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CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK News-Leader 1 6 0th year No. 83 C op yright, 2014 The News-Leader Fernandina Beach, FL Printed on 100% recycled newsprint with soy based ink. I I N N D D E E X X B USINESS ...................................4A C LASSIFIEDS ............................. 8B C OUR T R EPOR T .................... 9A C ROSSWORD /S UDOKU ......7B E DITORIAL ..................................7A F ISHING / T IDE S ....................... 4B L EGAL N OTICES .................................9B O B ITU ARIES ........................................... 2A P E OPLE AND P LA CE S ........... 7B P OLICE R EPORT ....................9A S PORTS ........................................................1B W E DNESDAY O C TOBER 15, 2014 / 20 P A GES 2 S E CTIONS S S E E A A T T U U R R T T L L E E N N E E S S T T I I N N G G S S E E A A S S O O N N 2014: 116 (15 Lost to tides) Hatched: 8011 2013 Nests: 189 Hatchlings: 14,096 P P l l e e a a s s e e t t u u r r n n o o f f f f o o r r r r e e d d i i r r e e c c t t l l i i g g h h t t s s s s h h i i n n i i n n g g d d i i r r e e c c t t l l y y o o n n t t h h e e b b e e a a c c h h . F F o o r r a a d d e e t t a a i i l l e e d d c c o o u u n n t t s s e e e e w w w w w w . a a m m e e l l i i a a i i s s l l a a n n d d s s e e a a t t u u r r t t l l e e w w a a t t c c h h . c c o o m m . ANGELA DAUGHTRY News-Leader Westrec Marines contract to manage the city-owned Fernandina Harbor Marina was renewed by city commissioners at their Oct. 7 meeting with some significant changes. The management and lease agreement, which was originally a five-year contract when first written in 2009, w as changed to a year-to-year contract, as conceded by commissioners at an earlier meeting. A s it reads after its renewal, the m anagement and lease agreement can be terminated without cause at 90 days notice by the city or Westrec Marine. Westrec Vice President Gary Groenewold had asked in an April letter to City Manager Joe Gerrity for a three-year contract with two one-year options to follow. Westrec also offered to reduce its staff and close the marina at 6 p.m. d uring four winter months, rather than at 8 p.m., at a savings of $23,700 for the city, which the city accepted in the final contract. The city still covers all repair and maintenance costs for the marina, as well as personnel, insurance and administrative costs, which is an annual fixed fee of $95,000 in monthly installments. The city also pays a variable fee equal to 1 percent of the marinas $1.00 BETH JONES/NEWS-LEADER Yulee High School Homecoming Queen Bailey Wall and King Dante Owens were honored at halftime of the Hor nets football game Oct. 3, left. Fer nandina Beach High School Homecoming Queen Layton Lupone was escorted by Zach Mellin Friday night during halftime of the FBHS football game, right. Spor ts 1B. HOMECOMING ROYALTY MARK YOUR CALENDAR City renews marina contract H EATHER A. PERRY News-Leader M M emorial United Methodist Church will host the Thir d Annual T r e es for Troops event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 1 in Maxwell Hall. The goal for Trees for Troops 2014 is to provide at least 100 lighted two-foot trees, presents and filleds tockings to U.S. military troops serving in the Middle E ast. V isitors will be able to see the decorated trees, sign C hristmas car d s, enjoy r efr eshments and listen to holi day music. Drive-thr o ugh dr o p-off will also be available. Our goal is to adopt 100 or more deployed military tr oops this year Each will be pr o vided with a Christmas tr ee, stuf fed stocking and bag of pr esents. W e ve also adopted 10 military working dogs and their handlers. All K9 items have already been donated, said JulieB ergeron, a member of Mothers of Americas Military F allen, sponsors of the event. B er g er on is the mother of SPC. Kelly J. Mixon, a Y u lee soldier who was killed in action in Afghanistan on Dec. 8, 2010. Memorial United Methodist Church is graciously allowing use of their Maxwell Hall facility for thise vent, said Ber ger on. M ixons great aunt, Judi Mixon Brown, an MUMC c ongr e gant said, The Mixon family has r esided in Nassau County since 1940. We were overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and support from the community when Kelly was killed in Afghanistan and returned home to Fernandina Beach for his funeral before burial at Arlington National Cemetery Br own added, A lot of people want to do something for the tr oops but they dont know how or what to do, s o Trees for Troops is a wonderful outlet for people to g ive in a meaningful way Suggested donations for the tr o ops include two-foot lighted and decorated artificial Christmas trees (use only non-breakable ornaments, please), beef jerky, Hickory Farms summer sausage, Hickory Farms cheese, peanut butter in a cup, tuna packets, Ritz crackers, har d candy Natur e Valley oats n honey granola SUBMITTED T iny trees and cheerfully decorated stockings will be sent to troops serving in the Middle East followi ng the Trees for Troops event on Nov. 1 at Memorial United Methodist Church. Send trees to troops F er n andina Beach Detective Mike Mulkearns and Bella, rescued afters he was aband oned at a f lea market in September 2011, are among city police officers and their dogs featuredi n the 2015 N assau H umane Society calendar. More photos, 10A. PHOTO BY HELMUT ALBRECHT MARINAContinued on 3A TROOPSContinued on 3A SUBMITTED


CHIEF J AMES T. HURLEY Fernandina Beach Police The Fernandina Beach Police Depar tment began its very successful Shop with Cops pr ogram in 2004 and now ser ves mor e than 150 local school children each year, providing the opportunity to shop with a police officer at the Amelia Island Walmart store, while insuring that many of our underprivileged kids experience the joy of Christmas. This unique program provides an oppor tunity for chil dren in our community to spend some valuable time interacting with our uniformed police officers in a happy and positive environment. This kind of interaction is an important step in teaching some disaf fected kids that police officers are guardians of the young and should be tr usted in times of difficulty. Donations are collected all year long and every penny donated translates dir ectly to Christmas toys and much needed clothing. Our program participants ar e selected by local school guidance counselors, who make sur e that only the truly needy are given the opportunity to participate in this special program, which was inspired by local resident Don Monahan, who continues to act as our volunteer chair. Please call Don directly to invite him to speak to your church or civic group about the Shop with Cops program. He can be reached at 277-2091. Consider donating to this very worthwhile community pr ogram. The pr ogram is administer ed by the Fernandina Beach Police Foundation, which is controlled by a Board of Dir ectors comprised of Amelia Island residents. The Fernandina Beach Police Foundation isa 501(c3 ofit or ganiza tion and all donations to the program may be tax deductible. Donations may be sent to: Shop with Cops, Fernandina Beach Police Foundation, 1525 Lime St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. There is no doubt that this program provides some measure of comfort and hope to many of our young people, as well as their parents and guardians. As we notice each year many of these needy chil dren put others ahead of themselves, demonstrating gr eat compassion for loved ones and understanding for their own social condition. Many pass by traditional toys and games, opt ing for essential clothing and household items. The community suppor t has been inspirational over the past decade, while it is my hope that our wonderful community continues to champion this worthy cause for many years to come. T o view our most r ecent Shop with Cops video, visit the Police Foundation website at www .fb-pf.or g. Our next event will be held on Thursday, Dec. 11 at W almart. Debbie Carter D ebbie Carter of Fernandina Beach passed away on Wednesday, October 8, 2014 at Shands hospital in Jacksonville. She is survived by her loving fianc Buddy Ballard; mom and daddy, Ann Horner and Bill H orner; daughter, Cindy Hill of Greenville, S.C.; b rother, James Stokes of Laurens, S.C.; many grandchildren and many great-grandchildren; her loyal dog, Chloe; and many loving friends. No services are planned at this time. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a veterans organization. R obert Michael Chmely Mr. Robert Michael Chmely, age 80, of Amelia Island, FL passed away on Saturday, October 11, 2014 at the Warner Center for Caring at Baptist Medical Center in Fernandina Beach. Born in Elizabeth, NJ, h e was one of nine children born to the late F rank and Theresa Ruscus Chmely. After completing high school, he attended Seton Hall University where he earned his Bachelor of Arts Degree. He joined Prudential Insurance where he worked in many various departments until retiring in Warren, NJ as a Senior Vice President of Prudential Financial in 1997. He was a Certified Financial Actuary and a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries. A t the time of his retirement, he and his w ife moved to Jacksonville before coming t o Amelia Island in 2005. Mr. Chmely leaves behind, his wife, Nancy Grattan Chmely Amelia Island, FL, children, Robert Chmely, Morristown, NJ, Ann Marie Spagnola, Bernardsville, NJ, John Chmely, Green Village, New Jersey, Ann Ewing, Charlotte, NC, Beverly Lewis, D enville, NJ, brothers and sisters, Mary A nn Kuebler, Deltona, FL, Frank Chmely, Mitchells, VA, Theresa Matuch, St. Simons Island, GA, Clar e Chmely W e st Hartford, CT nine grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Funeral ser vices will be at 2:00 pm on Thursday, October 16, 2014 at the Amelia I sland Chapel with Reverend Don Edwards, A ssociate Pastor, officiating. M r. Chmely will be laid to rest in the Amelia Island Chapel Columbarium. Please shar e his Life Legacy at Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors Cathie Lewis Haspel C athie Lewis Haspel, 65, passed away p eacefully at home in Jacksonville, on O ctober 12. Born in 1949 in Fernandina Beach, she r e sided there for many years. After graduating from Fernandina Beach High School, Class of 1966, she attended Georgia Souther n College. After mar r y ing T r oy Lee Haspel, they owned and operate d Haspels Welding until retirement in 1 999. C athie loved nature. She enjoyed any f ishing, especially of f -shor e, on the Maypor t Princess. She was also passionate about wood-working, sewing, gardening, camping, & collecting sharks teeth. Cathie was a charter member of the DAVA. She stood for free access to our beaches. She was active in her childr ens sports and activities. She has often been r eferred t o as the life of the par ty and fr ee spirited. C athie was preceded in death by her husband, Troy Haspel, father, L.V. (Tump) Lewis, and mother Violet Cox Peeples. She leaves behind her daughter Sallie [Damon], son, Roy, [Angel] and stepson Lee [Molly]. Visitation will be at Hardage Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home, 850 St. Johns Bluff Road North, Jacksonville, 11:00 a.m.1 :00 p.m. on Thursday, October 16. Inurnment will take place for she and Troy, at the National Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Disabled American Veterans. Hardage-Giddens Chapel Hills Funeral Home Jacksonville R uth Mills Holland R uth Mills Holland passed away peacefully, surrounded by loved ones in Amelia Island, FL on 12 October 2014. Ruth was an amazing lady! Born in Pittsburgh, PA on July 21, 1915, Ruth attended The University of Pittsburgh, where she was a memb er of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. She was married to the love of her life, Donald E. Holland, for 52 years. She waited for him to return from service as a Naval Officer in World War II, then together they embarked on an around the globe adventure as they shared his 20-plus year Navy career, even living in Pago Pago, American S amoa. She lovingly raised their five children, and always found time to volunteer in every community she lived in: as a room mother and PTA President, as Booster Club volu nteer, Little League volunteer, a Girl Scout L eader and Council President, as a Navy R elief Society volunteer, as Navy Wives Club President, as Swim Team Volunteer, Garden Club memberyou name it, she did it! Ruth and Don retired in Virginia Beach, V a., where Ruth remained active in the community, including President of theR etired Officers Wives Club, member of T he Thoroughgood Garden Club, and playi ng bridge with her friends several times every week. She deeply loved her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and was able to travel in the U.S. and abr oad to spend time with them wher ever they lived, including Hawaii, Japan, Ireland and New Zealand. R uth moved to Amelia Island, FL in 2 007, where she enjoyed the beautiful w eather and being close to her oldest son, Captain Donald L. Holland, USN (Ret his wife Tammi. She loved living at Savannah Grand on Amelia Island, wher e she was lovingly car ed for by their mag nificent staff. Her family enjoyed getting to visit with her ther e. R uths legacy of love and service will a lways be remembered by her family and h er many friends. Ruth was predeceased by her husband, Donald E. Holland, and her daughter, Cathy Holland Br own. She will be deeply missed by her son, Captain Donald L. Holland, USN (Ret his wife T ammi Holland of Amelia Island, FL; son, Rev Richar d D. Holland and his w ife Vickie Holland of Wellington, New Z ealand; daughter, Nancy Holland Polatty and her husband RADM David P. Polatty III, USN (Ret, Susan Holland Shaw of Fr ont Royal, V A and 15 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. Ther e will be a private memorial ser v ice for family at a later date. In lieu of flow e rs, donations may be made to The W ounded Warrior Foundation, 4899 Belfort Rd #300, Jacksonville, FL 32256. Please shar e her life story and leave words of comfort at www.oxleyheard. com. Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors Kenneth W. Jones K enneth W. Jones, 64, of Yulee passed away peacefully on October 12, 2014. He is preceded in death by his parents: W.S. Jones and Mary Helms and extended family members. Kenneth is survived by his son, Kyle Jones (Mirandaen; Destiny, S avanna, Hunter, and Joshua, and brother; William Jones, Jr. A s a Nassau County native, he proudly worked for the Jefferson Smurfit Company for over 20 years. Kenneth enjoyed being an outdoorsman. He defined a great day with a fishing pole in hand and the sun warming his back. Or sitting quietly in the cold, early mornings for a days hunt. He w ill be remembered for his determination and love of nature. Integrity Cremations. Jacksonville F rances Nettles McGraw Mrs. Frances Nettles McGraw, age 84, of Fernandina Beach, FL passed away Saturday evening, October 4, 2014 at St. Vincents Medical Center in Jacksonville. M rs. McGraw was born on April 1, 1930 in J acksonville, FL, the younger of two children born to the late Jesse Frank Nettles and Maxine Brown Nettles. She was a 1948 graduate of Robert E. Lee High School in Jacksonville, FL. Mrs. McGraw, along with her husband were owners of the Buccaneer Restaurant in Amelia City. She later was a Bookkeeper for Fernandina Beach Lumber for a number of years before her retirement in 2005. M rs. McGraw had been a resident of F ernandina Beach for over 40 years, comi ng from Ft. George Island, FL. She was a member of the Jr. Womens Club in Jacksonville Beach and attended St. Peter s Episcopal Church in Fernandina. She was preceded in death by her husband, Captain Thomas McGraw, in 1989 and her brother, Lawrence Brown Nettles. M rs. McGraw leaves behind her five c hildren, Fredricka Martinez and her husband Ralph of Boulder, CO, Jennifer Miceli and her husband Jer r y of Las V e gas, NV, Thomas David McGraw of Astor FL, Mary Maxine McGraw of Ft. George Island, FL, and Thomas Michael McGraw and his wife Celia, also of Ft. George Island, FL, 15g randchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. A celebration of life will be held on S aturday, October 18, 2014 at 2:00 pm in the Burgess Chapel of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home. The family will r e ceive friends one hour prior to service time. If so desired, memorials may be made in Mrs. McGraw s name to St. Catherine s Labour e Manor 1750 Stockton St., J acksonville, FL 32204. P lease share her life story and leave c ondolences at Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors DEATH NOTICES Mrs. Marie Casillas, 91, Fer nandina B each, died on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014. Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors L inda Dunn, 4 8, died on Monday, Oct. 6 2014. Eternit y Funeral Homes-Nassau Mary C. Gwinn, 93, Fernandina Beach, died on T uesday Oct. 14, 2014. Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors Beverly Kimball, 67, Fernandina Beach, died on Satur day, Oct. 11, 2014. O xley-Heard Funeral Directors M ar gar et Lehman, 9 6, Amelia Island, d ied on Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014. Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors 2A W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 NEWS News-Leader CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK O BITUARIES W EEKLY UPDATE 5 5 1 1 1 1 A A s s h h S S t t r r e e e e t t , F F e e r r n n a a n n d d i i n n a a B B e e a a c c h h , F F L L 3 3 2 2 0 0 3 3 4 4 (904) 261-3696 Fax 261-3698 W W e e b b s s i i t t e e f f o o r r e e m m a a i i l l a a d d d d r r e e s s s s e e s s : : f f b b n n e e w w s s l l e e a a d d e e r r . c c o o m m Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday The News-Leader is published every W ednesday and Friday by The Fernandina Beach News-Leader, 511 Ash Street, P.O. Box 16766, Fernandina Beach, FL32034. Periodicals postage paid at Fernandina Beach, Fla. (USPS 189-900 1. Reproductions of the contents of this publication in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher are prohibited. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: News-Leader, P.O. Box 16766, Fernandina Beach, FL32035. The NewsLeader may only be sold by persons or businesses authorized by the publisher or circulation director. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS: The News-Leader assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertising. When notified promptly, the part of the advertisement in which the typographical error appears will be reprinted. All advertising is subject to the approval of the publisher The News-Leader reserves the right to correctly classify, edit or delete any objectionable wording or reject the advertisement in its entirety at any time prior to scheduled publication if it is determined that the advertisement or any part thereof is contrary to the general standard of advertising acceptance. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Mail in Nassau County . . . . . . . . . .$39.99 Mail out of Nassau County . . . . . . . . .$69.99 NEWS DEADLINES Community News: Monday 5 p.m. Letters to the editor: Monday 12 p.m. ChurchNotes: Monday 5 p.m. People and Places: Thursday, 3 p.m. ADVERTISING DEADLINES WEDNESDAYNEWS-LEADERFRIDAYNEWS-LEADER Classified Ads: Monday 5:00 p.m.* W ednesday, 5:00 p.m. Classified Display: Friday, 3 p.m.Tuesday, 5 p.m. Legal Notices: Friday noon N/A Retail Advertising: Friday, 3 p.m.Tuesday, 3 p.m. Monday holidays the Classified deadline wil be Friday at 5 p.m. N NO O B B L L E EM MO O N N U U M M E E N N T TC CO O M M P P A A N N Y Y, I IN N C C. .277-449914t h h& & A A t t l l a a n n t t i i c c v v i i s s i i t t n n o o b b l l e e m m o o n n u u m m e e n n t t . c c o o m m S hop with Cops 2014 ready to brighten lives Eugene Alley candidate for Nassau County Commission District 2, said he is not withdrawing fr om the election as stated in a front-page story Oct. 10. Rather, Alley said he is not actively campaigning because of illness. He r emains a write-in candidate for the of fice. The News-Leader strives for accuracy W e will promptly correct all factual errors. Please notify the editor of errors at or call (904 F OR THE REC ORD C C a a r r s s h h o o w w T he Amelia Cruizers and Chick-Fil-A present the 18th annual 8 Flags Car Show on Oct. 18 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. on Centre Street in downtown F ernandina Beach. For registration and more informationv isit P P a a r r a a d d e e e e n n t t r r i i e e s s n n e e e e d d e e d d The local Veterans Day Parade will be held on Nov. 8 a t 11 a.m. in downtown Fernandina Beach. For entryi nformation contact Lenora Staples at 261-5097. The p arade lines up at 10:30 a.m. at the baseball field at Ash and 11th streets. Line-up numbers will be assigned. The parade starts at 11 a.m. a nd is sponsored by American Legion Post 54,F ernandina Beach. U U n n i i t t e e d d W W a a y y k k i i c c k k o o f f f f United Way of Northeast Florida will host its 2014 Community Campaign kickoff on Wednesday, Oct. 22 f rom 8-9:30 a.m. at Omni Amelia Island Plantationr esort, 39 Beach Lagoon Road. Please RSVP to 3903215 or n assau-kickoff. N N a a v v y y S S e e a a l l F F o o u u n n d d a a t t i i o o n n On Oct. 16 the Amelia Island Charity Group will host an informational meeting about the Navy Seal F oundation at The Amelia I sland ClubLong Point. R eception is from 5-7 p.m. and is open to the public. The Navy Seal Foundation provides assistance to the Naval Special Warfare Community and their families. Please RSVP to Joe Murphy (904 m or L arry Byrd at 753-0457 or m lar r ybyr A A l l z z h h e e i i m m e e r r s s s s u u p p p p o o r r t t The Alzheimers Caregiver Support Group of Nassau County meets the thir d Thursday each month. T he next meeting is Oct. 16 f rom 2:30-4 p.m. at The C ouncil on Aging, acr o ss fr o m Baptist Medical Center Nassau. The meetings are open to the public and everyone who has an inter est is invited to attend. For infor mation call D ebra Dombkowski, LPN, at 2 61-0701, ext. 113. The W a lk T o End Alzheimer s will take place Nov. 8 at the Times-Union Center Riverwalk in downtown Jacksonville. Register online ata w alk. Join the local A lzheimers Caregiver Support Group & Council on Aging Nassau team or start a team of your own. F F r r e e e e d d i i n n n n e e r r Springhill Baptist Chur ch will ser ve meals for individuals and families in need in the area on Thursday, Oct. 16 from 5-6:30 p.m. at the church, 941017 Old Nassauville Road. Meals are ser ved on the four th Thursday of each month. The chur ch delivers meals to those who cannot come. For information call 261-4741. A A r r t t o o f f l l i i v v i i n n g g Burke & Ames Wellness is hosting free workshops in its Master the Ar t of Living Series. Topics include, Oct. 16, Open the Door to Happiness; and Oct. 30, Relief & Control of Pain. Workshops are held from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at 5422 First Coast Hwy., Amelia Island. Refreshments will be served. Call to r eser ve your seat at 557-0162. F F u u n n d d r r a a i i s s e e r r b b r r e e a a k k f f a a s s t t VFW and Girl Scout troops 880, 269 and 502 will host a fundraising breakfast of scrambled eggs, sausage and pancakes on Oct. 18 fr om 8:30-11 a.m. at the Post, 96086 Wade Place, under the Shave Bridge. Proceeds will support the Girl Scouts. S S t t e e a a k k n n i i g g h h t t The American Legion Riders of Post 54 host a steak dinner the third Saturday of the month at the Post, 626 S. Third St., Fernandina Beach. Dinner includes a steak, baked potato, corn on the cob, salad and a roll for a $12 donation. To-go orders are available by calling 261-7900. Enter tainment star ts at 7 p.m. H H a a t t T T e e a a The Deaconess Auxiliary of First Baptist Church of Yulee, the Rev. William G oode Jr., pastor, will sponsor their second annual Hat T ea at 2 p.m. Oct. 18. Everyone is invited to come a nd enjoy this beautiful occasion. For information contact Sister Nancy Johnson at 2255570 or Sister Laur Rhodes at 225-5226. G G u u n n c c o o u u r r s s e e s s A n eight-hour certified basic pistol and advanced d efensive tactics and how not to go to jail course will be held on Oct. 19 and again on Oct. 25 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. in Nassau County. A CWP training certificate will be issued. Contact Gary W. Belson at4 91-8358 or visit f or information. Belson also offers, by appointment, a certified concealed weapon license (permit) course that satisfies Florida Statute 790.06 for application to lawfully carry a concealed weapon. The one-hour course is h eld in Nassau County. Fee is $35. Call Belson at 4918358. C C o o n n f f e e d d e e r r a a t t e e s s o o n n s s The Sons of Confederate V e terans will meet Oct. 20 at the Pig Barbeque Restaurant, in Callahan, at 7 p.m. This is an open meeting and the public is invited to attend. P P a a r r e e n n t t i i n n g g t t e e e e n n s s P arenting teenagers is harder than ever for most parents today. Discovering you are not alone in the challenges you face and picking up ideas from other parents can make a huge difference. S t. Peters Episcopal C hur ch will of fer the P ar e nting T eenagers Course by ALPHA-USA for five weeks, Oct. 21-Nov 19. Joanne and Dan Roach will facilitate the course from 6-8:30 p.m. on Wednesdays. The cost is $75 for individu-a ls or $150 per couple, which i ncludes all materials and f ive dinners with entr e es prepared by Lulus. T o sign up or ask ques tions, call Gaye Pappas at 261-4293 in the church office. B B l l o o o o d d d d r r i i v v e e T he Fer nandina Beach R otary Club will hold a blood drive Oct. 22 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot of the Florida House Inn Conference Center at Fourth Street and Ash. Those interested in donating blood can make an appointment in advance on The BloodA lliances website at, or simply come at their convenience on the day of the drive. S S A A C C m m e e e e t t i i n n g g The School Advisor y Council of Fernandina Beach High School will have a meeting on Oct. 23 at 3:30 p.m. in the main office confer ence r oom. For any ques tions and/or concerns, contact Spencer G. Lodr ee at 261-5713. C C e e d d a a r r H H a a v v e e n n b b e e n n e e f f i i t t A cut-a-thon to benefit Cedar Have T ransitional House for Women will be held on Oct. 25 fr om 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Fernandina Beach Market Place on North Seventh Street, hosted by CoRmieR Hair Studio. Haircuts will be $10, with 100 percent of proceeds going to Cedar Haven, 900 Cedar St., whose mission is to close the gap of homelessness by providing transitional housing and education to improve the quality of life for homeless women without childr en. There will also be auctions and gift baskets. For mor e infor mation about the cut-a-thon, call 277-2767. For more on Cedar Haven, call 635-8789. A A f f t t e e r r n n o o o o n n o o f f b b e e a a u u t t y y Jump star t your holiday shopping with a free After noon of Beauty Oct. 25 fr om 2-6 p.m. at Radiant Yoga Studio, on the second flood of the Peck Center, 516 South 10th St. Get pampered and browse local vendors includingT upper war e, Arbonne beauty products, Origami Owl custom jewelr y Scentsy candles, Haven Forest Massage studio, Sandiloks Creations, Crochet by Shelly, Flip Flop Yoga Kids and Young Life Essential Oils. For information contact aprilbluemose or


b ars, boxed cookies and crackers, hot cocoa packets, C rystal Light individual packets, gum, Chapstick, hand and foot warmers, w hite crew socks, boxed Christmas lights and extens ion cords. Monetary donations also a re welcome to help purchase these as well as other items such as microfiber blankets requested by the troops, and to help with packaging and shipping costs. All donations are tax deductible. After receiving last years packages, three of the sold iers who received the items got together and wrote a t hank you note. I just wanted to write a quick thank you note for the thoughtful and kind box you sent over. We hung the lights over in our office, but brought the little tree back to our room, the soldiersw rote. My roommates and I a ppreciate all that you have g iven for our countr y and w hat you continue to do for those of us over here; truly a mazing, the note continued. e wish you and yours all the best for a delightful and peaceful Christmas surr ounded by family and friends. F or information, contact Bergeron at (904 o r email juliebergeron@ News-Leader Anyone in the United States w ho wants a Florida concealed weapons permit can now apply a t the Nassau County Tax Collectors Office in Yulee. T ax Collector John Drew took the first application on Oct.6 and said business has started off strong. We are completely booked with appointments for the next two weeks, said Drew, who said that his office has scheduled up to five appointments per day The department is one of f ive property tax collectors o ffices that have launched the a pplication service this month, and officials at the state Department of Agriculture say five more counties are starting application efforts soon. Why do they want to do offer this service? C onvenience and money, a ccording to Drew, who prom oted the idea. Were looking for other ways to provide services locally, said Drew. Its also a way to bring in additional r evenue. The price is $131 and includes fingerprinting and a color photograph of the appli-c ant. The tax collectors office s ends the infor mation elect ronically to the Department of Agriculture in Tallahassee. That depar tment allows up to 90 days to issue the per mit. CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK 3A W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 NEWS News-Leader G oin g out of to wn ? K ee p up with all the local news at The News-Leader! Your local paper! Stephanies40! Lordy,Lordy, g ross revenues of slip rentals, mooring fees and leases. The Fernandina Harbor Marina has a debt of $6 million that was incurred in 2005 a nd a $1.3 million loan issued in 2009. The debt was refinanced t o $3.73 million in 2010. According to City Finance D irector Patti Clifford, the city will pay $545,611 toward the marina debt in fiscal 2014-15, not including payroll, insurance and maintenance fees a nd administrative costs. a MARINA Continued from 1A TROOPS Continued from 1A County taps attorneys for help News-Leader N assau County will rely on an established network of attorn eys for legal help, if needed, until the board can decide how best to fill the county attorney position. David Hallman, 57, who held t he job since 2007, died Oct. 6. ere going to take our t ime to find an interim attorney, but weve got people we can r each out to if we have a legal question or concern that needs to be addressed, said County Manager Ted Selby. Nassau County Commissioners agreed Monday night to use local attorney Mollie Garrett for the day-to-day legal routine operations at the County Attorneys office. Paulo Soria, a ttorney, and Nabors, Giblins and Nickerson have offered their legal services if the county needs additional assistance. Garrett once worked as an assistant attorney for the county and previously filled in for Hallman, including last summer during a discussion about a tenn is club proposed for the Amelia National subdivision. Hallman recused himself from talks because that is where he lived. St. Johns Assistant County Attorney Soria, 30, graduated from the University of Florida in 2010 and worked as an intern in t he Nassau attorneys office as well as part-time until 2013. Paolo worked with David as an intern and I know (David thought highly of his work, said Selby. We have a good working relationship and as busy as we all are, I will step up and provide a s much help as I can, said Soria last week. The county has an ongoing relationship with Nabors, Giblin & Nickerson in Tallahassee. The firm specializes in local government law and Selby said the county could use the firm to a ssist with legal issues on an as-needed basis. Selby said the board is likely to consider whether to use a search firm or look for an attorney without outside help. All I know for sure at the moment is that this is an important decision that we dont w ant to go rushing into, said Selby. Concealed weapons permits popular Nassau County Tax Collector John Drew takes fingerprints Oct. 6 from Property Appraiser Michael Hickox, the first person to apply for a concealed weapons license at the local of fice. Looking on ar e State Sen. Aar on Bean and state Commissioner of A griculture Adam Putnam.


