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The news-leader
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News-leader (Fernandina Beach, Fla.)
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rfnt rfS ntb b A b R rf E FntbT b LtN c b Ob PrrbP rc b Prc R r Prb Srb Nassau County commissioners approved a work order that brought engineering costs for a landfill to more than $1 million. The project was originally estimated at $132,000.June 30, 1993 Fernandina Beachs Holy Trinity Anglican Church has finally gained the citys blessing to build a new school campus on a 4.7-acre wooded site at the eastern end of the Amelia Park neigh borhood, but not without a substantial amount of contention from a small group of neighborhood homeowners. John Cotner, the Fernandina Beach architect who designed the school, has largely acted as an intermediary among the church, the neighborhood homeown ers association and the city departments during several months of negotiations. Cotner says he hopes building permits will be issued and work will begin in July. When constructed, the school will consist of 16 steel and wood pre-man ufactured modules that will be joined together in sets of two to make seven classrooms and one administration office space. The new campus will allow the school to increase its enrollment to 100120, a little more than double its present student body. In its third year of operation this past school year, Holy Trinity Anglican Church School had 47 students in three age groups: high school, middle school and elementary. The school now offers fifth through 12th grades, but hopes to offer kindergarten through 12th grade at the new campus. For sure, the new school will not be ready for the beginning of the school year in August, Cotner told the NewsLeader. In fact, it might not be ready for any part of this coming school year because of the delays we have gone through in the past several months. Neither Cotner nor the churchs rec tor, Father Brad Cunningham, expected the opposition received from some in the neighborhood since the original plans for the Amelia Park PUD (planned unit development) designated the site for a civic building and the neighbor hood street along one side of the prop erty was always named School Street. Although the Amelia Park neighbor hood area has several hundred homes, the main opposition seemed to come from five or six homeowners. Plans for a school on the site are nothing new. About 10 years ago, the Amelia Island Montessori School was considering a move to the same site, but those plans fell victim to the reces sion. According to Cotner, who also worked on that project, that school was to be larger, have more impact on the site environment, and would have faced the houses across School Street. The Montessori plan also included three stu dent drop-off locations on School Street. All parties approved that plan at the time. The Holy Trinity School is smaller in scope and number of projected stu dents, has less environmental impact on the site, does not face the neighbors on School Street and has a tree and natural vegetation buffer, according to Cotner. The only vehicle accesses to the school for student drop-off and pick-up are off of Citrona Avenue and Hometown Drive. There is room off of Citrona to line up 50 cars on the property. As for the environmental aspects of the project, Cotner explained, There will be very little tree removal, with over 80 percent of the trees retained. The driveway lanes will be paved with asphalt, but the parking areas will be coquina shells. The 33 parking spaces will be woven among the trees. There will be a buffer zone all the way around the property, using primarily natural rfntbnrt JOHN SCHAFFNER/FOR THE NEWS-LEADERHoly Trinity Anglican Churchs rector Father Brad Cunningham in his office. Cunningham said he went to the Amelia Park Home Owners Association about plans for a new school campus to explain what we wanted to do. We wanted it to fit into the neighborhood, want the school to be where parents feel comfortable dropping off their kids and the kids want to be.SCHOOL Continued on 5A bbrWhen asked about the biggest change he has seen in the practice of law in his 31 years as a judge, Robert M. Foster gestured to a bookshelf behind his desk. We have way too many laws! he said. When I started, there were two volumes of statutes to enforce. Now there are six. More laws make things more complicated and difficult. Nonetheless, Foster clearly loves the job he will soon give up. State judges in Florida must retire at age 70, a milestone Foster faces in January 2019. Fosters physical appearance and demeanor are rejections of the legal limit. Erect in posture, trim in physique and intense in gaze, Foster wears a stern countenance or an engaging smile with equal ease and effectiveness. While he describes himself as demanding and strict in expectations of colleagues and staff, he projects an air of informality and affability outside the courtroom. Although he also served in Duval and Clay counties, Foster has felt most at home in Nassau County, where he has served as administrative judge for the past 14 years. He likes that Nassau is a small community with a small bar (association) where everyone knows everybody. We go to one anothers weddings and baby showers. We have a close-knit legal community. Nassau is also the place where Foster found an opportunity to make a significant contribution toward improving the county judicial system. The son of a naval aviator, Robert Mallory Foster spent his boyhood traveling the United States. He was active in Boys Scouts and rose to the rank of Star Scout. He attended the College of William and Mary as a history major and considered a career as a professor. After college, he served two years in the U.S. Army and then worked for the U.S. Navy at the Atlantic Undersea Test and Evaluation Center in the Bahamas. Having decided by then that his personality was better suited to practice law than to teach college students, he entered law school at Indiana University, where he earned his law degree in 1979. Upon completion of law school he and his wife Sharon, also an attorney, settled in Jacksonville, where he practiced commercial and bankruptcy litigation before his appointment as a 4th Judicial Circuit judge in 1988. His wife is now retired after 25 years as a federal judge. They have two sons: Robbie, who is a political consultant and president of the Florida Federation of Young Republicans, and Teddy, who is an assistant state attorney in Jacksonville. Teddy and his wife Sarah have a two-year-old daughter. After a demanding career that left little time to develop hobbies, the judge concluded, I guess you could say my granddaughter is my hobby right now. Foster has served on the boards of multiple organizations, chaired numerous professional committees and participated on task forces on various community issues. He has also taught childrens Sunday school classes and coached youth soccer and baseball teams. Many of his professional and personal volunteer activities have focused on youth. I take great delight in working with children, Foster said. Among his current duties is presiding over child dependency cases in Nassau County. Most judges say the only happy thing we do is adoptions, he said. Among his numerous awards are the Judicial Advocate Award and The Voices for Children Award from the Florida Guardian ad Litem Program. Foster has also mentored rfrbrROBERT M. FOSTER/SPECIALCircuit Court Judge Robert M. Foster has chosen this portrait of him and his Labrador retriever, Reagan, to hang in the courthouse for viewing by posterity when he vacates the bench at the end of the year. About the dog named in honor of President Ronald Reagan, Foster said, She came to work with me every day for 13 years, laying under my desk while I worked and greeting visitors to the office. She especially liked to greet children. My secretary kept a jar of treats on her desk for visitors to give her. I miss her, even more here at work than at home.FOSTER Continued on 3A For the second year in a row, the Nassau County School District has been given an A grade by the Florida Department of Education, with 12 of the countys 16 public schools receiving an A or B grade. West Nassau and Yulee high schools both improved from B grades last year to A grades this year, while Fernandina Beach and Hilliard Middle-Senior high schools maintained their A grades. In addition, scores in the districts third through fifth grades ranked first in the state in math, second in English and language arts, and second in science. The results are categorized in five achievement levels. Level 1 is inadequate, meaning the students in that level are highly likely to need substantial support for the next grade. Level 2 means the student is likely to need substantial support for the next grade. Level 3 is satisfactory, indicat ing the student may need additional support of the next grade. Level 4 is proficient, meaning the student is likely to excel in the next course. Level 5 is mastering, meaning the student is highly likely to excel in the next grade. The results released by the Nassau County School District give the per centage of students who were ranked at Level 3 or higher. In third grade English and language arts, Hilliard Elementary and Wildlight Elementary both scored at 83 percent and Callahan Elementary scored at 84 percent. In third grade math, Callahan Elementary scored at 85 percent and Hilliard Elementary scored at 89 per cent. In fourth grade math, Hilliard Elementary scored at 91 percent, Bryceville Elementary and Callahan Elementary scored 84 percent, Emma Love Hardee Elementary scored at 81 percent, and Yulee Elementary scored at 80 percent. In fifth grade English and language arts, Callahan Elementary scored at 85 percent. In fifth math, Callahan Elementary scored at 95 percent, Hilliard Elementary scored at 87 per cent, and Bryceville Elementary scored at 86 percent. In fifth grade science, Callahan Elementary scored at 85 per cent and Hilliard Elementary scored at 80 percent. As a district, Nassau County ranked second in the state in sixth grade English and language arts, third in ninth grade English and language arts and fifth in 10th grade English and language arts. Test scores for English language learners (ELL) have improved dramati cally. The result for the 2016-17 school year for the ELL population was 13 percent proficiency, but 2017-18 scores came in at 31 percent. The state aver-rfntnbnnb BurnsGRADE Continued on 5AAs he drives along the beach, peo ple often smile, wave, or give a hello to Police Sergeant Walter Sturges. One beachgoer stops to ask about storms on the way. Sturges is part of the beach, like the lifeguards and fishermen. I get everything in the world, the retired Fernandina Beach police sergeant said. Today I had a teenage girl who was (stung) by a jellyfish. Last week I had an alligator up underneath a ladys car. You never know. Sturges is part of the Fernandina Beach Police Departments Beach Rangers program, which began in January after several months of com plaints about dogs running off-leash on the beach. The program ramped up in May with two part-time police service aides Sturges and Bob Keller along with FBPD Officer Jorge Hernandez and other officers filling out the rotation of officers that patrol the beach. The Beach Rangers mainly deal with dogs being off-leash, glass containers and alcohol consumption on the beach, all of which are against the law, FBPD Chief James Hurley said. However, issuing citations is not the goal of the rangers. The goal is compliance, Hurley said. And, it seems to be working. The officers generally issue a verbal or written warning instead of a citation, which has resulted in fewer violations, Hurley said. Right now, I probably give 90-10 warnings over citations, Sturges said about the percentage of tickets he writes. If the people are from out of town, and they admit they have no knowledge of the infraction, Im giving them a warning the first time. I keep a tnn nnPATROLS Continued on 6A NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 1 7/2/18 4:26 PM

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The Nassau Community Band will perform a concert of patriotic music in downtown Fernandina Beach immediately preceding the fireworks Wednesday, July 4. The concert will begin at 8 p.m. in front of the Train Depot and Welcome Center. For a complete schedule of rfntbfAmelia Community Theatre will host its p.m. Friday, July 6, in the Main Stage theBeach. Adults who are 18 and over are invited to attend this informal event to learn about have the opportunity to read a scene aloud for fun and meet directors and other volunteers. There is no charge to attend, and light refreshments will be served. For more information, bbtThe Evergreen/Sandhill community will host an old-fashioned homecoming celebration July 6-8 at St. James Baptist Church, located at Green. The schedule of events includes a meet and greet fish fry Friday, July 6, an oldfashioned picnic with fun and games Saturday, under a big tent Sunday, July 8. All events are open to the public. Contact Darryl Mason at tt the bi-monthly blood drive at the Fernandina Mobile will be located at the corner of North Seventh Street and Alachua Avenue. All the Jacksonville Zoo and Gardens. Make an appointment online at oneblooddonor.org and tr support group for survivors of breast and other female cancers, will meet at 6 p.m. Monday, oncologist, will speak with the group about managing side effects post-treatment, including lymphedema, neuropathy, and fatigue. The tion for women with breast, ovarian, cervical, and other female cancers in Nassau County. For more information, contact Anne Showalter r Sapp will address the Clinch Historical Society with a presentation about the different issues and people that have kept Fernandina such an release. ent city managers, city attorneys and commissioners. He knows politics from the inside as he was elected city commissioner for the first as mayor. He regularly contributes to the 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 Sherri, who lives in Fernandina Beach, and continues. Sapp has also been a teacher at Fernanteaches psychology and Honors U.S. History The program is free and open to the public. Beach. For more information, contact clinchhistoricalsociety@gmail.com.fbtbThe European American Business Club will host a casual pub night social in place of its usual business meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday, located at Main Beach in Fernandina Beach. Members will be meeting upstairs in the restaurant. There will be no speaker and no charge, so members will be responsible for their own refreshments and food, if desired. To ttrMen Helping Men, an education program developed to help men make informed decisions throughout their prostate cancer journey, nbt for July 13. Appearing in a rapid succession format, candidates running for the following Nassau County School Board, Districts 1 and Districts 3, 4 and 5. Attendees will have an tions in advance of the upcoming August Evans Jones, former member of the Florida and perhaps make a few remarks. The meeting will be at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club emailing frwnassau@gmail.com by Tuesday, bbfFBCA has announced that the school is accepting scholarships from the AAA Scholarship Foundation. This nonprofit organization awards annual scholarships for tuition and fees and is privately funded to assist eligible students attend an eligible private school of their choice. The Foundation works with schools in several states, including Florida, to Scholarships are income-based, offering a broader range of quality education to eligible families. For private school opportunities, visit Fernandina Beach Christian Academy located b to remove litter from the beaches before it is or two evenings a week, through August, for local beaches. For more information, email charmontaskforce@gmail.com or aibeachprotectiongroup@gmail.com.ttCan you help people adapt to a hearingCenter is looking for a hearing loss support group facilitator. This unique individual will schedule meetings and speakers, update social media, and participate in traditional marketing techniques. This person would have a social work, facilitation, hearing or audiology nassau.org and volunteer.bb Service is offering weekly individual consultations at the Barnabas Center, located at Medicare, have questions about Medicare or want to know if you qualify to save money on your Medicare drug costs, Medicare monthly premium, deductibles and copays, call Meg appointment. Appointments are being schedtA diabetes support group for those with port and discussion. A registered dietitian and a mental health counselor will facilitate some sessions. Today, participants will prepare a healthy meal to take home and cook. To regThere is no cost to attend.tA free support group for survivors of Wednesday of each month at Family Support Services in Yulee. For more information, ttHealing Hearts is a local support group for those who have lost a spouse. The group meets twice a month on the second Monday at and again on the fourth Monday at 6 p.m. for information, contact Mary Mercer at 415-1881 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: .................. ................ 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. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES rfnft bntff rf ntbrbThe News-Leader is published every Wednesday and Friday by The Fernandina Beach News-Leader, in part without written permission from the publisher are prohibited. POSTMASTER: 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 typographical errors in advertising. When notified promptly, the part of the advertisement in which the typographical error appears will be reprinted. All advertising is subject to the approval of the publisher. The News-Leader reserves the right to correctly classify, edit or delete any objectionable wording or reject the advertisement in its entirety at any time prior to scheduled publication if it is determined that the advertisement or any part thereof is contrary to the general standard of advertising acceptance. f nr rf f B&B Monuments Donna Byrd (904) 277-2742 474418 S.R. 200 State Licensed City Scoop Beginning July 9, 2018, shade structures will be installed at Egans Creek Park, Main Beach Park, and the Martin Luther King Jr. Playground. Closures will occur intermittently as necessary. Expected project completion is mid-August. The 2018 General Election qualifying period begins on Monday, July 9, at 8:00 am and ends Friday, July 13, at 5:00 pm. All prospective City Commissioner candidates must file a notice of candidacy with the City Clerk during this time. In addition, all associated documents and fees are required for submission. Monument Cleaning, Raising, Engraving and Bronze Renishing 904-261-8783 MEMORIALS Vincent Fabian Pascale, 73, of Yulee, Fla., passed away Friday June 29, 2018 at Baptist Medical Center Nassau in Fernandina Beach, Fla. He died from a massive heart attack. He was born July 15, 1944 in Manhattan, N.Y. to the late Fritz and Nerina Pascale of New York. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He worked 25 years for Pan American World Airways in New York and Kennedy Space Center. He then worked as an independent contractor for 20 years. He and his wife loved to travel and spend time with family and his four-legged kids, Buddy and Maggie. He was predeceased by his daughter, Jennette Cheftez, and his sisters, Virginia Maglio and Madeline Pezzella. He is survived by his loving wife of 28 years, Patricia of New York; his son, Victor of New York; his daughter-in-law, Donna of New York; grandsons, Anthony and Nicholas, both of New York; son-in-law, Adam Cheftez of New York; grandsons, Alexander and Blake, both of New York; stepdaughter and step-son-in-law, Lori and Mark Smith, and grandsons, Joshua and Jake Smith, all of Yulee; and his sister, Rose Terracciano of California. Memorial Services were held at 2 p.m. Monday, July 2, 2018 at Green Pine Funeral Home in Yulee with Rev. Bob Gallman officiating. These are the charities to which he would have wanted donations sent in lieu of flowers: Northeast Florida Advocates for Autism and Related Disabilities 97361 Pirates Point Road Yulee, FL 32097; 904-624-6148. Folds of Honor foldsofhonor.org/donate; 918-274-4700. American Heart Association donatenow. heart.org.tttrtrMrs. Mary Elizabeth Liz Quinn, 98, of Fernandina Beach, Fla., passed away Friday, June 29, 2018 at Community Hospice & Palliative Cares Warner Center for Caring in Fernandina Beach, Fla. Born in Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Quinn was a daughter of the late John P. and Laura McKay Polster. She retired as a clerical supervisor from the public library system in Baltimore. She and her husband moved to Fernandina Beach in 1990. Mrs. Quinn was an active member of the Amelia Island Quilting Guild. Among her many interests were traveling and reading. She was an avid reader and could always be counted upon to be at the library book sale. Her husband, Edward S. Ed Quinn, passed away in 2009. Mrs. Quinn leaves behind her two daughters, Pat Brown and her husband, Charles, of McHenry, Md., and Peggy Nine and her husband, William, of Shrewsbury, Pa.; five grandchildren and 11 greatgrandchildren. Mrs. Quinns family will receive friends at Oxley-Heard Funeral Directors between 2 and 4 p.m. Sunday, July 1, 2018. Please share your memories and condolences at www.oxleyheard.com.btrfnLonnie R. Brannan, 58, of Yulee, Fla., passed away Friday, June 29, 2018.btrTalmadge J. Jeffords, 80, of Callahan, Fla., passed away July 1, 2018.tttrtrAlice Marie Lipinski, 72, passed away July 1, 2018.tttrtr Through the generosity of the Optimist Club and the help of a few volunteers, eight Salvation Army Hope House campers arrived home from five days at Camp Keystone to welcoming parents and backpacks stuffed with school supplies for them and their siblings. The 19 packs distributed represent the first wave of the Smart Start backto-school supply drive designed to help Nassau County students in need start the 2018-19 school year with the tools they need to succeed. If you wish to contribute, the following supplies are needed: backpacks (especially for teenagers), lined and graph paper, notebooks, folders, binders, subject dividers, scissors, staplers, rulers, protractors, compasses, scientific calculators and more. Call 321-0435 or stop by 410 S. Ninth St. for a detailed list.SUBMITTED

