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Weekend Edition February 22, 2008



Vol. 45, No. 71 Serving the communities of Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach, Mayport and Ponte Vedra Beach since 1963
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A lunar eclipse was visible
from the Beaches on
Wednesday night.It was the
result of a perfect alignment of
the sun, earth and the moon,
according to meteorologists,
and will not be seen again for
three years.


NB center

gets grant

for upgrade
A state grant of $91,884 has
been awarded to the Neptune
Beach Senior Activity Center
for capital improvements,
according to officials with the
Department of Elder Affairs.
Center director Leslie Lyne
applied for the state grant,
which must be used for capital
improvements, in November.
"I am stoked," said Lyne,
adding she and those who use
the center are very excited
about the recent grant
Major improvements will be
made to the building, built in
1977, such as installing new
lighting for safety, installing a
new ceiling, adding a covered
walkway, adding a new com-
puter system and improving
the parking lot, including more
handicapped spaces, Lyne said.

See CENTER, A-3 >-

Donner residents unite

to fight crime, violence

A coalition of concerned cit-
izens are coming together
Tuesday to work toward
improved safety along
Mayport Road, according to
meeting organizers.
A group of residents has
called a community meeting
at 6 p.m. at the Donner Park
Community Center, 2072
George St., to address the
area's growing crime and vio-
lence problem, according to
an organizer Sarge Milton. The
violence includes a recent
incident in which a man who
fired at police was shot to
death by them, police report-
"We want to work together
as one to solve some of these
issues," said Milton, a resident
of the area. He said problems
at the Beaches mirror those in
Jacksonville, but said the
Beaches community has a bet-

ter chance of "solving" the
problems because of its size.
Topics of discussion will
include violence and murder,
safety and protection, police
and fire service and inciting
community involvement.
Several agencies have been
invited to attend the meeting,
including Atlantic Beach city
officials, police officials, mem-
bers of the ACLU, Families of
Slain Children and local cler-
For more information, call
651-8769 or the Donner Park
Community Center at 247-
Atlantic Beach has already
agreed to tackle the issue of
crime along Mayport Road
during city strategic planning
sessions to be held Feb. 27 and
28. Various solutions will be
addressed,including the possi-
bility of more police presence
in the neighborhoods west of
Mayport Road.

The Palm Valley-based band
FlatBlack opens tonight for
rock legend Leon Russell at
Freebird Live! in Jacksonville
.See Club Scene, B-4

Katie Andrzejewski, left, a third-year student at the University of
Guelph, Ontario, and Mary Jane Hubbert, a second-year student
at Guelph, help build a Habitat for Humanity house across
Shangri-La from Mayport Elementary School as part of this year's
Collegiate Challenge. Students from various colleges are coming
to the Beaches to build homes. See story A-3.

Beaches African-

American museum

seeks staff needed

to offer programs

Fletcher starting pitcher
Darius Campbell strides
toward the plate against
Nease on Tuesday.
See Sports, A-8

r- - 'You're the mom -turn off TV
'" # "

Buddy, a miniature dachs-
hund that was rescued from
the Humane Society, has
learned how to howl since
moving in with two fellow
See Pet Tales, B-5

Easter!Egg Hunt registration
open in Jacksonville Beach.
Free t6 all youngsters.
See details B-5

Cute characters
create consumers

The topic at the Ponte Vedra
Beach Branch Library was the
often-insidious lure of the elec-
tronic media for young chil-
While New York author
Susan G. Thomas spoke on the
issue to several mothers, grand-
mothers ard nannies
SWednesday, some of their
young charges gravitated to a.
nearby area and into chairs in
front of blank computer
"All they want to do is sit at
the computer," Amy Cornett
said, lamenting that the
library's book shelves don't
attract children as they did in
the past.
"Yeah, I wish they weren't
here," Jennifer Price-Easterling,
said about the computers in
the children's area of the

Thomas, author of "Buy, Buy
Baby How Consumer Culture
Manipulates Parents and
Harms Young Minds," told the
mothers that easy access to the
computers makes, their jobs
"If they're right out here,
you can't compete with that,"
Thomas said.
A mother of two young chil-
dren, Thomas said hers is the
first generation of mothers not
to consult their own mothers
on questions of child-rearing.
Instead, they consult other
mothers and books, and often
turn to so-called "educational".
television programs and videos
such as Baby Einstein products
because the mothers believe
they can help a child leam, she
But much of that program-
ming is geared toward making
-the child a lifetime consumer,
which could be worth "a cou-
ple hundred thousand dollars"
to a merchandiser, Thomas

Children up to age 3 are
most vulnerable to shows with
central characters whose
images end up on products.
"They can't separate out ...
the difference between market-
ing and happiness," Thomas
"The more times your child
is going to encounter a
licensed character," she said,
"the deeper they have you"
ingrained in buying products
containing the character, she
Members of the audience
wanted to know what they
could do to combat the con-
sumer culture.
"Don't believe the hype,"
Thomas said. "You're the mom
- turn it [the television] off,"
she said.
Children should learn to
play and entertain themselves,
Thomas said.
"What do they do in other
cultures?" she asked. "They
play in the dust."

Benefit golf

tourney is set

during Black

History month

An golf tournament to benefit
an African American museum in
Jacksonville Beach tees off
Monday at the city's golf cub.
The Rhoda L. Martin Cultural
Heritage Center will sponsor the
inaugural Heritage Classic
beginning at 10:30 a.m. at the
municipal course located at 605
Penman Road in Jacksonville
Registration fees are $75 for
single players and $300 for a
foursome. Sign sponsorship is
also available for $100.
Participants will include
Jacksonville Jaguar cornerback
Rasheed Mathis, Jacksonville
City Councilman Art Graham,
Jacksonville Beach City
Councilman Tom Taylor, golf-
ing great Calvin Peete and the
first African-American pro-golfer
to play on the PGA Tour, Charlie
Proceeds will help fund oper-
ating expenses for the cultural
center which is named for local
civil rights activist Rhoda
Martin founded the first
school for African American

children in the community
more than 70 years ago in a
four-room school house that
now houses the center.
The historic brick school
house was restored last year
with donations from private
donors, state and city contribu-
Program Treasurer Mable Bass
Thursday said the goal is to raise
"as much as possible" to get the
museum up and running and
hire an onsite director to allow
the center to operate during spe-
cific hours. Currently it is only
open by prearrangement and
The preservation committee
has not yet identified any
potential candidates to staff the
facility, Bass said.
Bass said the cultural center
has received a positive response
from the community since con-
struction was completed last
Several school groups have
toured the facility and Bass said
funds raised at the tournament
will be used to implement a
Great Leaps reading program
geared to help students of all
ages with phonics, sight phrases
and reading fluency.i
"We hope to raise around
$15,000," sh said. "There is still
some furniture that we need for
that room."
For information about the
Rhoda L. Martin Cultural
Heritage Center contact Kortney
Wesley or program treasurer
Mable Bass at 249-4628.

Photo Submitted
Florda Education Association members John Meeks, left, and
Unda Bishop talk about the 40th anniversary of the statewide
teachers strike of Feb. 19, 1968. Meeks, a social studies teacher,
wore a Florida under sanction armband to remind co-workers at
Mayport Middle School of the union's school funding fight.

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Classified ................C-1
Religion ..................C-6
Showtimes ..............B-4

Opinion ................A-4
Police Beat .............A-5
Sports ..................... A-6

Copyright 2008 by The Beaches Leader, Inc.
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residents and their achieve-
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Subscriptions are $28 per
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tion call (904) 249-9033.

The Leader strives to pro-
,duce error-free news report-
ing. When mistakes occur,
it is our policy to correct
them as soon as they are
brought to our attention.
To request a correction,
contact the editor at 249-
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will be responsible only for
the space occupied by the
actual error. The publisher
assumes no financial
responsibility for omis-

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or review aties ,.'.
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wtoas who tIreat autistic chll--
dim w ill be heIld 9 a.m. to
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Touariaamena t T i:'Ea. Club' in
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The const iis $25 per person
or $4(0) pea' couple,, and space
is I-u .uRLieuL RSVP to or
call 2a8-565 l -

Oanice at senior center
iBaaltniwoim dancing will. be
held 7 p..m. to 9 p..m. today,
Feb. 22,, at the i"ilaers,
Community Senior Center on
Latlorum ILane,, Ponte Vedra
Beach.. ic'ntianoni, will be
accepted at the door. Call

Fund dlilirector to speak
U,.lti C.&r'vghllin executive
*jaint;c .t'i of tghe Jaw Fund,
i)onundied by former
0 i--.Lla ii lIO..e 1'Iu h head
coaiach. Taon nm C..'..azblhlp will
wisiitt TinHe iril'iver CR'ininuuiinit.
Senior Center at 11 ; an-
Miufanchto S..
LKeli iC..mclhit. has been
tn.latJiini a vollunteer capac-
iitty inuilth the .1'. Fund since
19% randl was named exencu-
ti- e.- E.l t'illi .eC..r 2004L.
She has been a tesidenit of
JaKsonwitlte Beach since 1998
and serTed as the head athilet-
iic traeiier alt the Universilty of
NoltthB Ellouilda pnior to .ip'niuant
tihe ay Fund full time.. She is
tthe eldest of Tomn and Judy
C.r.ullihiin"- four children. CallB
28-3233 for more inforna-
ttion or to make your resenva-

Chocolate winners
Hector Gonzalez, executive
chef for the .:i -.. ::r. Marriott
Golf Resort, won first prize
for best-tasting dessert at the
Chocolates of the World
Dessert Cen;ei .ion. held
Feb. 8 at the Sawgras'.
Marriott. Gonzalez won with
his :,l'hiie Chocolate Mousse
Dome" creation.
The International Visitor
Corps of Jacksonville hosted
the event."

Surviving rip currents
As spring approaches and
temperatures start to rise the
U.S. Coast Guard auxiliary
reminds beachgoers that such
currents can be extremely
dangerous, dragging swim-
mers away from the beach
and leading to death by
drowning when they attempt
to fight the current and
become exhausted.
Ac:ordiing to the United
States Lifesaving Association
1 i La.u rip currents cause
approximately 100 deaths
annually in the United States,
more than all other natural
hazard except heat and
floods. Over 80 rve'cent of res-
cues by surf beach lifeguards
are due to rip currents -
totaling 18.000 lifeguard res-
cues a year.
To avoid and survive
rip currents
First and foremost learn
how to swim
Never swim alone.
Be cautious at all times,
especially when swimming at
unguarded beaches.
If in doubt, don't go out!
Whenever possible, swim
at a lifeguard protected beach.
Obey all instructions and
orders from lifeguards.
Don't fight the current.

