, below right. I
high-speed lures cost from '
$50-100.
Whether your outdoorsman is a camper, hunter or'
fisherman, Yeti offers a full
line of coolers that keep food
and gamefresh for several
days Yeti coolers start at just
',under $200.
Avacuum seal machine .
also keeps fish and wild game... ....
fresh for several months.The :
'Food Saver Vac 150 sells for ."
around $150and is available ==' -"4
at many area outlets. Be sure ,.
to vacuum seal youi, fish filets
and wild game to keep them
fresh for months to come. ":.
Avery popular Christmas .."
gft is BogaGirips, aunique .- ..# landing device that Aillows
fishermeito graspi their catch while the fish is still "in
e-a r rmove the.: hook, ...
weigh their-catchtake.a_, .
photo and release their catch
without arming the fish."
'Touching fish with human .
hands, oreven a wet tdwel, removes some ofthe protective slime from thi' fish. Boga .
Grip sillftoid $115..
Gerber offers.preinium pliers with all the tools oit- ey es ad impairing the vision. A 4,00' ~lass-spinning'ree1 ie l into the handle, allowing for/ ing shirts that allow fisher-, harmful rays of the sun. Sdoorsmel need to cover vari- Amber lenses are best for the perfect size for mostappli- easy storage when not in Utse. men to roll up the sleeves, 'I also have on sale my ousconditions: both on the fishermen while fishing in cations.of backwater fishing. Fishing or hunting knives have a vented back and dry Redfish and Kingfish books at water and in the woods.i My'. shallow water. Hunters will Also wrap up a spool 6f 20- also make excellent fast. To make this gift even. Amelia Angler Outfitters that
Spair of Gerber pliers are three need yellow lenses, which poundbraidedfishing line, Christmas gifts for the out- better, have the name of-youout, make excellent gifts for both years old and still working. actually make the surrouid- which will handle even the doorsman. Many area bait fisherman's boat embroi- 'thebackwater and offshore
SGerber pliers, sell for around ing woods and outdoors largest backwater redfish. Be and tackle shops offer knife. dered on the shit. Also keep angler in your family. $.65. brighter. A premium pair of, sure to include a spool of 20- packages, which include dif- in mind that the newjerform- A gift certificate ffom local
Premium uiglasses also fishing glasses sells from $50' pound fluorotarbon shock ferent size knives, cleaning ance long-sleeve fishing bait and tackle stores, includmake-excellent gifts forthe 200. leader and pair of popping board and knife' sharpener. shirts are -now becoming ing Atlantic Sefood, Chelsea
outdoorsman. Sunglasses that Fishing rods and reels also cork~that can be used whei Be sure to includea goodpair extremely popular Make sure Marine Supply, Amielia Island have polarized lenses-allow make excellent Christmas drifting live shrimp for reds of fishing gloves so your fish- your fishing shirt hasSPF Bait & Tackle, Leaders &.
fishermen to see deep it presents. For all-around back- and specks. erman is well protected when protection from the sui. Sinkers, AnelAngler'Ouitfitthe water when sightfishing water fishing for sea trout, An excellent gift idea is a releasing fish or cleaning fish. Outdoorsmen also eajoy ters and the Boat Hotse, also for gamefish flounderand redfish, Iwould foldig landing net. Several Fishing shirts also make ,.hats that have a longb.ill makes great preSentfor'
Side shields alsp stole the recommend a seven-foot, net manufacturers have 'greatChristmas presents, which do a inuchbetter job in your outdobrsnian .
sun from shinininginto the medium-action spinning rod.' uniqit.landing nets that fold particularly long-sleeve fish- shading your eyes homhe Merry Christmas.' ,
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OUTDOOR BRIEFS .KING FIIHER .. ..
I I in Callahan at 7 p.m. Membership into the
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Amelia club is'1pen toanyone 16 and older..alt Bob
Island Flotilla 14-1, meets the first-Thursdays Bell at (904) 545-5092 in Callahan or Tim 4.
in the Amelia Island.Lighthouse Cottage McCoy at 261-3735in Fernandina Beach. located on O'Hagan Lane, between 215 and -217 Lighthouse'Circle. Call 261-1889.-' 'i F '
.: ~NSFAmeets 4
... tez's meet ; '.. The Nassau Sport FiTshingAssociation -' "-:
Nassau Bassmasters, associated with the 'meets at7.p.m. the second and fourth WedFlorida lass Federation, the Bass Fede-ralon nesdays ofthe month at-the Ten Acres Kraft and the FLW, meets the first Tuesday of Athletic Club. Call Deborah Biggs at 206-0817 every month at the Pig Bar-B-Que restaurant -or visit www.fishnsfa. com.
FERNANDNA! 1EACI TiDES: ;


Tides Sun at Moon: ecember.4 2di2013
We .- sunrise 7.-SA Low 249A -L03 Sunrise High. I41A'6.58'
Wed. Moonrise 8:37A Hi 93A 7.7, Su M ors
1/ Sunset S:24P Low 3:36P 0.74' 1Z18 Sunset 5:24P H :I1I 6.19
Moonset 7:30P Hih "9:55P 6M67' oonset 1P51P Loh r7:12P -0.11'
Thur. su'""e 78A. La @3- -095' Mon. Sunrise 7:IIA Hgh I'39A .52'
Moonrise 9:33A Hii li.31A .' FirstQuarer 10:13A LOw 7:35A 0S4'
I 2 / 5 os e "P H L* 4 I 2 / 9 Moon ris I:7P High 207P 55'
MoonseS u37P Higns 10:49P .68 sunet 5:24P Law &IOP 0.01
Sunrise 7.9A Low 4:32A -0.71' Moonset 12:52A High 2*39A 6.50'
Moonrise 10:23AHigh 124A 7.53" T es. Sunrise 7:12A LvS:40A 0.52'
1)/6 Sunset 5:24P Law 5:18P -0.49' 1210 "oonr" I:04P HIgh 306P 6.27
Moonset 9:43P High II44P 6.64 Moonset 5:24 Low 907P 0.04' '"" Fishing inl 15 mphtnolrth
Sunr7ie 7:10A L w 528A -0.35' Moonet I.SlA High 3:41A 6.53' A east winds at 55 degrees,
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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4. 2013 SPORTS News-Leader 3B


