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The news-leader

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The news-leader
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News-leader (Fernandina Beach, Fla.)
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rfn rfnt tb rfntbtrrbrrrfrr A concrete boat ramp at the Fernandina Harbor Marina collapsed as a team participating in the Fernandina Beach Kingfish Tournament was pulling its boat out of the water. June 23, 1993 Jonathan Petree is a product of Nassau County schools, having grown up on a farm in Callahan. He said he is running again for a seat on the Nassau County School Board to help create an awesome community to pass on to his children. Petree won in a special election two years ago after Dr. Kathy Burns resigned to run for schools superintendent. He lives with his wife and four children on family land in Callahan. Im not on the School Board because Im retired and need something to do, Petree told the News-Leader. I run a business in two locations. I have a family of six, an elderly mother I take care of I have no shortage of things to do but this is a passion. Its serving my community. I dont have a million dollars to pass down to my kids. I want to pass down a legacy thats an awesome Nassau County. I want to make sure everyones children have this jewel. Petrees business is Atlantic Warriors, which teaches personal security to companies and organizations and mentors troubled youth. He said that experience works hand-in-glove with the need for security in Nassau County schools. School safety is number one. If you cant be safe, you cant teach math, you cant do anything else, he said. This is my wheelhouse. My profession is public safety and personal safety. We go in corporations and train their staff on how to protect themselves. Little did I know in 2016, when I was running for election, that now its one of the most important skill sets and knowledge bases that I have to bring to the School Board. Added security for schools costs money, and Petree said he took a trip to Washington, D.C. to discuss the need for more funding with Congressman John Rutherford, R-Fla., last November. I took myself and my kids up to see Congressman John Rutherford for the sole purpose of saying we do not have enough funding to provide a school resource officer at every one of the Nassau County district schools, Petree said. All we have is ad valorem taxes, which go into the general fund. Then, out of that, we reimburse, at 75 percent, the county. I went to the county-level officials, the state-level officials (who said) theres no way to do it. So, I said Im going to go all the way to the top. I made an appointment, sat down in (Rutherfords) office, and we discussed this. Him being a former sheriff of Jacksonville, he understood, he got it. So, immediately, one of his staff looked for federal grants that were available. Seeing none, they decided to create their own bill. Petree said the resulting Stop School Violence Act of 2018 would provide matching funds at the 75 percent level. Every dollar we get from the state of Florida, then we get 75 cents, Petree said, describing the bill. One person can make a difference. Now we have two sources of funding where before we had zero. The cool thing is that funding starts in 2019 and is slated to go all the way out to 2028, so every single year we can get that. As long as the state keeps giving us money, then the (federal government) will match that. Another aspect of school safety is the traffic around Nassau County schools. Petree said it was brought to his attention that there was a need for traffic signals at Callahan Intermediate School, an issue he brought to the table at a joint meeting of the NCSB and the Board of County Commissioners. I was spearheading the efforts, put it on everyones radar screen, that there were no flashing caution lights at the CES school zone, and that it was a public safety hazard, Petree said. Im very happy that the BOCC they listened they voted and approved funding for the caution lights. I was really happy that they were so responsive and listened to me on that. I followed up throughout the months. I talked to road and bridges and engineering and they were done within eight months. Petree grew up with family in the educational system. He said that experience gives him a perspective on how hard teachers work and the need of the School Board to protect their interests. How do I put that to work for the School Board? After getting sworn in, the very first act we had was a legislative priorities meeting, as we do each year. The first one we had, I spearheaded the idea that the School Board should show our teachers that we are on their side, that we have their backs, by protecting their participation in the Florida Retirement System instead of just being shoved into a 401(k) situation. The reason thats important is that some other states have been proposing and making their employees go away from a retirement system into only a 401(k) rfntfbbr PetreePETREE Continued on 5AtTo sustain the natural environment that Amelia Islands residents enjoy as well the tourist-centric economy that employs many here, the Amelia Tree Conservancy is working on four issues that are coming to a head. We are making good progress to conserve land on Amelia Island to avoid total loss of the canopy that provides so many benefits for us and to retain an environment that will support a high quality of life, explained Margaret Kirkland, the ATCs chairwoman. A land conservation program is being established by Fernandina Beach, with the City Commission in the process of approving an ordinance that will set up a funding mechanism for the acquisition of sensitive land. Approved on first reading, the ordinance was scheduled for a second reading on June 19. As moneys are identified, they will be earmarked for the Land Conservation Fund. A city fund alone will not suffice to acquire the land needed to maintain canopy. On other barrier islands that have been successful in this effort, like Nantucket, Marthas Vineyard, and St. Simons Island, multiple entities local municipal governments, small nonprofits and land trusts have all worked together to organize and fund this effort, according to Kirkland. tfbbfbrfbt t A representative of the Amelia Tree Conservancy group speaks with young attendees at the recent Wild Amelia Nature Festival.R.M. WEINTRAUB/ SPECIAL bff fftf bf bfAccording to a news release from Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper, early Friday morning there were several auto burglaries reported in the Hickory Village and North Hampton subdivisions in the Yulee area. A total of 15 unlocked vehicles had been rummaged through and a few items stolen. One of the victims returned home around 2 a.m. and observed the inside light of her car on and also saw a person running through her yard, according to the release. A Nassau County Sheriffs Office deputy responded and observed a suspicious silver Honda vehicle leaving the North Hampton area around 2:30 a.m. The vehicle was stopped, and as the deputy approached the vehicle, he reported he could smell an odor of burnt marijuana coming from inside the BURGLARIES Continued on 6A TREES Continued on 3A Tests by the St. Marys Riverkeeper at three different places along Egans Creek have again shown elevated levels of E. coli. Although no source of the contamination has been identified, the Nassau County Department of Health is asking the public to help them identify any sewage issues that may have allowed the bacteria into local waterways. The readings for the June testing of local waters taken by volunteers working for St. Marys Riverkeeper Rick Frey show levels for most testing areas listed as good, but seven out of 34 of the sites were determined to be of fair or poor quality. Egans Creek had elevated levels of E. coli last year, but those levels came back down into the good range later in the year. The maximum acceptable level for E. coli, short for Escherichia coli bacteria, is 235 colony-forming units (cfu) per 100 milliliters of fluid, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The levels of E. coli reportedly found in the June tests was 400 cfu in Egans Creek at Atlantic Avenue; 1,933 cfu near the mouth of Egans Creek at the Amelia River; and 2,567 cfu in Egans Creek just north of Sadler Road, in the Greenway. An additional test at rfntb ffnfJULIA ROBERTS/NEWS-LEADERThe maximum acceptable level for E. coli, short for Escherichia coli bacteria, is 235 colony-forming units (cfu) per 100 milliliters of fluid, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The level of E. coli found in a June test by volunteers working for the St. Marys Riverkeeper was reportedly 400 cfu in Egans Creek at Atlantic Avenue. E. coli contamination can be caused by faulty septic and sewer systems. The Florida Department of Health in Nassau County is asking the public to notify them of any suspected issues with sewage. TESTS Continued on 5A Leeper 24 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LIFE Donate at www.nassaucountycoa.orgN NAss SS AU COUN N TY COUN N CIL ON N AGIN N G July 4 September 3 September 4 Senior expo and Health Fair, Atlantic Recreation Center, Fernandina Beach October 19 Gala at the Omni, Amelia Island Plantation Late October The Event at 1901 (Grand Opening) Senior Lunch Outing The Galley Bar & Grill April 12 Volunteer Luncheon Catered by Beach Diner April 26 Shrimp Festival Parade May 4 The Sandbar Kitchen May 10 NCCOA Fernandina Beach & Hilliard Lunch Outing rrt r NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 1 6/19/18 4:21 PM

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U r NEWS DEADLINES Community News: Wednesday, Noon Letters to the editor: Monday, 5 p.m., Wednesday, 5 p.m. Church Notes: Tuesday, 5 p.m. People and Places: Wednesday, 3 p.m. AD DEADLINES . .................. WEDNESDAY EDITION . ........ FRIDAY EDITION Classified Ads: .................. Monday, 5:00 p.m.* . ................ Wednesday, 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 will be Friday at 5 p.m. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES In Nassau County: $41.99 Out of Nassau County: $71.99rrfrntbt btbt ff rnrf ntbrbThe News-Leader is published every Wednesday and Friday by The Fernandina Beach News-Leader, 511 Ash Street, P.O. Box 16766, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. Periodicals postage paid at Fernandina Beach, Fla. (USPS 189-900) ISSN# 0163-4011. 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, FL 32035. The News-Leader 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 typographi cal 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. B&B Monuments Donna Byrd (904) 277-2742 474418 S.R. 200 State Licensed Monument Cleaning, Raising, Engraving and Bronze Renishing 904-261-8783 MEMORIALS rfntbftbThe Nassau County Council on Aging will hold the of its ongoing Caregivers Support Group series meetings 2:30-4:30 p.m. Thursday, June 21, at its 1367 S. 18th St. in Fernandina Beach (across from Baptist Medical Center Nassau). This will be a full support ses sion (no guest speaker). It is free and open to meets the third Thursday of each month. For more information, call 261-0701, ext. 113. bfbA spaghetti dinner fundraiser for Jeffrey Rowland will be held 6-8 p.m. June 21 at Ms. with out-of-pocket costs. Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door. To by tickets in advance, call Jono Reid at 556-6767.tbfrbSt. Francis of Assisi Catholic Mission at 86000 St. Francis Way in Yulee will hold a blood drive from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, June 24. All donors will receive a free OneBlood T-shirt and a wellness checkup that includes blood pressure, temperature, iron count, pulse and cholesterol screenings. Sign up online at oneblooddonor.org and use sponsor code 34851. Walk-ins are always welcome.btftnbThe Nassau County Chamber of 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, June 26, at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club, will feature Amelia Island Convention and Visitors Bureau President and CEO Gil Langley as the guest speaker. He will discuss how tourism affects Nassau County, where tourists come from and why they decide to visit Amelia Island. The event is $20 for members and $40 for prospec tive members. Advanced registration and prepayment are preferred. For information visit nassaucountyflchamber.com or call 261-3248. brbtbCan you help people adapt to a hearingimpaired world? Nassau County Volunteer Center is looking for a hearing loss support schedule meetings and speakers, update social media, and participate in traditional marketing work, facilitation, hearing or audiology back ground. If you fit the bill, go to volunteernassau. org and volunteer.bftThe UF/IFAS Nassau County Extension Service is offering weekly individual consulta tions at the Barnabas Center, located at 1303 Jasmine St. in Fernandina Beach, for Medicare beneficiaries. If you will be new to Medicare, drug costs, Medicare monthly premium, deduct ibles and copays, call Meg McAlpine at 5306359 to schedule your private appointment. Appointments are being scheduled on Fridays, beginning today and continuing through June 22, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. fbftfb holding its 15th annual fundraiser for the local Community Hospice. This year, the company will hold a silent auction that will include items and services donated by local hotels, golf courses, restaurants, the Jacksonville Jaguars, tinue through June 30. Items may be viewed at magnasalon.com and at the salon, located at 103 Centre St. Donations are also welcome. Checks should be made payable to Community Hospice and Palliative Care and can be mailed were recognized in 2017 with the National Philanthropy Award for Small Business.tfftntbfA diabetes support group for those with Type 1 or 2 diabetes meets every Thursday at 11 a.m. on the second floor of the MCCI build ing located at 449621 U.S. 301 in Callahan. Varying topics are presented with informal sup port and discussion. A registered dietitian and a mental health counselor will facilitate some ses sions. Today, participants will prepare a healthy meal to take home and cook. For more informa tion and to register, contact Melanie Hadden at 507-2692.There is no cost to attend.fftftA free support group for survivors of sexual assault meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at Family Support Services in Yulee. For more information, contact Lori Armstrong at 716-5390 or larm strong@womenscenterofjax.org.fbbnfVisit neflaa.org/wiktor/meetings or call 904399-8535.btfntftnbtHealing Hearts is a local support group for those who have lost a spouse. The group meets twice a month on the second Monday at 11:30 a.m. for lunch at the Marina Restaurant and again on the fourth Monday at 6 p.m. for dinner at the Marina Restaurant. For more information, contact Mary Mercer at 415-1881 or Joni Reid at 556-6767.btThe Nassau Volunteer Center has a new service for volunteers. Go to volunteernas sau.org and click on Volunteer or Get Connected. This simple to use free tool allows you to tell agencies what skills and interests you have while allowing the agencies to find suitable volunteers. This one stop registers you for dozens of agencies in Nassau County. For information, call 261-2771.fttbffttfDo you ever have the need to visit the Nassau County School District administra tion office located at 1201 Atlantic Avenue in Fernandina Beach? Do you find yourself driv ing 20 plus miles to get there? Is it a trip that takes you more than an hour these days? The Nassau County School District now has two satellite offices. The westside location is at 45021 Third Ave. in Callahan and the Yulee location is at 86207 Felmore Road in Yulee. The offices will provide a place for parent meet ings, employee meetings, staff meetings, and schedule a meeting,call 491-9900.tnbtbfA documentary film maker has put out a call for Vietnam-era POWs. Thuy Diem, whose father was in the South Vietnamese Army, is producing The Unforgotten Her father was captured and escaped during the war before finally coming to the United States. Veterans who would like to share their wartime POW experience can contact Diem at aspotbellypig@ gmail.com.btbNHS Second Chance Resale Store and its sister clothing store, NHS Second Chance Closet, are looking to grow their team of volun teers in all areas. If you have a few hours a week to spare and enjoy meeting and working with other animal lovers in a fun atmosphere, pick up a volunteer application at Second Chance, located in the Eight Flags Shopping Center on South 14th Street or go online to Nassauhumanesociety. com and click on Volunteer. For information, call 321-0022.Amelia Residents in Action for the Symphony sponsors a program each January and February that visits all fourth grade classes in Nassau County with 40 orchestral instru students with how to properly hold and play each instrument. To be able to reach all Nassau County students, ARIAS needs volun To volunteer, contact Susan Kosciulek at 5480227 or Barbara Zacheis at 321-5639.frrMary Elizabeth Bennett, 88, of Fernandina Beach, Fla., passed away Monday, June 11, 2018, at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville, Fla. She was born August 4, 1929, in Jacksonville to the late Joseph Lemuel Stephens and Ellen Susan Westberry. She gradu ated from Andrew Jackson High School in 1947. After marrying Daniel Griffin Bennett, the young couple moved in 1952 to Fernandina Beach, Fla. and raised their family. She was employed by Terminal Paper Bag as a machine operator for many years before retiring. Mary was a Christian lady who loved the Lord and always said that her family was her blessing. She was a longtime member of Springhill Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Daniel Griffin Bennett, in 1995; her son, Danny Bennett, in 1972; and her sister and brotherin-law, Helen and Lindy Scott of Fernandina Beach. She leaves behind her two daughters, Danelle (Larry) Morris and Helen (Leon) Crist, both of Fernandina Beach; grandchildren, Honey (Glenn) Atkins of Jacksonville, Jenny (Roy) Kingery-Hall of Fernandina Beach, Danny (David Blocker) Crist of Fernandina Beach, and Bennett Crist of Jacksonville; greatgrand children, Daniel, Madison, Andrew, Jaydan, Braelyn, and Sky; brother, Joseph Peanut (Ann) Stephens of Yulee, Fla.; sisters, Shirley (Allen) Kirkland of Callahan, Fla., and Pat Forbes of Thompson, Ga. Mary was expecting her first great-greatgrandson, Rhett, this coming August. She also leaves behind her beloved greatgrand dogs, Shorty, Pup Pup, and Shelby. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Thursday, June 14, 2018, at Springhill Baptist Church. The family received friends from 10 a.m. until the hour of service at the church. She was laid to rest in Springhill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Springhill Baptist Church in memory of Mary would be greatly appreciated. Please share your memories and condolences at www.oxleyheard.com.btrCarl Edward Lee, of Fernandina Beach, Fla., born November 29, 1933, in Winokus, Ga., passed away at age 84 on June 15, 2018, peacefully in his home. From 1952 to 1953, Carl served in the Air Force, and he also dedicated his career working at Container Corporation for 29 years until he retired in 2008. Carl was the beloved husband of Lela Mae. He was preceded in death by his son, Kimberly Edward Lee, and daughter, Sherry Lee Barger. Carl is survived by his daughter, Deborah Lee Pierce; stepson, David Bennett; and grandchildren, Christopher Bennett, Melissa Barger, Kelley Dickinson, Jason Lee, Christopher Lee, and Stephanie Morgan. Memories of a loving husband, father and grandfather will live in our hearts forever. The family received friends 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, June 19, 2018, at the funeral home. Funeral ser vices were held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, June 20, 2018. Interment followed at Riverside Memorial Park. Hardage-Giddens, Riverside Memorial Park & Funeral HomefnJoy Kimble McCabe passed away peacefully Friday, June 15, 2018, at Community Hospice & Palliative Cares Warner Center for Caring in Fernandina Beach, Fla. She was born September 24, 1938 to Alice and Joe Kimble. She grew up in Mt. Holly, N.J. with her parents and brother, Jerry, who is five years her junior. She was a cheerleader throughout high school. Her family went every Sunday to Sacred Heart Catholic Church, where her father was an usher and where Joy was honored in the Court of the May Queen, being crowned May Queen as a junior in high school. Joy went on to graduate from Cabrini College in Radner, Pa. She took a job with the Girl Scouts of America, where she was responsible for hir ing and training volunteers. She had been a Girl Scout in her youth. During her employment with the Girl Scouts, Joy met Bernard Bernie McCabe at the Bayview on Long Beach Island. There, they enjoyed a tradition of watching the sun go down, even standing on chairs to catch the last rays as the sun set beyond the horizon. After several years of dating, Joy and Bernie were married April 15, 1968, at Our Lady of Good Counsel in Moorestown, N.J. In 1972, they bought their first house in Riverton, N.J., having saved enough to pay half the total cost. In the early 1970s, Joy began a career at RCA in Camden, N.J., working in human resources at the Aerospace Center. While the names and corporate logos on her business cards changed throughout the years with mergers and buy outs, Joy continued in human resources for General Electric, Lockheed Martin and Martin Marietta. Joys loyalty to her work persisted not only through the changes of company names but also through the changes in location. When Joy was transferred to Bethesda, Md. in the early 1990s, she went. Joy insisted she be allowed to travel from New Jersey because she was caring for her aging mother. She would board the train on Mondays and return on Fridays. Joy often gravitated to the beach over her lifetime. Beginning in the 1960s, she would spend any available time at Long Beach Island, a tradi tion she and Bernie continued over the course of their marriage. They even bought a house on Long Beach Island in 1980. When Joy retired in 1997, she and Bernie built a house and moved permanently to Amelia Island, Fla. For over 20 years they enjoyed living on Amelia Island and became part of that com munity. Joy used her wealth of corporate experience to help out on several boards. Her work on the Hospital Auxiliary Board, with the Amelia Island Museum of History, and with Micahs Place was something she felt strongly about. She felt deeply the work was important and hoped her efforts honored their individual causes. After battling breast cancer successfully in 1997, Joy was affected again in 2010 but more severely. She kept up a noble and deter mined fight against the cancer for eight long years. Joy is survived by her husband of 50 years, Bernie; her brother, Jerry Kimble and wife Bunny; her niece and nephew, Shell and Jeremy; a sister-in-law, Joan Rossler; and many extended family members and friends. A service celebrating Joys life will be announced at a time in the near future. Please share your memories and condolences at www.oxleyheard.com.btrffnWilliam Bertram McCaull Jr., 65, of Fernandina Beach, Fla., passed away Wednesday, June 13, 2018, at Quality Healthcare. He was born August 12, 1952, in Chelsea, Mass., to the late William B. and Mary A. (McNally) McCaull. In 1974, he married his high school sweet heart, the former Christine A. Stroud, and they settled in Gayles Ferry, Conn. In the early 1980s, the family moved to Warwick, R.I. The family then moved to Fernandina Beach in 1987, when he secured a position in General Dynamics at Kings Bay Submarine Base in St. Marys, Ga. His daughter remembers him as a protective and loving father who enjoyed coaching his sons youth baseball team. In his spare time he loved watching NASCAR and enjoyed anything to do with classic cars. He was preceded in death by his wife of 38 years, Christine A. McCaull, who passed away in 2012; and son, Brian David McCaull, who passed away in 2002. He leaves behind his daughter, Dana McCaull of Fernandina Beach; grandchildren, Ian Cline, Lucy Cline, and Kallin Cline, all of Fernandina Beach, and Alexis McCaull and Skylee Freeman, both of Yulee, Fla.; brothers, Richard McCaull of Middletown, R.I., and Robert McCaull of Portsmouth, R.I.; and sister, Marcia Rodrigues of Tiverton, R.I. There will be no local services at this time. Please share your memories and condolences at www.oxleyheard.com.btrffDavid S. Miller, 46, of Yulee, Fla., passed away June 12, 2018 at Community Hospice & Palliative Cares Warner Center for Caring in Fernandina Beach, Fla. Born October 17, 1971 in Detroit, Mich., David was a son of Robert Miller and Elizabeth McKendree. After high school, he worked in the automobile industry in Detroit until moving to Yulee in 1991. His love of music manifested itself in his working in various venues as a musician. He was known for his willingness to lend a helping hand, no matter the project. He was kind, witty, funny, and loved all sorts of animals. His family will remember him being a devoted husband and loving father. He is survived by his wife of 16 years, Laureen Miller; his two sons, Christopher and David Miller; his mother, Elizabeth McKendree of Yulee; his step-daughters, April Courtney and her husband, Bryan, of Jacksonville, Fla., and Rachel McNally and her fianc, Carlos Jackson, of Neptune Beach, Fla.; his father, Robert Miller of Yulee; his brother, Michael Miller of Yulee; and two sisters, Lorrie Miller and Patty Miller, both of Fernandina Beach. A small family service is planned at a later date. Please share your memories and condolences at www.oxleyheard.com.btrLeland E. Baker, 56, passed away Saturday, June 16, 2018.btrDorothy Marie Lasker, 83, of Fernandina Beach, Fla., passed away Sunday, June 17, 2018.btr NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 2 6/19/18 3:51 PM

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277-3942CFC 1426558 FL CFC 057478GA MPR 006661474390 E. S.R. 200 Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 DEERTRACKS As a child my parents always took me to Fernandina Beach. We would spend time driving on the beach, having picnics, walking, shing, swimming and hunting for sharks teeth, having family reunions, weddings and of course the sun rise and setting. Today, at 74, I still love the beach and have shared that love with my wife,sons and their families. Our beach is Gods gift and owned by no man. Come by the coffee is on. Your ONE CALL FULL SERVICE PLUMBING COMPANY. 24/7 Emergency service, repair, remodel, replace, re-pipe or new construction for residential,commercial or industrial needs. Showroom and counter sales open for you. Call, come by or email daveturnerplumbing@comcast.net. Like us on FACEBOOK! Come join our neighborhood. Unit 300 is ready for you to lease. Call Andrea 904-468-0430. DEERWALK TWINE AND TWIGTassles, Shells and Oysters! This Necklace is designed with a natural horsehair tassel, globally sourced beads and tied onto their signature branded suede strap. Shop This and All Our beautiful selection of necklaces and bracelets from Twine and Twig! rfntbfnt rfntbfrrrfrrn tfrfrbfr fffrnn*The Annual Percentage Yield (APY) of 2.25% APY is available for 13-month (Certicates of Deposit) CDs. APY is accurate as of 6/8/18. This is a limited-time offer which may be discontinued at any time. APY applies to initial term only. CD automatically renews for another 13-month term at rates in effect at that time. Interest compounded daily. Penalty for early withdrawal. Fees could reduce earnings. Other rates and terms are available. See bank for details. Rates not available for collateralized deposits. All accounts subject to approval. Synovus Bank, Member FDIC. 2.25%APY*To obtain the promotional annual percentage yield (APY) listed above, a minimum opening deposit of $10,000 in new funds not currently on deposit with Synovus Bank is required. Consumer customers must have an existing checking account or establish a Preferred Checking account. Business and Commercial Customers must have an existing checking account or establish a new Preferred Business Checking or Commercial Checking account. ATC has identified a number of sensitive properties, both large and small, that should be conserved to maintain the islands tree canopy, Kirkland said. The areas include parts of the Amelia Island Parkway, the A1A Scenic Highway, Egans Creek south of Sadler Road, the secondary dunes, the wetlands south of Franklin Street, and an airport buffer, she explained. A city arborist an urban forester is to be hired by the city in the near future as a result of the work of the ATC and other local environmentalists, which included the position description and rationale. A professional arborist, one certified by the International Society of Arboriculture, will have the responsibility of reviewing tree removal and building permits, and overseeing proper pruning of city trees to remove broken, dead, weak or diseased limbs to reduce stress on trees. The arborist would also assure the right trees are planted in the proper place. Loss of trees can be expensive in terms of lost property value and higher energy costs; replacing trees can also be quite expensive, Kirkland pointed out. The ATC is also working with the City Commission to establish a tree commission that would provide volunteer support to the city arborist. We have a number of knowledgeable people in the community who can offer their time to the city at no cost, thus increasing the work that the arborist can achieve, Kirkland said. The ATC is working with other environmentalists on a major revision of the city ordinance. Improvements to the county tree protection ordinance are moving toward completion. The countys Planning & Zoning Board formed a working group, including ATC representatives, that created a revision to the current tree protection and replacement ordinance that was approved in mid-May. The Board of County Commissioners took up the ordinance at a hearing on June 11, with a second hearing to be held July 9. We will need community support for this new legislation, Kirkland said. ATC was formed in 2013 as a community response to the destruction of the live oaks at the intersection of South Fletcher Avenue and First Coast Highway/A1A. Lyn Pannone spearheaded the tree protection effort. A primary objective of the organization, which now has more than 300 members, has been to raise community awareness of the importance of the tree canopy and the need to maintain it. We still have remnants of a maritime forest, among the few examples left in the Southeast, Kirkland said, pointing out a number of benefits provided by a maritime forest: Trees mediate climate as they can cool a city up to 10 degrees Fahrenheit by shading homes and streets and releasing water vapor into the air. Trees mitigate storm flood damage by retaining rain in their leaves and root systems. The fewer trees we have, the greater the needed investment in infrastructure. Trees properly placed around buildings can reduce air conditioning needs by 30 percent and save 20 percent in energy used for heating. Trees serve as habitat for animals and plants. Trees absorb CO2 and release oxygen. During a year, a mature tree will absorb more than 48 pounds of carbon from the atmosphere. Trees clean our air by removing pollutants from the air. Forested watersheds also provide quality drinking water. Trees contribute to our economy by maintaining property values and by attracting visitors and new residents. ATC is seeking to raise funds for land acquisition, planting and education. For more information, go to ameliatreeconservancy.org.Continued from 1A rf rAll work has come to a halt on a new 103-room Home2 Suites by Hilton hotel at 2246 Sadler Road after Nassau County issued a stop work order this month because of a tree protection plan violation that project engineer Daniel McCranie termed a horrible mistake that no one wanted to happen. The stop work order issued by the county cites: Violation of tree protection plan that was accepted by Nassau County (via site plan) SP17-013 Amelia Island Hotel, made effective October 31, 2017 in accordance with Article 37, Sections 37.02 of the Land Development Code. ... Removal and/or damage of protected trees without authorization. Work at the more than 3-acre site cannot resume until the case is heard at the countys Code Enforcement Board meeting July 10. The case was on the agenda for that boards meeting June 12 but the meeting was cancelled for lack of a quorum. McCranie, vice president and lead design engineer for McCranie & Associates, Inc., of Fernandina Beach, told the NewsLeader, It is one of those situations everyone would rather not be involved with. We designed the hotel around these trees. No one wanted the trees gone. McCranie explained that A.J. Johns Construction of Jacksonville, which is handling site land work, thought all of the trees that were supposed to be preserved had been flagged before they called in their tree removal crew. Everything that was flagged was saved, McCranie said. But not all of the trees that were to have been saved had been flagged before the removal process began. Its just a shame, he added. Director of the Nassau County Department of Planning and Economic Opportunity Taco Pope sent a letter to the hotel development company, Fernandina Investment, LLC, of Columbia, S.C., that violations included unauthorized tree removal, depositing of soils and other materials within the defined tree protection zones and improperly located tree protection barricades. In the letter, Pope identified five trees removed without authorization resulting in a loss of 103.75 inches DBH (Diameter at Breast Height) credited toward the tree protection requirements of the site. The letter indicated several locations where excavation has taken place within the required tree protection zone utilizing a methodology, likely excavated with a backhoe, which ripped the root structures as opposed to utilizing a clean cut methodology. Pope listed for the NewsLeader the following sequence of events related to the project: October 31, 2017, via site plan SP17-013, Nassau County approved a tree protection plan for the Amelia Island hotel site development project in accordance with Article 37, Section 37.02 of the Nassau County Land Development Code. May 29, a citizen complaint was received by the Nassau County Code Enforcement Department alleging a violation of the approved tree protection plan associated with the Amelia Island hotel project. May 30, PEO staff accompanied Code Enforcement Officer Michael Favors to investigate the complaint and perform an inspection of the ongoing site development project in relation to tree protection.PEG DAVIS/NEWS-LEADERAn error in marking, or not marking, the trees to be preserved versus trees to be cut at the site of a new hotel on Sadler Road resulted in five trees removed without authorization resulting in a loss of 103.75 inches DBH (Diameter at Breast Height) credited toward the tree protection requirements of the site, according to the county. The developer has agreed to replace the removed trees with 23 six-inch magnolia or oak trees.rfntrfbrnf MISTAKE Continued on 8A NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 3 6/19/18 4:24 PM