Swim out of the current in a
direction following the shore-
line. When out of the current,
swim towards shore.
If you are unable to swim
out of the rip current, float or
calmly tread water. When out
of the current, swim towards
If you are unable to reach
shore, draw attention to your-
self: Face the shore, wave
your arms, and yell for help.
If you see someone in
trouble, get help from a life-
guard. If a lifeguard is not
available, have someone call
9-1-1. Throw the rip current
victim something that floats
and yell instructions on how
to escape. Remember, many
people drown trying to save
someone else from a rip cur-
Information furnished by
the United States Coast Guard
Auxiliary, the uniformed
civilian component of the
U.S. Coast Guard

Labor needed for ARC
Builders Care seeks help for
The ARC, a day program for
disabled adults that is relocat-
ing to Penman Road. Labor is
needed. The project will run
for two weeks.
In the near future, there
will be paint and clean-up
opportunities for lay people
as well as duties for trades-
men. Visit the Builders Care
web site at (www.builder-
page.cfm). A schedule will be
posted soon.

Watch for swarms
"Termite season is upon us
and the First Coast area has
already had some swarming
activity," said John Cooksey,
chief operating officer and
enlomoluog'-. at McCall.

termitess are visible during
swarm season, when clouds of
flying termites can occur both
indoors and outdoors."
Cooksey said based on the
warmer and wetter winter,
termite swarm season is
expected be more active than
in recent years.
"If an infestation is found
within the house (whether
that's in the crawlspace or a
wall), it's best to get three
estimates and then evaluate
what each company is offer-
ing in terms of both the treat-
ment and guarantee," said
Termites thrive in moist
conditions with plenty of
wood. The following tips can
help to minimize your risk for
a termite infestation:
Keep gutters free of leaves
and other debris. Downspouts
must drain freely and away
from the house, at a distance
of at least 3 feet.
Do not keep wooden
items close to the house. For
example, firewood should be
stored away from the home.
Wood mulch can also attract
termites to the home.
Because termites need
only the width of a piece of
paper to access the house,
make sure that all entry
points, like cracks in the
foundation or utility open-
ings, are sealed. You should
also caulk windows and
doors, favorite stomping
grounds for termites.

*As a rule of thumb, moni-
tor those areas of the home
that are chronically 'I!i', or
where wood comes in contact:
with the structure.
If you are con',iru-:irj a
new home, ask the builder
about pretreatment options.


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was iin St. Anguslfin,wswill be restored and given signs explaining
the uir. .eeii i's sligini'imicamoe to Acan American history in RForida.
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Despite a vision of "down-
town Palm Valley" and a cer-
tificate of concurrency from
county planners, one of the
owners of the 8-acre Hixon
property on Canal Boulevard
west of Roscoe Bl']r, ;r d said
he has "no plans to develop the
Speaking at a recent meeting
of the Palm Valley Community
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ner with Ponte -e:*dre Beach
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Wal-Mart extension

faces NB Monday

A request for a six-month permit exten-
sion by the owners of a property where Wal-
Mart has been proposed will be considered at
a Neptune Beach City Council workshop
meeting Monday.
Mayor Dick Brown said he is leaning
toward granting the request, but at least one
councilor is opposed.
Stephen Bullock, who represents
Lakeshore Village property owners, sent a let-
ter to the city earlier this week requesting an
extension of the final development order
while Lakeshore and Wal-Mart negotiate
over the next 30 days.
The national retailer announced in
January that it was pulling out of a lease
agreement with Lakeshore, which is now
asking the company to reconsider.
"I think there's more going on here than
meets the eye," said Vice Mayor Harriet
Pruette. "It makes it hard when we don't
know what we're dealing with and why."
According to Bullock's letter, the request
for the extension can be based on a "show-
ing of good faith."
But, Pruette said that over the course of a
year, no improvements have.been made to
the property.
"I'm willing to keep an open mind here,
but I haven't seen any effort to get this thing
going," she said. "All of us wanted to see
some closure and a year later we have noth-
Brown said that a great deal of work has
gone into the project so that additional time
is "reasonable." He suggested that a 60 or 90
day extension might be possible.
Monday's meeting begins at 6 p.m. at City
Hall, 116 First Street. No action can be
taken in a workshop meeting

Residents weary of

partiers causing woes

Pelicans gather together on the piers near the shrimp boats in Mayport Fishing
Village earlier this week. The picturesque scene is what might be threatened by a
cruise ship terminal, according to members of the Mayport Civic Association, which
has filed suit against the Jax Port Authority and the city of Jacksonville to block
cruise ships coming to the historic village.

Residents of a party-plagued
street in Jacksonville Beach are
asking for increased police
patrols to help curb the end-
less, late night disruptions.
Of the eight homes lining a
portion of 18th Street North,
Deb Naples said three houses
occupied by several college-age
tenants are a constant source of
tension for the surrounding
Over the last 18 months,
Naples said she has paid
approximately $7,000 out of
pocket to fix damages to her
property that, she says, was
caused by the raucous crowds.
"One house has kids barely
of legal age that are laying
drunk in the streets. There are
fights. We have had a shooting

inside of one of these houses,"
she said.
"People from several blocks
around have called police and
we have received minimal
help. We need to find some
sort of resolution because we
can't keep living like this."
Naples said she and her
neighbors are often afraid to go
outside because of fear of reper-
cussions. She said kids have'
come into her yard and side
swiped vehicles in the area
"because they are three sheets
to the wind."
"I want something done,"
she said.i
Mayor Fland Sharp said he
will discuss the issue with
Police Chief Bruce Thomason
to help find a solution.
Said Sharp, "We will see what
we can do to figure this out."

NB must match 25%

- CENTER, from A-1

Gov. Charlie Crist designat-
ed a $9.1 million appropria-
tion for capital repair, con-
struction and maintenance of
Florida senior centers in May,
according to a press release.
The grant requires appli-
cants to match 25 percent of

total program costs funded by
the project, but with the
combined total of the proper-
ty value and other grants, the
center can match the 25 per-
cent, Lyne said.

Mariners: Fed budget neglects the needs of the ICW

FROM STAFF the waterway" said David
The federal budget for 2009 is Roach, AIWA Chairman and
a discouraging step backward Executive Director of the Florida
for users of the Intracoastal Inland Navigation District. "The
Waterway, according to the nation's waterways have been
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway ignored for far too long and the
Association (AIWA). American people already suffer
The $2.2 million in the the consequences of neglecting
White House budget for the U.S. critical infrastructure. The lack
Army Corps of Engineers to of maintenance funding will be
dredge the Intracoastal catastrophic to the economies
Waterway through Virginia, of every state along the water-
North Carolina, South Carolina, way unless Congress steps in
Georgiaand Florida ignores seri- and dramatically increases the
ous navigation risks that com- President's proposal as it did last
mercial and recreational users of year."
the 1,200-mile water highway Roach noted that the Atlantic
face every day and threatens its Intracoastal Waterway brings
very future, the association over $18 billion annually to the
noted. state of Florida alone. Studies
"The budget is a token have shown that the four other
amount, given that the Army states also gain tremendous eco-
SCorps needs approximately$30-"-nomic benefit from the water-
million to properly maintain.,

"Using barges is a much less
expensive way to transport
commercial goods up and down
the East Coast," said Stephen
Furlough, President, of Furlough
Marine Management and an
AIWA Director. "It reduces high-
way congestion while being the
most environmentally sustain-
able mode of transport avail-
able. Instead of cutting funds for
maintenance, the White House
should be looking at ways to
better use this waterway to serve
the nation."
According to Rosemary
Lynch, the association's execu-
tive director, the waterway
offers an excellent example is
what is called Short Sea
"This U.S. Dept of

Transportation initiative would
create a more efficient shipping
system and the East Coast, using
the waterway, would be an
excellent place to begin," Lynch
said. "It just makes good eco-
nomic and environmental
Based in Raleigh NC, the
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway
Association ( http://www.atlin- ) promotes the
continuation and further devel-
opment of waterborne com-
merce and recreation on the
Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway
of Virginia, North Carolina,
South Carolina, Georgia and
Florida. The Association advo-
cates for regular maintenance
dredging and adequate mainte-
nance to support promote safe,
cost -effective-nraig3 tiorE..- --

Collegians work for Habitat


A "Collegiate Challenge" has
been issued by Habitat for
Humanity, and six northern
schools are heading the Beaches
to finish two of a series of seven
homes being built directly
across Shangri-La from Mayport
Elementary School.
A contingent from the first of
the schools, the University of
Guelph in the Canadian
province of Ontario, arrived
Sunday morning. After a 22-
hour, straight-through drive in a
caravan of four vans, the 24
Guelph students went straight
to the beach, then got to work
Monday. The youngsters will be
pounding and sawing away on
Shangri-La until Friday.
Following Guelph and work-
ing for Habitat for Humanity of
the Jacksonville Beaches will be
Mount St. Mary's [Md.]
University the week of Feb. 25,
Waynesburg [Pa.] University

March 3; Youngstown [Ohio]
State University March 10 and
two Illinois schools, Quincy
University and the University of
Chicago, the week of March 25.
The various colleges are
joined each year by Ron
Hensell, a retired professor from
Mendocino Community
College in Ukiah, Calif., who
"flies out every year, spends a
month with us," said Caja Kelly,
volunteer coordinator for
Beaches Habitat. "He comes for
Collegiate Challenge, is here
until March 18, when he takes a
rental car back."
As to "Collegiate Challenge,"
Kelly said, "It's not a challenge
between the universities. It's a
challenge to all colleges and
universities to become more
socially involved and aware. It's
a challenge to the individuals
who come to see how much
they can get done in a week.
Because we expect a lot out of
these kids in six weeks.
"These two homes should be


photo by CHUCK ADAMS
Ron Hensell, a retired professor from Mendocino Community
College in Ukiah, Calif., helps the Collegiate Challenge schools
that build homes for Habitat for Humanity of the Jacksonville
Beaches. "He flies out every year, spends a month with us," said
volunteer coordinator Caja Kelly.

about complete when they're
ready to go," said Kelly, who
finds places for the students to
stay and arranges lunches.
Guelph is one of Habitat's
most popular groups, she said.
"Our staff loves having this
university come down," she
said. "This is their sixth year,
and this is the biggest group
they've ever brought. They
drove a long way to get here,
and each kid pays $100 for the
week. So they pay to come.and
build on their spring break, and
they are giving back.
"They give back a huge
amount. I mean 24 people for
eight hours a day for a full week.
That's huge."
SBeaches Habitat was founded
in 1992 to eliminate substan-
dard and overcrowded housing
in the Beaches area. To date,
more than 172, homes have
been built.
"These students put in hun-
dreds of hours of hard work for
Habitat's Collegiate Challenge,"
said RalphMarcello, executive
director of Habitat for
Humanity of the Jacksonville
Beaches. "By the end of the
week, not only have the stu-
dents learned how to build a
house, they've also seen how
their actions can help improve
people's lives."
Guelph is one of two schools
participating that has a Habitat
for Humanity chapter on its
campus. The other is
Youngstown State. John Pegg, a
sophomore or second-year stu-
dent in biomedical sciences, is
president of the Guelph chapter.
"This year we have 24 stu-
dents in Jacksonville, about 40
in Louisiana and about a dozen
or so in El Salvador," said Pegg,
who lives in the small Ontario
town of Sutton. As to Collegiate
Challenge, Pegg said, "I think
it's more of a personal chal-
lenge. It's moving a little bit out
of your comfort zone and step-
ping up to take a leadership role
in the community. I think both
of those are very important
Vicky Van Roie, a freshman or
first-year student majoring in
international development,
lives in Trenton, Ontario and
has been to Florida one other
time, when she was nine. She
did a Collegiate Challenge in
Pennsylvania when she was in
high school.
"I feel very energized, actual-
ly, doing it. .1 feel rewarded

because I'm helping somebody
or a whole family, in most cases.
It's really rewarding, personally,
for that reason," said Van Roie.
"To me, spring break building
houses didn't sound like fun
when I was in college, but these
kids, I really admire them for it,"
said Kelly, who grew up in
Rochester, N.Y. and has been on
staff at Habitat for five months.
"I just think that these guys, giv-
ing up their spring break to
drive 22 hours and build houses
for a week, is so admirable.
They're so socially aware and
conscious of the issues. And that
kind of awareness is just amaz-
ing to me to see from college
Mayport Elementary School
custodian Teresa Hines will own
one of the two houses the
Guelph students are working
on, the seventh Habitat home
on the street, when it's done.