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A fresh take on a Sperry Classic, the Crest Vibe is back with all the comfort and grip you want in a see worthy sneaker! SNEAKERS WORTH THEIR SALT PHOTO COURTESY DEBORAH DUNHAM PHOTOGRAPHYDr. Theresa Sparks addresses a crowd of onlookers Saturday in front of Fernandina Beach City Hall. Sparks explained the history and meaning of the rainbow flag temporarily flying on the citys flagpole. The City Commission approved raising the flag for a few days, from Tuesday until Saturday, to acknowledge Gay Pride Month. many at-risk youth who exhibited behavior likely to lead to trouble or who were just in need of counseling. He has brought juveniles into his office to tutor them in academic courses, visited them at their schools to monitor their progress, and visited with their parents or guardians to encourage continued good performance. Those occasions where we are successful are very gratifying, he said. I would like to see more resources available to the courts for services to juveniles and more money spent on them. We do almost nothing here for our juveniles. Yet another key role is presiding over the criminal court in Nassau County. In a recent Thursday morning session of the felony court, Foster made 58 rulings and updated dispositions on 29 more cases. Most of the negotiation of pleas and sentencing is done beforehand between prosecutors, defense attorneys and defendants before the case comes to court. Attorneys meet as a group in private session with the judge in his chambers just prior to court to present and review their recommendations. The judge can agree to accept the plea or sentence as negotiated, require adjustments, or reject the arrangement altogether and send the parties back to negotiations. Said Foster, We try to make sure there are no surprises in the courtroom. While the attorneys and the judge met in his chambers, male and female jail inmates were led separately into the courtroom in orange jumpsuits and wrist and ankle shackles. Defendants not currently in jail and families of defendants arrived and seated themselves in the audience. As attorneys emerged from the judges chambers, the courtroom was abuzz with activity. Speaking in hushed voices, defense attorneys sought last minute consultations with some of their clients. Public defenders took roll call among the defendants in the audience and scrambled to borrow ties for men who showed up without them. There is a dress code for proper attire in the courtroom, and the judge can refuse to review a case if a defendant is dressed inappropriately. Public defenders and state attorneys there are three of each covering Nassau County exchanged information with one another, signed paperwork passed between the two sides, and took their seats at separate tables in the center of the courtroom. Private defense attorneys filled chairs behind the public defenders. Once Foster took his seat, proceedings commenced at a rapid pace. Among charges faced in court that morning were arson, forgery, drug possession, burglary, aggravated battery, cruelty to animals, domestic violence, sex offenses, and probation violations. In the interest of efficiency, charges against each defendant are not reviewed aloud in the courtroom, only the issue at hand is addressed: How does the defendant plead? Does the defendant understand the consequences of a guilty plea? Does the defendant admit to violation of probation? Does he or she have questions about the sentence? Those who have pleaded guilty are sentenced. Those who plead not guilty are scheduled for further disposition, ultimately leading to a trial. Procedural matters that can be ruled upon during felony court include client requests to discharge a public defender, requests for reduction of bond, or requests for a waiver to a speedy trial. Despite Fosters best efforts to avoid surprises in court, there were some extraordinary events that morning. One female inmate resisting a court-ordered mental health evaluation became disrespectful and unruly until the judge threatened a contempt-of-court charge. She was later determined to be temporarily incompetent to proceed with prosecution. An inmate in jail on drug charges appeared with a swollen eye and a bandaged arm requesting to discharge his public defender and reduce bond. Foster successfully resolved the issues between the defendant and his attorney, agreed to partially reduce bond on one set of charges, and inquired as to whether the defendant was receiving proper treatment for his injuries. One very pregnant defendant pleaded guilty to drug possession and was sentenced to a drug treatment program. She tried to tearfully negotiate her own transportation to the facility, but Foster advised her, I am not letting you leave this courtroom. She was taken into custody by the sheriffs office for transportation to the facility. Finally, the judge took extra time with a defendant with schizophrenia who was being sentenced as a sex offender to ensure he understood his guilty plea and sentence and that his current psychotropic medications had not interfered with his ability to participate in his defense. I am concerned that Tallahassee doesnt give communities the mental health resources they need to help people. Mental health resources here are almost nil, said Foster. By default, most Florida courts and jails end up dealing with the mentally ill and those with drug and alcohol addictions because there is a scarcity of more appropriate resources in place to help them. One response by the judicial system has been to create treatment courts to coordinate with existing community resources to keep people from falling through the cracks again. Foster has established such a mental health court in Nassau County. A new addition, administered by Nassau County Judge Wesley Poole, is a special court to coordinate resources for veterans. Part two of Fosters profile will continue with his observations on legal process, crime trends and cases, and the effort to choose his replacement.Continued from 1A rffntb rfntbbbb nfnbt NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 3 7/2/18 4:27 PM

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It was 1951 and I was closing in on 10 years old. Baseball was the national pastime and the New York Giants, who had not won a pennant or World Series in almost 20 years, had become my favorite team. Bobby Thompson hit what has been called the shot heard around the world to lead the Giants over the Brooklyn Dodgers for the National League Pennant after an amazing comeback. The manager of the Giants was Leo Durocher, also called Leo the Lip. Leos most famous line was Nice guys finish last. Growing up, the concept of winning and being nice was sometimes confusing. We got the word at home, in church, and in school that to be successful you had to have values, be good to others, and play by the golden rule. Grantland Rices famous line was, For when the Great Scorer comes to write against your name, He marks not that you won or lost but how you played the game. But nobody wants to be a loser, and here was the manager of my team stating that being nice guarantees you are going to finish last. In addition, Leos mantra was win any way you can, as long as you can get away with it. He said, If a man is sliding into second base, and the ball is going into center field, whats the matter with falling on him accidently so that he cant get up and go to third? As he later commented, Show me a sportsman and Ill show you a player Im looking to trade. Over the years I also saw people who were tough and disciplined but considered nice become very successful. Whether it was Ara Parseghian in football, John Wooden in basketball, Joe Torre in baseball, or Dwight Eisenhower or Ronald Reagan as presidents, they were examples of people who lived the life we were told was right. When I was at Standard Brands, we had a margarine plant in Pennsauken, N.J. It was our only non-union margarine plant, but it was performing poorly. In addition, the meat cutters union was trying to unionize the plant. The division president asked me to spend time there and come back with recommendations regarding what to do. The plant manager, Al, had been with the company over 25 years and was thought of as a good person who knew the business. Als team was supportive of him. I went to Pennsauken and spoke to the workers, and there I got another story. Al was knowledgeable and nice, but no one thought he was smart, disciplined, or a good leader. One of the workers said to me, Look, Al is a good guy with a nice family, but there are 350 of us here and we would rather see Al replaced than all 350 of us lose our jobs. My word to management was that, if we wanted to turn around the plant and defeat the union, we needed to quickly replace Al and his team. We did. The new plant manager was very different, and what he didnt know about producing margarine he made up for with leadership and management skills. With the new team in place we were able to defeat the unionization drive. Within two years Pennsauken led the division in profitability. So I learned being nice isnt the issue. The keys are the other management and leadership ingredients. First, you have to be disciplined and able to make tough decisions. Next, you have to be a motivator of people, results-oriented and customer-focused. In addition, in order to motivate your team you need to be seen as effective and able to build trust. That requires acknowledging contributions of others. One of the things about both Eisenhower and Reagan was the ability to work with others outside their domain. Reagan and Tip ONeill might have been miles apart on ideology, but they formed a relationship based on what they shared. Both wanted to achieve what was best for the nation, not just their respective parties. As Eisenhower stated, Any jackass can kick down a barn. It takes a good carpenter to build one. Ike refused to make personal attacks. He didnt believe it was the way to get things done. A man will respect you and perhaps even like you if you differ with him on issues and on principle. But if you challenge his motives, he will never forgive you. 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. Before someone decides to provide financing for your small business, he or she will want to assess the likelihood of your success. Investors want to avoid excessive risk and put their dollars where they stand to gain financially. As they evaluate the opportunity to fund your business, theyll consider a number of details and character istics. The more prepared you are to demonstrate the feasibility of your business idea and your capabilities as a business owner, the better your chances of convincing investors to put their confidence in you. Among the many considerations that may go into an investors yes or no decision to fund your business are: Business plan As an outline of your goals and how you intend to achieve them, a business plan serves as the roadmap for your business. A wellthought out, well-researched business plan shows you have done your due diligence and are taking your venture seriously. Business model Your business model is the framework of how your business will operate. It serves to provide a view into how your company will generate revenue and make a profit. Prospective investors will want to ensure it seems sustainable and agile to last long term. Business models often include various assumptions about your business including activities your business will engage in, revenue sources, sales channels, customer base, business resources (such as property, website, customer lists, etc.), suppliers/vendors, value proposition, cost structures, and more. Gross margin This is the difference between your revenue and your cost of goods sold. Its represented as the percent of total sales revenue after your direct costs for producing your products or services. Gross margin is a much better indicator of whether or not a business has staying power than looking at revenue alone. Whats deemed healthy varies from industry to industry, so investors will take that into account when considering your business gross margin. Strength of your brand If you have an established business, investors will also consider the viability of your brand. Is it well known to your target market and how much of that target market has it penetrated? Is it easy to differentiate from your competition? Sales funnel Investors will also want to know what opportunities to generate income you have in your sales funnel. Not only will the quantity make an impression, but investors will also have an interest in the quality of those prospects. Personal and business credit history If these are in good order, it will reflect more favorably on your sense of responsibility and accountability in the eyes of investors. Professional valuation With a third party providing an expert estimation of what your company is worth, youll have an unbiased appraisal to share with investors. Your professionalism Investors will want to know the company is in capable hands. If you present yourself professionally, showing up on time with all paperwork and records organized and up to date, youll exude confidence and competence. In addition to what weve mentioned here, other factors might also influence an investors decision. The key to a successful pitch is to put the time and effort required to research, plan, and prepare. For guidance and feedback as you work through the process, contact your local SCORE chapter to talk with a small business mentor. Mentoring is free of charge. With knowledge about and experience in all aspects of operating small businesses in diverse industries, SCORE mentors can serve valuable resources as you start and grow your company. Since 1964, SCORE Mentors to Americas Small Business has helped more than 10 million aspiring entrepreneurs and small business owners through mentoring and business workshops. For more information about starting or operating a small business, contact Hugh McLean at hugh.mclean@scorevolunteer. org or David Kasun at david. kasun@scorevolunteer.org Visit SCORE at www.jacksonville. score.org. r NOTICE OF CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH 2018 GENERAL ELECTION QUALIFYING PERIOD CITY COMMISSION, GROUP 4 CITY COMMISSION, GROUP 5 July 9, 2018 THRU July 13, 2018 2018 GENERAL ELECTION WILL BE HELD ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2018NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the 2018 General Election Qualifying Period for Group 4 and Group 5 for members of the City Commission of the City of Fernandina Beach, Florida, will begin at 8:00 a.m. Monday, July 9, 2018 and will close at 5:00 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018 Qualifying documents may be obtained at www.fbfl.us or at the Office of the City Clerk, 204 Ash Street, Fernandina Beach, Florida, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. /s/ Caroline Best, CMC City Clerk City of Fernandina BeachLEGAL ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY COMMISSION CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, July 17, 2018, at 6:00 PM in the City Commission Chambers, 204 Ash Street Fernandina Beach, Florida to consider the following application: ORDINANCE 2018-16 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 90, ARTICLE II, BEACHES, OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES; CREATING SECTION 90-32 BEACH RANGERS AND REASONABLE COMMAND; AMENDING SECTION 90-46 RESTRICTING FISHING NEAR OCEAN RESCUE TOWERS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. 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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING CITY COMMISSION CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Public Hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, July 17, 2018, at 6:00 PM in the City Commission Chambers, 204 Ash Street Fernandina Beach, Florida to consider the following application: ORDINANCE 2018-17 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING SECTION 70-7 OF THE CITY CODE OF ORDINANCES REGARDING NEWSRACKS WITHIN THE HISTORIC DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR TWO ADDITIONAL LOCATIONS FOR THE PLACEMENT OF CITY-APPROVED NEWSRACKS IN THE HISTORIC DISTRICT; 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 accommoda tions 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. rfntbtft r NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 4 7/2/18 4:00 PM

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Call today for a private showing.Pam Graves,REALTORStillwell Real Estate, LLC904-206-9588pam@stillwellteam.com vegetation. Both Cotner and Cunningham told the News-Leader that the main issue the HOA had was that residents did not want a sidewalk on the school side of School Street. Both said it was clear they just did not want the school. I never saw this process being so contentious, said Cotner, who also serves as architecture advisor to the HOAs Architectural Review Committee. The Montessori plan was twice the size and they did not have a problem with that. The property was purchased by the church in January 2016. The planning for the school construction started a year ago. Permitting for it started in January. The church finally got the approval to proceed from the citys Technical Review Committee in June after three months of meetings. Permits are expected in July. Cunningham explained that every year he gives a speech to give the parish something to reach for. I came back from vacation and the money had been put together to buy the land. We purchased the land outright and started planning what we wanted to build. He said he went to the HOA to explain what we wanted to do. We wanted it to fit into the neighborhood, want the school to be where parents feel comfortable dropping off their kids and the kids want to be. Cunningham said that things got contentious even ugly after that, starting with a letter from some of the School Street residents with a list of demands. Cunningham said he took the letter to Cotner and asked how the plans could be modified to solve their complaints. A plan resubmitted to the city limited the length of a new sidewalk on School Street to run only from Park Avenue to the walkway entrance into the school campus. That was rejected by the citys Technical Review Committee, which wanted the sidewalk the full length of School Street and Hometown Drive to provide full connectivity as it was originally shown in the Amelia Park PUD plan. That is now what will happen. Cunningham, who has been the church rector for five years, recounted that the school started three years ago with eight students. Without any recruiting at all, the enrollment grew to 26 the second year and to 47 this past year, two more than he thought they could handle in the confines of the Parish Hall. Father Brian Oldfield is the school administrator. Oldfield has been working on recruiting additional teachers for the school as it expands its physical plant and its scope to include kindergarten to 12th grade. We started out providing classical courses for home schooling families, Cunningham said. The parents did 50 percent of the schooling and we did the other 50 percent. The next year it expanded to also offer full schooling and in the third year we let everyone know we were transitioning into full schooling. Cunningham describes the school as providing a curiously Christian education. The students begin each day with a devotional period before breaking into their classes. After lunch, there is a contemplation time and the day ends with spiritual songs. Every student sings in the choir, he said. We offer the basic STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) classes, but also emphasize the classics, Cunningham explained. Everyone studies Greek and logic. Our goal is radically different than traditional schools, which train students to enter the workplace. We make them good people. Good people will be able to make their way in the world, he added. There are seven teachers at the school, four of whom are full-time. One teacher Skypes in from North Carolina, which allows us to get a higher quality of teacher than might have been possible, he said. Of the students, half come from Amelia Island, others from Yulee, Callahan, and Kingsland, and two from Jacksonville. About 10 percent of the students come from parish families. The enrollment fee is $6,000 per year. There is a scholarship fund at the church, Cunningham said. We will find a way to get a student enrolled who really wants to come to this school.Continued from 1A PHOTO COURTESY BALTICSHIPPING.COMThe cargo ship M/V Owl is on its way to Fernandina Beach from Houston, Texas, and is expected to dock at the Port of Fernandina around 10 p.m. Tuesday evening with a load of heavy oats from Finland. According to marinetraffic.com, the ship, flagged in the Marshall Islands, has a 33,045 gross tonnage and is 189.99 meters (623.3 feet) long and 32.3 meters (105.9 feet) wide. age is 23 percent. The countys 2017-18 graduation rate is 91 percent. The states graduation rate for 2016-17 was 82.3 percent; state figures for 2017-18 are not yet available. Schools Earning A grades Bryceville Elementary School Callahan Intermediate School Emma Love Hardee Elementary School Fernandina Beach Middle School Fernandina Beach High School Hilliard Elementary School Hilliard Middle-Senior School West Nassau High School Yulee High School Schools Earning B grades Yulee Elementary School Callahan Elementary School Yulee Middle School Superintendent Dr. Kathy Burns said students in the district are preparing for an everchanging world. The future is bright for Nassau County and our students, Burns said in a statement. These results show student are excelling in the classroom. I am excited for our student, teachers and our staff. Test scores for the entire state can be found at http://bit. ly/2MHLzgO. The Florida Standards Assessments grades are based on a number of components that include: English and language arts achievement; English and language arts learning gains of the lowest 25 percent; Mathematics achievements; Science and social studies achievements; College and career accelration; and Graduate rates.Continued from 1A rfntrbb rffntbnnrfrrrrfrr NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 5 7/2/18 4:30 PM