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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO CONSIDER ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Nas sau County, Florida, at a Special Set meeting to be held on ursday, the 21st day of June, 2018 at 6:00 P.M., or as soon thereaer as the matter may be heard, in the Commission Chambers, located at the James S. Page Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee, Florida, intends to consider for adoption the following proposed ordinance: ORDINANCE 2018-_____ AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF NAS SAU COUNTY, FLORIDA, RECOGNIZING THE RIGHT OF CUSTOMARY USE OF THE BEACH BY THE PUBLIC SUBJECT TO LIMITATIONS; PROVIDING FOR FINDINGS; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION AND SCRIVENER ER RORS; PROVIDING FOR JUDICIAL REVIEW AND SEVERABILITY; PROVID ING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Copies of the Ordinance are available at the Clerks Oce at the Robert M. Foster Justice Center, located at 76347 Veterans Way, Yulee, Florida, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m., except legal holidays. THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO BE PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A PER SON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD, AGENCY OR COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH MEETING OR HEARING, HE OR SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF THE PROCEEDINGS, AND THAT, FOR SUCH PURPOSE, HE OR SHE 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. e Board of County Commissioners may continue hearings on this matter. ATTEST: BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA /s/ JOHN A. CRAWFORD BY:/s/ PAT EDWARDS Its: Ex-Ocio Clerk Its: Chairman Individuals with disabilities needing a reasonable accommodation to participate in this proceeding should contact the Oce of the Ex-Ocio Clerk to the Board of County Commissioners at least two days prior to the proceeding at (904) 548-4660, or, if the hearing impaired, Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8770 (v) or 1-800-9558771(TDD) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY COMMISSION CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, July 3, 2018, at 6:00 PM in the City Commission Chambers, 204 Ash Street Fernandina Beach, Florida to consider the following application: ORDINANCE 2018-07 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING THE AMELIA PARK planned unit development overlay designating A PARCEL of land TOTALING 4.42 ACRES LOCATED ON LAKE PARK DRIVE under the t1, t3, t4, and CIVIC SPACE RESERVATION transects; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advisability of any action, which may be considered. Any persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or activity should contact 310-3115, TTY/TDD 711 or through the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8771 at least 24 hours in advance to request such accommodation. IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD/COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL 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. For information, please contact the Staff of the City Clerks Office, 204 Ash Street, between the hours of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, (904) 310-3115. Starting a small business takes time, hard work, and money. Depending on your type of business and your pres ent financial situation, you may find you need to reach to outside sources for funding. One resource you can turn to for assistance in obtaining a loan to start or grow your busi ness is the United States Small Business Administration (SBA). While the SBA does not directly lend money to small businesses, it can facilitate loans with third party lenders. Various banks, credit unions, community devel opment organizations, and micro lending institutions throughout the U.S. partner with the SBA to provide funding to small businesses without access to other financing options with reasonable terms. SBA sets specific guidelines for loans, which are made by its partners, and it guarantees that theyll be repaid by the borrow ers. This benefits small business owners by giving them access to much-needed funding, and it eliminates some of the risk to the lending partners. To qualify for an SBA loan, your business must meet certain criteria regarding business size, financial standing, and others. You must also meet the credit qualifications of the lender. Several advantages of SBA loans over conventional loans include: Lower down payments Longer repayment terms Two SBA loan programs that benefit many small businesses are: 7(a) loan program, www. sba.gov/7a-loan-program: These loans can be used for various pur poses (such as satisfying shortterm or long-term working capital needs; purchasing equipment, machinery, and supplies; buying real estate; refinancing existing debt; and more). Microloan program, www. sba.gov/content/microloan-pro gram: This program provides loans up to $50,000 to help busi nesses with lower-dollar financing needs. According to the SBA, the average microloan is approxi mately $13,000. You may not use microloans to pay existing debt, but you can use them for working capital and purchasing inventory, supplies, furniture, equipment, machinery, etc. There are other SBA loan programs as well. For informa tion about them, visit the SBA websites Loan Programs page at www.sba.gov/loanprograms. You can also find more details about obtaining financing for both start-ups and existing small busi nesses on the SBA websites Borrowing Money For Your Business page, www.sba.gov/ content/borrowing-money. If you want to explore more potential sources of financing for your business, check out the SBAs Loans and Grants web site page at www.sba.gov/loansgrants. Consider reaching out to your local SCORE Chapter to speak with a mentor who can direct you to lending institutions and organi zations in your community. They can also help guide you as you prepare to approach lenders for funding. Since 1964, SCORE Mentors to Americas Small Business has helped more than 10 million aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners through men toring and business workshops. More than 11,000 volunteer business mentors in over 320 chapters serve their communities through entrepreneur education dedicated to the formation, growth and success of small businesses. For more information about starting or operating a small business, contact Hugh McLean hugh.mclean@ scorevolunteer.org or David Kasun david.kasun@scorevolunteer.org Visit SCORE at www.jacksonville. score.org.SUBMITTED State Sen. Aaron Bean, R-Fernandina Beach, presents a $2 million check to Nassau County Ocean Highway and Port Authority Chairman Adam Salzburg and OHPA commissioners. During the 2018 Legislative Session, Bean and State Rep. Cord Byrd, R-Neptune Beach, worked diligently together to secure the $2 million in state funding for the Port of Fernandina for a new multipurpose dock crane.So what makes a great team? For me, it is the parties complementing each other so well that one and one makes three. That was always Nick and Iris Nicholson. You could never think of one and not the other. When we first moved to Amelia Island, Nick and Iris represented what made it a great place to live. Judith became close to Iris, who as one of the founders of Micahs Place got Judith deeply involved. I became friendly with Nick, who got you into the right golf group probably so you would contribute to Micahs Place. We all knew and appreciated Nick and Iris as they counseled us on what you should do to be happy on Amelia Island. Nick and Iris did most important things together. They met in 1954 at the University of Georgia in Nicks junior year. After graduation, they married and as Nick says, We went into the military service. Of course, only Nick joined but in his mind they did it all together. Nick first thought they were going to Germany, but they ended up at Fort Gordon in Georgia. After two years, term up, Nick left and thought he was going to join Proctor and Gamble as a sales rep. However, he saw a blind ad to sell life insurance, which interested him. His father told Nick not to bother. Iris disagreed. He replied, got a favorable response, and so they went on the interview. They found out The Equitable was looking for life insurance salespeople in Atlanta. After the interview, Iris advised this was the job for them and Nick never looked back. Nick loved selling, so even when he was promoted, first to manager, then VP of new operations, and then head of a new agency, Nick insisted he would only do it if he could keep selling. By 1993, Nick and Iris with two grown children Butch and Kim and grandchildren, decided it was time to move on. Having visited Amelia Island over the years to see the Georgia-Florida football game, they decided retiring here would be perfect. Iris and Nick became very involved in Amelia Islands nonprofit world. However, Iris (Muff to her family) took the lead. A major issue she heard was that women in Nassau County, who were victims of domestic violence, had no safe place of refuge for themselves or their children. She and some others decided to do something about it. They started Micahs Place in 1999 as the answer for victims of domestic violence. They incorporated it and registered it as 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization. By 2003, Micahs Place began offering outreach services, information and referrals via a 24-hour toll-free hotline. It also opened a 16-bed emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence. Since then, Micahs Place continued to grow and presently has 18 employees and over 300 dedicated volunteers. To many on the island, this is Iris legacy. As her daughter Kim Wilcox says, Muff was the definition of a Southern woman. She had a charming way of getting anybody and everybody to help out. She raised money for a number of good causes in addition to Micahs Place. However, Kim says, what made Muff effective was who she was. She loved to have fun but manners counted and she expected Kim to call her every Sunday. She could say more with the cut of her eyes than others with a long speech. And while always the Southern lady, she had a lot of advice for her kids and others: Smile on the outside and you will feel good on the inside. Even today, when Kim thinks life has become difficult, she remembers Muff saying, Kim, sometimes sweetheart, you just got to pull up your big girl panties and get the job done. They grew old but life was great. Nick, a tough competitor, loved golf. We still laugh about leaving the 18th hole at a number of golf courses and Nick advising our friend Charlie Albright, -4 Charlie, I win. Then, on February 7, 2016, Super Bowl Sunday, Nick was making drinks in the kitchen and he heard a thud. Iris had fallen and hit her head. She never woke up. She was 83. Nick is still carrying on, but he knows without Muff the team will never be the same. Amelia Island resident Howard Pines has more than 30 years experience as CEO, chairman and founder of BeamPines, a premier firm in the executive coaching business. He also co-founded the BeamPines/Middlesex University Masters Program in Executive Coaching. Prior to that, he served as senior VP of human resources for a Fortune 100 corporation. He is the author of The Case for Wasting Time and Other Management Heresies.rfnnt SUBMITTED Nick and Iris Nicholson bnn rfntbb NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 4 6/19/18 4:43 PM

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I wanted to be sure our teachers are taken care of, their retirement is taken care of, but not just the teachers the custodians, the operations and maintenance people, the non-instructional people, all of the employees of the Nassau County School District which is the largest employer in Nassau County. Petree said vocational education is an important, and often overlooked, aspect of education. In my opinion, we need to change the narrative that everyone needs to go to college, he said. In the last 25 years or so, the whole country has promoted college. One of the unintended consequences is that there is now a skilled labor shortage in the U.S. So, what we need to do is to promote vocational education as a first choice, not just an alternative to the college track. In the last year and a half, I have been working to promote throughout the county to get the word out to parents that, hey, if your children arent inclined to go to college, they have wonderful, lucrative opportunities in the skilled trades. People are saying they didnt know there was a machinist program at Hilliard Middle-Senior High School. Some of those high school graduates have jobs waiting for them when they get out as a machinist. Theres an agricultural program at Hilliard, building construction in West Nassau, at the Red Bean Center theres HVAC and electrical program, automotive program in YHS. One of our model programs is the HVAC and automotive program at the Red Bean Center in Yulee. One hundred percent in that program class of 2017 got jobs. That tells you something. Our job is to let folks know that they dont have to go to college and end up with tons of student loan debt thats really hard to repay, and maybe not even be able to get a job. Petree said, in addition to hours dedicated to his company and his family, he works everyday in his position as a School Board member. This isnt just punching the clock to me, he said. School Board isnt just two meetings a month. I do this every day, in some capacity, because its so important. The general election in Nassau County is Nov. 6. The deadline to register to vote is Oct. 9.Continued from 1AEscambia Slough, a marshy tributary of the Amelia River that bisects Escambia Street in north Fernandina Beach, resulted in a level of 2,233 cfu. Frey said he has forwarded the test results to the Department of Health. Michael Godwin, environmental manager with the Department of Health, said that department does not test the waters found to have high E. coli levels. However, the DOH does have jurisdiction over septic systems. Godwin asked that anyone who has reason to believe that there has been a septic or sewer system failure, whether in the Fernandina Beach city limits or in Nassau County, to contact that department at (904) 5579150. Godwin said septic failures can be spotted visually or by an odor. The DOH can then use that information to possibly deduce where E. coli is getting into the water. Frey told the News-Leader that warm water is the environment in which E. coli flourishes. Test results spike in the summer, Frey said. We had similar results last year. We gave those results to the Department of Health, who sent them to the state. Once those results were confirmed, we wanted to post signage, warning people not to be in the water or to let their pets in the water, and that the fish caught may have E. coli, but the Department of Health asked us to wait until they could find the source of the E. coli, but they couldnt confirm where it was coming from, so we couldnt post the signs. Frey said that E. coli itself does not make people sick, but is what is called an indicator species of bacteria. It indicates the presence of bacterial pathogens that can cause illness. As far as the source of the E. coli in Egans Creek, Frey said while that cannot be definitively determined, it could be from poorly maintained septic systems. My feeling is that human waste is getting into Egans in areas further south, he said. Especially in the older sections of Fernandina Beach and in Nassau County, where the sewer system and septic tanks are older. Frey explained that homes and businesses within city limits are required to be connected to the citys sewer system. Those that are not in the city limits, like some of the subdivisions south of Lime Street along Citrona Drive, have older septic tank systems, which, as they age, become more problematic. Fecal chloroform comes from mammals humans, cows, horses and wildlife, Frey said. But, we dont have a lot of horses or cows on the island. Frey said he does not know why there would be an elevated level of contamination at Escambia Slough, which is inside city limits, since homes in the area are required to be connected to the citys sewer system. He said he has contacted the city about the troublesome test results. The sources of pollution come in two categories point source, where a certain pipe or other source can be positively identified, and non-source pollution, where pollution is washing into a body of water by rain and other runoff, so it cannot be pinned to one source. Frey said he believes that is the case on Amelia Island. Frey said he would feel comfortable boating or kayaking in the creek but would advise against swimming or allowing pets in the water. Frey said public sewer systems and well-maintained septic systems are the key to preventing runoff containing E. coli from washing into waterways. He said the Riverkeeper was able to obtain some grants from the EPA for new septic systems in Camden County, Ga., when test results showed elevated E. coli levels there. Continued from 1A rrfA local organization called EmpowHER, a professional womens network, hosted State Attorney Melissa W. Nelson at a recent luncheon at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club. Nelson, the state attorney for Floridas Fourth Judicial Circuit, was the fourth in a series of speakers hosted by the group thus far. The State Attorneys Office is responsible for the prosecution of all crimes committed in Duval, Clay and Nassau counties and is tasked with cases across the full spectrum of criminal activity including murder and violent crimes, sexual assault, domestic violence and child abuse, property crimes, drug trafficking, public corruption, racketeering, and impaired driving. Nelson leads a group of more than 100 attorneys and 200 staff members. Nelsons biography on the website of the SAO says she is recognized for her ethics, integrity, professionalism, and collegiality and was recently inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers. She is a member of the Chester Bedell Inn of Court, the Jacksonville Womens Lawyers Association, and previously served on the Judicial Nominating Commission for the Fourth Judicial Circuit. Nelson took office on Jan. 3, 2017 after a campaign in which she ran against her former boss. Nelson started her presentation discussing how different the counties of Clay, Duval and Nassau are, and mentioned the current open case of Joleen Rebecca Cummings here in Nassau County. The womans disappearance more than a month ago has rocked the community. Nelson contrasted the Cummings case in Nassau County with Duval County having had eight homicides in the week before her talk, pointing out that each county has a different set of criminal issues. She also expressed her gratitude to a few teachers and mentors along the way, including local attorney and judge Doc Burgess. Nelson grew up in Florida. Her father was a career law enforcement official and she earned both her undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Florida. When I was in law school, I got the trial bug, says Nelson. She enjoyed the verbal sparring that being successful in that role requires. But life changed and she decided to go into private practice. A firm in Jacksonville took a chance on her as she describes it, a chance to reinvent herself, and she did. But she admits there were fntbn tnNELSON Continued on 8A EARLY CLASSIFIED DEADLINES rf ntbrf Independence Day Holiday trf n ntrf NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 5 6/19/18 4:28 PM

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Knight Minor PearsonHo-Sang Farley News-Leader Guide To Nassau 2017 2Nassau County HISTORYNassau County, established Dec. 29, 1824, is a 649-square-mile area in the most northeast section of Florida, adjacent to the state line. Some say the county is named for the main island of the Bahama chain because of the large number of Bahamians that were among its early settlers, while others say it was named for the Duchy of Nassau in Germany. Nassau was the 10th county formed of 67 in the state of Florida. Gen. James Oglethorpe of Great Britain gave Amelia Island its name in honor of Princess Amelia, the daughter of King George II. Fernandina Beach was named in honor of King Ferdinand VII of Spain. COUNTY LIMITSThe St. Marys River serves as the Florida-Georgia border and forms the western and northern border for the county. Nassau County is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Duval County, Baker County and Georgia. Nassau County offers a diversity of landscapes from rural, wooded areas to beaches and bodies of water ranging from secluded rivers and bays to the Atlantic Ocean. The county of nearly 80,000 residents borders Georgia to the north and Duval County, Fla., to the south. Fernandina Beach is the most populated area. Old Yulee Rd. Middle White Rd. Baldwin and George Rd. 90Hero Gross Hilliard Yulee Callahan Crawford A1A Duval County8 milesGa. Nassau County 17 1 23 301 10 95NaSt. Atlantic Ocean Fernandina BeachCrawfordA1A 2 108 One columnFont usageHelvetica regular and bold 92% horizontal scale for roads and towns Helvetica Oblique 92% horizontal scale for oceans rivers and lakesColor palateGreen 1: 49% cyan, 13% magenta, 65% yellow Green 2: 34% cyan, 13% magenta, 29% yellow Tan: 11% magenta, 38% yellow Blue: 100% cyan, 70% magenta, 10% black Pointers Symbols Road signs Amelia Island Plantation Ritz CarltonBeech St. LimeAmelea Rd.Sadler Rd. 105One columnAtlantic Ave. American Beach Point Main BeachSadler Rd.Fernandina BeachAtlantic OceanIntracoastal Waterway 105 A1A A1AFort Clinch State Park 6th St.N. 14th St.S. Fletcher/First Coast Hwy.S. 14th St.Old Town Golf Club Amelia City City boat ramp Hospital Nassau County County Base Maps Island Base MapA1A 2601 Atlantic Avenue, Fernandina Beach Fort Clinch was named after General Duncan Lamont Clinch, and construction for the Fort began in 1847. Though designed to house 500 soldiers and 78 pieces of artillery, construction of Fort Clinch was never completed. Still, the incomplete fort served as a military outpost during the Civil War, the Spanish-American War and World War II. In 1935, Fort Clinch became one of Floridas first state parks when the state purchased the fort and surrounding property to preserve it and to provide opportunities for outdoor recreational activities. From 1937 to 1942, Company 1420 of the Civilian Conservation Corps repaired the fort and constructed camping areas, roads, bathhouses, picnic areas and a visitor center. Today, the 1,427-acre park offers fishing and swimming and is home to beautiful beaches, scenic hiking, biking trails, 63 campsites equipped with electricity and water along with six primitive campsites. Hurricane Matthew destroyed a half-mile fishing pier on the parks northeast corner. Florida officials have said the state will rebuild the pier by 2027 but have provided no other details. Other popular park activities include bird watching and shell and shark tooth hunting. Fort Clinch is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., year-round. Park admission is $6 per vehicle (limited to 2-8 people per vehicle), $4 per vehicle with a single occupant or $2 for pedestrians and bicyclists. The cost of admission to visit the fort is $2 per person. The park offers guided nature walks at Willow Pond every Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m. Guests can rent out the conference room located in the visitors center at $40 per hour. Guests can also enjoy a meal at the Live Oak Grill, also housed in the visitors center. The fort offers catering for private events in its visitors center. For more information on booking the room, call (904) 277-7221 or email mail@AmericanParks.biz. For more information on pricing, events or park amenities, visit www.floridastateparks.org/park/ Fort-Clinch or call (904) 277-7274. Fort Clinch is the host to a series of annual events. Information and a list of events were obtained through the Forts website and brochures. Events are subject to change or cancellation. Federal Garrisons Hosted first weekend of every month Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Confederate Garrisons Hosted third weekend of March & second weekend of October Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. World War II Garrison Hosted Memorial Day weekend Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Spanish-American War Garrisons Third weekend of April & September Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. History of the American Soldier Second Saturday of November Federal Holiday Jollification First Saturday in December Candlelight Tours First Saturday evenings from October to May (excluding December) or Friday and Saturday evenings second weekend of May to Labor Day weekend.Fort Clinch The comprehensive Guide to Nassau will be published and distributed in the News-Leader on Wednesday, July 25 and Nassau County Record on Thursday, July 26, 2018rffrnft News-LeaderfNassau County Record fbfnr frffnnfrrt frnfrtff rf nrnrnffnftnr fnrrnnrrrfrfAdvertising Deadline: r nfto NassauGuide News-Leader Guide To Nassau 2017 2 Nassau County Nassau County, established Dec. 29, 1824, is a 649-square-mile area in the most northeast section of Some say the county is named for the main island of the Bahama chain because of the large number of Bahamians that were among its early settlers, while others say it was named for the Duchy of Nassau in Nassau was the 10th county formed of 67 in the state of Florida. Gen. James Oglethorpe of Great Britain gave Amelia Island its name in honor of Princess Amelia, the daughter of King George II. Fernandina Beach was named in honor of King Ferdinand VII of Spain. The St. Marys River serves as the Florida-Georgia border and forms the western and northern border for the county. Nassau County is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Duval County, Baker County and Georgia. Nassau County offers a diversity of landscapes from rural, wooded areas to beaches and bodies of water ranging from secluded rivers and bays to the Atlantic Ocean. The county of nearly 80,000 residents borders Georgia to the north and Duval County, Fla., to the south. Fernandina Beach is the most populated area. can also enjoy a meal at the Live Oak Grill, also housed in the visitors center. The fort offers catering for private events in its visitors center. For more information on booking the room, call (904) 277-7221 or email mail@AmericanParks.biz. For more information on pricing, events or park amenities, visit www.floridastateparks.org/park/ Fort-Clinch or call (904) 277-7274. Fort Clinch is the host to a series of annual events. Information and a list of events were obtained through the Forts website and brochures. Events are subject to change or cancellation. Federal Garrisons Hosted first weekend of every month Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Confederate Garrisons Hosted third weekend of March & second weekend of October Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. World War II Garrison Hosted Memorial Day weekend Saturday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. News-Leader Guide To Nassau 2017 9 SchoolsThe Nassau County public school system is headed by the elected members of the Nassau County School Board. The board meets at 6:30 p.m. the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at the district office building, 1201 Atlantic Ave. in Fernandina Beach. For general information, call the District Office at 491-9900. To be placed on the school board agenda, call the superintendents office at 491-9901. Website: www.edline.net/pages/Nassau_ County_School_District Superintendent Kathy Knight Burns 43508 Ratliff Road, Callahan, FL 32011 Phone: (904) 491-9901 Fax: (904) 277-9030 E-Mail: burnska@nassau.k12.fl.us District 1 Board member: Donna Martin 2120 Highland St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 Phone: 261-9015 E-mail: martindo@nassau.k12.fl.us District 2 -Board member: Gail Cook 1708 Philips Manor Road, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 Phone: (904) 261-9127 E-mail: cookga@nassau.k12.fl.us District 3 -Board member: Jamie Deonas 9 N Fourteenth St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 Phone: (904) 753-4076 Bus: (904) 277-0066 E-mail: deonasja@nassau.k12.fl.us District 4 -Board member: Dr. Kimberly Fahlgren P.O. Box 26, Hilliard, FL 32046 Phone: (904) 235-9638 Email: kimberly.fahlgren@nassau.k12.fl.us District 5 -Board member: Jonathan Petree Phone: (904) 233-1110 E-mail: petreejo@ nassau.k12.fl.us Attorney: Leonard T. Hackett School District Department Contacts District Office 1201 Atlantic Avenue Fernandina Beach, Fl 32034 Phone: (904) 491-9900, info@nassau.k12.fl.us Administrative Services: Mark Durham, Executive Director, Cynthia Williams, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9906 Adult Education & Drop Out Prevention Brent Lemond, Director Patricia Young, Secretary Phone: (904) 548-1750 Fax: 548-4499 Assessment and Accountability Diane Romon, Program Manager Jenine McKenna, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9873 Fax: 277-9038 Business Services Susan Farmer, Executive Director Vicki Turner, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9861 Fax: 277-9032 Career & Technical Education Brent Lemond, Director Patricia Young, Administrative Assistant Phone: (904) 548-4483 Elementary Education Kristi L. Simpkins, Director Brenda Murray, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9885 Exceptional Student Education Pauline Gregory, Director Christy Wolf, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9881 Facilities Kevin Burnette, Director Maintenance (904) 225-5343 Operations (904) 225-0573 Food Services Dr. Lauren Jones, Director Dr. Cindy Grooms, Director Donna Walters, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9944 Staff & Program Development Joyce Menz, Professional Development Director Wendy Hygema, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9888 Transportation Brad Underhill, Director Phone: (904) 225-0127 Elementary Schools Bryceville Elementary Grades K through 5, Amber Nicholas-Bovinette, principal. 6504 Church Ave., Bryceville, FL 32009, (904) 266-9241, (904) 879-5570. Fax: (904) 266-2155 Callahan Elementary Grades pre-K through 2, Sabrina Faircloth, principal. 449618 U.S. Highway 301, Callahan, FL 32011, (904) 879-2121, Fax: (904) 879-5560 Callahan Intermediate Grades 3-5, Rhonda Devereaux, principal. 34586 Ball Park Road, Callahan, FL 32011, (904) 879-1114, Fax: (904) 879-5288 Emma Love Hardee Elementary Grades 3-5, Rebecca Smith, principal. 2200 Susan Drive, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 (904) 491-7936, Fax: (904)321-5890 Hilliard Elementary Grades pre-K 5, LeeAnn Jackson, principal 27568 Ohio St., Hilliard, FL 32046 (904) 845-4471, Fax: (904) 845-7427 Southside Elementary Grades pre-K through 2, Marlena Palmer, principal 1112 Jasmine St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 (904) 491-7941. Yulee Elementary Grades 3-5, George Raysor, principal 86063 Felmor Road, Yulee, FL 32097, (904) 225-5192, Fax: (904) 225-9993 Yulee Primary Grades pre-K-2, Misty Mathis, principal 86426 Goodbread Road, Yulee, FL 32097 (904) 225-9711, Fax: (904) 225-8269 Wildlight Elementary Grades pre-K-5, Scott Hodges, principal 550 Curiosity Ave., Yulee, FL 32097 (904) 277-9061 Middle Schools Callahan Middle Grades 6-8, Kimberly Harrison, principal. 450121 Old Dixie Highway, Callahan 32011 (904) 879-3606, Fax: (904) 879-2860 Fernandina Beach Middle Grades 6-8, Dr. John Mazzella, principal. 315 Citrona Drive, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 (904) 491-7938, Fax: (904) 261-8919 Hilliard Middle-Senior High Grades 6-12, Dr. Tammy Johnson, principal One Flashes Ave., Hilliard, FL 32046 (904) 845-2171 Yulee Middle Grades 6-8, Amanda Cooper, principal 85439 Miner Road, Yulee FL 32097 (904) 225-5116 High Schools Fernandina Beach High Grades 9-12, Dr. Spencer Lodree, principal 435 Citrona Drive, Fernandina Beach 32034 (904) 261-5713, Fax: (904)277-3754 Hilliard Middle-Senior High Grades 6-12, Dr. Tammy Johnson, principal One Flashes Ave., Hilliard, FL 32046 (904) 845-2171 West Nassau County High Grades 9-12, Curtis Gaus, principal One Warrior Drive, Callahan, FL 32011 (904) 879-3461, Fax: 879-5843 Yulee High Grades 9-12, Natasha Drake, principal 85375 Miner Road, Yulee 32097 (904) 225-8641Continued on page 10 News-Leader Guide To Nassau 2017 9 Pauline Gregory, Director Christy Wolf, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9881 Kevin Burnette, Director Maintenance (904) 225-5343 Operations (904) 225-0573 Dr. Lauren Jones, Director Dr. Cindy Grooms, Director Donna Walters, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9944 Staff & Program Development Joyce Menz, Professional Development Director Wendy Hygema, Secretary Phone: (904) 491-9888 Transportation Brad Underhill, Director Phone: (904) 225-0127 Elementary Schools Bryceville Elementary Grades K through 5, Amber Nicholas-Bovinette, principal. 6504 Church Ave., Bryceville, FL 32009, (904) 266-9241, (904) 879-5570. Fax: (904) 266-2155 Callahan Elementary Grades pre-K through 2, Sabrina Faircloth, principal. 449618 U.S. Highway 301, Callahan, FL 32011, (904) 879-2121, Fax: (904) 879-5560 Callahan Intermediate Grades 3-5, Rhonda Devereaux, principal. 34586 Ball Park Road, Callahan, FL 32011, (904) 879-1114, Fax: (904) 879-5288 1112 Jasmine St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 (904) 491-7941. Yulee Elementary Grades 3-5, George Raysor, principal 86063 Felmor Road, Yulee, FL 32097, (904) 225-5192, Fax: (904) 225-9993 Yulee Primary Grades pre-K-2, Misty Mathis, principal 86426 Goodbread Road, Yulee, FL 32097 (904) 225-9711, Fax: (904) 225-8269 Wildlight Elementary Grades pre-K-5, Scott Hodges, principal 550 Curiosity Ave., Yulee, FL 32097 (904) 277-9061 Middle Schools Callahan Middle Grades 6-8, Kimberly Harrison, principal. 450121 Old Dixie Highway, Callahan 32011 (904) 879-3606, Fax: (904) 879-2860 Fernandina Beach Middle Grades 6-8, Dr. John Mazzella, principal. 315 Citrona Drive, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 (904) 491-7938, Fax: (904) 261-8919 Hilliard Middle-Senior High Grades 6-12, Dr. Tammy Johnson, principal One Flashes Ave., Hilliard, FL 32046 (904) 845-2171 Yulee Middle Grades 6-8, Amanda Cooper, principal 85439 Miner Road, Yulee FL 32097 (904) 225-5116 High Schools Fernandina Beach High Grades 9-12, Dr. Spencer Lodree, principal 435 Citrona Drive, Fernandina Beach 32034 (904) 261-5713, Fax: (904)277-3754 Hilliard Middle-Senior High Grades 6-12, Dr. Tammy Johnson, principal One Flashes Ave., Hilliard, FL 32046 (904) 845-2171 West Nassau County High Grades 9-12, Curtis Gaus, principal One Warrior Drive, Callahan, FL 32011 (904) 879-3461, Fax: 879-5843 Yulee High Grades 9-12, Natasha Drake, principal 85375 Miner Road, Yulee 32097 (904) 225-8641 Continued on page 10 News-Leader Guide To Nassau 2017 12 courthouse in Fernandina Beach, 416 Centre St. Florida laws require that drivers be at least 16 to operate a motor vehicle, but 15-year-olds with a learners permit may drive if accompanied by a regularly licensed driver at least 21 years old. Fifteen-year-olds wishing to obtain a learners permit must have an original or certified birth certificate from the Department of Vital Statistics for identification, bring their Social Security card, be accompanied by a consenting parent and pass vision and written tests. Florida law requires identification, proof of date of birth, proof of residential address, and proof of Social Security number (if issued, Chapter 322, Florida Statutes, requires the department see proof of Social Security number for the issuance of driver license and identification cards) from all customers before a driver license or identification card can be issued. The name assigned to the Social Security number must match the name that will appear on the Florida driver license or identification card. If you have legally changed your name by marriage or court order, you must submit the original or a certified copy of your marriage certificate or court order. No photocopies will be accepted. For multiple name changes, you must show a document trail linking your current name to your chosen proof of identity. Each applicant renewing or applying for a new driver license or identification card in person after January 1, 2010 must submit: Primary Identification Gather one original or certified copy of the following documents:Certified United States birth certificate, including territories and District of Columbia.Valid United States Passport or Passport CardConsular Report of Birth AbroadCertificate of Naturalization, Form N-550 or Form N-570Certificate of Citizenship, Form N560 or Form NB-561Alien registration receipt card, Green Card Form I-551 Proof of Social Security number Gather one original or certified copy of the following documents:Social Security cardW-2 formPaycheck showing numberSSA-1099Non-SSA-1099 Proof of Residential Address Gather TWO of the following documents showing your residential address:Deed, mortgage, monthly mortgage statement, mortgage payment booklet, or rent/lease agreementFlorida voter registration cardW-2 form or 1099 formUtility bill, hookup, or work order dated within 60 days of the applicationCurrent automobile or homeowners insurance policyMail from financial institutions; including checking, savings, or investment account statements, not more than two months old.Statement from an accompanying parent, step-parent or guardian residing at the same address as the applicant. The parent or guardian must present proof of residential address. For more information, call 491-7400 or visit www.nassautaxes.com.Business License A local business tax receipt is no longer required by Nassau County for the privilege of engaging in a business, profession or occupation. However, any business located within a city limit may be required to pay a local business tax to that municipality. Some local businesses may be required to hold certain licenses depending on city, county, state, and/or federal agency regulations associated with a particular profession or business (e.g. contractor license; professional license). Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses can be applied for at the office of the clerk of court in the Nassau County Judicial Annex, 76347 Veterans Way in Yulee, the historic Nassau County Courthouse, 416 Centre St., Fernandina Beach, and 450077 State Road 200 St., Callahan. Those 16 or 17 are required to present a notarized consent form from their parents. Parents will be required to sign an affidavit of consent before the license is issued. Those who have been married before are required to know the date of separation. All applicants must present a drivers license and Social Security card. According to a marriage law that went into effect Jan. 1, 1999, couples must take a marriage preparation course or face a three-day waiting period for a marriage license. They also must read a 16-page booklet on marriage responsibilities.Boat Licenses As an agent for the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, the Tax Collector is responsible for providing the necessary service and record keeping procedures used in processing vessel (boat) titles and registrations. All motorized vessels, commercial and private, must be registered, titled and issued a decal before they can be used in Florida waters. The decal must be affixed to the port side of the boat. Vessel registrations expire at midnight of the owners birthday. Registration for vessels titled in a business name expire June 30. Vessel registration fees are based on the length of the boat. Renewal of vessel registrations can be processed in person at any location or by e-commerce at www.nassautaxes.com.Gun Permits Firearms are not required to be registered with local law enforcement officials, but the Nassau County Sheriffs Office does provide registration forms for residents wishing to register their ownership. Applications for statewide concealed-weapons permits may be made electronically at the Tax Collectors office at 86130 License Road. Guns in vehicles must be secured and not in plain view or under a seat.Hunting/Fishing Licenses The Tax Collector serves as an agent of the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission by being the primary source for the sale and issuance of a variety of hunting and fishing licenses. The Tax Collector may designate and authorize, at his discretion, various sub-agents, such as bait and tackle dealers, sporting goods stores and retail outlets to sell and issue these licenses, as well. Hunting and fishing licenses may also be purchased or renewed by telephone for an additional fee. Please call fishing at 1-888-347-4356 or 1-888-486-8356 for hunting. A valid hunting and/or fishing license must be carried on his or her person when participating in these activities (unless exempt).Passports Applications for passports are available at the office of the Clerk of the Court, located in the Nassau County Judicial Annex, 76347 Veterans Way in Yulee, the Nassau County Courthouse, 416 Centre St., Fernandina Beach, at 450077 State Road 200, Callahan and at the US Postal Service at 1997 Sadler Rd. by appointment, call 491-4680. Applicants are required to furnish a certified copy of their birth certificate with the state raised seal, two passport-size photos and a valid drivers license. Adults, $110; under 16, $80 ; all passports require a $25 Acceptance Agent Fee Other fees may also apply. Expedited passports are available for an additional fee at the U.S. Post Ofice, 1997 Sadler Road. Call for an appointment, 491-4680.Licenses and Permits Nassau County Record Contact Candy or Meghan904 261-3696trfnfr nrnftnrfnr ffnrfnf rfnrr frf fnnfrrContact Samantha904 879-2727 CONTAINER CORPFERNANDIN MILL Special trusts have been set up by vendors and suppliers of the Container Corporation and Fernandin Mill to pay asbestos victims. either the Container Corp. or the Fernandin Mill before 1982 been exposed to asbestos either of these plantsdiagnosed with Lung Cancer (even if you are a smoker) or Esophageal, Laryngeal, Pharyngeal, Stomach, Colon, or Rectal Cancer or know someone who died from one of these cancers call 1 -800-478-9578 Free Claims Analysiswww.getnorris.com/asbNationwide Service NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY COMMISSION CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, July 3, 2018, at 6:00 PM in the City Commission Chambers, 204 Ash Street Fernandina Beach, Florida to consider the following application: ORDINANCE 2018-15 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 22, ARTICLE II, SECTION 22-26, ADOPTION OF CODES BY REFERENCE; REPEALING SECTION 22-29, AMENDMENTS TO BUILDING CODE; ENACTING A NEW SECTION 22-29 AMENDMENTS TO THE BUILDING CODE; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. Interested parties may appear at said hearing and be heard as to the advisability of any action, which may be considered. Any persons with disabilities requiring accommodations in order to participate in this program or activity should contact 310-3115, TTY/ TDD 711 or through the Florida Relay Service at 1-800-955-8771 at least 24 hours in advance to request such accommodation. IF ANY PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL ANY DECISION MADE BY THE BOARD/ COMMISSION WITH RESPECT TO ANY MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH HEARING, S/HE WILL 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. For information, please contact the Staff of the City Clerks Office, 204 Ash Street, between the hours of 8:00 AM 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, (904) 310-3115. vehicle. Reported to have been found inside the vehicle were a black ski mask and items that did not belong to the suspects (wallets, credit cards and driver licenses). While being interviewed, the suspects allegedly admitted to driving from Jacksonville specifically to check the subdivisions for unlocked vehicles in order to steal any items of value, according to the release. Five male suspects were arrested on charges of burglary and criminal mischief. Arrested were Aaron Deshawn Knight, 19; Deshawn Terrell Minor, 18; Devin Devaughn Pearson, 22; William Anthony Ho-Sang, 18; and Devin Omar Farley, 20. Leeper included this friendly reminder in the release: Keep your car doors locked at all times when unattended. There is always the possibility, and reality, that others will take advantage of you, so remember to keep your valuables protected and keep your car doors locked!Continued from 1AThe following report was compiled by Pamela Bushnell of the News-Leader from the June 14 court docket of the Circuit Court of Judge Robert M. Foster. Justin Wesley Bauer admitted violation of probation for armed burglary, dealing in stolen property and grand theft. He was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated. He was sentenced to 24 months in Florida State Prison with credit for time served in Nassau County Jail. He must pay $1,431.08 in outstanding court costs. Defendant faces further charges in Duval County. Bryson Evans Clifton denied violation of probation for uttering forged bills. Lisa Ann Cirulnicks bond was suspended for one week pending a mental evaluation. She is charged with arson, resisting an officer with violence and battery. Lauren Elizabeth Crabtree pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, battery on a person 65 or older and fraudulent use of a credit card. Adjudication was withheld. She was sentenced to 18 months of probation with the condition she successfully complete an inpatient treatment program at Gateway. She is to remain in Nassau County Jail until a bed is available. She was ordered to pay total court costs of $1,354, $300 to the State Attorneys Office and $450 to the Public Defenders Office plus $151 and $201 in surcharges related to the nature of the offense and $260.01 in restitution. These charges were converted for civil judgment. Jakob Nathaniel Crow admitted violation of probation for possession of a weapon on school property. He was adjudicated guilty. His probation was revoked and terminated. He was sentenced to six months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served and ordered to pay $768.56 in outstanding court costs. Emily Crews had an affidavit of violation of probation for burglary and petit theft discharged following testimony from her FSS counselor with a warning that any future violations will not be dismissed. Whitney Elizabeth Crumley admitted violation of probation for two counts of burglary of a structure or conveyance and one count each of grand theft and criminal mischief. She was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated. She was sentenced to 13 months in Florida State Prison with credit for time already served in Nassau County Jail. Terri Anne Dubberly pleaded guilty to four charges of possession of a controlled substance and one charge each of petit theft and resisting recovery of merchandise. She was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and 24 months of drug offender probation. She must enroll in and successfully complete an inpatient program at Gateway and will remain in NCJ until a bed becomes available. She must pay total court costs of $1,554, plus $300 to the State Attorneys Office and $450 to the Public Defenders Office. Michael Curtis Forshee forfeited bond by failure to appear on charges of false imprisonment and domestic battery. A warrant was issued for his arrest. Loreatha Nichole Fowler pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. Adjudication was withheld. She was sentenced to 18 months of drug offender probation to include a special inpatient treatment program at Gateway for pregnant women. She was remanded into the custody of the Nassau County Sheriffs Office for transportation to Gateway. Upon successful completion of the Gateway program, she must enroll in and successfully complete parenting classes and must attend two AA meetings each week. She must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Brandon Joseph Garner pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 30 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served. He must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Danielle Ardis Haley pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. Adjudication was withheld. After waiving a pre-sentencing investigation, she was sentenced to 18 months of drug offender probation with the condition she obtain a drug and alcohol evaluation within 60 days, follow treatment recommendations and submit to random urinalysis. She must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Timothy Buck Higginbotham admitted violation of probation for burglary of an unoccupied dwelling and dealing in stolen property. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to 30 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time already served after which probation will be reinstated with the added condition he submit to an alcohol and drug evaluation within 60 days of release and comply with treatment recommendations. Isaiah Demetrious Hill pleaded guilty to a new charge of grand theft, thus violating probation for forging bank bills or promissory notes. He was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated. He was sentenced to 60 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served and ordered to pay $1,162.72 in outstanding court costs plus new court costs of $418, $100 to the State Attorney and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. David Wayne Holcombe waived his right to a speedy trial on two charges of the sale, manufacture or delivery of a controlled substance and one charge each of possession with intent to sell, manufacture or deliver a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. A motion to reduce bond on two of the charges was granted based on special circumstances. Robert George Jaschik pleaded not guilty to burglary of a structure or conveyance and petit theft. Junior Lee Johnson pleaded not guilty to habitually driving while his license is suspended and obstruction or opposition of a police officer without violence. Henry Wesley Jordan III pleaded guilty to violation of probation for habitually driving while his license is suspended. He was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated. He was ordered to pay outstanding court costs of $1,684.24. Mary Melissa Kitler pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of a credit card. Adjudication was withheld. She was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and ordered to pay restitution of $410.85 within 60 days. The defendant faces other charges in Duval County. Joseph Luis Levin, now deemed competent to proceed with prosecution, pleaded guilty to two counts of misrepresenting his age in the use of a computer to solicit, lure or seduce a minor. He was adjudicated guilty and deemed a sex offender. He was sentenced to time served and 10 years of sex offender probation to run concurrently with another case. He must submit to mandatory electronic monitoring and comply with a 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew, have no victim contact and comply with all other rules applying to sex offenders. Within 60 days of the beginning of his probation, he must submit to psychosocial sexual counseling and an HIV test, the results of which will be shared with victims. He was ordered to pay $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office plus surcharges of $151 and $201 related to the nature of the offense. Ashley Nicole MacDonald pleaded guilty to grand theft. Adjudication was withheld. She was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and 24 months of drug offender probation. She must enroll in and successfully complete an inpatient treatment program at Gateway and is to remain in NCJ until a bed becomes available. She must pay $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Samuel Trevor Martin waived his right to a speedy trial on charges of trafficking in amphetamine, possession of a concealed firearm by a convicted felon, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and two counts of possession of a controlled substance. Amber Lynn Meeks pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance, possession with the intent to sell, manufacture or deliver a controlled substance, and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. Romone Lewis Melton pleaded not guilty to aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. Brook Heather ONeal pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia. Adjudication was withheld. She was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and ordered to pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the COURT Continued on 8A NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 6 6/19/18 4:30 PM