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Letters to the editor:

Support for race was great to see

To the editor:
After eight months of train-
ing and preparing for the 26.2
with Donna The National
Marathon to Fight Breast
Cancer I felt confident this
event would exceed everyone's
expectations. The vision of a
successful, "elite", international
marathon had only one piece
necessary to fulfill its potential.
How would the local beach
communities respond?
Sunday morning, February
17, my responsibility was to
pace runners interested in fin-
ishing the marathon within a
time of 4:15 or better.- Words
cannot explain the emotions
that I felt racing through my
Beaches neighborhood streets
connected to runners, volun-
teers and spectators. Every turn,
every water station, every
stretch of road the runners were
met with SOOO MUCH encour-

agement and enthusiasm. The
group I led came from all across
the United States. I tried to put
myself in their place as they
experienced our incredible local
hospitality. On Sunday I ran
with a sense of place and deep
regard for everyone that took
time out of their morning to
selflessly cheer on thousands of
strangers past their front yards
and alongside their businesses.
I was overwhelmed by your
support on Sunday and all I can
say is thank you. The difference
you made in the hearts and
minds of ALL the participants
was monumental! Planning
and preparation for next year
has already begun and I can't
wait! I.guarantee runners from
all over the world feel the same

Kurtis W. Loftus
Jacksonville Beach

Race was memorable experience

To the editor:
Thank You!
To my neighbors on Duval
Drive and the surrounding
Hats off and THANKS for
making the Breast Cancer

Marathon Run a huge success.
Your support, water hoses, and
cheers made this a very memo-
rable experience.
Thanks again!
George Dahl
Jacksonville Beach

Thanks to all who back the band

To the editor:
A huge Thank-You to all that
have donated both personally
and as part of an organization
to the Fletcher High School
Band Trip to Washington, D.C.
We are almost there with the
fundraising effort.
After reading the article in
The Leader on February 20, I
felt the need to respond. It has
been said many times that this
is "a once in a lifetime trip."
What does that mean? As a
band parent for many years
and a member of the FHS Band
Booster Board I would like to
explain why this is not "just a
band trip". As has been men-
tioned, the band works very
hard all year long. They attend
summer band camp for 2-3
weeks, 5 days a week, in the
hot sun, to prepare for the
upcoming year. This is only
the beginning. They are
required to perform at all of
the football games, perform-
ances and competitions. This
requires training and disci-
pline. A typical band student
---knows that his/her life is
monopolized by the time it

takes to build a successful pro-
gram and they love it. As was
mentioned in the article, they
are a family.
This trip to Washington D.C
is a reward of sorts for their
dedication and time. But mbst
importantly, it will be an
event in their life that they
may never have again. Every
year there is a band trip. The
student's generally pay for
their own trip, perhaps per-
form one or two times and
have a great time. This trip
will require training. They are
required to march in a parade
with an expected 400,000 peo-
ple in 110 degree heat due to
the crowds. During the week
they are there, they are partic-
ipating with other bands in
guided educational tours.
What a fabulous way to show
these students what it means
to be part of a specially chosen
few and what it. means to
march in a National
Independence Day Parade.

Mayan Skenes

Club investors need some answers

To the editor.
The purpose of this email is to
echo the sentiments of previous
communications regarding the
exorbitant price increase in
dues [at the Cabana Club].
If we are expected to pay for
renovations as pitched by man-
agement, I'd like to see a break-
down 'of costs for contractor
services and new items...furni-
ture etc... We have obviously
become investors in the build-
ing of the property and I believe
it's important to see a break-
down as I would with anything

I'm purchasing. Who participat-
ed in the renovation bidding
process? Who performed the
financial analysis to determine
the increase? An 80 percent
increase is obnoxious. How
much is the Marriott absorbing?
What is the mission statement
of the Sawgrass Marriott? What
is the Vision? Shouldn't the
dues be drastically reduced next
year after the renovations? A
timely response to these queries
would be greatly appreciated.

Dan and Kelly Powell

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More letters to the editor:

Refreshing to hear that so many young

people will represent the Beaches well

To the editor:
Thank you to The Beaches
Leader and Liza Mitchell for
their coverage of our fundrais-
ing efforts on the road to
Washington, D.C. With the
pledge from the Jacksonville
Beach City Council, we are one
step closer to our goal of
$50,000. However, in reading
the article "JB antes up for
Fletcher Band Trip" in the
February 20edition, there are a
couple of misconceptions that
need to be corrected.
First, none of the chaperones
are accompanying the band
students at a reduced price or
free of charge. Each chaperone
has paid the same out-of-
pocket financial contribution
as the students have paid of
$110. Further, each of these
chaperones has volunteered
countless hours during Friday
night football in the stands
with the students; in the con-
cession stands at home games;
during marching competitions
riding buses that leave on a
Saturday morning at 8:00 am
(after. being in the concession
stand until 1l:00pm the night
before) and not arriving home
until early Sunday morning;
selling Krispy Kreme donuts at
6:30am before school starts to
raise money; marching parade
routes during Homecoming
and Opening of the Beaches
parades and being there during
any other activity at which
one of the FHS band ensembles
may appear. Having said this,
none of this volunteer time
even comes close to the
amount of time that our band
students and Jonathan Maerkl,
band director, commit towards
making the Fletcher High
School Band the superior pro-

gram that it is today. A pro-
gram that was deemed worthy
of being chosen as the official
State of Florida representative
at the National Independence
Day Parade after being nomi-
nated by Mayor John Peyton.
While it is true that the band
has received 4 complimentary
chaperone trips as part of the
tour package, the savings asso-
ciated with these "free" trips
has been spread among all of
the students and chaperones
attending the parade. Each
person traveling to
Washington, DC has the same
cost per trip. Should our
fundraising goal not be
reached, each attendee
whether a student or a chaper-
one will be responsible for pay-
ing the difference in order to
be able to attend.
Unfortunately, this may mean
that some students who can-
not afford to pay any extra will
be left out of the trip if this
indeed becomes the case. The
Band Boosters Association .is
working extremely hard to
make this sure that this does
not happen.
Second, Councilman
Knight's concerns of funding
students who live outside the
Beaches city limits are not
valid. Funding has been
requested from all of the cities
in which our students reside.
Neptune Beach and
Jacksonville Beach have
already responded positively.
Atlantic Beach and the City of
Jacksonville (via the Children's
Commission) have been
approached and we fully
expect funds -from these cities
to be forthcoming. In addi-
tion, the athletic department
and the PTSA of Fletcher High

School have already made
pledges of funds towards the
cost of getting our band to
D.C. The Holiday
Extravaganza held in
December, 2007 with perform-
ances by the entire fine arts
department of Fletcher benefit-
ted the band's fundraising
efforts. The Fletcher High
School Marching Senator Band
is representing not only the
three Beaches Communities
and Jacksonville, but also all
FHS students, current and
alumni, at the National
Independence Day parade.
Isn't it only fair that all share
in the cost of this opportunity?
In today's times of news
about students who are getting
into trouble or failing school,
isn't it refreshing to hear about
a group of young people who
are doing something good?
Our students are spending
hours in rehearsals in addition
to keeping up with their
schoolwork to, represent them-
selves arid out community in a'
positive manner. As Jean Furst
so eloquently put it at the
meeting on Monday night, the
FHS band students will be in
Washington, D.C. for you.
Will you be there for them?
To find out more about the
Fletcher High School Band and
our fundraising efforts for the
2008 National Independence
Day Parade, please visit our
website www.fletcherhigh-
s c h o o 1 b a n d o r g>.
Cindy Bohn
FHS Band Booster
DC Fundraising
Committee Chairperson

Embrace the race -it made us all proud

To the.editor:
The first marathon to fight.
breast cancer at the Beaches last
weekend was well organized by
almost any standard that run-
ners consider important. The
race expo had countless deals
on shoes and running gear, the
course was relatively flat and
shady and there were plenty of
water stops and porta-johns
along the course. A hearty well-
done to Donna Deegan, the
Special Events staff from the
City of Jacksonville, and all the
other race organizers.
However, the hot conditions
may have left some of our
northern visitors with bad
memories except for one impor-
tant factor; community sup-
port. The turnout and enthusi-
asm of the people along the
course was absolutely phenom-
enal! People were ringing cow
bells and yelling encourage-

ment for almost the entire dis-
tance, particularly in Atlantic
Beach. There were more "unof-
ficial" water stops than official
ones. There was more sidewalk
chalk proclaiming "go Mom" or
"you rock" then most of us had
time to read. Little kids were
hoping the next runner would
take the orange slice from their
hand. Delayed drivers parked
their cars, got out and cheered
along with everyone else.
Dozens of people with hoses
offered to shower overheated
runners (especially appreciated
on a hot day), and so on.
Sure, many may have
embraced the noble cause of
fighting breast cancer more
than they did the runners them-
selves. It would be impossible
for any of us "locals" to have
watched DonnA Deegan's coura-
geous fight against cancer in
recent years without wanting to

help. However, the runners felt
like the hoie team running
onto the field at a college foot-
ball game.
We often brag about how
great it is to live at the beach.
How much of that is normal
hometown pride versus having
something really special? After
running a lot of other
marathons in places like
Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Hartford,
Boston, Houston, Chicago and
Washington DC, I can assure
you that the level of support
this last weekend went way
beyond what any runner could
hope for, especially for a first
time event. You really did
"Embrace the Race". I have
never been more proud to live
at the beaches. Thanks to all
who came out.

Jim Hanson
Atlantic Beach

Florida has never learned to live within a budget

To the editor:
My entire life my parents
taught me to manage my
money properly. They showed
me how to live within a budget
and how to avoid spending
money on every little trinket
that I wanted. Shouldn't our
state and local governments
have to live up to the same
They apparently haven't
been as Florida taxes are cur-
rently at an all time high! They
spend so much money and
when we are given a chance to
lower our taxes the bureaucrats
just. find somewhere else to

raise them. Like me, you might
be asking yourself, how can we
put a stop to this?
Currently the TBRC, the
Taxation and Budget Reform
Committee, is meeting as they
do every 20 years, with the
ability to .put any issue they
want and put it on the ballot.
One of the issues they are con-
sidering is a Taxpayer
Protection Amendment. This
would limit the expansion of
state and local government
spending by population
growth and inflation. On top
of that, if the government
wanted to raise extra money

for a pet project WE THE PEO-
PLE have to give approval at
the ballot box. When a similar
amendment was putin place in
Colorado they saw a huge
increase in jobs and saw eco-
nomic development skyrocket
like never before!
If this amendment is put on
the 2008 ballot, we must vote
yes! Who wouldn't want take
this golden opportunity to
teach our government fiscal
responsibility as our parents
lovingly did for us.