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Pamela Bushnell of the News-Leader 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. Travis Marshall Blackwelder, 37, 1447 Holly Drive, Fernandina Beach, June 21, failure to register as a sex offender. Marissa Lauren Blanchard, 28, 32504 Willow Parke Circle, Fernandina Beach, June 21, false imprisonment and domestic battery. Dustin Stephen Geraci, 32, 1821 Atlantic Ave., Apt. B, Fernandina Beach, June 21, possession of methamphetamine, possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia. Vincent Edward Hutchinson, 34, 2749 Garth Lane, Hilliard, June 21, retail theft. Tina Louise Keegan, 40, 2609 W. 23rd St., Jacksonville, June 21, three charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of cocaine, domestic battery, disorderly conduct, possession of drug paraphernalia with residue, exploitation of the elderly, forging bank bills, checks, drafts or promissory notes. Keno Nevada Smith, 41, 36158 Dyal Road, Callahan, June 21, two charges of the sale of a controlled substance. Daniel Moses Touchton, 33, 6801 Mojave Lane, Bryceville, June 21, habitual traffic offender and possession of drug paraphernalia. Dion Patrick Stricklin, 44, 45011 Pumpkin Court, No. 7, Callahan, June 22, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia with residue. Brandon Sawyer Brantley, 25, 54276 Plantation Road, Callahan, June 23, child abuse without great bodily harm and three charges of child neglect without great bodily harm. Sylvia Christine Butler, 44, 54276 Plantation Road, Callahan, June 23, child abuse without great bodily harm and three charges of child neglect without great bodily harm. William Melton Finley, 44, 86081 Britt Lynn Lane, No. 12, Yulee, June 23, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and aggravated battery. Donald Wayne Hicks, 57, 77219 Hance Park Way, Yulee, June 3, domestic battery with strangulation. Lee Anthony Jackson, 37, 7241 Mimosa Grove Trail, Jacksonville, June 23, possession of cocaine and driving under the influence. Sheryl Renae Carter, 46, 792 Sycamore St., Jacksonville, June 24, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia with residue. Chester Drew Larimore, 62, 7924 Sycamore St., Jacksonville, June 24, driving without a license and possession of heroin. 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Designer Handbags Handbags HANDBAGS JEWELRY GIFTS Mon-Sat 10-5 Sun 11:30-4:30 114 Centre Street., Amelia Island POLICE Continued on 9A log of each person I give a warning or a ticket to. That way, if I stop them the second time and recognize them and they want to tell me no (that they did not receive a warning), Ill say Well, back on this date, this is what happened, and you had your warning. The areas the officers patrol more routinely are near the Sadler Road access and Main Beach. At Sadler, parking is allowed on the beach in a limited area. Sturges said that although there is a sign requiring fourwheel or all-wheel drive vehicles, cars still drive out and get stuck in the sand. Theres not a weekend that goes by that we dont have people stuck, he said. I call them a wrecker. They are responsible to pay once we make the call and the wrecker company says they will (pull the vehicle from the sand). Dogs being off-leash, Sturges said, is the most frequent violation he sees, but Sturges has seen a drastic reduction since the rangers started patrolling the beach. When I first got out here, I couldnt go any distance without seeing a violation, he said. On one pass down the beach, I would sometimes see 25 animals or more, but now we only get one or two a day that are not on leash. That word has gotten out. He said the second most common violation he sees is glass on the beach, followed by alcohol and underage drinking. The rangers also tell the public that fishing is prohibited within 300 yards of a lifeguard tower, where they are allowed to park at beach accesses, and how far out swimmers can go into the ocean. We had one guy that was giving a lifeguard a hard time because he was swimming way out and the lifeguard thought he was going out way too far, and told him to come back in. The guy tells me that he is practicing to be a Navy SEAL, Sturges said. You never know. Youve Continued from 1APolice Sergeant Walter Sturges said the public sometimes has a negative opinion of police and he hopes the Beach Rangers program changes that. Anything I can do to help keep it turned in the right direction. I think this job kind of does that, Sturges said.rgot everybody in the world. Hurley said both Sturges and Keller are mature, reasonable people with experience that is an asset. Sturges said he responds to security alarms on houses on the beach or fires in structures. He has been walking to beach accesses, looking for people involved in a recent rash of stealing items from cars. He said he varies his schedule so violators dont know what Im up to. Every day my day rotates, Sturges. I try to not have any rhyme or reason as to when to be out here, so nobody knows when we are going to be here. The rangers patrol roughly seven miles of beaches, from the southern city limits to Ft. Clinch State Park. The frequency of the patrols depends on the amount of people on the beach. Hurley said the program will expand next year, adding two officers who will be school resource officers during the school year. He said the rangers receive a minimum of pay and no benefits. Sturges retired from the FBPD in 2013 after 36 years with the department, including six spent as chief, but only remained retired five days. He has filled a variety of roles in the department since he retired. I stay up on all the training. I go through everything every full-time officers does, as far as training, he said I feel like I can handle anything they want me to handle. It keeps me in touch with everybody. It keeps me interactive. I like still having that connection. Sturges does, in fact, deal with a wide variety of situations on the beach, including dead sharks and sea turtles (which he refers to the city of Fernandina Beach) and kids jumping off the pier in the middle of the night. He says the reaction of the public to a cop driving up and down the beach has been a positive one. We have an awful lot of people thanking us for being out here now, Sturges said. Its 90-10, as far as positive reactions. Theyre glad to see us. Theyre thankful we are addressing these issues. Its been very, very positive. Every now and then, Ill get somebody asking, Why are you down here? Once I explain it to them, most of them are very happy that we are here.fntrb NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 6 7/2/18 4:38 PM

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rfnO rtb Nw fE t 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. rR f r P D E A BO r f fC p E Rfrft D B tr Sp E rG CD EB rR f r rf P D ntbrf DbN Sm t Ttrm rr Cm rf ntnntb tntnnnt nt nf Will Nancy Pelosi continue to make the House her home for much longer? Two recent events give one pause for thought. During a press conference in June, Pelosi assailed the presidents policy of separating children from their undocumented parents at the border. She said matter-of-factly, I just dont even know why there arent uprisings all over the country, and maybe there will be when people realize that this is a policy that they [Republicans] defend. Uprising is an extremely potent word. Even for those who dont support the presidents stance on immigration. Protests would have been more appropriate. Indeed, civilized marches in opposition to the presidents policies have been going on throughout the country for weeks. But to use language so inflammatory only further fuels the right and does a disservice to us all. Pelosi has been called the Republican Partys greatest fundraiser because of her stridency and the positions shes taken over the years. Most are critical to maintain ing the well-being of the middle and working class; on affordable healthcare, womens health and reproductive rights, a living wage, fighting tax policies favorable to the rich and big business, supporting regulations that protect the American people from abuses by banks and Wall Street, as well as legislation to combat environmental hazards. She argues her case vigorously and clings to beliefs she feels are just. Pelosi has long been vilified by the right. Shes a tough political infighter who knows how to keep members of her party in line and push her legislative agenda through alternating between finesse and intimidation of fellow House members. And theres the rub. Many of those who have long-supported Pelosi are coming to the realization that her time has passed, that she is a relic of another era. An era when politics was more collegial and House members from both parties were inclined to work collaboratively despite ideological differences; and when it came to Pelosi, there were many. As liberal as Nancy Pelosi is, however, there are an increasing number of Democrats who dont believe she is left-leaning enough. That she has taken positions far more moderate than most Republicans would have the American public believe. Its been argued that she and Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., in their desire to cut deals, have turned their backs on the more progressive wing of the Democratic Party and those who affiliate with it, including Senators Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Rep. Ruben Gallegos, D-Ariz., who is vice chair of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. Imagine that. Nancy Pelosi. Too moderate? Which brings us to the second event. A shift more seismic than Pelosis verbal misstep: the stunning defeat of Pelosi protege and presumptive successor Rep. Joe Crowley, a 10-term incumbent from New York. Crowley, the fourth highest ranking Democrat in the House, was overwhelmingly trounced by 28-year-old neophyte Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, whose only previous exposure to politics was as an organizer for Bernie Sanders presidential campaign. Crowley is a product of old-school Democratic Party machine politics. Ocasio-Cortez ran as a Democratic Socialist. Ocasio-Cortez ran a grassroots campaign on bread and butter issues in her largely Latino district: putting people to work, Medicare and higher education for all, affordable housing, tax reform to help middle and lowincome families, and the abolition of ICE (not even Pelosi has called for that). Crowley spent more time in D.C. than his district and spent significantly more money on his campaign. Ocasio-Cortez, who relied on social media to get her message out, lives in the district and is one of the faces of its changing demographics. Clearly, an increasing number of Democrats want something more than the establishment is offering, perhaps something more radical. Thats not necessarily a winning strat egy in the short-term if they hope to win back Congress come November. Then again, moderation doesnt appear to be working for them either. For the Democratic Party to thrive, it needs to commit to its core beliefs and principles, roll the dice, and take the chance that it may take a decade before the electorate at large is ready to embrace their message. Under the partys present leadership, the odds of that happening sooner than later are almost nil. And given the direction the current administration is heading the country in, a decades wait may be too late. One things for certain. For the Democratic Party to rediscover itself, Nancy Pelosi must go. And thats something an increasing number of Democrats and Republicans seem to agree on. Copyright 2018 Blair Bess distributed exclusively by Cagle Cartoons newspaper syndicate. Blair Bess is a Los Angeles-based television writer, producer, and columnist. He edits the online blog Soaggragated.com, and can be reached at BBess.soaggragated@gmail.com.On behalf of the board, staff and volunteers at Barnabas Center, we thank our very generous community that provided financial support that enabled Barnabas to provide critical disaster relief after the destruction left by Hurricane Irma last September. This included United Way of Northeast Florida First Coast Relief Fund, Rayonier Advanced Materials, Rayonier Inc., PNC Foundation, Amelia Plantation Chapel, Newcomers Club of Amelia Island and many other individu als and organizations. Lower income individuals and families were especially impacted as most had little or no savings to cover basic needs such as food and housing. Barnabas pro vided assistance with rent and/or utility payments in order to help families remain in their homes and avoid homelessness. We helped many others receive food through weekly mobile food distributions in west Nassau County and our food pantry in Fernandina Beach. Others were assisted with temporary housing, beds and cribs, replacement of destroyed clothing and household items, removal of fallen trees and property repairs. In total, Barnabas Center assisted over 1,600 unduplicated households following the hurricane and ending June 2018. The outpouring of support to help our neighbors in need reminds us of the importance of community in times of disaster and crisis. Barnabas works to address the needs of individuals and families in crisis each day, whether it is help with food, housing, medical or dental care. We thank all of our supporters for caring and for making OUR community a better place to live and work. Wanda Lanier President & CEO The Pew Research Center quiz was harder than I expected. Ah, yes, you speak of the recently released survey in which Pew quizzed 5,035 adult Americans to determine their ability to distinguish between factual information and opinion statements in the news. Thats right. The Pew website lets anyone take a quiz featuring 10 statements, five that are true-or-false factual statements and five that are opinion statements. Pew told me to ignore whether or not a statement is accurate and also to ignore whether or not I agree with it. I follow the news and figured Id ace the quiz, but I didnt. Lets take a look at the quiz. Pews first statement says, Abortion should be legal in most cases. Did you classify that as a fact or an opinion? I classified it as an opinion and got it right. This is a contentious issue, but the statement is still an opinion. Pews second statement said, Immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally have some rights under the Constitution. How did you classify that one? Its factual. Look, its true that undocumented immigrants dont have the full rights of a U.S. citizen, but, according to the ACLU, our Constitution does afford them some rights, such as freedom of speech, religion, privacy and others. I struggled with Pews next statement, however. That Democracy is the greatest form of government? Yes. I classified it as a fact, because I strongly believe that democracy in our case a representative republic is the greatest, but the statement is, in truth, an opinion. Its not always easy to separate ones strong beliefs and opinions from facts. Pew found that each participant was more likely to classify both factual and opinion statements as factual when the statements validated his or her personal politics or beliefs. Thats probably why Pew chose 10 statements that may get people fired up, depending on their political points of view. Such as this one thats still driving conspiracy nuts crazy: President Barack Obama was born in the United States. I correctly classified that as a fact. Which others did you get right? Its a fact that Health care costs per person in the U.S. are the highest in the developed world, that Spending on Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid make up the largest portion of the U.S. federal budget, and that ISIS lost a significant portion of its territory in Iraq and Syria in 2017. Which opinions did you classify correctly? Its an opinion, not a fact, that Immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally are a very big problem for the country today, and that A $15 federal minimum wage is essential to the health of the U.S. Economy. That leaves us with one more statement: Government is almost always wasteful and inefficient. Even though I know that statement is an opinion, I couldnt resist classifying it as a fact! You did better than most. Pew reports that only 26 percent of the adults surveyed correctly identified all five factual statements as factual, and just 35 percent identified all five opinion statements as opinion. Thats worrisome. To be sure. Our republic depends on a well-informed populace to remain strong. If the majority of our people cant differentiate between fact and opinion or fact and fiction, for that matter they can be easily misled. That doesnt bode well for our future. Copyright 2018 Tom Purcell. Tom Purcell, author of Misadventures of a 1970s Childhood, a humorous memoir available at amazon.com, is a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review humor columnist and is nationally syndicated exclusively by Cagle Cartoons Inc. Send comments to Tom at Tom@ TomPurcell.com.I offer my deepest sympathy to the journalists and staff of the Capital Gazette and their families and friends. I appreciate the comments of support the News-Leader has received from some of its readers since the murder of the five community newspaper employees in Annapolis, Md. last week. I have also heard from former colleagues who are experiencing the opposite via social media. One friend said she was chilled by a few too many folks happy about the journalists murdered. ... Just when you think it cant go lower, you scroll Twitter and Facebook. ... They are cheering it, saying thats what we deserve. Indeed, meant to chill; to make journalists freeze, to quit, to doubt their safety. The Capital Gazette still published its paper last Friday, a day after five of their colleagues were assaulted and murdered. I cannot begin to imagine how hard it was to perform their extraordinarily sad duties, to tell their community and the world what happened in their own workplace on the afternoon before. The Capital Gazette is not intimidated. They are continuing to report and photograph and publish for their community. Here, too, as a community newspaper, we will continue to cover the machinations of local government, the issues that affect our neighborhoods and our businesses, the nonprofits and volunteers who help make life better for those in need, the generosity of citizens who donate to local causes, the young people who strive to learn and improve themselves. We will cover sports from fishing to T-ball. We will solemnly print the obituary page. We will report crime, arrests, court decisions, and events in the community that can be disturbing. And we will print your opinions in Voice of the People the views of the majority and of the minority so that you know what other members of the community are thinking and feeling strongly about. The editorial page of the Capital Gazette was left blank on Friday, except for these solemn words: Today, we are speechless. This page is intentionally left blank today to commemorate victims of Thursdays shootings at our office: Gerald Fischman, Rob Hiassen, John McNamara, Rebecca Smith, Wendi Winters. Tomorrow this page will return to its steady purpose of offering our readers informed opinion about the world around them, that they might be better citizens. In the words of Linda Ellerbee, the news continues.btntftttfr bt rfrnt JEFF KOTERBA-OMAHA WORLD HERALD-CAGLE CARTOONS br B fB S rftrm t br Ttrm P f PttfT tfR fw rrt rnrrrI agree with the letter last week that we have seen the same scene replayed too often. A developer accidentally cuts down several old growth trees that he had agreed to keep. Then he pleads that it was just an honest mistake, and agrees to plant a few saplings as reparation. No major fine is levied, and the next developer, fearing no major consequences, does the same thing. Here is how I think we can stop this environmental trav esty. The city is planning to add an arborist to its staff in the coming year. Why not make part of the job description that he/she must be on site supervising before any tree cutting is allowed. The arborist would make sure the trees to be saved are properly tagged and that none of them are being mistakenly cut down. Joe Anderson Fernandina BeachThis country will celebrate Independence Day on July 4th. This day is a federal holiday in the United States. It com memorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, a long time ago, 242 years. It declared our independence from the English thrones rule and control of the colonies, and we became a free country after fighting the war. The long history of this country is seldom remembered, but many celebrate and observe this day including with American hot dogs and fireworks. It is still a day of rest and observation of this great day in American history. For Americans, this is one of our greatest days, celebrated in this free country and all it blessings we have as American citizens. This country has gone through many wars and conflicts, protests, troubles fighting for our natural inheritances and the benefits of a great, free nation. We encourage all to have a great day and remember why we do celebrate July 4th. John Megna Fernandina BeachThank you Alan Donaldson for your letter. I agree with you! President Trump is everything America does not stand for, he is trying to make America a land of fear. No one believed that Hitler was doing anything wrong until it was too late! Look close America, it could happen again. Diane Rosenberg Yulee br rrtLetters 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 NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 7 7/2/18 4:04 PM

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The following report was compiled by Pamela Bushnell of the News-Leader from the June 28 court docket of the Circuit Court of Judge Robert M. Foster. Thomas James Bennett pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Lawanda Browns motion to reduce bond on a charge of attempted first-degree murder was denied. Mark Anthony Brown pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance, possession of controlled substance paraphernalia, driving while his license was suspended or revoked, and two charges of the sale, manufacture, or delivery of a controlled substance. Heather Renee Carroll pleaded guilty to two charges of possession of a controlled substance and a single charge of possession of controlled sub stance paraphernalia. She was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to four months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served. She was ordered to pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Ronald Wayne Cope pleaded guilty to pos session of cocaine. 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. Terrie Dianna Dixon pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. Jimmy Leon Glover pleaded guilty to two charges of grand theft. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to six months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served. He is currently under a two-year sentence in Florida State Prison from Duval County. He was ordered to pay $836 in court costs, $200 to the State Attorneys Office and $300 to the Public Defenders Office. Angela Dawn Greene waived her right to a speedy trial on charges of possession of cocaine and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. David Wayne Holcombe pleaded guilty to two charges of the sale, manufacture, or delivery of a controlled substance and one charge each of possession with the intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. He was adjudicated guilty on all counts and sentenced to 18 months in Florida State Prison with credit for time already served in Nassau County Jail. He was ordered to pay $1,554 in court costs, $300 to the State Attorneys Office and $600 to the Public Defenders Office. Paul Allen Jennings pleaded guilty to new charges of the sale, manufacture, or delivery of a controlled substance and to possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. The new charges place him in violation of probation for previous charges of possession of cocaine and introducing contraband into a county jail. He was adjudicated guilty on all counts. He waived his right to a pre-sentencing investigation and was sentenced to 90 days in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served and reinstatement of probation under original terms and conditions. He must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Joelle Marie Mattox denied violation of proba tion for giving false verification of ownership to a pawnbroker and false reporting of a crime. Romone Lewis Melton pleaded guilty to aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to time served in Nassau County Jail and 18 months of probation with the condition he successfully complete the City Rescue Inpatient Program and follow through with aftercare treatment. Early termination of proba tion may be considered with full compliance. The defendant must remain in custody until transported to the City Rescue Mission. He was ordered to pay $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office, $150 to the Public Defenders Office and surcharges of $151 and $201 related to the nature of the offense. Rebecca Anne Millers plea, as negotiated by the state and defense, was rejected by the judge after hearing a letter from the victims daughter read in court. The defendant owes restitution in the amount of $17,000. Another hearing was scheduled for July 12. Leyla Idalisse Nieto denied violation of proba tion for organized fraud. Mary Jane Pascal admitted violation of proba tion for battery on a person 65 or older. She was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to three months in Nassau County Jail with credit for time served. She must pay outstanding court costs of $669.76. Jody Dale Peeples denied violation of proba tion for grand theft. Robert Daniel Popwell II denied violation of probation for felony domestic battery. Chad Phillip Rockett pleaded not guilty to pos session of a controlled substance and possession of new or legend drugs without a prescription. Jimmie Eugene Sherrod pleaded guilty to trafficking methamphetamine, possession with the intent to sell, manufacture or deliver a controlled substance, and smuggling cannabis into the state. He was adjudicated guilty and sentenced to four years in Florida State Prison with credit for time served in Nassau County Jail. He must pay $518 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office plus a fine of $50,000. Jason M. Sitzs plea on charges of aggravat ed stalking, violation of conditions of release for domestic violence, and making harassing telephone calls, as negotiated by the state and defense, was rejected by the judge. His request to restore phone privileges while in jail was denied. Another hearing was scheduled for July 12. Jackie Alan Southerland pleaded guilty to driv ing while his license was permanently revoked. Adjudication was withheld. The defendant waived a pre-sentencing investigation and was sentenced to 12 months probation with the condition he complete 50 hours of community service. He must pay $418 in court costs, $100 to the State Attorneys Office and $150 to the Public Defenders Office. Steven Jeffrey Stratton pleaded guilty to pos session of a controlled substance and possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. He waived pre-sentencing investigation and was 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. Damian Sanchez Treadway Jr. admitted violation of probation for two counts of grand theft of a motor vehicle and one count of burglary. 