N assau County leaders, i ncluding state Sen. Aaron Bean ( R-Fernandina Beach) and local schools Superintendent John Ruis, met last week to form the Nassau County Public Education Foundation (NCPEF The NCPEF, which will be chair ed by Catherine Dr ew will p r omote educational excellence a nd opportunities in Nassau C ounty by suppor t ing educa tional pr o grams financially and by partnering with the school system. Im so proud to be a part of t his project, said Drew in a p ress release. Weve put togethe r a great board of directors who care deeply about the education of Nassau County children and will work hard to ensure they have the best opportunities available. Bean and Ruis worked to g ather potential boar d members a nd organize the formation of t he boar d Bean will ser ve in an advisor y capacity to the boar d and chair the Friends of the NCPEF to raise funds for the board and its future projects. T hey drew on the knowle dge of two community memb ers with experience from the Fernandina Beach High School Foundation and the former Yulee High School Foundation when they asked for help from Beth Clark and Barbi Townsend to pr epar e the gr oups charter b ylaws. T ownsend and Clark w ill also serve on the Friends of t he NCPEF The new founda tion hopes to help pr o vide fund ing for the FBHS Foundation enrichment grants, as well as for all other schools in Nassau County. The new NCPEF will strive t o provide enrichment for all s chools in the district, and has t he ability to pull down match ing grants r e ser v ed for countywide educational foundations, said Bean. We have wonderful schools in Nassau County, but we must ensure that we safeguar d those high standar ds, and thats exactly what this dynami c foundation team will do. Ever yone has r eally pulled together to make this happen, Ruis said, This has been a goal o f mine for a long time. It is a g reat day for Nassau County a nd our school system now that this foundation has been launched. The charter members of the foundation board include Catherine Drew (president), Sutton Place; Abby Bean (Pr esidentE lect); r etired city and county m anager Larry Myers (vice p r e sident); Brandy Car valho (tr e asur e r), White Oak; David Richardson (secretary), Florida Public Utilities; Ritz-Carlton General Manager Jim McManemon; Property Appraiser Michael Hickox; com m unity volunteer Kim Lunt; M ichael Mullin, attorney with R ogers T o wers Law Fir m; Nick Gillette, Gillette and Associates Engineering Fir m; and Scott Moore, president of 8 Flags Insurance Agency. Ruis and School Board Chairman Donna Mar tin will ser ve as ex-officio members. F or more information on the f oundation, contact Dr ew at 7530556 or CatherineHDr e w This is the tale of two cities, located in a state that is hardly a dog. In fact, there is plenty of tail-wagging in the state of Texas from the joy of rampant prosperity. Boasting one o f the strongest economies in the U.S., Texas endorses small government, low taxes and free markets. The recipe is working there, and in other states employing the same economic principles. Texas continues to lure businesses from other s tates, like California. Meanwhile, its oil and gas industry has exploded. Two cities embodying this prosperity are San Antonio and Austin, the state capital. They are modern cities with an eclectic flare. Construction is on s teroids in Austin. Enormous cranes dot the citys skyline. Four high-rise hotels are planned for the downtown district alone. Office buildi ngs abound like bluebonn ets, the state flower. S an Antonio is now the seventh-largest city in terms o f population in the country. Its growth and tourism are fed by a stream of riches the San Antonio River, as it branches out into the RiverW alk. The River Walk is a result o f innovative planning and coordination between the public and private sectors. It offers a Disney-type atmosphere in a near-tropical setting. The blending of r etail s hops, hotels and nature is s omething to behold. River t axis and tour boats busily motor up and back as tourists get a taste of the areas 400year history. The River Walk is a fascinating cr eation, with mon strous limestone rocks and l oads of concrete tastefully f used into the walls of the s tructure. Water falls, statues and stone bridges adorn the area. Its particularly impressive when you consider how cities, b oth big and small, struggle with harboring the potential of native waterways. Most do it p oorly. Fernandina Beach city officials have grappled over plans for improving the waterfront in this picturesque town. Revamping a silted-in marina has proven to bea difficult task. For many years now. I n neighboring Jacksonville, city planners there have wrestled with extracting economic benefits from the St. Johns River. A n ear-empty marina, vacant h igh-rise condominiums and a decimated Jacksonville Landing are the best of the c itys efforts thus far. Its eye-opening to see what is happening and succeeding in other places. Jacksonville and FernandinaB each could learn from a place like San Antonio. T aking a natural resource and converting it into an aesthetically appealing masterpiece like the River Walk is a source of scenery, pride and income for San Antonio. It has become the top touristd estination in the state. T his tale has a happy end i ng. Its exciting and refreshing to witness economic prosperity. So many places are lacking it. Texas has a lot of it. But then again, everything is big in T exas. Steve Nicklas is a financial a dvisor with a major U.S. f ir m. He can be r eached at 7 53-0236. B USINESS W E DNESDAY O C TOBER 15, 2014 / N E WS -L E ADER 4 A CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK Tickets are $20 at the door and proceeds will go to provide education, advocacy, support groups, medication/dental assistance, shoes and basic toiletries to residents in the county with a chronic mental health diagnosis. For more information or to make a donation to the auction please call (904 Fernandina Beach, Florida 32035 or email Nassau County affiliate of NAMI cordially invites you to attend its 10th Annual Community Awareness and Fundraiser Dinner on Friday, October 17th, 2014 at 6pm! The event will be held at St. Peters Episcopal Church in Burns Hall, 801 Atlantic Avenue, Fernandina Beach, Florida. Afull course meal will be provided by the Fernandina Beach Applebees. There will be a live and silent auction.Featuring: State Senator Aaron Bean as the Auctioneer also, Guest Speaker Dr.Ann GrenadierBiofeedback Associates of NE FloridaPeer Advocate John Hardman Guest Speaker Shannon PadgettEsq.NLPSA 1998 S.Fletcher Ave. FREE WiFi Hotspot 277-6652 www.SlidersSeaside.comLIVE MUSIC 7 NIGHTSAWEEK LateNight HappyHourFriday Nights 9 pm-1am Air AmeliaCome FlyWith UsCall for Reservations Lessons Also Available Call Texas shows us the way STEVE MARKET P LACE Steve Nicklas 4 s t ars for B arna bas Barnabas Center, a Nassau County nonprofit agency, has again achieved the covetedf our-star rating from Charity Navigator, Americas premier charity evaluator Four stars is the highest rating possible for sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency. Barnabas has received the four-star evaluation for eight consecutive years. Just 1 per cent of rated charities nationwide achieve this status, indicating that Barnabas Center outperforms most other charities in America. Ken Berger, CEO of Charity Navigator, said that this exceptional designation from Charity Navigator differ-e ntiates Barnabas Center from its peers and demonstrates to the public it is wor t hy of their trust. The mission of Barnabas Center is to provide assistance to individuals and families in crisis throughout Nassau County. Barnabas programs include crisis assistance, food pantr y medical and dental pr ograms along with the New To You resale store. To learn more about Barnabas Center and its services in Nassau County visit SUBMITTED P ictured are State Sen. Aaron Bean, David Richardson, Catherine Drew, Kim Lunt, Beth Clark, Barbi Townsend, Larry Myers, DARE officer Lisa McCumber, Property Appraiser Michael Hickox, Brandy Carvalho, Michael Mullin, Jim McManemon, Nick Gillette, Scott Moore, Abby Bean and schools Superintendent John Ruis. 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M M e e n n s s N N e e w w c c o o m m e e r r s s C C l l u u b b l l u u n n c c h h e e o o n n Nassau Countys budget a nd projected tax increase will be among the issues dis-c ussed by Nassau County Clerk of Court and C omptroller John Crawford at the Mens Newcomers Club monthly luncheon to be held Thursday at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club, 2800 Bill M elton Road. Club members gather for meet-and-greet at1 1:30 with the luncheon beginning at noon. C rawford, who serves as the countys chief financial officer as well as clerk of the circuit court, will be reviewing Nassau Countys fiscal h ealth as well as the role of the clerk and checks and bal-a nces of local government. He was elected to his post in 2 005 and has been reelected unopposed twice. Luncheon tickets are $17 at the door. For more information, see the clubs website a t C C i i t t y y e e l l e e c c t t i i o o n n A city candidate forum is scheduled at 7 p.m. Thursday a t City Hall, 204 Ash St. For i nformation, contact former mayor Susan Hardee Steger at 261-4372 or Fernandina Beach City Commission candidate C harlie Corbett will host a Meet and Greet for his camp aign at Beef OBradys, 1916 South 14th St., from 5-7 p.m. Monday. Corbett seeks ree lection in the Nov. 4 election. D D e e m m o o c c r r a a t t i i c c C C l l u u b b The Democratic Club of A melia Island will host its next dinner meeting at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club, 2800 Bill Melton Road, on Tuesday, Oct. 28. Doors will open at 6 p.m., with dinner served at 6:45 p.m. A cash bar w ill be available throughout the evening. T he speaker will be Maureen Paschke, community relations representative for Community Hospice of Northeast Florida in Nassau County. She will provide a broader understanding of hospice care and related services for families and careg ivers. Reservations for the dinner are requested. To reserve, send a check for $16 payable to DCAI to: DCAI, P.O. Box 16022, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035. You may also drop off a check at Democratic Party headquart ers at the corner of Eighth and Date streets in Fernandina Beach. For more information, or t o reserve by phone or email, c ontact Penny Reid at 5092 94-3708 or dcai.secretary@ L L e e g g i i s s l l a a t t i i v v e e D D e e l l e e g g a a t t i i o o n n S tate Rep. Janet H. Adkins, c hair of the Nassau County L egislative Delegation, a nnounces the organizational meeting to elect the 2015 delegation chair, and the general l egislative hearing of the Nassau County LegislativeD elegation. The meeting will be on T hursday, Dec. 4 from 6-8 p.m. at the Nassau County Commission Chambers located within the James S. Page Governmental Complex at 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee. Interested citizens wishing t o be placed on the agenda for the Dec. 4 public hearing are a sked to contact Adkins office at 491-3664 prior to close of business Friday, Nov. 14. Local bill information and procedures are also available at under the Reference Materials Section. A ll material or handouts for this meeting should be delivered to Adkins office no later than Nov. 17. The office is at 905 S. Eighth St., Fernandina Beach. For additional information, contact Jim Adams at Adkins office at 491-3664 or by email a t All Nassau County Legislative Delegation meet-i ngs are open to the public. CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK 5A W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 NEWS News-Leader NOTICE OF CERTIFICATION OF TAX ROLLSPursuant to section 193.122(2 Statutes, notice is hereby given to all taxpayers and owners of both real and personal property that the 2014 Nassau County Tax Rolls have been e xtended to show the tax attributable to all taxable property and that said tax rolls were certified for collection to the Tax Collector on October 7, 2014. A. Michael Hickox Nassau County Property Appraiser Highway designation honors Francis Gibbs State Rep. Janet Adkins, Sen. Aaron Bean and representatives from the Florida Department of Transportation and others will hold a ceremony designating a section of A1A between Atlantic Avenue a nd Simmons Road to the memory of Francis B. Gibbs. The ceremony will take place at 11 a.m. Friday in the open lot on the southwest corner of Fletcher and Atlantic in Fernandina Beach. During the 2014 session of the Florida Legislature, Bean s ponsored a bill cosponsored by Adkins designating this portion of A1A in memory of Gibbs, a Fernandina Beach resident and graduate of Fernandina Beach High School who died in 2013 after many years in public service and community i nvolvement. Adkins said, Francis Gibbs is a local hero who lived and worked to share his values and his love for his community throughout his long years in public service. Francisn ever forgot who he was or where he came from and always had time to catch up on local issues in Nassau County. Francis was also a warrior whether in Washington working in the halls of Congress or in Florida with t he Florida Department of Transportation. Francis was a leader no matter where he landed; everyone grew to appreciate his keen intellect and ability to understand a problem and get it solved. I am grateful to Francis for his efforts to help us get A1A r epaired, to save the St. Johns Ferry and many other issues too numerous to mention. Francis loved his family and his home here in Nassau County and contributed greatly to all those he touched. This recognition is well deserved and I am honored to have had a chance to support its adoption. The public is encouraged to attend the dedication ceremony. For additional information, contact Adkins office at 491-3 664. Ballots are in the mail News-Leader V oting costs money. According to the Nassau County Supervisor of Elections it costs $17,174 to print 55,400 ballots for the N ov. 4 general election. Thirty-one cents per ball ot, said Vicki Cannon in an email last week. E arly voting is under way and 10,000 ballots have been sent out, said Cannon. Cannon said ballots for military and overseas voters w ere mailed on Sept. 19 and that domestic ballots werem ailed during the first week of October. C annon said ballots must be returned to her office no later than 7 p.m. on Nov. 4. For overseas voters, their b allots must be received by the 10th day after the elec-t ion, said Cannon. Elections Systems & Software based in Omaha, N eb., printed the ballots from a location in Alabama. C annon said the company also provides the voting equipment to the county. Cannon said printing is an important consideration. e choose the printer based on the quality of the p roduct. Nothing is worse in o ur line of work, than having b allots that wont tabulate, said Cannon. If you would like to request a Vote by Mail ballot, call 491-7500, 1-866-2604301 or TDD 904-491-7510, or visit www.votenassau. com. E arly voting in person will b e 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Oct. 21 to N ov 1 at the Mar tin Luther King Jr./Elm Street Recreation Center, 1200 Elm St., Fernandina Beach; James S. Page Governmental Complex, Yulee; Nassau County Building, MicklerS treet, Callahan; and Hilliard C ommunity Center, Pecan S tr e et, Hilliar d. Election Day voting will take place at local precincts from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 4. There are city, county, state and federal elections this fall, including a contest for gov e rnor between Gov. Rick S cott, a Republican, and his p r e decessor Charlie Crist, a Democrat. P OLITICS IN BRIEF APUBLICSERVICEANNOUNCMENT BYTHENEWS-LEADER NL/PSA


One recent day I woke up and yes, it was autumn! Seems like the hot weather would never end, the biting bugs would never go away a nd the tourists would forever be filling our beaches. But then one day it was fall! Finally I could go out in the garden and enjoy the experience. For many weeks Ive been selectively ignoring my planted areas. Its been just too bloody hot to deal w ith and besides, the tomatoes and beans have been long gone and the zinnia flowers I planted to replace them have been all harvested weeks ago. With the crops all finished, there has been no real inducement to visit this area of my yard, hidden from t he backyard by tall bottlebrush shrubs and from the front yard by a fence. When the weather finally cooled down and I ventured here again, what a mess! The dead zinnia plants were five feet high, but towering even higher were a number of n ameless (to me were stalky and more than six feet tall. And the thorn-less blackberry vines that should have been pruned back after they produced, had been s orely neglected as well and formed a mass of long stalks reaching into the raised beds and adding t heir own chaos to the fray. And over on the other side of the house my other plot of flowers for cutting has also turned to ruin. Yes there were still some good zinnia flowers on a few of the stalks, but like t he other side garden this one too has been taken over by weeds. And dont even get me started on the butterfly garden. A few of the hardy plants had managed to flower but here too weeds had taken up most of the space. Worse yet the heavy rains this summer h ad also created growth spurts in weedy vines and the pineapple guava and chaste trees and the hydrangea and bottlebrush bushes were all getting covered and shaded with vines. So, one fall day when the temperature at 7 a.m. was f inally less than 80 degrees, I jumped out of bed, rolled upm y sleeves and set to work to m ake things right. About t ime, my husband Bucko mumbled under his breath. Hed been dutifully mowing the lawn and trimming the areas of yard I had notc laimed for myself at least once a week all summer. As a good husband he didnt nag m e about my neglect all summ er. But now, with few words said, I knew he was elated. It took two and a half hours to clear the giant weeds. I skipped my water aerobics class that day, but got my exer cise nonetheless a s I huffed and puffed and y anked out weeds, and d ragged or car r ied 10 or more large tubs full of plants and root balls off into the woods to decompose. It may have been cooler weather but befor e long I was sweating like a champ. While I was doing this manual labor though, my m ind was full of fun thoughts. I watched the green and Cuban anoles, both species, scampering up the fence at my approach. I listened to hawks scr eaming over head and the cackle of a startled kingfisher and tried to locate their landing spots in the woods. And while I worked the backyar d bunny was nearby watching me from under the hedge and maybe hopingI d come out with some car r ot trimmings like Ive been doing recently. Finally, at last, the planting beds were empty once again except for two late blooming zinnia plants that wer e still producing flowers. The blackber r y vines had been t rimmed and the r emaining strong canes were affixed to the fence. The weedy smilax and V irginia creeper vines were gone from the shrubs and the weeding ef for ts in the b utter f ly gar den r evealed vol unteer milkweed plants that now could grow to their full potential. So, I was finished. But r eally? It doesn t take a gar dener ver y long to start filling up empty spaces once again. Befor e the week was out I h ad planted mor e than 100 f reesia and ranunculus bulbs in one side bed and soon enough sweet pea flowering vines will be planted in another. I wonder, should I also plant some onion sets? And what about lettuce and s pinach surely that would b e good in the side yard r aised beds? And so another cycle begins again. Fall is a great time to be out enjoying our yards, and what better way to do it than by watching things gr ow where they should (and i gnoring once again the w eeds that will no doubt be b ack again too). And, as for the backyar d bunny soon enough I know Ill be complaining about it eating my lettuce just like last year. Some things never change. Pat Foster-Turley is a zoolog ist on Amelia Island. She welc omes your nature questions a nd obser v ations. p 6 A CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 NEWS News-Leader Fall gardening CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH NOTICE OF REFERENDUMAreferendum election will be held on the ballot with the City of Fernandina Beach General Election on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 for the consideration by the voters of the City of Fernandina Beach of the proposed amendment to the City Charter. The question to appear on the referendum ballot reflecting the proposed amendment to the City Charter at the election scheduled for Tuesday, November 4, 2014 shall be as follows: Q uestion No.1 Terms of Commissioners Should the City Charter be amended to provide that City Commissioners shall serve four (4ear terms instead of three (3ear termsand City elections held everytwo (2ears in conjunction with county, state and federal elections? Yes for Approval Nofor RejectionC opies of the referendum ballot reflecting the proposed amendments to t he City Charter may be inspected in the office of the City Clerk, City Hall, 2 04 Ash Street, between the hours of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday through F riday. For information on the referendum, please contact the City Clerks Office at 310-3115. Ifyou haveany questions regarding this Charter Amendment, please c ontact the City Clerks office at 310-3115, 204 Ash Street, Fernandina B each, FL, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through F riday. / s/ Caroline Best C ity Clerk C ity of Fernandina Beach W ILD WAYS Pat F oster-Turley The raised beds are empty b ut not for long, above. Sweet pea vines, onions, l ettuce and spinach coming soon. Left, a rabbit has been welcome in the backy ard all summer but now that lettuce is being planted again this may be trouble! PHOTOS BY PAT FOSTER-TURLEY FOR THE NEWS-LEADER


CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK 7A W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 OPINION News-Leader VIEWPOINT /R ON P AUL /F ORMER C ONGRESSMAN Liberty, not government, key to containing Ebola A ccording to F orbes m agazine, at least 5 ,000 Americans contacted health car e providers fearful they had contracted Ebola after the media r epor t ed that someone with Ebola had enter ed the United States. All 5,000 cases turned out to be false alarms. In fact, despite all the hype about Ebola generated by the media and government officials, as of thisw riting there has only been one identified case o f someone contracting Ebola within the U nited States. Ebola is a dangerous disease, but it is very dif ficult to contract. Ebola spr e ads via dir e ct contact with the vir us. This usually occurs through contact with bodily fluids. While the Ebola virus may remain on dry surfaces for several hours, it can be destroyed by commond isinfectants. So commonsense precautions s hould be able to pr event Ebola fr om spr eadi ng. It is no coincidence that many of those countries suf fering fr o m mass Ebola out br eaks have also suf fer e d fr om the plagues of dictatorship and war The devastation wrought by years of war has made it impossible for these countries to develop moder n health care i nfrastr ucture. For example, the 14-year civil w ar in Liberia left that countr y with almost no t rained doctors. Those who could leave the war-torn country were quick to depart. Sadly, American foreign aid props up dictators and encourages militarism in these countries. President Obamas response to the Ebola crisis has been to send 3,000 troops to West African countries to help with tr eatment and containment. Obama did not bother to seek congr essional authorization for this overseas military deployment. Nor did he bother to tell the American people how long the mission would last, how much it would cost or what section of the Constitution authorizes him to send U.S. troops on humanitarian missions. The people of Liberia and other countries would be better of f if the U.S. gover nment left them alone. Leave it to private citizens to invest in African business and trade with the African people. Private investment and trade would help these countries develop thriving free-market economies capable of sustaining a modern health care infrastructure. Legitimate concerns about protecting airline passengers from those with Ebola or other infectious diseases can best be addressed by returning responsibility for passenger safety to the airlines. After all, private a irlines have a greater incentive than does g overnment to protect their passengers from c ontagious diseases. They can do so while providing a safe means of travel for those seeking medical treatment in the United States. This would remove the incentive to lie about exposur e to the vir us among those seeking to come here for treatment. Ebola patients in the U.S. have received per mission from the Food and Drug Administration to use unapproved drugs. This is a positive development. But why should those suffering from potentially lethal diseases have to seek special permission from federal bureaucrats to use treatments their physicians think might help? And does anyone doubt that the FDAs cumbersome approval pr ocess has slowed down the development of tr eatments for Ebola? Fir estone Tire and Rubber Co. has successfully contained the spread of Ebola among 80,000 people living in Harbel, the Liberian town housing employees of Firestones Liberian plant and their families. In March, a fter the wife of a Firestone employee develo ped Ebola symptoms, Firestone constructed i ts own treatment center and implemented a program of quarantine and treatment. Firestone has successfully kept the Ebola virus from spreading among its employees. As of this writing, ther e ar e only thr ee Ebola patients at Firestones treatment facility. Firestones success in containing Ebola shows that, far fr om justifying new state action, the Ebola crises demonstrates that individuals acting in the free market can do a better job of containing Ebola than can governments. The Ebola crisis is also another example of how U.S. foreign aid harms the ver y people we ar e claiming to help. Limiting government at home and abroad is the best way to pr otect health and fr eedom. Ron Paul is a for mer congressman and presidential candidate. He can be r eached at This column is distributed by Cagle Cartoons newspaper syndicate. Dancing in tight britches or hip boots? Who would imagine that a grown, semimacho, clod-kicking, cornbread-loving man would sit and watch spangle-clad men and women dance around for an hour or two? T hats what I asked myself about eight y ears ago. T oday it s still har d for me to say d -d-dancing within earshot of other men, thinking they might take away my Man Card. But because confession is good for the soul, and guests on the Dr. Phil show, I admit openly andw ith uncoerced consent t hat I watch Dancing with t he Stars, or at least par t of it, most every week. It wasnt my idea originally. It was my wifes idea.I wouldve preferred watching Dirty Jobs you know, where some guyn amed Mike Rowe puts on h ip boots and slogs into a b og to find out where crustaceans live. Or he crawls up under a locomotive to lear n what all goes into maintain ing an Amtrak train that charges twice as much and takes four times as long as a plane. Now, thats a mans show. But Dirty Jobs was canceled, and Dancing with the Stars is still goings trong. Maybe that means that TV watchers p refer tight-fitting pants to loose-fitting hip b oots. If it had been up to me, I would have sur f ed the channels to find an old John Wayne movie whose plot I had forgotten. (Memory is the second thing to go with age, and I cant remember the first thing.) Anything with John W ayne in it is a man s s how. Id rather turn over to that sports channel that r eruns the college football games I saw on TV the Saturday before. Thats a mans show. Id rather watch the latest debate between an elephant and a donkey running for a spot in the nations jungle without a clue about what they could do if they got it. Forget I said that. Id rather watch dancing. And I have been watching. I also have been reading a newspaper or a magazine or a book, catching up on the latest ways to conserve water. I could have gone to another r oom to r ead in private, but my r ecliner is in the keeping area of our house, an area I didn t know existed until we got one. So Ive stayed with the TV and the r ecliner But I didnt want to miss Tommy Chong of Cheech and Chong fame as he shook his 76-year-old hips, gliding the floor with a beautiful blonde like two wheel dollies on greased concrete. I didn t want to miss actor Alfonso Ribeiro busting out the Carlton, which, if Chong tried it, would mean emer gency shoulder sur ger y the next day. I didn t want to miss Randy Couture, the icon of Mixed Martial Arts and Ultimate Fighting Championship as he pretended to dance. Now theres a real man, that Randy Coutur e, showing people of like gender that its OK to wear tight britches and spangles and flutter ar ound the r oom like a butter fly, a wounded butter fly but a butterfly. I feel much better now. Thanks for reading my confession. Phil Hudgins is the senior editor for Community Newspapers Inc., the media company that owns the News-Leader. phudgins@cnine w s p aper BILL SCHORR/CAGLE CAR TOONS HOW TO WRITE US ~ Letters must include writers name (printed and signature), address and telephone number for verification. Writers are normally limited to one letter in a 30-day period. No poems will be published. Letters should be typed or printed. Not all letters are published. Send letters to: Letters to the Editor, P.O. Box 16766, Fernandina Beach, FL., 32035 E-mail: mparnell@fbnewsleader. com. visit us on-line at C rises occur if issues are not dealt with early when they are manageable. For example, when an acre of beautiful old oaks at Amelia City were removed to make room for a gas station/convenience store, island residents became vocal on the need for tree protection. But it was too late! Some six years earlier, when a strong tree protection ordinance was considered by the county, residents stayed h ome allowing a West Side contingent to overpower the small band of Sierrans trying to get i t passed. Had the island residents who were upset over the loss of the Amelia City oaks supported tree protection years ago, most of those old oaks would still be there. Similarly, the current brouhaha over the Nassau Ocean Highway and Port Authority plans for expansion could have been avoided h ad the public paid attention to the election of port authority commissioners. T here are a number of environmental issues that impact Nassau and Florida as a whole that will be decided at the polls in the next four weeks that impact potential crises. One issue is Amendment 1 on the ballot: Florida Water and Land Legacy Constitutional Amendment. If voters do not adopt the amendm ent, the prospects for restoring and protecting Floridas waters and for land acquisition w ill remain at the mercy of the legislature, which has not been friendly to the environment in recent years. Amendment 1 gives Florida voters an opportunity to keep drinking water clean, prot ect our rivers, lakes and springs and protect o ur beaches and shores. It will direct one-third of existing fees collected by the state when r e al estate is sold to protect natural areas and wildlife habitat and preserve our water quality. Fees on real estate transactions, aka doc s tamps, have been allocated to water and land c onservation since 1968. Yet since 2009, these fees have been diverted by the legislature to the states general revenues while funding for water and land conservation projects has been slashed by more than 95 percent. Amendment 1 would provide $10 billion over the 20-year life of the measure, all without any tax increase. If the amendment is approved, there will h ave to be an implementing bill that creates the laws that will carry out the intent of the a mendment. Even if the amendment passes, there is no guarantee that an implementing bill will be passed soon. Florida legislators are not known for their support of environmental causes. And this is the second issue voters must decide in this election: The makeup of the T allahassee government. The current government administration a nd legislature has failed in environmental protection. Funding has been cut to the point where it is meaningless. The popular Florida Forever program has been defunded; state leaders have slashed its money by more than 95 percent, putting more than a million acres of open spaces, from wetlands to prairies to b eaches vulnerable to development. The Florida Department of Environmental P rotection (DEP employees fired and those who were doing their jobs trying to stop polluters from harming Floridas environment punished. (The number of actions the DEP has taken against p olluters has plummeted by more than 85 perc ent in the last four years.) Tallahassee has worked to weaken urban fer t ilizer rules that protect our estuaries. The Florida coast is facing a massive red tide algal bloom that could devastate tourism and dimini sh recreational fishing, yet our legislators still o ppose strong water-quality standards proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency. Florida is on the front lines of climate change. Coastal property owners are on the verge of seeing their flood insurance premiums rise as seawater inches higher. The landmark National Climate Assessment, released earlier this year, warned that just inches of s ea level rise will impair the capacity of stormwater drainage systems to empty into t he ocean. Yet the state government keeps its head in the sand and leaders say climate change is hypothetical. No political entity local or state has taken action concerning our finite fresh water. If nothing is done now to conserve that resource, large increases in water bills are on t he way and no public outcry will stop it (just as Florida Public Utilitys rate increase was a pproved despite community opposition). Its not just Republicans who are to blame. Two sitting Democratic legislators I have spoken with rolled their eyes when I brought up environmental issues. A Democratic candidate for state office told me environmental protection is a dirty word (siconmental c aucus of the Florida Democratic Party asked office holders and seekers to sign on, but only a small fraction did so. Because of this disinterest in environmental issues, we are headed for a series of crises. The time to deal with these issues is now, while they are manageable. We need to elect p eople to public office who are committed to p rotecting our environment (not just committed to protecting their political careers). We may need new people to r u n for office; we may need a new green party to mobilize this protection because the existing parties arent. A nd we need to pass Amendment 1. Now! VIEWPOINT /R OBERT M. W EINTRAUB /A MELIA I SLAND Vote Yes on Amendment 1 VOICE OF THE PEOPLE C C i i t t y y e e l l e e c c t t i i o o n n The time is nearing when the citizens and voters of Fernandina Beach have some crucial decisions to elect candidates who will strive to put our city going Forward and leave those who don t think we need to do the important issues. V oting times ar e not dif ficult these days, we have absentee, early voting six days starting on Tuesday and ending on Nov. 1 from 10 a.m. till 6 p.m. at four locations: MLK Recreational Center, 1200 Elm St.; James S. Page Governmental Complex Y ulee; Callahan County Building, Mickler Street, Callahan; and Hillar d Community Center Pecan Str eet. These are for early voting. On Tuesday, Nov. 4 you vote at your regular polling locations. Super visor of Elections V icki Cannon and her staff are giving the voters and poll workers the tools that few of our counties have in Florida. The staf f and poll workers are the best trained and the voters need to vote and help the city get through the difficult decisions. I attended one for um so far it was well attended, the candidates wer e given a chance to r espond to the well-thought-out questions and most of them did. The next forum will be at City Hall on Thursday at the chambers. The local chapter of the AARP had a Meet and Greet informal chance for the voters to ask questions and meet the candidates onT uesday at the Council on Aging building. Again, getting back to having a good business appr oach, the city can encourage and not discourage businesses from coming here and locating their businesses. We need to look at all the possibilities of getting businesses (large and small) plus developers to put their money and tax dollars in Fernandina. That brings back past ef for ts to open Alachua Str eet and Fr ont Street for new developments, and that needs to get done quickly. There are people waiting for this to happen, our commissioners need to open the street and area for development and these improvements will happen. This will increase our tax dollars, and make the blighted area more productive. This was part of the For war d Fer nandina plan, and it also would benefit the devel opment of the water front park and CRA area, plus the downtown area. The railroad and city would become a joint effort along with the developers to increase needed tax revenue and make a dif fer ence to the entire area. As my infamous College Pr ofessor would say Things may look bad and they probably are just think, they could be a lot worse. John P. 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Foster. n Denzel Malik Albertie pleaded not guilty to child neglect. n A jury trial date of Oct. 17 was set for Peter Alexander B ooker on a charge of armed robbery. n Blake Gage Brass pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling or occupied structure, grand theft third-degree, more than $300 but less than $5,000, and fraudulent use of an unauthorized credit card and was adjud icated guilty. He was sentenced to 18 months in a state prison with credit for time served, to run concurrently, and was ordered to pay $418 in court costs, $248 in restitution, $150 to the Public Defenders Office and $100 to the State Attorneys Office. n E dward L. Brown will not be prosecuted on a charge of grand theft. n Darryl Wayne Burden pleaded guilty to two counts of dealing in stolen property, two counts of false identification ofr egulated metals property under $300, and petit theft, second conviction. Sentencing is Oct. 16. n Kyle Leighton Fisher pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed firearm and adjudi-c ation was withheld. He pleaded guilty to driving while intoxi cated and possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis, no c itation, and was adjudicated guilty. He was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and 24 months probation. He must enroll in in-patient treatment with the Veterans Administration treatment facili ty and attend Level 2 DUI school. His drivers license is suspended/revoked for 10 years followed by a two-year interlock device. He must remain in Nassau County Jail until a bed is available at the treatment center. He was ordered to pay $2,391 in restit ution, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $50 to the Public Defenders Office. n Michael Chad Hutto was served an affidavit and denied two counts of violation of probation being served for two counts of possession of marijuana with intent to sell, deliver o r manufacture. n A jury trial date of Nov. 17 was set for Nason Vincent Jones on a charge of sale or delivery of cocaine. n Clinton Wayne Lee Jr. pleaded guilty to a lesser-included charge of petit theft and was adjudicated guilty. He was sent enced to time served in Nassau County Jail and ordered to pay $311 in court costs and $50 to the State Attorneys Office. n David Allen McRae pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and adjudi-c ation was withheld. He was sentenced to 18 months drug offender probation with random urinalysis and must submit to a drug/alcohol evaluation within 60 days and follow up with any recommended treatment.P robation may be terminated after six months if in full c ompliance. He was ordered to pay $518 in court costs, $ 150 to the Public Defenders Office and $100 to the State Attorneys Office. The court has no objection to probation being transferred to the state of Georgia. n Cherrie Monique Perkins p leaded not guilty to sale or delivery of cocaine. n Demetris Bernard Small was served an affidavit and denied a violation of probation being served for possession of cannabis with intent to sell, deliver, manufacture or purchase and possession of c ontrolled substance paraphernalia. n A jury trial date of Dec. 11 was set for Nichole LacretiaGordon Storch on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without intent to kill and discharging a firearm from a vehicle within 1,000 feet from a person. n Kenneth Clifford Vennes admitted to a violation of probation being served for driving with a suspended license and was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated and he was sentenced to time served in Nassau C ounty Jail. n Vanessa Linette Vought pleaded guilty to giving false ownership information on pawned items, $300 or more, and grand theft and adjudication was withheld. She was notp rosecuted on a charge of dealing in stolen property. She was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail followed by 18 months probation. She must complete 50 hours of community service at a minimum off ive hours per month. The court has no objection to transferring p robation to Duval County. She was ordered to pay $530 in restit ution, $418 in court costs and $100 to the State Attorneys Office. n Tommy Lee Wells was served an affidavit and denied a violation of probation being served for fraudulent use of a c redit card and four counts of violation of probation being served for four counts of fraudulent use of credit cards over $100. n Garrett Ray Wilkes pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and adjudication was w ithheld. He pleaded guilty to reckless driving and was adjudicated guilty. On count one he was sentenced to 18 months drug offender probation with the special conditions of random urinalysis and a drug/alcohol evaluation within 60 days and any follow-up treatment. O n count two he was sentenced to a year of probation, to run concurrently, with the conditions that his car is impounded for 30 days, he must attend Level 2 DUI school, have an interlock device on his car for one year and complete 50 hours of community service. P robation may be terminated early after nine months if in compliance. He was ordered to pay $518 in court costs and $100 to the State Attorneys Office. n Shawn Andrew Wilson p leaded guilty to two counts of sale, delivery, purchase or manufacture of marijuana and was adjudicated guilty. He was sentenced to 18 months drug offender probation with random urinalysis and must have ad rug/alcohol evaluation within 60 days and follow up with a ny recommended treatment. He was ordered to pay a total of $ 1,036 in court costs, $300 to the Public Defenders Office and $200 to the State Attorneys Office. Scam of the Week IRS isnt calling JOHN P. MEGNA For the news-Leader Seniors vs. Crime received an alert that we will share with o ur readers. Our office received a call f rom a citizens cell phone and she wanted to let everyone know of this scam. She and her husband received a call from the IRS saying she needed to give them some additional information about h er account. The scammer wanted to know more of their p ersonal information for their scams. The couple were alert enough not to give them any of the requested information and immediately called our office to report this s cam. In further discussions, the caller repeated his request but became angry and more intense toward the couple for not responding to their r equest. The couple reported t he caller was very rude and said some words to them. O ur first tip is: If you receive a call especially from a so-called government department, or someone you dont know hang up! A government agency will not call you asking for personal inform ation, they will contact you through the mail. Be aware a lso that even the mail might be bogus. Check before r esponding with your personal information or sending any money. Second: If you have any doubts, call and report it. Our n umber again is (904 3226, or stop in at 1525 Lime S t., Fernandina (Fernandina Beach Police Department b uilding). Ask for Seniors vs. Crime, our office is open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 0 a.m. till 2 p.m. W e remind you there is no fee we are a Special Project of the Florida State Attor n eys Office. THEYREDYINGFOR A2ND CHANCEA A d d o o p p t t A A C C o o m m p p a a n n i i o o n n T T o o d d a a y yHOMELESS ANIMALS...S A V E U SA PU BLICSE RVICEANNOUNCMENTBYTHENEWS-LEADER


T his was written by Angela Daughtry of the News-Leader f rom oral and written reports by the Nassau County Sheriffs Office, the City of Fernandina Beach Police Department and other agencies. Arrest indicates suspicion of a crime, not guilt. Anyone with information a bout criminal activity can contact the Fernandina Beach P olice Department at 277-7342 or the Nassau County Sheriffs Office at 225-5174 (NonEmergency Line), 548-4009 (Administrative Receptionist or 855-725-2630 (Toll Free). The We Tip program 1800-78CRIME also allows callers to leave anonymous tips. N N e e w w l l y y w w e e d d a a l l t t e e r r c c a a t t i i o o n n According to a city police report, a 41-year-old man from Providence, R.I., was arrested at the Blue Heron Inn, Fernandina Beach, on Sept. 26 for batteri ng his bride of two days. Police were called to the inn on South Seventh Street the morning of Sept. 26 by staff that said a man and woman had been involved in a domestic dispute the night before. A female guest had approached staff at that time, telling them she had been injured by her husband. P olice subsequently interviewed the couple separately t he next day. T he woman, who was d escribed as upset and crying, told police she and her husband were married two days ago and were on their honeymoon. She stated they had bothh ad a lot to drink while in the downtown Fernandina Beach a rea, and when they got back to t he inn the husband became u pset and pushed (the woman into the pool. The alter c ation continued when the newlyweds returned to their room, where the husband r epor tedly grabbed his wife s ar m, causing a large bruise. During the fight, a doork nob r epor tedly was damaged a nd flower ar r angements wer e thrown about the room, after which the husband disappeared and did not return until morning. After being r ead his rights, the husband admitted to hav ing pushed his new wife into the pool the night befor e and t hr owing the flowers. The man also reportedly stated he was upset about some money that was lost in the room. The man was arrested for domestic batter y a misde meanor, and taken to Nassau County Jail. E E l l d d e e r r l l y y n n e e g g l l e e c c t t A man and woman from Yulee were arrested by Nassau County deputies Sept. 22 for neglect of an elderly woman in their car e, according to a police r e port. Deputies were called to Baptist Medical Center Nassau after a doctor contacted authorities in reference to the poor health of a 76-year -old patient. The treating physician told police the victim had been br ought in by r escue personnel after she was found unresponsive by her caregivers, according to the report. On examination, she was found to be suffering from major malnutrition, weighing only 77 pounds, and had a body temperatur e of only 88 degr ees. The victim was also suf fering from bedsores, bruises and a urinary tract infection. Due to her body temperature, emergency personnel believed she may have been deceased. The physician told police she d id not believe the patient would die within 24 hours, but c ould not say what would happen after that time. She also said the patients condition was the result of neglect, and that the bedsores, which were not being cared for properly, were the result of the patients staying ino ne position for extended periods. T he patient had reportedly been in the care of Lennon Scott Hayman, 52, and Angelica Christine Holcombe, 42, where they were providing 24-hour care for the victim at their Yulee home at 85517 Haddock Road. Hayman and Holcombe initially denied a request by police t o inspect the victims living conditions, but allowed police to come by the next day. According to the report, on inspection the residence had an extremely pungent odor of urine and cleaning supplies. The room where the victim had been staying consisted of a f uton couch, a dresser with a television set on it and an electric floor fan ... as the room did not have central air or heat. During questioning later that day, Holcombe said she and Hayman provided 24-hour care for the victim, which included bathing, changing diapers, feeding, and cleaning her room. Holcombe also told police the v ictim received money through Social Security ($1,800 a month p lus a pension through her d eceased husband, which was d eposited into a joint account with Holcombe and the victim. Those funds were reportedly supposed to be used to provide care for the victim. Haymana lso stated he provided care for the victim while Holcombe was a t work. P olice determined that H olcombe and Haymans lack of care was the direct cause of the victim s physical condition, and that they failed to take action in providing the necessary medical ser vices that wer e essen tial to her well-being. Both were arrested for f elony neglect of an elderly per s on without gr e at bodily har m. F F e e l l o o n n y y a a r r r r e e s s t t s s n Brandon Lee White, 31, Jacksonville, Oct. 5, Nassau County capias, bur glary, grand theft. n Fr ederick A. W aring, 38, J acksonville, Oct. 5, possession of heroin, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. n Sarah Irene Harris, 25, Easley S.C., Oct 5, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. n Kenneth Har old M or risson Jr ., 30, Jacksonville, O ct. 5, Nassau County capias, burglary, grand theft. n B ennie Joe Boatright, 57, 86514 Yulee Hills Road, Yulee, Oct. 5, driving while license suspended or revoked, expired tag, window tint violation. n Heather Danielle Williams, 33, 36341 Holiday Drive,C allahan, Oct. 4, Duval County warrant, dealing in stolen prope rty, giving false verification of ownership. n Marshall Ian DePriest, 31, 85125 Elise Road, Yulee, Oct. 4, Nassau County warrant, failure to appear/sale or delivery of cocaine, failure to appear/possession of cocaine, driving while license suspended or revoked, c ontempt of court, no valid drivers license. n Wendy Ann Futch-Collier, 43, Atlantic Beach, Oct. 3, Nassau County warrant, violation of probation/burglary of a structure, grand theft. n Thomas Watson Hutchinson, 46, 54361 Heron Road, C allahan, Oct. 3, warrantless arrest, violation of probation, possession of cocaine. n Dustin William Ratliff, 33, Jacksonville, Oct. 3, larceny grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied dwelling. n Samuel Elbert Powell, 54, Jacksonville, Oct. 3, larceny g rand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000, unarmed