Luke Hopper
Jacksonville Beach



to the


City owes




To the editor:
Now that Wal-Mart has
said they're dropping their
plans to build a Super Center
in NB, Lakeshore's Attorney
Steven C. Bullock, asks
Mayor Brown for a "Showing
of Good Faith" by granting
his client a 6 month exten-
sion of the Final
Development Order issued
in the Settlement Agreement
that the city was pretty
much forced to accept.
Mr. Bullock points out in
his letter that Lakeshore "has
requested' Wal-Mart to
rescind its Notice of
Termination on various legal
grounds" and that hopefully
they can come to terms for a
final resolution in 30 days.
He also contends "that it
would be in the best interest
of all parties" and that "there
would be no prejudice nor
harm to the city in granting
the extension".
Talk about audacity, this is
the same Mr. Bullock who in
July of 2006 threatened to
sue the city for 50 million
dollars if they didn't get their
way. His threat came after
Wal-Mart's attorney Karl
Sanders made a similar
threat in June. -Now, almost
two years later after waltzing
NB around the floor, the big
S',and little bullies aire 'a it.
again and I have to wonder'
just whose best interest is at
stake and what's really going
Was Iakeshore so naive
they entered into an agree-
ment with Wal-Mart that
gave them no financial relief
if Wal-Mart broke the deal?
Are they both running some
contentious game at the
expense and wasted time of
our city, solely for their own
self interest and betterment?
Perhaps Lakeshore wants the
delay so they can find some
other tenant who may or
may not want to provide the
same building design, plans,
specifications and conces-
sions the city agreed to with
Wal-Mart. Or, could they be
trying to sell the building to
Wal-Mart or some other enti-
ty and increase the sale value
by having a Free
Development Ordered card
Who knows, but it is easy
to see there are too many
unanswered questions
involved in this fiasco to
dance to their tune when the
city is under no legal obliga-
tion to bend over for these
bullies. Hopefully council
will say no even though
some may say they are being
unfair to business and that
we desperately need the tax
Those inclined to do so
need to realize NB's sales tax
income is the same whether
they spend their money
across the ditch or spend it
here and the $23,454.00
property tax revenue from
Lakeshore's building is the
same whether it is occupied
or empty. Doubling that
property's value would only
generate about $3.35 a year
Sfor each of our 7000 resi-
dents and I don't think that
would increase our quality of
life very much.
Council should hold the
line on this issue and then
reasonably expect the
Lakeshore folks in the future
to come up with visually
attractive design, housing
businesses that provide
goods and services we need
and desire, without rescind-

ing our 60,000 sq ft ordi-
nance because some mer-
chant wants to occupy more
space than our code now
allows. We really don't need
to be the door mat of devel-
opers or lawyers to encour-
age new businesses!

Michael P. Aston
Neptune Beach



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Tamara Lynn Elias, 30, of
Jacksonville was arrested Feb. 20
and charged with possession of.
cocaine and introducing contra-
band into a detention facility in
th 500 block of Adams Street,
according to a police report.
Police stopped Elias for a traffic
violation and determined she
was driving with a suspended or
revoked license, police reported.
Drug paraphernalia was also
found in the vehicle, the report
said. Elias was transported to jail
where police found crack
cocaine in her purse, the report

Attempted grand theft was
reported Feb. 20 at Publix in the
400 block of Marsh Landing
Parkway. A female suspect wear-
ing a tan hat was observe d plac-
ing several cuts of meat into a
cart along with -other grocery
items and left the store without
paying for the merchandise. The
suspect was stopped by an
employee who asked her for a
receipt. Police said the woman
told the employee that she did-
n't like bags and the receipt was
in the car. She left the cart on a
sidewalk in front of the store

and got in the passenger seat of
a gray Honda Accord driven by
another woman.

Armed robbery was reported
Feb. 20 in the 1600 block of
Penman Road. A Nassau County
deputy pumping gas at the
Kangaroo Express at 7:30 p.m.
observed a man come around
the north side of the building
wearing a ski mask and pull up
his hood as he reached the front
of the store. The suspect entered
the store and pointed a black
and silver revolver at two
employees conducting a shift
change. The man demanded the
money and one of the clerks
handed him $160 from the reg-
ister. He fled the store with the
deputy in pursuit on foot. The
deputy told Jacksonville Beach
detectives that he lost the sus-
pect after he jumped several
backyard fences. The suspect is
described as 5'5" to 5'9" in his
early 20's with a slender build.

Identity theft was reported
Feb. 20 in the 100 block of
Penman Road South. The victim
told police that an unknown
suspect. used her information to
file an income'tax return. The

woman said she is a previous
victim of identity theft last year.
She was notified of the fraud by
a California bank asking for a
$1,636 payment for rapid
refund filing services.
S* *
Grand theft was reported Feb.
18 at an elementary school in
the 800 block of 18th Avenue
North. A green BMX bike valued
at $600 was stolen by a teenage
suspect, police said. The 10-
year-old victim told police that
he was riding bikes with several
other kids when the suspect
approached and told him he
could do tricks on the bike, The
boy let him ride his bike and the
suspect rode away. The kids gave
chase down 10th Street North
and Seagate Avenue but lost
sight of him. The suspect is
described as 16 to 18 years old
with brown hair and slight
facial hair. He was last seen
wearing a red shirt and jeans
with a belt buckle of a hand of
playing cards displayed.

Attempted theft of a motor
vehicle was reported at Nease
High School Tuesday after a
Nease student discovered her


James Berkeley Claiborne Jr.

J ames
Berkeley :i
Claiborne Jr. -
passed away ..
Feb. 18, 2008,.
after a brief
illness, at the
age of 92.
was born in'
1916 in Des
Moines, Iowa, and earned a
bachelor's degree at Drake
University and an MBA at the
Wharton School of Business.
After graduation he joined the
Maytag Corporation where he
worked for many years as a
sales executive, selling wringer
washers door-to-door.
,n lhe la.te.'40s.he moved his
family: to -the:: Jacksonville
Beaches to become a Maytag
distributor for Florida and
South Carolina. He later owned
and operated a small chain of
appliance stores in Arlington
and the Beaches, uniquely
identified as the store with the
"upside down signs." He then
left the retail appliance busi-
ness to manage his commercial

real estate investments in
Arlington and the Beaches.
Berkeley served on the
Atlantic Beach City Council,
and was active in the Rotary
Club for many years. "Captain
Berk" was a pioneer in off-
shore fishing in North Florida.
For many years, and in several
boats named the Finally, he
fished off Jacksonville and
annually made the trip to
Bimini to fish for marlin with
his friends and family. Berkeley
was an early advocate of catch
and release fishing and fish-
eries conservation. He was also
a pioneer of Lisa Surgery at the
Berkeley's great loves were
his. wife, Eloise, his family,
friends, travel, roasted leg of
lamb, and delight (or misery)
about the stock market. He and
his family traveled extensively
and often to France where, for
40 years, they spent several
weeks each year visiting in
Southwest France. For the last
20 years they spent time at
Christmas in Switzerland,
where he became a local fix-

ture on the streets of Zermatt.
Survivors include his two
daughters, Jean Ellen Koski of
Ponte Vedra and Mary Bernard
of Neptune Beach; his son, Dr.
J.B. Claiborne of Statesboro,
Ga.; two grandchildren, John
Koski of Evanston, Ill. and
Brittany Claiborne of
Statesboro, Ga.; and two great
grandchildren, Elinor and
Evelyn Koski of Evanston, Ill.
In lieu of flowers, remem-
brances may be made to the
Mount Desert Island Biological
Laboratory,, a
marine biology research labo-
ratory which Berkeley had sup-
ported for many years.
The family is planning a
local celebration of Berkeley's
life, and a future private service
in France at the confluence of
the Dordogne and Vezere
rivers, where his ashes will join
those of his beloved wife,
Services are under the care of
Ponte Vedra Valley, 904-285-

Amelia Hildebrand Brace

Am elia
Hildebrand (
Brace passed
away Feb. 19,
2008, after a
long- battle
with breast
She was
born March
11, 1919, in
Sumter County, S.C. Seven
years ago, she and her hus-
band, Bill, relocated to Cypress
Village from Ft. Lauderdale.

Amelia was a loving wife,
mother, grandmother and
She is survived by her hus-
band of 65 years, the Rev.
Canon William S. Brace; son,
Rodney R. Brace (Pat); grand-
children, Mary Shannon
Dillard (Brandon), Jennifer B.
Johnson (Ryan) and Leigh
Anne Brace; and great-grand-
children, Ava and Bryce
Dillard, Parker and Payton
A Memorial Service will

held at 10 a.m., Saturday, Feb.
23, in Christ Church of Ponte
Vedra Beach with The Rev. Rick
Westbury officiating. In lieu of
flowers, donations may be
made to The Christ Church
Foundation, 400 San Juan
Drive, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Services under the direction
and care of Quinn-Shalz, A
Family Funeral Home &
Cremation Centre, Third Street
at Ponte Vedra Blvd., 249-1100,

Adeline M."Toni" Tuttle

Adeline M. "Toni" Tuttle, 89, Moneyhun; brother, Edgar will be held at 11 a.m.,
passed away Feb. 20, 2008. She (Sandra) S. Tuttle Sr.; brother- Monday, .Feb. 24, in the
was a native of Mayport. in-law, Louis Periera; grand- Mayport Cemetery of Mayport,
She served our country in sons, Mark Tuttle White and with full military honors.
the U.S. Army. Travis Matthew White; grand- Services under the direction
She is survived by her lov- daughter, Gabrielle Bridget and care of Quinn-Shalz, A
ing son, Mark Christopher White; and several other lov- Family Funeral Home,
(Pauline) White; sisters, ing family members. Jacksonville Beach.
Georgie Ricketts and Clydie Graveside funeral service

Jacob (Jack) Ulrich

Jacob (Jack) preceded him in death. He is with the Reverend Penny Pfab
Ulrich, 83, survived by his daughter and officiating. Interment will take
passed away son-in-law, Barbara and Angelo place at George Washington
Feb. 21, 2008, Giaimo; sisters, Jane Mears and Memorial Park in Paramus,
at Fleet Bette TreLoar; brothers, N.J., at a later date.
Landing in William and Paul Schober; and In lieu of flowers, the family
A t a n t i c numerous nieces and nephews. suggests donations be made to
Beach. Visitation will be held from 6 Safe Harbor Boys Home, 4772
A native of .- to 8:00 p.m: today, Feb. 22, in Safe Harbor Way, Jacksonville,
New Jersey, the chapel of Quinn-Shalz, A Fla. 32226.
he joined the Family Funeral Home, with full Services under the direction
Navy in 1943, retiring at Naval military honors at 6:15 p.m. A and care of Qtinn-Shalz, A
Station Mayport in 1970 as a memorial service will be held Family Funeral Home &'
master chief. at 11 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 23, at Cremation Centre, Third Street
On Aug. 19, 1945, he mar- St. Paul's By-the-Sea Episcopal at Ponte Vedra Blvd., 249-1100,
ried Dorothy McLeester, who Church in Jacksonville Beach

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steering column was damaged,
according to a police report.