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 $2,468.96 in outstanding court costs. James Daryl White was granted a 90-day waiver to a speedy trial on four charges of the sale, manufacture, or delivery of a controlled substance, one charge of possession with the intent to sell, manufacture, or deliver a controlled substance and one charge of possession of controlled substance paraphernalia. Nataraja Banyan Williams denied violation of probation for four counts of burglary. Samuel Wright denied violation of probation for offenses unspecified in the court report. HERON ISLES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE ADOPTION OF THE FISCAL YEAR 2018/2019 BUDGET; NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TO CONSIDER THE IMPOSITION OF OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS, ADOPTION OF AN ASSESSMENT ROLL, AND THE LEVY, COLLECTION, AND ENFORCEMENT OF THE SAME; AND NOTICE OF REGULAR BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING. Upcoming Public Hearings, and Regular Meeting e Board of Supervisors (Board) for the Heron Isles Community Development District (District) will hold the following two public hearings and a regular meeting: e proposed O&M Assessments as stated include collection costs and/or early pay ment discounts, which Nassau County (County) may impose on assessments that are collected on the County tax bill. Moreover, pursuant to Section 197.3632(4), Florida Statutes, the lien amount shall serve as the maximum rate authorized by law for O&M Assessments, such that no assessment hearing shall be held or notice provided in future years unless the assessments are proposed to be increased or another criterion within Section 197.3632(4), Florida Statutes, is met. Note that the O&M Assessments do not include any debt service assessments previously levied by the District and due to be collected for Fiscal Year 2018/2019. For Fiscal Year 2018/2019, the District intends to have the County tax collector col lect the assessments imposed on certain developed property, and will directly col lect the assessments imposed on the remaining benetted property by sending out a bill prior to, or during, November 2018. It is important to pay your assessment because failure to pay will cause a tax certicate to be issued against the property which may result in loss of title, or for direct billed assessments, may result in a foreclosure action, which also may result in a loss of title. e Districts decision to collect assessments on the tax roll or by direct billing does not preclude the District from later electing to collect those or other assessments in a dierent manner at a future time. Additional Provisions e public hearings and meeting are open to the public and will be conducted in accordance with the provisions of Florida law. A copy of the Proposed Budget, proposed assessment roll, and the agenda for the hearings and meeting may be ob tained at the oces of the District Manager, located at Governmental Management Services, 475 West Town Place, Suite 114, St. Augustine, Florida 32092, Ph: 904940-5850 (District Managers Oce) during normal business hours. e public hearings and meeting may be continued to a date, time, and place to be specied on the record at the hearings or meeting. ere may be occasions when sta or board members may participate by speaker telephone. Any person requiring special accommodations at this meeting because of a disability or physical impairment should contact the District Managers Oce at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting. If you are hearing or speech im paired, please contact the Florida Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1, or 1-800-955-8771 (TTY) / 1-800-955-8770 (Voice), for aid in contacting the District Managers Oce. Please note that all aected property owners have the right to appear at the public hearings and meeting, and may also le written objections with the District Manag ers Oce within twenty days of publication of this notice. Each person who decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at the public hearings or meeting is advised that person will need a record of proceed ings and that accordingly, the person may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, including the testimony and evidence upon which such appeal is to be based. David deNagy District Manager1 Includes collection fees and discounts (7%) e rst public hearing is being held pursuant to Chapter 190, Florida Statutes, to receive public comment and objections on the Districts proposed budget (Pro posed Budget) for the scal year beginning October 1, 2018 and ending September 30, 2019 (Fiscal Year 2018/2019) e second public hearing is being held pursu ant to Chapters 190 and 197, Florida Statutes, to consider the imposition of opera tions and maintenance special assessments (O&M Assessments) upon the lands located within the District, to fund the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2018/2019; to consider the adoption of an assessment roll; and, to provide for the levy, collec tion, and enforcement of assessments. At the conclusion of the hearings, the Board will, by resolution, adopt a budget and levy O&M Assessments as nally approved by the Board. A Board meeting of the District will also be held where the Board may consider any other District business. Description of Assessments e District imposes O&M Assessments on benetted property within the District for the purpose of funding the Districts general administrative, operations, and maintenance budget and providing the funds necessary to pay debt service on outstanding bonds as reected in the Districts debt service budget. A geographic depiction of the property potentially subject to the proposed O&M Assessments is identied in the map attached hereto. e table below shows the schedule of the proposed O&M Assessments, which are subject to change at the hearing:DATE: TIME: LOCATION: August 2, 2018 6:00 p.m. Residence Inn Amelia Island 2301 Sadler Road Fernandina Beach, Florida 3 Delicious Meals a Day Housekeeping, Laundry and Maintenance Services Vibrant Activities Program complemented by many events Transportation for Outings and Medical Appointments Private Suites Offering Several Floor Plans Personalized Service Plans for Each Resident Savannah Grand is an assisted living and memory support community nestled amongst scenic oak trees located just one block from the beach. Shyanne Kay McCororkel, 27, 54027 Marlee Road, Callahan, June 24, resisting arrest with vio lence, simple assault, felony criminal mischief and disorderly intoxication. Simeon Andrew Middleton, 22, 97001 Richo Lane, Yulee, June 24, possession of a controlled substance. Stephanie Paige Singletary, 27, 263 Greenville Ave., Wilmington, N.C., failure to stop at an agriculture inspection station, possession of more than 20 grams of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia. Gary Allen Coachman, 27, 16801 Oak Hill Road, Hilliard, June 25, sale of a controlled sub stance, child neglect, two charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of drug paraphernalia. Timothy Alan Dubberly, 36, 85319 Lonnie Crews Road, Fernandina Beach, June 25, burglary and theft from a vehicle and fraudulent use of a credit card. Jolyn Carlene Jones, 58, 815 S. 12th St., Fernandina Beach, June 25, two charges of theft. Nelda Rae Neaves, 35, 94194 Duck Lake Drive, Fernandina Beach, June 25, possession of methamphetamine, possession of alprazolam and possession of a controlled substance. Jeremy Allen Ring, 28, 85642 Joann Road, Yulee, June 25, battery on a person 65 or older and resisting arrest without violence. Amanda Sue Fields, 33, 85082 Madeline Road, Yulee, June 26, child abuse without great bodily harm and domestic battery. Katherine Marie Kitts, 33, 506 S. Ninth St., Fernandina Beach, June 26, sale of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school or park. Other charges are pending. Brion Ross Mathews, 22, 16145 62nd Place, Silver Springs, Fla., June 26, burglary and theft of a gun from a car. Zachary Elijah Mizell, 27, 1116 N. Fletcher Ave., Fernandina Beach, aggravated battery of a pregnant woman and depriving 911 communica tions. Carly Dawn Wray, 43, 95641 Karen Walk, Fernandina Beach, June 26, felony battery and pos session of methamphetamine. Jennifer Ardel Baker, 34, 5885 Edenfield Road, Apt. J12, Jacksonville, June 27, felony driv ing without a license. Other charges are pending. Douglas Bradshaw Carlyon, 57, 27121 W. 12th Ave., Hilliard, June 27, felony battery.Continued from 6A NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 9 7/2/18 4:39 PM

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The zinnias in the adjacent bed were getting there too. No flowers yet, but soon, I was sure, and the butterfly garden was full of young milkweed seedlings, almost ready to attract a host of monarch butterflies and their caterpillars. I hated to be gone. But a job is a job, and this Serbia assignment was too good to pass up. I Skyped Bucko just about every day that I was gone, and usually we mentioned the garden. He was having an exciting time, it sounded like to me. First off, a nefarious rabbit again made an appearance in the backyard. I finally had a fence this year that protected the two garden beds in the side yard, so the beans were safe. But alas, poor Bucko saw first-hand the rabbits eating habits. This year, for the first time ever, Bucko planted seeds. He scattered two packs of sunflower seeds in various places in the back yard and had high hopes for big tall ones appearing and attracting birds. He watched the neighbors sunflowers with envy and kept waiting for his own. Before I left, we had spotted three plants that were most likely sunflowers, fueling his anticipation. Then, they disappeared from sight, and the culprit was most likely the backyard bunny. Eventually, after about a week of setting out a live-trap in various locations, the bunny was captured and taken to a friends property. I hope it has plenty of natural vegetation to munch on, but it was too late for the sunflowers. Gone. Still, the beans were coming along nicely. Bucko sent me photos of the bean patch and checked on them every day, looking for some ready to pick. The night before I flew home I asked him, What about the zinnias, are they flowering yet? What zinnias? Well, mind you, these zinnias were in the bed right next to the beans and he had to brush by them to check on the beans. I have no idea how he didnt notice them. When I got home the next evening, waiting for me on the kitchen island, in a vase front and center, was one beautiful zinnia, or so Buckos accompanying note read, to welcome me home. And the next morning in the daylight, when I finally went out to check on the garden, there they were, an entire bed PHOTOS BY PAT FOSTER-TURLEY/FOR THE NEWS-LEADEROne beautiful zinnia, compliments of Bucko. Monarch caterpillars devour the last of the milkweed plants, above. The buttonbush is finally blooming, below. of blooming zinnias! And lots of bush green and wax beans fresh for the picking too, with a crop of pole beans next in line. Other things in the garden after my three-week absence caught my eye too. What about all those milkweeds in the garden for monarch caterpillars? Well, looks like I missed most of that action. Instead of milkweed plants, what I found were bare stalks, leaves eaten up. Finally, after some searching, I found a couple of leafed plants remaining, and sure enough, they had caterpillars on them. It was a success, even though I missed the fun. The buttonbush by the pond was in full bloom too. This is one of my favorite wetland plants. I planted it and have nurtured it for years, but I always missed its flower show. This time, I was home to catch it great! And the native honeysuckle plants along our new fence were filling in too. Maybe this year Ill attract some hummingbirds. (The aspirations of a gardener never cease.) And, although I missed the arrival of the monarchs, I still have butterflies. All those blooming zinnias are butterfly magnets, and the blooms are now attracting gulf fritillary butterflies. I almost hate to cut any for the vases in my house, but the butterflies and I will have to share them. Remember the one beautiful zinnia Bucko cut for my return? Now, three weeks later, unbelievably, it is still in the vase and still looking fresh. Maybe Bucko does have a green thumb after all! Pat Foster-Turley is a zoologist on Amelia Island. She welcomes your nature questions and observations. rfntbnnfn Gulf fritillary butterflies are attracted to the zinnias in my backyard. n NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 10 7/2/18 4:02 PM

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oo T rfn Nw tL bbo Last week was mini grom week at the Surf Asylum surf camp. Kai King gets a push into a wave from surf instructor Betsy Harris, top left. Matthew Edgington has fun on a boogie board, one of the many watercraft the kids got to use, top right. Arya Rodriguez catches a wave the first day of camp, above left. Liam Wallace rides one of the many waves he caught during the week, above. Kai Nichols learns how to turn down the line of the wave, below. Surf Asylum mini groms and their instructors, left.PHOTOS BY STEPHANIE NICHOLS/SPECIAL Fernandina Beach High School head football coach Jude Swearingen and his staff will conduct a youth camp from 5-7 p.m. July 23-25 at the Hickory Street park across from the high school baseball field. Cost is $50. Registration is 30 minutes prior to the start of the camp.rfntbA hunter safety class will be held from 8 a.m. to noon July 14 in the community room at the Callahan Fire Station and from 1-4 p.m. at North Florida Firearms and Tactical Center in Hilliard. Students must complete the online course at www.MyFWC. com prior to taking the course.rfnfftftt summer 2018 junior tennis champi onships will be held July 20-21 for the 10U (orange ball) and 12U (green ball) divisions and July 27-28 for 12U18U (yellow ball) divisions. Entry fee is $10 and includes a tournament souvenir. Deadline to enter is at 5 p.m. July 15. Email entries to michelemaha@msn.com.rMaster Tom Gagne is offering adult tai chi classes at 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Email paksfernbch@yahoo.com or call 2618660 for information.Faith Christian Academy is offer ing a boys flag football camp and a girls volleyball camp July 23-27 for rising fifth through 12th graders at the FCA Upper School Campus located behind New Life Baptist Church, 464067 SR 200 (at Blackrock Road). Athletes have the option of attend ing three-day ($65), four-day ($85) or five-day ($100) camps. Camp will run from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m., with extended care available until 4 p.m. for an additional fee ($10/day, $25/week). A registration form must be completed for each participant. For infor mation, contact Coach Glenn Parrish, athletic director for Faith Christian Academy, at 321-2137 or 412-1408.rnbtU.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Amelia Island Flotilla 14-1 meets the first Thursday in the Amelia Island Lighthouse Cottage, located on Call 261-1889 for information.rnttAmelia Island Nassau County Youth Lacrosse is a developmental youth lacrosse program for boys and girls ages 8-15. Registration will begin Oct. 1 for the 2019 spring season. No prior experience or knowledge of the sport is necessary. The club is a non-profit member of U.S. Lacrosse and volunteer driven. Visit www.ameliaislandlacrosse. org or the club Facebook site, www. facebook.com/groups/AINC Youth Lacrosse for additional information and updates or contact Head Coach Carl J. Bazarian at carljbaz@gmail. com (703) 981-7703 or President Robby Allen at aincyouthlacrosse@ gmail.com or (843) 263-0761.rtrThe Amelia Island Boules Club holds petanque pickup games on the petanque courts at Central Park, corner of Atlantic Avenue and South 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.tfThe 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 Kingfish Association as part of their 2018 Tournament Trail national champi onship series.   There is a kingfish division and an in/offshore divi sion.   Every entrant can fish one or both divisions. The traditional silent auction and raffle will be going on full swing Friday and Saturday.   For food, there will be barbecue along with the fullyequipped Scoops ice cream stand. The Budweiser Beer Wagon will be on hand along with other non alco holic beverages to help handle the summer heat. There will be live entertainment on Friday and Saturday evening fea turing Larry and the Backtracks on stage.   There will be several boats of various sizes on display along with some brand-new trucks from local SHORTS Continued on 2B NEW Sports Wed.indd 1 7/2/18 9:57 AM

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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 SUBMITTED PHOTOSThe Amelia Island Sailing Club held its third race of the season on June 23. Four boats entered the race, facing some challenging ebb currents, but the wind enabled the boats to make headway along the 8.4-mile course in Cumberland Sound. The short length of the race resulted in times of less than two hours with Misty, skippered by Wilby Whitt, finishing ahead of Grace, skippered by Craig Rowdon, by just under five minutes. The club holds informal races monthly throughout most of the year and also sponsors various other boating and social activities. The AISC meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Kraft Athletic Club on Buccaneer Trail. Contact Commodore Tom Maguire at (703) 2981714 for information. The four boats participating in the race were separated by minutes shortly after the start, top. In the foreground is Pelican, skippered by John Kropa. Left, Misty in the final leg of the race toward the finish line, finishing first in just under two hours. Right, Grace came in second under 5 minutes behind Misty. dealers. The weigh-in is from 2-5 p.m. Saturday. Jacksonville captain Rick Ryals, Florida Sportsman TV and radio personality, will be the emcee. Online tournament registrations are encouraged, but checks will also be accepted. Five days are needed to process a check if it is mailed in, so send them early to receive the early registration fee rate. See all of the registration information and instructions at www.nsfafish.net. VISA, MasterCard, American Express and Discover credit cards are accepted. Early entry deadline is July 20; fees are $350 for the kingfish division and $100 for the in/offshore division. Cash prizes up to $10,000, 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 organizers added a second-place cash prize for each species in the in/offshore division part of the tournament. For information, visit www. nsfafish.net or call the tournament committee at 277-8889.The 14th annual ALS Amelia Island Golf Classic, held in memory of John Louis 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 four-person 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-inone, longest drive and closestto-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 odaym25@aol.com or visit www.ALSGolfAmelia.com.rfrnftbThe Amelia Island Sailing Club meets the first Tuesday of the month at the Kraft Athletic Club at Ten Acres, located off Buccaneer Trail. 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 share a love of the water and boating. Current boat ownership or sailing skills are not prerequisites to joining. Club activities throughout the year may include day/overnight excursions by water and/or land, sailboat racing, social activities such as tubing, swimming with manatees, picnics and parties; as well as assisting with local conservation and environmental efforts in surrounding waters. Contact Commodore Tom Maguire at (703) 298-1714.From 1B FERNANDINA BEACH PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT RECREATION ROUNDUP Visit www.fbfl.us for information. 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 (twoweek classes): $55 city resilessons at Atlantic pool on Atlantic Avenue, evening lessons at MLK Jr. pool on Elm Street. Visit the Atlantic Center or www.fbfl.us. 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. 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 MondayFriday 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 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/ non-city residents; monthly, dents, $81 non-city; $5/day for one class, city residents, 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. ENCE: A oneto 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/percity; $80/couple city residents, $100 non-city; $150/group city residents (up to six people), $188 non-city. Scheduled at your convenience. WATER CERTIFICATION: 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. Information and training schedule for available at Atlantic Center. BEACH WHEELCHAIRS can be reserved at the Atlantic Center by paying a refundable $50 deposit. Call 310-3350 for availability. SPORTS/FITNESS OPEN ADULT 7-9 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays. Informal games on two courts. Teams selected parental consent form signed by parents and notarized). Fees are $2/day city resident, $5 non-city. BALL at Peck Gym Tuesdays school and club teams. Players must have adult coach or adult supervision. Call at 24 hours in advance to reserve courts, 310-3353. Fee is $2/ day city resident, $5 non-city. OPEN ADULT INDOOR SOCCER at Peck Gym Wednesdays 5:30-8 p.m. Informal team games. Ages must have parental consent form signed by parents and notarized before participating). Fees are $2 city residents, $5 non-city residents. OPEN BASKETBALL at Peck Gym Mon-day and Thursday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (court closes at 5:30 p.m. for adult leagues in winter and summer); Wednesday 11 a.m. to 5:15 p.m.; and Tuesday and Friday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., based on court availability. Persons under the age of adults age 18 or older. Photo identification required. 