burg lary of an unoccupied d welling. n A shley Corine KellerFanelli, 23, 996 Citrona Drive, Fernandina Beach, Oct. 2, fraudulent use of a credit card. n Reginald Brown II, 31, 9 6096 Starlight Lane, Yulee, Oct. 1, Nassau County capias, violat ion of probation/burglary g rand theft, violation of probat ion/burglary of a structure. n Andrea Simmons Rowland, 37, 1821 Highland Drive, Fernandina Beach, Oct. 1, Clay County warrant, violation of probation/grand theft. n Antonio LaRae Y oung, 29, 86184 Augustus Ave., Yulee, O ct. 1, fraudulent use of a cr ed i t car d n Thomas Watson Hutchinson, 46, 44034 Maplewood Court, Callahan, Oct. 1, aggravated assault. n Matthew Michael McClain, 20, Beazer s Place, Yulee, Sept. 30, vehicle grand theft, damage to pr oper ty/criminal m ischief $1,000 or mor e, unarmed burglary of an unoccupied conveyance, grand theft more than $300 but less than $5,000. n R yan Spencer Solonman, 34, 86503 Sand Hickory Trail, Yulee, Sept. 29, possession of a contr olled substance without a p r escription, possession of less t han 20 grams of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia. n D onnie Eugene GrosVentre, 47, 76212 Nicholas Cutinha Road, Yulee, Sept. 29, Nassau County warrant, violation of probation/domestic battery with strangulation. n Ashley Danielle Adams, 2 9, 942063 Old Nassauville Road, Fernandina Beach, Sept. 2 9, Nassau County capias, failure to appear/petit theft second conviction, violation of probation/grand theft. n Larry Gene Hauter, 21, Middleburg, Sept. 27, battery of a law enforcement officer, affray, disorderly conduct. n Misty Dawn Campbell, 28, M iddleburg, Sept. 27, battery of a law enforcement officer, affray, disorderly conduct. n Ryan Patrick Benefield, 40, Jacksonville, Sept. 26, Duval County warrant, battery, writ of attachment/contempt. n Jeffrey Allen Weddington, 24, 85730 Owens Road, F ernandina Beach, Sept. 26, bond surrender, dealing in stolen property, felony battery, false imprisonment, depriving a person from making a 911 call. n Debra Renee Riggs, 48, 839 Mary St., Fernandina Beach, Sept. 26, Nassau County warrant, burglary of a dwelling, grand theft. n Anthony Reed Sergent, 3 6, 1007 Calle Corta, Fernandina Beach, Sept. 26, N assau County warrant, sale of a controlled substance. n J ohn Wayn Bass, 36, 86498 Yulee Hills Road, Yulee, Sept. 25, violation of probation/possession of a controlled substance. n R obert Warren Smith, 24, 56126 Boggy Trail, Callahan, S ept. 25, Nassau County warr ant, violation of probation/sale, m anufacture or delivery of a controlled substance. n Nicholas Adam Holden, 30, 540701 Lem Turner Road, Callahan, Sept. 25, Duval County war rant, giving false ver ification of ownership, dealing in s tolen property. n Alex Scott Cuda, 27, M erritt Island, Sept. 25, carrying a concealed weapon. n Heath Jacob Ward, 19, Elberta, Ala., Sept. 24, Alabama warrant, revocation of probation/burglary. n Willie Lamon Wilson, 36, C onway, S.C., Sept. 23, driving with a suspended license, habitu al offender. n Kenneth Clifford Vennes, 46, 2355 Will Hardee Road, Fernandina Beach, Sept. 23, Nassau County warrant, violation of probation/driving with license suspended or revoked. n Robery BenjaminMcKnight Brown, 30, J acksonville, Sept. 23, Duval County warrant, uttering a forged instrument. n Andrea Nichole Mitchell, 34, 630 Vernon St., Fernandina Beach, Sept. 22, Fernandina Beach warrant, sale of cocaine. n Eric Justin Nix, 24, 85355 Lonnie Crews Road, Fernandina B each, Sept. 22, grand theft vehicle, petit larceny, more than $100 but less than $300, first degree. n Jeffrey Thomas Miller, 49, 45003 Vera Ave., Callahan, Sept. 22, possession of over 20 grams of marijuana. n Brannon Andrue Braddock, 22, Jacksonville, possession of over 20 grams of mari juana, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, manufacture o r deliver. n F loyd Christopher Divens, 4 2, 10 South 10th St., Fernandina Beach, Sept. 22, robbery by snatching, felony battery. 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S ales of the 2015 Nassau Humane Society calendar will benefit its new building campaign. The calendars feature Fernandina Beach Police officers and their dogs, m ost of them rescued f rom the NHS or other s helters. Fernandina Police Capt. Jim Nor m an, Rocco and Gracie, left, were selected for the cover of the 2015 Nassau HumaneS ociety calendar. Rocco is a seven-year-old Chinese C rested and Rocco is a five-year-old Brussels Grif f on. Deputy Chief Mark Foxworth and Ladybug,r escued after Mark s wife Mary saw her photo on a s ocial media site, far left. S gt. Billy Haney and his d og Zeus, top left, rescued from a bad situation and now an impor t ant member of the family. Sgt. Tracey Hamilton with Izzabelle and Annabelle, top right, r es c ued together after both w ere discarded, possibly b ecause both are deaf. The calendars are being sold for $20 each and all proceeds go to the NHS. Calendars may be purchased at the shelter, police depar tment, Fer nandina Beach Animal H ospital and the Humane S ocietys Second Chance s tor e Helmut Albrecht volunteered to be the photographer. The calendars were printed at Amelia Island Graphics. PHOTOS BY HELMUT ALBRECHT 10A W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 NEWS News-Leader CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK M ARK YOUR CALENDAR: POLICE AND THEIR DOGS 277-3942 CFC 1426558 FLCFC 057478GAMPR 006661 474390 E. S.R. 200 Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 DEER W ALK Y our plumbing needs are important to us.Sales,service and installation. Sho w r oom and counter sales open to y ou. W e pr o v iding plumbing for residential,commercial or industrial systems.24/7 emergency service.Our staff is ready to help. Currently repairing our building and asking all to drive safely while visiti ng us. DEER TRA CKS W e love when people comein our plumbing company and visit or stop in D eerw alk to locally shop.We knew it was a matter of time and it happened. One building w as hit by a delivery truck damaging Crump's Barbershop and scar ing their customers.We ask that all drivers take care,watch where they ar e going and don't go over 5 mph while visiting us.Drive slowly,especially w a tch for children and other pedestrians.Please do not hit them or our by the coffee is on. Thefoodpantryneeds donations of non-perishable food items all year round. For more information, call:261-7000 1303 Jasmine St., Suite 101 Fernandina Beach,FLCENTER, INC. APublic Service Announcement by The News-LeaderDONT LITTERSPAY~NEUTER


CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK OUTDOORS/ TIDES WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER1 5, 2014NEWS-LEADER/ FERNANDINABEACH, FL ORIDA BETH JONESNe w s-LeaderThe Pirates hosted crosscounty rival West Nassau Friday for homecoming. The visiting Warriors spoiled homecoming, beating the one-win Pirates 43-26. The Fernandina Beach High School football team (16) heads to Taylor County Friday night for its second district matchup of the season. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. The Pirates are idle next week and cap the season at home with Madison County Oct. 31. The Yulee Hornets traveled to Ribault for another district matchup of the season. They were shut out 14-0 by the Trojans. "I was really proud of the effort our guys gave," said Bobby Ramsay, head football coach at Yulee High School. "They really played their hearts out. We just couldn't finish some of our more productive drives. "Ribault is a very talented team, on defense in particular. Our defense, I thought, gave us a great chance to win the game, but on offense, we just couldn't sustain anything over the course of the game. We also had a few injuries, but I was proud of how some of the other guys stepped up." Dennis Borregginne anchored the defense with 11 tackles, four assists and a quarterback sack. Christian Anderson had six stops. Isiah Leverett had five tackles and a sack. Jamari Peacock had 15 carries for 68 rushing yards; Kydrin Huguley had three for 24 yards; A.J. Damiano, three for 27; and Bryce Oldaker had a pair of receptions for 32 yards. The Hornets are on the r oad again this week. They BETH JONESNe w s-LeaderThe Pirate golf team captured consecutive district titles with Monday's victory at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club. The Pirates carded a 304 to advance to the regional tournament Tuesday at the Holiday Golf Club. Also advancing to region were Yulee (second with a 342) and Stanton (349). Also competing in the district were West Nassau (381) and Terry Parker (389). Fernandina Beach High School senior Eric Shelly was the district medalist. He posted a 74. Capturing second place in a scorecard tiebreaker was Harrison Wells of FBHS with a 76. He tied with teammate Drew Rountree. Brandon Mitchell of West Nassau was fourth with a 77. Y ulee's Justin Morris was seventh after a scorecard tiebreaker. He shot a 78 to tie with FBHS's Justin Going. "I am very proud of the boys defending their title, back-to-back district champs, and taking their next step to the regional tournament, where we hope to be state bound,"FBHS Coach Christina Steffen said. The state tournament is Nov. 3-5 at Mission Inn Resort, Las Colinas course. The Pirates (14-1) suffered their lone loss of the season to Bolles. FBHS defeated Bishop Kenny, West Nassau, T rinity Christian, Providence and Yulee during the regular season. Shelly was medalist against West Nassau (37) and T rinity (39); Wells was medalist in another Trinity matchup (38), against Providence (36) and another match with West Nassau (38).SUBMITTEDDistrict champions from FBHS include, from left, Harrison Wells, Eric Shelly, Heyward Burnett, Justin Going and Drew Rountree.Pirates capture back-to-back district championships FBHS, Yulee head to regionW arriors spoil Pirates homecoming, 43-26Y ulee shut out by the Trojans PHOTOS BY BETH JONES/NEWS-LEADERDevin Bulna, left, at quarterback Friday night for the FBHS Pirates. A pair of Pirate defenders wrap up a Warrior, right. The P irate offense in formation, below left. Tyreke Hubbard, below right, after scoring a Pirate touchdown. play at Baker County Friday night at 7 p.m. "Baker County is a team that has a lot of talent, and is young," Ramsay said. "They offensively are as good as anyone we have played this year. Our own offense has to make some changes, starting with me and how I help the coaches and players to support them as much as possible. We have to create some big plays; they have been lacking the last two weeks." PEEWEE POWER PHOTOS BY BETH JONES/NEWS-LEADERThe Fernandina Beach Pop Warner Junior Peewees hosted Union County Saturday and remain unbeaten on the season. Josiah Rauls in action, right, and Dane Puca carries the ball, far right.


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Jayne Paige and Joyce Tonti tied for third place.R R e e g g g g i i e e H H u u n n t t m m e e m m o o r r i i a a l lBig Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida will host the 19th annual Reggie Hunt Memorial Golf Classic Oct. 24 at the Amelia River Golf Club. The event is held annually in Nassau County in memory of William Reginald Hunt Jr., a former Fernandina Beach High School student-athlete and six-year participant in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida in Nassau County. Big Brothers Big Sisters in Nassau County relies on private donations and community support to positively affect the lives of children facing adversity. Programs focus on academic success, positive behaviors, job readiness and more. Registration for the 19th annual Reggie Hunt Memorial Golf Classic begins at 12:30 p.m. with a 1 p.m. shotgun start. A reception with prizes will be held following the tournament, including prizes and recognition for the top three teams that raise the most money for BBBSNEFL and carry the lowest tournament net score. Big Brothers Big Sisters in Nassau County community partners include the Nassau County Sheriff's Office and RockTenn. Corporate sponsors include First Coast Community Bank, Rayonier, W almart, Ameris Bank, Rick Keffer Jeep-Chrysler-Dodge and AlphaGraphics. For information about the 19th annual Reggie Hunt Memorial Golf Classic, to register a team or become a sponsor, contact Rainey Crawford, Nassau County area manager, at (904) 4850126 or S S t t a a r r t t i i n n g g P P o o i i n n t t t t o o u u r r n n e e y ySponsorships are now available for the fourth annual Starting Point Golf Tournament and the agency is looking for local companies interested in supporting mental health programs for children. Each year, the tournament raises funds to support substance abuse and mental health programs for Nassau County children. The tournament will take place Nov. 3 at Amelia National Golf & Country Club beginning with registration at 11 a.m. and capping off with a barbecue and silent auction. Sponsorships are available at four different levels and include player spots, dinner and beverages and sponsor r ecognition. Starting Point provides mental health and substance abuse services for children and teens, including school and home-based programs. In addition to sponsorships, many local firms are supporting the event with hole sponsorships and donations to the silent auction. Each year, the silent auction includes donated items such as gift certificates to salons, golf courses and restaurants, as well as gift baskets, event tickets, merchandise and artwork. For information on the tournament, contact chair Cherie Billings at 277-2995 or email golftournament@ Starting Point Behavioral Health provides mental health and substance abuse treatment services to children, teens and adults in Nassau County. Serving more than 3,700 individuals each year, Starting Point is a non-profit agency.N N a a v v y y S S e e a a l l t t o o u u r r n n e e y y s s l l a a t t e e d d f f o o r r N N o o v v . 8 8The fourth annual Navy Seal Foundation Golf Classic will be held at Long Point at The Amelia Island Club Nov. 8. This event is open to the public. Fee is $300 per player. The tournament concludes with dinner and a silent auction. Registration for the golf tournament is open until Oct. 31. Register early as the tournament is limited to 144 players. Proceeds support the Navy Seal Foundation, which provides immediate and ongoing support and assistance to the Navy Special Warfare community and their families. Event sponsorships are available. All donations are welcome and tax-deductible. Contact Mike Clower at 261-2217 or clowerm@bellsouth. net or Larry Byrd at 753-0457 or mlarrybyrd127 for information on the event. Registration information for the tournament is available at G OLF NEWSHot shots game of day for Fernandina ladies SUBMITTEDPlaying in the Fernandina Beach Women's Golf Association member-guest tournament Sept. 23 were, from left, Debbie Engers, Mary Ann Dossin, member Terri Wright and Debbie Bressette. RECREATION ROUNDUPFERNANDINABEACH P ARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT OPEN ADULTVOLLEYBALLat Peck Gym T uesdays and Fridays from 7-9 p.m., $2/ day city resident, $5 non-city. YOUTH VOLLEYBALL at Peck Gym Tuesdays and Fridays from 3-5 p.m. for school and club teams. Play-ers must have adult coach or adult supervision. Call at least 24 hours in advance: 310-3353. $2/day city resident, $5 non-city resident. OPEN INDOOR SOCCER at Peck Gym Wednesdays from 6-8 p.m., $2 city residents, $5 non-city. OPEN BASKETBALLat Peck Gym Monday, W ednes-day, Thursday from 11 a.m.5:45 p.m. and T uesday and Friday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m., based on court availability. MAHARAJ TENNIS • Junior clinics through De-cember (Monday-Thursday): Level 1 (Monday/ W ednesday from 3-3:45 p.m., ages 4-8) and Level 2 (Monday/Wednesday from 3:45-4:30 p.m., ages 6-10), $48 city residents, $64 noncity. Level 3 (Tuesday/ Thursday from 3:30-4:30 p.m., ages 9-14), $64 city residents, $80 non-city. Level 4 (Tuesday/ Thursday from 4:30-6 p.m., ages 11 and up), $96 city residents, $120 non-city. Level 5 (Monday/Wednesday from 4:30-6 p.m., ages 11 and up high school and USTA tournament players), $96 city residents, $120 noncity. • Adult clinics (MondayThursday and Saturday):ROUND Continued on 4B


CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACKWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER1 5, 2014 SPORTS News-Leader 3B FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL Boys Golf Oct. 21Regional Nov. 3-5State YULEE HIGH SCHOOL V arsity Football Oct. 17at Baker County*7:00 Oct. 24BISHOPKENNY* (SR)7:00 Oct. 30at Stanton*7:00 Nov. 7at West Nassau7:30 *District YULEE HIGH SCHOOL Junior Varsity Football Oct. 16BISHOPKENNY6:00 Oct. 23at Fernandina Beach6:00 FERNANDINABEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL Football Oct. 22at Bolles5:00 FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL Cross Country Oct. 18AMELIAINVITATIONAL8:00 Oct. 22District 3-2A Nov. 6Region 1-2 at Pensacola Nov. 15State 2Aat Tallahassee FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL Junior Varsity Football Oct. 16at Hilliard6:00 Oct. 23YULEE6:00 FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL V arsity Football Oct. 17at Taylor County*7:30 Oct. 31MADISON*7:00 *District FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL V olleyball Oct. 16at Ponte Vedra5:30/6:30 Oct. 20-23 District 4-4Aat WNHS YULEE MIDDLE SCHOOL Football Oct. 21at Callahan5:00 2014 SCHEDULES Both varsity and junior varsity volleyball teams from Yu lee Middle School beat Fernandina Beach Middle School to capture the Nassau County titles. The seatings of both teams leading up to the finals were as follows: YMS's junior varsity team defeated Callahan Middle School and FBMS defeated Hilliard to place them in the championship match. In the championship match, Yulee won the first game 25-18 and the second 26-24 for the county title. Nadiyah Richards led in serving while Emily Sheperis and Allysa McRae dominated on the net with seven hits each. The varsity girls were seeded third going into the playoffs. They had a great run the last two weeks of the season. Early in the season the varsity girls lost to Fernandina and Bolles once and Hilliard twice. They defeated Fernandina and Bolles in the last games of the season and defeated Hilliard in the semifinal round, sending them to the final. FBMS beat Callahan in the other semifinal. YMS won the first game of the championship 25-7 and FBMS won the second 25-22. YMS clinched the county title with a 16-14 victory in the third game. Gracie Mixon and Tayler O'Quinn led the squad in serves and sets while Jessica Bradley and Baleigh Higginbotham dominated on the net with blocks and hits. Jaelyn Harding, Madison Vanzant and Gracie Berglund kept everything under control with their great offensive and defensive passes. Coach Sandy Catto of YMS said this has been one of the most competitive seasons in a long time. L ady Hornets sweep FBMS for county championshipsC OUNTY CHAMPSSUBMITTED PHOTOSThe varsity include, from left, Linzie LaFavor, Jessica Bradley, Gracie Mixon, Gracie Berglund, Tayler O'Quinn, Baleigh Higginbotham, Jaelyn Harding, Madison Vanzant, Aria Treanor, Jordan Bell, Charlott Watson, Sydney Friedman and Bianca Dawson. The JV includes, back row from left, Coach Cooper, Emily Sheperis, Nadiyah Richards, Carley Boyles, Emma Daniel, Christa Pritchard, Faith Nevin, Rebecca Lundy; front row, Savannah Rowell, Allysa McRae, V alerie Healey, Alexis Hayden, Abigale Cooner and Carlynn Williams. SPORTS SHORTST T r r o o u u t t t t o o u u r r n n a a m m e e n n t tThe Nassau Sport Fishing Association’s 28th annual Trout Tournament will be held Nov. 7-8. The final registration and the mandatory captain’s meeting will be held at T iger Point Marina Nov. 7, starting at 6:30 p.m. Check-out will be from Fernandina Harbor Marina Nov. 8 from safe light to 8 a.m. The weigh-in will be at the Tiger Point Marina on Egans Creek. The weigh-in line opens at 3:30 p.m. and closes at 4:30 p.m. The awards dinner will also be held at T iger Point Marina Nov. 8 at 6:30 p.m. There are three prize categories that will pay three places — first ($575), second ($300) and third ($150). Largest trout, aggregate (three trout) and slam (redfish, trout and flounder). There will also be a trout lady angler award (17 and up) — first place, $150; second, $50 The youth category is for kids 16 years old and under and will pay prizes and award trophies for first ($100), second ($80), third ($70), fourth ($50), fifth (rod and reel). All prize money is based on 38 entries and will be adjusted up or down, if necessary. Register online at All major credit cards are accepted. Manual registration forms are available and can be returned to Atlantic Seafood (city boat ramp), Leaders & Sinkers (Egans Creek Marina) or Amelia Island Bait & Tackle (1925 S. 14th St.) or turned in at the captain’s meeting. They are also available on the website at The tournament director this year is Marvin Leininger.S S i i g g n n u u p p f f o o r r Y Y B B A A h h o o o o p p s sThe Yulee Basketball Association registration for the 2014-15 season is now open. For information and to register visit www.Yulee All athletes must register online no later than Nov. 7. Amandatory tryout/skills assessment is Nov. 9 (10U 1-3 p.m.) (12U 2-4 p.m.) (15U 3-5 p.m.). Early registration is highly recommended as the number of athletes for tryouts and participation in the YBAis limited. Coaches and volunteers are needed. Contact B a a s s s s m m a a s s t t e e r r s s m m e e e e t tNassau Bassmasters, associated with the Florida Bass Federation, the Bass Federation and the FLW, meets the first Tuesday of every month at the Pig Bar-B-Que restaurant in Callahan at 7 p.m. Membership into the club is open to anyone 16 and older. Call Bob Schlag at (912) 729-2282 in Kingsland, Aaron Bell at (904) 545-5092 in Callahan or Tim McCoy at 261-3735 in Fernandina Beach for information.S S h h e e r r i i f f f f   s s S S h h o o o o t t o o u u t tThe Nassau County Sheriff’s Office and NCSO Charities are sponsoring the second annual Sheriff’s Shootout sporting clay tournament Nov. 7 at Amelia Shotgun Sports in Y ulee. Registration starts at 9 a.m.; shooting begins at 10 a.m. with the awards ceremony at 11:30 a.m., followed by lunch. All participants will receive a hat and T-shirt. T est your shooting skills against Sheriff Bill Leeper, fellow law enforcement officers and area leaders while helping raise money for NCSO Charities to benefit the community. Form a four-person team for $500 or a twoperson team for $300. Sponsorships are available. For information or to sign up, contact Larry Boatwright at 548-4027 or email at F l l o o r r i i d d a a G G e e o o r r g g i i a a H H a a l l l l o o f f F F a a m m e e University of Georgia legends Pat Dye and Ben Zambiasi and University of Florida legends Louis Oliver and James Bates will be inducted into the Georgia-Florida Hall of Fame Oct. 31 at EverBank Field. The honorees will be in attendance at the Merrill Lynch-Bank of America Hall of Fame Luncheon presented by Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse Oct. 31 in the West Club at Ever Bank Field. The luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. Tickets are $60 and table sponsorships are available for $600. The deadline to order tickets and sponsorships is Oct. 24. The ceremony celebrates the many talents and careers of the stars of this legendary rivalry. Past inductees are showcased in the Hall of Fame, located in the lobby of the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena. The annual Georgia-Florida game will be played Nov. 1 at EverBank Field.S S a a i i l l i i n n g g C C l l u u b b m m e e e e t t s sThe Amelia Island Sailing Club meets the first Tuesday at the Kraft Athletic Club at Ten Acres. Social hour at 6:30 p.m., meeting at 7:30 p.m. For information, contact Commodore Roger Henderson at (904) 624-2711 or or visit U p p w w a a r r d d B B a a s s k k e e t t b b a a l l l lUpward Basketball and Cheerleading registration at First Baptist Fernandina is now open for kids in kindergarten through sixth grade. There are no travel teams and just a onehour practice and one-hour game each week. Coaches use practices and games to teach and build basketball skills while making sure the kids have fun. Kids will also learn teamwork and build self-esteem in the basketball leagues and kids basketball camps, making for a positive sports experience. Deadline for registration is Nov. 22. This year, basketball shorts and cheerleading mock turtlenecks are included at no additional cost. Early registration (before Oct. 30) is $75. After Oct. 30, the fee is $90. First Baptist, Fernandina is located at 1600 S. Eighth St. Visit http://Upward. or drop by the church office during regular business hours and pick up a registration form.N N S S F F A A m m e e e e t t i i n n g g s sThe Nassau Sport Fishing Association holds its monthly business meetings on the second Wednesday at Kraft Ten Acres, 961023 Buccaneer Trail, Fernandina Beach. The social get-togethers are held on the fourth Wednesday. Y ulee JV, v arsity girls take crowns MASTER RUNNERSUBMITTEDShawn Svehla, left, took first place in the male masters category Sept. 27 during the Ben Byrns Runway Rally at the city airport. He finished in 20:03. There were more than 580 runners in the run to bring attention to the cause of the Ben Byrns Foundation and to raise funds for local causes. Also capturing titles were William W eaver, 18, of Fernandina Beach, first overall men's, 18:21; Robin Lentz, 34, Fernandina Beach, first overall women's, 21:57; and Evangelica Palacios Rico, 43, masters women, 25:27. All other times can be viewed at or under events.


CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK NSFA hosting 28th annual trout tourneyThe popular Nassau Sport Fishing Association 28th annual Trout T ournament will get underway Nov. 7 with a mandatory captain's meeting. Fishing teams can also sign up for the event at the meeting, which will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the T iger Point Marina. Entry fee is $120 per boat with cash prizes being awarded for several species of backwater and nearshore saltwater gamefish, including sea trout, flounder and redfish. The most coveted award typically goes to the angler who catches the largest sea trout. During last year's big event Ed Pennington weighed in the largest sea trout of the event at 5.12 pounds. Robin Pennington, Jason Pennington and Brayden Rosenbatt were also fishing aboard the winning boat. "We anchored up at the 14th Street Bridge and drifted live shrimp deep all day," Jason Pennington said. "Dad hooked the big trout when the tide started back in and was running strong during mid afternoon. I actually thought that Dad had hooked a big r ed as his big fish pulled real hard and stayed deep. However, when the big speck came to the surface, we all became real excited and I told Dad not to lose that big trout." The fishy waters of Egans Creek offer excellent sea trout fishing during the fall fishing season when schooling mullet and a big run of shrimp are the main attraction for tournament-size sea trout. However, there are several other Amelia Island hot spots to tempt big specks, including the mouth of Sawpit Creek where the Nassau Bridge creates a perfect ambush point for big sea trout. The Shave Bridge also harbors a deep pass with bridge pilings where sea trout school when a big feed is on and the tide is r unning. Also included are the St. OUTDOORSTerry Lacoss OUTDOORS4BWEDNESDAY, OCTOBER1 5, 2014 SPORTS News-Leader Marys jetty rocks, the little jetties located at the southern tip of Amelia Island, the deep channels located at the foot of both Amelia Island paper mills and Tiger Basin. A favorite fishing technique for catching big trout r emains fishing with large live baits, including shrimp, croaker, menhaden, mullet and large shrimp if available. Live baits can be drifted under a float or simply free lined without a weight into the fishy waters. Casting lures into these same sea trout waters also will produce tournament-size sea trout. When a flood tide is taking place, casting a surface plug including the Chug Bug or Zara Spook will certainly land tournament-size sea trout into your boat's live well. Other lures that work well for sea trout include the 52MR Mirr-0-Lure in the mullet color pattern and suspending minnow-type plugs like the rapala Count Down minnow. High tide arrives at 9:31 a.m. on tournament day with a low tide taking place at 3:32 p.m. There will be three places paid in the largest sea trout category with $575 for first place, $300 for second and $150 for third. In the threetrout aggregate category there are also three places with $575 for first, $300 for second and $150 for third. Finally, $575 will be paid for first-place slam, $300 for second and $150 for third. In the slam category the heaviest weight of one redfish, one sea trout and one flounder is calculated. Y outh fishermen 16 and under will be fishing for larges sea trout with first place paying $100, second $80, third $70, fourth $50 and fifth-place youth will win a brand new fishing rod and r eel combo. Lady angler honors will also be up for grabs with $100 being awarded to the firstplace lady angler 17 years old and older weighing in the largest sea trout. Secondplace lady angler will take home $50. All cash awards are based on a minimum of 38 paid tournament boats. V isit or call Marvin Leininger at (904) 923-7201. W omen’s beginner/intermediate Mondays from 8-9 a.m. Intermediate strokes Wednesdays from 8-9 a.m. and 910:30 a.m.; Saturdays from 910:30 a.m. Intermediate drills Tuesdays from 8-9:30 a.m.; Thursdays from 9-10:30 a.m.; and Saturdays from 10-11:30 a.m. Intermediate/advanced drills clinics Thursdays from 67:30 p.m. Men’s doubles clinic Mondays from 6-7:30 p.m. W omen’s intermediate/advanced drills Tuesdays from 6:15-7:45 p.m. Cost is $10 per person per hour for one-hour clinics and $15/person for 1 1/2-hours clinics. Pre-registration required (minimum of three persons/clinic). • Private lessons can be scheduled with Head Professional Vishnu Maharaj or an assistant professional. $60 an hour with head professional, $50/hour with assistant pro. To register or for information, email michelemaha or call 548-1472. Schedule and description of clinics available at the Atlantic Center or on the city’s website, • Central Park tennis court gate keys can be checked out at the Atlantic Center with a $5 deposit. Deposits are refundable if keys are returned within 1 year. • Atlantic Center hours are Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.6:30 p.m., Saturday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. AQUATICS • FALLHOMESCHOOLERS’CLINIC at Atlantic pool T uesdays and Thursdays from 11-11:50 a.m. through Nov. 20. Ages 4 and up. Swimmers must be able to demonstrate endurance by completing 25 yards continuously and unassisted in order to register. Cost is $25/month city residents, $31 non-city. For information, email Kathy Russell ( AQUA1 and DEEP WA TER AEROBICS at Atlantic Pool • Aqua 1 (shallow water) classes are Monday-Friday from 10-10:55 a.m. Deep water classes (aqua fitness belts required) Monday, We dnesday and Friday from 11 -11:55 a.m., Tuesday/ Thursday from 9-9:55 a.m. Monthly, one class/day: $50 city residents, $63 non-city residents. Monthly, two classes/day: $60 city residents, $75 non-city. $5/day for one class city residents, $6 noncity. $10/day for two classes city resident, $12 non-city. • PRIVATE SWIMMING LESSONS ages 2-adults. 30minute single session: $20 city resident, $25 non-city. 4pack: $60 city resident, $75 non-city. 8-pack: $100 city resident, $125 non-city. Schedule lesson at Atlantic Center. SCUBACLASSES at Atlantic Pool • DISCOVER SCUBA EXPERIENCE/BUBBLE BLOWERS PROGRAM: A oneto two-hour introductory experience that consists of a short classroom session and trying scuba in pool with a P ADI Instructor. Ages 8 and up. $50/person city residents, $62 non-city. Call to schedule. • PADI SCUBAOPEN WA TER CERTIFICATION: Private and group instruction available. $275 (additional check-out dive fee). Participants must provide their own masks, snorkels, fins, booties, and weight belts. Ages 10 and up. Schedule available at the Atlantic Center. INSTRUCTED PROGRAMS • KARATE at the Peck Center, 1st Floor Instructors’ Studio. Japanese Shotokan Karate classes with Sensei Jerry Williamson, a sixthdegree Shotokan black belt with over 30 years of instruction experience. Improve your fitness level, self-control, and self-image while learning selfdefense. Classes are from 3:30-4:30 p.m. on Mondays and 3:30-5:00 p.m. on Wednesdays. Ages 6 and up. City residents: $40/month. Noncity residents: $45/month. Uniforms available through the instructor. Call Jerry at 753-3605. Register at the Atlantic Center. AIKIDO SELF-DEFENSE at the Peck Center, 1st Floor Instructors’Studio. “You could beg for mercy from a violent criminal, hide under the bed, or you could fight back. But are you prepared? You have a duty to protect yourself.” These are the words of Sheriff David Clarke, Milwaukee County, WI. Be prepared and protect yourself through the gentle, yet powerful martial art of Aikido. Aikido emphasizes movement that blends with the movement of the attack, joint manipulation and throws. Aikido uses the power and momentum of the attack, against the attacker, quickly neutralizing the assault without inflicting injury. Instructor Dan Kelly is a retired U.S. Marshal specializing in witness and dignitary protection, with over 25 years training in Aikido. He is also a certified Defensive Tactics Instructor by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Ga. Classes: T uesdays and Thursdays from 6:30-8 p.m. Ages 14 and up. $50/month city residents, $55 non-city. For information call Dan at 904-400-1498 or email T AI CHI & CHI KUNG at the Peck Center, 2nd Floor Instructors’Studio. Lower blood pressure, improve circulation, achieve better balance and strength, and reduce stress with these traditional Chinese methods for improving and maintaining health & wellness. Traditional 108 posture form, Chi Kung meditation, and pushing hands are taught by instructor John Cipriani. Daytime, evening, and weekend classes available: • Mondays: 11 a.m.-12 p.m. • Wednesdays: 11 a.m.-12 p.m. and 6:30-8 p.m. • Thursdays: 6-8 p.m. $40/month city residents, $42 non-city. For information, contact John (904-583-0677, ROUND From 2BPHOTOS BY TERRY LACOSS/SPECIALSkip Swain, above left, and Justin Paulk are pictured with a first-place aggregate sea trout catch during the 2013 NSFA Trout Tournament. Michael Liddell, below left, and Chuck Hejduk with a 2013 first-place catch of flounder, r edfish and sea trout that weighed 14.5 pounds. The pair of skilled backcountry fishermen annually fish in the NSFA Trout Tournament. Competitors in the upcoming 28th annual NSFA Trout Tournament will be targeting giant sea trout like the one young Mathew Schartz is pictured with, left. FE R N A N D I N ABE A C HTI D E ST T i i d d e e s s , S S u u n n & & M M o o o o n n : : O O c c t t o o b b e e r r 1 1 5 5 2 2 2 2 , 2 2 0 0 1 1 4 4 Sat. 10/18 Sun. 10/19 Mon. 10/20 T ues. 10/21 Fri. 10/17Thurs.10/16W ed.10/22Moonrise12:10ASunrise7:28AMoonset1:59PLast Quarter3:13P Sunset6:54PW ed.10/15High2:31A7.64' Low8:26A3.00 HIgh2:57P8.19' Low 9:13P3.19'Moonrise1:02ASunrise7:28AMoonset2:39PSunset6:53PMoonrise1:54ASunrise7:29AMoonset3:17PSunset6:52PMoonrise2:46ASunrise7:30AMoonset3:52PSunset6:51PHigh3:22A7.57' Low9:23A3.13 HIgh3:48P8.08' Low 10:05P3.22' High4:15A7.63' Low10:19A3.18 HIgh4:40P8.07 Low 10:53P3.18' High5:09A7.80' Low11:12A3.17' HIgh5:33P8.16' Low 11:40P3.10'Moonrise3:38ASunrise7:30AMoonset4:26PSunset6:50PHigh 6:02A8.07' Low12:04P3.12' High 6:23P8.31'Moonrise4:31ASunrise7:31AMoonset5:00PSunset6:49PLow12:26A2.99' HIgh6:53A8.39' Low 12:54P3.03' HIgh7:12P8.49'Moonrise5:24ASunrise7:32AMoonset5:34PSunset6:48PT ide calculations are for Amelia River, Fernandina Beach. No corrections are necessary.Sun & Moon events are also calculated for Fernandina Beach, although actual times may vary because ofland masses.Low1:51A2.70' HIgh8:24A8.95' Low 2:25P2.78' HIgh8:39P8.74' Low1:09A2.85' HIgh7:40A8.70' Low 1:41P2.91' HIgh7:57P8.64'Moonrise6:18ASunrise7:33AMoonset6:09PSunset6:47P


A c heerful, yellow cottage on North F ourth Street has an amazing history. Built in the final year of the C ivil War, the charming little cottage is a one-and-a-half story house best described as Folk Victorian. It is not as grand as many of its neigh-b ors built during the islands Golden Age, but has an important and impressive history. At one time it was the home of the Sisters of St. Joseph, an order of Catholic nuns from LePuy, France. T he first eight sisters arrived in St. Augustine in September 1866. During this turbulent period after the Civil War there were thousands of freed slaves without education and religion. The sistersw ere challenged to educate and evangelize. They sold French lace to visitors and gave music and French lessons to several northerners who resided in St. Augustine during the winter months. Initially two sister came to A melia Island to teach and their ranks s oon grew to six. The sisters prepared children for t heir first communion.T he school they establ ished thrived and an academy and convent school were s tarted in 1882. Thel ittle house was purchased in 1875 by J ean Pierre Augustin Verot, Bishop of St. Augustine, for the nuns. The purchase price is said to have been $900. The sisters grew famous for their beautiful lace, jams and jellies and used the funds they generated to help fund the school, originally called St. Josephs Academy and C onvent, which now operates a s St. Michael Academy T he Sisters of St. Joseph were heroines in Fernandina Beach even before their academy was built. In 1877, during one of the islands worst yellow fever epidemics, the sisters nursed the sick and dying. It is estimated that 1,600 people lived on the island at that time and more than 1,000 contracted the disease. The nuns were called the Angels of Mercy. A quote from the archives d escribed their her oism They nursed the sick, bathed fever-wracked bodies, fed the hungry and abandoned, sewed lifeless bodies into shrouds and even buried the dead with quick prayers of faith and consolation. Two of the sisters lost their lives in the epidemic. Long after the epidemic, when their bodies were moved to Bosque Bello C emetery, it is said that when t he bodies wer e unearthed t hey were unchanged and a fragrance of roses came from the gravesite. By 1993 the house was in great disrepair and became the center of controversy. A tree grew through its porch. The church that owned the house and the land wanted to expand its parking lot. The house had long been abandoned and was literally falling d own. The church chose not t o r epair it or try and save it. A group of passionate preservationists, the Amelia Island Restoration Foundation, fought to save and restore it. It was renovated and is now a beautifully preserved and a private home. The Phelan-Verot House is one of 22 historic homes featured in Dickie Andersons Great Homes of Fernandina. It is available at the Book Loft a nd the Plantation Shop at P almetto W alk or contacting A nderson at SUBMITTED S S p p r r e e a a d d i i n n g g h h o o p p e e The Rotar y Club of Amelia Island Sunrise r ecently host ed Mary Moore, director of the Salvation Army/Hope House, who gave an over view of the ser vices the agency pr ovides, including fr ee clothing and emergency food, travel and gas, probation counseling and classes, weekly worship services and more. The Hope House provides a free dinner Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays through the Interfaith Dinner Network from 5-7 p.m. and is gearing up for its annual Senior Angel Tree program with the Council on Aging to ensur e low-income seniors are not forgotten at Christmas by matching them with people who pur chase gifts for them. T o lear n more, visit Hope House at 410 S. Ninth St. Moor e is pictured with club President Mark Cutshaw. CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK r P AGE 5B W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 N EWS -L EADER / F ERNANDINA B EACH FL C ROSSWORD /S UDOKU P E OPLE & P L ACES P ETS SUBMITTED T T r r u u e e w w a a r r r r i i o o r r L ast month Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise hosted Stephen France, 33, an amputee who had a crushing accident at a truss plant in 2006. Earlier this year he made Ninja histor y as the first amputee to compete on American Ninja Warrior (see, season 6, episode 4). France s lifelong belief has always been to be a champion. Even after losing his left leg below the knee, his goal never changed. His new quest is a parkour gym. H e is raising money for a facility for all with an inter changeable obstacle course and classes for future ninjas that strengthen mind, body and spirit. To learn more email him at France, right, is pictured with Rotary Sunrise President Mark Cutshaw. SUBMITTED S S t t o o r r y y t t e e l l l l i i n n g g s s l l a a m m Former Fernandina Beach Mayor Arlene Filkoff won top prize in the Island Tales Storytelling Slam with her story What I Learned as a City Commissioner last month at St. Peters Church. She and four other local storytellers competed in the sold-out fundraiser sponsored by Friends of the Library (FOLt from the Florida Humanities Council and Amelia Island Museum of History. As part of her prize, Filkoff will name a piece of fur nitur e in the expanded Fer nandina librar y, opening next spring. Above are storytellers Caren Neile, Ron Kurtz, Yvette Thomas, Kevin McCarthy, Arlene Filkoff, Abel Ray and violinist Bob Lavine. House recalls bravery of nuns in face of epidemic FROM T HE PORCH D ickie A nderson The Phelan-Verot cottage on North Fourth Street in F ernandina Beach was once home to t he Sisters of St. Joseph, who founded todays St. Michael Academy. PHOTO BY DICKIE ANDERSON FOR THE NEWS-LEADER R R e e t t i i r r e e d d e e d d u u c c a a t t o o r r s s School Superintendent John Ruis shared accolades for Nassaus academically high per formi ng district with the N assau County Retired E ducators Association at their meeting in September. Ruis praised the association for its part in producing these achievements. The NCREA celebrated its 30tha nniversary at the Bir thday Bash Br eakfast m eeting. It meets monthly fr om September to May and is open to all retired employees of the school district. The Oct. 21 meeting will be at the Fernandina Beach PoliceD epartment community r oom at 9:45 a.m. Sen. A ar o n Bean will be the guest. V isit www.nassaufr ea.or g or contact President Dr. Thomas Ford at 778-3228. SUBMITTED C C l l e e a a n n u u p p c c r r e e w w Members of the Amelia Island Sea Turtle Watch held an Adopt A Shore event to scour Amelia s beaches for trash and other debris on International Coastal Cleanup Day Sept. 20. 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6B W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 AROUND TOWN News-Leader CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK Tasha has a beautiful smile and lots of love to go with it! Shes our tennis star, because she loves to play with tennis balls, can catch them and willc hase them and bring them back to you. But she can do lots more, too shes an excellent walker on her leash, and shed love gentle walks with you. Shes also very well housetrained and she s quite smart. She comes when shes called and knows how to sit, and absolutely loves tummy rubs. Shes a Labrador Retriever mix and about 6 years old, and has that affectionate Lab disposition. She had heartworms when she came to us, but weve had her treated and were happy to say that she now is hear twormfree. Shes also spayed and ready to go home with you! Tasha gets along with some dogs but not all, so shed pr ob ably do best as the only dog in the household she loves af fection and sometimes does nt want to share it. She has a soft black coat for petting, and soulful brown eyes. Tasha has been in shelters for about a year now, and she has kept her happy disposition thr ough out. But shed be so much happier to find her forever home at last, and shell r epay you every day with loyalty and affection. Our staff and volunteers just love Tasha, and we predict you will too! Sunshine is a sweetheart and a tr ue sur vivor and she would love a foster home for the next several weeks. Wer escued her after r eceiving reports that she had been seen dragging herself down the street. She was obviously injured, possibly hit by a car, and wasnt using her hind legs. W e took her to a veteri narian who stabilized her and took X-rays, which showed that her pelvis was fractur ed in two places and her tail was fractured. Fortunately those injuries should heal themselves over time, and she is now stable and comfortable. Most of all, she is ver y sweet despite everything she has been thr ough, and once she s r ecover ed we think she will be a great pet who will love you completely It would be wonderful if a cat lover could give her a foster home for about the nextt wo months so that she can r ecover in a home envir on ment rather than the stress of a shelter. She cant walk yet but she can get around, and she can do her business on puppy pads. She is ver y friend ly and loves affection. Shell r egain str ength in her back legs as time goes on. Shes a white and black Domestic Shorthair mix, about 4 years old, and we think she must have belonged to someone because she seemed to be in good condition other than the injuries. She has a wonderful spirit, and we think shell bring you lots of joy, along with the wonderful feeling of knowing that youre helping a sweet cat to a new and better life. If youre interested in fostering her, even if you cant do it for the full two months, call us at 321-1647, email us at, or just come on over to our adoption center at 671 Airport Road in Fernandina Beach. You can find photos and videos of our adoptable dogs and cats at our website, NassauHumane Society .com. Please join us for the Splash Bash, this Saturday starting at 4 p.m. at the NHS Dog Park! Its a party with beer and wine available, appetizers, and the chance to win a cash prize. Tickets are $10 each, and if the number on your ticket matches the num ber on a tennis ball plucked from the doggie swimming pool by Katy the Golden Retriever, youll win $100! (Five winners will receive $100 each.) Pr oceeds will benefit the Nassau Humane Society and the cancer -fighting Relay for Life. T ickets ar e available now at the NHS Second Chance store at 1002 South 14th St., the Dog Park at 641 Airport Road, and at Nassau under Events. T ickets will be avail able at the door. For information, visit the website or call Becky Joyce, (904 NASSA U HUMANE SOCIETY As you can see from the picture, its a little crowded at the Cats Angels Adoption Center. We have many kittens of all colors, ages and energy levels who are in need of their forever homes. Stop by to s ee them in action. This is a great time of year to introducea new furry family member and your new addition will feel right at home for the holiday season. Want to talk? An adult cat is the best listener and we have plenty at the Adoption Center who would like to lend a n ear. To help these deserving adult cats, our friends at KDI Homes will sponsor our adult cats to qualifying adopters. Read more about t he cats patiently waiting for their new lives at www.catsang All of our cats have been spayed or neutered, are current on all vaccinations, receive regular wellness care, monthly flea treatments and are microchipped. Cats A ngels Thrift Store/Adoption C enter at 709 S. Eighth St. is o pen Monday through Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. or call 321-2267 for more information on KDI Homes Sponsorship. Volunteers are needed to help us car e for the cats and f or retail sales at our Thrift S tore. Please call, stop by to s ign up or download the V o lunteer Application at You will find everything to please the ghosts and goblins at the Halloween Shop in the Thrift Stor e at Cats Angels. W e have costumes for you and your pet and decorations to get you in the spirit of the holiday. Please think of Cats Angels when you have household donations. The only items we cannot accept are clothing, older televisions and c omputers. The cats also appreciate donations of dry food and litter. Our recycle bins for aluminum and cat food cans are located at the back of our parking lot at 709 S. Eighth St. Cats Angels is an all-volunteer organization and receives n o government monies. The revenue to support our programs is gained through fundraising, donations and sales from our Thrift Store. R ead more about our Spay/Neuter, TNR and A doption Programs at Cats Angels Seventh Annual Rescue Me Fundraiser is Saturday, Nov. 8 from 5-8 p.m. at The Surf Restaurant and Bar. Tickets a re $25 at the Thrift Store or t hrough our website. S pay and neuter is the responsible solution to animal overpopulation. Free spay/neuter service for cats and dogs is available to all Nassau County residents and ther e is fr ee transpor t from C allahan every Tuesday. Call F irst Coast No More Homel ess Pets at (904 make an appointment. The free transport from Yulee has been discontinued, but Cats Angels can help. Call Cats Angels at 321-2267 for information or help withf eral/community cats. CATS ANGELS S S p p l l a a s s h h B B a a s s h h The four th annual Splash Bash begins at 4 p.m. Oct. 18 at the Nassau Humane Society Dog Park, on Airpor t Road across from the Fernandina Beach airport. Admission is free and appetizers, beer and wine will be available. Live entertainment by Ronnie Stoots. T ickets ar e $10 each for a chance to win in the nights big event, which will be at the Dog Park swimming pool. Each ticket will be numbered, and tennis balls with cor r esponding numbers will be plunked into the pool. Katy the golden r etriever will r etrieve five balls. The win ning tickets will receive $100 each. The remaining proceeds will benefit the Nassau Humane Society and Fernandina Beach/Yulee Relay for Life. Tickets are on sale now at Second Chance Stor e, NHS Dog Park or www .nassauhu Please note: Insurance pr ohibits dogs at social events. Call 491-1511 for information. D D e e n n v v e e r r t t r r i i b b u u t t e e Meals on Wheels for Pets Nassau, Inc. (MOW4Pets will hold its annual fundraising musical performance, featuring T om Becker, at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 2600 Atlantic Ave., on Oct. 24 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 and available at Nassau Humane Societys Second Chance Stor e on South 14th Street, at www or (352 With the sound and grace of the late John Denver, Becker plays with a talented band and performs more than 60 minutes of musical hits. Becker is a for mer member of the folk group, The New Christy Minstr els. The songwriter has appear ed with music legends like Willie Nelson, Ray Charles and Jerry Lee Lewis. Denver s music, as per for med by Becker casts a spell that crosses the barriers of age, economics, geography, language and politics. F F A A N N g g r r o o u u p p f f o o r r m m s s Friends of Animals in Nassau (FAN) is a new nonprofit animal advocacy group for med to uphold and advance the interests and welfare of animals in Nassau County. FAN is a 501(3cganization whose goal is to incr ease awar eness and adoptions and recruit volunteers. Also, ther e is a gr eat need for dog walkers, of fice support, transport, photography and videography. FANs kick-off campaign, Raise the Woof, is a partnership with Nassau County Animal Ser vices (NCAS cover existing outside kennels exposed to the ele ments. The estimated cost to construct the roof is $3,500. Donors have pledged matching funds, dollar for dollar up to half of the estimated con str uction costs. An orientation for those specifically interested in walking dogs at NCAS will be held Oct. 26 at 1 p.m. Visit the volunteer page at www. friendsanimalsnassau.or g to sign up or send questions. R R e e s s c c u u e e M M e e f f u u n n d d r r a a i i s s e e r r Cats Angels, Inc. SPCA seventh annual Rescue Me fundraiser will be held Nov. 8 fr om 5-8 p.m. at The Sur f Restaurant and Bar, 3199 S. Fletcher A ve. Enjoy a buf fet dinner cash bar, silent auction, door prizes and music by Ronnie Stoots. Tickets are $25 and available at the Thrift Store at Cats Angels, 709 S. Eighth St., Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. or at www .cat Be a Cats Angels VIP for $75, which includes your ticket and a gift bag containing a commemorative T-shirt, Betsy Johnson jewelry, gift certificate and mor e. PET PROJECTS B B o o o o k k s s i i g g n n i i n n g g Local author T.J. Silverio will sign copies of his book, Lifespan from 1-4 p.m. Oct. 18 at The Book Loft, 214 C entre St., Fernandina Beach. Torn from tomorrows headlines, L ifespan i s a tale residing at the intersection of science and imagination, where t he incredible possibilities of genetic discovery collide with corporate greed and power. Young researcher Jamie Pierce holds the key to a startling discovery. How far will the bio-tech firm who stole her work go to recover the data and turn the discovery into profits? C an freelance writer Declan Flynn uncover the truth in time to protect J amie and derail the corporate scheme? Readers are haunted by the question: Isnt it possible some things should be left undiscovered? Before turning to creative writing, Silverio worked in the manufacturing management field. Curiosity draws him t o diverse topics, from the ethics of genetic research to the mysteries of S tonehenge, and the characters he