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rfO nt Nw bbrE nff The News-Leader is published with pride weekly for the people of Nassau County by Community Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe that strong newspapers build strong communi ties Newspapers get things done! Our primary goal is to publish distinguished and profitable community-oriented newspapers. This mission will be accomplished through the teamwork of professionals dedicated to the truth, integrity, quality and hard work. R r P bD f E Af BO r ffr fC p E Rrrnf D B n Sp E G CD EB R r rf P bD f ntbrf DftN Sm fn Tnm Cm rf ntnntb tntnnnt nt nf I applaud Mr. Ron Sapps zeal in his efforts to make the Amelia Island beaches more accessible to the general public. However, as a learned schoolteacher, he should be more accurate with his facts and arguments. He starts his latest opinion piece to the News-Leader (Dont mess with my beach access) by writing, That court (referring to a recent case in the Florida panhandle), it seemed, believed that the land between the mean high water and a homeowners property belonged to the homeowner, not the people of Florida, and the homeowner could control what happened within their property. He seems to be implying that there is a strip of land between the mean high water line and the waterfront property owner. This misstatement could lead an uninformed reader to believe that waterfront property owners are attempting to take this (fictitious) strip for their own use, excluding the general public. Such is simply not the case. The mean high water line is the dividing line between private and public property. There is no strip of land between the mean high water line and the waterfront property owner. Waterfront property lines that are perpendicular to the waterfront generally extend to the mean high water line. This is true throughout the United States and most of the world, and the precedent for this has its roots far in the past in Roman law under Emperor Justine, A.D. 530. When Florida became a state in 1845, the state took title to all sovereign lands within its jurisdiction, and the wet sand beach falling seaward of the mean high water line came under the Public Trust Doctrine. Floridas constitution asserts that state owner ship of beaches below the mean high water lines, is held in trust for all the people. (Florida Bar Journal, June 2009). The federal rule for determining the mean high water line is determined by the average height of all waters over a period of 18.6 years. With increasing populations and leisure time to enjoy our beaches, a handful of liberal states, notably California, Oregon and New Jersey, have attempted to chip away at the private property that lies along the divide between private and public owners of waterfront property. This has led to very expensive litigation and mixed results. Even these liberal bastions have tempered their efforts to open more water front land areas by imposing some rather onerous conditions. Some have designated set paths which must be used to traverse the private property, others have allowed private owners to charge reasonable fees for use or crossing, others have, under the doctrine of prescriptive easements, required the signing of a sworn affidavit stating that the individual wishing to intrude has adversely and continuously (whatever that means) used the property in question for 20 years, and many other approaches are being used. Taking by Eminent Domain has generally been ruled out due to the high property value of waterfront property. The Florida courts have, in the past, issued some rulings, mostly favorable to increased public use (Walton County, et al v. Stop the Beach Renourishment and City of Daytona Beach v. Tona-Rama, Inc.), but the facts in those cases are somewhat different from the Amelia Island situation, and the Florida Legislature may have recently, with the passage of HB 631 that Mr. Sapp referred to, made moot prior court rulings on these issues. The fact is, Florida has neither judicially nor legislatively established a doctrine that would eliminate imperfect and case-by-case litigation to determine who may use the white sands. It has become a highly contentious and expensive area of the law, and now Florida seems to be on the threshold of jumping into the water with both feet. (No pun intended). It is worth mentioning that there are strong competing interests here. Beachfront property owners can legitimately feel just as strongly about persons who cross or use their property without permissions as Mr. Sapp would feel about a stream of daily strollers making a path across his lawn. Enjoyment of our beaches is a sacred right, but so are private property rights. One final word. My wife and I moved to Amelia Island 23 years ago, and we have seen the changes that have taken place, and while some of the amenities are enjoyable, overall, the changes sicken us, and the future does not bode well. I suppose it could be argued that we are at least a small part of the problem, as we moved here from elsewhere, adding our footprint to the ever increasing congestion. Mr. Sapp has on several occasions waxed poetically about Amelia Island of yesterday, but sadly, those days are gone forever, but they are nice to reminisce over, and we hope Mr. Ron Sapp will continue to remind us of what once it was like here. As you can see from todays Voice of the People section, some readers feel very strongly that the News-Leader should have further censored the harsh language in, or not published at all, an equally strongly felt submission printed on this page last Friday. The responding readers were offended by the message as well as the invective. But the News-Leader did not print the letter with the intent of offending readers. The NewsLeader printed the letter with the intention of informing you about how your fellow reader feels. We believe that you have a right to know what a neighbor, a friend, a customer, someone who shares the community with you thinks, whether you agree with them or not. We believe the writer was fearless to put his name on such a screed, in a community where the majority will roundly reject his minority opinion. We believe the News-Leader should continue to print opinions that will inevitably be repugnant to some. Freedom of speech and the press are key to being able to have the sensational conversations that communities need to have sometimes. Some have conflated the messenger with the message, so let us be clear: We do not print only the letters we agree with, and we certainly do not expect all members of our community, all readers, to agree with everything they read on the editorial page. If you did, then our community would be a surreal, boring place much like North Korea, with little need for a democratically-elected government, much less a community newspapers opinion page. We print letters because we support the voice of the people and an effort to be heard by fellow citizens in a public forum. Outrage is rampant in 2018. If a letter full of outrage can spur communication, discussion, and debate about why that is, or about other topics like politics and harsh language, we believe that is a good thing.Its amusing to see liberal Americans virtue signaling the world by apologizing for Trump for attacking Canadian Prime Minster Trudeau. According to these patriotic citizens, Trump is a boor, an insult-machine, crass and nasty; and he forced poor, traumatized Trudeau to courageously stand with armed guards nearby squeaking, We will not be bullied. Lets you and I do something here that the Mika and Joe Scarboroughs of the world simply cannot bring themselves to do: look at the trade wars from the perspective of the people most affected by years of ongoing battles. Canada actually dictates (Trudeau the Dictator?!!) how much milk, eggs and various dairy and poultry products farmers are allowed to produce, and at what price they may sell such products. This was put in place by the benevolent bosses of the Canadian government to compensate for surplus production in the 1950s and 1960s. To keep supply as stable as possible and make everything fair, the government benevolently blocks imports from the U.S. by whacking our dairy farmers with tariffs that are, as Trump has said, up to 270 percent on dairy products. So, if any Canadian says, Now doncha know yew guys import more dairy to Canada than we sell to you, its true, because their government makes sure they dont have much to spare. Then, theres timber. When builders shop for materials, they want good quality thats affordable and allows for a profit margin. When the Canadian government subsidizes their timber industry to the point where Canadian timber costs nearly 10 percent less than local U.S. timber, builders are going to dial the Canadian area code. Imagine that. Last November, the U.S. Commerce Department released their final finding that imports of Canadian softwood lumber are being unfairly subsidized and dumped in the United States. This is no small problem for American timber businesses. Imagine being in this business and then having to compete with Canadian companies whose government subsidizes about $5.5 billion worth of lumber so their companies can undercut your own. The Commerce Departments report said exporters from Canada have sold softwood lumber in the U.S. market at nearly 9 percent less than fair value. Nine percent. Thats yuuuuge! Add to that Canada is providing unfair subsidies at rates up to 18 percent. So, when mean old Mr. Trump slapped tariffs of up to 24 percent on imported Canadian softwood lumber, Trudeau squealed like a squirrel chain-sawed out of his home. The Press-Herald reported: What weve desired all this time is a level playing field, and news like this gives us confidence, said Jason Brochu, co-president of Pleasant River Lumber, which employs 300 people at (Maine) sawmills. With a strong presence from the government and such an emphasis on trade and jobs, it is timed perfectly for us to expand our operation and increase employment, which is exactly what we are going to do. (Note to Bobby DeNiro: Maine is in the United States.) U.S.-owned lumber companies have pushed for our government to counter these duties for years through the U.S. Lumber Coalition, which also has claimed Canada is dumping softwood lumber on the U.S. market below cost. So, if youre one of the Americans writing to Canadian news outlets to apologize for Trump, remember hes keeping his promise to fight Trudeaus Canadian tariff bullies. All I ask is please dont screw it up by suggesting Trudeau impose huge price increases for their delicious seven-year Canadian cheddar cheese. Its the best thing we get from Canada besides a well-manicured victim for American self-aggrandizing virtue signaling. Copyright 2018 Rick Jensen, distributed exclusively by Cagle Cartoons newspaper syndicate. Rick Jensen is an annoying, awardwinning Delaware talk show host and equally annoying national columnist. Email rick@DBCMedia.com.A letter writer (Beyond the pale) in the June 15 NewsLeader may be in need of a good sedative. He regrets his two years serving the nation underwater as a senior technician in the submarine force because there are now so many audacious deplorables among us who support President Trump. We are thankful for his service, and hope he eventually finds some peace. But veterans with significant experience have gener ally shown more subtle understanding of national security, and sought more balanced perspective of public affairs. As one familiar with how much cumulative time career submariners spend submerged, this veteran wonders if the unhappy sailor would be even more regretful of his service had he spent more than a comparatively minimal two years submerged. While we have much to be concerned about regarding the operations of our government, it is what we have warts and all, and we all win when we make useful inputs rather than hapless rants. Considering the high opinion the writer has of his own accomplishments, as a senior Navy veteran he could have plenty to offer to our elected officials in a more professionally constructive manner. Lets hope he might redirect his energies! T. J. Robertson Fernandina BeachrfrfnI read the News-Leaders recent article in Voice of the People entitled Beyond the pale. Perhaps public discourse and debate involving our President should include more facts and data than unsupported conclusions, opinions, obscene and profane words. In addition, the writer uses the word colliery in his article. That is a coalmine and build ings and equipment. I infer he meant corollary in his well reasoned writing. Steven Heller Fernandina BeachtbnrbbnBecause of the anger and misinformation inherent in them, I usually avoid editorial sections of newspapers. Then a colleague emailed Fridays section to me. The one entitled Beyond the pale was not only that in itself but it was so divisively vituperative that it shocks me that the editorial staff chose it for publication. Since my ego is not as bloated as the one possessed by the author of Beyond the Pale, I will not bore readers with my rsum. Suffice to state that I spent 20 years in the Navy and that my rsum is far superior. Though it may have galled him, due to my senior rank the author would have had to greet me with a crisp salute. I am registered as no party affiliation. What is lost in the letter is that, regardless of time or place, those of us who served in the military protected our fellow citizens not from Soviets or Nazis or terrorists, but mostly from unyielding tyrannical mindsets that cer tain groups held monopolies on morals, truth, vision, and good ideas. That because of this self-determined superiority, their dictum must prevail regardless of outcomes. That those who dare hold different viewpoints were not only wrong but immoral and villainous persons who deserved mistreatment. My concern today is not the threat from Soviets or other outside entities, but the threat from fellow citizens who with out shame stomp on civil liberties of those who think and vote differently than they. Current interpretation of civil rights is the freedom to speak only what certain groups want said, freedom to associate only with favored groups, freedom of religion if it is no religion and freedom to vote your conscious without intimidation only if one does not vote for a conserva tive. Recently this is evidenced by the firing of persons who were merely suspected of voting for Trump, the bullying letters written in feces sent to Republican college students, and the inability to earn a living in Hollywood or on Broadway due to one having a wrong political bent. Sadly, police in Virginia were called to arrest citizens for disturbing the peace because they placed Trump campaign signs in their own yards. As happened to my friend, persons shoved to the ground and kicked for having the nerve to practice their constitutional right (and civic duty) to attend the recent inauguration. Most disturbing has been the calling persons traitors, deplorables and f***ers and telling them to go to hell because they in good conscious voted in a way determined by pedan tics to be beyond the pale. As happens in a democracy, voting results swing and sway over time. So will those who now condemn Trump voters accept bullying and vilifying of themselves as fair play when their candidates eventually win? Regardless of which individuals and political group holds power, I will never ask to have even a single hour of my years of serving our country be given back to me. If it were within my capability I would give time back to malcontents who desire it. All I ask in favor is the return of productive discourse, of human dignity and of the bill of rights (in the ory AND practice) to all citizens regardless of their political speech, action   or affiliation. Kathleen Warren Fernandina BeachrnThis is in response to Mr. Dennis Stipe ( News-Leader June 15). First, I cannot understand for the life of me why the NewsLeader printed such tripe. But thats freedom of the press. Second, you devoted fully two-thirds of your letter to brag ging about your accomplishments, the point of all of which escapes me entirely, and about which I see nothing to brag. You mentioned you graduated summa cum laude from some college associates degree program. Were you the only one in your class? Finally, I would urge you to change your voter registration to Democrat, then move to Hollywood where you will be wel comed with open arms by Mr. De Niro and the rest of his ilk. Joel M. Carter, M.D. Fernandina BeachrrnnrfbImmigration is about people; dividing parents from chil dren is abhorrent. Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. There seems to be no empathy in this government. The course of action separating parents from children at the border is unconscionable. This policy is a course of action proposed by this administration. It is not a law. This policy is a strategy, a means to an end. Children being housed in wire encampments and proposed tent cities is merciless. We are all immigrants one way or another. Former First Lady Laura Bush has likened these events to Japanese internment camps of WW II. DHS directions for caring for these children includes food, bed, games but no touching or comfort for distress of separa tion or illness. I have zero tolerance for this! Joyce A. Frink Fernandina BeachnfSomewhat perplexed and dismayed, I read Mr. Sapps column in Debate and Tackle regarding beach driving (Dont mess with my beach access, June 13). The perplexing part of his article was that he seems to relate beach access with beach driving. The former being a right that I agree each and every Floridian and Amelia Islander should be entitled to enjoy. The latter, however, is a destructive, invasive and sometimes quite dangerous proposition. Do we really need vehicles on our beaches? Fernandina has already limited beach driving to, as Mr. Sapp noted, 600 feet of sand. Why are we wasting valu able resources and breath over this topic? Last I checked, Fernandina and the rest of the island maintained 41 beautiful beach accesses, many with ample parking. This isnt, as Mr. Sapp attempted to characterize it, a beach access issue. To the contrary, this is a beach driving issue. No one that I am aware of is trying to privatize the beach north of Peters Point and elsewhere. Rather, it appears those few homeowners are simply hoping to make the beach there safer, free of garbage, fornication, intoxication and urination that seem to accompany those driving on the beach. As for the dismay, clearly Mr. Sapp did not know my grandfather all that well, or at all. Don Adams was a man of principle, a lover of this island and the beaches. Of the people left on this earth that knew him, I dare say none did better than me. So, please, Mr. Sapp, allow me to answer your question about what my grandfather would think of this issue. I will even use your own words. He would be disgusted and irate. Disgusted at the behavior and the actions of those actually driving on the beach, disgusted at the tolerance for what is allowed to continue to occur and disgusted that you put words in his mouth. He would be irate that those driving on the beach leave behind mounds of garbage on his beloved beach, urinate and defecate in his beautiful sand dunes and destroy the land he so fervently fought to protect. Similarly, hed be embarrassed that you, sir, turned this issue into one of access, one of affidavits, one of trespassing and ignored the real issue before our community. Rob Adams St. Petersburg and Fernandina nt Letters must include writers name, address and telephone number for verification. Writers are normally limited to one letter in a 30-day period. No political endorsements the week before an election. 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 Email: pegdavis@fbnewsleader.com. Visit us online at fbnewsleader.com E rnnA m fI f bnnt rn r Rick Jensen NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 7 6/19/18 3:59 PM

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Pamela Bushnell of the NewsLeader compiled this report from records at the Nassau County Clerk of the Circuit Court. Arrest indicates suspicion of a crime, not guilt. To report information about a crime, contact the Fernandina Beach Police Department at 277-7342 or the Nassau County Sheriffs Office at 225-5174. The We Tip program 1-800-78Crime also allows callers to leave anonymous tips. Joel Franklin Blackmon, 53, 86058 Wren Road, Yulee, June 5, four charges of possession of a controlled substance and one charge of possession of methamphetamine. Darrell Eugene Newberry, 56, 76011 Bird Lane, Yulee, June 5, possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia with residue. Dawson Conner Haddock, 19, 37155 Pine Tree Drive, No. 107, Hilliard, June 6, felony criminal mischief and trespass on school property. Bryant Arthur Padgett, 19, 273595 Murrhee Road, Hilliard, June 6, felony criminal mischief and trespass on school property. Larry Wallace Wren, 63, 28139 Vintage Lane, Hilliard, June 6, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and domestic battery. Richard Lee Guinn, 32, 1628 Dertico Drive, Jacksonville, June 7, felony domestic battery with strangulation. Jason Andrew Holloway, 27, 85188 Blackmon Road, Yulee, June 7, battery on a person over 65. Misty Dawn Keene, 40, 430 Camp Pickney Drive, Folkston, Ga., June 7, possession of methamphetamine, driving an unregistered motor vehicle, failure to maintain auto insurance and improper tag assigned to vehicle. Joseph Raymond Dean, 28, 7947 Plummer Road, Jacksonville, June 8, habitual traffic offender. Alec Marshall Dunman, 25, 86030 Hummingbird Lane, Yulee, June 8, exploitation of the elderly or disabled. Leah Michelle Gosline, 40, 2031 Russell Road, Fernandina Beach, June 8, sale of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, tampering with or destroying evidence and two charges of possession of cocaine. Marlon Tarron McCree, 41, 7796 Glen Kernan Parkway, Jacksonville, June 8, tampering with evidence. Mark Robin Thompson, 55, 34555 Old Baldwin Road, Callahan, June 8, tag not assigned to vehicle and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. Conquita Neandra Reed, 31, 501 S. Arizona St., Apt. B, Kingsland, Ga., June 9, fraudulent use of credit cards. Ovid Ezekiel Van Sickle, 35, 2637 Midway Road, No. 8, Fernandina Beach, June 9, false imprisonment and domestic battery. Langdon James-Raesharde Callahan, 36, 43001 Egger Place, Callahan, June 10, possession of cocaine, resisting arrest without violence and possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis. Lisa Ann Cirulnick, 50, 11 Jasmine Place, Fernandina Beach, June 10, arson of a structure, resisting arrest with violence and simple battery. Karen Ruby Davies, 29, 44367 Pinebreeze Blvd., Callahan, June 10, battery on a law enforcement officer and assault on a law enforcement officer. Kathy Aleshia Smith, 46, 44098 Alton Lane, Callahan, June 10, DUI, no registration on board, registration number not properly displayed, battery on a law enforcement officer and obstruction without violence. James Christopher Lyons, 45, 541123 Lem Turner Road, Callahan, June 11, felony driving while license suspended. Romel Javon Green, 33, 175 Memorial Drive, Apt. 202, Atlanta, Ga., June 11, two charges of uttering forged or counterfeit bills and two charges of grand theft. Dennis E. Champion, 57, 1226 S. 14th St., Fernandina Beach, June 13, three charges of sex offender violations. James Carl Davis, 38, 45187 Whitfield Road, Callahan, June 13, possession of cocaine, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia with residue. Crystal Danielle Fletcher, 38, 95053 Santa Juana Road, Yulee, June 13, sale of a controlled substance. Sondra Roberts, & more!Bosom Buddies Hobo Traveleon Rioni Brahmin Mary Frances Designer Handbags HANDBAGS JEWELRY GIFTS Mon-Sat 10-5 Sun 11:30-4:30 114 Centre Street., Amelia Island NEW KRISTINA COLLECTION NOW IN 904-321-2430www.horizonsameliaisland.com 50%OFFBUY ONE GET ONELUNCHCannot be used with special menu, or events or other discount offers. 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Nelson worked for McGuireWoods in private practice for seven years, then came the opportunity to run for office. Making the decision was a very difficult decision because I am quite a private person, Nelson said. My kids, my family had never been on social media. But now, I pimp them out all the time. She noted that her talk was unusual in that it was not a typical policy speech, but that groups of women are good audiences for the inspirational message of saying yes. Regardless of how the election could have turned out, Nelson said, Because I said yes, I faced something that scared me so much in its face and by virtue of doing that, I am forever a different person. ... We are all faced with decisions all the time where no is an easier and safer choice, and even if we choose yes, and it doesnt end up the way we were hoping, we are still better for taking on the journey. The next meeting of EmpowHER network is Sept. 17 when the guest speaker is scheduled to be retired U.S. Army Command Sergeant Major Teresa Vonceil King.rfContinued from 5A June 1, a Stop Work Order was issued. June 4, Notice of violation was sent certified mail to property owner, Fernandina Investment LLC. July 10, Code Enforcement Board hearing scheduled with Stop Work Order on agenda. The issuance or lifting of a stop work order is beyond my authority, Pope said. However, it is my understanding that the stop work order will remain in effect until a decision is rendered by the Code Enforcement Board, whether that takes place on July 10 or at a later date. Pope said the county is working with the local representative for the developer (Fernandina Investments LLC) to resolve the issue, but he did not identify that person. McCranie said the developer gets all the blame, which is just a shame. The sub-contractor made the mistake and will be changing their procedures on all future jobs in Nassau County and will call in an arborist to verify the tree markings before any trees are removed. But McCranie said the development company likely has to pay for the mistake, including new replacement trees, an arborist to oversee the work, legal fees involved with the illegal tree removals, etc., but said he is not the person negotiating on behalf of the developer. The developer has agreed to replace the removed trees with 23 six-inch magnolia or oak trees, McCranie said. That will cost the developer $50,000. In addition, we wont know until the Code Enforcement Board hearing whether nor not the developer also has to pay fines. We are hoping there will be no fines, because we did not want this to happen, McCranie stated. We hate the fact that these trees got taken out. We believe in preserving the tree canopy on the island. McCranie pointed to a design effort that was meant from the start to save trees. We got Hilton to change the prototype design for this style hotel from a front entrance to a side entrance and move it back on the property to save the big trees on the front of the site. The building will have to be constructed before the new trees are planted, he added. McCranie said nothing can be done at the site until after a hoped-for resolution at the July 10 meeting of the Code Enforcement Board. We are not even allowed to put fill dirt to protect the exposed roots of the trees that remain. He added that an arborist has been called in to evaluate the situation to see if the county will allow action to protect those trees. Meanwhile, the county is reviewing possible major changes to its tree ordinance that applies to Amelia Island. The BOCC reviewed those proposed changes June 11. The ordinance is very vague now, McCranie said. That is why the county is working on a new revised Amelia Island Tree Protection and Replacement Ordinance. Depending on what happens with the Code Enforcement Board meeting July 10, progress on the development of the new Home2 Suites by Hilton Hotel could be set back at least two months from its previously announced June 2019 opening, and that delay means more cost to the developer. The hotel site, which is currently in an unincorporated area, lies on a narrow section of a wooded wildlife corridor stretching between Egans Creek to the north and the Fernandina Beach Golf Club to the south. There are plans for the hotel property to be annexed into the city in the future because it will be using the citys water and sewer system, as well as police and fire services. The Fernandina Beach City Commission was scheduled to address mechanisms to protect the disappearance of green space at a regular meeting on Tuesday with the second reading of a Land Conservation Fund Ordinance on its agenda. The developer of the hotel is IMIC Hotels of Columbia, S.C., which also owns the Hampton Inn almost directly across the street at 2549 Sadler Road. Interstate Management & Investment Corporation, which operates under the name IMIC Hotels, opened the Hampton Inn in 1997 and has been a good steward of the island and Fernandina Beach citizen since, said McCranie. IMIC President Bert Pooser III said this is the first Home2 Suites by Hilton the company has developed, although it does have other Hilton products in its portfolio. The construction company for the hotel project is Pinkerton & Laws of Atlanta, which Pooser said has an impressive portfolio of client projects it has done in the hospitality industry. The company recently completed a Home2 Suites by Hilton hotel near the airport in Brunswick, Ga. and is in the process of building one in LaGrange, Ga. Fernandina Investments LLC, Pooser told the News-Leader, is a company specific to this project and which was set up this year, according to state records. It is based at the home office of IMIC Hotels in Columbia, S.C.. The News-Leader attempted to get input for this article from the development company and Archie Johns of A.J. Johns Company, but neither responded to our phone messages before the print deadline. Public Defenders Office. Leonard William Owens III waived his right to a speedy trial on charges of possession of a concealed weapon by a convicted felon and possession of a controlled substance. Sebastian Pawlowski forfeited bond by failing to appear on charges of burglary of a dwelling and grand theft. A warrant was issued for his arrest. Cesar Jorge Pedrera admitted violation of probation for possession of cocaine and DUI with damage to property or persons. He was adjudicated guilty. Probation was revoked and terminated. Defendant is currently serving a five-year sentence out of Duval County. He owes $2,082.08 in outstanding court costs. James Anthony Perry pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Adjudication was withheld. He was sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and ordered to pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Carolyn Mabel Roser pleaded not guilty to three charges of possession of a controlled substance and one charge each of possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. Paul Timothy Schaedel pleaded guilty to grand theft. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to eight months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time already served. He must pay $325.16 in restitution, $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Dustin Wayne Seidel pleaded not guilty to grand theft. Michael Paul Sterling pleaded not guilty to fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer. Michael Sean Taber pleaded not guilty to grand theft. Christopher Lauren Thrash waived his right to a speedy trial for felony battery and criminal mischief. Phu Trieu Tran pleaded not guilty to four charges of cruelty to animals. William Shannon Wagner pleaded not guilty to habitually driving with a suspended license. Ethan Lyle Walters pleaded not guilty to the sale or delivery of cocaine. John Randall Williams pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia.Continued from 6A Continued from 3A Nelson NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 8 6/19/18 4:36 PM