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rf Simply lift your fly line, Glenda, and roll it back up stream, trout guide Matt Champion instructed. This allows your trout flies to drift naturally with the flow of water. When your indicator disappears, set the hook by simply lifting your rod tip. The words had barely escaped our trout guides mouth when Glenda Crosbys indicator disappeared into the swift white-water rapids of the South Holston River. Crosby paid attention to her guide and quickly lifted her fly rod tip, setting the fly hook into not one but two rainbow trout. After a few runs out into the middle of the trout river, Champion slipped his landing net under both river trout. Our day of trout fishing on the fly had started with a bang. Raised in Vermont and an avid fly fisherman, it had a been a long time since I had cast a fly for freshwater trout. I searched for a trout fishing destination to briefly escape my saltwater fishing and, after a short phone call, longtime friend Keith Williams suggested Tennessees South Holston River. There is, without a doubt, some of the countrys best brown trout fishing in the South Holston River, Williams said. We have had days when we had caught and released over a hundred trout, including both rainbow and brown trout. The brown trout may weigh up to tenpounds. Williams also recommended our eventual guide, Champion, who also operates his fathers South Holston Fly Shop, where fishermen can purchase a wide variety of fly fishing gear and clothing and book a guide. Visit www.southholstonflyshop.com or call (423) 878-2822. Although we did not catch and release 100 trout, we did catch a lot of both brown and rainbow trout on the fly up to 14 inches. We anchored up on a school of giant browns lying in the bottom of a deep hole, but they would not take our fly imitations. Most of how the trout feed in the river is related to how and when nearby TVA generating stations schedule their generating because the South Holston River is a tailwater for Lake Holston. If you really wish to learn about fishing, hire Champion. He has it down to a science as far as building his fly leaders and which dry flies and wet flies are working best. We did catch most of our trout in the morning using a dropper setup, which includes two nymph flies. In the afternoon, a fly hatch was taking place, and our guide switched our wet flies to dry sulphur flies. I preferred fly fishing with the dry flies. You could see the trout rise to the surface then eat your fly with one big smack. We stayed in a creekside cabin in Butler, Tenn. A world-class trout stream runs right by the back porch. The cabin had a pool table, four bedrooms, two full kitchens, a gas grill, cable TV and a hot tub. Contact Brenda Glasgow at (423) 291-9700 for information. During one of our vacation days, we drove up the mountain to Laurel Creek Falls and hiked on the Appalachian Trail. We also fly fished on Laurel Creek, which runs right by the mountain trail. The mountain trail was simply gorgeous with lots of wild flowers, bridges and natural beauty. The Watauga and Holston lakes offer excellent bass, walleye and striper fishing; we did not have time to explore them. We did grill out most nights at our cabin, but the Captains Table restaurant is located right on Lake Watauga and serves excellent seafood. If you need a change from this hot weather and have the yearn to cast a fly, East Tennessee is only an eight-hour drive. Karl Wickstrom recently passed away. He fought for clean water and good fishing. For F ERNANDINA B EACH T IDES T ides, Sun & Moo n : July 4-July 11, 2018 Sat. 7/7 Sun. 7/8 Mon. 7/9 Tues. 7/10 Fri. 7/6Thurs.7/5 Wed.7/11 Moonrise 12:16A Sunrise 6:28A Moonset 12:02P Sunset 8:32P Wed.7/4 High 1:16A 7.45 Low 7:22A 2.06 High 1:44P 7.08 Low 7:33P 2.53 Moonrise 12:49A Sunrise 6:28A Moonset 12:57P Sunset 8:32P Moonrise 1:23A Last Qtr. 3:52A Sunrise 6:28A Moonset 1:53P Sunset 8:32P High 1:59A 7.35 Low 8:09A 2.03 High 2:31P 7.23 Low 8:32P 2.56 High 2:48A 7.25 Low 9:00A 1.92 High 3:23P 7.43 Low 9:34P 2.48 High 3:41A 7.18 Low 9:53A 1.74 High 4:20P 7.71 Low 10:36P 2.30 Moonrise 2:35A Sunrise 6:29A Moonset 3:54P Sunset 8:31P High 4:40A 7.17 Low 10:48A 1.51 High 5:20P 8.04 Low 11:36P 2.04 Moonrise 3:16A Sunrise 6:30A Moonset 4:58P Sunset 8:31P High 5:41A 7.24 Low 11:44A 1.25 High 6:22P 8.42 Low --P -- Moonrise 4:03A Sunrise 6:30A Moonset 6:04P Sunset 8:31P 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 1:32A 1.40 High 7:43A 7.60 Low 1:37P 0.71 High 8:20P 9.12 Low 12:35A 1.73 High 6:43A 7.39 Low 12:40P 0.97 High 7:22P 8.80 Moonrise 4:56A Sunrise 6:31A Moonset 7:11P Sunset 8:31P Moonrise 1:57A Sunrise 6:29A Moonset 2:52P 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 rfn Laurel Creek Falls has world-class trout fishing and also showcases the Appalachian Trail, where you can hike, camp and fish, above left. Florida Sportsman Magazine founder Karl Wickstrm, above, recently passed away, leaving a legacy with his fight for conservation. South Holston Fly Shop trout guide Matt Champion is pictured netting two rainbow trout that Glenda Crosby caught on the fly and with one cast, left. Below, Brenda Glasglows Riverside Cabins is located right on one of Tennessees prime trout streams, Doe Creek.PHOTOS BY TERRY LACOSS/SPECIAL 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 Central Park multipurpose court 3 p.m. Sunday, beginner and social play; 5 p.m. Sunday, intermediate and advanced play; 9 a.m. 8 a.m. Tuesday, intermediate and advanced play; 10 a.m. Tuesday, social play; 11 a.m. Tuesday, beginner play and lessons; 3 p.m Wednesday, intermediate and advanced open play; 10 a.m. Friday, social play; 11 a.m. Friday, beginner play and lessons. Email dcultice@yahoo.com. OPEN ROLLER HOCKEY at the Main Beach. Adult skate Tuesdays and Saturdays 6-8 p.m. and family skate Tuesdays from 5-6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9-10 a.m. Call Ray Matz at (215) 852-7038. MAHARAJ TENNIS at Central Park courts 9-12, July 16-19, July 23-26 and July 30-Aug. 2. Red Ball 1 (Monday/Wednesday from 10:30-11:15 a.m.) and Red Ball 2 (Monday/Wednesday from 11:15 a.m.-noon). Cost is $14/week city residents, $16.80 non-city; Orange Ball (Tuesday/Thursday from 3:304:30 p.m.) and Green Ball (Monday/Wednesday from 3:45-4:45 p.m.). Cost is $18/ week city residents, $21.60 tbtFrom 2B non-city; Junior Intermediate (Tuesday/Thursday from 4:306 p.m.) and Junior Advanced (Monday/Wednesday from 4:45-6:15 p.m.). Cost is $26 city residents, $31.20 non-city. Red Ball 1 (Tuesday/Thursday from 2:45-3:30 p.m., ages 4-8), $56 city residents, $67.20 non-city. Red Ball 2 (Monday/ Wednesday from 3-3:45 p.m., ages 6-10), $49 city residents, $58.80 non-city. Orange Ball (Tuesday/Thursday from 3:30-4:30 p.m., ages 8-12), $72 city residents, $86.40 non-city. Green Ball (Monday/ Wednesday from 3:45-4:45 p.m.), $63 city residents, $75.60 non-city. Junior intermediate (Tuesday/Thursday 4:30-6 p.m., ages 11 and up), $104 city residents, $124.80 non-city. Junior advanced (Monday/Wednesday 4:456:15 p.m., ages 14 and up, high school and USTA tournament players), $91 city residents, $109.20 non-city. five decades, he was the leading force in conservation, founding the Coastal Conservation Association and serving as past president. Wickstrm founded the Florida Sportsman Magazine in 1969. It showcased Floridas woods and waters and ultimately became one of the nations top outdoor magazines. He will be missed by all who enjoy the outdoors. NEW Sports Wed.indd 3 7/2/18 10:41 AM

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Folks are getting ready for the Fourth of July. Red, white and blue everywhere you look. Family gatherings. Backyard barbecues. Lemonade and beer. Family and friends. We all love the parades, picnics and the magical fireworks. Flags come out like dandelions on a summer lawn. As we celebrate special holidays, its nice to look into why they are so special. So why the fourth and why July? We think of the official holiday as our countrys birthday and it is in many ways. It dates back to 1774 when each of the then 13 colonies sent a delegate to Philadelphia to the First Continental Congress. The British had continued to pressure each of the colonies. The colonies met to determine what direction they might take collectively. War was not declared until 1775 when The Battle of Concord and the shot heard round the world catapulted our young country into war. In 1776, with no end of conflict in sight, the colonies, again, sent delegates to the Second Continental Congress. It was decided a document needed to be drafted that would be a declaration of independence from the oppression of Britain. A committee was formed, headed by no less than Thomas Jefferson, to draft the now famous document. In June of 1776 Jefferson presented the first draft. The importance of this document cannot be understated. The Continental Congress took a vote on July 4. Surprisingly, it was not a unanimous vote. Of the 13 colonies, 9 voted yes. Pennsylvania and South Carolina voted no. Delaware was undecided and New York abstained. Some things never change: When it comes to going to war or supporting an on-going war, it is always a tough vote. Legend tells us John Hancock was the first to sign and did it with great flourish. He wanted to be sure the English king could read it. His signature is one of the most famous ever put on a document. The other signers put their lives and fortunes on the line. On July 6, 1776 the first public reading of the famous declaration took place in Philadelphias Independence Square, but it was not until August that the document was completed. The first Independence Day celebration took place July 4, 1777. By the early 1800s the traditions of parades, picnics, and fireworks were firmly established as part of American Independence Day culture. Want to see the document that started it all? The original Declaration in the National Archives is exhibited in the Rotunda for the Charters of Freedom in Washington, D.C. It has faded badly, largely because of poor preservation techniques during the 19th century. As we savor our hot dogs and hamburgers and anticipate the rockets red glare, it is fitting that we remember the famous words from our Declaration of Independence: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness 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. Nw L r frntbL CbrwrfS pb r f LINDA LOVELESS/SUBMITTED Friends of the Library announced a new exhibit of artwork by local artists that will be on display through the end of August in the Community Room of the Fernandina Beach Branch Library, located at 25 N. Fourth St. in Fernandina Beach. Entitled Techniques of Expression, the exhibit features a variety of art media and techniques employed by several prominent Fernandina Beach artists, including Susan Henderson, Mary Libby, Wayne Howard, Vickie Maley, Carol Winner and James Widerman. The artistic tech niques displayed include photolithography, oil, watercolor, 3D sculpture and pastel on light ink jet printing. The exhibit has limited viewing hours of 2-4 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. For further information regarding this event, on joining Friends of the Library, or donating, visit the FOL website at fernandinaFOL.org. SUBMITTEDrfntbDave Edwards, owner of Custom Woodworks by Dave, recently hosted a free woodworking workshop for Nassau County 4-H youth. The workshop allowed three 4-H members a highly individualized experience as each one created multiple, unique pens. Edwards demonstrated how to turn wood, acrylic, and even antlers on a lathe. Each members completed pen ranged in value from $35 to $65. The workshop was inspired through the advice of Nassau County 4-H youth members who have expressed a need to learn more trade-related skills for future careers, and Edwards provided insight into how woodworking can be a youth entrepreneurship opportunity. He also offered to continue teaching the students through apprenticeships. Edwards exhibits his work Saturdays at the Fernandina Beach Market Place farmers market on North Seventh Street between Centre and Alachua streets. If you are interested in learning more about fun, hands-on learning opportunities available to Nassau County families or how you can volunteer, contact Nassau County 4-H at 530-6353.SUBMITTEDbbtbbThe Amelia Island Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution recently presented the annual ROTC award to Cadet Alyssa Langrell, center, a member of the Air Force Junior ROTC at West Nassau High School. Langrell is flanked by Amelia Island Chapters ROTC Chairwoman Donna Rau, left, and Regent Lynn Leisy, right. 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. The more than 200 mem bers of the Amelia Island Chapter contribute approximately 5,000 volunteer hours and $4,000 in scholarships and awards in Nassau County each year. This image shows an early draft of the U.S. Declaration of Independence penned by Thomas Jefferson.THOMAS JEFFERSON FOUNDATION/ SPECIAL NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 13 7/1/18 1:20 PM

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The Nassau County Public Library System will be closed today in obser vance of the Independence Day holiday. The book drops will remain open for the conve nience of the public. In celebration of Independence Day, MOSH is offering half-off admission for everyone today. Visitors will be able to explore the daily programs and Museum exhibits, including a new sig nature exhibit Mission: Jax Genius that celebrates the legacy of creative geniuses exhibit National Geographic Presents Earth Explorers, which allows visitors to take a journey to some of the wildest places on Earth to discover the amazing animals and plants thriving in the most extreme environments. The Museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Normally $15 for adults and $12 for youth, students, active and retired military and seniors, Museum admis sion will be half-off for all and free for children 2 and under. Please note half-off admission does not include program ming for the Bryan-Gooding Planetarium, which costs $5 per program, per person. The Museum is located at 1025 Museum Circle in Jacksonville. Light Up Amelia, the city of Fernandina Beach and Community First Credit Union will host a Fourth of July celebration 5-9:30 p.m. today in Parking Lot B in downtown Fernandina Beach. Bounce houses will be avail able for children, and vendors will be selling food and crafts. A Most Patriotic Bicycle contest will take place at 7:30 p.m. with a Most Patriotic Pet content following at 8 p.m. and a pie-eating contest at 8:30 p.m. Fireworks are set for 9 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island will hold its annual Red, White and Deep Blue Celebration beginning at 7 p.m. today. The Independence Day barbecue takes place on the resorts oceafront lawn and features live music by The Palmetto Katz Trio, front row seats to a fireworks show that begins at 9:15 p.m., and various activities for chil menu includes grilled bistro steak, fresh local fish, shrimp, salads and an array of des serts made in-house by the pastry team. Tickets for the event are $99 for adults and $33 for children, ages 5-12 (inclusive). For more informa tion, call 277-1100. Volunteers are needed for a Fireworks Round Up planned for 6:30 to 9:30 a.m. July 5. Participants will col lect spent fireworks on Amelia Island beaches. For more information, contact Kayak Amelia at kayakamelia.jules@ gmail.com Sponsored by Keep Nassau Beautiful, Amelia Island Beach & Marine Life Protection Task Force, Kayak Amelia, and Live SeaWorthy. Community Yoga + Wellness will hold back care healing yoga classes throughout July. The series of four classes scheduled for 5:15-6:15 p.m. July 5, 12, 19 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 Newcomers Club of Amelia Island is host ing its monthly coffee at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, July 10. Women interested in joining the club who reside in Nassau County (no matter how long they have lived there) are welcome to attend. For further information contact Coffees@ NewcomersAmelia.org. The Friends of the Library Book Club will meet Thursday, July 12, at 7 p.m. Episcopal Church to discuss by Geraldine Brooks. The program is free and open to the public. Future meeting dates and books to be discussed are Aug. 9, by Jesmyn Ward; Sept. 13, by Marjane Satrapi; Oct. 11, by Arundhati Roy; Nov. 8, by Atul Gawande; Dec. 13, by Henry James; Jan. 10, by Amor Towles; Feb. 14, by Julian Barnes. Bob Colacello, close friend and colleague of Andy Warhol, will be speaking at the Cummer Museum on July 19. As the editor of magazine for nearly 10 years, Colacello helped to build the magazine into one of the most recogniz able and respected lifestyle magazines in history. Colacello is also the author of a memoir recounting his work with Warhol throughout the 1970s and early 1980s. The book offers a unique per spective on the creativity and eclectic style of Warhol and has cemented Colacello as an authority on the enigmatic art ist. In addition to his work with Warhol, Colacello has worked as a special correspondent for since 1984, writing numerous profiles on influential cultural figures such as Prince Charles and Naomi Campbell. Colacello is also the renowned biog rapher of Ronald and Nancy Reagan, receiving high praise for 1911-1980 The lecture will begin at 6:30 p.m. and end at 8:30 p.m. Following the lecture, there will be a ques tion and answer session with Colacello, followed by a book signing of Copies of the book will be available for purchase at the Cummer Shop. Registration is required, and costs $30 for Museum members and $40 for nonmembers. There will be light bites, beer, and wine included in the registration price and served before the lecture. For registration visit cummermu seum.org/events/calendar or call 899-6023. The newest exhibition at the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens Urban Spaces, Open Skies: 20th-Century American Landscape will be on view July 27 through Feb. 3, 2019. Drawn from the collection of works on paper, this presentation will feature more than 30 prints celebrat ing modern cities and the time less charms of the country. Visitors can admire how artists have aptly captured the chang ing landscape of burgeoning cities like Chicago and New York, with its iconic Brooklyn Bridge, busy streets, workers, and harbors. In contrast to such images, the stillness and serenity of the countryside with its wide open spaces, fields, and lakes offer a welcome respite from the often chaotic urban life. UF/IFAS Nassau Extension Director Rebecca Jordi will be conducting a three-day seminar, Crash Course on North Florida Gardening, on consecutive Thursdays Aug. 30, Sept. 6 and 13 from 8 a.m. until noon at the Yulee county building (next door to the Yulee Extension office). The program will cover topics on proper landscape practices and plants for the Northeast Florida area with different information being presented each day. Notebooks, refresh ments and plenty of garden material will be given away to participants. Classes will contain information on Floridafriendly plants, annuals, peren nials, attracting wildlife, trees, shrubs, lawngrass, palms and citrus. Appropriate watering and fertilization methods will be discussed as well as proper pruning and plant selection. The cost is $50 per person or $75 per couple. Deadline for registration is Friday, Aug. 24, at 5 p.m. Registration must be completed online at http://bit. ly/2Kmxipc. For more informa tion, contact the Extension office at 530-6351 or rljordi@ ufl.edu. The Fernandina Beach High School Class of 1978 is planning its 40-year reunion. A meet and greet will be held at 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30, at Sandbar & Kitchen at Main Beach (no charge). Dinner and dancing will take place 6-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, person). For questions or more information, contact Johnny at 321-7875, Brenda at 753-0235 or Kim at 415-3243, or visit the FBHS Class of 1978 page on Facebook. The West Nassau Historical Society will hold its fundraiser Hobos, Hot Rods, and Heroes Festival and Car Show on Saturday, autumn celebration is an allday event held in and around the historic 1881 Callahan Train Depot and adjoining 1856 Florida Railroad bed. The arts and crafts and food vendors will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The car show portion is a judged contest in several categories and is pre Center, Callahan Cruisers, and AB&B Auto Parts. It is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will be followed by an awards ceremony on the play area will start at 10 a.m. with a bouncy house and youth-oriented games. Joel Pace Music students will hold a hands-on instruments ses sion on the front platform of the 137-year old station. The Historical Society will honor veterans at 11 a.m. Local live entertainment will perform on the main depot stage from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with the final act following the car show awards ceremony. Tours of the history museum, 1881 depot, turpentine artifact exhibit, and 1940s-era caboose will also be conducted. Inside the train depot museum the Historical Society will host a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit called Crossroads: Change in Rural America. The six-week long exhibit is made possible by the Florida Humanities Council and will run through Dec. 8. The national display will be augmented with local quilters showing their works inside the depot annex along 8x8 history-themed model train layout. Sponsors and volun teers are needed to help make this fundraising event a suc cess. For additional informa tion on becoming a vendor, car show participant, volunteer, or sponsor to the 2018 Hobos, Hot Rods, and Heroes Festival and Car Show, visit www. wnhsfl.org or call festival cochairs John Hendricks or Emily Baumgartner at 879-3406. is offering various classes in July in media including clay hand-building basics, acrylic painting, water-based painting, fluid acrylic pour, and intro to camp. Call 261-5566 for more information or go to fernand dinas.com.Local artist Lisa Inglis will host painting parties during the summer at The Green Beer & Wine Garden. Cost is $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. The Green Turtle Tavern, 14 S. Third St., Tuesdays 5-7 p.m. on July 10 and 24, Aug. 7 and 21 and Sept. 4 and 18. Garden, 12 S. Second St., Thursdays 1-4:30 p.m. on June 28, July 12 and 26, Aug. 9 and 23 and Sept. 6 and 20. Ballroom On Amelia offers Two for Tuesday group classes with Bachata at 7 p.m. followed by Merengue at 8 p.m. Tuesday classes are $10 per person or both for $15. A dance work shop is offered from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursdays for $10 per person. Ballroom On Amelia is at 1897 Island Walkway at RAD 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. Learn tai chi at an evening class on Tuesdays from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Interested in a gentle 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, 210 Beech Street. Go toyoga-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. The final event will be held Thursday July 5 at 10 a.m. The Peck Center Library is located on the first floor of the Peck Community Center at 516 S. 10th St. in Fernandina Beach. Professional, traditional acrylic painting classes with Kathy Maurer are available Friday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Learn to paint landscapes, still life and more. Any level. For information call 261-8276 or 556-1638. Resin epoxy, dirty pour art classes are being held 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays and 1-3 p.m. Mondays at Clay Times Art Center, located at 112 S. Third St. All materials are provided for you to create your own 12-by-12-inch piece of art, which can be picked up the next day when it has cured to a glass-like finish. Cost is $45. To register, contact Julie Delfs at 518-322-7937. Kings Bay RC Modelers, established in 1989, is located Bluff Road and Oakwell Road in Kingsland, Ga. We are 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. The Amelia Knitting Club meets from 3 to 5 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month at the BuyGO store on South Eighth Street. Bingo is played every Thursday at American Legion Post 54, 626 S. Third St. The public is invited to play. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and early bird games begin at 6:05 p.m. Regular session, nine games for $20, begins at 6:30 p.m. Cash prizes, and proceeds are donated to help veterans and the com munity. You must be 18 to be in the hall during play. Call 261-7900. Lions Club bingo, every Thursday and Sunday, Yulee Lions Club Bingo Hall. Doors open at 4 p.m., warm-ups at 5:15 p.m. Early birds play at 5:45 p.m. with the regular program at 6:30 p.m. Participants must be 18 years old; minimum purchase $15. Information, 708-2591. r rp f ffntnb rntnbLIFE UNDERGROUND ACROSS sole feature 6. Bug repellant 13. Wraparound house feature 14. Back To The Future actress 15. Hello in 50th state 16. Join forces 17. Banned insec ticide 18. Reduce 19. *Mythological underground humanoids 21. *Rapid transit 24. Top of the Capitol 25. 1960s altered state inducer 28. Bone-dry tool 35. At the apex 37. Accepted behav ior 39. Samurai dagger 40. Of low density sensation 43. Embarkation location 44. Laundry room appliance 46. Make someone angry focus 48. *Underground, adj. 50. Tarot card reader, e.g. acronym 53. Victoria Beckham, formerly 55. Chill, with out 57. *Animal house 60. *Cold storage 63. Body trunk 64. ____-Wan Kenobi 66. Packers QB 68. Russians, e.g. 69. Benatar or Boone, e.g. 70. *The ____, by Notes from the Underground author 71. Explore by touch 72. Infection of the eye 73. *Six feet under preceder? DOWN 1. PC brain 2. Like a maxi skirt 3. Poetic name of Ireland 4. Cast member 5. Topic of discussion, pl. 6. One of auto pioneers 7. U.S. central bank 8. ____, Stinky and Stretch 9. Like Food move ment 10. Home of the Hawkeyes 11. People in gen eral middle and inner 15. Even though 20. Not odds 22. One behind the plate 24. Ascetic Muslim monk 25. Hog fat, pl. 26. Rubberneck 27. Not Ionic or Corinthian 31. Lights out signal 32. Kind of wading bird 33. It included Mr. T 34. *Beneficial gar den invertebrates 36. Jury colleague 38. *Contrary to not blind 42. Superman Christopher 45. Copies, for short 49. Likewise 51. Put down again, past tense 54. Same as swaps 56. Clearing in the woods tie Mountains 59. Please get back to me find 21 Across 61. Operatic solo 62. *Plant organ 63. Cough syrup amt. 65. *Cave flyer 67. Utmost degree Joy to the Children will host a Christmas in July party 4-7 p.m. Sunday, July 8, at The Green Turtle Tavern, located at 14 S. Third St. in Fernandina Beach. Hupp and the Yacht Rockers will provide live music, and The Happy Tomato will serve food. Guests can participate in a 50/50 raffle with a $100 starting pot, games like Cornhole, lifesize Jenga, and Hook on a String, and a silent auction. Each person who brings a new, unwrapped toy or twin sheet set will receive a free beer. Joy to the Children is a local nonprofit organization that has been providing new clothing, toys, bedding, backpacks filled with school supplies, new books, personal care bags and a hot meal to underprivileged children in Nassau County for 23 years. NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 14 7/1/18 1:25 PM