CUP CHAMPS SPORTS SHORTS

Wyt OirWUmrBy so walkers and slower runners can win too. In.
Tnyaddition to the reindeer trivia contest, there
The 19th annual Knox Wyatt Trout will be prizes for the best holiday costumes
Tournament will be Dec. 8. Fishing is from and a drawing for new shoes. Runners will be safe light until 12:30 p:m. Weigh-in is at the timed using ChampionChipliming. Fernandina Harbor Marina. Walkers are encouraged to enter either the
Awards go to the largest sea trout, redfish, 5K or half-marathon. There wil be a 3 1/2flounder and heaviest slam, which includes hour time limit, so walkers must be able to do one redfish, one trout and one flounder. a 16-minute mile.
Lunch and awards will follow at the Amelia Runners and walkers will receive jingle Angler Outfitter courtyard. bells to wear on their shoes. Beer will be
Entry fee is $25 per angler; non-boaters available and there will be Starbuckscoffee, pay $125 for guided trip. For information, call hot chocolate and homemade cookies. Local the Amelia Ageat2127orealmi oganizatn wisaf hoeid okes oa
SUBMITIED the Anelia Angler at 261-2870 or email ameli- organizations will staff holiday-themed water The Amelia Island U16 Barracudas competed in the DC Cup Nov. 23-24 at the Arling- aangler@net-magic.net. stops and runners and walkers can vote for
ton Futbol Club. The Lady Barracudas took first place after beating the undefeated their favorite the winner will receive $100
Creeks 2-0 in the championship game. The Barracudas include, back row from left,. YMCAyouih)sk.tll for charity..
Coach Rick Hammett, Dynasty Burchett, Amy Strozinsky, Katie McNeil, Ashley Her- The McArthur Family YMCA is offering Also, runners are urged to bring new or
rera, Jessica Bradley, Katie Rojas, Shelby Bradley, Mia Martinez, Danielle Pritchard, youth basketball this winter. Registration is. gently used runningshoes and donate them Coach Lee Burchett, Coach Bill Pinkston; front row, water girl Grace Burns, Ray open; season begins week of Jan. 3 and runs to Soles4Souls, which makes them available
SMartinez, Sydney Nadeau, Tony Hernandez, Mariah True, Emma Smith, Katherine through March 7. Teams will practice once to people in need. There will be.race photog: Doss, Mikayla Breen, Emma Johnson, Caroline Augustine and Riley Hammett. weekly, Monday through Thursday.from 5-9 raphy by Speedy Banana.
p.m. Games will be played Friday evenings Santa will be running with the kids in the and/or Saturdays. one-mile and half-milefun runs. A parent or
This year's participants will receive a new guardian must register each participant. Tteam jersey and end of season award. For shirts won't be given for the kids' runs but all
(.OX captures Frday's blitz. ti t sitirtostrca~ lace.shere will alsoie a is owmn careanwith
information or to register online, visit finishers will receive a snowman charm neckwww.firstcoastymca.org. lace. There will also be a kids' zone alea with
SLast Wednesday was ". and hqrs d'oeuvres are $125. activities and fun at the race start/finish area.
cold and nasty dy l]ut32 GOLFNEWS For the reception and awards Headphones, animals, bicycles and
players stillcame outtotheGOLF ceremony only, the cost is strollers are not allowed on the course. No
Fernandiia Beach Golf Cfib $15. Santa Claus is coming to town in run- refunds, duplicate awards or walk awards.
for the gam e..h e weather. Cox, Jeff H iphrey (85, plus This event is a local nirg shoes. He'll be part of the festivities as For information on the event, contact Boler
had lots to do with the scor-.: 3) Claude Hirtley (87,;plus Knights of Columbus major the Reindeer Run half-marathon and 5K at 491-4959. If you'd like to be part of this fun ing. Andy Palmisano, (85, lus 2), John LaFear (83, minis 3) charity fundraiser for the run/walk eturn to Femandina Beach; begin- event by helping out, contact volunteer coordi4) was the top guy. Paulieis and Ken Maynard (106, year. The group has histdri- h ning at 7 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, at Maio Beach nator Becky Spangler at (703) 655-4558.
ler (93, plus 3) was second minus 3). T itsecond were cally supported organizations Park. The Reindeer Run is presented annually
and Dick Peterson (97, plus Therriailt, Bruce Smiyk (82, in Nassau County such as The picturesque half-marathon course will by the Amelia land Runners club. If you're
2) was third: plus 2), John Rudd (92,plus'. Special Olympics, the Salva- include North Fletcher Avenue, Fort Clinch not amember, you cansign up now and be
First-place team included 1) and Jack Croake (80 tion.Army Hope House; State Park and Old Town. There will also be eligible to save'on your registration (Club disBillAllen (87, plus 1), Mike- minus 2). Nassau Council on Aging, the fun runs for young runners, lots of family- count not available on Active.com.)
Robley (84, plus 1), Ron Capturingthird placewere ColdNight Shelter, Ark of friendly contests and activities, live music on Infoirmation, registration forms andonline
Peterson (93, even), John "Bill Abee (84, plus 4), Mat Nassauand Care Center of the course and medals for all half-marathon registration are available on the dlub's website SVanderhoof (84, minus 3) and Danaher& ~7 lus a), Jerry 'Nassau. finishers. at its new address, AmeliaRunners.com.
Larry Griner (97 minus 4). Dean (78&, plus2, Tom Wuitz. Thelocal Knightsf There will be plenty of holiday goodies for
Second was clinched by (9, minus 5) In fourth were Columbus also support the runnersand walkers. Half-marathoners Will G"E" GflCB ii SoRSA "
Palmisano, BillJones (84, Don Seban (88, plus 2), Jim United Service Organizations .receiv. a long-sleeve technicafl-shirt"," ir Tike t t 6 A T ly
,. plus 1); Jacque Burette (100, R ffone (91, even), Jack at Jacksonville Intferntioal white this year Half-marath fiisheralso Gatickets wlthe n a h TaSlaylacem plus~~~~ec 1); Jong ,I,00eeve:.echneve), Jakalso
minus 3) and Dave Mudd McGahee (102, minus 3) and Airport and the Wh elchair get a finisher'smecal that will add multile rhr Bl e n s l Tg willa ta fro
:Mc-Alhr-enr (I-Q,2i,,=~r,=inrt'= minu 8)an aceatin 6n.an.1,, 'matchnga4-a~rtm,
5"(101, minus 8).: .-/ 'Sammy Alvarez (78, minus 3). Foundation (focusing on pro- colors and can double as a Christmas ree plae aternJnonfea e ag Taking third were Peter- ar viding wheelc hairs for veter- ornament. 5K runners will receive a holiday- theSoutheasten Conference against team
son, Claude Hartley (94, ,, Of l ans), ood foi Families theme cotton T-shirt designedby a local stu- e n SP N fn w
minus 3), David McCullough Progrm, Cots for Kids (pro-', dent., vised on ESPN2. l c
en The 2014 TaxSlayer com Gator Bow
(110, minus 3) and Larry The St. Michael Knights of vidin coats for needy chil- In addition, 5K and half-marathon runners Thk t0h4 T yerof tr Bwi
McCorkle (86, minus 3). In Columbus's fourth annual dren), Bast Buddies at and walkers will receive a coupon good for marks the third yearof its partership with
fourth were Jack McGahee '. Charity Golf Tournament will Fernia dina Beach High free breakfast at- the oceanfront Elizabeth TaxSlayer.com bandits fourth year associated
nree re fa a eoc a o llz e Witlh twoofthe natio's geet collegate :foot: (97, plus 1), J.ohn LaFear (77, beheld Dec. 6 n the Oak Scho~and Yulee High Pointe Lodge T... t o n g cegi
Splus 1),. Chris Cox (91, minus Marsh course at the Omni Schoo and the St. Michael In addition, the event will benefit the Toys ball conference theSEC and Big Te .
3)aa n.e vn wree e os- Ticket prices for' the T'ax~layer com -Gaor"
:3) and Jeff Humphrey (93, Amelia Island Plantation. Acade y. .for Tots program. A one-mile kids'fun run with that ill be played at EverBank Field in
minus 7). The contest will, include. St Michael Council is one Santa will begin at 10 a.m. and half-mile at Jacksonville, are $80 for VIP seats apd $60
Friday was a littlebetter team and individual awards of morethan 14,000 councils 10:15 with a 100-yard "Tiny Reindeer Dash" Stadium spats A limited number of lub for tadiumsaats.Alimitedfnumberof Club
Sand thesoresshowed. a ongwith a silefint auction worldwideand the Knights of at 10:30: a.m. Seatc
Forty players showed up with and raffle Colu bus have a.total mem- Allfinishers willreceive a snowman" charm t packages are avaa6 ge g
Chris Cox (87, plus 8) taking Registration and-warm-up berhip of more than' 1.8 nil- necklaceand admission to the kids' runs is wwwgaTo purchase tickets or packages go to(04)79-1700
top honors. Two tied for sec- begin at 11a.m. with a shot- lin free with a gift donation to Tys fr Tots (or$5 wwwgatorboWlco or ca (904) 798-700
ond at plus 5- Ron Therri- gun start at 11:30 a m. Foi, information and to without a toy)
ault (83) and Larry Griner Play is a captain's choice register, contactTom Smee- A big hit from last year's run will be return- .,
i(89). and handicap using a four-per- ton at 321-49139 or J.P at. ing' ustom-made reindeermile-markers, Amelia Island Boules Club holds petanque
First-place team included son scramble format. Golf (917) 803-6579. eadh in different jolly garb. Observant runners pickup games Saturdays at 9:30 a.m.,
.an ,.. ad walkers whoremember details of the Wednesdays at 4:30 p. m. and Thursdays at
'teinoier markerk!can win pnzes after the run 3:30 p.n.t the Femandina'iBeach curtsit TENNSNEWS ;i:a cont r'And new this y ar theou'th".nd.of th...dit. thIieirira'.
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under way at the Central Park day morning. Bo McCollum at 321-2233 or. The fastest runners will win overall and game The public is welcome to join
courtsfor all junior levels of .Email michelemaha@msn. ,.visit www.kraftte nnis.com. age-group awards, but the event is designed Call 491-1190 for information. play. Callifig the parks and 'om for frter iformation .....
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Kraft Tennis Club'memtion's tennis for homeschool- berships are available at the
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2013-14 SCHEDULES S ,wood n Club The World Challrige does not count Rory Mctlroy biied the 1811 Tournament Reults
Thoand Oaks, Calif. to ardany of the official stats for the ; hole to beat Adam Scott int cir FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL' Jan 9 at Hilliard 6 .30 7,027 yards, Par 72 PGA Tour, but most of the top stars the Australian Open. Mcllroy, cor 18
w- eating aR o Bi ,Jan 10 at Fmand na Beach 4:30/7"3Q show up because of the host. Th play ing with Scott started the
Dec. 11 cotuinty at Yuie 6:00 Jan.18 WEST NASSAU 61730 Defending: Graeme McDowell event is hosted by Tiger Woods. The last round four shots behind Scott, but 2.Adam Scott
Dec. 18 ENGLEWOOD 6:00 Jan. 24 EPISCOPAL 67 S30ot
Jan. 3-4atCay Rotary Tourney Jan 28 BAKERCOUNTY 4L3S:30 re; 17-under par touramentstartedi2000 and Woods drew evwhen he eagled the seventh
Jan. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~4 8YLE .53 Ja.2BLL seor) 4303
J.88 ai CamenDun als 5 0 Jan 29BLL (nr 4 30/7"30 has either won theeventorfinished second everyyearhe's competed in and birdied the eighth. Scott went a
Jan. 22 atEdWe D ul00 YULtEHGHCHOOL ".. w et
Ja. 2a BER COUNTY 50 YULEEHIGH SoccOr OL it, except in 2005when hefinished in a tie for 14th. He withdrew from the hot ahead with a birdie at the inth. .. Joh Senden
Feb. istct3AaYulee 9:45am Dec 5 at Raines 5 30 tournament in 2009 due to injuries suffered from the Thanksgiving night Scott bogeyed the finrial hole and then
Feb. 7-8 Regon 1-1A at Bishop Snyder Dec. 9 at Ribault" 5:30
Feb 14-15tate atLakeland : Dec. 11 FEaNANDINA 5:30 car crash thattook the world by storm and sideined his golfing career. In watched Mdllrby sink a 10 foot putt for Dec.13 FIRST:COAST 5:30
FERANDINAEACH HIGH SCHOOL J an10 atniversityChilan 530 2011, Tiger Woods won the World Chalenge for hisfirst victory in more birdie to n the toumamet. "I wantedto get a n linay ve been
S RGids Soccer Dstriot" Senor niht than two years and26touraments. able to get one," Mcllroy said after getting his first win of2013.
De.4at Raineer .5W.:30n 6 ubmns ysieg hi is'
Dec.10 STANTON '60 YULEEHIGH SCHOOL
Dc,.llatuiae. .. :.30 .'"wrestlin-g~~V&'1 ~ d1 -' a -. = - --' " -"
Dec. 13 atNease. 6:00- .Dec.7 atTlgerinvitational 8am
Dec 16 WEST NASSAU' 530' Dec.11 COUNTY 445 PGA Event Northwestern Mutual World __ Charl Schwartzel the 201, 1 ': Rory rnclo"
Dec 17 BOLLES 6:00 'Dec. 13-15 ai KIwants Invite 300 O .
Dec. 18 at Ribault" 5:30 .Dec. 21 JV Christmas, Camden .am 1 Slge Mastes Champion, fired a Turned Professional: 2007
Jan. R NIDENE 6:00 Ja5. at Ga. .a 4-under-par 68 to successfully WoldRanking: 6*,
Jan 1 7at Bishop Kenny 6 6:0 Jn. at uals; Camden am Thu, 12/5 12pm-3pm GOLF .. .. defend his Alfred Dunhill 2014 PGA Eanings: $231,500
District Jan.25 Brunswick10-wayduals F Fri, 12/6 12pm-3pm GOLF Championship title Schwarizel finished with PGATourWins; 6
Feb. 1 DISTRICT ..
FERNANDNA EACH HIGH SCHOOL 1 H HDISHTOL Sat,- 20am-I2pm .GOLF a 17-undertotal of 271 at Leopard Creek
Dec. 6 HAINS" 53./ Boa.Soccer Sat 12/1 12pm3:00pm. NBC in northern South Afiic to secure his ninth
Dec.1 ew Jakn 50 at Rnes Sun, 12/8 10ami-12pm. GOLF European Tour victory and third at this event, Through er1,20ot
Dec.14 FIRST COAST CHRISTIAN 5:00 &090c11 FERNANDINA 720 J 12i-0p B aigsecured his maiden win here in 1 im ale
Dec.19 T Eagle's View 6:00 JanY 1 at Universityin 7:20) Ji W
Dec.19 TR Eae's i ewTY 7:00 Jan.10 at Unveiyhnlan 72o 2005. "It'salways nice to get a win and'get 684 pts. I ,2toptens
Dec. 27-28 J.T. Smith tourney, Callahan 'YULEE HIGH SCHOOL "an.227-2a T mit houmey Callahan6:30 UI. sEE b HOOLso m e Co nfiden ce up,' aid the 29 year old 2 ) H a ris E n g lis h
Jan. 6 at Ribault t. 5A07 Dec. 5 At Epopa 600 Which golfer has the most wins after Schwartzel became the first player to win
Jan. 10 YULEE 8:.600'! Dec. 6 BALDWIN 6:00. playerts winp en
Jan. 14 WEST NASSAU 617:30 Dec. 10 WEST NASSAU 6:00 tuningg 40 years of age? 'the Alfred Dunhill Championship three times. .
Jan 16 EPISCOPAL 617"30 Dec. 12 FERNANDINA" 6:00
Jan.18 tBIshopSnyder .6:00 Dec. 16 tiRalnes' 6:00 a)SamSnead c)VijaySingh In addition to his three wins at this event, ) RyanMofe
'Jan.'20 ST. JOSEPH 4*5.'0, -Dec 18' af!Craeksde 6-00 'Jan.23 at Ponte Vdra S67:30 Dec1 at Bak ntCouny 6.00 b) Jack Nicklaus, d)'Steve Stricker Schwarizel was runner-up in the2006, 2007, 639 pts. / 2top tens Jan. 27-31 strict 4-4A at Ribault Dec..27-28 J.T. Smith at West Naasau 2010 and 2011 seasons
Disattct- Jan:9 at: Josh 06 Answer: c) iy Singo hasW irafter ng40 2 4) Webb Simpson
Jan. 10' 'at' Fenardina. 6:00 a585pts./tuto r ng
FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL Jan.13 atTrinity. 6:00 85pts. I 2top tens
Boys S6ccer Jan 14 PONTE VEDRA 6:00
Dec. 4 at Haines 720" 'Jan. 16 at West Nassau 6:00
S e 720 J6an.21 RAINES 600Orioftheawkwardshotsthatcanreallybemasteredwithabitofpracticeis
'Dec. 13, EPISCOPAL 5:3017120 Jan. 23 JACKSON 6:00 t]e paant. readyucnnttk ornablfranceis..enu 5) Chris Kirk
Dec. 18 at Crlee"d 312 a.2-a. eita ial
Dec.18 WEST NASSAU* 72:0 Ja24 EPISCOPAL 6 take your noral stance As you 577pts. I 1.optens
ne.8 Creie 5:3020 treb.dstrictatRbaut may expect, youwil need to tUn your body around and do the oppose of what you
Jan. 13 atKeysoneHeights 6 00 E B normaly do. You want to use irons with the biggest faces (wedge or 9-iron) and flip it FedEx Cup Standings continued..
::Jan. 13' atWOtsLFSON~ 6-00 FEN'DN BEAC MI15s~o
Jan 20-24 Dstrtct 3-2A at West Nassau RN Bays BaskM DLEoSto COlh your fliped stance As you prepare to make your swing, the first piece FM -E It
Disti Dec1 tDu v arer -:eof advice is t not take a full awing. A-shortbackswingwilleliminateanyerrorssince 6) Dustin Johnson 550 1
i ." Dlstdt Dec19 cALLAHAN 5/6;30
-. FERNANDINABEACH'HIGH SCHOOL Jan.10 YULEE(n school) 215f3:30 you are notusedtoswingingthe dub this way (backwards). You also wantto abbreviate hefolow- 7) Jason Bohn 419 2
Boys Basketball. Jan. 13 at Carmien 420/5:30 8)BrianStuard 364 1
Dec. 6 YULEE,(ninth grade) 7:00 Jan 14 fStMarys 420/5:30 hf0Ugh, trying1keep yourightam straight {normay, you want to keep your left arm s ht). Try ) Chr desarI 347 3 ,.Dec. 7 at Bishop Kenny 6172"0 Jan1 6 at i-Ihiard: 5/5: 9) S CdeHowelII 34,
Dec.10 atUilveity.Chnslan 617.0 Janl. ST.MARY 4.30/53 hste1hnique.outafew andyoushodbeableogetagodgraspoftfairlyqud 10)iaySingh 36 1
, Dec.12 at Yulee'- 4:3073 0 Jan. 24 at Yulee (in school) 2:30/4 a
Dec. 13 WEST NASSAU' 6/730 Jari 28 CAMDEN 4/5:30 Dec. 14 at Camden (ninth grade) 1130 Jqn. 30 HILLIARD .546:30
' Dec.17 atRibaulr-. 507 Jan:31 DUVALCHARTER 6/630
Dec.20 BISHOP SNYDER 6/7.30 Feb. 10 at Callahan 5/:30
"-Dec. 27-28 a J:T. Smitoumey-Ca lahan Feb. 11 SemfinalsatFBMS /6:30 : E *.
Jan. 4 TRINITY 617:30 Feb. 13 Semiflnals at HMS 5/:30
Jan. 6 BISHOP KENNY (ninlh) 6 00 Feb. 14 County finals at FBMS 5/:30
Jan. 7 RAINES" 617:30 '*- -9~iv
Jan. 10 YULEE 4:307.30 I
Jan. 11 STANTON 6/730 YULEE-MIDDLE SCHOOL
Jan. 14 at West Nassau 62017 Boyslasketbal fia i "
Jan. 16 at Bishop Kenny (ninlh) 600 .Dec. 6 CAMDEN 5 /6:30
'Jan. 17 ANDREW JACKSON' 61/:30 Dec. 10 BAKER COUNTY 51:30
,Jan. 21 atBIshopSnyder 617:30. 'Dec. 12 PROVIDENCE : 5/:30
Jan. 23 at Bolles 6/7:30 Dec. 13 at St Marys 44/;30 Jan. 24 HILLARD 6/7:30 Dec. 16 BOLLES 6/700
Jan. 28 at Episcopal 617230 Dec. 17 atlliard 54:/30
-"Jan. 31 UNIVERSITY CHRISTIAN 6/730 Dec. 20 at :raence 5/30
Feb. 4-8 District 4-4A at Rbault Jan. 7 at Ep4sc0pal- f4.30/5;45.
Dlstict -Jan. 9 at a~tCounty 4/:30
HIG SCOOL..Jan. 10 at Femandilaneach 2:15f/:30
YULEE HGSCOLJan. 14 at Carrider' 4/5:30
Dec. 6 at Stanton 52307 Jan. 21 CHARLTON COUNTY 4/:30 B abn to5 lip
Dec. 12 FERNANDINA. 4:301730 Jan. 24 FERNANDINA" 2.30/4
Dec.13 PAXON 617:30 Jan.30 CALLAHAN 5/:30 :
Dec. 16 at Ralnes 52017 Feb. 4 .at Callahan 6*:30
Dec. 17 CAMDEN 6/7:30 Feb. 11-14 County at FBHS, HIlliard
Dec. 27-28 at Jo-ny T. Smith (WNHS) Boys play-at 230 p.m. llJan. 2-4 at Batte in the Gulf tourney 'A.






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Yulee Middle School is
proud to announce they
raised more than
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CAPITAL CONTRIBUTION NASSAU COUNTY ANIMAL SERVICES