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Call: 904-206-0857 ILL ILL ILL Nassau Fence B B B USINESS USINESS USINESS C C C MOST RECOMMENDED VAPE GULF COAST ALUMINUM GULF COAST ALUMINUM VETERANS ASSISTANCE USED BOOKS I never thought Id live to see a day when most of the beaches on Amelia Island could be closed to the public. But in just three weeks, while I was away on an assignment in Serbia, it emerged that the Amelia Island I know and love is facing a big threat. A recently passed, poorly written Florida law now looks like it is giving the publics right to use the dry sand portions of the beach the part we sunbathe and build sand castles on, the part we walk when the tide is high and we want to go for miles, the part we mostly use to the private homeowners along much of it. But not without a fight, thats for sure. I recently attended a beach affidavit signing event at the Peters Point county beach access. Lots of people were hanging out on the beach as usual, but were sure to see the canopy where volunteer notaries were certifying everyones signed affidavits which asked questions like, What parts of the beach do you use, from where to where? and, What activities have you observed on dry sand areas of the beach? Now we have to prove we use the beach! Why else did most of us move here, anyway? Why do people come here for their vacations? What is Fernandina without a Beach? I couldnt have timed my visit to Peters Point any better all the factors were at play. Just behind the affidavitsigning canopy were the giant high-rise condominiums of Carlton Dunes. This is the usual start of my five-mile morning beach walks, that Ive been doing for years, although not as often lately as I should. My early morning walks start at Peters Point and continue to American Beach, where I head inland and take the pedestrian pathway back to my origin. All along the beach, most mornings, I greet dog-walkers, say hello to turtle volunteers searching for nests, talk with fishermen about their catches, watch kids digging in the sand, and people lying in the sun. All along the way I have always seen people enjoying the dry sand areas of this particular beach. Ive written about these walks many times in my 15 or so years writing this column, and most always I find something new to talk about. But today this walk turned sour on me. It was already too hot for a long walk, but I started south anyway. I was quickly horrified to see new signs in front of these condos all the way from Peters Point to the Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island. No trespassing or camping. Private property extends to mean high water mark seaward of this sign. I never before considered that this walk of mine down the beach could be closed to me, but if the Ritz-Carlton follows suit, and the beachfront homeowners beyond this do the same, my walk is over. When I saw these signs, I walked back to the ocean; the tide was coming in and who even knows exactly where the mean high water mark is. I took a guess and shot a photo from there, with the Carlton Dunes looking small in the distance. All that soft white sand, a place where people fly kites and play Frisbee, walk their dogs and lie in the sun, right next to the main parking lot at Peters Point. On the other side of Peters Point is another private complex and more private houses to the north. If they follow this approach as well, all the beach goers to Peters Point could now be crushed into a very limited beach closed off by private property on both sides. Ever been to New Jersey beaches? That could be us. And what about all those houses even further north from there? Yes, we have beach accesses that we are proud of, but what beach will they access beyond the width of the small parking lots? Private homes border these accesses and they could potentially close off their dry sand too. While I was pondering the horrors of a new world on Amelia Island, I noticed still other related activity. Manzie and Drake surveyors were on the beach too, following Nassau County orders to mark another invisible beach boundary the erosion control line, which might well be closer to the homes than the mean high water mark, but who knows. All I know is, everyone I know loves the beach. Our beach. Our home. Lets not let that be taken away. Pat Foster-Turley is a zoologist on Amelia Island. She welcomes your nature questions and observations. rffnPHOTOS BY PAT FOSTER-TURLEY/FOR THE NEWS-LEADERAbove, volunteer notaries staff an affidavit-signing event at Peters Point in front of Carlton Dunes. Below, new signs have sprouted in front of Carlton Dunes. t bnn rfntb tfrffnfrf NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 9 6/19/18 3:52 PM

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oo T rf Nw ntbtlon SUBMITTED PHOTOSRob Southwick Sr. and Robert Southwick Jr. spent Fathers Day fishing offshore of Fernandina Beach. They landed kingfish, red snapper, grouper, amberjack and sea bass on Sunday. The Florida High School Athletic Associations Fred E. Rozelle Sportsmanship Award winners have been announced, and Yulee Middle School was among them. Recognizing member schools that promote sportsmanship both on and off the field, the award is given to schools whose athletic teams demonstrated exemplary sportsmanship during the 2017-18 regular season and FHSAA State Series competition. This year, 10 high schools and two middle schools received the prestigious award. One of our goals as an Association is to promote and reward outstanding sportsmanship, FHSAA Executive Director George Tomyn said. This mission statement goes far beyond the confines of competition; it reaches into everyday life and will assist our student-athletes as they develop into productive citizens in communities around the state. We are thrilled to award these schools who exemplify not only sportsmanship, but teamwork and citizenship as well.   The award, presented annually since 1991, is named in honor of FHSAA Commissioner Emeritus Fred E. Rozelle. The overall classification recipient is presented to one school in each classification whose total sports program best exemplifies the qualities of sportsmanship as demonstrated by its coaches, players and spectators. Awards are also given to a runner up within each classification. Criteria for selection of the winners includes programs and activities implemented within the school and community to promote sportsmanship; the number and type of exceptional sportsmanship reports; and the source of the nomination. Classification runner-ups receive $500 and a commemorative plaque, with the classification winner taking home $2,500 and a plaque. The Fernandina Beach High School girls basketball team kicked off its summer schedule by playing a double-header on Thursday against Bishop Snyder and Fleming Island. The FBHS Lady Pirates took control early and never looked back as they defeated Bishop Snyder 44-24. The Lady Pirates played Fleming Island next and found themselves behind the whole game. But, they took the lead with less than a minute to go on a 3-pointer by freshman Maddie Millar. The Lady Pirates kept their composure in the final seconds, winning 40-38. It has a different vibe from last season, as we have a new nucleus of players learning to gel together and learn our system of play, Coach Jacob Nantz said. I am encouraged by a lot of what I saw, but we realize we have a lot to work on in fundamentals and game decisions as we are setting our goals high for next season. The Lady Pirates are home on June 28 with games at 5 p.m. (junior varsity) and 7 p.m.rf r The Yulee High School baseball coaches and players conducted a youth camp last week on Hornet Field. Head Coach Fred Matricardi, above right, and coach Josh Cassidy, right center, give hands-on instruction.PHOTOS BY BETH JONES/NEWS-LEADER NEW Sports Wed.indd 1 6/19/18 10:46 AM

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Master Tom Gagne is offering adult tai chi classes at 6 p.m. Tuesdays and ThursAcademy of Fernandina Beach at paksfernbch@ yahoo.com or 261-8660.rffntbnrThe Nassau Sport Fishing Association will sponsor a seminar on surf fishing by noted guide and instructor be held from 9:30 a.m. to noon June 23 at Burney Park at American Beach, 95570 to be a club member to participate. This is a class, not a practice session. Participants need not bring their own equipment. discussed and demonstrated ing techniques with a spinning to put different fresh bait on the hook (shrimp, crab, clams, sharks, rays and catfish. The NSFA is asking people to bring lawn chairs, as seating is limited. Water and sodas will www.thesurfangler.com. Additional information and the NSFA website, www.nsfafish.net. The Nassau Sport Fishing Association, founded in 1983, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organipromote salt water fishing in the Nassau County area while adhering to state, federal and local regulations, to encourage compliance with rules of water safety by club members and the general public and to promote youth-related comFor information contact Rick Mowery, NSFA board member, at 206-0347 or email info@nsfafish.net.Faith Christian Academy is offering a boys flag football camp July 23-27 at the FCA Upper School Campus located Church, 464067 SR 200 (at Blackrock Road). It is open to rising fifth through 12th graders. of attending three-day ($65), ($100) camps. Camp will run from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., with p.m. for an additional fee ($10/ day, $25/week). A registration form must be completed for each participant. For information, contact Coach Glenn Parrish, athletic director for Faith Christian Academy, at 321-2137 or 412-1408.rbAmelia Island Nassau program for youths ages 8-12. Registration is now open for the spring season. There are teaching clinics throughout the year. No prior experience or knowledge of the sport is required. The league is comwith or without experience. Register at www.tshq.bluesombrero.com/ameliaislandlax. Email aincyouthlacrosse@ Fred McFarlin at (252) 2297033 or 277-6702.ntbThe 36th annual Fernandina Beach Fishing Rodeo, presented by the Nassau Sport Fishing Association, will be held Aug. 4 at the Fernandina Harbor Marina. It is sanctioned by the Southern of their 2018 Tournament Trail national championship series. There is a kingfish The traditional silent auction and raffle will be going on full swing Friday and Saturday. For food, there will be barbecue along with the fully-equipped Scoops ice cream stand. The Budweiser Beer Wagon will be on hand along with other non alcoholic summer heat. tainment on Friday and play along with some brandnew trucks from local dealers. The weigh-in is from 2-5 captain Rick Ryals, Florida Sportsman TV and radio personality, will be the emcee. Online tournament registrations are encouraged, but checks will also be accepted. cess a check if it is mailed in, the early registration fee rate. See all of the registration information and instructions at www.nsfafish.net. VISA, MasterCard, American cards are accepted. Early entry deadline is July based on the number of boats registered, will be awarded in a special presentation that will begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. This year, tournament orgathe tournament. nsfafish.net or call the tournament committee at 277-8889.ntbbThe Amelia Island Sailing Club meets the first Tuesday Athletic Club at Ten Acres, located off Buccaneer Trail. Social hour starts at 6:30 p.m., followed by a potluck dinner, business meeting and guest speaker presentation. Guests are welcome. The AISC is a great way to meet new friends who boating. Current boat ownership or sailing skills are not prerequisites to joining. Club excursions by water and/or land, sailboat racing, social ming with manatees, picnics surrounding waters. Contact Commodore Tom Maguire at (703) 298-1714.bThe Amelia Island Boules Club holds petanque pickup games on the petanque courts at Central Park, corner of 11th Street, Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. and most afternoons on weekdays. Petanque (pay-tonk) is a cousin of both horseshoes and bocce, the Italian bowling game. The public is always welcome. Call 491-1190.bbThe Nassau Sport Fishing Association holds its monthly business meetings on the second Wednesday of each month. The monthly social gettogether is held on the fourth Wednesday of each month. The location for both meetings Buccaneer Trail, Fernandina Beach. All are welcome. The Nassau Sport Fishing Association, founded in 1983, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organipromote saltwater fishing in the Nassau County area while adhering to state, federal and local regulations, to encourage compliance with rules of water safety by club members and the general public, and to promote youth-related comContact President Dennis Burke at (256) 453-4744 or email info@nsfafish.net.rtnbbrbThe North Florida Bicycle bicycle rides each week at Amelia Island and in Nassau County. Cyclists of all abilities are welcome. Helmets and a bicycle in good working condition are required. Bicycle safety will each ride. Cyclists typically split into groups, depending on pace options to cut the ride short. Anyone who joins the group optional. www.ameliaislandcycling.com, www.ameliaislandtrail.org or www.nfbc.us. Submit items for Sports Shorts to bjones@fbnewsleader.com. MemberPlus tax Everyday after 1:00pm$18Plus tax Everyday after 1:00pm$22Beach Card Plus tax Everyday after 1:00pm$25Public 9 Hole Special $15Plus tax After 5:00pm Call today for your Tee Time 904-310-3175 fernandinabeachgolfclub.com & Easter Egg Hunt YUC46441 S UNDAY, APRIL 5th 10am BRUNCH 12pm EGG HUNTRSVP in the Restaurant or Call 90 4. 31 0. 31 75Reservations Requested $1 5.95 ADULTS | $7 .95 CHILDREN 12 & UNDER Not valid with any other specials or discounts brfftfrnbTest your skills against Sheriff Bill Leeper, fellow law enforcement officers and area leaders while helping to raise money to benefit the community. The Nassau County Sheriffs Office and NCSO Charities are sponsoring the fourth annual Sheriffs Golf Tournament on June 22 at the Golf Club at North Hampton, Fernandina Beach. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m., and the scramble shotgun start is at 8:30 a.m. The event will be followed with an awards ceremony and a meal. Form a four-person team for $500. Sponsorships are also available. Contact Larry Boatwright at 548-4027 or lboatwright@nassauso.com for information.rnbnThe 14th annual ALS Amelia Island Golf Classic, held in memory of John Louis ODay, will be held Aug. 3 at The Amelia Island Club at Long Point. Tournament proceeds benefit the ALS Association Florida Chapter. Entry fees are $200 per player or $800 for a foursome. The reception only is $50 per person. Sponsorships are available. Registration and warm-up with lunch buffet are from 10:30 a.m. to noon, with a shotgun start at noon. Format is a fourperson scramble. The dinner reception is from 5-8 p.m. and includes beer and wine, raffle prizes, awards, silent auction and live music. Contests include hole-in-one, longest drive and closest-to-the-pin (men and women) and putting on putting green. Awards go to the firstthrough fifth-place net teams and firstand second-place gross teams. All players receive a complimentary goody bag. Raffle tickets will be available for five for $20 or an entire arm wing span for $100. For information, contact Mark ODay at 553-0576 or odaym25@aol.com or visit www.ALSGolfAmelia.com. Renowned coach Aleks Mihailovic and his assistants are in town this week, running the Soccer Made In America youth camp at the Hickory Street Park. The camp runs through Friday.PHOTOS BY BETH JONES NEWS-LEADER NEW Sports Wed.indd 2 6/19/18 10:46 AM

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Just after high noon, a large kingfish took one of our long flat-lined blue runners and took off on a long run, Spencer Ross said. Jeffery Crabtree took charge of the deeply-bent kingfish rod and moved to the front of my Mercury-powered kingfish boat Flossy. I put my Mercury outboards in gear and began to chase that big kingfish down while maintaining a deep bend in Jeffs kingfish rod. Twenty minutes later, we sank our long kingfish gaff into a 48.9-pound kingfish and won first-place honors in last weekends SKA-sanctioned Two Way Kingfish Tournament. Earlier that morning, we checked out of Georgias Brunswick shipping channel and ran some 100 miles south to a deepwater kingfish live bottom. After jigging up a livewell full of blue runners, we began slow trolling live boats deep with our boats downriggers and on the surface. Kingfishing was slow during the morning until that big king struck a long flat-line live blue runner at high noon. Fortunately, the seas were calm, making the 200-mile round trip pleasant, especially when we were anticipating that we had the winning kingfish iced down in our kingfish bag. Making long-distance runs with modern day kingfish boats is made possible with twin and even quad outboards that can speed from 60-70 miles per hour on a slick, calm ocean. Many kingfish boats are rigged with 200-300 hp outboards with the change to fourstroke, more efficient outboards has been dramatic during past kingfish seasons. Ten percent of the horsepower of your outboard will give you a close estimate on how many gallons your outboard will burn in one hour at wide open throttle. For example, 300 hp will require 30 gallons per hour at wide open throttle. This formula can differ from 10-20 percent or, if you are running at 30 miles per hour, you are burning one gallon per mile. This will give you a close estimate on how many gallons of fuel you will burn when running and gunning for big macks. Several marine companies offer a variety of electronics that can accurately calculate the amount of fuel your engine or engines are burning. FloScan instrument company offers a variety of fuel monitoring gauges, in both dial and digital readouts. Mercury Marine and Yamaha Outboards also offer fuel monitoring gauges. Fuel-monitoring instruments show boaters when their outboard or outboard motors are running at the most fuelefficient RPMs. Fuel monitoring instruments will also tell boaters when the boat is burning more fuel than it normally burns because of fouled spark plugs or even a clogged fuel filter. An increased fuel reading and increased RPMs at the same speed should wave a red flag in front of the operator that something is wrong with the boats outboard or outboards. In many cases, costly repair bills can be avoided by fixing the problem before a major breakdown happens to your boats outboard engine. I know in the past that I have been guilty of purchasing lower-grade outboard motor oils but soon learned this could be a costly mistake down the road. Make sure you purchase the recommended outboard engine oil, and your outboard engine will not only run better, but it will also burn less fuel, which is also a huge saving with the price of fuel. Team Keep it Reel came in second place with a 35.01pound kingfish while Team Empire/Reel Drag took third place with a 34.15-pound kingfish. Reel Rebel weighed in the largest kingfish in the small F ERNANDINA B EACH T IDES T ides, Sun & Moo n : June 20-June 27, 2018 Sat. 6/23 Sun. 6/24 Mon. 6/25 Tues. 6/26 Fri. 6/22Thurs.6/21 Wed.6/27 Moonset 1:36A Sunrise 6:23A First Qtr. 6:52A Moonrise 1:41P Sunset 8:31P Wed.6/20 High 3:02A 8.24 Low 9:09A 1.52 High 3:42P 8.02 Low 9:40P 2.02 Moonset 2:12A Sunrise 6:23A Moonrise 2:40P Sunset 8:31P Moonset 2:47A Sunrise 6:23A Moonrise 3:38P Sunset 8:31P High 3:59A 7.95 Low 10:05A 1.57 High 4:42P 8.09 Low 10:41P 2.09 High 4:56A 7.95 Low 10:57A 1.59 High 5:40P 8.18 Low 11:39P 2.08 High 5:51A 7.52 Low 11:47A 1.59 High 6:34P 8.27 Low --P -- Moonset 3:58A Sunrise 6:24A Moonrise 5:30P Sunset 8:32P Low 12:33A 2.02 High 6:43A 7.39 Low 12:35P 1.61 High 7:23P 8.33 Moonset 4:36A Sunrise 6:24A Moonrise 6:25P Sunset 8:32P Low 1:23A 1.92 High 7:31A 7.29 Low 1:22P 1.62 High 8:08P 8.34 Moonset 5:17A Sunrise 6:25A Moonrise 7:19P Sunset 8:32P Tide 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 of land masses.Low 2:53A 1.73 High 8:58A 7.15 Low 2:46P 1.67 High 9:29P 8.21 Low 2:10A 1.83 High 8:16A 7.22 Low 2:05P 1.63 High 8:50P 8.30 Moonset 6:00A Sunrise 6:25A Moonrise 8:11P Sunset 8:32P Moonset 3:22A Sunrise 6:24A Moonrise 4:35P Sunset 8:32P Call us at (904) 321-4001 or stop by one of our offices474303 E. State Road 200, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 1721 S. 8 th Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 LOOKING TO BUY OR SELL YOUR HOME IN 2018?We welcome walk-ins Monday-Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm AMELIA SHOTGUN SPORTS WINTER HOURS: WED.-SUN. 9:00AM-5:30PMwww.AmeliaShotgunSports.com Jimmy Muller www.MullerChokes.com Seasoned Shooters Or New To Shooting WE HAVE WHAT YOU NEED! 86300 Hot Shot Trail, Yulee FL Located Minutes From I-95 and JAX International Airport (GPS Address: 86512 Goodbread Road, Yulee, FL 32097) Dawn Grant www.DawnGrant.com boat division with a 30.87pound kingfish. Rex Johnson took single engine honors with a 14.01-pound kingfish. The Southern Kingfish Association King Buster tournament will be held from Jacksonvilles Marine Max Marina Saturday and Sunday. For information, contact Don Dingman at 509-0026 or captdonhtf@comcast.net. The 36th annual Fernandina Beach Kingfish & Fishing Rodeo will take place Aug. 3-4 from the Fernandina Harbor Marina. Fishermen can compete in a variety of divisions, including backwater and offshore species of gamefish as well as largest kingfish division. There will also be awards for lady angler, junior angler, small boat, single engine and several backwater and offshore species. The event is sanction by the SKA. For information, visit www. nsfafish.net.SPECIALReid Parry, Spencer Ross, Hayden Englehart, Ryan Hagin and Jeff Crabtree, from left, took first place in the SKAsanctioned Two Way Kingfish Tournament over the weekend with a 48.9-pound kingfish. TERRY LACOSS/SPECIALBeach fishing was popular this past weekend at the southern portion of Amelia Island where four-wheel drive vehicles backed right up to the surf.TERRY LACOSS/SPECIALAn excellent king mackerel migration is taking place close to shore and offshore of Northeast Florida, where kingfish up to 55 pounds are being caught. Pictured is Donald Skippers kingfish boat the Miss Pamela. rfntnFERNANDINA BEACH PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT RECREATION ROUNDUP Visit www.fbfl.us for information on any of these programs or activities. AQUATICS SUMMER GROUP SWIMMING LESSONS. Register at the Atlantic Center. American Red Cross Levels 1-2 (1-week classes): $40 city residents, $50 non-city. Levels 3-4 (two-week classes): $55 city residents, $68 non-city. Morning lessons at Atlantic pool on Atlantic Avenue, evening lessons at MLK Jr. pool on Elm Street. Visit the Atlantic Center or www. fbfl.us. SUMMER AQUA-ADVENTURE CAMP July 2, 3, 5 and 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for three days, one day from 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Meet at the Atlantic Center. Campers should bring lunch and refillable water bottle every day. Ages 10-15. $150 city residents, $187 non-city. Register at the Atlantic Center. Contact Kathy Russell at 627-8303 or krussell@fbfl.org for information. JUNIOR LIFEGUARD EXPLORATION program for ages 9-13 (participants must be able to swim one full length of the pool unassisted and tread water for two minutes). This course explores several lifeguarding environments, including pool, beach, water park and river. Classroom and water sessions; from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. July 23-27 (meet at the Atlantic Center). $150 city residents, $187 non-city. Register at the Atlantic Center in person or call 310-3350, ext. 1. Email Kathy Russell at krussell@fbfl. org. OCEAN BEACH JUNIOR LIFEGUARD program for ages 10-15 (participants must be able to swim two full pool lengths proficiently, using front crawl and/or breaststroke, swim 10 yards underwater and tread water for three minutes). This program emphasizes physical fitness and personal safety and explores ocean aquatic safety techniques. It is primarily held at Main Beach and will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 25-29 or July 9-13. Meet at the Atlantic Center for transportation to Main Beach). $150 city residents, $187 non-city. Register at the Atlantic Center in person or call 310-3350, ext. 1. Email Kathy Russell at krussell@fbfl.org for information. PRIVATE SWIMMING LESSONS, age 2 to adults, 30-minute single session, $25 city resident, $31 non-city; four-pack, $75 city resident, $94 non-city. Schedule at Atlantic Center. AQUA 1 and DEEP WATER AEROBICS at Atlantic pool. Aqua 1 (shallow water) classes are Monday-Friday from 10-10:55 a.m. Aqua Gym (combination of shallow and deep water) classes are at the MLK Jr. pool on Elm Street Monday and Wednesday from 4-4:55 p.m. and 5:15-6:10 p.m. Deep Water classes (aqua fitness belts required) are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11-11:55 a.m. and Tuesday and Thursday from 9-9:55 a.m. Monthly, one class/day, $50 city residents, $63 non-city residents; monthly, two classes/day, $65 city residents, $81 non-city; $5/day for one class, city residents, $6 non-city; $10/day for two classes, city resident, $12 non-city. Aqua Gym monthly fees are $30 city residents, $38 non-city. Water Aerobics/Fitness combination passes available (includes use of Atlantic Fitness Room). Inquire at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Center. SCUBA CLASSES at Atlantic Pool. two-hour introductory experience that consists of a short classroom session and trying scuba in our pool with a certified scuba diving instructor or divemaster. Ages 8 and up, $50/person city residents, $62 non-city; $80/couple city residents, $100 non-city; $150/group city residents (up to six people), $188 non-city. Scheduled at your convenience. TION: Private and group instruction available. Standard course: $275 (additional check-out dive fee). eLearner course: $205. Participants must provide their own masks, snorkels, fins, booties, and weight belts. Ages 10 and up. Additional information and training schedule for 2017 available at the Atlantic Center. BEACH WHEELCHAIRS can be reserved at the Atlantic Center by paying a refundable $50 deposit. Call 310-3350 for availability. NEW Sports Wed.indd 3 6/19/18 8:32 AM

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Nw rfntbf CtwrS pllt W e all struggle to find the best way to keep track of our many appointments, birthdays and other critical information. How to keep organized? Its a puzzle. I continue to try and find the perfect system. Too many calendars fill my life. There is the one on my computer that I dont trust. The same calen dar is supposed to pop-up on my phone and laptop. A cheerful bing tells me that I have a dentist appointment or lunch with friends or it is a grandchilds birthday. Everyone has a different system. I struggle between my technology and my good old-fashioned appointment calendar. I like to rely on a real, hold-in-your-hand, old-fashioned paper calendar. It is large with generous boxes to fill in appointments and birthdays. Sometimes those handwritten notes are mysterious. I once found a neat note indicating a lunch date. Problem? No name of who I was joining for lunch or where. Do they all match? Think you know the answer. Rarely. Big Guy shakes his head and smiles when he sees me juggling my calendars and trying to reconcile all of them to ensure I do not miss anything. Many use both. Big Guy loves his computer screen calendar but also has a small Day-Timer. We all strive to find the perfect system and ensure we will be at the right place, at the right time with the right people (or doctor). So bless those patient receptionists who spend their days calling people to remind them of an appointment. You know the call. You look at the caller ID and it is doctor so and sos office. Every once in a while, you realize, yes, your calendar system has failed. The appointment either works into your schedule or it doesnt and Rebecca Receptionist tries to find a new date to fit in your busy schedule. Then she has to take her list of folks waiting for a cancellation and contact them and try and coordinate with their calendar. Bet she hears more than her share of excuses for missed appointments. The dog ate my calendar? Lists challenge me too. Many people keep their shopping lists on their phones. The phone thing doesnt work for me but works for lots of people. I envy those superorganized people who go up and down the grocery store aisles and checking their phone list to ensure they dont forget anything. Big Guy keeps his list on his phone. When I remind him we are out of dog food, he is quick to make a note on his phone list. I am an old-fashioned paper list person. Where is that list when I get to the store? On the kitchen counter. Technology or pen and paper or both? We all have our own system. To receive her weekly newsletter or get information about her books including her four From the Porch books contact Dickie at dickie.anderson@gmail.com. SUBMITTED PHOTOSrfWild Amelia Junior Naturalists enjoyed an early Saturday morning silent nature walk at Fort Clinch State Park, led by park volunteer Amy Wade. Junior Naturalists who participated in Saturdays walk included Nooretet McClurg, Naserian McClurg, Gabe Moser, Wyatt Smith, and Quinn Johnston, above. Members spotted whitetail deer, dolphins, gopher tortoises, and numerous crabs, below.SUBMITTEDntbbfnnAmelia Island Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution recently inducted four new members bringing its total membership to 203. Registrar Sharon Driscoll stands at the far left with Chaplain Sherry Harrell and Regent Lynn Leisy to the right. New members standing left to right are Esther Brown Mohanes, Kimberly Marie Westbrook, and Susan Jane Pence. New members not present are Deborah Jo Hall Brunner and Janet Kay Snowden Watts. The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution is the largest womens service organization in the world and contributes over one million volunteer hours a year. Members of the Amelia Island Chapter contribute approximately 5,000 volunteer hours and $4,000 in scholarships and awards in Nassau County each year. fn fMembers of the Community Service Committee of the Amelia Island Newcomers Club stand at the prize table, filled with items donated by Newcomers Club members for the June Bingo game, which benefited The Arc Nassau. The committee has supported this bi-monthly event to assist Arc clients over the past 11 years.JANE GRIFFITHS/SUBMITTEDfn nnfThe Kiwanis Club of Fernandina Beach recently spent an evening with Susan Martin, new chairwoman of the Amelia Island Museum of History. She discussed the museums monthly presentations, weekly tours in town, and docent programs. She also highlighted the museums new capital project to revise some of its exhibitions. Pictured from left are Kiwanian Rich Billings, Martin, Kiwanis President Rob McCannell, Mike Pallen and Mattie Scruggs.SUBMITTED rn bThe Princess Amelia Chapter of the Colonial Dames XVII Century recently presented a check to the Fernandina Beach branch of the Nassau County Public Library System for the purchase of childrens history books. Pictured from left are Chapter Librarian Susan Kosciulek, Fernandina Beach Branch Library Assistant Director Janet Loveless and Chapter President Georgia Murray. Colonial Dames XVII Century is a national lineagebased organization of women with documented ancestors living in the country before 1701. Its primary mission is the preservation of historic sites and records, promotion of heraldry and coats of arms, support of charitable projects, and the education of the nations children. SUBMITTED NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 13 6/19/18 10:03 AM