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This little fellows name is Rumpus. He is a 2-month-old domestic medium hair kitten with grey and white fur and is cute as a button. Rumpus is one of five in a litter. Each one is looking for a great home like your own. The cat and kitten adoption price is $9 right now. Each animal is spayed or neutered and has a set of boosters and a microchip. Then all they need is your love. This beautiful dogs name is Lizzie, an American pit bull mix who is 6 years old and has a soft black coat and a white chest. Lizzie is our guest right now. We enjoy her because she is such a sweetheart whose previous owner loved her very much and took good care of her. Due to unforeseen circumstances, Lizzie needs a new home. Come to our shelter and see her for yourself! 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 information, call 530-6150. Daisy is a bright-eyed girl who has lived with people. She walks well on her leash and has a bright smile, as you can see! Shes a mixed-breed dog with a lovely tan coat and white markings. Shes active and intelligent, about 2.5 years old, and medium-sized at about 50 pounds. If you already have a dog, please bring your pet over for a meet-and-greet! She has lots of energy and wants to give you lots of love. Daisys owners said she knows how to sit, stay, come and lie down. Shes crate-trained and housetrained. She guards her food while eating. She enjoys playing with tennis balls and rope toys, going for car rides, playing in water, and being brushed, along with relaxing on the couch and quiet companionship. She can get excited when you show her affection, but only because she loves it so much. Daisys adoption fee is only $50. Shes already spayed, micro-chipped, and up to date on her shots, and is ready to go home with you. Please come meet Daisy and let her gorgeous brown eyes work their magic on you! This is sweet Peanut! She is a very pretty and sweet senior girl. Peanut has a beautiful black and orange tortoiseshell coat and big olive eyes. She lived in a home, but unfortunately her people couldnt keep her any longer. She is just a little bit shy as she is adjusting to life in the cattery, but shes getting along well with the other cats. Shes laid-back and very sweet, loves to be petted, and would appreciate a quiet home for her retirement years. If youre interested in seeing her, please call us at 321-1647 or visit NassauHumaneSociety.com to see if shes at our cattery or one of our remote adoption locations. Peanut is spayed and vaccinated and has a microchip. She would like to meet her new family soon and begin relaxing in a sunny spot! 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! Peter, Paul and Mary are a trio of sweet-natured littermates. Mary has short black and white fur and her brothers. Peter and Paul, have brown tabby fur. These kittens are curious, loving and playful purrboxes waiting for their forever homes. Cats Angels has more kittens at our adoption center that 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 3212267 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 and also be able read our current Meowing Messenger newsletter. 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 spayneuter services. Spay and Neuter The Responsible Solution. rf r rAmelia Island Duplicate Bridge Club raised over $6,000 for the Alzheimers Association in just one day of competitive play June 18 at the Peck Center. The annual event known as The Longest Day is organized by the American Contract Bridge League. In just six years, the national group has raised $3.5 million for the Alzheimers Association in order to advance the care, support and research of this disease. The Longest Day is all about love love for all those affected by Alzheimers dis ease. During the week of the summer sol stice, people all over the world do what they love playing bridge to help end Alzheimers, the Alzheimers Association explains on its website. The website goes on to say that Alzheimers has no current cure, but treatments for symptoms are avail able and research continues. Although cur rent Alzheimers treatments cannot stop Alzheimers from progressing, they can temporarily slow the worsening of demen tia symptoms and improve quality of life for those with Alzheimers and their caregivers. Today, there is a worldwide effort under way to find better ways to treat the disease, delay its onset, and prevent it from developing.   This is the fourth year the Amelia Island Duplicate Bridge League has participated in The Longest Day and it was the groups most successful event yet. There were more than 50 participants who not only participat ed in the competitive play, but also a hearty breakfast, a delicious lunch, a restaurant raffle and some 50/50 action. Every member of the club brought some thing to the table. Betty Bergman proudly proclaimed, We have the greatest little club so generous in both giving and doing. Many members opted to wear large stickers that indicated for whom they were playing. Gale Ulmer was playing for her grandmother and Anne Kohlman was playing for her hus band, who was diagnosed with Alzheimers 10 years ago and now lives in Osprey Village. Another member, Gary Tenney, said that he was (indirectly) playing for his daughter in-law not because she has the disease but because she is a neurologist studying Alzheimers at Vanderbilt University. Ulmer, this years co-chair with Trish Booton, said that with bridge the beauty is in the social ization and its a lifelong skill. The more you play, the more you learn.rfThe Amelia Island Museum of History will host its next Brown Bag Lunch at noon Wednesday, July 11, with special guest Jean Mann, author of Family Legacy The Last Spanish Land Grant in Florida: The Descendants of Domingo Fernandez and Mary Mattair, according to a news release. Mann will discuss the history of the Fernandez fam ily, whose roots in Fernandina trace back to the Second Spanish Period. Domingo and Mary Fernandez were the owners of Yellow Bluff Plantation, which included most of what is now new Fernandina Beach. Though most of the plan tation was sold to developers of New Fernandina, the Fernandez family never deeded the one acre containing the cemetery next to St. Michaels Church. This one acre can still be considered a Spanish land grant and is, technically, owned by the descen dants of Domingo and Mary Fernandez. Their descendants have scattered across the globe, with some still living in Australia and England as well as here in Nassau County and other parts of Florida. This program is free and open to the public. Seating is firstcome, first-served and no res ervations are needed. For more information contact, Gray at 2617378, ext. 102, or gray@ame liamuseum.org. Amelia Island Museum of History is located at 233 S. Third St. in Fernandina Beach. rf ntbbbtbbb fbbtfb PHOTOS BY CINDY JACKSON/NEWS-LEADERThe Amelia Island Duplicate Bridge Club raised over $6,000 for the Alzheimers Association during The Longest Day charity event held June 18. According to the Alzheimers Association, 5.7 million Americans are living with the disease. It was a packed house at the Peck Center when the Amelia Island Duplicate Bridge Club held its fourth annual fundraiser to raise money for the Alzheimers Association. The Alzheimers Association estimates that every 65 seconds, someone in the U.S. develops the disease. fntbbb fbntSUBMITTEDJean Mann claims that the Fernandez family never deeded a one-acre lot containing the cemetery next to St. Michaels Church. nb Pam Bell, a photographer who runs a studio on Amelia Island, received recognition in the February 2018 National Association of Professional Child Photographers International Image Competition. This image took third place in the Family category.PHOTOS BY PAM BELL/SPECIALBell also earned a Recognition of Merit for this entry in the Baby category. Both of Bells photos were taken on Amelia Island. NL 6 col. Wed 07.04.indd 15 7/1/18 1:22 PM

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M EC OM A /K/ A KE N E. ME CO M, S R; ET A L, 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 th at p ur su an t to t he F inal Ju dg m ent o f Mo rt gage F or ecl os ur e da te d th e 6t h da y of Ju ne 201 8, an d en te re d in Ca se N o 452 018CA 000050CA AX YX o f th e Ci rc ui t Co ur t of t he F ou rt h Judicial C ir cuit in a nd f or N a ssa u Coun ty Fl or ida i n wh er ei n RH F L3 LL C, AN OR EG ON L IMIT ED L IA BI LI TY C OMPA NY is th e Pl ainti ff, a nd K EN E M EC OM A /K/ A KE N E M EC OM SR ; TR AC Y L. ME CO M; J OH N F. M EA DE U NKN OW N SP OU SE O F JO HN F ME AD E; T EN ANT # 1 AN D TE NAN T #2 A S UN KN OW N TE NAN TS I N PO SS E SSI ON O F TH E SU BJ EC T PR OP ER TY ar e De fe ndants I will se ll to t he h ighes t an d be st b idde r fo r ca sh vi a elec tr on ic s al e at w ww. na ss aucler k. re alfo re cl os e. co m at 11:30 a .m i n acco rda nc e wi th S ec ti on 45.031, Fl or id a St at ut es o n th e 12 th da y of J uly, 2018, t he f ollo win g de sc ri be d pr op er ty a s se t fo rt h in s ai d Fina l Judg me nt to wit : Pr oe rt y A ddr es s : 2448 0 Or acle L an e, Hillia rd F L 32046 PA RC EL 1 : AL L TH AT C ER TAIN P IE CE PA RC EL O R TR AC T OF L AND S IT UA TE LY IN G AN D BE IN G IN T HE C OU NT Y OF NA SS AU A ND T HE S TATE O F FL OR ID A B EI NG M OR E PA RTI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS: TH E WE ST O NE -H AL F OF LO T 6 T HE V IR GI NI A CO LO NY FA RM S HI LL IA RD SE CT IO N 34, TO WN SH IP 3 N OR TH R ANG E 23 E AS T N A SSA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A A CCO RD IN G TO PL AT R EC OR DE D IN T HE P UB LI C RE CO RD S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A IN P LA T BO OK O A T PA GE 38 B EI NG AL SO A P OR TI ON O F TH E LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN D EE D RE CO RD ED I N TH E PU BL IC RE CO RD S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA I N OF FI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 AN D 575. FO R A PO IN T OF R EF ER EN CE C OM ME NC E AT T HE 1 IR ON P IP E FO UN D FO R TH E SO UT HW ES T CO RN ER O F SE CTI ON 34, A FO RE SA ID ; A ND RU N NO RT H 00'58" WES T AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF SA ID S EC TIO N AN D AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF L AN DS D ESC RI BE D IN O FFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575 A D ISTA NC E OF 1321.86 F EE T TO A 1 /2" I RO N PIPE F OU ND A T TH E SO UT HWE ST C OR NE R OF L OT 6 TH E VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" AF OR ES AI D FO R TH E PO IN T OF BE GI NN ING. FR OM T HE P OI NT O F BE GI NN IN G TH US D ES CR IB ED CO NT IN UE N OR TH 0 0'58" WE ST A LO NG T HE WES T LI NE OF S EC TIO N 34, A FO RE SA ID AN D AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF L OT 6 TH E VI RG IN IA CO LO NY F AR MS AF OR ES AI D, BE IN G AL SO T HE WES T LI NE OF' LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 5 75 A FO RE SA ID A DI ST AN CE O F 661.44 FE ET T O A 1/2" I RO N RO D AN D CA P "L B 7039" S ET A T TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LO T 6 TH E VI RGI NI A CO LO NY F AR MS AF OR ES AI D, B EI NG A LS O TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 AND 575, A FO RE SA ID ; TH EN CE S OU TH 89 41 26" E AS T AL ON G TH E NO RT H LI NE O F LO T 6 TH E VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" A FO RE SA ID AND AL ON G TH E NO RT H LI NE O F LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575 A FO RE SA ID A DI ST AN CE O F 683.68 FE ET T O A 5/8" I RO N PI PE F OU ND A T TH E NO RT HE AS T CO RN ER O F TH E WE ST O NE H AL F OF L OT 6 "T HE VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" AF OR ES AI D BE IN G AL SO T HE NO RT HHE AS T CO RN ER O F LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575 A FO RE SA ID ; TH EN CE S OU TH 00 15 20" E AS T AL ON G TH E EA ST L IN E OF T HE WE ST O NE -HAL F OF L OT 6 "T HE VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" AF OR ES AI D, B EI NG A LS O TH E EA ST L IN E OF L AND S DE SC RI BE D IN O FFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575, A D ISTA NC E OF 661.57 F EET T O A 5/8" I RO N PIPE F OU ND A T TH E SO UT HEA ST C OR NE R OF T HE WES T ON EHA LF O F LO T 6, TH E VI RGI NI A CO UN TY F AR MS ", AF OR ES AI D ; T HE NC E NO RT H 89'46" WES T AL ON G TH E SO UT H LI NE O F TH E WE ST O NE HA LF O F LO T 6, TH E VI RG INIA CO LO NY F AR MS ", A FO RE SA ID A DI ST AN CE OF 683. 75 F EE T TO TH E PO INT OF B EG IN NING TH E FO RE GO NE D ES CR IB ED LA ND S SU BJ EC T TO A 60. 0 FO OT R OA D LY IN G EA ST ER LY OF A ND A DJ OI NS T HE W ES T LI NE O F SE CT IO N 34, A FO RE SA ID A S SH OW N IN P LA T BO OK 0", P AG E 38. Al on g wi th t ha t ce rt ai n 2004 F leet wo od E nter pr is es do uble wi de m ob ile h om e VI N #G AF L 375B 75 433 CD 21 a nd VI N #G AF L3 75 A 75433C D2 1 PA RC EL 2 : T HI S PA RC EL HA S BE EN R ELEA SE D BY P AR TI AL R ELEA SE O F MO RT GAGE RE CO RD ED I N OR B 162 03 PA GE 1 353 O N JA NUAR Y 3, 2013, O F TH E CU RRE NT P UB LI C RE CO RD S OF D UV AL C OU NT Y, FL OR ID A. AN Y PE RS ON C LA IM IN G AN I NT ER ES T IN T HE S UR PL US FR OM T HE S AL E I F AN Y, O TH ER TH AN T HE P RO PE RT Y OW NE R AS O F TH E DA TE O F TH E LI S PE ND EN S MU ST F IL E A CL AI M WI TH IN S IX TY ( 60) D AY S AF TE R TH E SA LE If y ou a re a p er so n wi th a di sa bilit y wh o nee ds a n ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o ac ce ss c ou rt f acilit ie s or p ar ti ci pa te i n a cour t pr ocee ding s, yo u ar e ent itle d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov isio n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he C ou rt A dm inis tr at ion at lea st t hree b us in es s da ys pr io r to t he r eq ui re d se rv ice by u si ng o ne o f t he fo llo wi ng me th ods : P ho ne ( 904) 6302564; F ax ( 904) 6 30 1146; TT D/ TT Y (800) 9558 770 ( Fl or ida R el ay S er vi ce) E -M ail cr tin tr p@ co j.net Da te d th is 13t h da y of Ju ne 2018. JO HN A C RA WF OR D Cl er k of t he C ir cuit C ou rt By : E Mic hel e Jo hns on De pu ty C le rk Su bm it te d by : LA W O FFI CE O F MI CH EL LE E G LA SS, P A At to r ney s fo r Pl aint iff 7545 C ent ur io n Pa rk wa y, St e. 103 Jack so nv ille FL 32256 Te le ph on e: ( 904) 6063903 Facs imile : ( 904) 6063936 2T 627 & 704-2018 #437126 IN THE CI RC UIT COURT OF T HE FOUR TH JU DI CIAL CIRC UI T, IN AND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA CA SE NO.: 45-2018CA 000050CAAX YX RHFL 3, L LC AN O RE GO N LI MIT ED L IA BI LI TY C OM PA NY Pl aint iff, vs. KE N E. M EC OM A /K/ A KE N E. ME CO M, S R; ET A L, 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 th at p ur su an t to t he F inal Ju dg m ent o f Mo rt gage F or ecl os ur e da te d th e 6t h da y of Ju ne 201 8, an d en te re d in Ca se N o 452 018CA 000050CA AX YX o f th e Ci rc ui t Co ur t of t he F ou rt h Judicial C ir cuit in a nd f or N a ssa u Coun ty Fl or ida i n wh er ei n RH F L3 LL C, AN OR EG ON L IMIT ED L IA BI LI TY C OMPA NY is th e Pl ainti ff, a nd K EN E M EC OM A /K/ A KE N E M EC OM SR ; TR AC Y L. ME CO M; J OH N F. M EA DE U NKN OW N SP OU SE O F JO HN F ME AD E; T EN ANT # 1 AN D TE NAN T #2 A S UN KN OW N TE NAN TS I N PO SS E SSI ON O F TH E SU BJ EC T PR OP ER TY ar e De fe ndants I will se ll to t he h ighes t an d be st b idde r fo r ca sh vi a elec tr on ic s al e at w ww. na ss aucler k. re alfo re cl os e. co m at 11:30 a .m i n acco rda nc e wi th S ec ti on 45. 031, Fl or id a St at ut es o n th e 12 th da y of J uly, 2018, t he f ollo win g de sc ri be d pr op er ty a s se t fo rt h in s ai d Fina l Judg me nt to wit : Pr oe rt y A ddr es s : 2448 0 Or acle L an e, Hillia rd F L 32046 PA RC EL 1 : AL L TH AT C ER TAIN P IE CE PA RC EL O R TR AC T OF L AND S IT UA TE LY IN G AN D BE IN G IN T HE C OU NT Y OF NA SS AU A ND T HE S TATE O F FL OR ID A B EI NG M OR E PA RTI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS: TH E WE ST O NE -H AL F OF LO T 6 T HE V IR GI NI A CO LO NY FA RM S HI LL IA RD SE CT IO N 34, TO WN SH IP 3 N OR TH R ANG E 23 E AS T N A SSA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A A CCO RD IN G TO PL AT R EC OR DE D IN T HE P UB LI C RE CO RD S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A IN P LA T BO OK O A T PA GE 38, B EI NG AL SO A P OR TI ON O F TH E LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN D EE D RE CO RD ED I N TH E PU BL IC RE CO RD S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA I N OF FI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 AN D 575. FO R A PO IN T OF R EF ER EN CE C OM ME NC E AT T HE 1 IR ON P IP E FO UN D FO R TH E SO UT HW ES T CO RN ER O F SE CTI ON 34, A FO RE SA ID ; A ND RU N NO RT H 00'58" WES T AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF SA ID S EC TIO N AN D AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF L AN DS D ESC RI BE D IN O FFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575, A D ISTA NC E OF 1321.86 F EE T TO A 1 /2" I RO N PIPE F OU ND A T TH E SO UT HWE ST C OR NE R OF L OT 6 TH E VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" AF OR ES AI D FO R TH E PO IN T OF BE GI NN ING. FR OM T HE P OI NT O F BE GI NN IN G TH US D ES CR IB ED CO NT IN UE N OR TH 0 0'58" WE ST A LO NG T HE WES T LI NE OF S EC TIO N 34, A FO RE SA ID AN D AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF L OT 6 TH E VI RG IN IA CO LO NY F AR MS AF OR ES AI D, BE IN G AL SO T HE WES T LI NE OF' LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 5 75 A FO RE SA ID A DI ST AN CE O F 661.44 FE ET T O A 1/2" I RO N RO D AN D CA P "L B 7039" S ET A T TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LO T 6 TH E VI RGI NI A CO LO NY F AR MS AF OR ES AI D, B EI NG A LS O TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 AND 575, A FO RE SA ID ; TH EN CE S OU TH 89 41 26" E AS T AL ON G TH E NO RT H LI NE O F LO T 6 TH E VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" A FO RE SA ID AND AL ON G TH E NO RT H LI NE O F LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575, A FO RE SA ID A DI ST AN CE O F 683.68 FE ET T O A 5/8" I RO N PI PE F OU ND A T TH E NO RT HE AS T CO RN ER O F TH E WE ST O NE H AL F OF L OT 6 "T HE VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" AF OR ES AI D BE IN G AL SO T HE NO RT HHE AS T CO RN ER O F LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575 A FO RE SA ID ; TH EN CE S OU TH 00 15 20" E AS T AL ON G TH E EA ST L IN E OF T HE WE ST O NE -HAL F OF L OT 6 "T HE VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" AF OR ES AI D, B EI NG A LS O TH E EA ST L IN E OF L AND S DE SC RI BE D IN O FFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575, A D ISTA NC E OF 661.57 F EET T O A 5/8" I RO N PIPE F OU ND A T TH E SO UT HEA ST C OR NE R OF T HE WES T ON EHA LF O F LO T 6, TH E VI RGI NI A CO UN TY F AR MS ", AF OR ES AI D ; T HE NC E NO RT H 89'46" WES T AL ON G TH E SO UT H LI NE O F TH E WE ST O NE HA LF O F LO T 6, TH E VI RG IN IA CO LO NY F AR MS ", A FO RE SA ID A DI ST AN CE OF 683. 75 F EE T TO TH E PO INT OF B EG IN NING TH E FO RE GO NE D ES CR IB ED LA ND S SU BJ EC T TO A 60. 