creates consistently struggle with issues of love, integrity and reality. This year, Silverio is a finalist for the Royal Palm Literary Award in Lifespans genre category. The public is invited to meet Tom and purchase copies of his book at The Book Loft on Oct. 18. For information call 261-8991. P P o o n n y y U U p p p p a a r r t t y y Pony Up and Party, a fundraiser for t he Fernandina Beach library, is Oct. 25 at the 38-acre Littleberry Farm just west of Amelia Island. The party will showcase the skills of some of the 20 horses in residence. Gates open at 4:45 p.m. and festivities start at 5 p.m. A homemade barbec ue buffet will be served. There will be indoor and covered seating and hay b ales for relaxing around the show ring. Enjoy music by the O.C. Band, dancing, games, cash bar, Smores and desserts by the bonfire, and a live and silent auction with fine art, dining and entertainment and weekend getaways. Visit for details. P roceeds will support Friends of the Librarys capital campaign. Tickets are $ 75 and available at or at the library, 25 N. Fourth St., or call 321-6529. A A u u t t h h o o r r t t a a l l k k Paul Leonard, philanthropic author, motivational speaker and a former CEO of Habitat for Humanity, will give a motivational talk with readings from his new b ook, W hen the Spirit Moves, o n Oct. 26 from 4-6 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Fernandina Beach. A Q&A and light refreshments will follow the talk. L eonard will donate a portion of the proceeds from each book sold to benefit T he Salvation Army Hope House. The event is free and open to the public. Leonard will have a talk and book signing at The Book Loft, 214 Centre St., from 1-4 p.m. Oct. 25. Call the store at 261-8991. When the Spirit Moves is a book of p oems, essays and vignettes about the yearnings, appreciation and frustrations o f human existence. F F O O L L b b o o o o k k s s a a l l e e The Friends of the Fernandina Beach Library Book Sale takes place Nov. 6-8 with close to 20,000 books well organized in dozens of categories, CDs, D VDs, audio and childrens books. Proceeds support the Fernandina B each library. A Preview Party is Nov. 6 from 5-7 p.m. for Friends of the Library members only. Non-members may join at the door. The sale opens to the public on Nov. 7 from 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. and Nov. 8 from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Peck Center Gym, 516 South 10th St., Fernandina Beach. For questions regarding donat ions contact Annie Sparkle at 310-9290. LITERARY LEANINGS HOME & GARDEN BRIEFS FALL FESTIVITIES N N a a t t i i v v e e p p l l a a n n t t s s F lorida Native Plant Society, Ixia Chapter, will meet Thursday, Oct. 16 at 6:30 p.m. at the University of North Florida, University Center, 12000 Alumni Drive, Jacksonville. The program w ill feature Dr. Charles C ovell, curator of moths at t he University of Floridas McGuire Center. The meeting is free and open to the public. Visit http://ixia.fnp or call (904 388-4392 for information. P P l l a a n n t t C C l l i i n n i i c c O n Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. u ntil 2 p.m., Extension Dir e ctor/Hor t icultur e Agent Rebecca Jordi will conduct a Plant Clinic at the Yulee Extension office. On Oct. 25, Jordi will conduct a Plant Clinic fr om 10 a.m. until 2 p .m. at Fernandina Mulch a nd Stone. All county resid ents ar e invited to bring plant samples showing pr o b lems in their landscapes. Problems will be identified and solutions offered for correction. There is no fee for this service. For informationc all 879-1019. M aster Gardeners are on p hone duty Fridays, at 4917340. P P a a p p e e r r s s h h r r e e d d d d i i n n g g The City Clerks Office will host a paper shredding event and blood drive Oct. 24 from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. at 204 AshS t. in the parking lot adjacent t o City Hall. Follow the signs for the paper shredding service. Contact the clerks office at 310-3115 to schedule your appointment for the bloodd rive. For information visit w ww The events are planned as part of Government W eek, Oct. 20-24. W W h h i i t t e e O O a a k k t t o o u u r r Join Amelia Tree Conservancy for a guided wildlife tour of the White Oak Conservation Center for an up-close experience with exotic animals. In addition, visit the Big Game Room Complex and Baryshnikov Dance Studio and enjoy a gourmet luncheon. The event is Oct. 24 at 10 a.m.1:30 pm. Fee is $145/person, with a small portion benefiting futur e ATC tree plantings, preservation and education outreach. S upport the preservation of Amelia Islands maritime c anopy and the conservation of threatened and endang ered animals. Go to for information and to download a sign-up form. For information email ATC ati The deadline for the c ompleted form and check h as been extended to today. P P r r e e s s e e r r v v a a t t i i o o n n w w o o r r k k s s h h o o p p The city of Fernandina Beach and the Amelia Island Museum of History will pres-e nt a Historic Preservation W orkshop Oct 25 fr om 9 a .m.-noon at the museum, 233 S. Third St. Scott Sidler of the Craftsman Blog will discuss topics concer ning plaster in historic homes and will give a hands-on demonstration on how to repairp laster. S idler owns Austin Home R estorations, which special izes in renovating and restoring historic homes in Orlando. He is also the cr eator of The Craftsman Blog and the author of Living in the Past: An Owners Guide toU nderstan-ding & Repairing a n Old Home. R SVP to k ayla@ Questions? Call 261-7378. D D i i n n e e i i n n t t h h e e w w o o o o d d s s On Oct. 25 fr om 4-7 p.m. the Jacksonville Arboretum & Gar dens will host W i ne a nd Dine in the Woods with n umer ous area restaurants p roviding samples of their s ignatur e dishes. Taste from 75 imported and domestic wines in a complimentar y wine glass fr om Southern Wine & Spirits, or New Belgium and Sam Adams beers from Champion Brands, along with other custom-crafted beers. Str oll the trails of the Arboretum while the North Florida Bluegrass Association and an appear ance from Jaxson DeVille entertain you. Visit for details and to purchase tickets. P P u u m m p p k k i i n n p p a a t t c c h h Come out to the Pumpkin Patch! The Pumpkin Patch is s ponsored by the partners hip of three United Method ist Churches: Franklintown, Memorial and Trinity of Fernandina Beach. The Pumpkin Patch is a fundraiser, with proceeds going towards each churchs missionary programs. Churche s, schools, daycare centers a nd youth organizations may b ring their childr en to take p ictur e s and hear pumpkin storytelling. The patch is open fr o m 11 a.m.7 p.m. MondaySaturday through Oct. 25, at the corner of Eighth and Ash streets, at Trinity UMC.T here are pumpkins of all s izes and colors. Look for the s igns. For information contact Pastor Tiffany McCall at 277-2726 or find them on Facebook at Franklintown UMC. C C i i t t y y c c a a r r n n i i v v a a l l T he annual city of F er nandina Beach Hallow een Carnival takes place at the Atlantic Recreation Center fr o m 5:308 p.m. Oct. 18. Bring the kids in their costumes and let them enjoy our ghoulishly fun carnival style games. There will also be a hayride, per for mances b y Kinder Studios, cake w alks, face painting, concess ions and mor e Admission is free and game tickets ate 25 cents. Call Jay Robertson, Parks and Recr eation manager at 310-3361. F F a a l l l l F F e e s s t t i i v v a a l l Springhill Baptist Church will host its annual Fall Festival Oct. 24 from 6-8:30 p.m. Bring the entire family and enjoy an evening of food, games, prizes and activities. All the games ar e free and hamburgers, hotdogs and drinks will be offered at low prices. Admission is a nonperishable food item. Adults must accompany children under 18. Springhill Baptist Chur ch is located at 941017 Old Nassauville Road, Fernandina Beach. Call 2614741 for information. H H a a u u n n t t e e d d t t r r a a i i l l s s StayN Countr y Ranch, 96125 Blackrock Road, Y ulee, will host a Halloween e vent Oct. 24 and 25 from 6-9 p .m. with haunted walking trails, wagon rides and costume contests by age group; 5-under, 6-10 and 11-15 with categories of Scariest,F unniest and Best Overall. The StayN Connected Barn a nd animals will be in full d ecor. Reservations apprecia ted. Call 322-9739 to learn more. Visit F F a a l l l l f f e e s s t t i i v v a a l l Community Baptist Church at 85326 WinonaB ayview Road in Yulee will h ost a fr ee Fall Festival fr om 5 -8 p.m. on Oct. 25. Enjoy free food including hot dogs, drinks, chips and candy fr e e games, prizes and fr ee hayrides. Raf fle tickets will be on sale for new home made afghans, quilts, etc. The Country Store has new and used and handcraftedi tems at the cheapest prices around. Come join the fun! Ever y one is welcome. Phone 225-0809. C C o o m m m m u u n n i i t t y y f f e e s s t t i i v v a a l l Memorial United Methodist Church and First Pr esbyterian Church invite t he public to the 10th Annual Community Fall Festival, Oct. 25 fr o m 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Nor th Sixth Str e et downtown. Kids are welcome to wear cheer ful costumes and enjoy trick or tr eats, games, bouncy houses, a pet ting zoo, crafts, free lunch,f ace painting and more. Come enjoy the holiday with the family at this fr ee event. Visit or call 261-5769 to learn more. H H a a l l l l o o w w e e e e n n p p a a r r t t y y The Womans Club of Fernandina Beach will host its annual Halloween Lunch/ Card/Game Party on Oct. 30 at the clubhouse, 201 Jean Lafitte Blvd. Any game can be played: cards, mahjongg, chess, scrabble, checkers, dominos you get the idea! Lunch will be served at noon. Cost is $15. Costumes welcomed. Contact Joanne Helenbrook at 277-8244 or The W oman s Club of Fernandina Beach is a 501(cofit organization.


born in Northeast Florida. F orged from Greek, Italian, Norwegian, African-American and native Floridian hands, the Florida-style trawler became one of the most important boats in the history of the state. This program is free and open to the public, made poss ible by the Florida Humanities Councils Speakers Bureau Program. Call 261-7378 or visit A A M M P P m m u u s s i i c c a a l l Amelia Musical Playhouse will offer Stephen Sondheims Sweeney Todd on Oct. 17, 18, 24, 25, 31 and Nov. 1. The rare instance of a musical thriller, Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheelers chilling, suspenseful, heart-pounding masterpiece of murderous barberism and culinary crime tells t he infamous tale of the unjustly exiled barber who returns to 19th century London seeking revenge against the lecherous judge who framed him and ravaged his young wife. Unlike the movie version, violence is artfully suggested. T ickets are $20 and available at the theater, 1955 Island Walkway, at, or call 277-3455. D ue to intense subject matter, Sweeney Todd is not recomm ended for young children. A A l l z z h h e e i i m m e e r r s s s s u u p p p p o o r r t t The Alzheimers Caregiver Support Group of Nassau County meets the third Thursday each month. Then ext meeting is Oct. 16 from 2:30-4 p.m. at The Council on A ging, across from Baptist Medical Center Nassau. T he meetings are open to the public and everyone who has an interest is invited to attend. For information call Debra Dombkowski, LPN, at2 61-0701, ext. 113. M M e e e e t t a a n n d d g g r r e e e e t t On Oct. 16 the Amelia Island Charity Group will host an informational meeting about the Navy Seal Foundation at The Amelia Island Club Long Point.R eception is from 5-7 p.m. a nd is open to the public. The N avy Seal Foundation provides assistance to the Naval Special W a rfare Community and their families. Please RSVPto Joe Murphy, (904 206-3935 or orL arry Byrd at 753-0457 or m W W o o m m e e n n s s s s h h o o w w The Southern W o men s Show comes to the Prime Osborn Convention Center in Jacksonville Oct. 16-19. Enjoy more than 400 exhibitors, from boutiques and jewelerst o travel agents and health c are professionals, recipes f rom Fresh from Florida and the Turning Leaf Refresh Wine exhibit. Hours are Thursday 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-7 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m.-6 p.m. A dmission is $12 at the door, $10 in advance online, $8 in advance at participating Walgreens, $6 for ages 6-12 a nd free for children under 6 (with paying adult Valet parking will be available for $10 Friday and Saturday. For group discounts and information, call (800 0248 or visit www.Southern F F o o o o d d f f a a i i r r The Chef Thomas Food Fair takes place at Intuition Ale Works in the Avondale area of Jacksonville, Oct. 17 from 6-9 p.m., in honor of The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island chef. His recent death by car a ccident was a great loss. To raise money for his family, area restaurants will hold a food fair in front of the brewery. Tickets are $60, with kids under 12 admitted free. A silent auction will include prizes from The Ritz-Carlton hotels of Amelia Island, J acksonville, Orlando and Atlanta; the Omni; White Oak; many restaurants and original artwork. For information call (904 556-4853 or email beach01 For tickets, go to friends-of-chef-thomas-foodf air-at-intuition-tickets-126341 50083. For information, go to 8762875843060. C C a a r r s s & & c c o o f f f f e e e e C ars, Coffee & C onversation will meet Oct. 18 from 9 a.m.-noon at S tarbucks on Sadler Road in Fernandina Beach. The group meets monthly to be aware of all upcoming auto events, to share their auto passion,e xperience as many unique automobiles as possible and t o realize the trends and movements in the auto indust ry and in all types of auto racing. Bring out that special car and join in. Public always welcome; rain cancels. Sponsored by Auto Legends Amelia. A A u u d d i i t t i i o o n n s s S t. Marys Little Theatre is seeking actors, singers, tech crew and other volunteers for Christmas Carol. Come to Theatre by the Trax, 1000 Osborne Road in St. Marys, Ga., Oct. 18 from 10 a.m. ton oon to meet the team (and a udition if acting or singing). R oles include more than 40 characters for men, women, teens and kids of all ages. Main parts include Scrooge, Cratchit, Tiny Tim, Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Future, Marleya nd others. P erformances are Dec. 121 4. Rehearsals are Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 10 a.m. For information contact Barbara R yan at (912103 or barbara@stmarysmagazine. com. N EXT WEEK P P e e t t e e r r P P a a n n St. Marys Childrens Theatre launches its inaugural season with Peter Pan Oct. 19 at 7 p.m., Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. and Oct. 21 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for children 10 and y ounger and available at Once Upon a Bookseller in downtown St. Marys, Ga., On the Green Salon and Day Spa at the entrance to Osprey Cove, Lisa Allens Dance Works on Colerain and the Friese Studio of Music near Shadowlawn. For information o r to reserve will call tickets, call (912 O O i i l l p p a a i i n n t t i i n n g g c c l l a a s s s s Aclass in Oil Painting with Palette Knife by Eileen Corse will be presented at the Plantation ArtistsGuild & Gallery on Monday, Oct. 20 f rom 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Cost is $115 for the day. An artist may also work in acrylics as well as oils in this class. Eileen is a nationally known artist who lives in Jacksonville where she owns The Corse Gallery and teaches in her own studio and workshop. Her paintings are found in many galleries and private collections. For information call (904 Space is limited. G G e e n n e e a a l l o o g g y y s s o o c c i i e e t t y y T he Amelia Island Genealogical Society will m eet at 7 p.m. Oct. 21 at the community room of the Fernandina Beach Police Department, 1525 Lime St. Amy Larner Giroux will p resent Urban Research: P ick a Church, Not Just Any C hurch. Learn to use city directories, ward maps and various other resources to pinpoint the location of your ancestors church. Acase study will provide a detailed example. L arner Giroux, PHD, CG, C GL is a researcher, lecturer a nd writer with geographic specializations including New Y o rk City the Lower Hudson V alley and Pensacola. Her research interests include burial iconography and ethnic s tudies. Public welcome. C C l l a a s s s s r r e e u u n n i i o o n n The Fernandina Beach High School Class of 1964 will hold their reunion the weekend of Oct. 24 and 25. The classes of 1963 and are invited to the Friday night gett ogether Oct. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at Sheffields at the Palace at no charge. For more information call 753-0132. J J e e w w e e l l r r y y s s a a l l e e The Baptist Medical Center Nassau Auxiliary will host its next $5 Jewelry Sale this t ime for two days on Oct. 24 from 7 a.m.-5 p.m. and Oct. 25 from 8 a.m.-noon in the conference room of the hospital on 18th Street in Fernandina Beach. Shop a wide selection of bracelets, necklaces, watches, pins and more, all priced at $5. Cash, c hecks and credit cards are accepted. This will be the auxiliarys last jewelry sale of the year. Proceeds from the sales help the auxiliary support hospital projects and programs. For more information contact the Auxiliary office at 321-3818. C C h h i i l l d d r r e e n n s s a a r r t t The Island Art Association, 18 N. Second St., Fernandina Beach, will host Childrens Art o n Oct. 25. Session I for ages 6 -9 is from 10-11 a.m.; S ession II for ages 6-9 is 11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m.; S ession III for ages 10-13 is 1-2:15 p.m. You must register for each session individually at the gallery sales desk or call 261-7 020. These classes are limited in size, all materials furn ished and free. COMING UP F F B B M M S S f f a a l l l l b b a a r r b b e e c c u u e e T he Fernandina Beach Middle School Family Fall BBQ will be held Nov 7 from 5-7 p.m. in the school cafete ria, catered by Callahan BBQ. Dinner includes: chicken, ribs, coleslaw, baked beans, rolla nd tea. Drive through service a vailable. The FBMS band, c hoir, drama and cheerleaders will provide entertainment. T i ckets are available at the school of fice, 491-7938. No tickets available at the door. S PECIAL EVENTS J J a a z z z z F F e e s s t t i i v v a a l l The Amelia Island Jazz F estival runs through Oct. 19 and will feature ALatin JazzC oncert and Wine Tasting Oct. 16; headliner Tony Monaco, jazz organist, Oct. 17; headliner Randy Brecker, Grammy Award-winning trumpet master with a tribute to the Brecker Brothers Band on O ct. 18; a Dixie to Swing Jazz Brunch Oct. 19 with the AIJFA ll-Star Swingtet; late night jazz jams, a sponsor party and more. Tickets range from $35 to $60 for regular admission, with VIPpackages available and discounts for Jazz Pass p rograms. For tickets and information visit www.ameli-a N N A A M M I I d d i i n n n n e e r r The Nassau County affiliate of NAMI will hold its 10th Annual Community Awareness and Fundraiser D inner Oct. 17 at 6 p.m. in Burns Hall of St. Peters Episcopal Church, 801 Atlantic Ave. Applebees of Fernandina Beach will provide a full-course meal and a live a nd silent auction will feature S tate Sen. Aaron Bean as the auctioneer. Guest speakers include Dr. Ann Grenadier of Biofeedback Associates of Northeast Florida, peer advocate John Hardman and Shannon Padgett, Esq. T ickets are $20 at the d oor Proceeds will go to prov ide education, advocacy, support groups, medication/dental assistance, shoes and basic toiletries to Nassau residents with a chronic mental health diagno sis. C all 277-1886, write P .O. B ox 16712 Fernandina B each, Florida 32035 or email NassauNAMIFlorida T T o o u u c c h h a a t t r r u u c c k k Does your child want to know what it s like to sit in a fire truck? This is your chance to make that dream comet rue. 8 Flags Playscapes, creator of the Pirate Playground, is sponsoring T ouch a Truck on Saturday, Oct. 18 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Central Park on Atlantic A venue will be filled with all kinds of cool vehicles for kids to touch and explore. A fire t ruck, food trucks, police car fire-rescue vehicle, monster truck, golf carts, utility truck, school bus, construction trucks and more will be there. There s no admission to this event, but donations will be gratefully accepted to help fund Pirate Playground main t enance and upkeep. P P l l a a n n t t a a t t i i o o n n c c e e l l e e b b r r a a t t i i o o n n The Amelia Island Plantation A rtists Guild & Gallery celebrates The Plantations 40th anniversary with a Big Sale, two great art shows and a party, all on Oct. 25 and 26. The gallery shows are As Time Goes By and Plantation Memories. Its sale Off the Porches, is Saturday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sunday from 1-4 p.m. The gallery s artists will sell big bargain items; framed and unframed artwork, prints, cards, frames, art supplies and equipment, all at low, low prices. Stop by for great bargains. On Sunday from 14 p.m. enjoy an anniversary party at the gallery with wine, soft drinks, snacks and a bargain sale. Also see the gallerys booth as part of Omni Amelia Island Plantation Resorts Spa and Shops 40th anniversary celebration around the lake. There will be fun games and refreshments for the whole family C C h h e e f f s s D D i i n n n n e e r r Osprey Village will host the fourth annual ChefsDinner benefiting the Katie Caples Foundation on Oct. 26 from 58:30 p.m. T ickets are $125. A limited number of tables for eight are available at $1,000. The dinner will feature five courses with each selection prepared and designed exclusively by one of five chefs from the community Each course is expertly paired with fine wines from around the world. The event will also fea ture a silent auction. All proceeds will benefit the Katie Caples Foundation organ donation education programs. For tickets and information visit www .katieridefor A A f f f f a a i i r r t t o o R R e e m m e e m m b b e e r r The Nassau County Community Development Corporation (NCCDC h ost its annual Peck and Community event at 6 p.m. Nov. 8 at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center in Fernandina Beach. T his years event is a formal/coat and tie dinner and d ance gala called An Affair to Remember. Proceeds from t he banquet will benefit the NCCDC scholarship fund and o ther organization sponsored programs. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy a great dinner and an evening of entert ainment. The donation is $40. For information or reservat ions, call 261-4113 or 2614396. THIS WEEK B B i i n n g g o o T T h h u u r r s s d d a a y y s s The public is invited to play b ingo every Thursday at the Legion, 626 S. Third St., Fernandina Beach, in the large smoke-free meeting hall. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. a nd early bird games start at 6:05 p.m., with regular playb eginning promptly at 6:30 p.m. The bingo session is nine games for $20, with mult iple jackpots paid out. F or questions email p Proceeds support programs sponsored by the American Legion. L L a a p p t t o o p p c c l l a a s s s s ABeginner Laptop W orkshop will be held in O ctober at the Council On A ging East Nassau, 1367 South 18th St., Fernandina Beach for people interested in learning the basics of their computers. The class will be taught by Jan Cote-Merow, Computer Coach, who has been teaching private andg roup computer lessons on A melia Island for 10 years. T he cost of each session is a donation of $10 to Council on Aging, a 501(c charity. Call Jan at 583-2870 for dates and registration information. I I r r i i s s h h d d a a n n c c i i n n g g E very Saturday morning at t he Peck Center 516 South 10th St., Fernandina Beach, students of all ages gather to combine fancy footwork, high jumps and rapid-fire rhythm in the style made famous by the show Riverdance. Taught by K athleen Barnard, a certified I rish dance instructor from the G las T ara school of Irish Dance in New Y o rk, students learn step dancing, Irish danc ing and Ceili (pronounced kay-lee) dancing (similar to square dancing). T o learn more, call (904 e mail A A C C T T c c o o m m e e d d y y T i ckets are on sale at Amelia Community Theatre for the comedy Always a Bridesmaid, with performances at 8 p.m. on Oct. 16-18, 23-25 and at 2 p.m. on Oct. 19 at 207 Cedar St. The show is written by the popular writing team of Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope and Jamie Wooten, who wrote The Dixie Swim Club. Adult tickets are $20; student tickets through college are $10. Season tickets are also on sale for ACT s 34th season, with a six-show ticket for $100 and a five-show ticket for $85. Call 261-6749 for tickets and information, or purchase at A A B B W W A A m m e e e e t t i i n n g g The Eight Flags Chapter of the American Business Womens Association (ABWA) will host its monthly dinner meeting Oct. 16 at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club, 2800 Bill Melton Road, from 6:30-8 p.m. Networking begins at 6 p.m. Susan Frazier owner/operator of the flagship UPS store in Yulee, will speak on Surviving the Corporate World and Finding Ones Passion. There is a $16 fee for the dinner meeting, payable online or at the door. RSVPs are required. Contact Monica Hayes, membership chair, at (904 For information on the benefits of being a member, visit, or find them on Facebook at www. T T h h i i r r d d o o n n T T h h i i r r d d Join the Amelia Island Museum of History 233 S. Third St., Oct. 17 at 6 p.m. as guest Brendan Burke delivers a presentation on Floridas Shrimping Fleet. During the early 20th century a new type of boat was CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK 7B W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 AROUND TOWN News-Leader SOLUTION OCT. 8 Fill in the squares so that each row, column and 3-b y3 box contain the numbers 1 through 9. Solution will appear in the F rida y B-section. Friday October 10 Solution P EOPLE & P LACES HALLOWEEN ACROSS 1. Excel grid, e.g. 6. TV monitor, acr. 9. Bonnie one 13. Of the Orient 14. One from Laos 15. Marked ski run 16. Unfriendly looks 17. Giant Hall-ofFamer Mel 18. Wedding singer? 19. *Popular Halloween pumpkin tradition 21. *Predecessor of pumpkin as jacko-lantern canvas 23. ___ Baba 24. Owl s hangout 25. Blah-blah-blah 28. Shade of beige 30. Like Scandinavia 35. Shaded 37. Not easy 39. Prince W illiam s mother 40. Eye up and down 41. Money or Murphy, e.g. 43. Genesis garden 44. She _____ seashells... 46. Fly like an eagle 47. ____ of the Flies 48. Planes, ______ and Automobiles 50. *Like Freddy Krueger s glove or a birds foot 52. Pigs digs 53. Sound on Old MacDonalds farm 55. Mad Hatter drink 57. M in ROM 60. *No hands allowed for this on Halloween 64. Drink like a cat 65. Filmmaker Spike ___ 67. Dugout vessel 68. *The _____ville Horror 69. Bonanza find 70. Fancy tie 71. Ancient Romes distance unit 72. Siesta 73. Stands for DOWN 1. Barbers supply 2. Between ports 3. Coffin stand 4. Early form of what becomes a but terfly 5. Store as fodder 6. Beat or lash 7. *Ablack one is popular as Halloween decoration 8. Terra _____ 9. Sketch 10. American Society for Clinical Investigation 11. Big first for a baby 12. Get the picture 15. Popular aniseflavored liqueur 20. Specialty 22. Large coffee pot 24. Bur-producing plant 25. *White sheeted one? 26. Hole-borer 27. _____ Swan of the T wilight series 29. X-ray units 31. Cambodian currency 32. Carpenters groove, pl. 33. Dead to the world 34. *It flows freely on Halloween 36. Supermarket section 38. *____ M for Murder 42. Muse of love poetry 45. *Red Barons Halloween oppo nent 49. Paul McCartney, e.g. 51. Skyping device 54. Leg cover 56. Belittle 57. Mommy 58. Larger-than-life 59. Remote option 60. Car ono matopoeia 61. Machu Picchu group 62. High ____ 63. Understands 64. Often found under a napkin 66. Victorian, e.g.