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A spaghetti dinner fund raiser for Jeffrey Rowland will be held 6-8 p.m. June 21 All proceeds will help with outof-pocket costs. Tickets are $10 and will be available at the door. To by tickets in advance, The award-winning romantic comedy Guys and Dolls is playing at Amelia Musical Playhouse in Fernandina Beach. The show tells the story of gambler Nathan Detroit trying to find the cash to set up the biggest crap game in town while the authorities breathe down his neck. Meanwhile, his girlfriend and nightclub performer, been engaged for 14 years. Nathan turns to fellow gam bler, Sky Masterson, for the dough, and Sky ends up chas ing the straight-laced mission ary, Sarah Brown, as a result. p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. For ticketing and questions, visit ameliamusi Island Walkway in Fernandina Beach. Amelia Community Theatre is currently presentcomedy A Midsummer In this play that blurs fantasy and reality, the course of true love is an obstacle course, with trickery at every turn. The interwoven plots of the play have at their center the wedding of Duke Theseus and the Amazon Queen Hippolyta. A group of amateur actors, known as the mechanicals, are in the forest to rehearse a play they are to perform at the wedding. Quince, Bottom, Flute, Snout, and Snug have the best of intentions, but they struggle to learn their parts. In another part of the forest are four young lovers on the run. Hermia loves Lysander, but her father demands that she marry Demetrius. Demetrius is rather a cad, but from loving him. Can the four sort themselves into two happy couples? Finally, in the realm of the fairies, King Oberon and Queen Titania have a disagreement that results in Oberon command ing his sprite, Puck, create some mischief with a love potion that makes a person fall in love with the first living thing he or she sees upon awakening from sleep. The scene is then set, all under the light of the moon, for chaos and confusion to reign. However, harmony and order are restored by the end of the play, with Puck assuring the audience that it was all just a dream. Performances will be at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday, St. Tickets are $22 for adults and $10 for students through college and are available at AmeliaCommunityTheatre.org Horizons Restaurant will host a Jazz Party Weekend with the Dynamic Les DeMerle Jazz Trio featuring Bonnie Coast Highway location on Amelia Island. For reserva Courtrthomp@gmail.com. A The Fernandina Beach High School Class of 1983 will hold its 35-year reunion will be held at 6 p.m. Friday, June 22, at the Down Under but you may purchase food and drink on your own if you like. Then, a barbecue dinner Chem-Cell Clubhouse, located Fernandina Beach. The cost payment information. Community Yoga + Wellness will host a belly dance workshop studio in Fernandina Beach. This beginner workshop is fun, energetic and fabulously move your hips to exotic music with belly dance teacher Margarita Dodd. For more information and to register, visit yoga-amelia. com/workshops. Dance available for $16 at the door. Sandra Baker-Hinton will teach a water-based painting The Nassau County next quarterly luncheon, Tuesday, June 26, at the will feature Amelia Island Convention and Visitors Langley as the guest speaker. He will discuss how tourism affects Nassau County, where tourists come from and why they decide to visit Amelia Island. The event is $20 for members and $40 for prospec tive members. Advanced reg istration and pre-payment are preferred. For information visit nassaucountyflchamber.com Local artist Lisa Inglis will host painting parties during the summer $20 per canvas with several designs from which to choose. You start whenever you show up and work at your own pace. All supplies are provided. p.m. on June 26, July 10 and and 18. June 28, July 12 and 26, Aug. Tickets are on sale at Amelia Community Theatre for the musical theater camp production of Disney and Mary Poppins Jr. Performances of this one-hour family musical All tickets are $10, available at AmeliaCommunityTheatre. curtain.Community Yoga + Wellness will hold back care healing yoga classes throughout July. The series of four classes scheduled for and 26 will cover recupera tive poses for repairing injury, finding appropriate mobility or stability bringing blood flow for decreased inflamma tion, and tips for helping stay safe and injury-free at home. Participation requires a reser vation which can be made at yoga-amelia.com/workshops. No previous yoga experience is needed. The cost of the class is $60. The Friends of the Library Book Club will meet Thursday, July 12, at 7 p.m. Episcopal Church to discuss Brooks. The program is free and open to the public. Future meeting dates and books to by Jesmyn by Marjane Satrapi; Oct. 11, by by Henry James; Jan. 10, by Amor Towles; Feb. 14, by Julian Barnes. The Fernandina Beach High School Class of 1978 is planning its 40-year reunion. A meet and greet will be held Sandbar & Kitchen at Main Beach (no charge). Dinner and dancing will take place 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, person). A pre-reunion get-together or more information, contact or visit the FBHS Class of Ballroom On Amelia offers Two for Tuesday group classes with Bachata Merengue at 8 p.m. Tuesday classes are $10 per person or p.m. Thursdays for $10 per person. There will be no Friday Night Dance Party in June. Ballroom On Amelia is at Studios. Neither a partner nor a reservation is required. For information, call 624-0886 or visit ballroomonamelia.com or the Ballroom on Amelia Facebook page. Beach is currently holding its 15th annual fundraiser for the local Community Hospice. This year, the company will hold a silent auction that will include items and ser vices donated by local hotels, golf courses, restaurants, the staff and more. The auction Items may be viewed at magnasalon.com and at the salon, Donations are also welcome. Checks should be made pay able to Community Hospice and Palliative Care and can National Philanthropy Award for Small Business. The Hilliard Branch Library will offer beginning Spanish classes 6-8 p.m. Thursdays for the next nine weeks. The classes are free and aimed at adults, though teens 14 and older are wel option ) for information. Learn tai chi at an evening practice to connect mind and body? Tai Chi might be perfect for you. This ancient practice is taught by Davis Burbank at Community Yoga + Wellness, amelia.com to check the class schedule. Six classes are $60. Ms. Ernie Albert, director of the Peck Center Library, will host children in pre-K through second grade at a new Story & Activity Hour at the Peck Library every Thursday morning at 10 a.m. Stories will include programs by Fernandina Beach firefight ers with mascot Sparky, local Murray and the Fernandina Story & Activity hour program Peck Center Library is located on the first floor of the Peck 10th St. in Fernandina Beach. Professional, traditional acrylic painting classes with Kathy Maurer are available Friday mornings from 10 a.m. landscapes, still life and more. Any level. For information call Resin epoxy, dirty pour art classes are being held Mondays at Clay Times Art Center, located at 112 S. Third St. in Fernandina Beach. All materials are provided for you to create your own 12-by12-inch piece of art, which can be picked up the next day when it has cured to a glassregister, contact Julie Delfs at The Amelia Knitting Club first Thursday of each month Eighth Street. Kings Bay RC Modelers, a small club with excellent facilities, consisting of friendly people passionate about our hobby. We welcome pilots of all levels. To learn more please visit bit.ly/2xDcFBd. Bingo is played every Thursday at American St. The public is invited to play in the meeting hall. Doors consists of nine games for prizes, and proceeds are donated to help veterans and the community. You must be 18 to be in the hall during play. Lions Club bingo, every Thursday and Sunday, Yulee Lions Club Bingo Hall. Doors open at 4 p.m., warm-ups Participants must be 18 years ACBL Duplicate Bridge, Fernandina Beach. Amelia Island Duplicate Bridge Club hosts the only sanctioned ACBL duplicate bridge games on the island. Monday, 1 Thursday, 1 p.m. For informaContract bridge, Monday and Thursday, except the first Fernandina Beach. Living With Loss is a support group organized by the Nassau Alcohol Crime Drug Abatement Coalition for any one who has lost a loved one and needs a safe place for comfort and support. Meetings St., Fernandina Beach. Cost nacdac.com for information. Dust off your drum sticks, oil your valves or wet your reed to join the Nassau Community Band! The ensemble meets weekly at 6 p.m. Thursdays in the Yulee Middle School band room, information, visit www.nas saucommunityband.com. r p r ffntnb rntnbTHE 4TH OF JULY ACROSS 1. Battle ____, pl. and hall-of-famer new again, prefix 16. Floridian preda tor partner there at a barbecue ignation 24. ____ your keep 28. The Nutcracker outfit holder sion 40. Like a devoted fan 41. Bear Down Under 44. Honey wine, pl. arch at another time Continental Congress events on the 4th Spangled Banner find most drinks on the 4th ecbatic mand dot bikini DOWN jeans 2. Show appreciation of an American Family 6. On top of erage? 8. Polynesian king dom 11. Fungal spore sacs 12. Between Phi and Kappa 20. Lorry in America 22. Old-fashioned before 24. Europe/Asia portmanteau Presidents to die on July 4th 26. Drove my chevy to the ____ Joanne Angelina attacker Sense author taro plant play? disapproval Across melody 60. Opposite of base 61. A bunch 68. ____, the Beloved Country rfnSeason tickets for Amelia Community Theatres 38th season are on sale now. The 2018-19 season, beginning Sept. 1, is a season with surprising comedy, stimulating drama, and well-loved music, with classic and contemporary shows on ACTs two stages. Opening the season on the Main Stage at 207 Cedar St. in late September is a comedy set in a senior living facility, Ripcord, followed by a December comic mystery that pays tribute to Sherlock Holmes, The Games Afoot or Holmes for the Holidays. The British comedy Jeeves in Bloom is in February, with the family musical Annie in April, the modern drama The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time in June and the comedy The Savannah Sipping Society in August 2019. On ACTs more intimate Studio 209 stage, at 209 Cedar St., This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing in September, is a modern fairytale for children and adults. The quirky comedy End Days in November is followed by the dark comedy The Roommate in January. In March, ACT has a laugh-out-loud show about middle-aged dating, Looking, with Clever Littles Lies, a clever play about truth and consequences, in May. The studio season ends with Epic Proportions in July, a farce by the creators of the television show, Friends. For the 2018-19 season, there are three season ticket options available, including the brand new 12-show All-ACT Season Ticket Pass for $195, offering one ticket for each of the six main shows, and one ticket for each of the Studio 209 shows. The traditional six-show season ticket is $115 with one ticket for each Main Stage show, and the five-show season ticket for $100 lets you select five main stage shows of your choice. Season ticket pass holders may select their performance dates and seats for any of the plays beginning June 1. Amelia Community Theatre is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization registered with the state of Florida. Season tickets may be purchased by visiting AmeliaCommunityTheatre.org, by calling 261-6749 or visiting the ACT Box Office at 207 Cedar St. from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays through the end of June. NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 14

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This is just one of many adorable kittens that are available for adoption. His name is Ben-Ten and he is a 2-monthold orange and white tabby. We have many different sizes and colors of kittens that are just jumping at the chance to find a home. All cats and kittens are spayed or neutered and get a round of boosters and a microchip. If they are still too young to get the surgery, you can foster to adopt and keep the kitten at home until it makes weight. Come and see them for yourself. It will be hard to pick just one! This beautiful dogs name is Velvet. She is a 9-year-old Labrador retriever with a soft black coat and a little grey on her muzzle. Velvet has been our guest here since March 2018. She is a sweet girl but because she is so anxious about getting a new home, she barks at everyone who goes by her kennel, which makes people walk away. Velvet is trying to get someones attention for love and affection. She is ready and packed to go! To see our animals, come to the Nassau County Animal Services, located at 86078 License Road in Fernandina Beach, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. For more information, call 530-6150. This week our Pets of the Week have something special in common theyre truly sweet, loving souls! Tomahawk is a very handsome mixed-breed dog and about 2 years old. Hes housetrained and walks well on his leash. He gets along well with other dogs at the shelter, and hes mellow and enjoys attention. Hes a leaner who will gently lean in on you to soak up all the loving he can. He loves to be petted and will close his eyes and smile in appreciation. Hes fully-grown at about 65 pounds. He has a gorgeous brindle coat with white markings and soulful brown eyes. He came to us from a shelter that was out of space, so hes a true rescue dog. Hes already neutered, micro-chipped, up to date on his shots, and ready to go home with you. Please come meet our special, lovable Tomahawk! Pierogi is one of the sweetest, most affectionate cats youll find! Shes a beautiful grey-and-white longhaired cat with the prettiest green eyes. Shes a sweet senior, and she adores being petted. Shell come right up to you to say hello and ask politely for you to pick her up and love her. She also enjoys cuddling in your lap. Shell purr contentedly to thank you! She enjoys lounging in the cattery or in our front office where she can watch all the activities. She is a gentle lady who will be a wonderful companion. Shed probably like a quiet home and she could be perfect for an older person or couple, or for anyone who appreciates a pet with such a loving disposition. Pierogi is spayed and vaccinated and has a microchip. She is ready to meet you now! Our adoption center at 639 Airport Road in Fernandina Beach now is open an hour later on Wednesdays so you can come over after work! Were open 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays; 1 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays; 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sundays. The center is closed Mondays. You can see pictures and videos of our adoptable pets on our website at NassauHumaneSociety.com. You can contact us at 321-1647 or info@nassauhumane.org and follow us on Facebook. Come meet your new best friend! Tootsie is a tortoiseshell young adult. She has a sweet disposition, is playful and loves her daily treats, but she tends to be on the shy side until she really gets to know you. If you would like the reward of earning Tootsies trust, then you would be the perfect forever home for her. June is Adopt a Shelter Cat Month and is a great time to think about adding a furry friend in your life. Cats Angels has many adult cats who are waiting to meet you. They all have been spayed or neutered and micro-chipped and are current on their vaccinations. Our Adoption Center is open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday or you can call 321-2267 to make an appointment to visit. Cats Angels is a volunteerbased organization helping the community since 2001 with low-cost spay and neuter services and TNVR (TrapNeuter-Vaccinate-Return to Caregiver). We receive no local or federal government funding and operate solely on private donations, fund raising, grants and sales from our Thrift Store. Your support is appreciated. If you want to know more about how to support or donate to Cats Angels, visit www.catsangels.com and click on How To Help where you will find many ways to lend a hand. Recycle your aluminum and cat food cans at the bins in our parking lot at 709 S. Eighth Street. We graciously accept donations for cat care and resale items at our Thrift Store. Information about our spay-neuter, TNVR and adoption programs is on our website. Cats Angels welcomes volunteers to help us care for the cats and as retail clerks in our Thrift Store. Our volunteer application is online or you can call or stop by Cats Angels to sign up. The Thrift Store at Cats Angels is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Cats Angels can help you get the animals in your care spayed or neutered. It will control the overpopulation of unwanted cats and dogs. Visit the Spay/Neuter TNVR page on our website or call us at 321-2267 for help with feral and community cats or information on low-cost spay-neuter services. Spay and Neuter The Responsible Solution. rf r Cats Angels has announced it is accepting submissions for its 2019 Purrfect Cats of Cats Angels calendar. Photos will be accepted through Aug. 31. Members of the Island Art Association will judge the submissions, and the winning photo will earn the coveted calendar cover shot. Four runners-up will have a full page in the calendar. Photos should be of a cat rescued through Cats Angels, but even if you dont have a Cats Angels cat, there are plenty of furry faces in the Cats Angels Adoption Center waiting for their time in the limelight! Contest information and submission forms can be found on the counter at the Cats Angels Thrift Store at 709 S. 8th St. and will soon be on our website, www.catsangels.com. The 2017 Purrfect Cats of Cats Angels calendar was a sellout and proceeds from the calendar sales help support our low-cost spay and neuter, TNVR (Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return to Caregiver) and adoption programs. Cats Angels Thrift Shop and Adoption Center is located at 709 S. Eighth Street and open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. Cats Angels is also looking for businesses and sponsors to help defray the cost of printing the calendar. If you would like to be a sponsor, contact Cats Angels at 321-2267 or catsangels@catsangels.com.STEPHAN LEIMBERG/SPECIALAmelia Musical Playhouse will present the final performances of Guys and Dolls at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The show is an oddball romantic comedy about a gambler trying to set up the biggest craps game in town while the authorities breathe down his neck. Visit ameliamusicalplayhouse.com or call 277-3455 for tickets and information.SUBMITTED PHOTOSClockwise, Fernandina Beach Mayor Johnny Miller recently presented a proclamation to the Amelia Island Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution as members prepared to conduct the groups annual Flag Retirement Ceremony on Flag Day, Thursday, June 14, at Nassau County Fire Station 20, located at 5518 First Coast Highway on Amelia Island. The chapters Service for Veterans Chairwoman Cara Curtain invited the audience to participate in the cer emony. Vietnam Veterans of America 1088 provided the color guard for the ceremony. Historian Becky Maley, left, and Carol Elefterian remove the union from the flag to prepare it for burning. Each stripe was then removed as Chaplain Sherry Harrell announced the name of the state it represents. Seven year old Sydney Wagnstrom presents a stripe of the flag for burning by Fire Station 20 personnel. Wagnstrom is the librarian of the Vaughan-Latham Society, Children of the American Revolution. DONT LITTERSP SP A A Y ~ NEUTER Y ~ NEUTER A Public Service Announcement by The News-Leader Emily Carrier, Will Wiley, Kathryn Tremblay, and Eythan Robertson portray two young couples in love in A Midsummer Nights Dream at Amelia Community Theatre. Final performances of the show will be at 8 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Visit ameliacommunitytheatre.org or call 261-6749 for tickets and information.DAVID BURGHARDT SPECIAL rf NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 15 6/19/18 10:08 AM