A cell phone was reported
stolen Tuesday after a Nease
High School student left the
item in the school gym, police
* *
A hardware store in the 800
block of State Road A1A report-
ed the uttering of a forged
instrument Tuesday after a
check they cashed. for about
$440 was returned to them.

Deputies responded to a
report of criminal mischief at
Marsh Landing Parkway
Wednesday after a property
manager for Marsh Landing dis-
covered 10 lamps used to light
landscaping were destroyed.
The lamps are valued at $3,500.
A skateboard was stolen
Saturday from a residence in the
first block of Dolphin
Boulevard, according to a police

Two men stole a 12-pack of
beer and. a bottle of rum
Saturday from a convenience
store in the 200 block of Solana
Road, according to a police
report. One of the men left his
wallet on the counter.
A purse containing a cell
phone, credit cards, cash, and
other items worth $260 was
stolen from a vehicle in the
parking lot of the Guana state
park Saturday, police reported.
0* *
Battery was reported Saturday
in the 100 block of West End
Lane, according to a police
* *
A watch, DVD player, and
other items totalling $3,150
were stolen from a house in the
300 block of Runaway Circle
between Feb. 10 and Friday
afternoon, according to a police
* *
Conley Jerome Kirkland, Jr.,
27, was arrested for failing to
update his driver's license per
Florida statute and failing to
respond to an address verifica-
tion letter on Feb. 11 in the

1200 block of Mayport Road,
according to a police report.
* *
Grand theft was reported on
Feb. 11 in the 900 block of
Atlantic Boulevard, according to
a police report.

Fraudulent use of a credit card
was reported on Feb. 11, accord-
ing to a police report.
* *
Lauren Marie Bryant. 18, was
arrested for possession of more
than 20 grams of cannabis on
Feb. 13 in the 800 block of
Seminole Road, according to a
police report.

Grand theft was reported on
Feb. 13 in the 1500 block of
Main Street, according to a
police report.

Grand theft of a motor vehi-
cle was reported on Feb. 14 in
the 900 block of Plaza Drive,
according to a police report.

Burglary to a conveyance was
reported on Feb. 16 in the 200
block of Fourth Street, according
to a police report.

Jeffery Oneal Yasmine, 24,
was arrested for aggravated
assault on a law enforcement
officer, fleeing or attempting to
elude a law enforcement officer,
driving' under the influence,
driving under the influence
which causes damage to a per-
son or property, reckless driving,
resisting an officer without vio-
lence to his or her person, leav-
ing the scene of an accident,
driving with a license suspended
or revoked, possession of 20
grams or less of cannabis, aggra-
vated fleeing or attempting to
elude law enforcement officer
which causes injury or damage
after a hit and run and attach-
ing a license plate not assigned
on Feb. 16 in the 100 block of
First Street West, according to a
police report. An officer
attempted to conduct a traffic
stop on a vehicle which was
weaving in and out of traffic.
The officer activated the patrol
vehicle's sirens and lights,
according to the report. The
suspect accelerated and attempt-
ed to hit the patrol vehicle
twice, according to the report.

DUI patrol set in

Atlantic Beach

A DUI patrol deployment is
scheduled Saturday in
Atlantic Beach, according to
The Atlantic Beach Police
Department will conduct the
deployment in the 1400
block of Atlantic Boulevard
from approximately 7 p.m.
until 2 a.m.

The suspect then sped off and
ran several stop signs, police
said. He turned down a dead
end road and jumped out of the
moving vehicle, which ran into
an occupied trailer, causing
minor damage, police said. The
suspect then fled on foot and
hid in the bushes, according to
the report.

Michael Jeffrey Graham, 23,
was arrested for possession of
cocaine and possession of 20
grams or less of cannabis,
according to a police report.

Possession of a controlled sub-
stance without a valid prescrip-
tion was reported on Feb. 16 in
the 1000 block of Mayport
Road, according to a police

Gordon Louis Kauffman, III,
24, was arrested for domestic
battery by strangulation on Feb.
16 in. the 900 block of Plaza
Drive, according to a police

Grand theft was reported on
Feb. 19 in the 1100 block of
Seagate Avenue, according to a
police report.

Armed robbery and aggravat-
ed battery were reported on Feb.
17, according to a police report.

Hope A. Holloway, 30, was
arrested for obtaining property
or services for worthless checks
on Feb. 17 in the 2000 block of
Atlantic Boulevard, according to
a police report.

Homeowners seek a PUD change

Residents of a south
Jacksonville Beach subdivision
are asking city planners to
amend the development restric-
tions to allow an addition to
their property that is not cur-
rently permitted.
The Planned Unit
Development (PUD) agreement
for the South Beach Village sub-
division at the comer of St.
Augustine Boulevard and 3rd
Street South does not include
any provisions that would let
property owners apply for vari-
ances to exceed lot coverage'or
alter setback requirements.
John and Sheron Anderson,
who live in South Beach Village,
are seeking an amendment to
the PUD to address a wooden
deck constructed without a
building permit in the required
five-foot sideyard setback on
their property.
If the amendment is
approved by the Planning
Commission, the couple could
them proceed with the variance
request. A variance granted by
the city's Board of Adjustment
will allow them to retroactively
apply for a building permit.
David Klarer, director of the
South Beach Village
Homeowner's Association, said
the architectural review com-
mittee has reviewed the addi-
tion and approved the modifi-

The SBVHOA also authorized
the Andersons to seek an
amendment to the PUD agree-
The Andersons contend that
they never received a copy of
the homeowner's regulations or
the original PUD agreement.
Following a complaint from a
neighbor regarding the unper-
mitted structure, the city's
Planning and Development
Department issued a formal let-
ter ordering the Andersons to
obtain a variance or remove the
In a letter to Klamer seeking
support for their plans to
amend the PUD and seek a vari-
ance, the Andersons said the
deck was constructed on the
south side of the yard which, he
said, was made unsafe for foot
traffic by poor drainage.
"We never would have pur-
chased this property with the
unsafe contour and lack of
usability of what amounts ot
half of our outside yard," the
Andersons said in the letter.
"We firmly believe this is a
hardship situation that
demands logical and reasonable
Senior Planner Bill Mann said
the permitted density in the
South Beach Village develop-
ment includes reduced setbacks
and 60 percent allowable lot
coverage as opposed to the stan-
dard 35 percent in the sur-
rounding residential districts.
"The minimum yard areas

around many of these homes
also serve as the required stor-
age volume and collection sys-
tem for the "first flush" of
storm water runoff from rain
events," Mann said, noting that
the Public Works Department
must also approve the deck as
part of the building permitting
Marin said approval of this
amendment is not expected to
compromise the overall PUD
standards adopted for South
Beach Village.
SMann said if the Andersons
are not successful in obtaining a
variance, the deck must be


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Senators pound Panthers in baseball


It might not have been the
catch that won a state cham-
pionship, but Fletcher High
head baseball coach Kevin
Brown sounded equally excit-
ed about it.
Brown was more than
thrilled about the over-the-
shoulder catch
Tanner Gregg
made in the top
of the sixth
inning, saving
the Senators
from giving up
a possible run
en route a
blowout 11-1
victory over
Beaches rival Nease High.
"Was that an unbelievable
catch?" Brown said following
the game. "Tanner Gregg, just
an unbelievable catch. He
does that all the time."
Fletcher (4-0) easily handled
Nease (1-3) Tuesday night in a
game that was rescheduled
from Monday afternoon due
to weather.
The Senators broke open a

scoreless game with a four-run
second inning, led by Sean
Brown's two-run triple.
Brown, whose hit scored
Scott Sitz and James Dillon,
came home on a single from
Houston Brown, who would
go on to score on a Ryan
Mahoney single.
"We hit the ball good
tonight," Kevin Brown said.
"We were hit-
ting the ball,
----. we put the ball
in play and

things happen.
It's just situa-
tional hitting.
"The entire
Bottom of the
lineup did
great. Everyone
got hits, they all put the ball
in play and we got some runs
out if it."
The Panthers took advan-
tage of Fletcher's pitching
woes, first turning things
around in the fifth inning
when Ryan Martin scored on
Justin McKenna's single, giv-
ing Nease its first run of the
Fletcher got that run back

in the bottom of the inning
when Sitz hit a double that
sent Trevor Adeeb home.
With Fletcher leading 5-1,
the Panthers looked to stage a
comeback. Brett Russi opened
the sixth inning with a single
and advanced to second when
Tyler Barlow was walked.
Jared MacNaught then
ripped a long fly ball to deep
centerfield, where Gregg
tracked it down and made the
spectacular catch and throw,
doubling up Russi at second
base for the final out of the
The Senators opened the
bottom of the sixth hitting
everything Nease pitcher Will
Haga threw. Sean Brown
opened the inning with a sin-
gle and was followed by
Houston Brown and Gregg, to
load the bases.
Johnny Williams' two-run
single made it 7-1 with no
outs. Mahoney followed with
another single, sending home
Gregg. Adeeb ripped a two-
run double to the outfield,
bringing the score to 10-1
while Nease had still failed to
record an out.
. Sitz hit a long fly ball that

Senators baserunner Houston Brown, right, prepares to slide home as Nease High catcher Zach
Gray awaits the throw Tuesday night. Fletcher won via mercy rule, 11-1, in six innings.

left Adeeb enough time to
score on a sacrifice fly, ending
the game by the 10-run mercy
rule margin.
"Fletcher came out and put

Fletcher High's No. 1 boys singles player Jun Condez eyes a forehand return during his match Tuesday against Mandarin. Condez
won his singles match, then teamed with Bradley Connahey for a doubles win as Fletcher cruised to a 7-0 victory.