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C YAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 02 Lost & FoundI f You Have Lost Your Pet p lease check the Nassau Humane Society facility located at 671 Airport Rd. next t o the airport (904)321-1647 & the N assau County Animal Shelter, 86078 License Rd. in Yulee next to the drivers license building (904)491-7440. 105 Public NoticeA LL REAL ESTATE Advertised Herein is subject to t he Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal to a dvertise any prefer-ence, limitation, or discrimination b ased on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or the intention to make any such preference, limitation or d iscrimination. The News-Leader will not knowingly accept any a dvertising for real estate which is in violation of the l aw. All persons are hereby informed that all dwellings a dvertised are available on an equal opportunit y basis. If you believe that you may h ave been discriminated against in connection with t he sale, rental or financing of housing, call the United S tates Department of Housing and Urban Development HUD 1(800)669-9777, or for the hearing impaired 1(800)9279275. E MPLOYMENT 201 Help Wanted CARE CENTERS OF NASSAUhas an immediate opening for Maintenance Technician. Maintenance skills required. A pply at 95146 Hendricks Rd., F ernandina Beach, FL 32034. E XPERIENCED OTR FLATBED DRIVERS-earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. $1000 sign on to qualified drivers. Home most weekends. (843)266-3731 / www .bulldoghiw a y .com EOE. ANF HIRING CLASS A CDL DRIVERS!! Wall Timber Products, Inc. is hiring CHIPS and BARK drivers in and around o ur Callahan, FL division. Must have a c urrent Class A CDL, current medical card, and a current MVR within 30 days. Interested parties may contact Dean at (904)652-4266 or by email at 201 Help Wanted HELP WANTED -Part-time Breakfast C ook. Must apply in person at Seaside Amelia Inn, 2900 Atlantic Ave. PT TIME SERVERBoutique Hotel seeks part-time server t o assist with order taking and a continuous refreshing of beverages and plate removal throughout shift. Position Fri/Sat/Sun beginning at 7:00AM. Interested applicants can apply at 98 S outh Fletcher, Fernandina Beach. FAMILY DENTAL PRACTICEseeks experienced Dental Assistant in K ingsland, GA. Refer to: 1704007.html T OP RATED B&Blooking for reliable housekeeper. Will train. Must be professional. Drug-free environment. Apply in person between 11am and 3pm. 6 14 Ash St. in downtown Fernandina. PART-TIME MAINTENANCE WORKERBoutique Hotel is in need of a part-time maintenance worker two to three days per week. Ideal candidate will be able to make repairs, paint and handle o verall upkeep of property as needed. Interested applicants can apply at 98 South Fletcher, Fernandina Beach. 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Process m edical claims from home. Call the F ederal Trade Commission to find out how to spot medical billing scams. 1(877)FTC-HELP. A message from the News-Leader and the FTC. ESTABLISHED CLEANING SERVICEseeking an energetic, detail oriented, e xperienced housekeeper. Must be a t eam player with transportation. Leave a message at (904)753-0485. PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPERB outique Hotel seeks part-time weekend housekeeper two or three days per week (Mostly SAT & SUN). I nterested applicants can apply at 98 South Fletcher, Fernandina Beach. 2 01 Help WantedCARE CENTERS OFNASSAUhas an opening for LPN. Florida license required. Hours: Saturday, Sunday, Monday 8am-8pm. Apply at 95146 Hendricks Rd, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW!Learn to drive for CON-WAY TRUCKLOAD. No experience needed. L ocal CDL training. Apply today 1-800876-7364. ANF 2 04 Work Wanted CHIMNEY SWEEPI s your chimney a F IRE HAZARD?G et i t cleaned & inspected for a safe winters burning. Call Lighthouse Chimney Sweeps 261-8163 / 583-1300. SEMI RETIRED ELECTRICIANS mall jobs welcomed. (904)583-1465 2 07 BusinessO pportunitiesR UN YOUR OWN m edical alert c ompany. Be the only distributor in y our area. Exc income opportun-ity. Small investment reqd. Limited avail start toda y 1-844-225-1200. ANF EDUCATION 3 01 Schools &I nstructionAIRLINE CAREERS Start HereGet F AA certified w/hands on training in A viation Maintenance. Financial aid for qualified students. Job placement assistance. Call AIM 866-314-5838. ANF FINANCIAL 4 03 Finance Home/Property NEED CASH -If you are receiving payments on one of the following: note & trust deed, mortgage land sale contr act, fax J .C. Patton Brokerage Service, 841 Newport Rd., Lexington, MS 39095, 1-662-834-1033. ANF FARMS & ANIMALS 5 03 Pets/SuppliesBEAUTIFUL PUREBRED BORDER COLLIE PUPPIES 1 male, 5 females. All are Blue Merles. $275. Call (904) 6 35-5864. M ERCHANDISE 6 01 Garage SalesG ARAGE SALE -S at. 10/18, 8amnoon. Pictures, furniture, bedding, pillows, misc. 2149 Natures Gate Ct. North. NOT YOUR AVERAGE YARD SALEGreat items, some furniture. 861865 North Hampton Club Way. Sat. 10/18, 8am-noon. COMMUNITY YARD SALERoses Bluff. Sat. 10/8, 8am-noon. Chester R d. (3 miles) then left onto Roses Bluff Rd., right into Roses Bluff neighborhood. Many yard sale items at many homes. H UGE GARAGE SALE308 Simmons Rd. off Amelia Pkwy. Patio wicker furniture sets, white wicker dinette set, day bed, two large screen LCD TVs, b ooks, dishes, 2 bar stools, misc. kitchen items. Tools, suitcases, much, much more. Thurs. 10/16, Fri. 10/17 & Sat. 10/18, 9am-3pm. NORTH HAMPTON COMMUNITY SEMI-ANNUAL GARAGE SALESaturday, October 18th, 8am-12noon. Many homes participating! A1A to Amelia Concourse to North Hampton Club Way. Please be cautious and courteous of heavy traffic. Please no parking on lawns. 5-FAMILY YARD SALESaturday o nly, 8am-2pm. 85453 Alene Road, Y ulee. MOVING SALE -Sat. 10/18, 8am2pm & Sun. 10/19, 8am-12pm. 32643 Sunn y Parke Dr. in Flora Parke. Furniture includes sofa & love seat, coffee & end tables, electronics, children s i tems, patio furniture, clothes & more! 602 Articles for Sale CLOSING SALE -Wed. thru Sat., 10am-5pm. Antiques, uniques and gar age sale items. The Barn in Y u lee, 850918 U S. Hwy 17. BOX SPRING & MATTRESSw/built i n cushion. Excellent condition. Almost new (904)261-1864 6 11 Home FurnishingsCONVENTIONAL COUCH & LOVE SEATfrom Ashley Furniture. Brown w/leather arms with orange, a little blue & yellow pillows. $300 for couch; $250 for love seat. (904)323-0815 612 Musical Instruments 4-RECLINER SECTIONAL -Brown. 4 months old. Kid free, smok e free. P a id $ 2800 Ashley Furniture. Asking $1500. Call (904)225-6197. R ECREATION 701 Boats & Trailers 14 FT. JON BOAT with Minn Cota trolling motor, oars, battery, $500. (904)261-7699 704 Recreation Vehicles1 998 SAFA MOTORHOMEsleeps 6, 5 9,000+ miles, diesel, excellent shape. $ 12,000. (904)225-0481 or (904)6247982 REAL ESTATE S ALES 8 06 WaterfrontW aterfront Homes & LotsCall ( 904) 261 for information. C.H. Lasserre, Realtor. 808 Off Island/YuleeO PEN HOUSE -S aturday 10/18, 11am-2pm. 3BR/2BA. 95139 Ventures Court. $233,333. (973)985-1194, Realtors Welcome. 809 Lots HIGHLAND DUNES -Beautiful house l ot. Set up for full basement/in-law apt. Private backyard. Asking $99,000. Call (508)685-2803. 8 17 Other Areas REAL ESTATE AUCTION9am. 1534 Ensenada Dr., Orlando, FL 32825. Lg pool home Rio Pinar Golf course plus c ontents & car. www dudleys 1 0%bp AB1667 Maine-ly R E BK#381384. ANF P REVIOUSLY BANK FORECLOSURE5.65 acres only $14,900. 29.1 acre c reek front $29,900. Mtn views, rushing trout stream, minutes to 40,000 acre lake, adjoins state park. R oads, utilties, financing. Call (877) 520-6719 or Remax (423)756-5700. 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CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK 9B WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER15, 2014CLASSIFIEDSNews-Leader REZONING NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday,the 4th day of November 2014,at 7:00 P .M. the Planning and Zoning Board of Nassau County will hold a public hearing at the Commission Chambers,James S.Page Governmental Complex,96135 Nassau Place, Yulee,Florida 32097 to consider application No.R14-008 for rezoning.Also,be it known that on Monday,the 8th of day of December 2014,at 6:00 P M. or soon thereafter as the matter may be heard the Board of County Commissioners of N assau County will hold a public hearing on the said applicationfor Rezoning No.R14008,at the Commission Chambers,James S.Page C omplex location concerning the following described property in Nassau County. Location for the above described property is: On the south side of Owens Road between Like Oak Drive and Mobley Heights Road. R14-008 proposes to rezone approximately 87 acres from Residential Single Family 1 (RS1) to Open Rural (OR). This application is filed by: Stephen C.Johnson and Pamela W.Johnson. All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearings and to be heard. Copies of the Application and supporting information are available for inspection in the office of the Nassau County G rowth Management Department,96161 Nassau Place, Yulee,FL 32097.Comments may also be directed in writing to the Growth Management D epartment,emailed to,or received by telephone at (904) 491-7328.All comments will become a part of the record in this matter. This hearing will be conducted as a quasi-judicial h earing. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or activity should cont act the Growth Management Department (904) 491-7328,or Florida Relay Service (1-800955-8771) at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance to request such accommodation. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD.IF A PERSON WISHES TOAPPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD,AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING,HE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR THAT PURPOSE,MAY NEED TO ENSURE THAT A VERBATIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS TO BE BASED. The Planning and Zoning Board may continue hearing on this matter. P LANNING AND ZONING BOARD OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA /s/ Thomas Ford Its: Chairman 2 t 10-15-22-2014 4632 ---------INTHE CIRCUIT COURT,IN AND FOR DUVAL COUNTY,FLORIDA CASE NO: 16-2008-CA-000554 DIVISION: FC-G PRIMESOUTH BANK, Plaintiff, vs. STAN MIZELL ENGINES,INC.,a Georgia corporation,WILLIAM STANLEY MIZELL,SANDRA.M. MIZELL,SOUTHEASTERN NEUROSCIENCE INSTITUTE,P .A., TRIAD SYSTEMS CORPORATION, T RIAD SYSTEMS FINANCIAL CORPORATION,a wholly owned Subsidiary,f/k/a TSC LEASING CORPORATION,and THE STATE OF FLORIDA, Defendants, AMENDED NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to the Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered on January 18,2011 in Case No.16-2008-CA-000554 of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Judicial Circuit in and for Duval County,Florida wherein PrimeSouth Bank is the Plaintiff and Stan Mizell Engines,Inc.,a Georgia corporation,William Stanley Mizell, Sandra.M.Mizell,Southeastern Neuroscience Institute,P .A., Triad Systems Corporation, Triad Systems Financial Corporation,a wholly owned subsidiary,f/k/a TSC Leasing Corporation and the State of Florida,are the Defendants,I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash,at public sale, at www.duvalrealforeclose. com at 11:00 a.m.Thursday the 19th day of November, 2014 the following described parcel of real property located in Nassau County,Florida as set forth in said Final Judgment: Lots Fifteen (15),Sixteen (16), together with those portions of Lots Seventeen (17),and Eighteen (18),lying West of State Road 121,Cornwall Survey,Section Twenty three (23) Township 4 North,Range 23 East,Nassau County,Florida, Less and Except any portion deeded to the State of Florida, as recorded in Deed Book 243, page 277,of the public r ecords of Nassau County, Florida.RE#234N23-20200150000 Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any,other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) Notice: Individuals With Disabilities Who Need a Reasonable Accommodation To Participate In This Proceeding Are Entitled,At No Cost,To The Provision of Certain Assistance.Please Contact: Court Administrator,Phone: (904) 321-5709 within 2 Working Days of Your Receipt of This Notice. If You Are Hearing Or Voice Impaired Please Call: 1-800955-8771. Dated this 06 day of October, 2014. RONNIE FUSSELL CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Ricketa Sullivan Deputy Clerk 2t 10-15-22-2014 4633 ---------I N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2012-CA-00498 T he Bank of New York Mellon, as Trustee for CIT Mortgage Loan Trust 2007-1, Plaintiff, vs. MATTHEW PEARCE,, Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order of Final Judgment entered in Case No.2012-CA-00498 in the Circuit Court of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit in and for NASSAU County,Florida,wherein, The Bank of New York Mellon, as Trustee for CIT Mortgage Loan Trust 2007-1,Plaintiff,and, MATTHEW PEARCE,et al.,are Defendants.The Clerk of Court will sell to the highest bidder for cash at the front entrance of the Judicial Annex,76347 Veterans Way,Yulee,FL 32097, at11:30AM,on the 25th day of November,2014,the following described property: LOT 13,BLOCK 1 OF YULEE HEIGHTS,ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 3,PAGES(S) 474 7A,OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale,if any,other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens,must file a claim within 60 days after sale. If you are a person with a disabilitywho needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding,you are entitled,at no cost to you, t o the provision of certain assistance.Please contact the ADA Coordinator at or (904) 630-2564 at least 7 days before your s cheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Dated this 9th day of October, 2014. 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10B W EDNESDAY O CTOBER 15, 2014 /News-Leader CYAN MAGENTA YELLOW BLACK IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA Case No.: 45-2014-DR-161 IN THE MATTER OF THE ADOPTION OF E.C.S. Adoptee. AMENDED NOTICE OF ACTION FOR TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS AND ADOPTION TO: Cory Everett Diebold Last Known Address unknown YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for termination of p arental rights and permanent commitment for subsequent adoption of the abovenamed child E.C.D.(born on 11/15/2010) has been fileda gainst you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses,if any, to it on Hope A.Iseley,Attorney for Petitioners whose address is 200 West Forsyth Street; Suite 1300; Jacksonville,FL 32202 on or before October 24,2014 and file the original with the clerk of this Court at Nassau County Judicial Annex,76347 Veterans Way #456,Yulee,FL 32097.If you fail to do so,a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. FAILURE TO FILE A RESPONSE CONSTITUTES CONSENT TO THE TERMINATION OF PARENTAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD AND ALL LEGAL RIGHTS TO THIS CHILD. Copies of all court documents in this case,including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Cours office.You may review these documentsu pon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Cours office notified of your current address.(You may file Notice of CurrentA ddress,Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed to the address on record at the clers office. WARNING: Rule 12.285,Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information.Failure to comply can result in sanctions,including dismissal or striking of pleadings. INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES needing accommodation to participate in these proceeding should contact ADA Coordinator as soon as possible (904ing impaired 1-800-955-8771(TDD or 1-800-955-8770 (Vida Relay Service. Dated: September 16,2014 John A.Crawford CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/Pamelia Jones Deputy Cler k 4T 09-24-2014 & 10-01-08-15-2014 4566 ---------AMENDED NOTICE OF APPLIC ATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That HARRY STRA TT ON The holder of the f ollo w ing cer tif icate(s has filed said certificate(sor the tax deed to be issued thereon.The certificate number(sear of issuance, the descr iption of property, and name(s hich it is assessed are as follows: File Number:2014-027-TD Cer tif icate Number:2723 Parcel Number: 46-3N-28-0000-0002-0010 Year of Issuance:2009 Description of Property: IN OR 596 PG 919 ESMT OR 1483/426 Assessed T o: MUTT J D ANIEL, ROBYN M DANIEL All of the above property is located in Nassau County,In the State of Florida. Unless such certificate(s be r edeemed according to Law,the property described in such certificate or certificates will be sold to the Highest Bidder at the MAIN ENTRAN-CE OF THE NASSAU COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VETERANS WAY,YULEE, FL, on the 28th day of October 2 014, betw een the hour s of 11:00 a m and 2:00 p.m.The Clerk of Cours Office Policy is to hold the sale at 11.30 a m. JOHN A.CRAWFORD NASSA U COUNTY CLERK OF COURT BY : SHELLY MURRAY DEPUTY CLERK If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled,at no cost to you,to the provision of certain assistance.Please contact the AD A Coor dinator at (904 4600 press 0,at least 7 days b efore your scheduled court appearance,or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or v oice impaired ,call 711. 4T 10-01-08-15-22-2014 4603 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COUR T OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NASSA U COUNTY FLORID A CIVIL DIVISION Case#: 2013-CA-000410 Wells Fargo Bank,National Association P laintiff, Vs. Laurie Peeples Richards a/k/a Laurie R.Richards; UnknownS pouse of Laur ie Peeples Richar ds a/k/a Laurie R.Richards; Unknown Parties in Possession #1, If living, and all Unkno wn Parties claiming by, through,under and against the a bo v e named Def endant(sho are not known to be dead or alive,whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse,Heirs,Devisees,Grantees,or Other Claimants; Unknown Parties in Possession If living,and all Unkno wn Parties claiming by, thr ough,under and against the a bove named Defendant(sho are not known to be dead or aliv e, w hether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse,Heirs, De visees Gr antees ,or Other Claimants Defendant(s NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to order rescheduling foreclosure sale or Final Judgment,entered in Civil Case No.2013-CA-000410 of the Cir cuit Court of the 4th Judicial Cir cuit in and for Nassau County,Florida,wherein W ells Fargo Bank,National Association,Plaintiff and Laurie Peeples Richards a/k/a Laurie R. Richar ds ar e def endant(s I, Clerk of Court,John A.Crawf or d, will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE NASSA U COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS WAY,YULEE,FLORIDA,32097 AT 11:30 A.M.on October 20th, 2014,the following described pr operty as set forth in said Final Judgment,to-wit: TRA CT 4, BLOCK 1,SPRING HILL UNIT ONE (IACCORDING TO PLAT THEREOF,AS RECORDED IN PLA T BOOK 5, P A GE 32,OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN MANUFACTURED HOME,YEAR: 1996,MAKE: MERITT LIVESTOCK TRAILER,VIN#: FLHMLCF70914 555A AND VIM: FLHMLCF7091 4555B. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE,IF ANY,OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accomm odation in order to participate in this proceeding,you are entitled,at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance.Please contact theA DA Coordinator at (904 4600 press 0,at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance,or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired,call 711. Phone(904 Fax(904 TTD/TTYDial 711 John A.Crawford CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Nassau County,Florida /s/Sue Powell Deputy Clerk of the Court 3T 10-01-08-15-2014 4602 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA C IVIL DIVISION Case #: 2009-CA-000880 DIVISION: A OneWest Bank,FSB Plaintiff,vs.Raymond M.Chauncey a/k/a Raymond Chauncey and Carol A.Chauncey a/k/a Carol Chauncey,Husband and Wife; Compass Bank; Azalea Pointe Owners Association,Inc.: Defendant(s NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to order rescheduling foreclosure sale or Final Judgment,entered in Civil Case No.2009-CA-000880 of the Circuit Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau County,Florida wherein OneWest Bank,FSB,Plaintiff and Raymond M.Chauncey a/k/a Raymond Chauncey and Carol A.Chauncey a/k/a Carol Chauncey,Husband and Wife are defendant(sI, Clerk of Court,John A.Crawford,will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE NAS SAU COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX LOCATED AT 76347 VETERANS W A Y YULEE, FLORID A, 3 2097 AT 11:30 A.M.on November 25, 2014,the following described pr operty as set forth in said Final Judgment,to wit: LO TS 28, AZALEA POINTE, A CCORDING T O PLA T THEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6,PAGES 164 AND 165,OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE,IF ANY,OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE D A TE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITH 60 DAYS AFTER SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in or der to par ticipate in this pr oceeding, you are entitled,at no cost to you,to the provision of certain assistance.Please contact the ADA Coordinator at (904 4600 press 0,at least 7 days bef ore your scheduled court appearance,or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time bef or e the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired,call 711. Phone(904F ax(904 T TD/TTY Dial 711 John A.Crawford CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT Nassau County Florida /s/ Sue Powell DEPUTY CLERK OF COUR T Submitted By: ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: SHAPIRO,FISHMAN & GACHE,LLP 2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360 Boca Raton,Florida 33431 (561 (561 2t 10-8-15-2014 4 613 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION C ASE NO.: 09CA000495 B AC HOME LOANS SERVICING, L.P .F/K/A COUNTRYWIDE HOME LO ANS SER V ICING ,L.P ., Plaintiff, vs. DIANA M. ROJ AS A/K/A DIANA M ROJAS VELASQUEZ; LOFTON POINTE HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION,INC.; NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION; UNKNOWN S POUSE OF DIANA M.ROJAS; UNKNOWN TENANT(S SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY,D ef endants, RE-NO TICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NO TICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Pursuant to Order Resetting Foreclosure Sale dated the 24th day of September 2014, and entered in Case No. 09CA000495,of the Circuit Court of the 4TH Judicial Circuit in and for Nassau County,Florida,wherein GREENTREE SERVICING, the Plaintiff and DIANA M. ROJ AS A/K/A DINAN M ROJAS DELASQUEZ; LOFT ON POINTE HOMW OWNERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION; UNKNO WN TENANT(S IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPERTY are defendants.The Cler k of this Cour t shall sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at the,AT THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX,76347 VETERANS WAY,YULEE FL 32097, 11:30 AM on the 10th day of November,2014,the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to wit: LO T 34,LOFTON POINTE,ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6,PAGE(SAND 326, PUBLIC RECORDS NASSAU COUNTY FLORID A. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE,IF ANY,OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE D A TE OF THE LIS PENDES MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If y ou are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in or der to participate in this proceeding,you ar e entitled at no cost to y ou, to the provision of certain assistance.Please contact the AD A Coor dinator at (904 4600 at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance,or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired,call 711. Dated this 26th day of September,2014. JOHN A.CRAWFORD Clerk of the Circuit Court By: /s/ Sue Powell Deputy Clerk Submitted by: Choice Legal Group,P A. P .O.Box 9908 F ort Lauderdale,FL 33310-0908 Telephone: (954 Facsimile: (954 Toll Free: 1-800-441-2438 DESIGNATED PRIMARY E-MAILF OR SERVICE PURSUANT TO FLA.R.JUD.ADMIN 2.516 2t 10-8-15-2014 4614 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION CASE NO. 45-2014-CA-000203 WELLS FARGO BANK,N.A., Plaintiff, vs. BRITTANY N.SELLERS A/K/A BRITTANY SELLERS A/A BRITTANY NICOLE SELLERS,et al, Defendant(s NOTICE OF ACTION TO: THE HILLS AT THOMAS CREEK, INC.,R.A.,THOMAS NESBITT JR. LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 4252 ST JOHNS AVE,JACKSONVIL-L E,FL 32210 CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN ANY AND ALL UNKNOW PARTIES CLAIMING BY,THROUGH,U NDER,AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(SARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE,HEIRS,DEVISEES, GRANTEES,OR OTHER CLAIMANTS LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: UNKNOWN CURRENT ADDRESS: UNKNOWN YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property in NASSAU County,Florida: THE NOPRTH 392.16 FEET OF THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED PARCEL: PART OF LOT 20, BLOCK 3,THE HILLS AT THOMAS CREEK,ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5,PAGES 65 THROUGH 69,INCLUSIVE,PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA,MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: BEGIN AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF SAID LO T 20; THENCE NORTH 99 DEGREES 52 MINUTES 16 SECONDS EAST, 111.19 FEET ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID LOT 20; THENCE NOR TH 03 DEGRERES 42 MIN UTES 31 SECONDS WEST 727.02 FEET TO THE SOUTH LINE OF KEEN CEMETERY ROAD (1 60.0 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY); THENCE SOUTH 86 DEGREES 17 MINUTES 29 SECONDS WEST,111.08 FEET ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID KEEN CEMETERY ROAD, TO THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID LO T 20: THENCE SOUTH 03 DEGREES 42 MINUTES 31 SECONDS EAST,722.02 FEET. ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SALD LOT 20,TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING has been f iled ag ainst y ou and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses within 30 days after the first publication,if any,on Ronald R Wolfe & Associates,P .L.,Plaintiffs attor ney,whose address is 4919 Memorial Highway,Suite 200, Tampa,Florida 33634,and file the or iginal with this Cour t either before service on Plaintifs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered againsty ou f or the r elief dem anded in t he Complaint or petition. This notice shall be published once each week for two consecutiv e weeks in the F ernandina Beach News Leader WITNESS my hand and the seal of this Cour t on this 25th day of September,2014. John A.Crawford Clerk of the Court By /s/ Karen J.Lockett As Deputy Clerk **See Americans with Disabilities Act If you are a person with a disa bility w ho needs an y accom modation in order to particip ate in this proceeding,you are entitled,at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance.Please contact the ADA Coordinator at (904 4600 (then press 0) at least 7 days bef ore your scheduled cour t appearance,or immediately upon r eceiving this notification if the time before the scheduled a ppear a nce is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired,call 711. 