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Al l cr edit or s of t he d ec ede nt a nd o t her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e on wh om a c op y of t hi s no ti ce i s re quir ed t o be s er ve d mu st file t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE T IM E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l ot he r cr edit or s of t he de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng c laim s or d em ands agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 M ON TH S AF TE R TH E DA TE O F TH E FI RS T PU BL ICA TI ON OF TH IS N OT IC E. AL L CL AI MS N OT F IL ED WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN S EC TI ON 7 33 .702 O F TH E FL OR ID A PR OB AT E CO DE WI LL B E FO RE VE R BA RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G TH E TI ME P ER IO D SE T FO RT H AB OV E A NY C LA IM F IL ED TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R TH E DE CE DE NT 'S D AT E OF DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f f ir st p ub lic ati on o f t hi s no ti ce i s Ju ne 20, 2018 Th om as M. D on ah oo, J r. Fl or ida Ba r No 78530 At to r ney f or P et itio ne r Do na hoo & McM en am y P.A 245 Ri ve rs ide Av enu e, Su it e 450 Jack so nv ille Flor ida 322 02 Te le ph o ne 904-354-8080 Facs imile :9 04 791-9563 JO SH UA L S TA NL EY Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at ive 2T 620-27-2018 #435735 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA PROBAT E DI VISION File Nu mb er: 2018 CP 200 IN R E : E ST AT E OF AM BE R NI CO LE S TA NL EY De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st ra ti on o f t he es ta te o f A MB ER N IC OL E ST AN LE Y d ec ea se d w ho se da te o f d eath w as M ay 7 2018 is pendin g in t he C ir cuit Co ur t f or N as sa u Coun ty Fl or ida P ro ba te D ivisio n, t he addr e ss of w hich is 763 47 V et er an s Wa y, Y ul ee, F L 3 2097. Th e name s an d addr es se s of th e pe rs on al r ep re se nt at iv e an d th e pe rs on al r ep re se nt ati ve 's a tt or ney a re s et f or th be lo w. Al l cr edit or s of t he d ec ede nt a nd o t her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e on wh om a c op y of t hi s no ti ce i s re quir ed t o be s er ve d mu st file t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE T IM E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l ot he r cr edit or s of t he de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng c laim s or d em ands agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 M ON TH S AF TE R TH E DA TE O F TH E FI RS T PU BL ICA TI ON OF TH IS N OT IC E. AL L CL AI MS N OT F IL ED WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN S EC TI ON 7 33 .702 O F TH E FL OR ID A PR OB AT E CO DE WI LL B E FO RE VE R BA RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G TH E TI ME P ER IO D SE T FO RT H AB OV E A NY C LA IM F IL ED TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R TH E DE CE DE NT 'S D AT E OF DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f f ir st p ub lic ati on o f t hi s no ti ce is Ju ne 20, 2018 Th om as M. D on ah oo, J r. Fl or ida Ba r No 78530 At to r ney f or P et itio ne r Do na hoo & McM en am y P.A 245 Ri ve rs ide Av enu e, Su it e 450 Jack so nv ille Flor ida 322 02 Te le ph o ne 904-354-8080 Facs imile :9 04 791-9563 JO SH UA L S TA NL EY Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at ive 2T 620-27-2018 #435735 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA PROBAT E DI VISION File Nu mb er: 2018 CP 202 IN R E : E ST AT E OF AU TU MN G AI LE S TA NL EY De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st ra ti o n o f th e es ta te o f AU TU MN G AI LE ST AN LE Y d ec ea se d w ho se da te o f de at h wa s Ma y 7, 2018 is pendin g in t he C ir cuit Co ur t fo r Na ss au C oun ty Flo ri da P ro ba te D ivisio n, t he addr e ss o f wh ic h is 763 47 V et er an s Wa y, Y ul ee, F L 3 2097. Th e name s an d addr es se s o f th e pe rs o na l re pr esen tati ve an d th e pe rs ona l re pr esen ta ti ve 's a tt or ney a re s et f o rt h be lo w. Al l cr edito rs o f th e de ce de nt a nd o t her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e o n wh o m a co py o f th is n oti ce i s re quir ed t o b e se rv ed m us t file t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE T IM E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l o th er c re di to rs o f th e de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng c laim s o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 M ON TH S AF TE R TH E DA TE O F TH E FI RS T PU BL ICA TI ON OF TH IS N OT IC E. AL L CL AI MS N OT F IL ED WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN S EC TI ON 7 33 .702 O F TH E FL OR ID A PR OB AT E CO DE WI LL B E FO RE VE R BA RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G TH E TI ME P ER IO D SE T FO RT H AB OV E A NY C LA IM F IL ED TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R TH E DE CE DE NT 'S D AT E OF DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f fi rs t pu blic ati o n o f th is n o ti ce is Ju ne 20, 2018 Th o ma s M D o na ho o Jr Flo ri da B ar N o 78530 At to r ney fo r Pe ti ti o ne r Do na hoo & McM en am y P.A 245 Ri ve rs ide Av enu e, Su it e 450 Jack so nv ille Flo ri da 32202 Te le ph o ne 904-354-8080 Facs imile :9 04 791-9563 JO SH UA L S TA NL EY Pe rso na l Repr esen tati ve 2T 620-27-2018 #435731 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA GENERAL JU RISD IC TI ON DI VISION CA SE NO. 18CA000095AXYX TH E BA NK O F NE W YO RK M EL LO N FK A TH E BA NK O F NE W YO RK A S TR US TE E FO R TH E BE NE FI T OF T HE C ER TI FI CA TE HO LD ER S OF T HE C WA BS I NC ., AS SE TBA CK ED C ER TI FI CA TE S, SE RI ES 200 6SD 4, Pl ain ti ff, vs TH E UN KN OW N HE IR S, BE NE FI CI AR IE S D EV IS EE S, GR AN TE ES AS SI GN EE S, LI EN OR S, C RE DI TO RS TR US T EES AN D AL L OT HE RS WHO M AY CL AI M AN I NT ERES T IN T HE E STA TE OF HE NR Y E B AR BE R D ECE AS ED e t al. De fe nda nt( s) NO TI CE OF AC TI ON CO NS TR UC TI VE S ER VI CE TO : T HE U NK NO WN H EI RS BE NE FI CI AR IE S D EV IS EE S, GR AN TE ES AS SI GN EE S, LI EN OR S, C RE DI TO RS TR US T EES AN D AL L OT HE RS WHO M AY CL AI M AN I NT ERES T IN T HE E STA TE OF HE NR Y E B AR BE R D ECE AS ED wh os e re si de nce is un kn ow n if he/ sh e/ th ey b e livin g; a n d if h e/ s he/ th ey b e de ad t he u n kn ow n d ef en dan ts w ho m ay b e sp ou se s, he ir s, d ev is ee s, g ra n te es as si gn ee s lie nor s c re di to rs tr us te es an d al l pa rt ie s clai min g an in te re st b y, t hr ou gh un de r or a ga in st t he D ef en dan ts wh o ar e not k now n t o be d ea d or a liv e, a n d a ll pa rti es h avin g or c laimin g to ha ve a n y ri gh t, t itle o r in te re st in t he p ro pe rt y de sc ri be d in th e mo rt ga ge b ein g fo re cl os ed her ei n. YO U AR E HE RE BY N OT IF IE D th at a n a ct ion t o fo re clos e a mo rt gage o n t he f ollo win g pr op er ty : LO T 47 N AT UR E' S GAGE A CCO RD IN G TO P LA T TH ER EOF R EC OR DE D IN P LA T BO OK 5, P AG ES 200 AN D 201 O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS O F NA SS AU CO UN TY F LO RI DA ha s be en file d again st y ou an d yo u ar e re qu ir ed t o se rv e a co py o f yo ur w ri tt en d efe n ses, if an y, t o it o n c ou n se l fo r Pl ain ti ff, w ho se a ddr es s is 6409 C on gr es s Av e. S ui te 100 B oc a Ra to n F lo ri da 33487 o n o r befo re J ul y 13 2018 ( 30 d ay s fr om D at e of Fi rs t Pu blicat ion o f th is N ot ice) an d file t he o ri gin al w it h th e cl er k of t hi s cour t either b efo re s er vi ce o n Plain ti ff's a tto rn ey o r im me di at el y th ereaf te r; o t her wi se a d ef au lt w ill be e n te re d again st y ou f or th e re lie f de ma n de d in t he co mp lain t or p et ition f iled he re in WI TN ES S my h an d an d th e se al o f th is C ou rt a t Na ss au Co un ty F lo ri da th is 1st d ay o f Jun e, 2018 Jo hn A C ra wf or d CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT BY : E Mic he le J oh n so n DE PU TY C LE RK RO BE RT SO N A NS CH UT Z, A ND SC HN EI D P L AT TO RN EY FOR P LA INTI FF 6409 Co n gr e ss Av e ., S ui te 100 Bo ca R at on F L 33487 PR IM AR Y EM AI L: m ail@ ra sflaw.c om 2T 613-20-2018 #433574 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA GENERAL JU RISD IC TI ON DI VISION CA SE NO. 18CA000095AXYX TH E BA NK O F NE W YO RK M EL LO N FK A TH E BA NK O F NE W YO RK A S TR US TE E FO R TH E BE NE FI T OF T HE C ER TI FI CA TE HO LD ER S OF T HE C WA BS I NC ., AS SE TBA CK ED C ER TI FI CA TE S, SE RI ES 200 6SD 4, Pl ain ti ff, vs TH E UN KN OW N HE IR S, BE NE FI CI AR IE S D EV IS EE S, GR AN TE ES AS SI GN EE S, LI EN OR S, C RE DI TO RS TR US T EES AN D AL L OT HE RS WHO M AY CL AI M AN I NT ERES T IN T HE E STATE OF HE NR Y E B AR BE R D ECE AS ED e t al. De fe nda nt( s) NO TI CE OF AC TI ON CO NS TR UC TI VE S ER VI CE TO : T HE U NK NO WN H EI RS BE NE FI CI AR IE S D EV IS EE S, GR AN TE ES AS SI GN EE S, LI EN OR S, C RE DI TO RS TR US T EES AN D AL L OT HE RS WHO M AY CL AI M AN I NT ERES T IN T HE E STATE OF HE NR Y E B AR BE R D ECE AS ED wh os e re si de nce is un kn ow n if he/ sh e/ th ey b e livin g; a n d if h e/ s he/ th ey b e de ad t he u n kn ow n d ef en dan ts w ho m ay b e sp ou se s, he ir s, d ev is ee s, g ra n te es as si gn ee s lie nor s c re di to rs tr us te es an d al l pa rt ie s clai min g an in te re st b y, t hr ou gh un de r or a ga in st t he D ef en dan ts wh o ar e not k now n t o be d ea d or a liv e, a n d a ll pa rti es h avin g or c laimin g to ha ve a n y ri gh t, t itle o r in te re st in t he p ro pe rt y de sc ri be d in th e mo rt ga ge b ein g fo re cl os ed her ei n. YO U AR E HE RE BY N OT IF IE D th at a n a ct ion t o fo re clos e a mo rt gage o n t he f ollo win g pr op er ty : LO T 47 N AT UR E' S GAGE A CCO RD IN G TO P LA T TH ER EOF R EC OR DE D IN P LA T BO OK 5, P AG ES 200 AN D 201 O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS O F NA SS AU CO UN TY F LO RI DA ha s be en file d again st y ou an d yo u ar e re qu ir ed t o se rv e a co py o f yo ur w ri tt en d efe n ses, if an y, t o it o n c ou n se l fo r Pl ain ti ff, w ho se a ddr es s is 6409 C on gr es s Av e. S ui te 100 B oc a Ra to n F lo ri da 33487 o n o r befo re J ul y 13 2018 ( 30 d ay s fr om D at e of Fi rs t Pu blicat ion o f th is N ot ice) an d file t he o ri gin al w it h th e cl er k of t hi s cour t either b efo re s er vi ce o n Plain ti ff's a tto rn ey o r im me di at el y th ereaf te r; o t her wi se a d ef au lt w ill be e n te re d again st y ou f or th e re lie f de ma n de d in t he co mp lain t or p et ition f ile d he re in WI TN ES S my h an d an d th e se al o f th is C ou rt a t Na ss au Co un ty F lo ri da th is 1st d ay o f Jun e, 2018 Jo hn A C ra wf or d CL ER K OF T HE C IR CU IT C OU RT BY : E Mic he le J oh n so n DE PU TY C LE RK RO BE RT SO N A NS CH UT Z, A ND SC HN EI D P L AT TO RN EY FOR P LA INTI FF 6409 Co n gr e ss Av e ., S ui te 100 Bo ca R at on F L 33487 PR IM AR Y EM AI L: m ail@ ra sflaw.c om 2T 613-20-2018 #433574 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORID A PROBAT E DI VISION File No. 2018CP -000091 Division Prob at e 44-E IN R E : E ST AT E OF MA RV IN R BE CK ER De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st ra ti on o f t he es ta te o f M ar vi n R B ec ke r, de ceas ed w ho se d at e of de at h wa s Oc to be r 25, 2017, is p end in g in t he C ir cu it C ou rt f or N as sa u Co un ty F lo ri da Pr ob at e Di vi si on th e addr es s of w hi ch is 7 6347 V eter an s Wa y, Y ulee, F lo ri da 32097. Th e name s an d addr es se s of th e pe rs on al r ep re se nt at iv e an d th e pe rs on al r ep re se nt ati ve 's a tt or ney a re s et f or th be lo w. Al l cr edit or s of t he d ec ede nt a nd o t her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e on wh om a c op y of t hi s no ti ce i s re quir ed t o be s er ve d mu st file t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t ON O R BE FO RE T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE T IM E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l ot he r cr edit or s of t he de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng claim s or d em an ds agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 M ON TH S AF TE R TH E DA TE O F TH E FI RS T PU BL ICA TI ON OF TH IS N OT IC E. AL L CL AI MS N OT F IL ED WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN F LO RI DA S TATU TE S SE CT IO N 733.702 WI LL BE F OR EV ER B A RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G TH E TI ME P ER IO D SE T FO RT H AB OV E A NY C LA IM F IL ED TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R TH E DE CE DE NT 'S D AT E OF DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f f ir st p ub lic ati on o f t hi s no ti ce is Ju ne 13, 2018. At to r ney f or P er so na l Repr es ent at ive: Th e Co le ma n La w Fi rm P LL C C Ran dolph Co le ma n Fl or ida Ba r No 261912 EMail A ddr es ses: rc ol em an @t he co le ma nlaw firm. co m sa ut ry @t he co le ma nl aw fir m. co m 10161 C ent ur io n Pk wy N St e. 310 Jack so nv ille FL 32256 Te le ph on e: 904 448-1969 Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at iv e: Ka ra L C ollier 56585 Davi s Ro ad Ca llahan, Flo ri da 3201 1 2T 613-20-2018 #433611 IN THE CI RC UI T COUR T FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA PROB AT E DI VISION File No. 18CP000206AXYX IN R E : E ST AT E OF JO HN JOS EP H KR AL IK I II De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st ra ti o n o f th e es ta te o f JO HN J OS EP H KR ALI K, I II deceas ed wh o se dat e o f de at h wa s Febr ua ry 28, 2018 i s p endin g in t he C ir cuit Co ur t fo r Na ss au C oun ty Flo ri da P ro ba te D ivisio n, t he addr es s o f wh ic h is Ro be rt M Fo st er J us ti ce C en te r 76347 Ve te ra ns Way Yu lee, F lo ri da 32097. Th e na me s an d ad dr es se s o f th e pe rso na l re pr es ent at iv e an d th e pe rs ona l re pr esent at iv e' s at to r ney a re se t fo rt h belo w. Al l cr edito rs o f th e de ce de nt a nd o t her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e on wh o m a co py o f th is n oti ce i s re quir ed t o b e se rv ed m us t file t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t ON O R BE FO RE T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE T IM E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l o th er c re di to rs o f th e de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng c laim s o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 M ON TH S AF TE R TH E DA TE O F TH E FI RS T PU BL ICA TI ON OF TH IS N OT IC E. A LL C LA IM S NO T FI LE D WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN F LO RI DA S TATU TE S SE CT IO N 733.702 WI LL BE F OR EVER B A RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G TH E TI ME P ER IO DS S ET F OR TH AB OV E A NY C LA IM F IL ED TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R TH E DE CE DE NT 'S D AT E OF DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f fi rs t pu blic ati o n o f th is n o ti ce is Ju ne 20, 2018. At to r ney fo r Pe rso na l Repr esen ta ti ve : Jo se ph C la y Me ux Jr., E sq ui re Flo ri da B ar N umbe r : 041114 RO GE RS T OW ERS P.A 1301 Ri ve rp lace B o ulev ar d, Su it e 1500 Jack so nv ille Flo ri da 32207 Te le ph o ne : (904) 3983911 Facs imile : ( 904) 3960663 EMail: C Me ux @r tl aw .co m Pe rso na l Repr esent at iv e: JA ME S CHRI ST OP HE R KR AL IK 1708 Du nes C lub Plac e Fe rn an dina B each Flo ri da 32034 2T 620-27-2018 #436363 IN THE CI RC UI T COUR T FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA PROB AT E DI VISION File No. 18CP000206AXYX IN R E : E ST AT E OF JO HN JOS EP H KR AL IK I II De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st ra ti o n o f th e es ta te o f JO HN J OS EP H KR ALI K, I II deceas ed wh o se date o f de at h wa s Febr ua ry 28, 2018, i s p endin g in t he C ir cuit Co ur t fo r Na ss au C oun ty Flo ri da P ro ba te D ivisio n, t he addr es s o f wh ic h is Ro be rt M Fo st er J us ti ce C en te r 76347 Ve te ra ns Way Yu lee, F lo ri da 32097. Th e na me s an d ad dr es se s o f th e pe rso na l re pr es ent at iv e an d th e pe rs ona l re pr esent at iv e' s at to r ney a re se t fo rt h belo w. Al l cr edito rs o f th e de ce de nt a nd o t her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e on wh o m a co py o f th is n oti ce i s re quir ed t o b e se rv ed m us t file t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t ON O R BE FO RE T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE T IM E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l o th er c re di to rs o f th e de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng c laim s o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 M ON TH S AF TE R TH E DA TE O F TH E FI RS T PU BL ICA TI ON OF TH IS N OT IC E. A LL C LA IM S NO T FI LE D WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN F LO RI DA S TATU TE S SE CT IO N 733.702 WI LL BE F OR EV ER B A RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G TH E TI ME P ER IO DS S ET F OR TH AB OV E A NY C LA IM F IL ED TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R TH E DE CE DE NT 'S D AT E OF DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f fi rs t pu blic ati o n o f th is n o ti ce is Ju ne 20, 2018. At to r ney fo r Pe rso na l Repr esen tati ve : Jo se ph C la y Me ux Jr., E sq ui re Flo ri da B ar N umbe r : 041114 RO GE RS T OW ERS P.A 1301 Ri ve rp lace B o ulev ar d, Su it e 1500 Jack so nv ille Flo ri da 32207 Te le ph o ne : (904) 3983911 Facs imile : ( 904) 3960663 EMail: C Me ux @r tl aw .co m Pe rso na l Repr esent at iv e: JA ME S CHRI ST OP HE R KR AL IK 1708 Du nes C lub Plac e Fe rn an dina B each Flo ri da 32034 2T 620-27-2018 #436363 IN THE CI RC UI T COUR T FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA PROB AT E DI VISION File No. 17CP000322AXYX IN R E : E ST AT E OF CU RT IS S HE NR Y LA SS E RRE, a/ k/ a CU RT IS S H. L AS SE RRE De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st r at io n of t he es ta te o f CU RT IS S HE NR Y LA SS E RRE a /k /a C UR TI SS H LA SS E RRE d ecea se d w ho se da te o f deat h wa s Se pt em be r 24, 2 0 17, is pe ndin g in t he Ci r cuit C our t fo r N as sa u Co un ty Flor ida P r ob at e Di vi si on t he a ddr es s of w hich i s Ro ber t M. F os te r J us ti ce C en te r 76347 V eter an s Wa y, Yu lee F lorid a 32097. Th e na me s an d addr es se s of t he pe r so na l r epresent at iv e an d th e pe r so na l r epresent at iv e' s at to r ne y ar e se t fo r th b el ow Al l cr edit or s of t he d ec ede nt a nd o t her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r d em ands agains t de cede nt 's e st at e on wh om a c op y of t hi s no ti ce i s r equir ed t o be s er ve d mu st file t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t ON O R BE FO RE T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE T IM E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l ot he r c r edit or s of t he de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng c laim s or d em ands agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 M ON TH S AF TE R TH E DA TE O F TH E FI RS T PU BL ICA TI ON OF TH IS N OT IC E. AL L CL AI MS N OT F IL ED WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN F LO RI DA S TATU TE S SE CT IO N 733.702 WI LL BE F OR EV ER B A RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G TH E TI ME P ER IO DS S ET F OR TH AB OV E A NY C LA IM F IL ED TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R TH E DE CE DE NT 'S D AT E OF DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f fi r st p ub lic ati on o f th is n ot ic e is J un e 20, 2018. At to r ney f or P er so na l Repr es ent at ive: RO GE RS T OW ERS P.A Jo se ph C la y Me ux Jr Fl or ida Ba r N umbe r : 041114 1301 Ri ve r place Bo ulev ar d, Su it e 1500 Jack so nv ille Flor ida 32207 Te le ph on e: ( 904) 3983911 Facs imile : ( 904) 3960663 EMail: C Me ux @r tl aw .c om Pe rso na l Repr esen tati ve : JO N CO UR SO N LA SS E RRE 960185 G at ew ay B ou levar d, Su it e 203 Fe r na ndin a Be ac h, F lorid a 32034 2T 620-27-2018 #435952 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T, FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT, IN AND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA CA SE NO.: 18CP -199 DI VISION: A IN R E : T HE E ST AT E OF BE VE RL Y A N OR TO N, De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st ra ti o n o f th e es ta te o f BE VE RL Y A. N OR TO N d ecea se d F ile N umbe r 18CP 199 is p endin g in t he Ci rc ui t Co ur t fo r Na ss au Co un ty Flo ri da P ro ba te D iv isi on t he a ddr es s o f wh ic h is 76347 V et er an s Wa y, Y ulee Flo ri da 320 97 T he n am es a nd addr es se s o f th e pe rs o na l re pr esent at iv e an d th e pe rso na l re pr es en ta ti ve 's a tt o rne y ar e se t fo rt h be lo w. Al l cr edito rs o f th e de ce de nt a nd o t her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de ce dent 's e st at e, i ncludin g un ma tu re d, c ont in ge nt o r un liq uida te d clai ms o n wh o m a copy o f th is n o ti ce is re qu ir ed t o b e se rv ed mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE D AT E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l o th er c re di to rs o f th e de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng c laim s o r de ma nd s agains t th e dece dent 's e sta te i ncluding u nm at ur ed co nt inge nt o r unliquidate d clai ms mu st f ile t hei r clai ms wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE D AT E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE AL L CL AI MS N OT F IL ED WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN F LO RI DA S TATU TE S SE CT IO N 733.702 WI LL BE F OR EVER B A RRE D. NO TH WI TH ST AN DI NG T HE TI ME P ER IO DS S ET F OR TH AB OV E A NY C LA IM F IL ED TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R DE CE ND EN T' S DA TE O F DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f fi rs t pu blic ati o n o f th is N o ti ce is June 13, 2018. CL YD E W. D AV IS At to r ney fo r Pe rso na l Re pr es en ta ti ve Flo ri da B ar N o 277266 Da vis B ro us sa rd & S te ge r, PL LC 960185 Ga te wa y Bl vd St e. 104 Am e lia I sl and, Flori da 32034 Te le ph o ne : (904) 2612848 2T 613-20-2018 #434516 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T, FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT, IN AND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA CA SE NO.: 18CP -199 DI VISION: A IN R E : T HE E ST AT E OF BE VE RL Y A N OR TO N, De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st ra ti o n o f th e es ta te o f BE VE RL Y A. N OR TO N d ecea se d F ile N umbe r 18CP 199 is p endin g in t he Ci rc ui t Co ur t fo r Na ss au Co un ty Flo ri da P ro ba te D ivisi on t he a ddr es s o f wh ic h is 76347 V et er an s Wa y, Y ulee Flo ri da 320 97 T he n am es a nd addr es se s o f th e pe rs o na l re pr esent at iv e an d th e pe rso na l re pr es en ta ti ve 's a tt o rne y ar e se t fo rt h be lo w. Al l cr edito rs o f th e de ce de nt a nd o t her p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de ce dent 's e st at e, includin g un ma tu re d, c ont inge nt o r un liq uida te d clai ms o n wh o m a copy o f th is n oti ce is re qu ir ed t o b e se rv ed mu st f ile t he ir c laim s wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN T HE L AT ER O F 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE D AT E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l o th er c re di to rs o f th e de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns ha vi ng c laim s o r de ma nd s agains t th e dece dent 's e sta te i ncluding u nm at ur ed co nt inge nt o r unliquidate d clai ms mu st f ile t hei r clai ms wi th t hi s co ur t WI TH IN 3 MO NT HS A FT ER T HE D AT E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE AL L CL AI MS N OT F IL ED WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN F LO RI DA S TATU TE S SE CT IO N 733.702 WI LL BE F OR EVER B A RRE D. NO TH WI TH ST AN DI NG T HE TI ME P ER IO DS S ET F OR TH AB OV E A NY C LA IM F IL ED TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R DE CE ND EN T' S DA TE O F DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f fi rs t pu blic ati o n o f th is N o ti ce is June 13, 2018. CL YD E W. D AV IS At to r ney fo r Pe rso na l Re pr es en ta ti ve Flo ri da B ar N o 277266 Da vis B ro us sa rd & S te ge r, PL LC 960185 Ga te wa y Bl vd St e. 104 Am e lia I sl and, Flori da 32034 Te le ph o ne : (904) 2612848 2T 613-20-2018 #434516 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T, FOUR TH JUD IC IAL CI RC UIT, IN AND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORID A. PROBAT E DI VISION DI VISION: A CA SE NO.: 18CP -000207 IN R E : E ST AT E OF Willia m Malc ol m Pe te rs on Jr De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS Th e ad mi ni st ra ti on o f th e es ta te o f Willia m Ma lc ol m Pe te rs on J r. d ecea se d w hos e da te o f deat h w as M ar ch 23, 2018, a nd w h os e so cial s ecuri ty n um be r is *** -* -0 797, i s pe ndin g in t h e Ci rc ui t Co ur t fo r Na ss au C ou nty F lo ri da Pr ob at e Di vi si on th e addr es s of w hich is 7 6347 V eter an s Way Y ulee F L 320 97 Th e na me s an d addr es se s of t h e pe rs on al r ep re s ent at iv e an d th e pe rs on al r ep re s ent at iv e' s at to rn ey a re s et f or th b el ow Al l cr edit or s of t h e de ce de nt a nd o th er p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e on wh om a c op y of t his n ot ic e is re quir ed t o be s er ve d mu st file t h ei r clai ms w ith t his c ou rt WI TH IN T HE L AT ER O F TH RE E MO NT HS A FT ER T HE T IM E OF TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE OR 30 DA YS A FT ER T HE DA TE O F SE RV IC E OF A C OP Y OF T HI S NO TI CE O N TH EM Al l ot h er c re di to rs o f th e de cede nt a nd o th er p er so ns h av in g clai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile t h ei r clai ms w ith t his co ur t WI TH IN T HR EE M ON TH S AF TE R TH E DA TE O F TH E FI RS T PU BL IC AT IO N OF T HI S NO TI CE AL L CL AI MS N OT F IL ED WI TH IN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S ET FO RT H IN S EC TI ON 733 702 O F TH E FL OR ID A PR OB AT E CO DE WI LL B E FO RE VE R BA RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G TH E TI ME P ER IO DS S ET F OR TH AB OV E, I N A CL AI M FI LE D TW O YE AR S OR M OR E AF TE R TH E DE CE DE NT 'S D AT E OF DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f fi rs t pu blic ati on o f th is n ot ic e is J un e 20, 2018. At to r ney f or Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at ive : PA UL S B OO NE FL OR ID A BA R NO .: 340 480 303 C enter S t ., S ui te 203 Fe rn an dina B ea ch, F L 320 34 904-448 4009ph on e 904-207 7917-fa x paul @p aulb oo nel aw .c om Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at iv e: Vi ck i Ly nn P eter so n 2288 B Fi rs t Av enu e Fe rn an dina B ea ch, F L 320 34 2T 620-27-2018 #436309 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA GENERAL JU RISD IC TI ON DI VISION CA SE NO. 16CA000098AXYX NA TI ON ST AR M OR TG AG E LL C D/ B/ A CH AM PI ON M OR TGA GE C OM PA NY Pl aint iff, vs TH E UN K NO WN H EI RS BE NE IF ICI AR IE S D EV IS EE S G RA NT EE S, AS SI GN EES LI EN OR S C RE DI TO RS TR US TE ES A ND A LL O TH ER S WH O MA Y CL AI M AN I NTE RE ST I N TH E ES TATE O F RO BE RT E FI SH ER DE CE AS ED et al. De fend an t( s) NO TIC E OF F OR EC LO SU RE SA LE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN pu rs ua nt t o a Fina l Judg me nt of F or ec lo su re d at ed M ay 02, 2018, a nd e ntered in 16 CA 000098A XY X of t he C ir cuit Co ur t of t he F OU RT H Judicial Ci rc ui t in a nd f or N as sa u Co un ty Flor ida w her ei n NA TI ON ST AR M OR TG AG E LL C D/ B/ A CH AM PI ON M OR TGA GE C OM PA NY is th e Pl ainti ff an d MA RY J EA N; K AT HY BA RB AN I; R OB ER T E FI SH ER J R; TH E UN K NO WN H EI RS B EN EF ICI AR IE S D EV IS EE S G RA NT EE S, AS SI GN EES LI EN OR S C RE DI TO RS TR US TE ES A ND A LL O TH ER S WH O MA Y CL AI M AN I NTE RE ST I N TH E ES TATE O F RO BE RT E FI SH ER ; UN IT ED ST AT ES O F AM ER IC A, A CT IN G ON B EH AL F OF T HE S EC RE TA RY OF H OU SI NG A ND U RB AN D EVELO PM EN T ar e th e De fe nda nt (s). J oh n Cr aw fo rd as th e Cl er k of t he C ir cuit C ou rt w ill se ll t o th e highes t an d be st bidde r fo r ca sh a t www. na ssa ucle rk .r ealf or eclo se .c om at 1 1: 30 A M, o n July 05, 2018 th e fo llo wi ng d es cr ibed p ro per ty a s se t fo rt h in s ai d Fina l Ju dg m ent t o wi t: TH E FO LL OW IN G DE SC RI BE D LA ND S IT UA TE LY IN G AN D BE IN G IN T HE C OU NT Y OF N AS SA U AN D ST AT E OF FL OR ID A T OWI T: PA RT O F LO T 4 OF P AR T OF WI LL IA M GI BS ON G RA NT TO WN SH IP 1 N OR TH A ND TO WN SH IP 2 N OR TH R ANG E 25 EA ST A S RE CO RD ED I N PL AT BO OK 1, PAGE 32 OF T HE P UB LI C RE CO RD S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A DE SC RI BE D AS F O LLO WS : C O MME NC E AT TH E INTE RS EC TI ON O F TH E EA ST ER LY R /W L IN E OF S TA TE RO AD 115 A S ES TA BL IS HE D FO R A WI DT H OF 1 00 F EET ; WI TH T HE N OR TH ER LY L IN E OF TH E LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN DE ED B OO K 143, P AG E 98 B Y PO SS ES SI ON ; TH EN CE N OR TH 89 18' E AS T, A LO NG T HE S AI D NO RT HE RL Y LI NE O F DE ED BO OK 143, P AG E 98, 7 12 F EE T TO T HE WES TE RL Y R/ W LI NE O F MA RL EE R OA D AS E ST AB LI SH ED F OR WIDTH O F 60 F EE T; TH EN CE N OR TH 12 41' 3 0" WE ST AL ON G TH E SA ID WES TER LY R /W L IN E OF M AR LE E RO AD 163.5 F EET T O TH E CE NTE RL IN E OF A C RE EK A ND T HE PO INT OF B EG IN NING ; T HE NC E CO NT IN UE N OR TH 12 4 1' 30" WE ST AL ON G TH E SA ID W ES TER LY R /W L IN E OF M AR LE E RO AD 1 04 F EE T ; T HE NC E NO RT H 29 51' 30" WES T, 154.58 F EET ; TH EN CE S OU TH 60 08' 3 0" WES T, 349 .5 F EE T; TH EN CE S OU TH 29 5 1' 30" EA ST 4 4 FE ET T O TH E CE NT ER LI NE O F SA ID C RE EK ; T HE NC E EA ST ER LY A LO NG S AI D CR EEK 370 F EE T, M OR E OR L ES S, T O TH E PO IN T OF B EG IN NI NG RE SE RV IN G TH E SO UT HE RL Y 15 FE ET A LO NG T HE E XI S TIN G CR EE K F OR D RA IN AG E PU RPO SES. TO GE TH ER WIT H TH AT C ER TAIN 1977 D IA MO ND D OU BL EWI DE M OB IL E HO ME C ON TAININ G VI N# 'S G DW TGA 10 7 706 02 A AN D GD WTGA 10 7 706 02 B Pr op er ty A ddr e ss: 54171 MA RL EE RO AD CA LL AH AN FL 32011 An y pe rs on c la im in g an inte re st in th e su rp lu s fr om t he sa le i f an y o t her t ha n th e pr op er ty o wner a s of t he da te o f th e li s pe nden s mu st file a c laim w it hi n 60 d ay s af te r th e sa le. Da te d th is 8 th d ay o f June, 2018. Jo hn C ra wf or d As C le rk o f th e Co ur t By : A ma nd a St ea rn As D eput y Cl er k IM PO RT AN T AM ER IC AN S WI TH D IS AB IL ITIE S AC T I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bility wh o need s an y acco mm oda ti on i n or de r to p ar ti cipa te in t hi s pr oc ee ding yo u ar e en ti tl ed a t no c os t to y ou t o th e pr ov isio n of c er ta in a ss ista nc e. P leas e contac t th e AD A Co or dina to r at ( 904 ) 548-460 0 (t hen p re ss 0 ) at le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sc hed uled c ou rt a ppear an ce or imm edia te ly u po n re ceiv in g th is n ot ificat io n if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc he dul ed a ppe aran ce is le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; if y ou a re h ea ri ng o r vo ice im pair ed call 711. Su bm it te d by : Ro be rt so n, A nsc hu tz & S chne id, P.L At to r ney s fo r Pl aint iff 6409 C on gr es s Av enue, S ui te 100, B oc a Ra ton F L 33487 Te le ph on e: 561 241-6901 Fax: 561-997 6909 2T 620-27-2018 #435366 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA GENERAL JU RISD IC TI ON DI VISION CA SE NO. 16CA000098AXYX NA TI ON ST AR M OR TG AG E LL C D/ B/ A CH AM PI ON M OR TGA GE C OM PA NY Pl aint iff, vs TH E UN K NO WN H EI RS BE NE IF ICI AR IE S D EV IS EE S G RA NT EE S, AS SI GN EES LI EN OR S C RE DI TO RS TR US TE ES A ND A LL O TH ER S WH O MA Y CL AI M AN I NTE RE ST I N TH E ES TATE O F RO BE RT E FI SH ER DE CE AS ED et al. De fend an t( s) NO TIC E OF F OR EC LO SU RE SA LE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN pu rs ua nt t o a Fina l Judg me nt of F or ec lo su re d at ed M ay 02, 2018, a nd e ntered in 16 CA 000098A XY X of t he C ir cuit Co ur t of t he F OU RT H Judicial Ci rc ui t in a nd f or N as sa u Co un ty Flor ida w her ei n NA TI ON ST AR M OR TG AG E LL C D/ B/ A CH AM PI ON M OR TGA GE C OM PA NY is th e Pl ainti ff an d MA RY J EA N; K AT HY BA RB AN I; R OB ER T E FI SH ER J R; TH E UN K NO WN H EI RS B EN EF ICI AR IE S D EV IS EE S G RA NT EE S, AS SI GN EES LI EN OR S C RE DI TO RS TR US TE ES A ND A LL O TH ER S WH O MA Y CL AI M AN I NTE RE ST I N TH E ES TATE O F RO BE RT E FI SH ER ; UN IT ED ST AT ES O F AM ER IC A, A CT IN G ON B EH AL F OF T HE S EC RE TA RY OF H OU SI NG A ND U RB AN D EVELO PM EN T ar e th e De fe nda nt (s). J oh n Cr aw fo rd as th e Cl er k of t he C ir cuit C ou rt w ill se ll t o th e highes t an d be st bidde r fo r ca sh a t www. na ssa ucle rk .r ealf or eclo se .c om at 1 1: 30 A M, o n July 05 2018 th e fo llo wi ng d es cr ibed p ro per ty a s se t fo rt h in s ai d Fina l Ju dg m ent t o wi t: TH E FO LL OW IN G DE SC RI BE D LA ND S IT UA TE LY IN G AN D BE IN G IN T HE C OU NT Y OF N AS SA U AN D ST AT E OF FL OR ID A T OWI T: PA RT O F LO T 4 OF P AR T OF WI LL IA M GI BS ON G RA NT TO WN SH IP 1 N OR TH A ND TO WN SH IP 2 N OR TH R ANG E 25 EA ST A S RE CO RD ED I N PL AT BO OK 1, PAGE 32 OF T HE P UB LI C RE CO RD S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A DE SC RI BE D AS F O LLO WS : C O MME NC E AT TH E INTE RS EC TI ON O F TH E EA ST ER LY R /W L IN E OF S TA TE RO AD 115 A S ES TA BL IS HE D FO R A WI DT H OF 1 00 F EET ; WI TH T HE N OR TH ER LY L IN E OF TH E LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN DE ED B OO K 143, P AG E 98 B Y PO SS ES SI ON ; TH EN CE N OR TH 89 18' E AS T, A LO NG T HE S AI D NO RT HE RL Y LI NE O F DE ED BO OK 143, P AG E 98, 7 12 F EE T TO T HE WES TE RL Y R/ W LI NE O F MA RL EE R OA D AS E ST AB LI SH ED F OR WIDTH O F 60 F EE T; TH EN CE N OR TH 12 41' 3 0" WE ST AL ON G TH E SA ID WES TER LY R /W L IN E OF M AR LE E RO AD 163.5 F EET T O TH E CE NTE RL IN E OF A C RE EK A ND T HE PO INT OF B EG IN NING ; T HE NC E CO NT IN UE N OR TH 12 4 1' 30" WE ST AL ON G TH E SA ID WES TER LY R /W L IN E OF M AR LE E RO AD 1 04 F EE T ; T HE NC E NO RT H 29 51' 30" WES T, 154.58 F EET ; TH EN CE S OU TH 60 08' 3 0" WES T, 349 .5 F EE T; TH EN CE S OU TH 29 5 1' 30" EA ST 4 4 FE ET T O TH E CE NT ER LI NE O F SA ID C RE EK ; T HE NC E EA ST ER LY A LO NG S AI D CR EEK 370 F EE T, M OR E OR L ES S, T O TH E PO IN T OF B EG IN NI NG RE SE RV IN G TH E SO UT HE RL Y 15 FE ET A LO NG T HE E XI S TIN G CR EE K F OR D RA IN AG E PU RPO SES. TO GE TH ER WIT H TH AT C ER TA IN 1977 D IA MO ND D OU BL EWI DE M OB IL E HO ME C ON TA ININ G VI N# 'S G DW TGA 10 7 706 02 A AN D GD WT GA 10 7 706 02 B Pr op er ty A ddr e ss: 54171 MA RL EE RO AD CA LL AH AN FL 32011 An y pe rs on c la im in g an i nte re st in th e su rp lu s fr om t he sa le i f an y o t her t ha n th e pr op er ty o wner a s of t he da te o f th e li s pe nden s mu st file a c laim w it hi n 60 d ay s af te r th e sa le. Da te d th is 8 th d ay o f June, 2018. Jo hn C ra wf or d As C le rk o f th e Co ur t By : A ma nd a St ea rn As D eput y Cl er k IM PO RT AN T AM ER IC AN S WI TH D IS AB IL ITIE S AC T I f yo u ar e a pe rs on w it h a di sa bilit y wh o need s an y acco mm oda ti on in or de r to p ar ti cipa te in t hi s pr oc ee ding yo u ar e en ti tl ed a t no c os t to y ou t o th e pr ov isio n of c er ta in a ss is ta nc e. P leas e contac t th e AD A Co or dina to r at ( 904 ) 548460 0 (t hen p re ss 0 ) at le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sc hed uled c ou rt a ppear an ce or imm edia te ly u po n re ceiv in g th is n ot ificat io n if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc he dul ed a ppe aran ce is le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; if y ou a re h ea ri ng o r vo ice im pair ed call 711. Su bm it te d by : Ro be rt so n, A nsc hu tz & S chne id, P.L At to r ney s fo r Pl aint iff 6409 C on gr es s Av enue, S ui te 100, B oc a Ra ton F L 33487 Te le ph on e: 561 241-6901 Fax: 561-997 6909 2T 620-27-2018 #435366 AM ELIA NA TION AL CO MM UN IT Y DE VELOPM EN T DIST RI CT NO TI CE O F PU BL IC H EA RIN G TO C ON SI DE R TH E AD OP TI ON O F TH E FI SC AL Y EA R 2018/2019 B UD GE T( S) ; AND NO TI CE O F RE GU LA R BO AR D OF S UP ER VI SO RS M EE TI NG Th e Bo ar d of S uper vi so rs ( Bo ar d ) of t he A me lia N ati on al C om mu ni ty D evel op m ent D is tr ic t ( Di st ri ct ) w ill ho ld a p ublic h ea ri ng o n July 10 2 018 a t 11:30 a. m. a t 1027 So ut h 8t h St re et Fe rn an dina Be ach, F L 3203 4 fo r th e pu rpo se o f he ar in g co mm ent s an d ob ject io ns o n th e ad op ti on o f th e pr opos ed b ud ge t (s ) ( Pr op os ed B ud ge t ) of th e Di st ri ct f or t he f is ca l ye ar be gi nni ng O ct ob er 1 2018 an d en ding S ep te mb er 3 0, 2019 ( F is ca l Ye ar 2018/2019 ). A re gu la r bo ar d m eet in g of t he D is tr ic t w ill al so b e he ld a t th at t im e wh ere th e Bo ar d ma y cons id er a ny o t her b us ines s th at ma y pr op er ly c om e be fo re i t. A co py o f th e agend a an d Pr opos ed B ud ge t ma y be o bta ined a t th e o ffi ce s of t he Di st ri ct M anager 12051 C or po ra te B lvd. Or land o, F lo ri da 32817, ( 4 07) 382325 6 ( Di st ri ct Ma na ge rs O ff ic e) d ur in g no rm al bus ine ss ho ur s. Th e public h ea ri ng a nd m eet in g ar e op en t o th e public a nd w ill be c onduct ed in acco rd an ce wit h th e pr ov isi on s of F lo ri da law. Th e pu blic h ea ri ng a nd m ee ti ng m ay be c on ti nu ed t o a da te ti me an d place to b e sp ec ifie d on th e re co rd a t th e me et ing. T her e ma y be o cca si on s wh en B oa rd S uper vi so rs o r Di st ri ct S ta ff m ay p ar ti cipa te by s pe ak er t elep hone An y pe rs on r equi ri ng s pe cial a cco mm od at io ns a t th is m eet in g be ca us e of a d is abilit y or p hy si ca l im pair me nt sh ou ld c on ta ct t he D is tr ic t Ma na ge r' s Of fi ce a t leas t fo rt yei gh t (48) h ou rs p ri or t o th e me et ing. I f yo u ar e he ar in g or s peec h im pair ed pl ea se c on ta ct t he F lo ri da Re la y Se rv ic e by dialin g 711, or 1 800-955-8771 ( TT Y) / 1 800955 8770 ( Vo ice) fo r ai d in c on ta ct in g th e Di st ri ct Ma na ge rs Office Ea ch p er so n wh o decide s to a pp eal an y de ci si on m ad e by t he B oa rd w it h re sp ec t to an y ma tt er c on si de re d at t he public h ea ri ng o r m eet in g is advi se d th at p er so n will n eed a re co rd o f pr oc eed ings a nd th at a cco rd ingly t he p er so n ma y need t o en su re t ha t a ve rb at im r ec or d of t he p ro ce edin gs i s ma de i nc luding th e te st im on y an d ev iden ce up on w hich s uc h appeal is to be bas ed Vi vian C ar valh o Di st ri ct Man ager 2T 613-20-2018 #433476 AM ELIA NA TION AL CO MM UN IT Y DE VELOPM EN T DIST RI CT NO TI CE O F PU BL IC H EA RIN G TO C ON SI DE R TH E AD OP TI ON O F TH E FI SC AL Y EA R 2018/2019 B UD GE T( S) ; AND NO TI CE O F RE GU LA R BO AR D OF S UP ER VI SO RS M EE TI NG Th e Bo ar d of S uper vi so rs ( Bo ar d ) of t he A me lia N ati on al C om mu ni ty D evel op m ent D is tr ic t ( Di st ri ct ) w ill ho ld a p ublic h ea ri ng o n July 10, 2 018 a t 11:30 a. m. a t 1027 So ut h 8t h St re et Fe rn an dina Be ach, F L 3203 4 fo r th e pu rpo se o f he ar in g co mm ent s an d ob ject io ns o n th e ad op ti on o f th e pr opos ed b ud ge t (s ) ( Pr op os ed B ud ge t ) of th e Di st ri ct f or t he f is ca l ye ar be gi nni ng O ct ob er 1 2018 an d en ding S ep te mb er 3 0, 2019 ( F is ca l Ye ar 2018/2019 ). A re gu la r bo ar d m eet in g of t he D is tr ic t will al so b e he ld a t th at t ime wh ere th e Bo ar d ma y cons ider a ny o t her b us ines s th at ma y pr op er ly c om e be fo re it. A co py o f th e agend a an d Pr opos ed B ud ge t ma y be o bta ined a t th e o ffi ce s of t he Di st ri ct M anager 12051 C or po ra te B lvd. Or land o, F lo ri da 32817, ( 4 07) 382325 6 ( Di st ri ct Ma na ge rs O ff ic e) d ur ing no rm al bus ine ss ho ur s. Th e public h ea ri ng a nd m eet in g ar e op en t o th e public a nd w ill be c onduct ed in acco rd an ce wit h th e pr ov isi on s of F lo ri da law. Th e pu blic h ea ri ng a nd m ee ti ng m ay be c on ti nu ed t o a da te ti me an d plac e to b e sp ec ifie d on th e re co rd a t th e me et ing. T her e ma y be o cca si on s wh en B oa rd S uper vi so rs o r Di st ri ct S ta ff m ay p ar ti cipa te by s pe ak er t elep hone An y pe rs on r equi ri ng s pe cial a cco mm od at io ns a t th is m eet in g be ca us e of a d is abilit y or p hy si ca l im pair me nt sh ou ld c on ta ct t he D is tr ic t Ma na ge r' s Of fi ce a t leas t fo rt yei gh t (48) h ou rs p ri or t o th e me et ing. I f yo u ar e he ar in g or s peec h im pair ed pl ea se c on ta ct t he F lo ri da Re la y Se rv ic e by dialin g 711, or 1 800-955-8771 ( TT Y) / 1 800-955 8770 ( Vo ice) fo r ai d in c on ta ct in g th e Di st ri ct Ma na ge rs Office Ea ch p er so n wh o decide s to a pp eal an y de ci si on m ad e by t he B oa rd w it h re sp ec t to an y ma tt er c on si de re d at t he public h ea ri ng o r m eet in g is advi se d th at p er so n will n eed a re co rd o f pr oc eed ings a nd th at a cco rd ingly t he p er so n ma y need t o en su re t ha t a ve rb at im r ec or d of t he p ro ce edin gs i s ma de i nc luding th e te st im on y an d ev iden ce up on w hich s uc h appeal is to be bas ed Vi vian C ar valh o Di st ri ct Man ager 2T 613-20-2018 #433476 NO TI CE OF PUBLIC HEA RI NG NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at o n Th ur sd ay t he 28t h da y of J u ne, 2018, a t 6:00 P.M. t he C on di ti on al U se a nd Va ri an ce B oa rd o f Na ss au Co un ty will ho ld a public hea ri ng a t th e Co mm issi on Cham be rs Ja me s S. P ag e Go ve rn me nt al C om pl ex 96135 Na ss au Place, Yul ee Flor id a, 32 097 t o co ns id er a n applicat io n fo r co nd itio na l us e, E 1 8010. T he P ub lic i s invi te d to a tt end t he m eet ing co nc erning t he fo llo wi ng d esc ri be d pr op er ty in Na ss au Coun ty : T he lo ca ti on addr es s of su bjec t pr op er ty o f co ndit io nal u se a pplicat io n E1 8-010: 87678 Be ll Rive r Es ta te s Ro ad On B el l Ri ve r Es tate s Road no rt h of R os es B luff Ro ad Pa rc el N um ber : 39-3N -2 700000001 0360 Th e applican t is s ee ki ng : a co ndit io na l us e pe rm it p ur su an t to S ec ti on 2 2.03( G) o f th e Na ss au C ount y La nd D eve lo pm en t Co de t o allo w fo r a pr iv at e ca mp gr ou nd in th e Op en R ur al ( OR ) zo ning d is tr ic t. Th is a pplicat io n is f ile d by : Da n Mc Cr anie Mc Cr anie & As so ciat es 3 S 2 nd S tr ee t, Fe rn an dina B ea ch F L 32034 applican t an d agent f or t he ow ne r. Th e public is invi te d to b e pr esent a nd t o be a bl e to sp ea k fo r or a gain st o r to a sk qu es ti on s. C op ie s of t he a pplicat io n an d co pies o f th e cr it er ia t ha t ar e applicable t o th e applicat io n ar e availabl e at t he D epar tm ent o f Pl an ni ng & E co no mi c O ppo rt un it y lo ca te d at 9 61 61 N as sa u Pl ac e, Y ulee FL 32097 o r (9 04) 530-6300. I ndiv id ua ls wh o canno t at te nd t he p ub lic h ea ri ng m ay p ro vi de w ri tte n co mm ent s to t hi s a ddr es s or b y ema il t o: s ku rt z@ na ssa ucou nt yf l.co m W ri tt en co mm ent s be co me a p ar t of th e re co rd a nd a re s ubje ct t o Fl or idas P ublic R ec or ds law Ch ap te r 119. 07 (1 )( a), F.S Th is hea ri ng m us t be c on duct ed a s a quas ijudicial he ar in g. An y ques ti on s as t o pr oc ed ur es m ay b e ob ta in ed fr om t he D epar tm ent o f Pl an ni ng & E co no mi c O ppo rt unity I nt eres te d pa rt ie s sh ou ld lim it c on ta ct w it h Co ndit io na l Us e an d Va ri ance B oa rd Me mb er s an d wi th C ou nt y Co mmi ss io ner s on t hi s to pi c to p ro pe rl y no ti ce d public he ar in g or t o wr it te n co mmu ni ca ti on in ca re o f th e Na ss au Co un ty D epar tm ent o f Pl an ni ng & E co no mi c O ppo rt unity 9 6161 N as sa u Pl ace, Yu le e, F L 320 97 Pe rs on s wi th d is ab ili ti es r equir in g ac co mm od at io ns i n or de r to p ar ti ci pa te in th is pr og ra m or a ct ivit y sh ou ld co nt ac t th e De pa rt m ent o f Pl an ni ng & E co no mi c O ppo rtu ni ty ( 904) 5 30-6300, o r Fl or ida R elay S er vi ce ( 1 -8 00 9558771 ) at lea st tw ent yfo ur ( 24 ) ho ur s in a dv an ce t o re ques t su ch acco mm od at io n. TH E PU BL IC I S IN VI TE D TO B E PR ESEN T AN D BE H EA RD IF A PE RS ON WIS HE S TO A PP EA L AN Y DE CI SI ON M AD E BY T HE BO AR D, A GE NC Y OR C OM MI SS IO N WI TH R ES PE CT T O AN Y MA TTE R CO NS ID ER ED A T SU CH M EE TI NG O R HE AR IN G, HE WIL L NE ED A R EC OR D OF TH E PR OC EE DI NG S AN D FO R TH AT P UR PO SE MA Y NE ED T O EN SU RE T HA T A VE RB AT IM RE CO RD O F TH E PR OC EED IN GS I S MA DE WH IC H RE CO RD I NC LU DE S TH E TE ST IMO NY A ND E VI DE NC E UP ON WH IC H TH E AP PE AL I S TO B E BA SE D. Th e Co ndit io na l Us e an d Va ri an ce B oa rd m ay c on ti nu e he ar in g on t hi s ma tt er CO ND ITIO NA L US E AN D VA RI AN CE B OA RD O F NA SS AU C OU NT Y, F LO RI DA /s/ Or la nd o J. A vila It s: C hair ma n 2T 6 -1 3-20-2018 #434968 NO TI CE OF PUBLIC SALE BI LL S TO WI NG g ives N ot ic e of F or eclo su re o f Li en a nd i nt ent t o se ll t hes e ve hicles o n 07/02/2018 8 :3 0 am a t 425 S 8TH ST F ER NAND IN A, F L 320343609 p ur su an t to s ub se ct io n 713.78 o f th e Fl or id a St at ut es BI LL S TO WI NG r eser ve s th e ri gh t to a ccept o r re je ct a ny an d/or all bids 5N PE T4 6C 97H287812 2007 HY UN DA I 1T 6 -2 0-201 8 #435953 NO TI CE OF SALE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at t he u nd er si gned int en ds to s el l th e pe rs on al p ro pe rt y de sc ri be d be low a t public sa le b y co mp et itiv e bidding on F ri da y th e 29t h da y of Ju ne 2018 a t 10:00 a m on t he pr em is es w he re s ai d pr op er ty ha s be en s to re d an d w hi ch ar e lo ca te d at B ri dg ev ie w Se lf S to ra ge 4 74431 E as t St at e Ro ad 2 00 F erna ndin a Be ac h, FL 32034 N as sa u Co un ty t he fo llowin g: Th om as M or gan 1026 Ci nd y Robe rt s 1073 Am be r Be at y 1091 Ge o ffe ry H ur st 2147 Gl en da L in th icum 3208 Jad Sm it h 5002 Pu rc ha ses mu st b e paid f or a t th e ti me o f pu rc ha se b y ca sh on ly Da te d th is 06/ 20 /2 01 8 an d 06/27/2018 2T 620-27-2018 #436116 NO TI CE OF SALE NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at t he u nd er si gned int en ds to s el l th e pe rs on al p ro pe rt y de sc ri be d be low a t public sa le b y co mp et itiv e bidding on F ri da y th e 29t h da y of Ju ne 2018 a t 10:00 a m on t he pr em is es w he re s ai d pr op er ty ha s be en s to re d an d w hi ch ar e lo ca te d at B ri dg ev iew Se lf S to ra ge 4 74431 E as t St at e Ro ad 2 00 F erna ndin a Be ac h, FL 32034 N as sa u Co un ty t he fo llowin g: Th om as M or gan 1026 Ci nd y Robe rt s 1073 Am be r Be at y 1091 Ge o ffe ry H ur st 2147 Gl en da L in th icum 3208 Jad Sm it h 5002 Pu rc ha ses mu st b e paid f or a t th e ti me o f pu rc ha se b y ca sh on ly Da te d th is 06/ 20 /2 01 8 an d 06/27/2018 2T 620-27-2018 #436116 REQUEST FOR QUALIFIC AT IONS (R FQ ) Fi rs t Co as t Wo rk fo rc e De ve lo pm en t I nc ., ( DB A Ca r eer So ur ce N or th ea st F lo ri da) in te nd s to r elea se a R eq ue st fo r Qu alific at io ns (RFQ ) on Mo nday Ju ne 25, 2018 fo r Fi sca l and P ro gr am ma ti c Mo ni to ri ng S er vi ce s to b e pe rfo rm ed S ep te mb er 1 2 018 th ro ug h June 30, 2019 wi th a n an nual o pt io n to r ene w fo r up t o fo ur a dditio na l ye ar s ba se d o n pe rf or ma nc e an d fu nd ing. A copy o f th e re qu es t will b e availabl e be gi nni ng M on day J un e 25, 2018 at h tt p://www.ca re er so ur ce ne fl.c om /par tn er _v en d or /r eque st _f or _p ro po sa ls .aspx o r at 1845 T ow n C ent er Bl vd ., S ui te 250, F le mi ng I sla nd FL 3200 3. Fo r addit io na l in fo rm at io n cont act : D. N ev iso n 9 04/213-3800 x2010 DE AD LI NE T O SU BM IT 2 :0 0 p. m. (E ST ) July 19, 2018. 1T 620-201 8 #436045 IN THE CI RC UI T COUR T OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIA L CIRC UIT, IN A ND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORID A. CA SE NO.:45-2016DP -4 0 IN T HE I NT ER ES T OF : R. R S D OB : 08/11/2011 J. C S. D OB : 10/ 09 /2 014 MI NO R CH IL DR EN SU MMO NS A ND N OT IC E OF AC TI ON B Y PU BL IC AT IO N FO R TE RM IN AT IO N OF PA RE NTAL R IG HT S TH E ST AT E OF F LO RI DA TO : A mb er E liz abet h La mb er t f or me rl y kn ow n as A mb er E liz ab eth Ba lle w A ddr es s un kn ow n YO U AR E HE RE BY N OT IF IE D th at a P et itio n ha s b ee n file d in t he a b ov est yl ed C ou rt b y th e ST AT E OF F LO RI DA D EPA RT ME NT O F CH IL DR EN A ND FA MI LI ES f or t er mi na ti on o f pa re nt al r ight s an d pe rm an ent c om mi tm en t fo r su b se qu en t ad op ti on o f th e ab ov e na me d ma le c hild R R. S b or n on A ugus t 11 2011 i n Na ss au C ount y, F lo ri da a nd th e ab ov e na me d ma le ch ild J C S. b or n on O ct ob er 9 2014 in Na ssa u Co un ty F lo ri da Y ou a re hereb y co mma nded t o appe ar b ef or e th e Ho no ra ble C ir cuit J ud ge Ro ber t M F os te r, a t th e Ro ber t M. F os te r Ju st ic e Ce nte r T hi rd F loor C ou rtro om A 76347 V eter an s Way Y ulee Fl or id a 32097 a t th e ho ur o f 1:00 p .m o n July 18, 2018. Yo u must a pp ea r at t he hea rin g on t he d at e an d ti me sp ecif ied. YO UR F AI LU RE T O PE RS ON AL LY A PP EA R FO R TH IS A DV ISO RY H EARI NG C ON ST IT UT ES CO NS EN T TO T HE T ER MI NA TI ON O F PA RE NTAL R IG HT S TO TH ES E CH IL DR EN I F YO U FA IL TO A PP EA R ON T HE D AT E AN D TI ME S PE CI FI ED Y OU M AY LO SE A LL L EG AL R IG HT S TO TH E CH IL DR EN NAM ED I N TH E PE TITI ON P UR SU AN T TO S EC TI ON 39.801( 3) (d), F LO RI DA ST AT UT ES ( 2 017) Pu rs uant t o se ct io ns 39.802 (4 )(d ) an d 63.082( 6)(g), F lo ri da S tatute s ( 2017 ) yo u ar e he re b y info rm ed o f th e avai labilit y of p ri va te p lace me nt wi th a n ad op ti on ent ity a s de fi ne d in s ec ti on 63.032(3) Fl or id a St at ut es ( 2017) Yo u ha ve t he r ig ht t o b e re pr es ented b y an a tt or ne y in t hi s ma tt er a nd b y cour tappo in ted c ou nsel if yo u ar e indi ge nt In di vi duals wi th d is abilit ie s n eed in g a re as on able a cco mm od at io n to p ar ti cipa te in t hi s pr oc eedin g sh ou ld co nt ac t th e ADA C oor dina to r as s oon a s po ssi ble te le ph on e (9 04) 548 4600; o r if he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d call 711. WI TN ES S my h an d as c le rk of s ai d Co ur t an d th e Se al t her eo f t hi s 7t h da y of J une, 2018. Jo hn C ra wf or d as C le rk o f Sa id C ou rt By : Kar en J. L oc ke tt As D eput y Cl er k L A nn H end ri ck s E sq ui re S eni or A tt or ne y/ Ch ildr ens L eg al S er vi ce s Fl or ida Ba r No .: 0834394 ST AT E OF F LO RI DA DE PA RT ME NT O F CH IL DR EN AN D FA MI LI ES 463688 St at e Ro ad 200 Su it e 3 Yu le e, F L 320 97 (9 04)557-910 2 4T 613-2027 & 7 -4 2018 #434750 NO TI CE UN DE R FIC TI TIOUS NAME LA W PUR SUA NT TO SECTION 865.09, FLORID A STAT UT ES NO TI CE I S HE RE BY G IV EN th at t he u nder si gn ed de si ri ng to e ng ag e in b us ines s un de r th e fi ct itio us n am e of S te pha ni es S ug ar a nd S pic e Ca fe l oca te d at 5 03 A C ent re S tr ee t, in t he C ou nt y of N as sa u, i n th e Ci ty o f Fe rn an dina Be ach, Flor ida, 32034 int en ds to r eg is te r th e sa id n am e wi th th e Di vi si on o f Co rp or at io ns o f th e Fl or id a De par tm en t of St at e, T allaha ss ee Flo ri da Da te d at F er na ndin a Be ach, F lo ri da t hi s 13t h da y of Ju ne, 20 18. Th e Pi cnic B as ke t L LC Le galz oom .c om I nc 1T 620-201 8 #436057 1 Lifetime Fernandina Beach resident Ron Sapp will address the Clinch Historical Society with a presentation about the different issues and people that have kept Fernandina such an interesting place in which to live since 1950 at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 9, at the Amelia Island Museum of History, according to a news release. (Sapps) primary focus will include the resort/ tourism era (1973 to present); the different city managers, city attorneys and commissioners. He knows politics from the inside as he was elected city commissioner for the first time in 1978 and served eight terms off and on (over) 24 years (including) six terms (years) as mayor. He regularly contributes to the Fernandina Beach News Leader, the release states. Sapp has lived in Fernandina Beach since he was two years old. He went to all the schools here. He married Kasey, his wife of 50 years. Ron and Kasey have two children: Sherri, who lives in Fernandina Beach, and Lori, now living in Gainesville, the release continues. Sapp has also been a teacher at Fernandina Beach High School since 1988. After taking off two years for retirement, he now teaches Psychology and Honors U.S. History part-time. Hes also a veteran, having served four years 1966-70 in the U.S. Air Force. The program is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. The museum is located at 233 S. Third St. in Fernandina Beach. For more information, contact clinchhistoricalsociety@gmail.com.rfn tbrrrnLifetime Fernandina Beach resident and former city commissioner and mayor Ron Sapp will address the Clinch Historical Society in July.SUBMITTED NL 6 col. Wed 06.20.indd 16 6/19/18 10:09 AM