some pressure on us and we able."
didn't make all the plays out He then went on to give his
there," Nease first-year head pitchers some credit for their
coach Travis Chapman said. performances.
"Fletcher is a pretty good "To the pitchers' credit,
baseball team. They threw they got themselves into bad
some strikes, called the plays spot and got themselves out
in the field and they came out of it," Brown said. "They
good. worked hard, but they worked
"We came out a little flat. harder than they should
Fletcher played very well. have."
They didn't give us any Fletcher headed to
breaks. They showed tonight Gainesville to face defending
they were the better team." district champions Buchholz
Sitz led Fletcher at the plate, Thursday then returns home
batting 3-for-4 with a double tonight to face the Bobcats
and a run batted in. again to conclude the home
Mahoney and Houston and home series.
Brown each recorded two hits The Senators placed runner-
in the game, with Mahoney up in the district last season
scoring a run and driving in to Buchholz.
two more, while Brown scored "They are huge," Brown.
twice and drove in a run. said of the district rivals. This
Adeeb, Dillon, Sean Brown, will be a huge game."
Gregg and Johnny Williams Nease, which opened its dis-
each had a hit for Fletcher. trict schedule with a 9-6 win
For Nease, MacNaught, over St. Augustine last Friday
McKenna, Russi, C.J. was scheduled to face
Thompson, Justin James and Matanzas Thursday.
Mike Mantia all recorded hits.. "We'll just have to go play a
.Despite-the Senators' efforts-i -great; game,"-Chapman said,
at the plate, the team strug- "and play some defense."
gled on the mound, going
through'three pitchers and BOYS TENNIS
giving up six free passes in the Fletcher 7, Mandarin 0
game. The Senators improved to 2-
"We just walked to many 1 on the season with
people tonight, pitching- Tuesday's victory over the
wise," Kevin Brown said. "We Mustangs.
need to work on that. Individual winners included
"This was a non-conference, Jun Condez (8-1), Bradley
non-district game, so I'm Connahey (8-2) and Tanner
going to do some things with Bell (8-3),
the pitching rather than leave Condez and Connahey also
one guy in there. The young teamed to earn a doubles vic-
guys did good, they had some tory over the
tight moments, but we just doubles duo.
walked too many batters." The Senators were set to
Brown was noticeably frus- travel to Englewood High
treatedd with the pitching at Thursday before returning
times in the game and he and home to face Ed White next
catcher Cory Franklin made Tuesday beginning at 3:30
numerous visits to the mound p.m.
throughout the contest.
"It's a lot of walks," Brown SOFTBALL
said. "Any coach in his right Mandarin 3, Fletcher 1
state of mind would get frus- The Senators dropped to 4-2
treated. You can't have that on the season with Tuesday's
many walks, it's just unaccept- road loss.

Ospreys to face some of nation's top teams

Head coach Dusty Rhodes knows his
University of North Florida baseball program
team is still a few years away from being eligible
for NCAA Division I postseason play.
So Rhodes, UNF's first and only yard boss since
the program's inception in 1988, has turned a
negative into a positive by scheduling Super
Regional-caliber opponents this season.
On tap this season are rematches with peren-
nial in-state powers Miami (May 13), Florida
(April 2, 8 and 9) and Florida State (April 16)
along with first-time meetings against 2007
World Series participants North Carolina (May 6-
7) and Mississippi State (today though Sunday).
"Because we can't go to the postseason [until
2010], we promised our guys that we would play
the best teams in the country," Rhodes said this
week from Harmon Stadium.
"We wanted to play all the Division I teams in
the state of Florida and we're close to that."
Besides the big three, UNF will take on South
Florida, Central Florida and Florida
International: It also will renew acquaintances
with Atlantic Sun Conference foes Stetson and
Jacksonville universities.
The Ospreys (24-32 in 2007) open their 21st
season on the diamond this weekend by hosting
a tripleheader with Mississippi State (38-22 in
The teams square off today at 5 p.m. at the
Baseball Grounds of Jacksonville, before facing
each other at 1 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at UNF
It will be the first meeting between the two
clubs, but not the first time Rhodes and Bulldogs
coach Ron Polk have exchanged handshakes.
"I've known Ron Polk for over 30 years," said
Rhodes, who was a player and an assistant coach
at Florida Southern College in the early 1970s
when Polk was an assistant coach at Miami-Dade

Photo courtesy of UNF
Former Nease star Andy Warren will play first.
and third for the UNF Ospreys this season.
South Community College.
Rhodes said he and Polk have talked about
playing each other for years and finally got it
The Ospreys hope to return the favor next sea-
son by traveling to Starkville, Miss.
"We couldn't schedule [UNF] when it was in
Division II," said Polk in a phone interview this

"I'm anxious to see Dusty's ball park."
Polk is in his second stint as the Bulldogs skip-
per and 29th overall. He led MSU to a No. 8 final
ranking last season and has guided three differ-
ent schools to the College World Series.
Rhodes has led the Ospreys to World Series
berths at the NAIA and NCAA D-II levels. The
Ospreys were the D-II runners-up in 2005.
UNF is in the third season of a four-year reclas-
sification period and is not eligible to earn a
berth in its conference tournament until 2010.
The winner of the A-Sun tourney earns an
automatic berth to the NCAA regionals.
UNF finished second in the A-Sun regular-sea-
son standings in 2006 and sixth overall last sea-
In the absence of postseason play, Rhodes
intends to do what he has always done: Put the
best product he can on the field and let the
record speak for itself.
"We've kind of been a diamond in the rough,"
said Rhodes, who has more than 1,100 wins in 20
years at UNF .
"People couldn't take us lightly, no matter
what level we were."
"I know they are aggressive and well-coached,"
said Polk, the legendary skipper of a storied
Bulldogs program that dates to 1892 and boasts
more than 5,500 season ticket holders this season.
"We've got all our pitching back, but we lost a
lot of key players off that World Series team. So,
we're a young ball club in that regard."
Rhodes returns a young, but battle-tested team
that will also rely on pitching depth. The Ospreys
had 14 freshmen last season and all will see con-
siderable playing time this year.
"We could start a whole sophomore team if we
had to," said Rhodes, who returns three players
who were named to the A-Sun All-Freshmen
The Beaches area will be well represented in
the lineup in the form of senior Andy Warren

and freshman Sam Perry.
Warren, a 2002 Nease High graduate, will play
first and third, while Perry, a 2007 Fletcher High
alum, will back up senior Chad Knight at short-
"Andy struggled with the bat last season, but
he's been hitting the ball now," said Rhodes.
"And Perry is better than we thought he was.
He'll be like those freshmen last year. He'll play a
lot until we can move him into a starting posi-
Former Fletcher High and FCCJ transfer David
Eldredge has been redshirted this season.
Former Providence star Travis Martin is back
for his senior season and may be the most versa-
tile player in Osprey baseball history.
Martin, UNF's designated hitter with a .302
career average, can pitch, play first base and even
sub in outfield if need be.
"The only thing he can't do is run real well,"
said Rhodes about Martin, who was 2-3 on the
mound last season.
"He's in the best playing shape that I've ever
seen him. He can pitch and still DH, or bat and
still pitch in relief."
Last year, UNF took its lumps early, then fin-
ished strong down the stretch with road victories
against Miami and Florida and a best-of-three
series triumph over eventual A-Sun tournament
champion and regional-qualifier JU.
Polk's Bulldogs bounced back from an 0-2 fin-
ish in the SEC tourney to reach Omaha as an
NCAA at-large team.
He and Rhodes both agree that it's all about
how you play at the end of the season, not at the
"This. league will wear you out," said Polk
about the SEC.
"You have to make a run at the end."
Added Rhodes: "We were overmatched early,
but by the end of last season we were playing
with anybody."

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Science seeks to harness energy of human movement

For some time, I have won-
dered about a way to har-
vest the energy expended
at a health club. Just picture
your mind when you walk
into the YMCA all those
people powering the bicycles,
the elliptical trainers, and
pushing and pulling the
Nautilus equipment.
That is a lot of energy that
could be used to power the tel-
evisions or even the lights. The
Y could even somehow store
the energy, and then donate it
back to the electric company
to be passed onto someone
who is struggling to pay their
Now, while I may be able to
dream up the idea, I have no
idea how to actually make it
work. If you are able to come
up with a way to make.that
happen, let me know.
As you will read, others are
already working on other ways
to harvest the energy of our

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Walk and Talk
If you could power your cell
phone simply by wearing a
special knee brace, would you?
Researchers from the
University of Pittsburgh and
the University of Michigan

have come up with just such a
device. The brace was designed
to assist an injured person
with walking, but the develop-
ers quickly realized that it had
other applications.
As the braced knee moves
back and forth, energy is creat-
ed and the brace transfers it
into a generator which can
then be attached to an elec-
tronic device. Researchers
showed that simply walking
for one minute could power a
phone for ten minutes.

Wear Your Power Shirt
Researchers from Emory
University and Georgia Tech
are also at work developing
"power shirt" able to generate
electricity to power small elec-
tronic devices for soldiers in
the field, hikers and others
whose physical motion could
be harnessed and converted to
electrical energy.
This month's journal Nature
details how pairs of textile

fibers covered with zinc oxide
nanowires generate electrical
current when they are .
mechanically deformed, a phe-
nomenon known as the piezo-
electric effect.
this electrical -Rsercer
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how the fibers
could also be woven into cur-
tains, tents or other structures
to capture energy from wind
motion, sound vibration or
other mechanical energy.
"The fiber-based nanogener-


ator would be a simple and
economical way to harvest
energy from physical move-
ment," said Zhong Lin Wang,
a Regents professor in the
School of
S o wScience and
Sr Engineering
at the Georgia
vene te s Institute of
brea col c Technology.
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vic- cfr cmbine
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these fibers in
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we could pro-
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and wearable
power source that, for exam-
ple, would allow people to
generate their own electrical
current while walking."
Even the simple act of
breathing could create energy


The Jacksonville Offshore
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El Cheapo sheepshead tourna-
ment and fish fry will take place
Saturday, Feb. 23 at the Mayport
public boat ramp.
Entry fee, including captain's
dinner, is $60 per boat prior to
Feb. 15 and $80 thereafter. Entry
fee for the new junior angler
division is $10.
For more information, visit or contact Frank
Joura at 465-4552 or via e-mail at



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This column is written to dis-
cuss issues regarding sports, med-
icine, and safety. It is not intend-
ed to serve as a replacement for
treatment by your regular doctor.
It is only designed to offer guide-
lines on the prevention, recogni-
tion, and care of injuries and ill-
ness. Specific concerns should be
discussed with your physician.
Mail your questions to.Gregory
Smith, MD Sportsmedicine,
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Providence School's softball team defeated Oak Hill, 11-1
Saturday. The Stallions are now 3-0 on the season.

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-' The fifth annual Jacksonville
Ssubmited Kayak Fishing Classic, the world's
largest kayak fishing tournament,
l will take place May 2-3. The
Last event promotes kayak fishing in
Jacksonville with a conservation-
oriented format and raises funds
for children's programs through
Daniel Memorial and Dignity-U-
The ecotourism event also sup-
ports the St. Johns Riverkeeper
and Coastal Conservation
C Association.
Officials expect more than 250
kayak anglers will target redfish,
trout and flounder in a catch-
S photo-release format with more
than $50,000 in prizes and gifts.
A captain's meeting is sched-
uled for May 2 at Jacksonville
Strike-Zone Fishing Center.
Check-in, awards ceremony and
a banquet are slated for May 3 at
American Legion #129 of
Jacksonville Beach.
Entry fee is $60 and includes a
captain's bag, rights to fish, entry
into the raffles and banquet.
Anglers will be launching and
fishing at any inshore location
within Duval, Nassau and St.
Johns counties.
Trophies, kayaks, fishing gear
and gift certificates 'will be award-
ed for first- through fourth-place
finishers in four open divisions,
and first through third places in
the fly fishing division.
Kayak fishermen can register
online at JacksonvilleKayak- or can also
pick up an entry form at spon-
sors' locations.