0 FO OT R OA D LY IN G EA ST ER LY OF A ND A DJ OI NS T HE WES T LI NE O F SE CT IO N 34, A FO RE SA ID A S SH OW N IN P LA T BO OK 0", P AG E 38. Al on g wi th t ha t ce rt ai n 2004 F leet wo od E nter pr is es do uble wi de m ob ile h om e VI N #G AF L 375B 75 433 CD 21 a nd VI N #G AF L3 75 A 75433C D2 1 PA RC EL 2 : T HI S PA RC EL HA S BE EN R ELEA SE D BY P AR TI AL R ELEA SE O F MO RT GA GE RE CO RD ED I N OR B 162 03 PA GE 1 353 O N JA NUAR Y 3, 2013, O F TH E CU RRE NT P UB LI C RE CO RD S OF D UV AL C OU NT Y, FL OR ID A. AN Y PE RS ON C LA IM IN G AN I NT ER ES T IN T HE S UR PL US FR OM T HE S AL E I F AN Y, O TH ER TH AN T HE P RO PE RT Y OW NE R AS O F TH E DA TE O F TH E LI S PE ND EN S MU ST F IL E A CL AI M WI TH IN S IX TY ( 60) D AY S AF TE R TH E SA LE If y ou a re a p er so n wi th a di sa bilit y wh o nee ds a n ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o ac ce ss c ou rt f acilit ie s or p ar ti ci pa te in a cour t pr ocee ding s, yo u ar e ent itle d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov isio n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he C ou rt A dm inis tr at io n at lea st t hree b us in es s da ys pr io r to t he r eq ui re d se rv ic e by u si ng o ne o f t he fo llo wi ng me th ods : P ho ne ( 904) 6302564; F ax ( 904) 6 30 1146; TT D/ TT Y (800) 9558 770 ( Fl or ida R el ay S er vi ce) E -M ail cr tin tr p@ co j.net Da te d th is 13t h da y of Ju ne 2018. JO HN A C RA WF OR D Cl er k of t he C ir cuit C ou rt By : E Mic hel e Jo hns on De pu ty C le rk Su bm it te d by : LA W O FFI CE O F MI CH EL LE E G LA SS, P A At to r ney s fo r Pl aint iff 7545 C ent ur io n Pa rk wa y, St e. 103 Jack so nv ille FL 32256 Te le ph on e: ( 904) 6063903 Facs imile : ( 904) 6063936 2T 627 & 704-2018 #437126 IN THE CI RC UIT COURT OF T HE FOUR TH JU DI CIAL CIRC UI T, IN AND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA CA SE NO.: 45-2018CA 000050CAAX YX RHFL 3, L LC AN O RE GO N LI MIT ED L IA BI LI TY C OM PA NY Pl aint iff, vs. KE N E. M EC OM A /K/ A KE N E. ME CO M, S R; ET A L, 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 th at p ur su an t to t he F inal Ju dg m ent o f Mo rt gage F or ecl os ur e da te d th e 6t h da y of Ju ne 201 8, an d en te re d in Ca se N o 452 018CA 000050CA AX YX o f th e Ci rc ui t Co ur t of t he F ou rt h Judicial C ir cuit in a nd f or N a ssa u Coun ty Fl or ida i n wh er ei n RH F L3 LL C, AN OR EG ON L IMIT ED L IA BI LI TY C OMPA NY is th e Pl ainti ff, a nd K EN E M EC OM A /K/ A KE N E M EC OM SR ; TR AC Y L. ME CO M; J OH N F. M EA DE U NKN OW N SP OU SE O F JO HN F ME AD E; T EN ANT # 1 AN D TE NAN T #2 A S UN KN OW N TE NAN TS I N PO SS E SSI ON O F TH E SU BJ EC T PR OP ER TY ar e De fe ndants I will se ll to t he h ighes t an d be st b idde r fo r ca sh vi a elec tr on ic s al e at w ww. na ss aucler k. re alfo re cl os e. co m at 11:30 a .m i n acco rda nc e wi th S ec ti on 45.031, Fl or id a St at ut es o n th e 12 th da y of J uly 2018, t he f ollo win g de sc ri be d pr op er ty a s se t fo rt h in s ai d Fina l Judg me nt to wit : Pr oe rt y A ddr es s : 2448 0 Or acle L an e, Hillia rd F L 32046 PA RC EL 1 : AL L TH AT C ER TAIN P IE CE PA RC EL O R TR AC T OF L AND S IT UA TE LY IN G AN D BE IN G IN T HE C OU NT Y OF NA SS AU A ND T HE S TATE O F FL OR ID A B EI NG M OR E PA RTI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS: TH E WE ST O NE -H AL F OF LO T 6 T HE V IR GI NI A CO LO NY FA RM S HI LL IA RD SE CT IO N 34, TO WN SH IP 3 N OR TH R ANG E 23 E AS T N A SSA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A A CCO RD IN G TO PL AT R EC OR DE D IN T HE P UB LI C RE CO RD S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A IN P LA T BO OK O A T PA GE 38, B EI NG AL SO A P OR TI ON O F TH E LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN D EE D RE CO RD ED I N TH E PU BL IC RE CO RD S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA I N OF FI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 AN D 575. FO R A PO IN T OF R EF ER EN CE C OM ME NC E AT T HE 1 IR ON P IP E FO UN D FO R TH E SO UT HW ES T CO RN ER O F SE CTI ON 34, A FO RE SA ID ; A ND RU N NO RT H 00'58" W ES T AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF SA ID S EC TIO N AN D AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF L AN DS D ESC RI BE D IN O FFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575, A D ISTA NC E OF 1321.86 F EE T TO A 1 /2" I RO N PIPE F OU ND A T TH E SO UT HWE ST C OR NE R OF L OT 6 TH E VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" AF OR ES AI D FO R TH E PO IN T OF BE GI NN ING. FR OM T HE P OI NT O F BE GI NN IN G TH US D ES CR IB ED CO NT IN UE N OR TH 0 0'58" WE ST A LO NG T HE WES T LI NE OF S EC TIO N 34, A FO RE SA ID AN D AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF L OT 6 TH E VI RG IN IA CO LO NY F AR MS AF OR ES AI D, BE IN G AL SO T HE WES T LI NE OF' LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 5 75 A FO RE SA ID A DI ST AN CE O F 661.44 FE ET T O A 1/2" I RO N RO D AN D CA P "L B 7039" S ET A T TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LO T 6 TH E VI RGI NI A CO LO NY F AR MS AF OR ES AI D, B EI NG A LS O TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 AND 575 A FO RE SA ID ; TH EN CE S OU TH 89 41 26" E AS T AL ON G TH E NO RT H LI NE O F LO T 6 TH E VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" A FO RE SA ID AND AL ON G TH E NO RT H LI NE O F LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575, A FO RE SA ID A DI ST AN CE O F 683.68 FE ET T O A 5/8" I RO N PI PE F OU ND A T TH E NO RT HE AS T CO RN ER O F TH E WE ST O NE H AL F OF L OT 6 "T HE VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" AF OR ES AI D BE IN G AL SO T HE NO RT HHE AS T CO RN ER O F LA ND S DE SC RI BE D IN OFFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575 A FO RE SA ID ; TH EN CE S OU TH 00 15 20" E AS T AL ON G TH E EA ST L IN E OF T HE WE ST O NE -HAL F OF L OT 6 "T HE VI RG INIA C OLON Y FA RM S" AF OR ES AI D, B EI NG A LS O TH E EA ST L IN E OF L AND S DE SC RI BE D IN O FFI CI AL RE CO RD S B OOK 2 15 PAGE S 574 A ND 575, A D ISTA NC E OF 661.57 F EET T O A 5/8" I RO N PIPE F OU ND A T TH E SO UT HEA ST C OR NE R OF T HE WES T ON EHA LF O F LO T 6, TH E VI RGI NI A CO UN TY F AR MS ", AF OR ES AI D ; T HE NC E NO RT H 89'46" W ES T AL ON G TH E SO UT H LI NE O F TH E WE ST O NE HA LF O F LO T 6, TH E VI RG INIA CO LO NY F AR MS ", A FO RE SA ID A DI ST AN CE OF 683. 75 F EE T TO TH E PO INT OF B EG IN NING TH E FO RE GO NE D ES CR IB ED LA ND S SU BJ EC T TO A 60. 0 FO OT R OA D LY IN G EA ST ER LY OF A ND A DJ OI NS T HE WES T LI NE O F SE CT IO N 34, A FO RE SA ID A S SH OW N IN P LA T BO OK 0", P AG E 38. Al on g wi th t ha t ce rt ai n 2004 F leet wo od E nter pr is es do uble wi de m ob ile h om e VI N #G AF L 375B 75 433 CD 21 a nd VI N #G AF L3 75 A 75433C D2 1 PA RC EL 2 : T HI S PA RC EL HA S BE EN R ELEA SE D BY P AR TI AL R ELEA SE O F MO RT GAGE RE CO RD ED I N OR B 162 03 PA GE 1 353 O N JA NUAR Y 3, 2013, O F TH E CU RRE NT P UB LI C RE CO RD S OF D UV AL C OU NT Y, FL OR ID A. AN Y PE RS ON C LA IM IN G AN I NT ER ES T IN T HE S UR PL US FR OM T HE S AL E I F AN Y, O TH ER TH AN T HE P RO PE RT Y OW NE R AS O F TH E DA TE O F TH E LI S PE ND EN S MU ST F IL E A CL AI M WI TH IN S IX TY ( 60) D AY S AF TE R TH E SA LE If y ou a re a p er so n wi th a di sa bilit y wh o nee ds a n ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o ac ce ss c ou rt f acilit ie s or p ar ti ci pa te i n a cour t pr ocee ding s, yo u ar e ent itle d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov isio n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. P leas e conta ct t he C ou rt A dm inis tr at ion at lea st t hree b us in es s da ys pr io r to t he r eq ui re d se rv ice by u si ng o ne o f t he fo llo wi ng me th ods : P ho ne ( 904) 6302564; F ax ( 904) 6 30 1146; TT D/ TT Y (800) 9558 770 ( Fl or ida R el ay S er vi ce) E -M ail cr tin tr p@ co j.net Da te d th is 13t h da y of Ju ne 2018. JO HN A C RA WF OR D Cl er k of t he C ir cuit C ou rt By : E Mic hel e Jo hns on De pu ty C le rk Su bm it te d by : LA W O FFI CE O F MI CH EL LE E G LA SS, P A At to r ney s fo r Pl aint iff 7545 C ent ur io n Pa rk wa y, St e. 103 Jack so nv ille FL 32256 Te le ph on e: ( 904) 6063903 Facs imile : ( 904) 6063936 2T 627 & 704-2018 #437126 I N THE CI RC UIT COUR T OF TH E FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA CI VIL AC TION Ca se #: 2018CA -000176 DI VISION: A We lls F ar go B an k, N at io nal As so ciat ion Pl aint iff, -v s. Do ro th y Yo un g a/ k/ a Do ro th y Ba llo u; U nk no wn H ei rs De vis ees Gr ant ees As si gn ee s, Cr edit or s L ieno rs an d Tr us te es o f Cu rt is W ay ne Yo un g, Jr ., De ceas ed a nd A ll Ot he r Pe rs on s Cl ai mi ng b y an d Th ro ug h, U nder Ag ains t Th e Na me d De fe nd an t( s) ; U nkn ow n Sp ou se o f Do ro th y Yo un g a/ k/ a Do ro th y Ba llo u; Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s in P os se ss io n #1, I f living, a nd a ll U nk no wn Pa rt ie s clai mi ng b y t hr ou gh un de r an d agai ns t th e ab ov e na me d De fe ndan t( s) w ho ar e no t kn ow n to b e dead o r alive, w he t her s ai d Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s ma y clai m an interes t as S po us e, H ei rs D ev is ee s, Gr ant ees or O t her C laim an ts ; Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s in P os se ss io n #2, I f living, a nd a ll U nk no wn Pa rt ie s clai mi ng b y t hr ou gh un de r an d agai ns t th e ab ov e na me d De fe ndan t( s) w ho ar e no t kn ow n to b e dead o r alive, w he t her s ai d Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s ma y clai m an interes t as S po us e, H ei rs D ev is ee s, Gr ant ees or O th er C laim an ts De fend an t( s) NO TI CE O F AC TIO N FO RE CL OSU RE PRO CE ED IN GS PR OP ER TY TO : U nkno wn H ei rs D evis ees Gr ant ees As si gn ee s, Cr edit or s L ieno rs an d Tr us te es o f Cu rt is W ay ne Yo un g, Jr ., De ceas ed a nd A ll Ot he r Pe rs on s Cl ai mi ng b y an d Th ro ug h, U nder Ag ains t Th e Na me d De fe ndan t( s) : AD DR ES S UN KN OW N Re si denc e un kn ow n, if liv in g, inc lu ding a ny u nk no wn sp ou se o f th e sa id D ef en da nt s, if ei th er h as r em ar ri ed an d if e it her o r bo th o f sa id De fe nd an ts a re d ead, t he ir re sp ec ti ve u nkno wn h ei rs de vis ees g ra ntee s a ss igne es cr edit or s, lieno rs an d tr us te es an d al l ot her p er so ns c laim in g by t hr ou gh u nd er o r agains t th e na me d De fe nda nt (s); a nd t he a fo re me nti on ed n am ed D ef en da nt (s ) an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no wn D ef en dant s an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no wn D ef en dant s as m ay b e in fa nt s, inc om pe t ent s or o t her wise n ot s ui j ur is. YO U AR E HE RE BY N OT IF IE D th at a n ac ti on h as b ee n co mm enc ed t o fo re cl os e a mo rt gage o n th e fo llo wi ng re al p ro pe rt y, lyi ng a nd b ei ng an d si tu at ed in Na ss au C ou nty F lo ri da m or e pa rt icular ly de sc ri bed as fo llo ws : TR AC T 18 NA SS AU V IL LA GE WES T A S PE R PL AT TH ER EO F, R EC OR DE D IN P LA T BO OK 5 P AG E 23, O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS O F NA SS AU CO UN TY F LO RI DA TO GE TH ER WIT H TH AT C ER TA IN M AN UF AC TU RE D HO ME YE AR : 2007, M AK E: J AC OB SE N V IN # : J AC FL 28610A A ND VI N# : JA CF L 28610B m or e co mm on ly k no wn a s 54419 La wh on R oa d, C alla ha n, F L 32011. Th is a ct io n ha s been f ile d agains t yo u an d yo u ar e re quir ed t o se rv e a co py o f yo ur w ri tte n de fe ns e i f an y, up on S HA PI RO F IS HM AN & GA CH, L LP A tt or ne ys f or Pl aint iff, w ho se a dd re ss i s 2424 N or th F ed er al H ighway Su it e 360 Bo ca R at on F L 33431, w it hi n th ir ty ( 30) d ay s af te r th e fi rs t publ ic at io n of th is n ot ic e and file t he o ri gi na l wi th t he cler k of t hi s Co ur t ei t her b ef or e se rv ic e on P lain ti ff' s at to rn ey o r im me diat el y t her e af te r; o th er wise a d efa ul t will b e entered a gain st yo u fo r th e re lie f de ma nd ed in t he C om plaint WI TN ES S my h an d an d se al of t hi s Co ur t on t he 22n d da y of Ju ne, 20 18. Jo hn A C ra wf or d Ci rc ui t and Co un ty C ou rt s By : E Mic hele Jo hns on De pu ty C le rk If y ou a re a p er so n wi th a di sa bilit y wh o need s an y ac co mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent itle d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov isio n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. Pl ea se c on ta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe aran ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. Ph on e( 904) 5484909 Fax( 904)548-4949 TT D/ TT YD ial 711 EMail c alew is @n as sa ucle rk .co m 2T 704-11-2018 #439056 IN TH E CIRC UIT COUR T OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA CI VIL AC TION Ca se #: 2018CA -000211 DI VISION: A We lls Far go B ank N at io na l As so ciat io n, a s Su cce sso r by Me rg er t o Wa chov ia B an k, Na ti on al A ss oc ia ti on Pl aint iff, -v s. Un kn ow n Su cc es so r Tr us te e of th e Billy J oe y So rr ells a nd L ea Ma ri e So rr ells J oi nt R ev oc able Tr us t Da te d Se pt em be r 19 2017; U nknow n B ene fi ciar ies of t he B illy J oe y So rr ells a nd Le a Ma ri e So rr ells J oi nt R ev oca bl e Tr us t Da te d Se pt em be r 19 2 017; U nkno w n Pa rt ie s in Po ss es si on #1, I f livin g, a nd all Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s clai mi ng b y, th ro ug h u nd er a nd again st th e ab ov e na me d De fe ndant (s) w ho a re n ot k no w n to be d ead or a live w hethe r sa id U nknow n Pa rt ie s ma y clai m an i nt eres t as S po us e, He irs D ev is ee s G ra nt ee s o r Ot he r Cl ai ma nts ; U nk no wn Pa rt ie s in P os se ss io n #2, I f living, a nd all Un kn ow n Pa rt ies cl ai mi ng by, t hr ou gh unde r an d ag ai ns t th e ab ov e na me d De fe ndan t( s) w ho ar e no t kn ow n to b e de ad or alive, whe th er said Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s ma y clai m an interes t as S po us e, H ei rs D ev is ee s, Gr an te es o r Ot he r Cl ai ma nt s De fend an t( s) NO TI CE O F AC TI ON FO RE CL OS UR E PR OC EE DI NG SPR OP ER TY TO : Un kn ow n Su cce ss or Tr us te e of t he B illy J oe y So rre lls an d Le a Ma ri e So rr ells Jo in t Re vo cabl e Tr us t Da te d Se pt embe r 19, 201 7: A DDR ES S UN KN OW N an d Un kn ow n B ene fi ciar ie s of t he B illy J oe y So rr ells a nd L ea M ar ie S or re lls Jo in t Re vo cabl e Tr us t Da te d Se pt embe r 19, 201 7: A DDR ES S UN KN OW N Re si denc e un kn ow n, if livin g, inc lu ding a ny u nk no wn sp ou se o f th e sa id D ef en da nt s, if ei th er h as r em ar ri ed an d if e it her o r bo th o f sa id De fe nd an ts a re d ead, t he ir re sp ec ti ve u nkno w n he ir s, d evisees g ra ntee s a ss igne es cr edit or s, lieno rs an d tr us te es an d al l ot her p er so ns c laimin g by t hr ou gh u nd er o r agains t th e na me d De fe nda nt (s ) ; a nd t he a fo re me nti on ed n am ed D ef en da nt (s ) an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no w n De fe ndan ts an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no w n De fe ndants as m ay b e in fa nt s, inc om pe t ent s or o t her wis e no t su i juri s. YO U AR E HE RE BY N OT IF IE D th at a n ac ti on h as b ee n co mm enc ed t o fo re cl os e a mo rt gage o n th e fo llowing re al p ro pe rt y, lyi ng a nd b ei ng an d si tu at ed in Na ss au C ou nty F lo ri da m or e pa rt icular ly de sc ri bed as fo llow s: TH E FO LL OW IN G RE AL PR OP ER TY S ITU AT E IN C OU NT Y OF N AS SA U, S TATE O F FL OR IDA DE SC RI BE D AS F OL LO WS: AL L TH AT C ER TAIN P IE CE PA RCE L OR T RA CT O F LA ND S IT UAT E L YI NG A ND B EI NG I N TH E CO UN TY O F NA SS AU A ND T HE ST AT E OF F LO RI DA B EI NG MORE P AR TI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS: PA RC EL 1 : A P OR TI ON O F SE CT IO N NINE ( 9) TO WN SH IP TH RE E (3 ) NO RT H, R AN GE TW EN TY -N IN E (29) E AS T, N AS SA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA SA ID PO RT IO N BE IN G MO RE P AR TI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS : FO R A PO IN T OF R EF ER EN CE S TA RT A T TH E SO UT HEA ST C OR NE R OF L OT S EVEN (7 ) F E RRE IR A' S RE PL AT O F FE RNAND IN A BE AC H, S EC TI ON TW O (2), P LA T BO OK 3 PAGE 54 O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS OF N A SSA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA ; R UN T HE NC E NO RT H 84 17' W ES T, A D ISTA NC E OF 100.00 F EE T T O TH E PO IN T OF BE GI NN ING. F RO M TH E PO IN T OF B EG IN NI NG R UN T HE NC E SO UT H 5' WES T A D IS TA NC E OF 3 0.00 F EE T ; T HE NC E NO RT H 84 17' WES T, A D IS TA NC E OF 1 00 .0 0 FE ET ; TH EN CE N OR TH 5 43' E AS T, A DI ST AN CE O F 30.00 F EE T; TH EN CE S OU TH 84 1 7' E AS T, A DI ST AN CE O F 100.00 F EE T T O TH E PO INT OF B EG IN NING PA RC EL 2 : TH AT C ER TAIN PI EC E P AR CE L OR T RA CT O F LA ND SI TU AT E, L YI NG A ND B EIN G IN T HE C IT Y OF F ERN AND INA B EA CH C OU NT Y OF N AS SA U) S TATE O F FL OR ID A, KN OW N AN D DE SC RI BE D AS : A PO RT IO N OF S EC TI ON 9 TO WN SH IP 3 N OR TH R ANG E 29 E AS T F ER NANDI NA BE AC H, NA SS AU C OU NT Y, F LO RI DA SA ID P OR TI ON B EI NG M OR E PA RT IC UL AR LY D ES CR IB ED A S FO LL OW S : B EG IN A T TH E SO UT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LO T 7 F E RRE IR A' S RE PL AT O F FE RNAND IN A BE AC H S EC TI ON 2 A CCO RD IN G TO P LA T RE CO RD ED I N PU BL IC RE CO RD S OF S AI D CO UN TY IN P LA T BO OK 2 PAGE 5 4; AN D RU N NO RT H 5 DE GR EE S 43 M IN UT ES E AS T AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF S AI D LO T 7, A DI ST AN CE O F 50. 0 FE ET T O TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F SA ID LO T 7 ; R UN T HE NC E NO RT H 84 DE GR EE S 17 M IN UT ES W ES T AL ON G TH E WE ST ER LY E XT EN SI ON O F TH E NO RT HE RL Y LI NE OF S AI D LO T 7 A D IS T ANC E OF 100.00 F EE T; R UN T HE NC E SO UT H 5 DE GR EE S 43 M IN UT ES WE ST A D ISTA NC E OF 50. 0 FE ET T O AN I RO N PI PE O N TH E WE ST ER LY E XT EN SI ON O F SO UT HE RL Y LI NE O F LO T 7, AF OR EM EN TI ON ED ; RU N TH EN CE S OU TH 84 DE GR EE S 17 MI NU TE S EA ST A LO NG S AI D EX TE NS IO N, A D ISTA NC E OF 100. 0 FE ET T O TH E PO IN T OF BE GI NN ING. PA RC EL 3 : T HE N OR TH ER LY 1/ 2 OF T HE P RO PE RT Y DE SC RI BE D AS : A P OR TI ON O F SE CT IO N NINE ( 9) TO WN SH IP TH RE E (3 ) NO RT H, R AN GE TW EN TY -N IN E (29) E AS T, N AS SA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA SA ID PO RT IO N BE IN G MO RE P AR TI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS : FO R A PO IN T OF B EGI NN IN G S TA RT A T TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LO T SI X (6), F ER RE IR A' S RE PL AT O F FE RN AN DI NA B EA CH S EC TI ON TW O (2), P LA T BO OK 3 PAGE 54, O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS OF N A SSA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA ; RU N TH EN CE N OR TH 5 D EGR EE S 43 M IN UT ES E AS T, A DI ST AN CE O F 60.00 F EE T; TH EN CE S OU TH 84 DE GR EE S 17 MI NU TE S EA ST A DI ST AN CE O F 100.00 F EE T; T HE NC E SO UT H 5 DE GR EE S 43 M IN UT ES W ES T A DI ST AN CE O F 60.00 F EE T; TH EN CE N OR TH 8 4 DE GR EES 17 M IN UT ES W ES T, A D ISTA NC E OF 100 .0 0 FE ET T O TH E PO IN T OF B EG IN NING PA RC EL I D : 09-3N 29-00000003-0040 P RO PE RT Y AD DR ES S : 1025 T AR PO N AV E mo re c om mo nl y kn ow n as 1021 N or th F le tc her A venue, Fe rn an dina B ea ch, F L 320 34 Th is a ct io n ha s been f iled agains t yo u an d yo u ar e re quir ed t o se rv e a co py o f yo ur w ri tte n de fe ns e i f an y, up on S HA PI RO F IS HM AN & GA CH, L LP A tt or ne ys f or Pl aint iff, w ho se a dd re ss i s 2424 N or th F ed er al H ighway Su it e 360 Bo ca R at on F L 33431, w it hi n th ir ty ( 30) d ay s af te r th e fi rs t publ ic at io n of th is n ot ic e and file t he o ri gi na l wit h t he cler k of t hi s Co ur t ei t her b ef or e se rv ic e on P lainti ff' s at to rn ey o r im me diat el y t her e af ter ; o th er wis e a de fa ul t will b e entered a gain st yo u fo r th e re lie f de ma nded in t he C om plaint WI TN ES S my h an d an d se al of t hi s Co ur t on t he 22n d da y of Ju ne, 20 18. Jo hn A C ra wfo rd Ci rc ui t and Co un ty C ou rt s By : E Mic hele Jo hns on De pu ty C le rk If y ou a re a p er so n wit h a di sa bilit y w ho n ee ds a ny a cco mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent itle d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov isio n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. Pl ea se c on ta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on i f th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe aran ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. Ph on e( 904) 5484909 Fax( 904)548-4949 TT D/ TT YD ial 711 EMail c alew is @n as sa ucle rk .co m 2T 704-11-2018 #438896 IN TH E CIRC UIT COUR T OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA CI VIL AC TION Ca se #: 2018CA -000211 DI VISION: A Wells Far go B ank N at io na l As so ciat io n, a s Su cce sso r by Me rg er t o Wa chov ia B an k, Na ti on al A ss oc ia ti on Pl aint iff, -v s. Un kn ow n Su cc es so r Tr us te e of th e Billy J oe y So rr ells a nd L ea Ma ri e So rr ells J oi nt R ev oc able Tr us t Da te d Se pt em be r 19 2017; U nknow n B ene fi ciar ies of t he B illy J oe y So rr ells a nd Le a Ma ri e So rr ells J oi nt R ev oca bl e Tr us t Da te d Se pt em be r 19 2 017; U nkno w n Pa rt ie s in Po ss es si on #1, I f livin g, a nd all Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s clai mi ng b y, th ro ug h u nd er a nd again st th e ab ov e na me d De fe ndant (s) w ho a re n ot k no w n to be d ead or a live w hethe r sa id U nknow n Pa rt ie s ma y clai m an i nt eres t as S po us e, He irs D ev is ee s G ra nt ee s o r Ot he r Cl ai ma nts ; U nk no wn Pa rt ie s in P os se ss io n #2, I f living, a nd all Un kn ow n Pa rt ies cl ai mi ng by, t hr ou gh unde r an d ag ai ns t th e ab ov e na me d De fe ndan t( s) w ho ar e no t kn ow n to b e de ad or alive, whe th er said Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s ma y clai m an i nteres t as S po us e, H ei rs D ev is ee s, Gr an te es o r Ot he r Cl ai ma nt s De fend an t( s) NO TI CE O F AC TI ON FO RE CL OS UR E PR OC EE DI NG SPR OP ER TY TO : Un kn ow n Su cce ss or Tr us te e of t he B illy J oe y So rre lls an d Le a Ma ri e So rr ells Jo in t Re vo cabl e Tr us t Da te d Se pt embe r 19, 201 7: A DDR ES S UN KN OW N an d Un kn ow n B ene fi ciar ie s of t he B illy J oe y So rr ells a nd L ea M ar ie S or re lls Jo in t Re vo cabl e Tr us t Da te d Se pt embe r 19, 201 7: A DDR ES S UN KN OW N Re si denc e un kn ow n, if livin g, inc lu ding a ny u nk no wn sp ou se o f th e sa id D ef en da nt s, if ei th er h as r em ar ri ed an d if e it her o r bo th o f sa id De fe nd an ts a re d ead, t he ir re sp ec ti ve u nkno w n he ir s, d evis ees g ra ntee s a ss igne es cr edit or s, lieno rs an d tr us te es an d al l ot her p er so ns c laimin g by t hr ou gh u nd er o r agains t th e na me d De fe nda nt (s ) ; a nd t he a fo re me nti on ed n am ed D ef en da nt (s ) an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no w n De fe ndan ts an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no w n De fe ndan ts as m ay b e in fa nt s, inc om pe t ent s or o t her wis e no t su i juri s. YO U AR E HE RE BY N OT IF IE D th at a n ac ti on h as b ee n co mm enc ed t o fo re cl os e a mo rt gage o n th e fo llowing re al p ro pe rt y, lyi ng a nd b ei ng an d si tu at ed in Na ss au C ou nty F lo ri da m or e pa rt icular ly de sc ri bed as fo llow s: TH E FO LL OW IN G RE AL PR OP ER TY S ITU AT E IN C OU NT Y OF N AS SA U, S TATE O F FL OR IDA DE SC RI BE D AS F OL LO WS : AL L TH AT C ER TAIN P IE CE PA RCE L OR T RA CT O F LA ND S IT UAT E L YI NG A ND B EI NG I N TH E CO UN TY O F NA SS AU A ND T HE ST AT E OF F LO RI DA B EI NG MORE P AR TI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS: PA RC EL 1 : A P OR TI ON O F SE CT IO N NINE ( 9) TO WN SH IP TH RE E (3 ) NO RT H, R AN GE TW EN TY -N IN E (29) E AS T, N AS SA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA SA ID PO RT IO N BE IN G MO RE P AR TI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS : FO R A PO IN T OF R EF ER EN CE S TA RT A T TH E SO UT HEA ST C OR NE R OF L OT S EVEN (7 ) F E RRE IR A' S RE PL AT O F FE RNA ND IN A BE AC H, S EC TI ON TW O (2), P LA T BO OK 3 PA GE 54 O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS OF N A SSA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA ; R UN T HE NC E NO RT H 84 17' WES T, A D ISTA NC E OF 100.00 F EE T T O TH E PO IN T OF BE GI NN ING. F RO M TH E PO IN T OF B EG IN NI NG R UN T HE NC E SO UT H 5' WES T A D IS TA NC E OF 3 0.00 F EE T ; T HE NC E NO RT H 84 17' WES T, A D IS TA NC E OF 1 00 .0 0 FE ET ; TH EN CE N OR TH 5 43' E AS T, A DI ST AN CE O F 30.00 F EE T; TH EN CE S OU TH 84 1 7' E AS T, A DI ST AN CE O F 100.00 F EE T T O TH E PO INT OF B EG IN NING PA RC EL 2 : TH AT C ER TAIN PI EC E P AR CE L OR T RA CT O F LA ND SI TU AT E, L YI NG A ND B EIN G IN T HE C IT Y OF F ERN AND INA B EA CH C OU NT Y OF N AS SA U) S TATE O F FL OR ID A, KN OW N AN D DE SC RI BE D AS : A PO RT IO N OF S EC TI ON 9 TO WN SH IP 3 N OR TH R ANG E 29 E AS T F ER NANDI NA BE AC H, NA SS AU C OU NT Y, F LO RI DA SA ID P OR TI ON B EI NG M OR E PA RT IC UL AR LY D ES CR IB ED A S FO LL OW S : B EG IN A T TH E SO UT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LO T 7 F E RRE IR A' S RE PL AT O F FE RNA ND IN A BE AC H S EC TI ON 2 A CCO RD IN G TO P LA T RE CO RD ED I N PU BL IC RE CO RD S OF S AI D CO UN TY IN P LA T BO OK 2 PAGE 5 4; AN D RU N NO RT H 5 DE GR EE S 43 M IN UT ES E AS T AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF S AI D LO T 7, A DI ST AN CE O F 50. 0 FE ET T O TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F SA ID LO T 7 ; R UN T HE NC E NO RT H 84 DE GR EE S 17 M IN UT ES WES T AL ON G TH E WE ST ER LY E XT EN SI ON O F TH E NO RT HE RL Y LI NE OF S AI D LO T 7 A D IS T ANC E OF 100.00 F EE T; R UN T HE NC E SO UT H 5 DE GR EE S 43 M IN UT ES WE ST A D ISTA NC E OF 50. 