This handsome fellow's
: name is Rebel. Rebel has a
beautiful reddish brown coat
with white markings.
:t. He is approximately one
year old and weighs 70
/ / !- ~ pounds. He is just one big
bunch of lovin! Rebel loves
everyone. He is used to being
.... -..in the house and being part of
S -a family. He is up-to-date on
/ //=/all his boosters and is heart- worm negative. The adoption
/ fee includes the neuter
/-...appointment, a one-year County Animal Services to
rabies vaccine and a meet him in person, We're
S- microchip. located at 86078 License .
To see Rebel interacting Road, Yul e, and open for
with our volunteers, go to adoptions Tuesday through
www.nassaucountyfl.com or Friday, 11 am. to 4 p.m.,
www.petfinder.com. When Saturdays 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
suBMrrrED you see what alove bug he is, and closed Sundays and
Dan Ward and Paul Krom held a sunset champagne tasting Oct. 26 at "Paradiso," their home on South please come to the Nassau. Mondays.
Fletcher Avenue with panoramic rooftop views of the beach, to benefit the Nassau Humane Society's capital campaign to build a new shelter.
"A Taste 6f Wine by Steve" provided the champagne and sparkling wines and hors d' oeuvres for airingss were C ATS ANGELSprepared by a local chef. Peterbrooke Chocolatier provided sweets for the pairings as well. The event raised '__$5,000.
Above from left at the check presentation are Amanda Johnson, Nassau Humane Society Animal Services, with Avicci is a very handsome
Sea Bass, Dan Ward and Paiiul Krom, owners of Paradiso, Do na Raskin of Wines by Steve and Brandy Carvalho, young male cat. He is an executive director of the Nassau Humane Society. orange tabbywith soft fur,
beautiful gold eyes and a long
.......... : fluffy tail. Avicci is a boy With
S a sweet nature who wants to
take his time to get to know
St MaryS IIOME.& GARDEN BRIEFS g:
S t. M at: s -you Then you can expecta.
loving cat with plenty of purrs,
pres ntsmlap time and reminders that it's time for treats! Avicci is
The Amelia Farmers neutered, tested, currenton
*Market, aka Fernandina all vaccinations and microChris TI4S Farmers Market, will host chipped. The Christmas Shop at
Keep Nassau Beautiful on Meet felines of every size Cats Angels Thrift Store is
Dec. 7. Itwilt have poinset- and description in our cattery stocked with all the items.you
f h le U T tias in a variety of sizes and who are waiting for their e will need this holiday -cards,
colors including red, pink, lives and "forever" homes. decorations, tableware,gift
ST MARYS, Ga. The St. white, marble (pifik with Please call 321-2267 to meet items and more.
Marys Christmas Tour of white), and jingle bells (red with ah Adoption Coordinator The 2014 Purrfect Cats of
Homes is a festive tradition with white). These are all or visit our website wwwcats, CatsAngels calendar is now. i
that captures the spirit of the florist quality'plants in 6.5- angiels.com i 6n sale atour Thrif Store for
holiday in historic St. Marys, inch containers priced at Cats Angels Adoption $10-it makes a great gift.
Ga. Pe tour will be held $10, with a portion of the Cen'ter/Thrift Sto re-is located Please stop by Cats Angels
Saturday,,Dec. 14 from 5.30-9 proceeds going to support at 709 5. Eighth St and open Thrift Store/Adoption Center
p.m. and will feature an Nassau Countybeautifica-. Monday through Saturday andhelp support the kitties ,%
assortitent of beautifully dee- tion and education projects. from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m Come through adoptions, purchases
orated private homes, bed and Keep Nassau Beautiful is P9.TO BYELIZABETHWILKES/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER' to the Megh Adoption Eveht and donations of resale iterms,
breakfasts, shops and historic' charitable and educational being held this Friday,,. or for cat cari ,- itis allgreatly
churches. organization that educates Satufday aud Sunday'from 10 appreciated.
Eac h uniquely ornamented citizens in ways to prove StaZuly, Flora ~ nson, Jim Flanagan, Doug a.m. to 6 p.m at the There are too many home
location will warm yotir heart the community's appear- Ieatherbury and Ruth Dober were among the home- Jacksonville Fairgrounds. less animals in Nassau,
and wil give you some great ance. It estblisled and owners who attended the first Florida-Friendly Cats Angels will be there with County. Please help thissituaiew ideas for your own maintains a litter control pro- Landscapingsession held inNassau County. It was other rescue groups, shelters tion by havinganimals in your
Christmas decorating. An' gram utilizing the Keep -*one of a dozen "Landscape Matters" topics conducted from Northeast Florida and care spayed and neutered. annual favorite onthe tour is AnericaBeautiful System, 'a in 20i3 by Nassau C~unty Master Gardeners More- hundreds of cats, dogs,kit Cats Angels can help..Call Orange Hall, a circa 1829 ,behavioral approach to than 30 homeowners learned the nine principles of a tens and puppies. You.can 321-2267 or yisit our website Greek revival mansion. This changing attitudes and, FFL landscape. For more information on Floridai- make a difference in the life of at www.catsangels.com. Spay
house museum recently habits about proper solid Friendly Landscaping see http://fyn.ifas.ufl.edu/home one animal and they will make and neutet it's the responsi- '
received an extensive exterior waste handling, develops... owner.htm. Master Gardqners are on phone duty a difference in yours. ble solution. I renovation and will be open plans to improve the com- Fridays, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.at 491-7340. and decrare the eye .- n >u r's ace aneaca~ sw -.>, .->s,w. .
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Antiques & Collectibles will and beautiful environment Farmers Market is open Snacks, lunch and beverSeach be open to tourpartici- The poinsettia sale is a every Saturday from 9a.m.-1 ages will be provided or' pants and will serve as fundraiser to help with its p.m. at the Shops at Omni bring your own Registration
refreshment stations on the programs. Amelia'Island Plantation, for each clas is $75 per pertour. Additionally, The Blue Also at the market with plenty of easy access son. Class size is limited to
Goose will be hosting the Saturday will be All About parking. No pets, please. 25 participants.
acoustic country-blues duo 4 U.S. with sockeye salmon Call 4914872 or visitwww The Jan. 18 workshop, Belmont & Jones duringthe from Bristol Bay; Alaska,' ameliafarmersmarketcom. "Perfecting Exposure andevening. home of the largest sockeye Composition" is geared for
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-Experience the charm of run in the world. Once the Fernandina Beach photographers of all levels.
anEauxphicsotherntb~ni of "ru is he wold 0 i
an authentic southern town fish are delivered to the pro- Market Placefarmers' mar- The Feb. 22 workshop, that's a!l alight for the holi- 'cessing facilty,'they are fil- ket is obpenwith a wide vari- "Beyond theBasics: days. The tour is the perfect leted, pin boned, vac packed a ety ofvendorson North Capturing Your Vision," is event: to'gather friends and aid frozen immediately to Seventh Street on downtown aimedat intermediate and family andsimply enjoy preserve freshness. Artisan Amelia Island to make your advanced photographers. Gypsy is a true rescue dog and-greet!
Spending time together. Black Garlic will offer their -holiday shopping a little' Both includefield-time and truly deservingofa' Swirl is asWeetheattwho
Tickets are $15 in advance trio of handcraftedvinegars more easyand a lot more classroo? instruction and wonderful home! She was gets her namefrom the color and $20 the day of the event and Clean Ridge Soap will be fun. ,reviews/critiques. found-tied to a tree and was pattern of her gorgeous dilute
Advance tickets can be pur- at themarket with their full Opei from 9 ain. to 1 Register at fearful at first, but she quickly toftoiseshell coat! She's a
chased atthe St. Marys -- line of-signature bar soaps, p.m., the friendliest farmers www.wildamelia.com or pick learned to trust us, and now Domestic Shorthair mix, Welcome Center or the liquid soaps, lotions, balms market in Floridaithis week up a form at theFAtlantic you couldn't ask for a happier, about 18 months old, and very
Kingsland Welcome Center. and soy candles. welcomes returning vendors Recreation Center, Fort sweeter dog. She may have affectionate. Her coatis a
via cas or check. Attendees Meteor Street Produce is Steephill Vermont Maple Clinch Visitor Center, or at -been used for breeding and striking, mixture of gray and
should plan in driving from atthemarket every, Syrup's, on their first visit of the branches of First might not have had much lv- pink: She has gorgeous, palepoiint to point. butall stops are Saturday with their organic the season, local retailer Federal Bankof Florida. ing in he life until nodw;so she green eyes, too.She's mediconvenientlylocated within and locally grown produce Bliss-and their delicious Mail registrations are ~wants to make up for lost ', um-sized and has an endearthe downtown district. including seasonal greens cakes and cookies,and accepted until Jan 1 and- time. She seems gfirateful to beh ingly short, stout face. She
Additional holiday events -including at least two kinds Lizzie's fabulous cheese 'online until Jan. 17. For in a place where people show loves to be petted and has a include the Santa Express of kale, collards and mus- straws. questions'contact Dawna her affection, so just imagine great personality, and she's
Train Rides on Dec. 7, an orig- tards as well as spinach, One of the newer ven- Moore at dawnamoorepho- how wonderful she'll be in a,, ready for a.forever home!You,inalmusical, "Forever broccoli,'different types of dors is Barbara's Cinnamon to@yahoo.com or call 904-, loving forever homewithyou! ganee photos andvideos of.
Christmas," will be performed -lettuces, and carrots. Apples. These are feshFuji 556-4880. She's a Black Mouth Chr mix, *our adoptable dogs and cats at
at Theatre by theTrax on Tomatoes including romas, apples poached in a home- .h.1l band about 18 months old. She. our website,
Dec. 13, 14 and 15 and ginger, garlic, onions includ- made cinnamon syrup. They Shel ofTalbot has a gorgeous tan coat with: NassauHumaneSocietycoma.
Cuiberland Island's Plum ing shallots, sweet potatoes, afe unique, deliefits and, Join a park ranger to.. black on her muzzle and "mas- Our,14th annual Christmas Orcfard Christmas Tou is and at least one or two types preserved so no refrigera- -learn about the difference- caia" around her soulful dog parade, the Parade of scheduled for Dec. 15. For -of fruit as well as unusual tion is necessary: Some of. between a conch and a brown eyes. She's-medium- Paws, is'this coming Saturday Plum Orchard, you will see -and heirloom produce will the many ways to enjoy, whelk, or a cockle andia sized, less than 50 pounds, morning! Dress your dog in a the historic Carnegie mansion be at the market. Whbi in these apples are oVer ice clam? Discover how to iden- and fully grown, a fine size for Christmas costume for the decked out in its elegant holi- season, fresh herbs, starters cream, yogurt, cottage tify many of the frequently a house dog. She loves toys half-mile walk along Centre day decor. Reservations are :- and "on the spot" cuttings cheese, with pork roast, found shells that wash up on and loves to play, but most of Street, and you could win an limited and should be made in for the kitchen are available. chops or barbecue. Once the Talbot Islands State all she'll love to cuddle with award. There will be fun activadvance. Call (912) 882-4335 -Organic dry goods include you have finished the apples, Parks shores on Dec. Yat 2 you and just be by your sidg. ities before and after the walk forregular 9 a.m. or 11:45 am. cinnamon, chia seeds, cacao try-using the syrup i4cola, p.m. at the Ribault Club-on She may have never walked at the Old Raiload Depot ferry reservations and payan -- bits and vanilla beans. tea (hot or cold), cranberry Fort Geoi-ge Island Cultural on a leash before, but she has downtown. Late registration
- additionalS6 fee to be includ-'- Bottega by Li Grenamyer juice, lemonade, or in-a tasty state Park. No reservations picked it up quickly and Walks starts at 10 a.m., ynd the walk: ed in the Plum Orchard has an outstanding holiday appletini. Oneof their client -are necessary and the pro- ,very well. She's intelligent and begins at 11 a.m. Registration
Christmas Tour The ferry -menu that can be ordered even uses them to make gram is free. For informa- eager to please. She's a leaner, fee is $10, and you can regisreturns to St. Marys at 5:30 and picked up from the mar- "moonshine." Cinnamon tion contact the Talbot who geirtlyleans in on you for ter in advance at the NHS Dog p.m. ket including hors d'oeuvres Apples will be:available in Islands Ranger Station at all the loving she can get, and Park, the Second Chance
The St. Marys Christmas from mini.jumbo lump crab holiday packs consisting of a (904) 251-2320. she'll be your faithful best store, Redbones Dog Bakery,
Tour of Homes event is spon- .cakes to brie baked in pastry nice gift bag, tissue, ribbon ... friend for a lifetime. From or oni NassauHumaneSociety.
sored by the St Marys with sugared pecans to and a gift card The cost of Home tourwhat we've seen, she seems to com (click on "events"). While'
Convention & Visitors entrees of whole beef ten- holiday wrapping is $2 (plus .' The Garden Club-of St. do withtine with people, chil- you're on the website, please
Bureau: For information, con- derloins with horseradish the cost of the apples you Augustine invites the com- dren and other dogs, so check out our Holiday Gift tact the St. Marys Welcome cr~me fraiche, sides and ,would like to give). munity to-attend "La please bring your family and Guide and Holiday
Center at (912) 882-4000 or desserts including pumpkin Saturday, Dec. 7 the mar- Navidad en la Florida," the other dogs over for a meet- Membership Drive! info@stmaryswelcome.com. chiffon pie, southern bour- ket will be hosting the 45th Annual Tour of Honies,
bon pecan pie, and chocolate Nassau Humane Society as from noon to 5 p.m. Dec. 8. cream pie with shaved white its featured nonprofit booth, Visit six private homes chocolate. Just-baked focca- and Galkriel Arnold will be dating from the 1800s- in hiscia, crusty breads, sweet playing a wonderful.mix of toric downtown St August- San breads, cobblers and lots of music. ine, decorated for the holipastries are very popular at Open raii or shine, for days with fresh floral Santa will be coming to the people. All that is required is Spouse's and be sure to stop -information visit Fernandina designs. Enjoy tea and hand- PawsAbility thrift shop in the a donation of dog or cat food, for something new as they BeachMartPlace.com, made craft boutique at Trini- Harris Teeter shopping cen- to help the furry friends in
are always arriving with a "like" therm on Facebook, or ty Church Fellowship Hall. ter on Dec. 14 between 10 residence at the RAIN new delicious creation. The call (904) 557-8229. Tickets are $20 in a.m. and 2 p.m. Bring your Humane shelter have a spemarket also is the perfect advance, $25 the day of the furry friend to have their pic- cial Christmas. Visit
place for all your landscap- Photography tour. Buy online at christ- ture taken with Santa. www.rainhumanespca.org for
ing material at Ever mastourofhoines.com using This event is for pets and information.
SUBMITTED Blooming Gardens and pick PayPal or credit cards or by
The St.- Marys Christmas up a plant at the market. Wild Amelia 2014 wil calling Ddnha at (904) 829- D O N 'T LI T TER
Tour of Homes is Dec. 14 To sign up for the E-Mail hold two all-day photogra- 6004 or Ben at (904) 825- A NEUTER
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PEOPLE&PLACES ImSport Services hosts openhouse
.F luppor 7 dircto. us and get infor- remains 225-5347. County
S) i t atiboit aoption, foster FSS is the lead agency for The FSS Nassau Comnty SPEML HMIS the first Amelia Islanders. an oner-foster care, adoption and fan office hoststhe popular
Learn about their culture and ges- urman p i vo in ssauand Breakfast Iarning Seris a
AIDS Dayevents history at the next Wild Nite, as nt ehl f i a tisrean Bcatia~
a~tron ;bxei; thtak e-lcalfkilie& Dua counties. feduatolpi- e
The North Florida chapter sponsored by Wild Amelia, on saidTh The FSS Nassau county turingdcaleperts