Gate River Run
m The official Gate River Run
entry forms and training sched-
S ules are now available for the
31st running of Jacksonville's sig-
nature running event on
Saturday, March 8.
I More than 17,000 people annu-
ally take to the streets in
Jacksonville's largest participatory
sporting event which includes
four popular races through some
of the city's most scenic neighbor-
Gate River Run is the site of the
USA 15K Championships for the
15th consecutive year, and
attracts a top field of world class
American runners racing for more
than $65,000 in prize money. For
the fifth year, the Equalizer Bonus
will award $5,000 to the first male
or female to cross the finish line.
For more information on the
Gate River Run and companion
race day events, visit www.gate- or phone 731-1900.

Nease High's Kevin Phelan
won last weekend's Florida Junior
Tour event at Amelia Island
Plantation. Phelan, 17, came
back from two strokes down to
claim his first 1IT title. Phelan
made two birdies in the first
round to card a 1-under par 71
and trailed Carson Weinand by
two. "I was hitting my irons real-
ly well," said Phelan. "I only
missed four greens in the first
round and made all my par
putts." In the final round, Phelan
missed only three greens to
record a 73 and win by two
"This win helps my confidence
a lot," said Phelan. "I have had a
lot of top five finishes and I feel
like I keep improving."

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Beaches Chapel soccer team
goalkeeper Samantha Mills-
paugh has been selected to rep-
resent Florida in the U.S.
Olympic Development Program.
Players are selected through
open tryouts. Millspaugh is an
eighth grade honor student at
Beaches Chapel School.

The Nease High School Senior
Men's Club charity golf tourna-
ment is scheduled for Monday,
March 31 at Ponte Vedra Inn and
Club's redesigned Lagoon
Tournament is slated to begin
at 1 p.m. and entry fee is $100
per player. Format is a two-man
captain's choice.
All proceeds go toward assist-
ing families in need of affordable
For more infonnation or to
register, phone Dean Bud Beech
at 686-4075 or 819-8309 or via e-
mail at

The second annual First Coast
Senior All Star soccer games, host-
ed by First Coast Soccer Associa-
tion, will be played Feb. 22 at
Patton Park, 2850 Hodges Blvd.
These games are sanctioned by
the Florida Athletic Coaches
Association. There will be a girls
game at 6 p.m. followed by a
boys game at 8 p.m.
Teams consist of seniors from
high schools in Duval, Clay, St.
Johns, Nassau and Columbia

Fletcher High's Cecilia "Willi"
Babillis is one of only five Florida
players selected to participate in
the adidas ESP 2008 Showcase of
America's top youth soccer play-
ers. Ganles will be played Feb.
21-24 at Cal Poly Pomona in
Pomona, Calif. Babillis is a soph-
omore at Fletcher and plays on
the First Coast KYX travel team.


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Nease and Fletcher meet on the diamond

r e two Beaches-area rivals met at Fletcher High
*Tuesday night with the Senators emerging as 11-1
mercy-rule victors in six innings.

Panthers baserunner Mike Mantia (21) is tagged out by Senators second baseman Ryan Mahoney on a steal attempt during sec-
ond-inning action Tuesday at Fletcher High.

Nease High starting pitcher Will Haga delivers to the plate dur-
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Adult Art Class
Guana Tolomato Matanzas
National Estuarine Research
Reserve hosts an adult art
class from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb.
23. The class, taught by Jean
Drayovitch, offers beginning
drawing of marsh scenes.
Cost to attend is $45,
payable in advance. All
materials are supplied, but
participants should bring a
brown bag lunch. Space is
limited, so call 904-635-0941
to reserve a seat.

Kilts, Pipes, Drums
The 13th annual Scottish
Games and Festival will be
held from 9 a.m.-10 p.m.
Feb. 23 at the Clay County
Fairgrounds. The family
event, promoted by the Clay.
County Tourist
Development Festival, draws
clan members and visitors
from throughout the
Southeast. Traditional con-
tests include the caber toss,
hammer throw, sheaf toss
and stone of strength toss.
Pipers and drummers of all
ages also will compete. call
725-5744 or visit www.nefl-

Creature Feature
The hands-on Creature
Feature, which features a
new creature each week,
takes place every Saturday at
11 a.m. at the GTM Reserve
Environmental Education
Center; Visitors learn about
animal habitats, food chains
and behavior at the center,
which is at 505 Guana River
Road off A1A, 17 miles
south of JTB or eight miles
north of Vilano Beach.
Admission to the center is
$2 for adults and $1 for chil-
dren 10-17; children under
10 are free. Space is limited,
so call 904-823-4500 for

Beaches Area Model
Railroad Club
The Beaches Area Model
Railroad Club holds an open
house from 12-3 p.m. Feb.
23 at its location in the Old
Mayport Station at the
Beaches Museum & History
Center, 380 Pablo Ave.,
Jacksonville Beach. For infor-
mation, call Richard Paul at

Art & Craft Festival
A two-day art and craft
festival will be held from 9
a.m.-5 p.m. Feb. 23 and 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 24 at the St.
Augustine Amphitheater.
Admission to and parking at
the amphitheater, 1340-C
A1A South, is free. For infor-
mation, call 352-344-0657.

Beach Walk and Talk
A Beach Walk and Talk at
Hanna Park, 500
Wonderwood Road, will be
led from 10 a.m.-12 p.m.
Feb. 26. Parking lot 4 is the
meeting place. The ocean-
front park is part of the
Great Florida Birding Trail.
Participants should dress for
the weather and location.
The program is for all ages,
but some of the terrain
makes it inappropriate for
strollers. Admission fee $3
per vehicle.

Outdoor Observations
Outdoor Observations will
be held from 2-3:30 p.m.
Feb. 28 at Castaway Island
Preserve, 2885 San Pablo
Road S. Participants will see
what's happening in the
wild in Northeast Florida at
this Preservation Park, locat-
ed on the Intracoastal. The
program is for all ages.
Meeting place is the educa-
tion center.

Art Exhibit at Beaches
The Beaches Museum, 380
Pablo Ave., Jacksonville
Beach, is showing art by
Gordon Russell in the
Dickinson Gallery. Russell's
show, Coastal Atlantic, will
be exhibiting through March
29. Hours are 10 a.m.-4:30
p.m. Tuesday thru Saturday.
Art Exhibit at GTM
Research Reserve
The photography of
Robert Storm-Burks is on dis-

play at the GTM Research
Reserve through March 31.

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Scott takes BFAS on road today

John Scott, organist and
director of the renowned
choir of men and boys in
New York City, gives his first
Beaches Fine Arts Series
(BFAS) concert at 7:30 p.m.
The concert is being held
at St. John's Episcopal
Cathedral, 256 E. Church St.,
Jacksonville, where the organ
has recently undergone an
upgrade, said Kathy Wallis,
executive director of the
Beaches Fine Arts Series.
"The cathedral organ has
been recently restored and
enlarged," Wallis said in a
telephone interview this
Scott, 51, "one of the fore-
most organists in the world,"
Wallis said, is organist and
director of music at Saint
Thomas Church on Fifth
Avenue in New York City.
Before moving to New York
in 2004, he spent 26 years at
St. Paul's Cathedral in
London, where he began as

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Organist John Scott
assistant organist and soon
became sub-organist.
In 1990 Scott succeeded Dr

Christopher Dearnley as
organist and music director,
training and directing the
choir and overseeing the
development of the cathe-
dral's music program.
Under his direction, the St
Paul's Cathedral Choir
toured extensively in Europe,
Japan, and North and South
America, made many widely
acclaimed recordings,
worked with a number of dis-
tinguished orchestras and
ensembles and gave world
premieres of works commis-
sioned especially for them.
Scott's career as a recitalist
has taken him to five conti-
nents. His many recordings
include the organ sonatas of
Elgar, organ music by
William Mathias, the com-
plete organ works of Durufl6
and Mendelssohn, as well as
two discs of music by Dupr6.
Scott's performance this
evening, which is free, will
include works by Handel,
Bach, Mathias and Grainger.
Doors open at at 6:45 p.m.,
and seating is on a first-

come, first-served basis.
Scott's concert is one of
two in the fine arts series
that will be held in
Jacksonville this season,
Wallis said.
The normal venue is St.
Paul's By the Sea Episcopal
Church in Jacksonville
Beach, but it was unclear at
the time she booked Scott
whether St. Paul's organ
would be out of service,
Wallis said.
The organ at St. Paul's is
scheduled to have its reeds
redone, she said.
Next month, BFAS brings a
new performer to the series,
Wallis said Tomaseen
Foley, a native Irish story-
teller whose performance
also includes a "world-cham-
pion Irish dancer," a singer
and some musical instru-
ments, she said.
The concert is set for 7:30
p.m. Friday, March 14 at St.
Paul's in Jacksonville Beach.
Photographer Amandine
Benomar is the visual artist
for today's performance.

Movie tie-in

books boost


Movie tie-in books may
seem like a cheap and shame-
less way to repackage a one-
time best seller, but they
undoubtedly spark new copy
sales and boost readership,
industry analysts say.
Take, for instance, "No
Country For Old Men"
(Vintage Books, $14.)
The 2005 best seller by
Pulitzer Prize-winning author
Cormac McCarthy is the basis
for an Oscar-nominated film
of the same name.
Sales of the dark crime
novel, adapted for the screen
by Ethan and Joel Coen, have
spiked in recent months, due
in large part to its movie tie-
in edition, which features a
glossy still from the film on
its jacket cover.
McCarthy, once dubbed the
"Shakespeare of the West,"
has -been adapted for the
screen before ("All the Pretty
Much of the clipped dia-
logue in his book made its
way to the screen, including
the film's signature phrase,
"It's a mess, ain't it sheriff? If
it ain't it'll do til a mess gets
But there are interesting
subtexts in the book that the
Coens couldn't cook down
into a tight screenplay, such
as the backstory of disillu-
sioned Sheriff Ed Tom Bell
(Tommy Lee Jones), a Bronze
Star recipient in World War II
with a wartime secret.
Llewelyn Moss (Josh Brolin),
who served two tours of duty
in Vietnam as an Army sniper,
has a- touching, albeit brief,
relationship with a teenage
Bell has an equally moving
encounter with Moss's father
at book's end.
And Bell's relationship with
his own father, hinted at in
the film's final scene, can
only be fully understood -
and appreciated by reading
McCarthy's subtle prose.
"My daddy always told me
to just do the best you knew
how and tell the truth," the
character says in the book.
"He said there was nothing
to set a man's mind at ease
like wakin up in the morning
and not having to decide who
you are.
Truth is a major theme in
"No Country for Old Men,
and "you can't corrupt it,"
the book says, "any more
than you can salt salt."

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Spreading the gospel of spiritually uplifting music, energy and pure soul for more than 60 years, the Grammy award-winning Blind
Boys of Alabama join the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra for a Pops concert at 8 p.m. today and Saturday at Jacoby Hall.
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Name:Bran takes shape

Brandon Flores knows a
thing or two about marketing.
As a former solo artist per-
forming as Name:Bran, he has
an innate understanding that
image as everything
The 26-year-old rapper and
musician developed a solid
reputation as a skilled rapper, a
born lyricist and an overall
nice guy that blurred the edges
of the typical hip hop scene.
Name:Bran is still distinctly
Flores with an full band sound
delivered by guitarist Justin
Watson, drummer Brett Livsey
and DJ Import.