0 FE ET T O AN I RO N PI PE O N TH E WE ST ER LY E XT EN SI ON O F SO UT HE RL Y LI NE O F LO T 7, AF OR EM EN TI ON ED ; RU N TH EN CE S OU TH 84 DE GR EE S 17 MI NU TE S EA ST A LO NG S AI D EX TE NS IO N, A D ISTA NC E OF 100. 0 FE ET T O TH E PO IN T OF BE GI NN ING. PA RC EL 3 : T HE N OR TH ER LY 1/ 2 OF T HE P RO PE RT Y DE SC RI BE D AS : A P OR TI ON O F SE CT IO N NINE ( 9) TO WN SH IP TH RE E (3 ) NO RT H, R AN GE TW EN TY -N IN E (29) E AS T, N AS SA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA SA ID PO RT IO N BE IN G MO RE P AR TI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS : FO R A PO IN T OF B EGI NN IN G S TA RT A T TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LO T SI X (6), F ER RE IR A' S RE PL AT O F FE RN AN DI NA B EA CH S EC TI ON TW O (2), P LA T BO OK 3 PA GE 54, O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS OF N A SSA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA ; RU N TH EN CE N OR TH 5 D EGR EE S 43 M IN UT ES E AS T, A DI ST AN CE O F 60.00 F EE T; TH EN CE S OU TH 84 DE GR EE S 17 MI NU TE S EA ST A DI ST AN CE O F 100.00 F EE T; T HE NC E SO UT H 5 DE GR EE S 43 M IN UT ES W ES T A DI ST AN CE O F 60.00 F EE T; TH EN CE N OR TH 8 4 DE GR EES 17 M IN UT ES WES T, A D ISTA NC E OF 100 .0 0 FE ET T O TH E PO IN T OF B EG IN NING PA RC EL I D : 09-3N 29-000000030040 P RO PE RT Y AD DR ES S : 1025 T AR PO N AV E mo re c om mo nl y kn ow n as 1021 N or th F le tc her A venue, Fe rn an dina B ea ch, F L 320 34 Th is a ct io n ha s been f iled agains t yo u an d yo u ar e re quir ed t o se rv e a co py o f yo ur w ri tte n de fe ns e i f an y, up on S HA PI RO F IS HM AN & GA CH, L LP A tt or ne ys f or Pl aint iff, w ho se a dd re ss i s 2424 N or th F ed er al H ighway Su it e 360 Bo ca R at on F L 33431, w it hi n th ir ty ( 30) d ay s af te r th e fi rs t publ ic at io n of th is n ot ic e and file t he o ri gi na l wit h t he cler k of t hi s Co ur t ei t her b ef or e se rv ic e on P lainti ff' s at to rn ey o r im me diat el y t her e af ter ; o th er wis e a de fa ul t will b e entered a gain st yo u fo r th e re lie f de ma nd ed in t he C om plaint WI TN ES S my h an d an d se al of t hi s Co ur t on t he 22n d da y of Ju ne, 20 18. Jo hn A C ra wfo rd Ci rc ui t and Co un ty C ou rt s By : E Mic hele Jo hns on De pu ty C le rk If y ou a re a p er so n wit h a di sa bilit y w ho n ee ds a ny a cco mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent itle d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov isio n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. Pl ea se c on ta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe aran ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. Ph on e( 904) 5484909 Fax( 904)548-4949 TT D/ TT YD ial 711 EMail c alew is @n as sa ucle rk .co m 2T 704-11-2018 #438896 IN TH E CIRC UIT COUR T OF THE FOUR TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT IN A ND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA CI VIL AC TION Ca se #: 2018CA -000211 DI VISION: A Wells Far go B ank N at io na l As so ciat io n, a s Su cce sso r by Me rg er t o Wa chov ia B an k, Na ti on al A ss oc ia ti on Pl aint iff, -v s. Un kn ow n Su cc es so r Tr us te e of th e Billy J oe y So rr ells a nd L ea Ma ri e So rr ells J oi nt R ev oc able Tr us t Da te d Se pt em be r 19 2017; U nknow n B ene fi ciar ies of t he B illy J oe y So rr ells a nd Le a Ma ri e So rr ells J oi nt R ev oca bl e Tr us t Da te d Se pt em be r 19 2 017; U nkno w n Pa rt ie s in Po ss es si on #1, I f livin g, a nd all Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s clai mi ng b y, th ro ug h u nd er a nd again st th e ab ov e na me d De fe ndant (s) w ho a re n ot k no w n to be d ead or a live w hethe r sa id U nknow n Pa rt ie s ma y clai m an i nt eres t as S po us e, He irs D ev is ee s G ra nt ee s o r Ot he r Cl ai ma nts ; U nk no wn Pa rt ie s in P os se ss io n #2, I f living, a nd all Un kn ow n Pa rt ies cl ai mi ng by, t hr ou gh unde r an d ag ai ns t th e ab ov e na me d De fe ndan t( s) w ho ar e no t kn ow n to b e de ad or alive, whe th er said Un kn ow n Pa rt ie s ma y clai m an i nteres t as S po us e, H ei rs D ev is ee s, Gr an te es o r Ot he r Cl ai ma nt s De fend an t( s) NO TI CE O F AC TI ON FO RE CL OS UR E PR OC EE DI NG SPR OP ER TY TO : Un kn ow n Su cce ss or Tr us te e of t he B illy J oe y So rre lls an d Le a Ma ri e So rr ells Jo in t Re vo cabl e Tr us t Da te d Se pt embe r 19, 201 7: A DDR ES S UN KN OW N an d Un kn ow n B ene fi ciar ie s of t he B illy J oe y So rr ells a nd L ea M ar ie S or re lls Jo in t Re vo cabl e Tr us t Da te d Se pt embe r 19, 201 7: A DDR ES S UN KN OW N Re si denc e un kn ow n, if livin g, inc lu ding a ny u nk no wn sp ou se o f th e sa id D ef en da nt s, if ei th er h as r em ar ri ed an d if e it her o r bo th o f sa id De fe nd an ts a re d ead, t he ir re sp ec ti ve u nkno w n he ir s, d evisees g ra ntee s a ss igne es cr edit or s, lieno rs an d tr us te es an d al l ot her p er so ns c laimin g by t hr ou gh u nd er o r agains t th e na me d De fe nda nt (s ) ; a nd t he a fo re me nti on ed n am ed D ef en da nt (s ) an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no w n De fe ndan ts an d su ch o f th e af or em en ti on ed u nk no w n De fe ndants as m ay b e in fa nt s, inc om pe t ent s or o t her wis e no t su i juri s. YO U AR E HE RE BY N OT IF IE D th at a n ac ti on h as b ee n co mm enc ed t o fo re cl os e a mo rt gage o n th e fo llowing re al p ro pe rt y, lyi ng a nd b ei ng an d si tu at ed in Na ss au C ou nty F lo ri da m or e pa rt icular ly de sc ri bed as fo llow s: TH E FO LL OW IN G RE AL PR OP ER TY S ITU AT E IN C OU NT Y OF N AS SA U, S TATE O F FL OR IDA DE SC RI BE D AS F OL LO WS: AL L TH AT C ER TAIN P IE CE PA RCE L OR T RA CT O F LA ND S IT UAT E L YI NG A ND B EI NG I N TH E CO UN TY O F NA SS AU A ND T HE ST AT E OF F LO RI DA B EI NG MORE P AR TI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS: PA RC EL 1 : A P OR TI ON O F SE CT IO N NINE ( 9) TO WN SH IP TH RE E (3 ) NO RT H, R AN GE TW EN TY -N IN E (29) E AS T, N AS SA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA SA ID PO RT IO N BE IN G MO RE P AR TI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS : FO R A PO IN T OF R EF ER EN CE S TA RT A T TH E SO UT HEA ST C OR NE R OF L OT S EVEN (7 ) F E RRE IR A' S RE PL AT O F FE RNAND IN A BE AC H, S EC TI ON TW O (2), P LA T BO OK 3 PAGE 54 O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS OF N A SSA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA ; R UN T HE NC E NO RT H 84 17' W ES T, A D ISTA NC E OF 100.00 F EE T T O TH E PO IN T OF BE GI NN ING. F RO M TH E PO IN T OF B EG IN NI NG R UN T HE NC E SO UT H 5' WES T A D IS TA NC E OF 3 0.00 F EE T ; T HE NC E NO RT H 84 17' WES T, A D IS TA NC E OF 1 00 .0 0 FE ET ; TH EN CE N OR TH 5 43' E AS T, A DI ST AN CE O F 30.00 F EE T; TH EN CE S OU TH 84 1 7' E AS T, A DI ST AN CE O F 100.00 F EE T T O TH E PO INT OF B EG IN NING PA RC EL 2 : TH AT C ER TAIN PI EC E P AR CE L OR T RA CT O F LA ND SI TU AT E, L YI NG A ND B EIN G IN T HE C IT Y OF F ERN AND INA B EA CH C OU NT Y OF N AS SA U) S TATE O F FL OR ID A, KN OW N AN D DE SC RI BE D AS : A PO RT IO N OF S EC TI ON 9 TO WN SH IP 3 N OR TH R ANG E 29 E AS T F ER NANDI NA BE AC H, NA SS AU C OU NT Y, F LO RI DA SA ID P OR TI ON B EI NG M OR E PA RT IC UL AR LY D ES CR IB ED A S FO LL OW S : B EG IN A T TH E SO UT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LO T 7 F E RRE IR A' S RE PL AT O F FE RNAND IN A BE AC H S EC TI ON 2 A CCO RD IN G TO P LA T RE CO RD ED I N PU BL IC RE CO RD S OF S AI D CO UN TY IN P LA T BO OK 2 PAGE 5 4; AN D RU N NO RT H 5 DE GR EE S 43 M IN UT ES E AS T AL ON G TH E WE ST L IN E OF S AI D LO T 7, A DI ST AN CE O F 50. 0 FE ET T O TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F SA ID LO T 7 ; R UN T HE NC E NO RT H 84 DE GR EE S 17 M IN UT ES W ES T AL ON G TH E WE ST ER LY E XT EN SI ON O F TH E NO RT HE RL Y LI NE OF S AI D LO T 7 A D IS T ANC E OF 100.00 F EE T; R UN T HE NC E SO UT H 5 DE GR EE S 43 M IN UT ES WE ST A D ISTA NC E OF 50. 0 FE ET T O AN I RO N PI PE O N TH E WE ST ER LY E XT EN SI ON O F SO UT HE RL Y LI NE O F LO T 7, AF OR EM EN TI ON ED ; RU N TH EN CE S OU TH 84 DE GR EE S 17 MI NU TE S EA ST A LO NG S AI D EX TE NS IO N, A D ISTA NC E OF 100. 0 FE ET T O TH E PO IN T OF BE GI NN ING. PA RC EL 3 : T HE N OR TH ER LY 1/ 2 OF T HE P RO PE RT Y DE SC RI BE D AS : A P OR TI ON O F SE CT IO N NINE ( 9) TO WN SH IP TH RE E (3 ) NO RT H, R AN GE TW EN TY -N IN E (29) E AS T, N AS SA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA SA ID PO RT IO N BE IN G MO RE P AR TI CU LA RL Y DE SC RI BE D AS FOL LO WS : FO R A PO IN T OF B EGI NN IN G S TA RT A T TH E NO RT HW ES T CO RN ER O F LO T SI X (6), F ER RE IR A' S RE PL AT O F FE RN AN DI NA B EA CH S EC TI ON TW O (2), P LA T BO OK 3 PAGE 54, O F TH E PU BL IC R EC OR DS OF N A SSA U CO UN TY F LO RI DA ; RU N TH EN CE N OR TH 5 D EGR EE S 43 M IN UT ES E AS T, A DI ST AN CE O F 60.00 F EE T; TH EN CE S OU TH 84 DE GR EE S 17 MI NU TE S EA ST A DI ST AN CE O F 100.00 F EE T; T HE NC E SO UT H 5 DE GR EE S 43 M IN UT ES W ES T A DI ST AN CE O F 60.00 F EE T; TH EN CE N OR TH 8 4 DE GR EES 17 M IN UT ES W ES T, A D ISTA NC E OF 100 .0 0 FE ET T O TH E PO IN T OF B EG IN NING PA RC EL I D : 09-3N 29-00000003-0040 P RO PE RT Y AD DR ES S : 1025 T AR PO N AV E mo re c om mo nl y kn ow n as 1021 N or th F le tc her A venue, Fe rn an dina B ea ch, F L 320 34 Th is a ct io n ha s been f iled agains t yo u an d yo u ar e re quir ed t o se rv e a co py o f yo ur w ri tte n de fe ns e i f an y, up on S HA PI RO F IS HM AN & GA CH, L LP A tt or ne ys f or Pl aint iff, w ho se a dd re ss i s 2424 N or th F ed er al H ighway Su it e 360 Bo ca R at on F L 33431, w it hi n th ir ty ( 30) d ay s af te r th e fi rs t publ ic at io n of th is n ot ic e and file t he o ri gi na l wit h t he cler k of t hi s Co ur t ei t her b ef or e se rv ic e on P lainti ff' s at to rn ey o r im me diat el y t her e af ter ; o th er wis e a de fa ul t will b e entered a gain st yo u fo r th e re lie f de ma nded in t he C om plaint WI TN ES S my h an d an d se al of t hi s Co ur t on t he 22n d da y of Ju ne, 20 18. Jo hn A C ra wfo rd Ci rc ui t and Co un ty C ou rt s By : E Mic hele Jo hns on De pu ty C le rk If y ou a re a p er so n wit h a di sa bilit y w ho n ee ds a ny a cco mm od at io n in o rd er t o pa rti cipa te in th is p ro ce ed ing, yo u ar e ent itle d, a t no c os t to yo u, t o th e pr ov isio n of c er ta in a ss is ta nce. Pl ea se c on ta ct t he A DA C oo rd inat or a t (9 04) 548460 0 pr es s 0, a t le as t 7 da ys b ef or e yo ur sch ed ul ed co ur t appear ance o r im me diat el y up on r ecei vi ng t hi s no ti fi ca ti on if th e ti me b ef or e th e sc hed ul ed appe aran ce i s le ss t ha n 7 da ys ; i f yo u ar e he ar in g or v oi ce imp ai re d, call 711. Ph on e( 904) 5484909 Fax( 904)548-4949 TT D/ TT YD ial 711 EMail c alew is @n as sa ucle rk .co m 2T 704-11-2018 #438896 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CI RC UIT, IN AND FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA CA SE NO 2012CA 000170 BA NK O F AM ER IC A, NA TI ON AL A SS OC IATI ON Pl aint iff, vs LA UR A M. 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WI TN ES S my h and a nd t he se al o f th is C ou rt t hi s 26t h day of Ju ne, 20 18. JO HN A C RA WF OR D As C le rk o f th e Co ur t By : E Mic hele Jo hns on As D eput y Cl er k 2T 704-11-2018 #439119 IN THE CI RC UI T COUR T FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORIDA PROBAT E DI VISION Di vi sion: Probat e File No 45 -2018CP -231 RE : E ST AT E OF KE NNE TH W. K IL CH EN ST EI N 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 Ke nnet h W. Kilc hen st ei n d ec ea se d, w ho se d at e of d eath w as A pr il 2 6 2018, i s pe ndin g in t he C ir cuit C ou rt fo r NA SS AU C ou nt y, F lor ida, 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, S ui te 456, Y ul ee F lor id a 32097. Th e na me s an d ad dr es se s of t he p er so nal r ep re s ent at iv e an d th e pe rs on al re pr esent at iv e' s at to r ney a re se t fo rt h bel ow Al l c re di to 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 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 fil e th ei r clai ms w it h th is c ou rt 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 lai ms o r de ma nd s agains t de cede nt 's e st at e mu st f ile th ei r clai ms w it h th is 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 rs t pu bl ic ati on o f th is n ot ic e is J ul y 4, 2018. At to r ney f or P er so nal Re pr es en ta ti ve : D C ra ig C alley E sq At to r ney Fl or ida Ba r Nu mb er : 0990991 Da vi d Cr aig Call ey P.A 2518 Pa rk S tr eet Jack so nv ille, Fl or ida 32204 Te lephone : (904) 3884567 Fax: ( 904) 3883887 EMail: ccall ey @c alley law .c om Se condar y EMail: N /A Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at iv e: Co ns ta nce Bu ch anan 1900 S. W. B ri m St r eet La ke C ity F lor ida 32024 2T 704-11-2018 #439177 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORID A PROBAT E DI VISION Di vi sion PR File No. 18CP -0 00 222 IN R E : E ST AT E OF LE SL IE T L AV IN O 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 Le slie T L avin o, d ece as ed w ho se dat e of d ea th wa s Ju ne 1 1, 2018, is pendin g in t he C ir cuit C ou rt f or N a ssa u Co un ty F lo ri da P ro ba te D iv isi on t he a ddr es s of w hich i s 76347 V et er an s Wa y Su it e 456, Y ulee, F lo ri da 32097. T he na me s an d addr es se s of t he 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 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 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 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 on o f th is n ot ic e is J ul y 4, 2018. At to r ney f or P er so na l Repr es ent at ive: W. R ob in so n Fr az ier Fl or ida Ba r No 218537 Fr az ier & F ra zi er 1515 Ri ve rs ide Av enue, Su it e A Jack so nv ille, Flo ri da 32204 Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at iv e: Ed wa rd T L avin o 4139 N Har va rd A ve nu e Ar lin gt on H ei gh ts I L 60004 2T 704-11-2018 #439221 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T FOR NA SSAU COUN TY FLORID A PROBAT E DI VISION Di vi sion PR File No. 18CP -0 00 222 IN R E : E ST AT E OF LE SL IE T L AV IN O 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 Le slie T L avin o, d ece as ed w ho se dat e of d ea th wa s Ju ne 1 1, 2018, is pendin g in t he C ir cuit C ou rt f or N a ssa u Co un ty F lo ri da P ro ba te D ivisi on t he a ddr es s of w hich is 76347 V et er an s Wa y Su ite 456, Y ulee, F lo ri da 32097. T he na me s an d addr es se s of t he 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 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 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 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 on o f th is n ot ic e is J ul y 4, 2018. At to r ney f or P er so na l Repr es ent at ive: W. R ob in so n Fr az ier Fl or ida Ba r No 218537 Fr az ier & F ra zi er 1515 Ri ve rs ide Av enue, Su it e A Jack so nv ille, Flo ri da 32204 Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at iv e: Ed wa rd T L avin o 4139 N Har va rd A ve nu e Ar lin gt on H ei gh ts I L 60004 2T 704-11-2018 #439221 IN THE CI RC UIT COUR T FOR NA SSAU CO UN TY FLORID A PROB AT E DI VISION Division B File No. 2018CP -188 IN R E : E ST AT E OF JA ME S SN OW M UR PH Y De ceas ed NO TIC E TO C RE DI TO RS (Sum ma ry A dm ini st ra ti on ) TO A LL P ER SO NS H AV IN G CL AI MS O R DE MA ND S AG AINS T TH E AB OV E ES TATE : Yo u ar e hereb y no ti fi ed th at a n Or de r of S um ma ry Ad mi ni st ra ti on h as b ee n ente re d in th e es ta te o f Ja me s Sn ow M ur ph y, d ec ea se d Fi le Nu mb er 201 8CP -1 88 b y th e Ci rc ui t Co ur t fo r Na ss au Co un ty Flor ida P ro ba te D ivi si on t he a ddr es s of w hich i s 76347 V et er an s Wa y, Y ulee FL 3 2 097 t ha t th e dece dent 's da te o f de at h wa s Ma y 1, 2018; t ha t th e tota l valu e of th e es ta te is $8,408.00 w hi ch ex cludes t he v al ue o f exem pt pr op er ty a nd t ha t th e name s an d ad dr e sse s of t ho se t o wh om it ha s be en a ssi gn ed by s uc h or de r ar e: Na me Ca ndac e Do wn ing T ru st ee of t he Jam es a nd E di th Mu rp hy Family T ru st da te d Au gu st 8, 199 0 A ddr es s 209 In du st ri al Blvd Mo or e, O K 731 60 AL L IN TE RE ST ED P ER SO NS A RE NO TI FI ED T HA T: Al l cr ed ito rs o f th e es ta te of t he d ec ed ent a nd p er so ns ha vi ng c lai ms o r de ma nd s agains t th e es ta te o f th e de cede nt o th er t ha n th os e fo r wh om p ro visi on f or f ul l pa ym en t wa s ma de in th e Or de r of S um ma ry A dm ini st ra ti on m us t file t hei r clai ms w i th th is cour t WITHIN T HE T IM E PE RI OD S SE T FO RT H IN F LO RI DA ST AT UT ES S EC TI ON 733 .7 02 AL L CL AI MS AND D EM AN DS NO T SO F IL ED WIL L BE F OR EV ER B A RRE D. NO TW IT HS TA ND IN G ANY O TH ER A PP LI CA BL E TI ME P ER IO D A NY C LA IM FI LE D TW O (2 ) YE AR S OR MORE A FT ER T HE D ECEDEN T' S DA TE OF DE AT H IS B A RRE D. Th e da te o f fi rs t publica ti on o f th is No ti ce is July 4, 201 8. At to r ney f or P er so n Givi ng No ti ce Te re sa L P ri nc e At to r ney Fl or ida B ar N umbe r: To ma ss et ti & P ri nc e 406 As h St re et Fe rn an dina B ea ch, FL 3203 4 Te le ph on e: ( 904) 2611833 Fax: ( 904) 2120350 EMail: i nf o@ tp isl andlaw .c om Se condar y EMail: tp ri nc e@ tp isl andlaw .c om Pe rs on Givi ng N ot ice : Ca ndac e Do wn ing Tr us te e an d Pe ti ti on er 209 In du st ri al Blvd Mo or e, O kl ah om a 731 60 2T 704-11-2018 #439149 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 -214 DI VISION : B IN R E : T he Es ta te O f: BE NJ AM IN C S OF GE 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 BE NJAM IN C SO FG E, d ec ea se d, F ile N um be r 18CP 214 i s pe nd in g in th e Ci rc ui t Co ur t fo r Na ssa u Co un ty F lo ri da P ro ba te D iv isi on t he a ddr es s of w hich i s 76347 V et er an s Wa y, Y ulee Fl or id a 320 97 T he n am es a nd addr es se s of t he p er so 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 or ne y ar e se t fo rt h 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 ce dent 's e st at e, i ncludin g un ma tu re d, c on ti nge nt o r un liq uida te d clai ms on w ho m a copy o f th is n oti ce is se rv ed m us t file t he ir clai ms w it h th is c ourt WIT HI N TH E LA TE R OF 3 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 OR 3 0 DA YS A FT ER T HE D AT E OF S ER VI CE O F A CO PY O F TH IS N OT IC E ON T HE M. Al l ot he r cr edit or s of t he de cede nt a nd p er so ns h av in g clai ms 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 m us t file 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 A LL CL AI MS N OT F IL ED N OT 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 ST AT UT ES S EC TI ON 733 .7 02 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, 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 on o f th is N ot ic e is J un e 27, 2018. CL YD E W. D AV IS At to r ney f or Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at ive Fl or ida Ba r No 277266 Da vi s, 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, Flo ri da 32034 Te le ph on e: ( 904) 2612848 JO SE PH T SO FG E Pe rs on al R ep re se nt at ive 2T 627 & 704-2018 #437077 No tice is hereb y given to th e following p ersons at th e la st known ad dress of: Ge o ffr ey J. F ow ler 96274 Bl ac kr oc k Rd Yu le e, F L 320 97 Ad am T F ro st 66040 Io na P l Yu le e, F L 320 97 Mich ael W. Hen ry 85033 Au sm us A ve Yu le e, F L 320 97 As ht on N Jad oo 44061 Mapl ew oo d Ct Ca llahan, F L 32011 Ju st in J. McL ea n 85610 Bl ac km on R d Yu le e, F L 320 97 Fr eida P. W en ze l 1005 S 14t h St U ni t D Fe rn an dina B ea ch, F L 320 34 Pu rs uant t o Se ct io n 98.075, Fl or id a St at ut es yo u ar e her eby n ot ifie d th at n ot ic e wa s publis hed o n Ma y 23, 201 8 an d Ma y 24 2018 t ha t yo u we re p ot en ti ally inelig ible t o be r eg is te re d to v ot e. F ailu re to r es po nd w it hi n th ir ty ( 30 ) da ys a ft er t ha t no ti ce w as publis hed r es ul te d in a d et er mi na ti on o f ineligibilit y by t he Na ss au C ou nt y Su pe rv is or o f El ec ti on s an d re mo val of y ou r na me as an act iv e vo te r fr om th e st at ew id e vo te r re gi st ra ti on s ys te m. Pl ea se c on ta ct th e Su pe rv is or t o re ceiv e in fo rm at io n re ga rd in g th e ba si s fo r ineligibilit y an d th e pr oc edu re t o re so lv e th is m at te r, an d if a ddi ti on al a ss is ta nc e is n eeded Vi ck i P. C anno n Na ss au C ou nt y Su pe rv is or o f El ec ti on s 96135 Na ss au Place, S ui te 3 Yu le e, Flo ri da 32097 T el ephone 904 .4 91 .7 50 0 To ll Fr ee 1.8 66 .260.430 1 Em ail: qu es ti on s@vo t ena ssa u. co m 1T 704-201 8 #438840 NO TI CE OF PUBLIC MEETING Th e So ut h Ame lia I sl an d Sh or e St abiliz at io n As so ci ati on In c. w ill h ol d an E xecu ti ve C om mi tt ee M ee ti ng o n Jul y 5, 2018, a t 1:30p.m i n th e Am elia I sl an d Ma na ge m ent C on fe re nc e R oom 5440 F ir st C oa st H wy A me lia Is la nd Fl or ida P er so ns w it h di sa bilitie s re quir in g acco mmo da ti on s in o rd er t o pa rt icipa te in th is p ro gr am o r ac ti vi ty s ho ul d call 9042 77-512 3 at le as t 24 h ou rs in advanc e to re ques t su ch a cco mm od ati on 2T 627 & 704-2018 #437787 NO TI CE OF PUBLIC HEA RI NG TO CO NSIDER THE AD OPTION OF THE FISC AL YE AR 2018/2019 BU DG ET S; A ND NO TI CE OF REGULA R BO AR D OF SUPERVISORS MEETING. Th e Bo ar d of S uper vi so rs ( Bo ar d ) of t he R iver G le n Co mm unit y De ve lo pm en t Di st ri ct ( D is tr ic t ) will h ol d a public h ea ri ng o n Ju ly 19, 2018 a t 12: 30 p .m a t th e Ri ver G le n Am en it y Ce nt er l oca te d at 6 5 084 R iv er G le n Pa rk wa y Yu lee, F L 32097 f or th e pu rp os e of h ea ri ng c om m ent s an d ob je ct io ns o n th e ad op ti on o f th e pr op os ed bud ge ts ( P ro po se d Budget ) of t he D is tr ic t fo r th e fi sc al ye ar b eg inni ng O ct ob er 1 2018 a nd end in g Se pt em ber 30, 2019 ( F is ca l Ye ar 2018/2019 ). 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P ag e Go ve rn me nt al Co mp lex, 9 6135 N as sa u Pl ace Y ulee, F lo ri da i nt en ds to c on si de r fo r ad op ti on t he fo llo wi ng p ro po se d or di na nce: OR DI NANC E 2 018____ AN O RD I NAN CE O F BO AR D OF C OU NT Y CO MMI SSI ON ER S OF N AS SA U CO UN TY FL OR ID A, A ME ND IN G OR DI NANC E NO 76-10, A S AM EN DE D S PE CI FI CA LL Y AM EN DI NG S EC TI ON 2 (2), SP EC IFIC AL LY H OU RS O F CA MP IN G IN B EA CHFR ON T PA RK S A ME ND ING SE CT ION 2 (3 ), S PE CI FI CA LL Y HO UR S OF PA RK IN G MO TO R VE HI CL ES CA MP ER S AN D TR UC K TR AC TO RS I N BE AC HFRO NT P AR KS AN D AM EN DI NG S EC TI ON 3 (2 ), S PE CI FI CA LL Y LI ST IN G BE AC HFRO NT P AR KS A ND CH AN GI NG T HE H OU RS F OR PA RK IN G; P RO VI DI NG F OR A N E FFE CT IV E DA TE Co pies o f th e Or di na nc e ar e availabl e at t he C le rk 's O ffi ce a t t he Robe rt M F os te r Ju st ic e C enter l oc at ed a t 76347 V et er an s Wa y, Y ulee Fl or ida, M on da y th ro ug h Fr iday 8 :3 0 a. m. t hr ou gh 5 :0 0 p.m ., e xc ep t le gal ho liday s. TH E PU BL IC I S IN VI TE D TO B E PR ESEN T AN D BE H EA RD I F A PE RS ON D EC ID ES T O AP PE AL 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 O R SH E WI LL N EE D A RE CO RD O F TH E PR OC EED IN GS AN D TH AT FO R SU CH PU RP OS E H E OR S HE M AY NE ED T O EN SU RE T HA T A VE RBA TI M RE CO RD O F TH E PR OC EED IN GS I S MA DE W HI CH 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. T he Bo ar d of C ou nt y Co mmi ss io ne rs m ay c on ti nu e he ar in gs o n th is m at te r. 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