of the Names Project is provid- Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at the Peck new eSS fe .at new SS office is centrally office is currently serving 3 b csofimportance and ing panels of the AIDS CenterAuditorium, 516 South ca ahigh traffic Area local children in fstercare valu parents care r
Memorial Quilt for viewing in 10th St. in Femandina Beach. t and vides improved con- with anadditional. f34 childre and soial services proes
Nasau County through Dec. The event is free and open to rt Venitoour clients and the receiving in-oe services.In iona. Bekfst
30 at Baptist Medical Center the public. pub additionFS is proidingm- aning Seri is held the
Nassau, 1250 South 18th St. Keith Ashley, Ph.D., cF nitsh The 'new FSS Nassau ily preservation services2T
For information, contact Archaeology Laboratory, tyt Our open hoseeb C office opened Nov. 25. failed, including 56 chil at 9 a'm
Jennett W. Baker, R.N., B.S.N. Department of Sociology and on our he a Te cy no longer oper- dren, to help stbiliand FSS also ffers parting
at 556-3363, John D'Agnese Anthropology, University of Ei o nd ates is firmer location on strength he tfamils. is classes at 1 Nassau Cinty
at 261-2014, or Roselyn North Florida, will review the po C rm 1a fiscal year since Jly 1, FSS fice Fo oe inforti
SRobinson at 556-5492. results of recent archaeologi- N honeu for the complete adoptionfor aloutFSS ervicesin Na
* cal projects and critique his- in Nassau County three foster cidreiaa Cunty, all 2S347
The Coalition for the torical accounts and pictorial .
Reduction/Elimination of engravings to cast a new light
Ethnic Disparities in Health on the Native Americans of Tina Elmore at 548-4435. the gathering. To learn more rriuseum and Amelia and individual tickets $125 at (CREED), in partnership with the Amelia Island area, at.the go to ameliainsight.org or call Research and Recovery, LLC, www.ameliaislandmontesthe Nassau County Health dawn of the European arrival. P-mion 261-9143. the Amelia-based company sori.com or 261-6610. For disDepartment and North Florida What did these Mocama The Femrnandina Beach that searches for and recov- counted roomr reservations
AIDS Network (NFAN), is host- look like? How did they 8ur- High School Class-of 1979 will.. GesCoer ars sunken treasurefrom call 261-6161 and mention the ing its annual Word AIDS Day vive? How advanced was hold it6 35th teunidn June 27- Gerrfs Comer of Comfort, Spanish;Galleons. The muse- Amelia Island Moitessor event. The international theme their civilization? Their art? 29, 2014, with the theme: a nonprofit resource center for um is located at 1335 S. Gala Room Block, for 2013 World AIDS Day is: Their tools? How didthey Pirates Midsummer Dream. women with cancer, answers Eighth St. No reservations are Bld a "Getting to Zero: Through pre- react to the Europeans? How Cost is $25 per person and questions in a confidential set- needed. Call (904) 838-6688 vention and treatment we can did their civilization end? The $40 per couple. Additional ting, provides support group or (904) 838-6619. .Join Walkin' Nassau for a achieve Zero new HIV infec- answers to these and many details will soon be available, information, brochures, refer- special walk of the downtown
tions, Zero discrimination, and other questions will be among Send check or money order to ence materials, a lending Fryoga Jacksonville bridges on Dec.
Zero AIDS related deaths." the topics of the presentation. Class of 1979 35th year library and more through Conniected'Warrior, a gen- 7. Meet at 10:30 a.m. at The This year the local event For information visit Reunion, P.O. Box 16234, trained volunteers. It offers tie,; peaceful, restoratiVe yoga, Landing to sign in for the 2.1-. will feature a concert with' www.wildamelia:com and Wild Femandina Beach, FL 32034. stylish head coverings hair is offered every Tuesday at mile walk. Participnrits will be pianist Taylon Wilcox and com- Amelia on Facebook. B'-pieces, sleep caps, chemo 7:30 p.m. at Go Yoga, 708S. walking over the bridges
pany at The Peck Center miS WEE BingoThursdayS bags with necessities and Eighth St. This program is high elevation is involved. For
Auditorium, 516 South 10th The public is invited to play corlfort pillows free of charge ongoing and free to military, more information and to let
St., on Dec.7 from 7-9 p.m. Food bingo every Thursday at the -.Open Monday-Fidayfrom veterans and their families, the organizers know if you are
Admission is free. For informa- '" e- Legion, 626 S. Third St., noon to 4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall Email info@goyogaamelia. interested in carpooling, or.
tion contact Jennett Wilson- Registration is open for the .Femrnandina Beach,'in the at Memorial United Methodist com. '' staying for lunch at The.
Baker at 556-3363. Commercial Food and large smoke-free meeting hall. Church on North Sixth Street, Landing, contact Jane Bailey
CulinaryArts Workforce '.Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and downtown Femandina Beach. ap p at dnjbailey@mindspring.com
Cunyd Niots Certificate offered at the Betty early bird games' start at 6:05 C.ll C1277-0099.,". A Beginner Laptop or at 261-9884.
The next Courtyard Nights P. Cook Nassau Center. The p.m., with regular'play begin- ,., Workshop will be held in i b.l
will feature the annual Nassau 00-hour, two-course program ning promptly at 6:30 pm. Og ygroup December at the Council On LOW0UtoD
County Holiday Music Festival prepares individuals for The bingo session is nine' Genealogy group meetings Aging East Nassau 1367' The VFW Post 4351 will on Dec. 6 at the Yulee Middle employment in the culinary games for $20, with multiple.' are held at Yulee United ''South 18th St.,' Femrnandina host a low country boil and School cafetorium, 85439' and.hospitlity fields. Food jackpots paid out. Methodist Church, 86003 , Beach for people interested in gong show on Dec. 7,.Low Miner Road, Yulee. Preparation, the first 300-hour For questions emailr Christian Way, Yulee; the sec- learning thejasics of thei 'country boil startsat 5:30 p.m.
Enjoy music by the Yulee training class, begins Jan. J3, post54bingo@yahoo.com. ond and fourth Friday of each computers. The class is' for a $10donation.Gong Middle School Chorus, direct- meeting Monday-Friday from Proceeds support programs month from 9-11 a.m. New r taught by Jan Cote-Merow,' Show starts at 7 p.m.,with : ed by Andy Shepard, the Yulee 1-5 p.m. until May 9. Fee is sponsored by the American members arewelcome'Call Computer Coach, who has $100 first-place prize. To enter' Elementary Panther Singers, $942.plus ai uniform. Textbook Legion., 225-5381 or Paulette Murrin been teaching private and or for information call 432directd by Valerie Jones, and and knives provided for use in at 548-9752 for information. group computer lessons onri 8791. PearlHarbor Day raffle
the Freedom Chorale Group, the cass. Restaurant Cook, J F '.Amelia Island forthe past 10 tickets are $5 each. First prize,
directed by Jones. The event_ the second 300-hourlass, The Just Friends Single Nassau NAMI years. The cost of each ses- is a 50-inch smart TVsecond
is free and open.to the public. will be offered in thesummer Societymeets once'a month' N'assau NAMlI(National sion is a donation of $1 0 to' prize is a 32-inch TV and third Lawn chairs are encouraged. term, which starts in May. for dinner.lf youare single Alliance on Mental Illness) Council nAging, a501 .c3 !' prize is $100 in gas. Winning Light refreshments will be Chef Bill Castleberry will and over the age of 55, call hosts advocacy meetings the not-for-profitcharity. Call Jan tickets will be drawn at 8p.m.available, or bring your own. teach the classes. Interested 321-1116 to join'. Its free to their Thursday of each month at 583-2870 for dates and The VFW is located at 96086 No alcohol allowed. Please residents must complete an register., at 6 p.m.at the'Northeast registration information. Wade's'Place, under the
bring a canned food item for application and the Test of Mtao CommunityAction Agency, Shave Bidge
the Barnabas Center pantry. Adult Basic Education grouP 1303 Jasmine St., Suitea 100, eo me .. ...ge "
For information cal1548-4432. (TABE). The Betty P. Cook The Amelia Insight sitting Femrnandina Beach; free and The Newomers Club of NX K
~Wild Ni Nassau Center is located at. group (Sangha) meets every open to all. Amelia Island will host its Pntm g
W Ne 76346 William Burgess Blvd., Tuesday at the Dome Healing Support groups for anyone monthly coffee on Dec. 5 at 8
The Mocania Indians were Yulee. For information call Center from 7:30 to 9:15 p.m. with a mental health diagnosis 10;3Qa.m. Women interested The Nassau County They start with a reading and are Fridays at 11 a.m. at the in joining the club and who Sheriff's Officewill host a S0 S V 0 R D discussion of- a verity of mate- Council on Aging, 1367 South t).reside in Nassau County ( o.. ParentEduationon Climinal..
rlal related to the practiod and 18th St., led by psychiatric '',v'mttr hov) long they ht? 1ha Aotlviy'sessio ornDec. 9>toli 2 3 4 5 78 101112 philosophy of Insight nurses and free of charge. lived here) are welcome to provide parents of school-age
...s- Meditation and mindfulness, Family support meetings, -attend. Forinformation, con-. children with basic knowledge
followed by a 45 minute sitting also free, are the fourth tact Lulu Elliott at on a wide range of topics that o 617. (30 plus 15 minutes). Anyone Thursday at7 p.m. for family luluelliott@hotmail.comrn or include drug usage, tobacco
interested in meditation is members/caretakers of those 548-9807 (or other contact on andalcohol usage, gang 19 20 21 2 invited to attend all or part of with a mental health diagno the coffee committee), or visit activity and general criminal
23 24 sis, at St. Peter's Episcopal www.newcomersofarrieliais- activity.
Church, 801 AtlanticAve. land.com. 4 .The PECA session will be
25 2 27 28 29 30, 31 PUZZLE NOV. 27 Nassau NAMI provides AdtheldattheYulee High School
3 701, "' emergency medications, Auditiorns cafeteria on Dec. 9 at 6:30
emergency denta! services, Fernandina Little Theatre, p.m. Light refreshments will
40 41 42 43 CALP PHD SW referrals/support and tol- 1014 Beech St., will hold audi- be provided and the session
LAPEL EI W AVE letries/shoes to individuals tions for "'All in the Timing" by is open for the general public
4- 47 'A'R R with chronic mental illness. To David Ives on Dec. 5 at 7:15 to attend. ,
Sa so 51 2 leam more or to volunteer, p.m. and Dec. at 1:15p.m. ,
oowoRD contAct President Lisa, Mohn This collection of six offbeat,
sa MITTH0RCEM at 277-1886 or email Nassau one-act short comedies focus- The local chapter of the
SDOR IB I S REN E NAMIFlorida@ggmall.com. es on words -andtime. AARP 4608 will meet Dec. 10
S5N T E Actors mayplaymultiple at9 06p.r.at the Council on
A TMa me Museum roe Needed are four men. Aging (across from Baptist
6LEN Z o The Maritime Museum. of and five women, ages.20- Medical Center Nassau).
o "BRI LLEE 4SAmeliasand hosts a pro- plus. Director is Frank Special guei, Tapping Toes,
747A A YE H RIER gram on a current topic every O'Donnell..Performances are a local group of tap dancers,
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OTT1'ER I N E K I.NG Friday at 6 p.m. The programs Feb. 1, 2 (2.30p matinee), 4, willentertainwith their ChristED T SAT E'S are jointly sponsored by the 6 7 "nd 8. Rehearsals are mas program. Members are generally one to two week- urged to bring a guest.
PRE /d :A,1i, nights and Saturday-morn- The chapter also will vote
Make the Switch PM E ESing/aftern on p r week and. and elect ne'year's officers
to Dish Today .g) s begin Dec 10; no rehearsals and board members. The new
andSave Up To 50% "se amyou coUld save 28% Dec. 24-26 and Jan. 1, 17, 18. officers will be installed at the
colNowandAk Howl CI 1 "-Oi d smc For information contact Frank Jan. 12 meeting.
1-800-318-5121 -- cn-sid n oy mud af p ppc.com. WOAMTE cil
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Stt-n ei *ointvrg orasa s bedodt Supper and Smg: women orn A mission ToU tMOIES, 'e.c noo... e ': suro ce The Callahan Middle Earn Commissiq will present
A M hm53. Strip ofwood. fluid of .ll .. .. ., oAllstate'company School Rambler Chorus' pres- a casual evening of music and
ACROSS 55 Home 22 nical twitching ents a Supper and Sing fun, learning how to build your
"1. Bug hitting wind- For Christmas" 24. "On the A I." Salute to the Military at business through WOAMTEC,
shield, e.g. 57. It happened on __' "or in a '4 0 3 Christmas on Dec. 5 from 5-7 from 5:30-7:30 p m. Dec 11 at
.6. Presidents' Day 34th Street belligerent mood- "- -"-'-- -. -' p.m. in the CMS cafeteria Sheffield's at the Palace, 117
month 61. Show off 25.h*He was left 7 Dinner is $7 and includes Centre St. Enjoy drink spe-.
9. Party barrels 64. Acid in proteins home alone 7 chicken, coleslaw, baked cials, complimentary light hors
13. Moonshine 65; Ides month 26.'Silly - ...-.-6-5-beans, roll and icedtea, d'oeuvres and live music by.
14. Grassland '67. Holy See loyalist 27. Between sham- 2 1 6 5 Desserts purchased separate- Gary Ross. RSVP to www.
15. Beyond norma prancing different poo ad repeat ly. Tickets are available from woamtec.com. Men welcome,
16. imt_ Boo Boo 69. selywatched 31. Pipe problem-' any CMS Rambler Chorus women required.
1. Opposite qf noth- on Black Friday .32.Yellow rides 7 9 memberor Mary Ann Salis, ArIaJk
ing 70. Before prefix 33 Speck in the choraldirector, at (904) 87918. It has front and 71; Domingo dcean '7 2 1114, ext. 3223. Photographer Bill Kinney is
rear seats 72, Old World duck 34. *Famousiam- O 1 the featured artist of the
19. *Misfit elf dentist 73. *Astaire's charac- pooner on -....-" ,.$5 dSale month at the Island Art
21. *"'lt's a Wonderful ter in "Holiday Inn" Christmas vaca- A $5 Jewelry Sale spon- Association, 18 N. Second
Life" star 74. Clear the black- tion acuiisored by the Baptist Medical St., downtown Fernandina
23. UnOpened tulip boad 36. OWner's acquisi- Center Nassau Auxiliary will Beach. Themes on display
2. hiter wis d DOWN 38 dot, Yiish 5 4 8 be held Dec. 6 from 7 a.m.-5 include Night, Macro, Closecassis 1. "Be quietly" 42. Patriots' Day p.m. in the boardroom of thp up and Collage. Visit him on
28. good 2.*"Wnnie the month hospital. Cash, personal the second Saturday Art WalkI
example and Christmas 45. Phone compa- checks and major credit cards in December where he will
30. Sect follower Tod' nies are accepted. This is the per- discuss his work and sign
35. "National Velvet" 3. Like a famous 49. Indian dish %. 1 9 fect time to stock up on stock- books of his most recent autoauthor Bagnold Ranger"4. 51Tt*AgreemSentto -,.-, ing stuffers and dther small biographical adventure enti37; Earth's neighbor 4. Tart assume Santa's s,.ro'itMda gifts. Everything is $5 plus tied, Sanctuary. Join him foi
39. Some are on a 5. Immune system identity tax. For information contact the Island Art Association
orter one than r e sin off 54. Dangle carrot the squares so 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 6 9 the Auxiliary Office at 321- Featured Artist Opening on
40. Windmill blade 7. Slippery reef moon thateachrow, column ga 7 3 2 6 4 5 1 38.. www.islandart.org.
41. Top dog dweller 57. Physics calcula- *Rb il Rubwwtubl.rg e.
43.Attached toa 8. Model-building tion and by-3box 6 5 4 9 1 8. 3 2 7 u Canteen
wheel wood 58. Mosque V.I.R conTil the numbers Amelia Island Montessori n o e
44. Magazine's spe- 9. Acknowledged or 59. Agitate 5 9 6 1 8 3 2 7 4 will celebrate its 40th anniver- The Canteen at Post 401
cial feature recognized 60.Alloveragain ,5 trough 4 6 9 8 3 scary withaRubyJubilee Gala American Legion is now 4pen,
46. "'A Christmas 10. Tropical tuberous 61. *Santa's bitter oid will appear in the 3 7 6 1 at the Omni Amelia Island at 554084 US 1, Hilliard, (904)
Story'! leg root brother '
47. Capital on the 11. Its seed yields 62. Columbus'vessel 2 3 8 79 4 6 1 5 Plantation Resort on Dec. 7, 845-7300. The Post will hold a
Dnloe gum sed as 63. mbs ese Friday B section.9 including custom dinner grand opening Dec. 13-15,
48 iler tcm used as a. s lace Fr Novediber 29 4 2 6 3 1 5 9 8 menu, open bar, dancing with open to the public. Watch the
50. Cleopatra's neck- 12. Email folder 68. Corn Site Soluion 8 1 9 5 4 2 7 3 6 a live band and more than Army/Navy game on Dec. 14
lace 15. UtilItarian 200 live and silent auction at 3 p.m. More details will be
.52. Chaster White's 20. Swelling from 3 6 5 8 .7 9 1 4 2 items. Tables of 10 are $1,000 announced.




WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4.2013 AROUND TOWN News-Leader ZB


HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS CHRISTMAS CELEBRATIONS
s Crft aSoundsOf Dm e Season' 4414 or visit www.ameliachapeLcom. All are
welcome.
Boy Scout Troop 89, Fernandina Beach's The 18th annual Christmas Craft Bazaar will The youth, children's and family musical ule U ed
oldest continuous troop, is again selling be held Dec. 7 from 9 am.-4 p.m. at the Atlantic organizations at Amelia Baptist Church will
Christmas trees in front of The Loop, corner of Avenue Recreation Center, 2500 Atlantic Ave, present their annual "Sounds of the Season" Yulee United Methodist Church will hold a South 14th Street and Sadler Road, 9 am.-9 in the main auditorium. Browse more than 30 concert today at 6:30 p.m. at the church. Christmas Cantata with the Yulee UMC Choir
p.m. daily, except Sunday (when sales start booths of local artisans'for unique Christmas The concert will include a wide variety of on Dec. 15 at 11a.m. On Dec. 29, enjoy a
after church). Specialized stands and delivery gifts, wreaths, ornaments, food and baked Christmas songs by the Tiny-Tones, the Christian Christmas Hayride from 6:30-8 p.m.
are available for an extra cost. goods. Admission is free Allegiance youth choir, and the Joyful Voices, with cookies, hot chocolate and a hayride. On
a family choir comprised of parents and chil- Dec. 24 a Christmas Eve Candlelight Service TFruitcakes' at ACT Sweet treatS dren. In addition, Pam Bell, handbell soloist, will be held starting at 6:30 p.m.
Tickets are on sale for Amelia Community Bring the kids to sit on Santa's lap and get a will perform.
Theatre's family holiday show, "Fruitcakes." free downloadable photo on Dec. 7 from 11 The community is invited to attend; there Ve
Featuring a cast of adults and youths, this comn- am.-4 p.m. at Peterbrooke Chocolatier, 1427 is no admission charge. Amelia Baptist On Dec. 15 at 10:00 a.m., New Vision
edy celebrates small-town life. Performances Sadler Road. They also get a sweet treat from Church is located at the intersection of Congregational Church, UCC will celebrate a are at 8 p.m. Dec. 5-7, 12-14, with a 2 p.m. mati- Santa and the parents get to sample chocolate Buccaneer Trail and South Fletcher Avenue Moravian Lovefeast, a Christmas tradition feanee on Dlec. 8, at 207 Cedar St Adult tickets as well. For details visit facebook.com/peter- at the roundabout. turing the sharing of Moravian sweet bread
are $20 and student tickets through college are brookeamelia or call 277-0162. Email fernandi- No Room atthe Inn' and a warm drink during the gathering for
$10. Visit www.ameliacommunitytheatre.org or na@peterbrooke.com. N Ro atthe I worship. The Lovefeast, begun in this country
call 261-6749 for tickets and information. I The United Methodist Women will spon- in the Moravian Church in the 18th century,
Holdayaz-aar sor a variety of Nativity scenes, which will be seeks to strengthen a spirit of harmony,
Festival oftrees The Retreat at- Osprey Village, 76 Osprey on display in the sanctuary of Memorial encouraging love and goodwill through the
Come see beautifully decorated holiday Village Drive, Amelia Island, will host a holiday United Methodist Church and the Partin sharing of a simple meal.
trees in Amelia Community Theatre's Main bazaar on Dec. 7 from 10 am.-1 p.m. Local yen- Center at 601 Centre St. from 10 am. to 4 New Vision worships each Sunday at 10
Stage Lobby during the run of the comedy dors will be thereto sell their goods for the p.m. on Dec. 6 and 7 in conjunction with the a.m. at 96072 Chester Rodd in Yulee. Visit
"Fruitcakes," today through Dec. 14. These holidays. Tables include Scentsy producs, Amelia Island Museum of History's Holiday www.NewVisionCongregationalChurch.org festive trees, may be purchased by visiting the crafts, holiday wreaths, jewelry, scarves and Home Tour. Refreshments will be served and or contact the Rev. Mary Kendrick Moore at
box office or calling 261-6749. more. Gift-wrapping will be available. For infor- Christmas music provided. Admission is free. 238.1822.
htupa Life mation call 432-1185. Donations may be made to the Homeless
Light1up a coalition ini Nassau. counM hita att
Light Up A Life, the Take Stock in Children Parade for Paws Coalition The community is invited to join Harvest
gala fundraiser hosted by Omni Amelia Island Nassau Humane Society will host the 14th 'Kaleidoscope Christmas' Outreach Ministries, 905 Broome St.,
Plantation will be held in the new Magnolia Annual Parade for Paws on Saturday, Dec. 7 at A Christmas Kaleidoscope will be present- Fernandina Beach, as they celebrate the
Ballroom Dec. 5. Judge Robert M. Foster, thd Old Railroad Depot in downtown e d on Sunday, Dec. 8 at8:30 and 11 am. as Christmas season in-songswith a Christmas
administrative judge of Nassau County, will Fernandina Beach. Enjoy fun activities before the Music Ministry offers a musical celebra- Cantata on Dec. 21 at 7 p.m.
deliver the keynote address. and after'the parade. Late registration begins at tion of Christmas with instruments and voices
Tickets are $75 and include a formal sit- 10 a.m. and the parade begins at 11 am. during worship services at First Presbyterian S.aMllClgh e Ce
down dinner with wine following the silent auc- Registration fee is $10 per dog. Pre-register, Church, 9 N. Sixth St., Fernandiia. Nursery A Festival of Lessons and Carols will be tion. They are available at www.takestocknas- online at www.iassauhumanespciety, available for worship services. -- presented on Christmas Eve at 5 p.m. at the
sau.org. Visit the website forinformation and com/events.html, Second Chance Store (32. 1 Amelia Plantation Chapel, 36 Bowman Road.
for details on the auction items that include 0022), RedbonesDogBakery (321-0020), or v ttsevices The story of the festival begins in Isaiah with
trips to Machu Picchu and Bora Bora, vacation the NHS Dog Park (491-1511). Awards Advent services with coinmunion will be irophesy of the child and continues through
and hotel packages, first-class theater excur- announced immediately after the parade. held eachWednesday in December inthe John 1: 1-14, "and the Word became flesh."
sions to Broadway and London's West End, -.. Sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church; 9 N. Scripturesare followed with carols, hymns or
and tickets and airfare to the 2014 Ryder Cup Us ol hlOi yshOW Sixth St. Everyone is welcome and. invited to anthems presented by the ChancelChoir.
in Gleneagles, Scotland. Fusion: A Celebration of Light, Color, and pause mid-week, midday, for meditation,. Come hear again the storyof the Savior's
C d a Texture, is the 2013 Holiday Gift Show faatur- inspiration and celebration as We approach birth and be moved by the words and music
C d caf ing two well-known Amelia Island ai-tists, pho- Christmiaswith anticipation. Services will of 0 Holy Night. As is thetradition in
On Dec. 5from.2-4:30 p.m., createa beauti- tographer Ann Kemp and fused glass artist begin at noon Dec. 11 and 18. Christian churches across the country, the
ful Christmas card while enjoying a cup of tea Denise Murphy. Fusion 2013 is their'extraordi- service will endas the sanctuary lights dim,
and holiday treats at the AmelialIsland nary collaborative creative'processiand presen- ClrS as Memories each lights his or her candle and a hush falls
Williams House. All supplies needed to create tation, in a dramatic display of light, color,,and A community choir and 16-piece orchestra around the beauty of Silent Night, Holy Night, the card will be provided. Event cost $18 per texture, the very language of th artistic spirit. will present "Christma s Memories, the 17th followed with the joyous hymn, O Come all person and is open to-the public. Reservations Their2013 HolidayGift Show previews e.oitid ofAn Everiing in December at Amelia Ye Faithfiul. It is a beautiful service and a wonare required by calling,277-2328. Saturday, Dec. 7, noo6nt 3 pm., with an. Baptist Church on Friday, Det. 13 and derful way to prepare for the birth of the .
a Ngt artists reception onDec. 14, fi6bm 5t9 8, p.m. at Sunday Dec, 15'. Pam Biell, a local solo hand- Savior. Call 277-4414. Nursery provided. All
S the Seventh Street Gallery, 4S SeventhSt. belltartist, will present a pre-concert starting arewelcome. The next Courtyard Nights will feature the (across from Lulu's)in downtown Fernandiia. at 6;30 p~m. The main program of music,
annual Nassau County Holiday Music FestiVal The gallery will also be open during Farmers' dramna ai. d the spokinewordstarts at 7 pi-. Unuii seVC on Dec. 6 at the Yulee Middle School cafetori- Market hours, 9 a m.. to1p.m.i on Satirday, ot nights. Amela Baptit Church is located Unity Isle ofLightha invited New Vision urn, 85439 Miner Road, Yulee. Dec. 21. As this is a hisitric property, it fis not at 961167 Buiccaneer Trail Congregational Church, UCC and E. Nassau
Enjoy music by the Yulee Middle School handicap accessible, iThe gallery will be open i F branch of the Unitarian Universalist Church
SChorus, directed byAndy Shepard, the Yulee daily during ihe weeluntil De. 23 For ques Id6I..j4 e of Jacksonville to co-hosta famiy Christmas
Elementary Panther Singers, directed by tidns or directions, call 432-8330. This Christmas season Christwalk -: Ertese vice on De. 24 at 5p.m. at the
Valerie Joes, and the Freedom Chorale Church invites youtojointhemfok io A American BeachCommunity Center, 1600
Group, directed by Jones. The event is free and On~pireIs cor t Christmas Family Experience..he festivities Julia St.
-pen to the public. Lawn chairs are encour- New Vision Congregational Church will will be on Satrday, Dec. 14 on the Christwalk There will be traditional carol singing, will~~~~~~ beoiatidyig.. hr ili metditinal praro sngciln'sn
aged. Light refreshments will be available, or host-the Songspinnets on Dec. 9 at-7 p m. ,at Church Campus, 2920 Bailey Road. This year dle lighting, meditation, prayer and children's bring your own. No alcohol allowed. Please. 96072 Chester Road in Yulee. Eljoy afeitive they will have two Christmas services, start- .message. Reverenids MarjKendrick Moore bring acanneflfood itemforthe Banabas ,prograthatwill inclide uniquerrngenents ag itp 5,p., dnd mr mellowis on, Marci a
CenteT payFeinforn rmatioA call 54 2 ke f h po1 Christmnas favorites ~(t w ,q yd 0 8 J rle 8-" th li00tties if M
. .' The Songspinners are a voluiteer women. enjoy, fromfamily photoSto makl cipae
...i H o me.. r choral groupthat began with 20 members in Christmas craftsto riding the C hristmas train. servicewill celebrate the birth of Christwith
Th& seventh annual Holiday Hoie Tour 2006 and has grown to over 40 voices There also wiHlbefree hot cocoa and cookies n upbeatand genuine holiday spirit., :
sponsored by the Amelia Islarid Museum of. A wine and cheese reception will followthe r ll of the guests. For information visit IRefreshments will be rved after the service History is 10 a.m-4 p.m. Dec. 6 and 7, shbwcas- .concert.- www th-hbrist o rcal 261-120, T6eari more about NewVisioni
ing five private residences in historic Admission is free; donations will be accept- -- r ko c. Congr. egational Church visit www.newvisi
SFinandina Beach, dressed in their holiday ed for Micah'sPlace during the holiday season. Hat ds MessiA 46ngregationalchurch.org; E. Nassau branchdi
best by professional interior decorators and flo- For information visit www.NewVision On Sunday, Dec. 15 at 10 a-m. Handel's of the Unitarian Universalit Church visit raldesigners. CongregationalChurch.org, find them on Messiah will be presented at the Amelia wn uu.org/east-nassau-branch.html and
SCostumned doents will tell the stories of Facebook, or ontact the Rev. Mary Keidrick Plantation Chpel. The Chancel Choir and UnityIslefLight contact Marcia Brown at each home and seas6onaLmusic will carry visi- Moore at238-1822. Orchestra; under the direction of Don (904) 415-0822. To learn more about the servtors back in time. Free trolley service will, Edwards; willpresent the section 6ften ice contact Janet Streitat (410) 258-6094:
'transport guests to the homes. t val. referred to b:asthlChristia~portioiar iy n. a
Tickets are available atthe museum, 233 S, Theannual Yulee oliday-Festival and Bosworth sopranoio, Jeannie Mezzario (alt), FIf se
Third St. (261-7378, ext. 100); at'-www.anela- Parade will be held on Saturday, Dec.- 14, fea- -JutifiWalker (tenor), arid Don Edward First Presbyterian Church will have two hometours.coth; the Visitor'sCnteir on Cente turing a winter wonderland; appearances by (bass) willserve as thesoilists. services ofworship on Christmas Eve. AfamiStreet; ThePlantation Shop; Eliabeth Trading Santa, arts and crafts; live music, bouncehous- Emperienegg the-music-ofHandl's e ly serviceat 5:30 p.m. will involve chidre as Company; and Peterbrooke Chocolatier. es, food vendors andmore at theSports Messiah, is a tradition for millions around the character's of the Nativity: Costumes will be
Cost is $25 prior to Dee. 6 and $30 on tour Complex on Goodbread Road. The parade will world at hristas The betifulcruses ailable in JimThomasHllat 5pm.orny days. Group rates available forf 10 or riorei call start at 10 a.m. and the festival wil follow. like,For UntoUsa Child is Bot, Glory to children attenidingtheservice. Don'tpass up 261-7378, ext. 100, The festival needs organizations and/or G4d and the Hallelujah Chorus, bringthe-- the opportunity to be a shepherd, awise man,
individuals to participate in the parade, as ven- true meaning of Christmas to the listener. an angel di a sheep! Nursery will be available
-wGOW -dors; entertainment, special events (puppet IThe service wilt lose with Benedictus, for the 5-30 p.m. service only. ,
The Annual Christmas Glow sponsor d by shows, cakewalk, pie eating,;face painting, (Blessed is the Lord),a eautiful setting of a ATraditional Service of Lessons & Carols the Woman's Club of Fernandina Beach will.be etc.) and Santa's helpers. text written by R. ,&Sproul. t - will follow at9 p.m. Both serviceswill feature
held on Friday, De. 6 from 5:368 p.m.;at the To download forms visit www.tinyurl.com/ Come and enjoy a magnificent xi rning of Cmmuno ad candlelight First' clubhouse, 201Jeani Lafitte Blvd- (behind the yhfestival For. information call-Cbnnie mus ic ,at the AmeliaPlAnttion Chapel, 36 Presbyterian islocated at 9 N..Sixth St, Atlantic Avenue Recreatioh Center). Just follow Daughtry at (04) 845-3264. Bowman Road. Nursery available. Call 277- Questions? Call the church office at 261-3837.
the luminaries tothe clubhouse. There will be.
face painting, entertainment, and visits with i-ghted.p.rad
Santa. Chili, hot dogs, chils and sodas will be The annual Lighted Christmas Parade will served for afee. Cookies and punch willbe take place downtown on Dec. 14 at 6 p.m. Line- free. This is the Woman's Club's "gift to the up begins at'4;30 p.m. at Buccaneer Field, 11th community." Please come and bring a friend, and Ash streets. This year's parade them is All ages are invited.For information call 415- "The Wonders of Christmas." 1283 or 707-5136. "- Santa visit ..
Holidayopbn house Santa will be coming to the PawsAbility
The Pickers Market Antiques and thrift shop in the Harris Teeter shopping cenCollectibles, 201 Alachua St., will host is third ter on Dec. 14 between 10 a.m.and 2 p.m. annual Holiday Open Housestarting at 10 a.m. Bring your furry friend to have their picture .
,on Dec. 7. Enjoy food and drinks as well as taken with Santa. This event is for petsand prize and surprises. Te Pickers Market is >people. All that is required is a donation of dog This year silent auction incldes over a dozen grea vacations at greatprcesI one block off Centre Street on the corner of' or cat food, to help the furry friends in resi- Check out ywwtakestocknassauorg for more details.Alachua and North Second streets. Phone 432 dence at the RAIN Humane shelter. .
7o48. a sGingerbread ship
O" 8 The S.S. Amelia Gingerbread Pirate Ship is ,
Fort Clinch State Park will host a Union on display in the lobby of The Ritz-Carlton, ,
Garrison on Dec. 7 from 9 amth-5 pan. and Dec. Amelia Island, for public viewing during the -8 from a.m.-noon. Interact with living histori- holiday season. Highlights include Santa's "
ans to experience life in the fort as it was in Storybook Tea (Nov. 30, Dec 7,14 and 21), .
o1864. The grounds will be bustling with sol- Santa Tuck-ins, and New Year's Eve Black and diers-in period costumes involved in-firing White Masquerade Ball Additionally, guests demonstrations, marching drills, cooking and can chose from a selection of dining options daily activities. Ladies will be preparing a during Christmas and New Year's Eve. Visit eaarnes as enssw
Christmas tree and decorating the mantles for www.ritzcarltoncom/ameliaisland or call 277- Thursday, December 5 2013
the holiday season:. 1100 for more information. 6.00-9.00 p.m.
Fees include the $6 per vehicle park -..O..OFTO. .
entrance e plus $2 per person fort admission. 0UT Of TOW Omni Amella Island Plantation
Call 277-7274 or visit -, Magnolia Ballroom
www.FloridaStateParks.org. ta E SS $75 perticket
~Passengers can ,board a train inr St. Marys, Dinner* WTne. Cash Bar *Silentl Auctiott
o Ga., and ride the rails at Christmas on the Keyote Address By
Fort Clinch State Park, 2601 Atlantic Ave., Santa Express on Dec. 7. to HondableJuly & Ak Foster
will host a Civil War Jollification on Dec. 7 from Ride on an open-air rail car or in the hie u g ~ P.Fse
7-9 p.m. Step back in time and celebrate a Civil caboose. A fortunate few wilfget a real up-close Pwht I rl ioD fmd n o raATh War holiday, also called Jollification, complete adventure by riding in the locomotive. -PUCHASETIKETS AT: with crackling fires, carolers, popcorn-garland Traveling through scenic woodlands and T NewsLoader *NassauCountRocord
strung trees and candlelight. The Friends of marshlands, guests will be entertained in holi- wwW.TakestOckassau.O
Fort Clinch State Park will offer, hot coffee, hot day fashion. Santa climbs aboard for the return .
chocolate and cookies trip with a souvenir for every child. Visit ou w t toviewthe exciting sectiop tems
Park entrance fees are waived for this cele- The excursion is about 90 minutes. Tickets Toke etck in
ration. Admission is one canned food item per are $17 for adults and $11for children 12 and & r ('1 NIS()91EStRUS
visitor for the Barnabas Food Pantry. For infor- under. Children two and under ride free. s arend ..........esS
nation call 277-7274 or visit Purchase tickets online at stmarysrailroad.com
www.FloridaStateParks.org or call (912) 2005235.