2t 10-08-15-2014 4615 ---------NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that o n 11/06/14 at 2:30 P .M.,or thereafter,at CubeSmart #0323,1678 S.8th St.,in the city of Fernandina Beach,state ofF lor ida.The undersigned, CubeSm art #0323 will sell at Public Sale by competitive bidding, the per sonal pr operty heretofore stored with the undersigned by: Space # B37 Kari M Gardner Space # H14 Erik A Peterson Space # J6 Shawn Johnson Space # M13 John F Holliday Space # J26-27 Zayza Gr ant Space # C42 Jacob Allen Cook Space # C52 Brittnie Rupp Space # E29J ason Rober t Car lan Space # H2-4 Sara Elizabeth Simmons All items in storage contain household items unless otherwise mentioned. 2t 10-8-15-2014 4616 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NASSA U COUNTY ,FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO: 45-2013-C A-000180 JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, NA TIONAL ASSOCIA TION Plaintiff, VS. WILLIAM F GALLUP; MARIL YN L.GALLUP; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF WILLIAM F. GALLUP; UNKNO WN SPOUSE OF MARILYN L.GALLUP; UNKNO WN PERSON(S POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROPER TY ; Defendants. RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated September 29th,2014 and entered in Case No.45-2013CA-000180 of the Circuit Court of the 4th Judicial Circuit in and for NASSAU County,Florida,wherein JP MORGAN CHASE BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION is Plaintiff and WILLIAM F.GALLUP; MARILYN L.GALLUP; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF WILLIAM F.GALLUP; UNNOWN SPOUSE OF MARILYN L. GALLUP; INKNOWN PERSON(S IN POSSESSION OF THE SUBJECT P ROPERTY; are defendants.I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash AT THE FRONT ENTRANCEOF THE JUDICIAL ANNEX,at 76347 VETERANSW AY,YULEE in NASSAU County, FLORIDA,32097,at 11:30AM, on the 6th day of January, 2015,the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment,to-wit: LOTS 1,2 AND THE NORTH ONE-HALF OF LOT 3,IN BLOCK 210,TOGETHER WITH THE EASTERLY ONE-HALF OF SOUTH ELEVENTH STREET RIGHT-OFWAY (NOW ABANDONED) LYING WESTERLY OF AND ADJACENT TO SAID LIOTS,FERNANDINA,NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA. A person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any,other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated this 29th day September,2014. JOHN A.CRAWFORD As Clerk of said CourtB y: /s/ Tracy Poore As Deputy Clerk This Notice is provided in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act,i f you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding,you are entitled,at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance.Please contact the ADA Coordinator at (904 4600 press 0,at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance,or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired,call 711. Submitted by: Kahane & Associates,P .A. 8201 Peters Road,Suite 3000 Plantation,FL 33324 Telephone: (954 Telefacsimile: (954 Designated service email: 2t 10-8-15-2014 4619 ---------LEGAL NOTICE A1A Stow-A-Way Storage will sell or otherwise dispose of the contents of the following units to satisfy the delinquent storage lien placed in accor dance with the state of Florida Statute 83.806. Unit 1012 Shar a Sv o boda Household goods Unit 1084 Denise Stokes Household goods Unit 1090 Shawn Larkin Household goods Unit 1138 T ina Parsons Household goods Unit 2014 Rita Hodges Household goods Unit 2061 Tammy Melton Household goods Sale will be conducted at A1A Stow-A-Way Storage,463915 State Road 200, Y ulee, Florida 32097 at 10:00 am on October 24,2014.Open door sale,cash only.A cleaning deposit will be taken.(904This sale is open to the public. 2t 10-8-15-2014 4622 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2014-CA000236 DIVISION: FIRST FEDERAL B ANK OF F LORID A Plaintiff, vs. JUDGE H. JOHNS,et al. Def endants, NO TICE OF ACTION TO: JUDGE H.JOHNS UNKNO W N SPOUSE OF JUDGE H.JOHNS Last Known Address: 54658 SHEFFIELD RD CALLAHAN,FL 32011 You are notified that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property in Nassau County: LO T 6, CHAR W O OD EST ATES,A SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO T HE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED AT PLAT BOOK 4,PAGE 65,IN THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA. TOGETHER WITH THAT CERTAIN 2002 HOMD BEARING ID#S BL02GA0211150A AND BL02GA0211150B. The action w as instituted in the Circuit Court,Fourth Judicial Cir cuit in and f o r Nassau, County,Florida; Case No.2014CA000236; and is styled FIRST FEDERAL B ANK OF FLORID A vs JUDGE H.JOHNS; JESSICA CAMPBELL; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JUDGE H.JOHNS; UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JESSIC A CAMPBELL; NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA,A POLITICAL SUBDIVISION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA; UNKNOWN TENANTI N POSSESSION #1 AND UNKNO WN TENANT IN POSSESSION #2.You are required to ser v e a cop y of your written defenses,is any,to the action on Valerie Brown,Esq.,Plaintifs attor ne y w hose address is 255 South Orange Avenue,Suite 900,Orlando,FL 32801,on or before November 17,2014,(or 30 days from the first date of publication) and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on No vember 17,2014 or immediately after ser vice; otherwise, a def ault will be entered against you for the relief dem anded in the complaint or petition. The Court has authority in this suit to enter a judgment or decree in the Plaintifs interest which will be binding upon you. DATED: October 2,2014 John A.Crawford As Clerk of the Court By: /s/ Karen J.Lockett As Deputy Clerk 2t 10-8-15-2014 4623 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COUR T OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR NASSA U COUNTY FLORID A CASE NO.2013-CA-000360 BRANCH B ANKING AND TRUST COMPANY,a North Carolina banking corporation,as successor -in-inter est to Colonial Bank by asset acquisition from the FDIC as Receiver for Colonial Bank, Plaintiff, v H & N HOSPITALITY,LLLP ,a Flor ida limited lia bility limited partnership,HASMUKH PATEL, individually,and NIRUBEN P A TEL, individually Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Final Judgment of Foreclosure in the case of Branch Banking and Trust Company,Plaintiff,v.H &N Hospitality,LLLP ,et al,Defendants,Case No.: 2013-CA000360,the undersigned Clerk of the Circuit Court in Nassau County,Florida will on November 12,2014,at 11:30 a.m.,at the Nassau County Judicial Annex,76347 Veterans Way, Suite 456,Yulee,FL 32097 shall offer the identified property s et forth herein for sale and sell at public outcry to the highest bidder for cash involving the following real or personal property,situate,lyinga nd being in Nassau County, Florida (the Property) described as follows: A portion of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 2,Township 3 North,Range 26 East,Nassau County,Florida,being all of Parcel B and a portion of Parcel A according to Deed in Official Records Book 708, page 1841,said portion being more particularly described as follows: For a point of reference commence at the Northeast corner of Section 2 aforementioned and run South 89West along the Northerly line of said Section,a distance of 5.15 feet to the centerline of Interstate Highway No.1-95; run thence South 2442West along said centerline,a distance of 2,568.94 feet to the centerline of U.S. Highway No.17; run thenceN orth 32West along said centerline,a distance of 1,269.76 feet; run thence North 57East,a distance of 124.00 feet to a found 1/2ironp in with cap stamped PLS No. 1558 on the Easterly right of way line of said U.S.Highway No.17 for the Point of Beginning; from the Point of Beginning thus described, thence North 32West along said right-of-way,a distance of 305.20 feet to a found broken concrete monument; run thence North 89 East,a distance of 773.67 feet to a found 5/8iron pin with cap stamped PLS No.1558; run thence South 05 East,a distance of 70.89 feet toa found 5/8iron pin with cap stamped PLS No.1558; run thence South 61West,a distance of 165.99 feet to a found 5/8iron pin with cap stamped PLS No.1558; run thence South 89West,a distance of 57.75 feet to a found 5/8iron pin with cap stamped PLS No.1558; run thence South 67West, a distance of 46.27 f eet to a found 5/8iron pin with cap stamped PLS No.1558; run thence South 56 59 W est, a distance of 91.03 feet to a found 5/8iron pin with cap stamped PLS No. 1558; run thence North 33West,a distance of 79.01 f eet to a f ound 5/8 i r on pin with ca p stamped PLS No.1558; run thence South 65West, a distance of 270.06 feet to the Point of Beginning. T ogether with the following per sonal pr operty: A.Appur tenances The benefit of all easements and other r ights of an y natur e w h atso ever appurtenant to the Land or the Improvements,or both, and all rights of way,streets, alleys,passages,drainage r ights sewer rights,and rights of ingr ess and egr ess to the Land, and all adjoining property, whether now existing or hereafter arising,together with the reversion or reversions,remainder or remainders,rents,issues incomes ,and profits of any of the foregoing. B.T angible Pr oper ty All of Mor tg agor s inter est in all f ix tures,equipment,crops 110W SONVII and/or growing,in the future and tangible personal property of any nature whatsoe v er no w or her eafter (i a ttached or af f ixed to the Land or the Improvements,or both,regardless of whether ph ysically affixed thereto or se vered or capable of severance ther e fr om,or (iiegardless of where situated,used, usa b le,or intended to be used in connection with any present or future use or operation of or upon the Land.The foregoing includes: all heating,air conditioning,lighting,incinerating, and power equipment,all engines,compressors,pipes, pumps,tanks,motors,conduits, wir ing, and switchboar ds; all plumbing,lifting,cleaning,fire p revention,fire extinguishing, refrigerating,ventilating,and communications apparatus; all boilers,furnaces,oil burners,vacuum cleaning systems, elevators,and escalators; all sto ves,ovens,ranges,disposal units ,dishwashers,water heater s,exhaust systems,refrigerators,cabinets,and partitions; all r ugs and car p ets; all laundry equipment; all building materials; all furniture,furnishings of f ice equipment, and office supplies (including stationery,letterheads,billheads, and items of a similar nature); and all additions,accessions, r enewals,replacements,and substitutions of any or all of the foregoing (for purposes of description in this Exhibit here-i n r eferred to as the angible Pr operty). C.Income: All rents,issues, incomes and pr ofits in any manner arising from the Land, Improvements,or Tangible Pr oper ty or an y combination, including Mortgagors interest in and to all leases,licenses, franchises,and concessions of, or relating to,all or any portion of the Land,Improvements or Tangible Property,whether now existing or hereafterm ade,including all amendments ,modifications,replacements ,substitutions,extensions, renewals,or consolidations.The f or egoing items ar e jointly and severally for purposes of description in this Exhibitr ef err ed to as the Rents. D.Pr oceeds All proceeds of the conversion,voluntary or involuntary,of the Land, Improvements or any of the property described in this Exhibit into cash or other liquidated claims,or that are otherwise payable for injury to,or the taking or r equisitioning of, an y such property,including all insurance and condemnation pr oceeds E.Contr act Rights All of Mortgagors right,title and inter est in and to any and all contracts,written or or al, expr essed or implied, now existing or hereafter entered into or arising,in any m anner r elated to the improvements,use,operation, sale,conversion,or other disposition of an y interest in the Land,Improvements,Tangible Pr operty,or the Rents or any combination,including any and all deposits prepaid items, and payments due and to become due thereunder,and including constr uction con tracts,service contracts, advertising contracts,purchase orders,and equipment leases. F.Name. All right,title and interest of Mortgagor In and to any trade name now or hereafter used in connection with the operation of the Land, improvements and all related marks,logos and insignia. G.Other Intangibles All contract rights,accounts,instruments and general intangibles,as such terms from time to time are defined in the Florida Uniform Commercial Code,in a ny manner related to the use, operation,sale,conversion,or other disposition (voluntary or involuntary) of the Land, Improvements,TangibleP roperty,or Rents,including all permits,licenses,insurance policies,rights of action and other chosen in action. H.Constr uction Mater ials All lumber,concrete block,drywall,sheet rock,concrete,roof trusses,beams,joints,or any other personal property used or intended to be used in connection with the construction of any improvements on the Land or any of such items of personal property which are intended to be incorporated into the Land as an Improvement thereon. I.Se w er F ees All sewer capacity reservation fees and/or reserved sewer capacity,all tap in rights,all impact fees,all of which may benefit the Land or Improvements. J.Plans Any and all plans, specifications,permits,including building permits,licenses,f ees,architectural drawings, surveys and plats associated with the construction of any proposed improvements to the Land.K .Constr u ction Documents The foregoing types of property include specifically all of the following: all contracts, plans and documents that concern the design and construction of the improvements, including plans and specifications,drawings and architectural and/or engineering contracts,and construction contracts,together with all amendments,revisions,modifications and supplements. L.Secondar y Financing. All of Mortgagors rights,power or privilege to further encumber any of the property described in this paragraph for debt. As used in this paragraph,the term include,includesor includingis for illustrative purposes only and is always without limitation. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any,other than the property o wner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. D A TED this 1st day of October 2014. JOHN A.CRAWFORD NASSA U COUNTY,FLORIDA CLERK OF COURTS By:/s/ Kar en J Loc kett Deputy Cler k 2t 10-8-15,2014 4624 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2013-C A-000529-AXYX FIRST FEDERAL BANK OF FLORIDA,a FEDERALLY CHARTERED SAVINGS BANK Plaintiff, VS. VICT ORIA N. P ALLONE,, Defendants. CLERKS NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS GIVEN that,in accordance with the Order on Motion to Vacate Foreclosure Sale and Cer tificate of Title and Reset Foreclosure,Sale entered on in the above-styled cause, I will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash on November 24,2014 at 11:30 A.M.(ESTat the front entrance of the Judicial Annex, Nassau Cdunty Cour thouse: L O T 15, POINT SOUTH UNIT 4, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF,AS RECORDED IN PLA T BOOK 4,PAGES 111 AND 112, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF NASSA U COUNTY ,FLORIDA, TOGETHER WITH THAT FLEETW O OD,CARRIAGE MANOR EXTREME DOUBLE WIDE MANUFACTURED HOME SERIAL # GAFL775A79560Cl21 AND GAFLE775B79560C121.(RETIRED TITLES) Property Address: 54470 Point South Drive, Callahan,FL 32011. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTERST IN THE SURPLUS FROM T HE SALE,IF ANY,OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Dated: October 3,2014 JOHN A.CRAWFORD, CLERK OF COUR TS NASSA U COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT By: /s/Am anda Stear n AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT If y ou ar e a per son with a dis ability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding,you are entitled,at no cost to you, t o the provision of certain assistance.Please contact the ADA Coordinator at (904 4600 press 0,Phone (9042 564; F ax (904 TTD/TTY (800) 955-8770 (Flor ida Relay Service).E-Mail cale wis@nassaucler, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon r eceiv ing this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. 2T 10-15-22-2014 4625 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COUYT OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR NASSA U COUNTY FLORIDA GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION C ASE NO: 12-C A-372 THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK,AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE HOLDERS OF THE CWABS,INC.,ASSET-BACKED CERTIFICATES,SERIES 2006-14, Plaintiff VS. CLINT ON GARETT TESTON; EMIL Y ANN TESTON; JOSEPH RYAN TESTON; UNITED STATES OF AMERIC A Defendant(s NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Final Judgment of Foreclosure dated October 1, 2014 and entered in 12-CA372 of the Cir cuit Cour t of the FOURTH Judicial Circuit in and for NASSAU County,Florida, w herein THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK AS TRUSTEE FOR THE CERTIFICATE HOLDERS OF THE CW ABS ,INC.,ASSETBACKED CERTIFICATES SERIES 2006-14,is the Plaintiff and CLINT ON GARETT TEST ON; EMILY ANN TESTON; JOSEPH RYAN TESTON; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA are the Defendant(sJohn Crawford as the Clerk of the Circuit Court will sel1 to the highest and best bidder for cash,Front Entrance,Nassau Judicial Annex 76347 Veterans Way Yulee FL 32097,at 11:30 AM on December 30,2014,the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment,to wit: Tract 7,Holly Pointe North, Unrecorded.Part of Fractional Section 36,Township 2 North, R ange 27 East,Nassau County, Florida described as follows: Commence at a concrete monument at the Northeast corner of Fractional Section2 5,said township and range; thence South One (01 degrees,Fourteen (14 utes East,along the East line of said section,4689.11 feet to an iron pipe on North Line of Section 45,Township 2 North Range 28 East; thence South Fifty (50ees,One (01 minute West,along said Northerly line,779.10 feet to a concrete monument at the Northwest corner of said section; thence South Twenty-two (22ees,Fifteen (15utes East,along the Westerly line of said section,555.5 feet to the centerline of Owens Road; thence South Sixtyseven (67ees,Twentythree (23West,along said centerline,322.0 feet to the centerline of Live Oak Drive; thence South Twentytwo (22ees,Fifteen (15 minutes East along said cen-t erline,1478.2 feet; thence South Thirty-four (34ees,Fourteen (14 minutes,Twenty-seven (27 seconds East,194.91 feet;t hence South Seventy-three (73ees,five (5, Seven (07West, 335.01 feet; thence North Eighty-five (85ees,Fiftyfive (55.Twenty (20 seconds West,389.79 feet; Thence South Seventy (70 degrees,Twenty-six (26 utes,Thirteen (13 West 392.79 feet to the point beginning; thence continue South Seventy (70ees, Twenty-six (26, Thirteen (13West,180 feet; thence South Nineteen (19ees,Thirty-three (33 minutes,Forty-seven (47 onds East,340 feet,more or less,to the edge of the Lofton Creek Marshlands; thence Easterly,along said marshlands,180 feet,more or less toa point that bears South Nineteen (19ees,Thirtythree (33,Forty-seven (47om the point of the beginning; thence North Nineteen (19ees, Thirty-three (33,Fortyse v en (47 W est, 365 feet,more or less to the point of beginning.Reserving the Nor th 30 feet thereof for road purposes. An y per son claiming an inter est in the sur plus fr o m the sale, if any,other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. IMPOR TANT If y ou ar e a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this pr oceeding, y ou are entitled,at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance.Please contact the ADA Coordinator at (904 4600 pr ess 0, at least 7 days bef or e y our scheduled cour t appearance,or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or v oice impaired,call 711. 2T 10-15-22-2014 4626 ---------NOTICE OF LANDOWNERS MEETING RIVER GLEN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT Notice is her eb y giv en to the p ublic and all lando wner s within the River Glen Community Development District (the District) the location of w hich is generally described as compr ising a par cel or parcels of land containing a p proximately 368.55 acres, located approximately 1 mile west of Interstate 95,approximately 1 mile south of SR 200 (Al A) and is bordered on the north by Timber Creek Plantation and is bordered on the west by Edwards Road in Nassau County,Florida,advising that a meeting of landowners will be held for the purp ose of electing three persons to the District Board of Supervisors.Immediately following the landowners meeting there will be convened a meeting of the Board of Super visors for the purpose of consider ing certain matters of the Boar d to include election of certain District officers,and other such business w hich m a y properly come before the Board. D A TE: No v ember 12, 2014 TIME: 1:30 p.m. PLACE: River Glen Amenity Center,65084 River Glen Parkway Yulee,FL.32097 E ach landowner may vote in person or by written proxy. Proxy forms may be obtained upon request at the office oft he Distr ict Manager,c/o Rizzetta & Compan y,Inc., located at 2806 North Fifth Str eet, Suite 403, St.Augustine, Florida 32084.At said meeting each landowner or his or her pr o xy shall be entitled to nom inate persons for the position of Supervisor and cast one vote per acre of land or fractional portion thereof,owned by him or her and located within the District for each person nominated for the position of Super visor.A fraction of an acr e shall be treated as one acr e entitling the landowner to one vote with respect thereto. Platted lots shall be counted individually and rounded up to the nearest whole acre.The acr eage of platted lots shall not be aggregated for determining the number of voting units held by a landowner or a landowners proxy.At the landownersmeeting the landowners shall select a person to serve as the meeting chair and who shall conduct the meeting. The lando wnermeeting will be open to the public and will be conducted in accor dance with the provisions of Florida law.The meeting may be continued in pr ogr ess without additional notice to a time, date and location stated on the record.A copy of the agenda for this meeting may be obtained fr om Rizzetta & Company,Inc.,located at 2806 North Fifth Street,Suite 403, St.Augustine,Florida 32084 at (904 Pur suant to provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act, an y per son requiring special accommodations to participate in this meeting is asked to contact the Distr ict Of f ice at (904at least 48 hours before the meeting.If you are hearing or speech impaired, please contact the Florida Relay Service at (800 for aid in contacting the District Office.A person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at the meeting is advised that person will need a record of the proceedings and that accordingly,the person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, i ncluding the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. Melissa Dobbins District Manager2 T 10-15-22-2014 4627 ---------REZONING NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Tuesday,the 4th day of November 2014,at 7:00 P .M. the Planning and Zoning Board of Nassau County will hold a public hearing at the Commission Chambers,James S.Page Governmental Complex,96135 Nassau Place, Yulee,Florida 32097 to consider application No.R14-007 for rezoning.Also,be it known that on Monday,the 8th of day of December 2014,at 6:00 P M. or soon thereafter as the matter may be heard,the Board of County Commission-ers of Nassau County will hold a public hearing on the said application for Rezoning No.R14007,at the Commission Chambers,James S.PageC omplex location concerning the following described property in Nassau County. Location for the above described property is: On thes outh side of Nevada Avenue between Vegas Boulevard and Sinatra Street. R14-007 proposes to modify the Hideway PUD.The existing PUD requires a 25 foot front yard setback.At the end of the Tcul-de-sacs,the required setback causes the houses at the end to be setback much further than the rest of the homes.Request that the front yard setbacks for all cul-de-sacs lots shall be 17.5 foot. This application is filed by: Decatur Properties,Inc.,owner and McCranie and Associates,Inc.,agent. All interested parties are invited to attend the public hearings and to be heard.Copies of the Application and supporting information are available for inspection in the office of the Nassau County Growth Management Department, 96161 Nassau Place, Y ulee,FL 32097.Comments may also be directed in writing to the Gr o wth Management Depar tment,emailed to,or r eceived by telephone at (904All comments will become a par t of the r ecor d in this m atter This hearing will be conducted as a quasi-judicial hearing. Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to par ticipate in this program or activity should contact the Growth Management Department (904or Florida Relay Ser vice (1-800-955-8771 at least twenty-four (24s in advance to request such accommodation. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD IF A PERSON WISHES T O APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD,AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING,HE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS AND FOR THAT PURPOSE,MAY NEED TO ENSURE THA T A VERB A TIM RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS IS MADE, WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IST O BE B ASED T he Planning and Zoning Board may continue hearing on this matter. PLANNING AND ZONING BO ARD OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORID A /s/ Thomas Ford Its: Chair m an 2T 10-15-22-2014 4630 ---------IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR NASSAU COUNTY,FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION FILE NO.: 14CP000257AXYX DIVISION: IN RE: EST A TE OF JAMES H.SHAW, D eceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the Estate of JAMES H.SHAW deceased,whose date of death was July 21,2014; File Number 14CP000257AXYX, is pending in the Cir cuit Court f or Nassau County,Florida, Probate Division,the address of w hich is 76347 V eterans Way,Yulee,Florida 32097.The names and addresses of the per sonal r epr esentativ e and the personal representativs attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having c laims or demands against decedents estate,on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served,must filet heir claims with this cour t WITHIN THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLIC A TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NO TICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NO T FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORID A PROB A TE CODE WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIOD SET FOR TH ABO VE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is: October 15,2014. Timothy L.Flanagan Attorney for Personal Repr esentative Em ail: Flor ida Bar No. 335223 PURCELL,FLANAGAN, HAY & GREENE,P A. 1548 Lancaster T err ace Jacksonville,Florida 32204 T elephone: (904 Telecopier: (904 Molly Shaw P er sonal Repr esentativ e 1 Birch Drive Plainsboro,NJ 08536 2T 10-15-22-2014 4631 ---------LEGAL ADVERTISING DEADLINE IS NOON ON FRIDAYS CALL 261-3696 FOR QUESTIONS. ---------LEGAL NOTICES