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 3 Proudly Serving on the Council on Aging Board In Support of our Senior CommunityFellow Citizens, Support Nassau Seniors is an S.O.S. We have begun a Support Our Senior campaign to lower the list of approximately 400 government qualified Nassau citizens on a waiting list for meals and in-house services. Individuals and companies can invest $750 to take a senior off the list. We will begin a countdown every month until this list is no longer there.You may send your check to: Nassau County Council on Aging 1367 South 18th Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034

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4 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE   Our mission is to enhance the lives of older adults through services and compassionate care designed to improve the health, independence and economic security of Nassau County seniors and their families. Senior Staff Robin Bogosh, Programs and Services Director Melody Dawkins, Membership Director Liz Dunn, Marketing and Communications Director Don Harley, Human Resources Director Mike Hays, Transportation Director Paula Slayton, Finance Director Frances Bartelt, Volunteer Coordinator Nassau County Council on Aging Senior Life Publication Managing Editor Melody Dawkins, NCCOA Membership Director Editorial Staff Liz Dunn, NCCOA Marketing and Communications Director Catherine V alera, NCCOA Marketing Assistant Publisher Fernandina Beach News-Leader Cover Photo Brandihill.com Fernandina Beach Life Center 1367 South 18th Street Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 Phone: 904-261-0701 FAX: 904-261-0704 Facebook: Nassau County Council on Aging Website: www.nassaucountycoa.org We anticipate moving to our new location in September 2018: 1901 Island Walkway Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 Hilliard Life Center 37002 Ingham Road, Hilliard, FL 32046-1011 Phone: 904-845-3331 FAX: 904-845-4491 Facebook: Nassau County Council on Aging Website: www.nassaucountycoa.org NassauTRANSIT Phone: 904-261-0700 Toll Free:   800-298-9122 FAX:   904-261-3940 Facebook: Nassau Transit Website: www.nassautransit.org Barbara Gingher, Chair Dan Borge, V ice Chair Geof f Clear, Vice Chair William Gingrich, Treasurer Bob Bolan, Secretary & Board Consultant T ony Baia Carol Cason Lorie Chism Rick Kef fer Susan Milana Joe Murphy Pastor Jeremiah Robinson Jr. Ken Saitow Steve Sell Janice Ancrum, President & CEO About Nassau County Council on Aging . . . . . . . . 6 Featured Stories Aging is No Excuse to Give Up Exercise . . . . . . . . . 8 NCCOA Enrichment Classes Paint a Multigenerational Portrait . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Care and Feeding of Your Brain . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Debunking Popular Myths About Hospice Care . . . . . 13 Baptist Medical Center: Prevent Boomeritis and Stay Active . . . . . . . . . . 14 Emergency Preparedness: Be in the Know . . . . . . . 14 Prostate Cancer Detection and Therapy .. . . . . . . . . 16 Become a Life Center Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Upcoming Presentations & Classes .. . . . . . . . . . . 18 Assistance Programs .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Support Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Mark Your Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Snapshots . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 All classes scheduled between June 1 August 30 will be held at our current location, 1367 S. 18th St., Fernandina Beach. Please check www.nassaucountycoa.org and our Facebook page for locations of our classes starting September 1. We anticipate that classes starting October 1 will be held at our new location at 1901 Island Walkway, Fernandina Beach.

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 5 rfrnt brr Dear Friend, Senior Life, Nassau County Council on Agings premier publication, is here! Our quarterly magazine is designed to celebrate happy, healthy lives, and deliver the best of news and information to our seniors and their families, friends and neighbors in Nassau County. As a matter of fact, Senior Life has something for everyonehealth and wellness, food and nutrition, community resources, and helpful tips and advice to living well. The move-in date to our new home at 1901 Island Walkway NCCOAs Life Center -is getting closer. Were anticipating staff occupancy in September and program offerings in full swing soon thereafter. Our grand opening The Event at 1901 is currently scheduled for late October. I can promise you it will be the talk of Nassau County. Almost one year ago, Hurricane Irma threatened to block our future progress with more than $1.2 million in catastrophic damage to our new building. Through the hard work, generosity and faith of so many including donors and supporters, friends, the local community, NCCOA Board members and staff, as well as our wonderful seniors we are literally on the doorstep of a 25,000-square-foot facility that will enable us to double and triple the number of seniors we currently serve. Our commercial kitchen will provide warm, nourishing congregate meals for homebound and nutritionally challenged seniors, including low-income veterans of all ages. The Life Center will also provide emergency assistance for Nassau County as a disaster response center with back-up generators. NCCOAs Adult Day HealthCare program will serve up to 30 seniors, doubling our current capacity. Our Life Center will offer a media lounge, game more enrichment classes and lifelong learning opportunities. The 2,240-square-foot Grand Hall, in addition to housing senior activities, will be available for rent to outside organizations. We are so excited about all the possibilities for our seniors and our community! Please enjoy this inaugural issue of Senior Life Special thanks to Foy Maloy and his team at the Fernandina Beach News-Leader and Nassau County Record for their invaluable partnership, guidance and assistance. We hope youll keep Senior Life handy in your home or All the best, Janice Ancrum President & CEO P.S. Check out our upcoming schedule of classes on pages 18-21. ff rftr nrrftrffrffrfrr ftrnttrr rfr rrnrrfrnnrrffrfttrrfrffrfbrrftr frtbrr

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6 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE s NCCOAs Programs & Services Department serves seniors by providing vitally important resources such as Case Management, Nutrition and Adult Day HealthCare (ADHC). NCCOA also partners with local and state-funded programs to assist with home energy crises (EHEAP) and facilitate City of Fernandina Beach Wastewater, Case managers provide seniors, families and caretakers information on resources, programs and supportive services available to seniors and their caregivers in Nassau County. These services assist seniors to age in place and navigate local, state and federal systems necessary to the aging process. For those seniors and their caregivers receiving state and federal grant subsidized services in Nassau County, NCCOAs case management ensures services are provided in compliance with the Department of Elder Affairs. Nutrition managers oversee the Life Centers in Fernandina Beach and Hilliard where congregate meals are offered daily. They also manage Nassau Countys Meals on Wheels/Home-delivered Meals program. More than 2,200 balanced nutritious meals are delivered by volunteers each month to those who are homebound due to illness, disability or isolation. Meal delivery also allows volunteer drivers to perform regular safety and wellness checks. In addition, these volunteers provide Meals on Wheels for Pets which ensure that homebound seniors receive necessary pet food and supplies for their companions. ADHC is available in our Fernandina Beach Life Center, and provides care to adults suffering from dementia or early-stage Alzheimers disease who are in need of daily supervision. At the same time, family and caregivers receive much-needed respite while their seniors are at ADHC. The ADHC program is licensed by the State of staff. (For more information, see Adult Day HealthCare The Club on page 7.) Contact: NCCOA at 904-261-0701rff Cs Our new home at 1901 Island W alkway will open in September. This 25,000-square-foot facility will help us provide even greater programs and services at our Fernandina Life Center, including expanded congregate meals, medical screenings, health and wellness clinics, exercise classes and even a media lounge. Enrichment classes in art, crafts, music, technology and more will be offered, as well as lifelong learning educational opportunities. Meeting space is available for rental (maximum occupancy up to 200 persons) at 1901 Island Walkway for group functions including: weddings and receptions, formal contact Melody Dawkins, Membership Director, 904-261-0701 or mdawkins@nassaucountycoa.org. Both Fernandina and Hilliard Life Centers of fer those 60 and older assistance, information and support, as well as a variety of fun and engaging activitiesplus opportunities to socialize. With the establishment of a Membership Director Position, community outreach and greater social media presence, Fernandina activities have increased in participation by 40%. New corporate partnerships have secured increased in-kind donations and volunteers.   No Donation is Too Smallor Too Large! Please consider making a donation to the Nassau County Council on Aging (NCCOA). Your donation may be earmarked liard, Adult Day HealthCare, Home Health Services, NassauTRANSIT, the Capital Campaign or designated to a General need. Naming opportunities are also available at 1901 Island Walkway. You may make a single donation or pledge through your debit checking or savings account. (Contact our Finance Department at 904-261-0701 for more information.) Gifts should be made payable to: Nassau County Council on Aging, 1367 S. 18th St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. In addition, we are happy to discuss a planned gift that honors the life of a loved one through a memorial or tribute, as well as including the Council in your estate plans. For more information on gift planning for our seniors, contact Janice Ancrum, President & CEO, 904-261-0701 or jancrum@nassaucountycoa.org. Through your generosity, Nassau County seniors are better able to live happy, healthy lives. Thank you.

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 7 NassauTRANSIT is the only public transportation system in Nassau County.   We provide both scheduled public bus and registered paratransit services. Our public bus service has convenient bus stops across the county from Hilliard to Fernandina Beach. Commuter express routes connect both east and west Nassau to River City Marketplace and downtown Jacksonville. The Island Hopper bus provides local transportation in Fernandina Beach. The fare for scheduled public bus service is only $1 with no charge for transfers. Registered paratransit is available to all qualifying county residents and provides curbside service for medical appointments, social engagements, recreation, shopping, etc. Advance reservations are required and the fare to board is only accessible. Arl Dfl hCntT hClrb The only one of its kind in Northeast Florida, NCCOA s Adult Day HealthCare Program also known as The Club provided 13,057 hours of on-site respite for caregivers in 2017 and offers their loved ones a safe and secure environment. The program, licensed by the State of Florida, specializes in Alzheimers disease and other related dementias, and offers families an affordable alternative to the rising costs of long-term care. titioner (CDP), and promotes each member s daily success, maintaining or re-establishing a sense of accomplishment and self-worth. The program provides therapeutic activities and individualized care, as well as planned social outings and events. Professional dementia counseling is also available. Contact: Debra Dombkowski at 904-261-0701 or ddombkowski@nassaucountycoa.org l hs   crease in the number of hours provided in the homes of Nassau County seniors in 2017. Non-medical, in-home services include personal care, respite, home making and companion services. In the past year, services provided have doubled from 400 hours to more than 800 hours on average per week. Members fees for these services are paid via federal programs, and/or private pay. With our continued standard of the highest quality care, our Home Health Department has broadened its reach, doubling our staf f with We serve members with a minimum of two hours of care to full 24-hour shifts, depending on the need. Tri-annual training sessions designed to further individualize the client experience continue to elevate the quality of care in members homes. Contact: Home Health at 904-515-8460 Tsps Nss rTRANIT Contact: NassauTRANSIT at 904-261-0700/800-298-9122 or visit www.nassautransit.org. For additional community resources, visit our website at https://www.nassaucountycouncilonaging.org/resources/.

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8 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE BY JANICE C CLARKSON, E EDDD L L MHC C CA CA P Getting older should be about relaxing and taking it easy, right? Not exactly. Exercise is a necessary part of healthy aging. from just about any type of exercise as you age, as long as you're not at risk of injury. Low-impact exercises are often the best choice, especially when coupled with weight-bearing exercises. Cardiovascular exercise. Cardio gets and may leave you a little sweaty and breathless. Good cardio exercises to try are: Swimming W alking or light jogging W ater aerobics or other water classes or exercise Biking Hiking Tennis Golf (minus the carts) Balance training. Keeping muscles you feel better, and working on balance can prevent falls. Strengthen balance Pilates Frequent stretching Chair Y oga T ai Chi Strength training. You don't need to become a bodybuilder, but strengthening muscles can make everyday chores and activities easier. Plus it helps your bones. Boost muscle strength using: Elastic resistance bands Light free weights or dumbbells W eight machines Pieces of furniture or walls at home for resistance How Exercise Helps Overall Exercise keeps you moving, healthy and feeling energized. But staying active also Keeping you independent and able to take care of yourself at home you can play with grandchildren Helping you sleep better Preventing weight gain and contrib uting to the loss of extra pounds Reducing the risk of falls and broken bones feelings of happiness and self-worth Lowering your risk of serious illness es like heart disease and diabetes Keeping your brain and memory functioning well Making Exercise Part of Your Schedule It can be tough to make exercise a habit and a regular part of your day, but the commitment to exercise, and use these tips to help you ease into a workout program: T alk to your doctor. Make sure it's safe for you to start an exercise routine, and learn which exercises are best and how much you can push yourself. Get equipped. You'll need sturdy, supportive shoes for whatever exercise you choose, whether it's walking or biking. Also make sure you have clothing that's comfortable and will help wick away sweat. Make the time. Set aside time every day for exercise, even if you start just by taking the stairs instead of the elevator, or with a walk around the block. Gradually work your way up to longer workouts on most or every day of the week. T urn chores into exercise. You don't have to hit the gym for it to count as exercise. Scrub your house from top to bottom, mow the lawn or tackle big projects like cleaning out clutter in closets, the basement or garage. Get motivated. Consider getting a workout buddy to keep you on track or hiring a personal trainer to develop a program. A trainer will encourage you to stick with it and help you chart your progress. Make it fun. Exercise doesn't have to be an exhausting, sweaty chore that you dread. Enjoy your workout! Go dancing, swimming, bike with your friends, or take up a new sport or game. While youre exercising, listen to music, chat with a friend or just escape into your own thoughts. Y ou'll be amazed at how easy it is to work in small bits of exercise each day and how youll come to enjoy it and look forward to it. Many of these ways to exercise can be found at the Nassau County Council on Aging Life Center. Everyone wants to stay healthy, active and independent as they age, and regular exercise is the key.Janice Clarkson is a Licensed Addiction Professional and Senior health means staying active it can only improve the way you feel LISA F. YOUNG/SHUTTERSTOCK.COM

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10 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE Painting a multigenerational portrait through NCCOA hree generations of the Gilbert-Lindsey family love taking art classes together. Not unusual. What is unusual is the venue: the Nassau County Council on Aging. This issue s cover feature is a testament to the power of family and the surprisingly far-reaching interest of NCCOAs enrichment class offerings. The Gilbert-Lindsey family has lived in Fernandina Beach for the past 27 years. Joyce Gilbert is a grandmother with eight children, 24 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and six great-great grandchildren. Cindy Lindsey, Joyces daughter, has seven children and 10 grandchildren. Cindys daughter, Charity, is a rising 11th grader with lots of friends and diverse interests. Togetherness is the norm for the Gilbert-Lindsey family. Their homes are within walking distance, most special occasions are celebrated as one unit and the Community Baptist Church in Yulee is home away from home. As a matter of fact, Cindys husband, Carl, is the pastor and she is the church secretary. So, when the opportunity arose to attend art class at NCCOA as a trio, Joyce, Cindy and Charity didnt hesitate. We just really like doing things together, Joyce said. Its second nature. Cindy had originally reached out to Melody Dawkins, NCCOA Membership Director, regarding volunteer opportunities. Through conversation, they soon realized their sons knew each other. In sharing their own family news, Melody spoke with her about the many classes offered at NCCOA. The art classes struck a chord. Ive always been art-inclined, said Joyce. She even created a mural on her living room wall, complete with a lighthouse, waterfalls and church. Cindy teaches a co-op cake decorating class, and Charity is involved with the art program through the Christian Homeschool Support Group, Nassau County Home Educators (NCHE). More than 200 families in and around Nassau County comprise the high school group. Photography and acrylic painting are two of her favorites. Even though NCCOA programs tend to skew much higher in age than her Generation Z school classes, Charity doesnt see any downside to learning about new visual and aesthetic art forms in a group of folks usually more than triple and quadruple her years. Theyre all people, she says, and part of our community. So far Joyce, Cindy and Charity have enjoyed watercolor, clay, intro to drawing and pen, pencil and color classes together at the Councils current location across from Baptist Medical Nassau. They admit theyve had fun socializing in the cozy little building, but are really looking forward to the grand opening of The Life Center at 1901 Island Walkway. The time spent bonding with family is priceless, Cindy says. Socializing with each other is important, as well as getting to know our community even better . It s more fun with people you know and care about, adds Charity. And, Joyce chimes in, If you like people, join us! On behalf of the Council, we certainly hope you do. rf nt b TThree generations of the Gilbert-Lindsey Family Joyce, Cindy and Charity learn from Lamar Miles as teaches the finer points of his characteristic painting style. Lamar is a Fernandina Beach native and his artwork is featured on local buildings in Northeast Florida and Georgia. BRANDIHILL.COM

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 11 BY BARbBARA BRUCE, MSS, A AGING WELL FACILITATOR Everyone wants a longer richer life, but no one wants to get old. Too true! One of the ways to accomplish a longer, richer life is to care for your brain. (I cant help the chronological aspect sorry.) Y our brain is the most amazing organ in the universe! It has been the subject of study and fascination for hundreds of years. We are learning more about the functioning of the human brain now than in any other time in our history. Your brain is responsible for many of the ways you age. Take care of it. Many folks are more fearful of losing brain function than they are of death. search informs us that changing behaviors can change your life. With that in mind (pun intended), listed here are 13 habits, that if done faithfully, will constitute a major part of care and feeding of your brain. These strategies are the keys to belt here we go Exercise is by far the most important thing you can do to keep your brain healthy Exercise will keep your brain supplied with rich, oxygenated blood. Plan to exercise at least 30 minutes a day. This is not as daunting as it seems. You dont have to run marathons. Simply walking at a brisk pace will help. Hint Park at the back of the Publix parking lot and walk! Just do it! Eat smart Read labels If you cant pronounce the ingredients do NOT put them in your body. Hint Avoid the meat and trans fats (not good)A great place to start your journey of healthy eating is simply by including dark-colored vegetables and fruits as a primary source of nutrition. Hint Think Mediterranean Diet. Challenge your mind Do something each day to make your brain work hardercrossword or jigsaw puzzles, learning a new language or dance step. Hint Use it or lose it. Do something novel Read a paragraph upside down, A void same old, same old. Connect each day We are herd creatures. We need to keep in touch with others to stimulate brain functioning. Hint Connect in person, not on line. Minimize stress (I can hear you saying right.) Deep breathing, exercise, singing and laughter all help to keep stress levels to a minimum. Hint Focus on including these habits in your daily life. Think positive Seeing the glass full helps to create positive endorphins in your body Hint List 3 things each day you are thankful for do not record the same items for a Incorporate all senses Taste, touch, smell, hear and see whenever it is appropriate to anchor what you want to remember. Hint Focus on heightening your senses each is housed in a different part of the brain. Sing and play It s good for you just do it! Hint Try singing You Are My Sunshine with a frown. Laugh Think about what makes you laugh and incorporate that into every day Laughter has been called internal jogging. Hint Laughter really is the best medicine and there is no need for a prescription and no side effects. Get adequate sleep Your brain does not function optimally without sleep. Hint Try breathing in for a count of 3 and out for a count of 6 several times to relax your body and prepare for sleep. Take time each day to consider all of the blessings you have had in your life. It is a great mind healer. Seen on a tee shirt here If you are lucky enough to walk a beach, you are lucky enough. Hint Focus on how lucky you are and put your troubles away for a bit. Pay attention! In our multi-faceted world, we often forget to pay attention, much to our detriment. Hint Several times each day close your eyes, take a deep breath and focus on ONLY the task at hand. Practicing these habits will contribute greatly to the care and feeding of your brain. Please note I said practicing. Y ou have to do it! Hint No one can do your pushups for you!Barbara Bruce speaks locally and nationally on the many faceted aspects of living fully and celebrating aging. She is the author of 10 books and countless articles. Barbara has a BS in Education, an MS in Creative Studies and a each year on this wonderful island. Visit her website Agingwellfacilitator.com rfn PESHKOVA/SHUTTERSTOCK.COM

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 13 tbbBy Jay Magee, APR Community Hospice & Palliative Care For people who live with an advanced, life-limiting illness and those who love them, hospice care offers much-needed comfort, relief and peace of mind. Born out of European care traditions from the Middle Ages, the modern American hospice movement began in the 1970s, and it has taken root in a big way. In 2016, the National Hospice & Palliative Care Orgacomfort and the best possible quality of life. While hospice care has been available in the U.S. for nearly 50 years, numerous popular myths persist even today about what hospice isand what it isnt. Here in Northeast Florida, Community Hospice & Palliative Care has served more than 200,000 patients and families since our founding nearly 40 years ago. Below is just a small sampling of the more prevalent myths we have heard over the years, along with the truths you need to know. MYTH: Hospice is a place. A CLEARER PICTURE: Instead of being a place of care, hospice is a unique kind of care for people with advanced illness and those who love them. It is an approach to care that accepts dying as a natural part of life when death is inevitable, seeking neither to speed up the dying process nor avoid it. Community Hospice & Palliative Care is available wherever you reside in your private home, in a nursing home, assisted living community or in the hospital. At times, pain or symptoms tions, we offer a higher inpatient level of care at our homelike inpatient centers. In Nassau County, the Community Hospice Jane and Bill Warner Center for Caring, on the campus of Baptist Medical Center Nassau, provides this special kind of care when needed most. MYTH: Hospice is only for people in their last days of life. A CLEARER PICTURE: Here in Florida, hospice care is appropriate for those who have a limited prognosis of 12 months or less (six months for Medicare eligibility) if the illness runs its normal course. A common misconception about hospice is that it is a last resort and that a person must be bedridden or unable to communicate to receive help. Nothing could be further from the truth. Involving hospice care early means theres more quality time for patients to spend with the people they love and time to MYTH: Hospice care means giving up hope. Hospice involves acknowledging that an illness in its advanced stage may not be cured. A CLEARER PICTURE: Accepting hospice services does not mean you or your loved ones need to surrender hope or ongoing medical support. You can continue to plan each day for the best possible quality of life, even while no longer pursuing aggressive curative treatments. Your decision to receive may discontinue hospice care and elect to receive other kinds of care. MYTH: Hospice means nothing else can be done. A CLEARER PICTURE: At the core of the hospice philosophy of care is the relief of pain and symptoms, for you and your loved ones. Community Hospice & Palliative Care focuses on providing comfort when there is no cure and offers comprehensive services to enhance your quality of life and support your family members. MYTH: Hospice is just about dying. A CLEARER PICTURE: Hospice is about living as fully as possible and making the most of the time you have. Its about living in comfort and with dignity and helping you have a better quality of life with the support you and your family need. MYTH: Hospice means giving up control. A CLEARER PICTURE: Hospice care gives you choices about where to receive care, how you want to live your life, and decisions regarding the kind of care and treatments you do and do not want. Your hospice care is individualized based on input from you, your family, your physician and the hospice interdisciplinary team. MYTH: Hospice costs a lot of money A CLEARER PICTURE: Financial issues are among the greatest concerns people have about health care. Paying for doctor visits, hospitalization, equipment, medications, longterm care and more can be very expensive. Hospice care is the exception. At Community Hospice & Palliative Care, we work to ensure Medicaid and most private insurance plans cover most costs associated with hospice care, we provide services to all who request them and are eligible, regardless of ability to pay. MYTH: Hospice is just for cancer patients. A CLEARER PICTURE: Hospice improves the quality of life for people with a wide range of advanced illnesses, including (but not limited to) congestive heart failure (CHF), stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Alzheimers disease, advanced dementia, kidney disease, liver disease, Parkinsons disease, Lou Gehrigs disease (ALS), complications of AIDS, multiple sclerosis and cancer. MYTH: Ill have to give up my own doctor A CLEARER PICTURE: Every aspect of Community Hospice & Palliative Care involves teamwork, which can include your own doctor. Our professional hospice team members are experienced in coordinating and discussing with your doctor the best plan of care for you. T o request hospice care or a no-obligation information visit, contact Community Hospice & Palliative Care at 904-2685200 or 800-274-6614 toll-free, or visit CommunityHospice. com to learn more about our comprehensive care and support.