8B WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4.2013 AROUND TOWN News-Leader



St. Marys Little Theatre presents'Forever Christmas
ST MARYS, Ga. A little homeless girl in Theatre, said that "Forever Christmas" addressCamden County longs for warmth, food, es the social conscience but is also a joyous, and shelter, but most of all a "forever family." heartwarming holiday event that will be enjoyed Through original music and classical Christmas by all ages.
songs, Little Nell laments the approach of "Women and children comprise the fastest Christmas and the circumstances that are beyond growing segment of homeless people," Williams' her control said. "Though people would like to think that our
St. Marys Little Theatre director Barbara area is untouched by homelessness, there is no Ryan.said that this holiday's production will community in which this is not an issue that inspire audiences to look upon those less fortu- needs to be addressed."
nate in a different light. It's a timeless story of When asked to describe the overall theme of struggle and angst, but as all good- stories do, the play, Williams noted that it's like "where 'It's "Forever Christmas" has a happy and triumphant A Wonderful life' meets 'Little Orphan Annie' ending. meets 'The Little Match Stick Girl"'
"The roller coaster ride that we take the audi- "The story is inspiring. The music is inspiring. ence on will lead up to the opening of hearts The performers are inspiring," Williams said. throughout the audience," Ryan said. "In the "People will walk away from the theater with -a end,.not only will they be cheering for Little sense of wonder and celebration for the most .. Nell, but also will feel endeared to the mean rich beautiful season of all." man who threatens to report the little girl to the Performances of "Forever Christmas" are SDepartment of Children and Families." Dec. 13 and 14 at 7 p.m., and Dec. 15 at 2 p.m. at
Throw in a guardian angel, Santa, some bul- Theatre by the Trax, 1000 Osborne St., St..
lying kids and Rudolph, and you have the mak- Marys, Ga. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for Brynn Eldeis plays
ings of a delightful third season holiday pro- children 12 and under and can be purchased at Little Nell, the homeduction for St. Marys Little Theatre. Once Upon A Bookseller, On the Green Salon lessgirl, in "Forever,
The play and original sohgs were written by and Day Spa, and Friese Studio of Music in St Christmas," presented
Ryan and orchestrated by her. son, Jerry Marys. Out oftowners can call (912)729-1103 to, by St. Marys Little
Lockamy. Megan Friese Kaufman is the musical reserve tickets For more information about St Theatre Dec. 13, 14
director and also a soloist in the play. Marys Little Theatre, visit www.stmaryslit- and 15.
LJ. Williams, vice chair of St Marys Little tletheatre.com. smrrED



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residents of Nassau County stephanie@dayspringvillage.. The Nassau Humane
With chronic mental illness. org or call (904) 845-7501. Society, Cats Angels and
In addition to providing a pair Nassau County Animal
of Velcro tennis'shoes, they "Services are holding a holiday :
also provide socks, undergar- The Nassau County '. adoption awitinesscamments and basic toiletries. ...Volunteer Center's 24th paign, "Hom.s for the
Donations are appreciated to annual Holiday "Adopt-a- Holidays,"to encourage peohelp with the cost of the Family" program, through ple considering bringing a
)hoes. Anyamountmtis appre which residents, businesses, new pet into their home this .
iated, though a donatid of chuichies, civic and other ho-' lid4 season to chose .
920 fuds one pair of shoes; organizations make the holi- adoption. .
$60 three pairs; $100 five days happier for those in Between the three organim
pairs; $140 seven lpairs; and need, is under way.:The pro. zationi there are hundreds of
20 10 pairsofshes. gram helps clients from the healthy, adoptable animals
200l0pi-fhos -:". grame-".
Mail donations to Nassau i Barniabas Center, local Head that would love to find a "fur-,.
AM, O. Box 16712, Start programs, Family ever" home. All have th 'ir
ernadina Beach, FL32035 Support Services and thde adoptable animals on their
r information email Council on Aging. Donations -vwebsite with photos and bios,
assauNAMIFlorida@gmail. ,of gift cards, clothing or toys and videos for many.
oror call 277-1886. to an entire family (large or A joiit adoption event,
small), a senior or a foster, "The 12 Strays of Christmas,"
child to brighten their holi- will be held on Dec. 14 from
Bell ringers areneeded day season are needed now. 10 a.m.- 2 p.m at theAmelia
through Dec. 24. The All recipients have been Park town center/pavilion on
Salvation Army Hope House .. SUBMrTED S i screened by local social serv- Park Avenue (between 14th
Swillbe ringing the Chri tmas Shon with Cons ice agencies, and Citrona), Fernandina
bells three days aweek this r" r Call the Nassau County Beach. This is a'ointadoption
s eason and needs individuals, Don Monahan, founder of Shop With Cops, was, the guest speaker at a recent Volunteer Center at 261-2771, -event between the three agenclubs,;businesses ad is lu en~p t~rted in2004 in conjunction with the Fernandina Beach ,em' ailvcfb : i re
churches to sptindt icet epprg am alows 150 children to go sihoppitig with local polie sto p d
week or the seoas'ioio6f h .cers and purchaseS 100 of Christinas clothes and toys. First and foremost the Jlsmirie Suit $i there Lin Nasat .
the 10 sites. If you can help program provides a Christmas shopping opportunity for the community's neediest Fernandina Beach County who need homes. You 9
or know someone who might children, ages 1-41, selected by elementary school guidance counselors. It also cre- can make a'differenein the .
be able to do so, call 3 1-0435 ates a bonding experience betweei-the families and the local officers. The program IOyS O'TOtS Site life of an animalin need from or stop by the fope House at .:receives donatioiins from churches, civic organizations, local groups, .golf clubs and AI A Stow-A-Way Storage your local areA shelters and. 410 S. Ninth St individuals .who have caring hearts for thoseless fortunate. One hundred percent of in Yulee is an authorized col- rescue goup.
the money collected goes to the children and expenses are picked up by the volun- lection center for Toys for There will also be a bake teer program chairman. For mpre information contact Don Monahan at shopwithb- Tots. Donations of new, sale, spay/neuter information
e Fernandina Bech cops@aol.com or 277-2091i. He is pictured, above right, with Kiwanis Club unwrapped toys can be deliv- and pictures with SantaPaws
i;: Fer madina Be ch-e and pictures with SantaPaws.
Police Department's Shop President Steve Scrugg eired now through Dec. 14 'at and Claws.
vith Cops program provides _. ._ .._ __ _- theirbusiness office, 463915 .To display a "Homes f6
150 underprivileged local "' SR 200, just west of Sonic and the HSiday" flyerat your
Achoolchildreni the opportu- by school guidance counsel- lirageTre Army Hope House at thecor- the 'car;wash from 830 a.m. to', business, contact Brandy
pity toshop with a-police offi-- ors'and the-program ins pir- ner of Ninth and Date treets' '5;30 p.., Monfday through Carvalho'at 491-151X or
0e t1 shwthe ed6ie.fi grame, p~l a-vlt t 401-1
e at the Amelia Island ed by local resident Don Choose, shop and bless Saturday Call 225-1940 for i" ED@iasauhumanesociety
W!almJr-artand experience the Monahan,. volunteer chair low-income seniors through SectetSant more information. com. For adoption center
joy of Christmas. -. is administered by the non- tIe Snior AnlTree. Help Dayspring Village, Inc., a hours aid to learn more visit'
The children get to inter- profit FernandinaBeach brini g joy, hope and a sense of state licensed limited mental O l Cats Angels at www.catsanact with uniformed officers in Police Foundation, controlled significance into the livesof health assisted liviggiacility It's the time of year again, gels.com; Nassau County ahappy and positive environ- by a boardofdirectors com the often forgotten low- serviiig adutilts with schizo- time to gear up for another Animal Services at www.nasient, so they understand. prising Anielia Island resi- incorne senior citizens in our: phrenia and schizo-affective Christmas Day-celebration saucountyfl.com; and the that police areguardians of dent Donations are tax omi unity Choose an "diorders, seeks local volun-. for underprivileged children Nassau Humane Society at
the young and should be deductible. Send donations to Angel shop for some or allof teers to become a Secret" in Nassau CountyTovolun- ww.nassiuhumanesodety trusted in tie~of difficulty. Shop withCops, Fernadina i th wishlistand Santa for the residents atthe teer or donate to this joyful com.
Every penny donated trans- Beach Police Foundation, ble. th with knowing you facility near Hilliard. Adopt a eventemailino@joy.....airi ss enwt knowingyo daciiyerHga~.dp e'ent,,emiInthojy-. Jo .. .t l ;
latesdirectlyto Christmas 1525 LirmeSt., Feiandina. care -For more information resident for a Christmas -tothechildren:org or visit the tCas Angels loand mu h nstmas:..o te 'tennim:. Aril call
toys and much needed cloth- Beach, FL 32034. To vie w a onrto adoptarAngel, call-321 --wish, donatehomemade- group onf acebook. Visit .1 dI .ng. Participants are selected: yideo, visit www.fb-pf.com. '0435 or stop by The Salvation, baked goods or share you wwwjoytothechildren.brg,
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: :__"_" Library System toadd magic St., on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 14 Angels Thrift Store/Adoption .
-In NsC ry ST -- to your season with a m. Call 277-7365 Center, 709 S. Eighth St. in
-- .. .~~ -_ .. .~ Magical Holiday Celebration At the Hilliard branch, Fernandina and at the ...
e .-oo.- - -. n featuring magicians Mark 15821 CR108, on Thursday, Fernandina library.
.- Allen Magic and Mr. Barry, Dec. 19 at 6 p.m. Call (904) All proceeds support the 4 N co;e .rmwar h~sl-Eiber visits with Santa (bring you 845-2495 Cats-Angels spay/neuter and
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brh oaSbranch, 7280 Motes Road, pm. for the annual Holiday on 'donations, grants and *
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Nes'L ade r- Call (904) 266-9$13 Callahan Elementary Choir work. Visit www catsangels.
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NOTICE OF PUBUIC SALE COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX Clerk of the Circut Court's. PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND Description of Property- .PO. Box 23028 before yaur scheduled court pate in this Proceeding, you
AJA Towig. LLC gresfnotice 76347 VETERANS WAY. YUILEE. office. You may review these LYING AND BEING IN THE E365-50 FT IN OR 1428/15038 Tormpa, FL 33623 appearance, or immediately are entitled at nocost to yoLLof foreclose of ten and intent 'FL an the 17th day of documents upon request. COUNTY OF NASSAU AND Assessed To: I1 (813)221-6743 upon receding this notitica- to the provison of certain asssto sefi vel-ides. pr~rit to Sub> December 2013. between the Iyou mnust keep the Clerk of STATE OF FLORIDA KNOWN FRANCB'0R JEAt4'IERRE.- (813) 221-9171 facirmile tion if the time before the lance. Please contact the section 71378 of the Florida hour S of '. 00O a.rn. and 2:00 the Circuit Court's office noti- AND DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: VIOLENE JEAfNB'ERRE servicee, sceueapperneIs ess ADA Coordiator at (904)548Statutes, on 12/20/2013, at p.rrTheClerkofCourt~sOftice fled of your current address. TRACT 5. BLOCK 4, YULEE -AN of the above property Is serveaaw~dberteibawcorn than 7dami you ore hearig 4600 press 0, at least 7 days 1 0:00am. At 86196 Overstreet Policy is to hold the sale at C~'ou rnayfle Notice of Current WOODS SECTION TWO, located i Nassau Cotit, i If you o re a person with a dis- or voice impaired, cal 71 1. before your scheduled courtLn. Yiiee FL A1ATow~ing, LLC 11,30amrr Address, Florida Supreme ACCORDING TO THE PLAT the State of Pcxida. daily who needsorlcnyc~or- ,2t 12-4-11-2013 appearance. or immediately
reserves the right to accept JOHN A. CRAWFORD 1 Court Approved Family Law THEREOF AS RECORDED IN Unless sujch certificate(s) madaltori in arder to porti- '1971 ..upon receiving this notificaor rejectcanycand all bids. NASSAU COUNTY Form 12.91 5) Future papers in 'PLAT BOOK5. PAGES 8 AND84 shall be redeemed according pate in this proceediig. YOUI ____ I tbIfheimbfoeha
1991 Ford VI Ni CLERW OF COURT this lawsuit will be mailed to OF THE PUBLIC: RECORDS OF to Law.thepoperty descried areentitled at no cost toyou. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE schieduliedappearancelsWest
3FAPP1286MR]49169 IRHODA GOODWIN the address on record at the -NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA- in such certificate or cerWt toithe roim no ce s* FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT than 7 days; If you are hearing,
2001 Chevrolet VINit DEPUTY CLERK dlerk's office. ,has ben Soed oanst you cates w4i be sold to the twice. Please contact the IN AND FOR Ior voice impaidred, cal 71 1.,
3GNEC16T61G1I89t) It you ore a person with dis- WARNING: Rue 12.285. and you ore required to fBe a Highest idder at the MAIN ADA Coordinator (904) 548- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA~ 2t 12-A-1 1-2013
1999 Dodge Vifli abilty whorneeds ariyaccomr- Florida Family Law Rules of copy of your written defens- ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU 4600 press 0. at least?7 days CIVL ACION -1972 .
2B4FP25B9XR286838 .modation in order to patuci- Procedure, requires certain- es, if anty to it on Nicholas J. COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX beforeyo'-t scheduled court CASE NO.: ----It 12-4-2013 pate in th-is proceeding, you automatic disclosure of doc- YoutT. McCcila Raymer, LLC. 76347 VETERANS WAY~ YULE., appecrorce. or Immediately 46-2012-CA-000849 I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1974 ore entitled, at no cost to you. uments and information. 225 E. Robinson St. ;iuite 660, FL on the 7th day of Joruory. upon recevinig this notfica- DIVSION: A II. FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
------ to the provision of certain assis- Fature to comply con result in Orlando FL 32801 and file the 2014, between the hours of tion if the time before the WEULS FARGO BANK, NA, IN AND FORI.
NOTICE OF APPLICAION tance. Please contact the sanctions, including dismissal original with the Clerk of the I1100 am. and 2:00 p.m. The' scheduled appepronce is less ,PtdnttL, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA.
FOR TAX DEED ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- or striking of pleadings. above- sited Court on or Clerk of Courts Office Policy is than 7days;if youoare hearing. PAUL. C. ZECHMANN A/K/A ICIVILA(2110N
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That 4600 press 0, at feast 7 days Dated Nov. I&,2013 before 30 days from the first to hold t19esle at 11:30 a.m. or vice impaored, call 771. .RKULZECHMANN, etal, CASE NO..
IUS BANK C/F FL DUNDEE LIEN before your scheduled court John A. Crawford publication otherwise aJudg- JOHN A. CRAWFORD Phone (904) 548-4909 Fat: Defendant(s). 45-2012-CA-000339
The holder of the following appearance, or immediately CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT ment may be entered against NASSAU COUNTY (904) 548-4949 TTDITY Did NOTICE OF DIVISION: A.
certificate(s) has lMed sold cer- upon receiving th-is not ifica- BY:, /s/ Brittany Prescott you for the relief demanded CLERK OF COURT 711 : FORECLOSURESALE .1 WELLS FARGO ,BANK NA,. .
tltlcate(s) for a tordeed to be lion if the time before the Deputy Clerk Iin the Comnplaint., BY/s/CHERZYL SALMON; E-Mal .-I NOTICE is HEREBY GIV/EN Plantiff, .. .-.
issued thereon. The certificate scheduled appearance is less 4t 11 -27-2013 & 12-4-11-18-2013 WITNESS my hand and sed DEPUTY CLERK calewls~riassauclerk.com ,.pursuont to a Fnnl Judgment vs. -,,I .
.number(s) and yeor of fhon 7 davs ityouoare hearing 1959 of saidCourt on the 20 day of ,tf youoare aperson with adis- 2t 12-4-11-20113 11 ,I.of .Mortgage -prclsure ,JOHN E.ALL.5RE et d, :.::
-Issiuance, the description'iof the or voice iraired call 71 1.----------------------November 2013. .ablywoneedsr ay com- 1969 da Iclted Novemrber=5.0a3nd Defendont(s). -,
property ond the name(s) in 4t 11 -1 3-20-27-2013 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT. JohniA. Crawford modation in order to patfici- ------ I enee 'i aeN.5202 OIEO
which it Is assessed ore as tot- & 12-4-2013 FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. CLERK OF THE COURT pate In tis proceeding, you IN THE CIRCUJIT COURT FOR ,CA-0084of"eCkalt Court ., FORECLODSURE SALE
lows: 1930 IN AND FOR NASSAU As Clerk of the Court o re entitled, at no'cost to you. NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA .of 'the, FOURTH Juidl-Cirout '-.INOTICE, IS IEREB'T. GIVEN.'
File Number: 201 3-039-TD ----.---.I I COUNTY FLORIDA. BY: /s/ Megan Sawvyer II to theprovision o~certdna~s- PROBATE DIVISION I In anld for NASSAU -County, pursuoritto a Rnalludgnt*
Certificate Number: 221 NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE '. CASE NO.: 13-CP-297 IDeputy Clerk tance. Please contact the FII9No,.:13-CP.269 Florida whrein.WELS FARGO -of Mortga~ge ForeclosurePocet~~mer0-2-23SO UNIFORM METHOD OF .NETESAEFON 21--121 ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- Division: A I ". BANK NAIlp the ktaintiff cod dated,November 25,2013oand*
0500 COLLECING NON-AD HEN 964 4600 press 0, at least 7 days -IN RE: ESTATE OF PAUL C. ZECHMANNAKA enreinCsNo4521:Yea of Issuonce: 2011 VALOREM ASSESSMENTS Deceased. I -. -------- before your schedfted court HERBERT SM[TH PAUL ZECHMANN, ANY AND Ca b33'f the CircuitCourlst
. Descrpton of Property: LOT 18 The Board of County Cam- NOTICE TO CREDIORS NOTICE OF APPUICATION appeoronce, or Imnmediately DeceasT1. LU(ON-R1EC~M fh OUOTH JudlcIO Clrcuit,
(EX S-1) IN OR 1039/485 1192 rrussioners of Nassau County The administration of-the -- FORTAXDEED. upon receiving this notiflca- NOICETO CREDITORS. 'INGBY THROUGH, UNDER. AND In and, for NASSAU- County, S*!FLEET DW/MH KAST ESTATES Florida (the 'Boord') hereby estate of .NONA. C.. EYN. NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN That lion if the time before the .-, The, adIriuislration of the AGAINST TiHE HEREIN NAMED Florida vwherein WEULS FARGO -'
UNIT 1 UNR -, prqvides notice, pursuant-to -deceased, File Number US BANK CIF FL DUNDEE UIEN -scheduled appernceIless .estate of HERBERT' SMITH,. INDIVDUAL DEFENDANTS) I BANK NA Ls the Plintiff cnd
Assessed To: LEO M. CRAW- Section 197.3632 (2Xd), Florida 13-CP-297, Is pending In the The holder of the following cer- than 7 dcyvif you ore heairig deceased, ,whose, date of -WHO AtRE'NOT KNOWN TO BE JOHN EALLAtRE; '-DANA, L.
FORD,.TERESA R. CRAWFORD. Statutes, of-its intent to uethe Circut Court for Nassau tificate(s) has filed sIad certifi- or .voice irrpared. Call 71 1. Death was Jutl 11,,2013; File ,DEAD 0O1RAUVE.WHETHERSAD -MCCORMICK A/K/A 'DANA-,
Ali of the above property is uniiform method of collecting C-odrnty Florida Probate Icate(s) for the tax-deed to be 4t 12-4_118-2-2013 Nube I3C-6.sen .N~W .PRTE -MA COMICK THE UNKN6WN.
.located in Nassau County In non-ad valorem' special Divison. the address of which .issued thereon The certificate 1967 I I nln ici CutfrNsa LI AN INTEREST AS P'OUS. _SPOUSE OF'DANAf'LMCCOR4 .
the State of Florida. assessments to be levied with- Is 76347 Veterans Way, Ytiee. number(s) -and -year of -.. ,..--- County Florida, ;Probat6 S. 8,HEIRS WEVIEES GRANTEES, ,MICK A/K/A DANk.MC'CQR-.
JUnless such certificate(s) ;in the incorporated and the -Florida 32D97.hnaeod Issuance, the description of NOIC OFPBCMETN0,1lotha1rso~tc RT4ERC LA MANSare the MICK N/K/A, REFUSED NAME:
shol be redeemed according unincorporated oreas of the addressesofthegpersonalrep- .property, and .name(s)' In The South Amelia sand is76347VeteansWayylee.0L. Defendants -The Clerk of the are-t-toDefendnts, he Clerk'
t atpnprydsrbd Cutwhcmabrod- resentative, and the personal which Itis6assessed areasifol- Sae Stalzation Assoclation 32097. The names .and ,Court will-sell to the highest of the 'Our t Wfsefitot* ehigh ,
In suhcriiaeo etf--efridd butinotimited repesentative's attorney Co4 'lows'. I Inc. will hold an Executtvep addresses of the persond rep--odbest a~dder for cash at esaFbsbdeforca t'.
Cates will. 'be. sold to 'the ,- to: (1) beach renourishmient set forth below, -, .- File Number. 201 3-042-TD .ommnittee Meeting, on- resentaive and the pWsor NASSAUJUDICIAL ANNEX. NASSAL17JUDICLALANNE ,
HIghest B8dder~at the MyAIN and erosion control;, CI road All creditors of the depes- 11 Certificate Number:'4 -~l Wedntisday December 42Ol D3 I reliresentalive's attorney dre 76r347'VETERAN'SWAY,% 76347 VETERAN'S WA' .
~ENTRANCE OF-THE ;HASSAU - corisiruction/road resfacing,. -.deM ntdtheresmhvn 5 Pck ubr atI~ ~~nth~rtom seIot blw YUV,, FLORIDA .- -, ." I.YULE. FLORIDA -,- ,
r.COUPJTY'JUDICIAL ANNEX,*. regional, bommninty .and claims or demands against, -' 16-2N-423M000-0005-0250- I Racquet Pd'tk. Omni Amelia IAll creditors of the de ce- ,at.], :30AM~on the 8ttlddyof .. at 11:30AMlv, on the 8 '6i. oI
FL on ,the 17t day 'of- meris. beautification 'ahd ,. uinmdtured. Contingent' or : Descri .pton'ol' Property: b s icnd Florida Persons with dis- .- clims or demands agaInst ..describedpropertyacst forth Ingdoescrlbed property as set
', December 2013, between tli : maintenance of righs-of-way, Iuinliai~oed clilms, on-whom IN~ OR 1371/1138 abilfites requiring accommo- ,decedent's.estate. on whom I nsld Find Judginnt:'!' r fort ndd Final Jludgrlrent: I hours of, A1:00 a.m. and 2:00 subdivsion wall construction a copy of thinotlcelIsserved Assessed-To: dationsIn orderto participate a copy othsnoiceIs required APORTIONOFSECTION85O 'AUTH'AT CERTAN LOTYIECE0 .
Sp.m.lhe Cerk of Court's Offce and mQIntenance, subdivitich must file their cialrrs with this ; FLAP PROPERTIES LLC in- this program or activIty to be served, must tile their AND5, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE;
Policy Is to hold -the sale at Inrnc'a chstruction court WITHIN 0-E IWATR OF 3 All ot the above p roperlylt should call 904-432-1723 at diams with this court WITl-JIN. RANGE '27 .EAST, NASSAU,- LYING AND BEING IN TH -m ,
11:30a.m. I and irritehance, street light-, MOI'qHS AFTERTHE PATE OF'Ict~l asuCt.I least 24 hours In dldvance to -TIHELATER OF.3MONMTHS AFTER CNYFORD. OF FERNANDINABEACH06R,
I- JOH-N A. CRAWFORD -., I ing~and sidewalks;' malote- HE FIRST PIJBUdATK)N 6FTHIS- the State of Flofl:1 '- request Sik,h accori.nmoda- 'THE TIME OF, TH .E*I FIR .ST PUBU- -: .--BEING. A-PORTION OF *PAR-, MERIL/ NAMED FERNANDINA)
NASSAUCOUNIY -: une costs for roodiniprove- ,OIC 30 DAYsAFTER THE 1 Un 0less s c certificate(s) l. ion.' :, 'AONbFTHIS.N0TICF OR 30. EI.N ZSIt IN' CONT OF. NS A A-CLERK OF COURT- #Ime ,s ~ water and .,DATE OFSERIPE OFA copy shl boe redeeed according ,2t. 1 1-27-201 3 &'I 2-4-211 3, DASAFE THE DATE OF,SER- OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK'397. STATE QF FOlA, AA FURZ
RHODA GOODWIN,.," wastewater fldliffesimrove- OF THIS NOTICEQN THEM. Ito Larw, the property described 1961 .,:1', ..,IVICE OF*AwCOPY OF-THIS PAGE .438 OF'THE'PUBLIC-: 'THEO KN'OWNAND DESRIBEM
DEUT CLERK ", mets (v so wat d Ipo -, I All otecrosofthe inesuchrcert ficate' orchcerlifi -----------------NTC INTE.- ''EOD FNSA '- ., INT~ OFICA PLI )FAI
Lf:urapro th d -oserices: (y)ll/retcue; and decedent ancl',other P5ersons cates wil b odtthe BOARD OF COUNT Al-te rdtr of th W, CUlF~I.6 A:)' : T AS UTHQ(A; EDND
ablty who negdsaahYqccom- ivl)moSqito cotrol seuvizs;' / Ihaving claims r demands Highest Bidder at the MAIN -'COMMISSIONERS decden an 464~ p 'r'o'- SAD PORTION BEING.MQRE 'ISSUED BY THE FLORIDA'RtT
modation In order to partici- (vIl) recreation services and against decedent's estate, *ENTRANCE, OF THE. NASSAU :.N ASAU COUNTY FLORIDA, ,Ihaivlngr Claims, or -dqrnndii. PARTICULARLY DESCRlIED'As ROA,COMPANY IN 16&7 AND,
aei hspoednyu-fcte vl trwtr-rn- Including wn'rratured. Contin- COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX! .'INVITATION TO BID (118) .against d9cedlintt' estqt9 FOLLOQWS. ENLARGED.,EIEDAD'-E~
aeentiled, at no 'st'n3 ypu, .sge Intcndx) property gent or urdliquldated. claims. 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE.- 'NOIE HEY GIVEN mistfile their-cdimns witthis FOR-A POINT Of kEEE~C UDBy -TEFORD TOig
to the provision ofcertn assis- -j soncgiabatetneito prop- rest file thelr~claims with this FIL on the 7th, day Wi Jonuay that 'the' Board of Qounty Court WITHINl 3MNHSAFTER.' COMMNE A EMS IPRVEMENT COMAWI It;
tance. Please cpnfact the I,.erty wfthri h6 Incorporated *4- .ourtWITHlN3&MotNiHSAFTER ; 2014. bewn th h 1ur of Cmmrissloners;!'of Ndssou; THE D #TE.O THE: FJRS IT PUEU- N ORT 'RLV CORN~ER OFLO I 1887 AN'.1.A:

.:4600 press 0. at least 7 days ,the County commencing for- CATION OF THIS'NOTICE. Clerkof-CoUrt's9fflce Poic .s lso ALL CLAIMSNOT FILED WITH- .to: PLA.RECORDJED Plc s,,bdINr 1 .THE. -OF FIERNANDINA BEACH.,
before your scheduled c&ourt. the Fsci,Year be~ginning on ,ALL CLAIMS. NOT SO FILED to hold thedsole at11:0a.m. .DEBRIS REMdVA ./DISPOSAL INTHE TIME PERIODSSET FORTH PUBUIC RECORDS 1F SAiD /A 226 1H srREEt FER~z
apar e orirmmediately 'Ocobe 1,-4 Th.or WL EFRVRBARD ONACAFR PORTION OF THE N SECTION 733.702 OF THE,' COUNrYINPLATBOOKZI Gt ANIN BEACH:, ,L'32034Suo cvi4hsotfc- wtcndeheadoption of a a'hdate offirst'Publicatlon of NASSAU COUNTY CLERK OF SWALLOWFOR-K DRAINAGE :1FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL .26, AND RUN NORTHEA3VRL ,'39 ':.
lion, If, the -lime 'before the Iresolution electing to use the this INotice is November,27, .COURT ,. IMPROVEMENTS PROJET& diE- _BE FOREVER BARRED. :' ALONG THE NORTHEASTERLY. Any person cl6ihng art ;scheduired appeara eI es ..udommto f8letn,203 .ra..nce s CEY SLO, BD. .. I.. .NIIHTN~-TH IE ETINO Is lessi unfr.mto ofOTH ..lctn 20; ------B /s CHERYL SALON BID)-busfomt
than 7days;it yO6ure hearng such'L aseset auhrie CLD WAI I- ', -.'DEPUTY CLERK' BID NO.: C1 &.052 PERIODSTFORTHABC/EANY ,WESTERLY UNEOF SAID T 19. saleb,'It any other 'than th~g
Ior volce Impaired. Cal 71 1. I by eciorn 197.3632, Florida Attorney for Personal .1 I If you ore a person with dis- ,PROJECT DESCRIPTION CLI IE W 2 ER A'PISTAN'CE OF 8.0 FEE TO rpet owner as of the date
4t113 20-?7-2013, Saueas amended, at a -Rpeettv n I bkwoedss~acm assau County Is seploing 'OR MORE.AFTE TH DEE HCEWJER 0OFTHE PAVEMENT of the Us Pehdens must fie
&12-4-2013 public hearing to be held at -Florida Bar No. 277266 mhodation in order to pondic- ."bids -from qualified coitraic- -,,DENTS; DATE OF DEATH :IS. .OF U S, HIGHWAY 17: 'BEING- clam wIthin'sixty (60)_dbyr:
,1928 '- I- 7:00.PM. December 9, 2013.act 1D.Evls, MarMinff Bernard.,PA. pate In this proceedIng, you tors for fine removal an~d dls- BARRED. ALSO& THE ,DEPARTMENT *OF after the sale., I.III .
NOTICE the Corm'missioin Chambers, !-9t0l85GateCV'yBtvd,Ste. 104 are entifted,at nacastfo You, posal 'of debris from ,the. Thedteof first-publication TRANSPORTATION SURVEY UNE;. WITNESS MY HAND and the
,, OIEOF APPUICATION James S.Page Governmental ,Amelia ldond, Forida 32034 :tolheprovision of 6tdn asss- :Swallowfork Drainage Impro- of this not ice It. December 4, AND' RUN INA N'ORTHWESTER- sed of tdsCourt onN1\1vembet ,
FORTAX DEED C orripIey, 961 3-5 Nassau PA *ce, Telephone., (04i)261T-2848 -1 tance, Plee cotc hvmetrjc.Cntractodr 2013 LY DCI O AION SAD 2..1.1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Yulee, Florldo: Such. resolution BRYAN, H.PATTERSON ADA.Coordinatoratf(904) 548-' 'to ftmInlh alllabor and machna- Janet A Carver I -SURVEY-UNE AND CENTEROF, JohnAXCrarwfdrd' ,* us BANK C/F Fl, DUNDEE UIEN wfit state the need for the levy .,PersanxdRisesentative '- 4600 press 0, at least 7, days' ery to load and haul away Attorney for Persond PAVEMENT, A -DISTANCE ,OF -Clerk of, the, Circuit-Court' 'The holder-of the following and wAil conain, a legal -2 1.14.-20 13 & 12,4-20213 before your's~heduled court 'debris tram approximately 16 Repzresentatfive r., I- 1 6,96.8.06 FEET:, RUN THFNCE By: /s/ Amanda earn' :*
certicate(s) has-fled' sId cer decrpto ,f th Iona -16 appearane or )nmdaey cef cleared area--', Emidl: Jaco960Ol I'd.comn NORTH 50 DEGREES.32 MIN- Deputy Clerk I
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.Iissued thereon. The certifite the levy. Copies of the Orao- NOTICE.OF PUBLIC HEARING lion If the time before the regdidng the bid, due date .Carver law Firm IRIGHT ANGLE TO'SAID UNE. A Dlsablftles'Act I : number(s) andYear .].f poeIomo eouth CIlY-COMMISSION .,scheduledappearanc4 is less and bid requirements for'ths 1550 Nectaine 6t DISTANCE OF3.0 ETTTE I o ar apesow1 a ,i
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check the Nassau Hujnane society 8 ANF sble for all press and. mriroomY
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flto oat e at (g 647 & tr R.e erience In press operations, Including AIRLINE CAREERS Begin Here Get 1018 Isle of Palms Ln. Fri. 12/6 & Sat.
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resume to: Sandy (904)277-8323. supervisor. Maintenance 'of Joey supply -34203. Specialized highway marking/
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of the law. All persons are hereby RETAIL MERCHANDISERS' needed clothes, miniatures, Barbies;. cook
Informed that all dwellings for store remodel in Fernandina Beach.
advertised are available on, an To work certain number of days for 8 SEMI ,RETIRED ELECTRICIAN books, frames, records 50,. 'vases.
equal opportunity basis. hours per dpy. Reset and POG Small jobs welcomed. (904)583-1465 Sat. 12/7, 9am-? 125 S. 6th &Beech.
Experience needed. This position Is as ____________A ETE O R
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been discriminated against tey Cheryl 770-474-0023. COASTAL bell, rod"& reels, whatnots, & rmuch,
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united States Department. of 'needs. Budget planning and other
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single-level home FLORIDA WATERFRONT CONDO NEW LOG HONE- on 8+ acres in VI'Srw w.chaplinwillfirsrentlls.
LIQUIDATION SALE Brand new Florida just $87,900. Sale! Sat 12/14. corn for the most recent information
in opulent 2BR/2BA 1,690sf luxury condo only 3BR/2BA, 1700sf cabin on spectacular SMALL 1BR 200 feet from beach. No on Long Term Rentals. Updated Dal
Oyster Bay Harbour $149,900. Originaly under contract for lake access setting in beautiful upscale smoking. $650/mo. incl. water + $500 Chaplin Williams Rentals, The Area s
Oyster Harbour $365,000. Near downtown Orlando & community with all infrastructure/ deposit Electric paid by renter. Svc Premier Rental Company
all theme parks/attractions. Must see. amenities completed. Exc financing animals only. Refs. (904)335-1665. Call now (877)333-0272 x173. ANF Call now (877)525-3033 x983.
Call Betsie Huben *constructed weather tight log hope
shell. ANF 2BR APARTMENT 2nd floor, near YULEE COTTAGE 2BR/1BA, CH&A;
of ACRE MOUNTAINTOP ESTATE Centre St., deck, eat-in kitchen, full fenced, separate storage shed. $725/
Prudential Gorgeous Blue Ridge mountain acreage bath $610 plus utilities. Call (904)321- Available an 1st. Call (904)465-0511.
featuring spectacular 3 state 191s StA Ca
towering hardwoods. Abuts U.S. Nat?
Chaplia Williams Forest. Great paved rd frontage, RV
Realty friendly. Priced to sell only $69,900. FOR RENT 2BR/1.5BA TH apt. 3BR1.BA 702 15th St
Exc financing. Call now (866)952-5303 CH&A, stov, refrg., D/W, carpet. Available Dec. $975/mo.
at 919-333-0836 92. AgF Service animals only $795/m. 828 deposit. Call (904)578534.
Nottingham Dr. Call (904)261-3035.
TENNESSEE LOG CABIN on 6 acres ON ISLAND At beach 1BR apts
with free boat slip. Only $74,900. New $195/wk, $795/mo. inc utils. Also 2/2 BEAUTIFUL WATERFRONT/DOCK
O AB 3BR/2BA log cabin shell, lake access & 3/1 duplexes inc utils. 2/1 3/2 OUS novated
nicely wooded, level setting Quiet SWMH $165-$275/wk, $675-$895/mo. HOUSE Renovated 3BR/SBA home
paved road frontage. Exc financing. + dep. Utils avail. L-term. 261-5034 CONDO FOR RENT 3BR/2BA, corner $1400/mo. (904)261-8287shopping
Call% no 878806 43 CONDO FOR RENT 3BR/SBA, comer $1400/mo. (904)261-8287
ground floor. Small complex,
Countr2BR/IBA SWMH in Blackrock area amenities upgraded, central island
Service animals only. W/D, huge location near medical facilities, pool.
privacy fenced yard. $700/mo + $700 Available now. Ph. (904)556-6853. IN PINEY, ISLAND on the marsh;
dep. (904)583-5969 1BR/1.5BA. Service anim ols onl
$850/mo. Incredible sunsetsl (904)
AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your e r 463-2770
Tues, Thurs & Fri 8 am -5 p RV to live on a. campground for $425/
~ ~ us 10 S.1thur &tet Frnanm in 5 ec Mo. All uiites Included. Ask about
1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach INC senior citizen special. (904)225-5577. F
FURNISHED BEACH* HOUSE
Needs volunleer to hep Nassi County SWMH 3BR/2BA, carport, fenced Enjoy. your unobsructed oceanview
(904) 277-2103 TID 1-800-955-8771 y families who need food, shelter Service animals only. Ref's req'd. at the end of each day. Conveniently
11i ai eeste.I 70m.+$0 e.(0)3-53 located across from Immediate
This institahtion is an Equaal Opportunily provider and employer add basic necessities. $700/mo. + $700 dep. (904)239-6523, located across from immediate OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA
Call:904.261.7000 for more info z Iv msg. -beach access. Fully fuished (904 6 C.H. Lassee
zPmimn, 2BR/2BA beach house. Must be seen Call (904)26.-4066, C.H. In erer
R a to be appreciated. Call 261-6227 Realtor for special rates... RV RETALS AVAILABLE -In a between 8:30 A.M.-3:30RM. M-F for
campground. Weekly or monthly. All n appointment.
utilities & WIFI included. (904)225-5577. n apponm t.


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e 1 OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT Excellent
LONG TERM RENTALS location on south end of Amelia Island,LON R M Flom Parke home $ m oat cornerof Avery Road and First CoasA 4BR2BA Flora Parke home SI.350mo Highway. Two rooms, 390sf, $700/mo
maintenance Includes electricity, heating/AC, wate
3BR/2BA home on Lofton Creek 2.600 and tax., Call (904)261-5364.
sqr.., Dock, garage/workshop, Large lot, HARRY GREEN ROAD "
gourmet kitchen, many other ionis's, .
$1,9501mo. Plus udtilites. 3BR/1BA home in Yulee. $500 PER MONTH (625 sq. ft.)
*,4BR/2BA Home Peeples Rd., $1 001mo.+ Office for rent, with plenty of space fot
-untiesltle. 1,000 sq.ft. Fenced yard. truck or trailer storage available. On.
US 17, one mile south of A1A. (904)
VACATION RENTAL $850/mo. Available now. 472-5993 (Robert).
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*AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY
"O WEL 2BR/IBA Ocean-view. 487 S. Fletcher HIBISCUS COURT 3BR/
Acmross' the street from the beach.All udl,
wl-fti,TV &. phone. 2.5BA'condo located in Amelia
3BR/3 A townhome In Sandpiper Loop
$1850/wk plus taxes&cleaning fee. Green. 1,800 sq.ft. Screened WANTED 10o iRENT From -Owrer 4?
*1801 &fFletcher2BR/IBA furnIshed Beach patio. O. h 2BA house or double wide mobla
e, .o yetl~~oepatio One car garage. home. Need Dec 1st or after Have
Cottagemohthly rental great for extended 25 lb dog Call(30
Cotaie25 lb. dog Ca1['(305)240- 0479.
vacations, winter rental, or longer. Public $1,395/mo. Available 12/1/13. Y .o c d. . . beach aces close, call office to Inspect .
now vacant. SUNFISH LANE 3BR2BA
COMMERCIAL home in Heron Isles. 1,500 .
5 Pqint Plaz 1,200 sqfi., $13sq ft.+ 350 sq ft 2 ar garage $950/mo. 8
cam & tax. c
Rye PolntsVillage, 1,200sq ft.AA/S. 8thSt. Available now. exposure Great for retail, services; or r
ofltce$S1200/mo+sales Looking for a
*850688 US HWY 17, 1,210 sq.ft. building
3.8acresoffegcepperformerlya Long Term Property
Nursery with some outbhliding and a green
house still on proper M manager?
Two 800sf Office/Retaill: spaces, can be
joiined for one, 1,600 sqf 'space,AIA next' With' 150+ properties and to Peacock ElectrIc $12/sq ft+ CAM &ITax
*,Amella Park Unit B.- small office (2 Over 30 yearsf experience rooms) with bath, S76 sq. kft. $1050/mo + we are here fOr you. sales tax. w act huck y o
1839jqS 8th StI.adjacento Huddle House, Contact Chuck Lynch for
lpisq fIt $1/00/mo. lease+ tax. Sale'also more information '
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Awesome view of Egan' Creek & Port Clinch Coage EsItate Sale Brick home 2BR/ZBA Nice 3BR/2BA Ocean View home, observa- Break room
St Park. Single family estate lot adjacent to Close to the Beadch and Downtown, 400 sqft. tion delck, wet bar, central atrium, and beach
historic landmark Amelia Island Iighthouse. Garage, 1200 sq.ft, He6ated/Cooled, access across the street make this a home for 4*
370+/- fR on Navigable side Of Egan's Creek enterlaining Stucco exterir, side entry
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4016 ST.PAUL BLVD SOUTH FLETCHER AVENUE 2801 ELIZABETH ST.
in Loflon Oaks on lafge corner lot with fenced Piisin75' Ocianfront lot on Amelia Island. Great Ocean View Duplex, 3BR/2BA -..in back yard. The.is addi tionalpartingis the. Yoiir chance tO own one ofthefew remaining Upstairs & has open concept with thek 5itchen, "a-back yarnwith pase pad inid'g5ted accs to Oceanfront loto available on Amelia Ihsand. dining, amd living room all together. -eia fiCS iTe.CO
rear yard. Master bedroom has oversized wilk- Bay nowfor either investment or to build 2BR/IBA downstairs. Loig ternsrental only
in shower and a large walk-in clset I Popular north end location. T: 904.310.6659
$137,500 MLS#700 'ss22,000 LS#566 s30,000 Ls 60s42 "nfo@ameliaofficesuiteS com







: 85500 AVANT ROAD CUSTOMIZED 3BR/2BA 850688 US Iwy 17 t 9' l 1 THEY'RE DYINGFOR
Trly unique home build over Lofton Creek. sypl bedroom. Cdutom ba ttin stelving. grnitie coun- Well-Isit ADA accessible buwtdag on a 3.8 acrelot At high tide you can fish from the front or eaops. Garage i heated & mated ocatad on he Comeral Itensive ZoningAllows opertion of back porch. There is also a private boat south end of Amsseia island., home inGofid o Suth most bsinesse Liutin is for Wtilding dmand lan
r a ms p . F i s b e n n a d' s d e l i g h t w i t h c a m po i o s ip ol c o u r s e o n l y c o f a t h e e q u p e e t a n d i n e t a y m a y b edpiA C m a i o o a
ramp..Fiheran'sdelght[ Adopt A Companion Toda
$220,000 MLS#59259 $459,000 MLS5S9070 $375,000 MLS#58403


RACHAEl AVENUE 75'x100' lot $130,000 AWESOME VIEW of Egan's Creek & Ft. Clisch State Park, sioSCOONER LANDING s c y loced on th l, close t gle family estate lot adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island
thOe R becANDpingh is oWri loted&2 oetherl, c5'loe t Lighthouse. 370*1- ft. on navigable Egam Creek. One of the high- -:
the beach, and shopping. is for lot 20 & 21 together, 85'x10'. eat elevations on the east oat. Possible oceanview and/or view of
$95,000 MLS#55195 downtown Femandina Beach. Treetop/bounday survey on file ORSCO I
2,66 ACRE LOT in Nassauville, undeveloped and ready to build. $995,000 MLS#37069
Deeded Acess to Rainbow Acres Boat M 7RaP,.and shorl.distance Ocean front 75 ft lot $525,000 MLS 56671 P Foret & Banks
IR TROAD in Pirates Woods .82 acre lot, co u- IESIIJBLE 1 ACRE Let on the South End of the Island,
PIRATES POINT RAinPrtsWos.8 o oco u-Beautiful trees and Estate sized lot make tis a difficult (o find prop- ;
nity has pool, clubhouse, boat ramp and dock $69,000 (VILS#58629 erty nAmalia, $250,000 for theAcre, or the comer 1/2 acre for $139,000 and the inside 1/2 for $124,900.


WELL BUILT, ADA ACCESSIBLE BUILDING on a 3.8 acre PRIMEFRONTAGE ALONG US 17 just north of A1A,a
lot located on Highway 17 just south of A1A. Commercial High development area in the heart ofYulee. $295,000. Development Tracts Excellent Hunting
Intensive Zoning allows operation of most businesses. Listing is Owner Financing Possible. Plans for an 11,00Os.f. Beatiful Homesites Peaceful ountr Living
for building and land only, some of the equipment and inventory Professional Office Building on file.
may be purchased. Owners will also consider a long term lease 64 ACRES along Amelia Island Parkway for a For Detis Visit RowellAuctions.corn
for building and land. $375;000 MLS#58403 Master Plarned Development
YULEEMINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your Rc o Inc.
own self storage facility and/or add new retail/office. 570' on
U.S. 17, total 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres. AC O
$1,575,000 "-. .."-: -002% *" 10%s ium