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14 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE Stephen Lucie   sports medicine. He graduated from the University of North Carolina and the Medical College of Georgia, and he completed his residency in orthopedics at the University of Colorado in Denver. BY R R S STEph PH EN L LUCIE, MD D Lets face it. Most of us have no intention of growing old gracefully. In fact, many of us lead, or plan to lead, an active lifestyle well into our 60s, 70s and 80s. If youre in the Baby Boomer Generation born between 1945 and 1965 chances are youve recently been seen bicycling, jogging or running a 5k. This is a good thing! Even though a sedentary lifestyle is a problem that affects most Americans and contributes to rising obesity and diabetes, the Baby Boomer Generation stay active. While sedentary counterparts develop the same health   issues as the average American, a subset of Baby Boomers is bucking the trend by staying active and living their best. Depending on level of activity its not unusual to see younger Baby Boomers, active people in their 50s, develop muscle pulls and strains common in younger athletes. Shoulder and knee problems are some of the most common issues affecting baby boomers and producing the phenomenon known as boomeritis. These are mid-life, active people who encounter a snag in their active lifestyle. There are new ways to treat wear-andtear problems and preserve your activity level, but prevention is the best way to keep you on top of your game. Here are some ways to keep you healthy: Stay active. You will feel younger and healthier than your counterparts, and you might be able to delay osteoarthritis and joint problems. Exercise daily not just on weekends. rect your posture and make sure youre moving correctly. Choose good footwear Pay attention to your body Dont continue working out through the pain. Improve your posture, and work on avoid injuries. See a doctor if you feel discomfort. Early intervention is best. How can you tell when it s time to see a doctor? When your gait starts to be affected by pain, or when you develop a limp, its probably time to talk to a doctor about knee or hip discomfort. If any other problem curtails your normal activities, its time to get those problems checked out by a family doctor and possibly an orthopedic specialist. If a doctor tells you that you have early arthritis, you can stay active by switching to low impact activities such as swimming, bicycling and elliptical machine workouts. These are preferred over high-impact activities like running. If you enjoy group exercise classes, you can continue by simply modifying your movements. Most instructors will accommodate your needs and help you exercise effectively and without risking injury. The deterioration of muscle, bone strength and agility might seem like a normal part of the aging process, but you can avoid boomeritis by exercising with a new awareness of your strengths in order to preserve your active lifestyle. Provided by Martha Oberdorfer, MPH, CPH, FPEM, Senior Planner/Accreditation Manager, Nassau County Emergency Operations Center The Nassau County Emergency Management Center has implemented a program to send alerts, warnings and critical cation system. The processing time for residents to receive these alerts via text, e-mail or cell phone is approximately 30 days. You are encouraged to sign up now rather than waiting for a storm at website: www.NassauFL-EM.com. recommended prior to a storm that you also review the Know Your Zone at the county website (www.NassauFL-EM-com) local radar, information and impact warnings at https://www. weather.gov/jax/. Up-to-date information is also available on book page, Twitter and NextDoor. Once sustained winds (that s averaged over one minute, nPREPARED CONTINUED ON PAGE 16

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 15 Allegiant Home Care is committed to the highest level of compassion and character for our patients, providers and community. Many apply, only the best staff are selected and are carefully screened in compliance with the regulations of the State of Florida, as required by the Agency for Healthcare Administration. Background checks are done on all caregivers through the Florida Division of the Agency for Health Care Administration. A Better Way To CareAllegiant Home Care is State Licensed CHAP Accredited and Insured. Skilled Nurses Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Speech Therapists Social Workers Home Health AidesTel: 904.361.3902724 College Street, Suite 101 Jacksonville, FL 32204allegianthomecare.org Coastal Home OrganizersLife just got easier. We organize, pack, unpack, design, wait for vendors, you name it.Bonded and Insured Serving Nassau County904-572-1708 www.CoastalHomeOrganizers.com

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16 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE BY MARK BANDYK, MD D MPH, MS S As a man ages, his prostate gland, a golfball-size organ,   part of the lower urinary system, becomes more important to him. The prostate gets a mans attention when he starts developing voiding symptoms with more frequent day and night trips to the bathroom, slow stream and straining with urination.   Many men live with these symptoms, because they are getting older and thats life.   However that is not necessary nor true. There are numerous medications to open an obstructing prostate or shrink an enlarged one.   If medicines fail to correct the problem, there are both minimally invasive treatments and surgery with high success rates to improve the quality of life.   V oiding problems are more likely to be related to an enlarged prostate or benign prostatic hypertrophy. It is fortuitous that a man gets these symptoms as they may lead him to seek medical attention. In most situations, there are no warning signs with the development of prostate cancer.   When the prostate gland grows, it has the ability to grow with both benign and cancerous growth. Therefore, it is very important a man is screened for prostate cancer with a PSA (Prostate PSA is protein produced by normal, as well as malignant cells of the prostate gland.   The PSA test measures the level of PSA in a mans blood. As the levels increase, there is a higher probability of having prostate cancer, though benign conditions can also affect the PSA level. With its FDA approval in 1994,   PSA mortality of prostate cancer over the past two decades.   However, it remains a   there will be about 165,000 new cases   and about 30,000 deaths due to prostate cancer.   It is not a perfect screening test, so an elevated PSA blood test must be further evaluated with a biopsy to In 2018, I am amazed that men are not adequately screened and presented with advanced stage disease. Lack of knowledge regarding PSA cannot always be blamed on a mans apathy.   In the recent past,   misinformation in the popular media and medical literature has given the impression that the PSA blood harm to a man. In an effort to improve PSA screening and the detection of prostate cancer, the American Urologic Association guidelines have recently focused attention on younger men, under 69 years of age.   A younger men would therapy if prostate cancer is diagnosed.   With new research developments,   I utilize the most accurate methods of diagnosis using prostate MRI imaging, MRI-guided fusion biopsy and genetic testing. If the diagnosis of cancer is made early, the mortality rate is low. About 1 man in 40 will die of prostate cancer.   Now we know some prostate cancer grows so slowly, so low-risk cancer can be safely observed, managed with active surveillance.   Intermediate or high-risk cancer can be curative with robotic surgery and proton radiation therapy.   My 15-year experience with robotic surgery has demonstrated minimal side effects of incontinence and erectile dysfunction with a high probability of surgical cure.   Also, nonsurgical therapy is possible with proton therapy.   In my Urologic Oncology practice, I utilize all of the current modalities in the diagnosis and management of prostate cancer.   In conclusion, there are important things to know about the detection and therapy for prostate cancer: 1. There are no warning signs for early stage prostate cancer. 2. T rust and obtain a PSA   blood test, and physical exam for early detection. 3. If urinary symptoms develop, seek medical attention for help. 4. Early diagnosis of prostate cancer leads to more management options and optimal therapeutic   outcomes.   5. It is possible to live your life as a prostate cancer survivor with excellent quality of life.Mark Bandyk is Associate Professor of Surgery, Department of Urology, UF Health Urology Jacksonvilletnot just gusts) reach 39 mph, FDOT considers bridges unsafe for vehicle travel so they are closed; closures for an evacuation has been ordered are not wind-speed dependent. After an evacclear access roads, conduct search and rescue, and eliminate life-safety risks before the public is allowed back into evacuated areas.   More good advice for pre-storm, during a watch:   communicate with friends and relatives to let them know your shelter/evacuation plans; keep cell phones charged; use a cell phone to take photos of all home contents and critical documents (licenses, insurance policies, receipts, etc.) pre-storm and save them electronically (to the cloud or email them to a friend) so you can verify damage or losses and have quick access to those documents afterward, even if they do get damaged or lost.   Residents who think they might need to go to a public shelter during an evacuation and have special medical needs or are without personal transportation should register NOW for assistance at www.NassauFL-EM.com under Special Needs During Evacuations or at https:// sau.   PREPARED CONTINUED FROM PAGE 14

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 17 As a REALTOR for 20 years: helping seniors with nding their perfect home, Downsizing can be a di cult process Caring and compassionate assistance with selling their home, especially if they Lose a Spouse Registered Nurse for 35 years, so I understand the needs of aging, memory disorder, and assisted living Volunteer at the Council on Aging Parishioner at St. Michaels Catholic Church and Amelia Baptist Healthy Lifestyle: Barre Instructor at Amelia Fit, equestrian, golf, tennis, swimming, gardening, cycling Active in the community: Newcomers Club, Community Bible Study, Book Club Elizabeth Bandyk REALTOR (863) 608-2013 CellOcean Front Luxury Realtyeabandyk@gmail.com(863) 608-2013 Cell eabandyk@gmail.comA great location; premium amenities; convenient ; 95166 Captains Way, Amelia Island, FL$765,000 95412 Spinnaker Drive, Amelia Island, FL$1,199,000 Carlton Dunes Condo, Amelia Island, FL$1,795,500 Monument Sales & Installation Laser Photo Engraving Mobile Sandblasting Etching, Gifts, Glassware Stainless Steel Tumblers, Stone & Wood Pet Memorials Hydro-Dip Services Free Estimates B&B Monuments Monuments & Engraving960185 Gateway Blvd., Suite 101 Fernandina Beach, FL 32034bandbmonuments.com 904-277-2742 BEST of the BEST4 Consecutive Year Winner Savannah Grand is an assisted living and memory support community nestled amongst scenic oak trees located just one block from the beach. Serves Gourmet/Homestyle Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner daily Housekeeping, Laundry and Maintenance Services Vibrant Activities Program complimented by many events Transportation for Outings and Medical Appointments Private Suites Offering Several Floor Plans Personalized Service Plans for Each Resident Call us today, stop by for a visit, join us for lunch, or all of the above!

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18 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE All classes scheduled between June 1 August 30 will be held at our current location, 1367 S. 18th St., Fernandina Beach. Please check www.nassaucountycoa.org and our Facebook page for locations of our classes starting September 1. We anticipate that classes starting October 1 will be held at our new location at 1901 Island Walkway, Fernandina Beach. Our move to 1901 Island W alkway later this year marks a new chapter for the Nassau County Council on Aging (NCCOA). The Life Centers 25,000-square-foot facility provides the space and services for not only our seniors we serve, but the community in which we live and work. Y ou can be a part of this exciting growth by joining our membership program which will offer priority registration and discounts for our presentations and classes (lots of new classes!), free use of our Media Caf, Library, Computer Lab, Game Room and Fitness Area, as well as invitations to special events throughout the year. The fee for individual members is $100.00 per year. We also offer the option of a quarterly membership for $35.00 and monthly for $15.00. Couples (two people per household) may join yearly for $160.00, quarterly for $50.00 or monthly for $20.00. While you do not have to become a member to enjoy all of you are paying for the one-time annual fee. Please contact Melody Dawkins, Membership Director for additional information or to join at 904-261-0701 or mdawkins@nassaucountycoa.org. W e are offering a special annual membership discount until Dec. 31, 2018. To celebrate our grand opening of 1901 Island Walkway later this year, we invite you to join for only $75.00 (individual members); couples may join for $135.00. To take advantage of this discount, you must join for the year. rtrfnrrrrtr tbrrffrff W e would like to thank our instructors and coaches, many of whom are volunteers who make our calendar offerings possible. Thank you! frfrfr W e are always looking for instructors to expand our class offerings. If you are available to share your talent and expertise, please contact Melody Dawkins at mdawkins@nassaucountycoa.org or 904-261-0701. rrrfrfr A Matter of Balance Managing Concerns About Falls Free Presented by Northeast Florida AHEC T uesdays & Thursdays, Oct 2-Oct 25, 9:30-11:30 am An evidence-based interactive fall prevention and exercise program developed by Maine Health and the University of Boston. The purpose of the program is to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels of older adults who have concerns about falls. Participants receive practical coping and fall risk management strategies, and exercises to increase balance and strength. This class is limited to 14 participants. Tai Chi for Arthritis Free Presented by Northeast Florida AHEC Mondays & Fridays, Oct 1-Nov 30, 9:00-10:00 am (Closed Nov 12 V eterans Day and Nov 23 Day After Thanksgiving)An evidenced-based program from the Arthritis Foundation designed by experts to create a safe, easy to learn and effective form of Tai Chi for people with Arthritis. The program inweight transference, which improves balance and prevents falls. Based on the Sun style of Tai Chi, the one-hour class meets twice weekly for eight weeks. This class is limited to 20 participants. Chair Yoga Every Wednesday, 9:00-10:00 am Members $5.00 / Non-Members $15.00 Chair yoga is a great alternative form of yoga for those who cannot be on their back or knees. The postures have been seated in a straight-back chair and standing beside the chair. Chair yoga emphasizes body, mind and breath, and promotes strength, range of motion and balance. The movements are uncomplicated and easy to learn. Gentle Yoga with Eliza Every T uesday starting Oct 2, 2:00-3:00 pm Members $5.00 / Non-Members $15.00 A calming, stress-relieving yoga class to stretch and strengthen the body gradually. Emphasis is on building awareness of the breath and the body. Poses are linked together at a slow pace with attention to alignment and detail. Recommended for all levels. Mindfulness Meditation Tuesday, Oct 16, 3:30-5:00 pm Members $15.00 / Non-Members $25.00 Navigate through daily life and times of stress including health crises using mindfulness, breathing techniques, positive visualization and meditation. Come experience a way to move forward, reduce stress and improve your health. Discount Membership Available Until December 31!

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 19 ffrbrrf Coffee & Karaoke with Lost in the 50s Every T uesday, 9:30-11:30 am Members Free / Non-Members $5.00 Singing makes you feel good, releases endorphins, and exer performing or how popular you may become in the community if you agree to a Facebook post! Come and bring a friend. There is no pressure for you to sing we welcome you to come and enjoy the entertainment. Dan & the Band 1st & 3rd Friday of each month, 9:00-10:00 am Members Free / Non-Members $5.00 Bluegrass, old country and gospel music presented by Dan Dubberly, Bruce Beville, Dave Truluck, Susan Ralph and Sam Taylor. Music with Terry 3rd Thursday of each month, 9:00-1 1:00 am Members Free / Non-Members $5.00 Sing along to a variety of music from the 60s to the present pre sented by Terry Murphy and occasionally a guest. Line Dancing Beginning Oct 4: Every Thursday 4:00-6:00 pm Members $5.00 / Non-Members $15.00 Basic line dancing instruction plus new line dances and old fadrink(s) for yourself. Beginner Ukulele with Kristen W ednesdays, Jan 2-9-16-23, 2019, 7:00-8:00 pm Members $20.00 / Non-Members $30.00 Beginning ukulele lessons on tuning, picking, strumming, technique, theory and more. You will be able to perform simple songs by the end of this four-week class. Ukulele (soprano, tenor or concert) and tuner required. fftrffr Beginning Bridge T uesdays, 1:00-2:30 pm, Oct 9 & 16, 1:00-3:00 pm & W ednesdays, Oct 11 & 18, 1:00:00 pm Members $30.00 / Non-Members $40.00 Learn the basics of the game of Bridge and start playing in no time. These lessons are designed for players with little or no previous knowledge of the game. Beginning Canasta T uesdays, 1:00-3:00 pm, Nov-13-20-27, 1:00-3:00 pm & W ednesdays, Nov 28-Dec 5-12-19, 1:00:00 pm Members $30.00 / Non-Members $40.00 Learn the game of Canasta with guidance through each con cept of the game while teaching you the rules and strategies. tice classes with an invitation to play two classes with an established Canasta group. Wheel of Fortune 4th Thursday of each month, 10:00-1 1:30 am Presented by V itas Healthcare Members Free / Non-Members $5.00 Come join us for a fun game of Wheel of Fortune and win useful prizes donated by Vitas Healthcare. AARP Driver Improvement Class T uesday, Oct 30, 10:00 am-4:00 pm Presented by AARP Members Free / Non-Members $5.00 This class is designed for mature drivers (50 and over). Driving is a skill that can and should be continually improved. A driver improvement course can help senior drivers keep driving knowledge fresh and get the most out of your vehicle, while reducing risk to you, your passengers and others on the road. AARP driver improvement courses will enable you to receive a discount on insurance premiums. This course is offered by discount there is an AARP fee of $15.00 (AARP members) or $20.00 (non-AARP members). Please bring your AARP card for discount eligibility. fnfr Acrylic Painting with Lamar Saturday Aug 3, 10:00 am-1:00 pm Saturday Oct 6, 10:00 am-1:00 pm Saturday Nov 3, 10:00 am-1:00 pm Saturday Dec 1, 10:00 am-1:00 pm Members $30.00 / Non-Members $40.00 Come and paint an acrylic masterpiece with local artist Lamar Miles. Jump-start your artistic journey with step-by-step guidance from blank canvas to an acrylic work of art! This is a fully guided painting class for beginner to advanced artist. You will leave with a completed project masterpiece. The class fee covers all supplies. Each class will offer two different subjects concentrating on special requests, seasons and holidays. Special requests are considered prior to a month of the class date. Mixed Media Art with Pipar Sat, Sep 22-29-Oct 13-20, 10:00 am-12:00 pm Members $30.00 / Non-Members $40.00 Students will combine various materials with traditional paint ing techniques to create their own unique mixed media artwork. Supplies will be furnished to complete a box or canvas; however, you may want to personalize the artwork with your own collection of treasures and media images or photos. Intro to Chalk Pastels with Libby Thursday July 5-12-19-26, 3:00-5:00 pm Members $35.00 / Non-Members $45.00 Create composition from the three components of art: Subject, Form and Content. Subjects covered range from still life to landscape, seascape to abstract art. Pencil outline of shapes created and base color applied for shadow shapes in composition. Layering of pastel pencil colors, working from dark to light. Different techniques of application creating wonderful textures. Students are required to bring a high-resolution/quality print out Exploration of Pen & Ink & Color Mediums with Libby Thursday Aug 2-9-16-23, 3:00-5:00 pm Members $35.00 / Non-Members $45.00

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20 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE Outlined light sketched images such as palm trees, sunset landscape and sea creatures will be provided on watercolor paper with a colorful handout. Micron black archival pens are used to create various types of lines, hatching, cross-hatching, stippling, thick/thin line variation, scribbling and invented textures. Color mediums and techniques are used to add a layer or more of vibrant color to enhance the black and white composition. Exploration of watercolor pencils, watercolors and/or color inks is also demonstrated. Handouts, paper and tape will be provided. .005, .01, .02 and .03. Intro to Needlepoint with Robin & Patti T uesdays, Oct 9-16-23, 10:00-11:30 am Members $20.00 / Non-Members $30.00 Y ou will learn basic needlepoint stitches such as continental and basket weave. Each student will make a coaster with a design. All materials are provided.trrfr Making Social Media Work for You (4 Class Series): Class Schedule Below (Oct 2 1) 4 Class Series Bundle:   Members $60.00 ($75.00 value) Non-Members $100.00 ($1 15.00 value) Classes may be taken individually Getting Started:   Intro to Social Media T uesday, Oct 2, 3:00-5:00 pm Members $10.00 / Non-Members $20.00 This class is an introduction to social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.   Learn how to create your own social media accounts, and upload photos and images. Kick it Up a Notch! Thursday Oct 4, 3:00-5:00 pm Members $15.00 / Non-Members $25.00 How to create video content, reach out to groups, determine when and how to schedule postings, use interactive content, add apps, share other Facebook pages, etc.   How to multi-task with social media, balancing the use of your personal, group, and/or business pages and accounts.   Also, how to use Mes senger. Keeping Your Social Media Current & Safe               T uesday, Oct 9, 3:00-5:00 pm Members $20.00 / Non-Members $30.00 T ips on updating your social media accounts as well as staying on top of the latest safety tools and trends.   Exploring how to identify problems and issues, and what to do to correct them.   Dos and donts of information sharing.    How to choose your audience.   What is an algorithm?   The risks of liking and sharing posts.                                                                                                                Promoting Your Business, Clubs & Events Thursday Oct 11, 3:00-5:00 pm Members $30.00 / Non-Members $40.00 How to engage an audience to promote your small busi ness, organization or club.   Also learn how to quantify your outreach to increase your numbers and audience growth.   How to stay in the social media game without a lot of effort.   Ad vertising pay or not to pay?   What do the social media   resources. How to Use an iPhone and/or iPad Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, Oct 1-3, 9:30-11:30 am Members $30.00 / Non-Members $40.00 Class will cover physical attributes of the phone, overview of the iOS operating system, system navigation and user interface, iCloud and system preference settings, telephone voice operation, networking options (Cellular Data, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, AirDrop), iCloud, SMS vs. iMessage, strategies for security management, battery life management, system backup and synchronization, software updates, FindMyiPhone. Will also cover how to get the most out of native applications, including: Safari, Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Camera, Photos, iBooks, iTunes, Music, Maps, FaceTime, etc. Note: You will need your Apple ID and associated password, as well as the administrative password for the device. These passwords will not be shared but are needed to access certain features of the Apple devices. How to Use an Apple Mac Computer Monday Tuesday, Wednesday, Nov 5-7, 10:00 am-12:00 pm Members $30.00 / Non-Members $40.00 use the networking features, employ basic system management features and learn the basic function of native apps. This class is designed for the novice user, but will also be useful for more seasoned users who wish to gain additional knowledge. Please note: You will need your Apple ID and associated password, as well as the administrative password for the device. These passwords will not be shared but needed to access certain features of the Apple devices.rffbrrf The Pros and Cons of Reverse Mortgages Thursday Oct 4, 10:00-11:00 am Presented by Jacksonville Legal Aid Members Free / Non-Members $10.00 Over the last decade, reverse mortgages have been aggres sively pitched in ads as an easy way for seniors to cash in their home equity to pay for living expenses. However, for many, agproblems later, resulting in foreclosure. In actuality, there are some cases where reverse mortgages can be helpful to borrowers. However, its essential to do extensive research on these products before you sign.   Many of the problems caused by reverse mortgage collections activity cannot be anticipated at the outset. Fair Housing My Rights as an (Aging) Tenant Thursday Nov 1, 10:00-11:00 am Presented by Jacksonville Legal Aid Members Free / Non-Members $10.00 The Fair Housing Act protects people from discrimination when   race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability and familial

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 21 DRIVE THRU SERVICE Monday-Thursday 8am-11pm Friday & Saturday 8am-Midnight Sunday 2pm-10pm VOTED BEST LIQUOR STORE 22 YEARS! 2112 S. 8th St. 261-3640 One Mile Past Intracoastal Bridge on the Right Locally Owned & Operated5 POINTS LIQUORS Dewars1.75L$2999 Titos Vodka1.75L$2999 Makers Mark750 mL$2499 Canadian Club1.75L$1999light or dark Bacardi Rum1.75L$1999 Bombay Original Gin1.75L$2899 10 % OFF (excludes discounts and sale items)Monday is Senior Citizen Daystatus (children residing in the household). Advance Directives Thursday Dec 6, 10:00 -11:00 am Presented by Jacksonville Legal Aid Members Free / Non-Members $10.00 Advance directives documents provide authorization for your trusted representative(s) to act on your behalf if youre unable to make decisions for yourself due to illness or incapacity.   These documents include Durable Power of Attorney, Designation of Health Care Surrogate, Living Will and Designation of Pre-need Guardian.   ttrfnrbrrf Heeeeeeeres Johnny!   Chat with the Mayor T uesday, Oct 2, 4:00-5:00 pm Members Free/Non-Members $5.00 Chat with the Mayor is an opportunity to meet with Fernandina Beach Mayor Johnny Miller to receive community updates.   He will also be available to discuss issues and/or concerns that affect you and/or our community all off the record.   Advance     Health, Caregiver and Support Presentations Lunch & Learn: Hope for the Holidays T uesday, Nov 6, 12 noon-1:00 pm Presented by Community Hospice & Palliative Care Members $5.00 / Non-Members $15.00 This program is of fered during the holiday season by Commuon their loss, cope with grief reactions and restore a sense of hope for the upcoming season, and offers ways to refocus energy on positive activities and rituals to honor and remember loved ones.   Participants should be at least 18 years old. Light lunch provided. Maximum 20 attendees, reserve early. Peace of Mind Monday Oct 15, 10:30-11:30 am Presented by Community Hospice & Palliative Care Members Free / Non-Members $10.00 T ake time to plan ahead with your loved one now so future tions and unnecessary worry for you and/or your family members.   Peace of mind comes when you have a conversation about your goals, beliefs and experiences, and make your wishes known. This class also incorporates the Hello Game to bring awareness of the importance of advance care planning and talking with your loved ones about your health care wishes. The game brings some levity to these conversations while validating their importance. For more information on the game and to see how it is played, go to: https://www. reserve early. Contact NCCOA at 904-261-0701. Adult Day HealthCare (ADHC or The Club) Offers family and caregivers of seniors suffering from dementia and Alzheimers respite care for their loved ones. The Club members enjoy a host of enrichment activities in a safe and secure environment. CHORE (Small Home Repair Program) Volunteers assist with small home repairs and assistance (such as a ramp) providing the safety and security to help seniors remain in their home (fee based). Low-Cost Dental Hygiene Care is available from the Dental Hygiene Program at Florida State College at Jacksonville-North Campus, Bldg. A, Room 320, 4501 Capper Road, Jacksonville, FL 32218. Students provide services while being supervised by licensed dentists and dental hygienists. The cost for adults is $10 and children (12 years and under) is $6. Call 904-766-6571 for an appointment. Emergency Home Energy Assistance Program (EHEAP) provides senior citizens 60 years of age and over with assistance in paying their electric bill once during the heating or cooling seasons. Eligibility includes senior living in the household in Nassau County, must have a past due electric bill and income determination. FAX and Notary Service Available by appointment. Financial Assistance through government-subsidized programs available through the Council on Aging. As the lead agency for the Community Care for the Elderly program, potential clients are screened, evaluated and given a risk assessment score (calculated by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs). Those of publication, due to the current demand for services and budget cuts statewide, there are waiting lists.frbft

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JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE 23 Free Legal Assistance for Nassau County residents. Jacksonville Legal Aid is available at no cost by appointment to assist with topics such as health care proxy, power of attorney, family law, consumer and housing issues, as well as other matThursday of every month at 9:30, 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. Friendly Visitors spend one hour per week to chat and call, keeping homebound seniors in touch with the outside world. Contact Frances Bartelt, fbartelt@nassaucountycoa.org or 904-261-0701 for additional information. Home Health Services Provides non-medical in-home services to homebound seniors that help them live independently in their home or the home of a loved one. Assists with homemaking and personal care. Meals on Wheels & Meals on Wheels for Pets are delivered to homebound seniors only, Monday through Friday. Contact Case Manager Fran Hidden, fhidden@nassaucountycoa. org, for enrollment assistance or Nutrition Manager Gina Cox, gcox@nassaucountycoa.org, or 904-261-0701 for information. Prescription Discount Program Assistance (available early 2019) provides information about special programs to lower the cost of prescription drugs for seniors. Senior Roll Call Lifeline is a telephone reassurance program that offers daily contact to senior citizens residing in Fernandina Beach. Residents interested in enrollment need to be over the age 55 single and/or married couples who live alone have a disability that inhibits mobility and have no daily contact with friends or family are without a person to conduct daily check on their well-being. SHINE Program (Serving Health Information Needs of Elders) assistance provides free, one-on-one health care inforcaregivers to help evaluate, compare and choose a health plan that best meets their personal needs. Also assists with payment denials or appeals, Medicare rights and protections, and Medicare bills. Appointments are available at NCCOA on the second and fourth Thursday of every month at 9:30, 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. Transportation: NassauTRANSIT 25 vehicles offering the only mode of public transportation in Nassau County. Buses travel throughout the county and into Jacksonville. The fare for scheduled public bus service is only $1 with no charge for transfers. Registered paratransit is available to all qualifying county residents and provides curbside service for medical appointments, social engagements, recreation, shopping, etc. Advance reservations are required and the fare to board is only $2. The Island Hopper bus provides local transportation in Fernandina Beach for $1. NCCOA Hearing Loss Support Group 1st T uesday of each month, 1:00 3:00 pm (Meetings resume October 2) Contact: Frances Bartelt 904-261-0701 fbartelt@nassaucountycoa.org Group discussions focus on hearing loss, how hearing loss impacts everyday living, your brain and your ability to keep sothe latest developments in hearing aids, cochlear implants and assistive devices. NCCOA Low Vision Support Group 3rd W ednesday of each month, 11:00 am -12:30 pm Contact: Frances Bartelt 904-261-0701 fbartelt@nassaucountycoa.org Provides information on adaptive devices and encourages members with vision challenges to share   experiences through group discussions and guest speaker presentations. NCCOA Caregivers Support Group 3rd Thursday of each month, 2:30 4:30 pm Contact: Debra Dombkowski, 904-261-0701 ddombkowski@nassaucountycoa.org Offers support and education for caregivers. It is not suited for loved ones to attend; however all caregivers are welcome. Guest speakers are often featured. Coffee with Comrades 4th W ednesday of each month, 1:00-2:00 pm Presented by V itas Healthcare Members Free / Non-Members Contact: V itas William Hesse, GySgt USMC (Ret) 904-403-3812 W illiam.hesse@vitas.com Come join a group of veterans for a (canteen) cup of coffee and ship when active-duty military personnel got together and talked about anything and everything. This is an opportunity for veterans to be heard and receive information. Group-led topics will requested topics will be scheduled. Parkinsons Support Group 3rd Thursday of each month, 7:00 8:00 pm Contact: Lee Collins 903-952-1682 texasskipper@att.net Offers group and guest speaker discussions focusing on Parkinsons resources, coping skills and emotional support for someone with Parkinsons, as well as caregivers. All classes scheduled between June 1 August 30 will be held at our current location, 1367 S. 18th St., Fernandina Beach. Please check www.nassaucountycoa.org and our Facebook page for locations of our classes starting September 1. We anticipate that classes starting October 1 will be held at our new location at 1901 Island Walkway, Fernandina Beach. fbrfrr The advertisers in Senior Life help defray the costs of printing.   The Nassau County Council on Aging expresses our appreciation to the Fernandina Beach News-Leader support. If you are interested in advertising in the October-December issue of Senior Life, the deadline for submission is Aug. 24. Contact the News-Leader at 904-261-3696. Distribution date for our second issue of Senior Life is September 19-20.

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24 JULY/SEPTEMBER SENIOR LLIFE July 4 September 3 September 4 Senior expo and Health Fair Atlantic Recreation Center, Fernandina Beach October 19 Gala at the Omni, Amelia Island Plantation Late October The Event at 1901 (Grand Opening) fSenior Lunch Outing The Galley Bar & Grill April 12 Volunteer Luncheon Catered by Beach Diner April 26 Shrimp Festival Parade May 4 The Sandbar Kitchen May 10 NCCOA Fernandina Beach & Hilliard Lunch Outing