The band with artists Shawn
Fisher, Robin Banks, Always
Autumn and Bury Me Standing
will perform a benefit concert
for the I.M. Sulzbacher Center
for the,Homeless Friday, Feb.
29, at Freebird Live, 200 1st
Street N., Jacksonville Beach.
Doors open at 7 p.m.
Admission is $10 and all pro-
ceeds will go directly to the
center to help the homeless.
It was after a benefit last
November at the University of
North Florida that the idea of
an expanded band began to
take shape.
"I have always been a rapper
but I listened to lots of differ-
ent music," Flores said in an

interview Wednesday. "I was
having issues with rap because
there are so many boundaries.
It is so limiting. This gives us
an opportunity to broaden
what hip hop is."
Flores was rapping freestyle
with the acoustic backing of
other musicians that also
played the bill. The sound eas-
ily and effortlessly became the
framework of the rock-rap style
that continues to evolve.
Watson and Livsey quickly
signed on after being intro-
duced to Flores. They recog-
nized his talents and were

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Name:Bran, featuring (from left) DJ Import, drummer Brett
Livsey, frontman Brandon Flores and guitarist Justin Watson,
perform' Feb. 29 at Rock for a Cause at Freebird Live.

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Classical guitarist Ben Verdery (above) and legendary French guitarist Pierre Bensusan will perform today at the 15th annual
Great Guitar Gathering presented by the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts guitar department. The event, also featuring the
high school musical talents of the Douglas Anderson Guitar Orchestra, will be held at 7:30 p.m. at the Florida Theatre. Tickets are
$23.50 for adults and $13.50 for students. Proceeds will benefit the school's guitar program. For information, call 346-5620.

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The Players Community
Senior Center, 175 Landrum
Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach,
offers an E-Bay class from
2:30-4:30 p.m. Feb. 22. Call
280-3233 for information.

Income Tax Assistance
*The Neptune Beach Senior
Activity Center, 2004 Forest
Avenue, in cooperation with
AARP Tax-Aide, is offering free
tax-filing help for middle- and
low-income adults, with spe-
cial attention to those 60 and
older. The assistance is offered
from 12-4 p.m. every Friday
through April 11. Each filer is
required to bring current tax
forms, copies of all W-2s, 1099
forms and other proof of'
income, along with last year's
tax return, receipts, cancelled
checks and any other perti-
nent information. Social
Security cards are required for
every person listed on the
return, and a photo I.D. is also
required. Appointments are
available, but are not required.
Tax service without an
appointment is offered on a
first-come, first-served basis.
All returns E-Filed. Call
270-1688 for information.
The Players Community
Senior Center, 175 Landrum
Lane, Ponte Vedra Beach, will
offer free tax assistance via
AARP. Counselors will be
available Mondays from 9
a.m.-1 p.m. running through
April 14. Each session lasts 45
minutes, and pre-registration

is required. Call 280-3233 to
make an appointment.

Health Seminar
A health seminar will be
held at 1 p.m. Feb. 28 at the
Neptune Beach Senior Activity
Center. Healer One will pres-
ent the holistic teaching of
the Brennan Healing Science.
Reservations are not necessary.
Call the center at 270-1688 for.

March Monday Movie
Matinee Madness
Every Monday, the Neptune
Beach Senior Activity Center
serves popcorn, candy and a
soda for $2 to go along with
Monday Movie Matinee
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March 3, "Elizabeth: The
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Band: Performs Feb. 29 at Freebird Live benefit

Cont. from B-1
eager to embark on a shared
venture under the umbrella of
his established skills.
"This is a new beginning but
we weren't going to make him
start from scratch. He had
established himself enough,"
Livsey said. "People appreciate
Brandon. he is familiar to a lot
of people. We didn't want
them to overlook us."
Flores is quick to defend his
choice to branch out. The
approach is different but his
lyrics and message are still the
same positive flow he devel-
oped as a solo artist.
"We have definitely main-
tained the rap aspects," he
said. "Nothing has changed in
how the lyrics are constructed.
It has more of a rock feel but in
the same breath with all of the
elements of hip hop."

Watson said the creative
process is equal parts play-
ground and production. Out of
-a three-hour session, maybe 45
minutes is devoted to making
music but the other two, hours'
and 15 minutes are not spent
in vain.
S 'We just start messing
around and all of a sudden we
will hear something and be
like 'let's go with that,"
Watson said. "Brandon will say
"oh, I already have, lyrics
down.' That's how it works."
With Mikhail Vlasov spin-
ning under the name DJ
Import, Name-Bran is taking
off running. The band is fea-
tured on the soundtrack of a
documentary film with the
original title track "Born to
The song is available on the
band's MySpace page at
and at
Flores is eager to prove him-
self as a capable and talented
artist but the band is also selec-
tive about when and where
they will play.
"We don't jump on every
bandwagon," Flores said, not-
ing that he took the time to
research the Sulzbacher Center
before he agreed to sign on.
Band manager Adrian
Semerene suggested the
Sulzbacher center after touring
the facility as part of a high
school Young Leaders of
Jacksonville program,
"It was really impressive," he
said. "When we were trying to
decide who do do a concert for,
it kept coming back to me. It
just made sense. Every dime
will go to them."

The benefit proves to be as a
diverse an event as Name:Bran
"It is really different. Every
band [on the bill] is complete-
ly different," Semerene said.
"There is a little something for
Name:Bran is a unique group
of artists committed to chang-
ing the landscape of hip hop
and giving back to a communi-
ty that has given them so'
"We practice in my garage in
Dolphin Cove and my neigh-
bors don't call the cops," said
Flores of the Ponte Vedra digs
he shares with his wife.
Said Semerene, "When they
do show up, they are great.
They say just tone it down,
don't turn it off."

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Garden Week March 9-15 at Cummer Museum

Music and the, visual
arts will create a new
experience for you
this Sunday, Feb. 24, at the
Jacksonville Museum of
Contemporary Art.
Enjoy a special concert fea-
turing contemporary music by
Philip Pan and Rhonda
Cassano of the Jacksonville
Symphony Orchestra with
new music by Jacksonville
composers Paul Marquardt
and Peter Szewczyk.
You can hear contemporary
art as well as see it. This is
also Family ArtFusion Day
from noon until 4 p.m.
The subject is Musical
Instruments: Let's make
music with art. Enjoy this
Family Free Day. This
Wednesday, Feb. 27, from
noon until 12:45 p.m. enjoy a
luncheon gallery talk by
George Kinghorn, deptuy
director and chief curator,
who will speak on the current
exhibit, "Contemporary
Visions: A Focus on
Jacksonville Collections."
A boxed lunch will be avail-
able fo ten dollars. The muse-
um is at 333 North Laura
Street, Jacksonville. Call 266-
6911, ext. 215.
* *
Mark your calendar for
Garden Week on March 9-15
at the Cummer Museum of
Art & Gardens.
Festivities include a Sunday
picnic and putting party,
Fashion Show by Sharon
Batten, Hat Luncheon, Floral
Demonstrations and Guest
Lecture Luncheonss by Mary
Palmer Dargan, landscape
artist and author, Pauline
Runkle, floral designer and a
Gala to be held at the home
of Helen Lane. For tickets call
A new exhibit will open
March 9 the Cummer entitled
"Ernest Hemmingway -
Three Weeks in Cuba." Next
Saturday, March 1, is Literacy
and Family Day from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Enjoy live music,
storytelling and art projects
for the entire family.
Admission is free thanks to
Blue Cross Blue Shield of
'* *
The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra announced it
will open a new exhibit by
photographer Jay Shoots on
Feb. 29 entitled "Portraits."
Shoots has lived in Atlantic
Beach for many years with
his wife Linda Broadfoot who
is also a prize wining photog-
rapher. Both artists are pho-
tographers who create the
extraordinary and the unusu-
A reception will be held
from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. The
exhibit will be at the Cultural
Center through April 8 at 50
Executive Way, Ponte Vedra
Beach. Call 280-0614.

Internationally recognized
artist Sherry O'Neill will be
presenting a workshop at the
Center on Feb. 27-29. Learn
to experiment with oils,
acrylics, watercolor and col-

lage to create truly original
art. Make reservations by call-
ing 280-0614.

The Beaches Fine Arts Series
will hold its first fundraiser
on Saturday, March 1, at 6:30
p.m. at the Wilson Center for
the Arts, FCCJ South Campus.
Tickets are $75 per person
which includes delicious
food, drinks and the music of
the Kelly Scott Jazz Quartet.
Silent auction items include
original works of art, jewelry,
trips, dinners, spa packages
and much more.
The Beaches Fine Arts Series
has provided free monthly
musical programs for beaches
Residents for many years.
Tonight John Scott of
London, England, will pres-
ent an organ program at St.
John's Episcopal Cathedral in
Jacksonville as arranged by
the Beaches Fine Arts Series.
Call 270-1773.

The Jacksonville Children's
Chorus and the African
Children's Choir will be in
concert at the Times Union
Center for the Performing
Arts, Jacoby Symphony Hall,
on Saturday, March 8, at 8
p.m. Call 346-2007 for infor-
mation and tickets.

Support your local commu-
nity theater by attending "Art
.Epicure," on Saturday, March
8, at the Selva Marina
Country Club.
Entertainment will be by
Lubva Skava, Gene Nordan
and Harry Leeds, Sally Kenny
and enjoy international cui-
sine. Call 949-0989 or visit

The Women's Center of
Jacksonville will be holding a
workshop tomorrow, Feb. 23,
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with
sculptor Diane LaFond at Still
Point Fine Art Stu;dio, 8444
San Jose Blvd., Jacksonville.
Call the Women's Center at
* *
First Street Gallery is cur-
rently featuring "At The
Water's Edge," photography
and Paintings by Linda Olsen.
The exhibit runs through
March 21 at 216-B First
Street, Neptune Beach. Call
* *
The Artistree Gallery and
Working Artist Studio, the
Beaches' newest Gallery, will
host an Art Show and Open

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Stellers Gallery Annex is featuring an exhibit of nationally-recognized oil painter Henry Von Genk III at 200 First Street in Neptune
Beach. Stellers is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and.on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. 247.7200.

House Saturday, Feb. 23, from
6-9 p.m. The Artistree
Gallery is the collaborative
vision of Kathy Frosio,
Heather Blanton and owner
of The Artistree Inc., William
The gallery will feature a
new artist each month. The
paintings of Atlantic Beach
artist James Lynch will be fea-
tured at the Feb. 23 opening.
Lynch's most recent and
most visible local work is the
Whales mural at 3rd Street
and 17th Avenue North.
Lynch received international
attention in 2004 when he
constructed a 62-foot statue
of Jesus in his studio. The
pieces were assembled on-site
in Monroe, Ohio, next to
Meyer is a faux painter by
trade, specializing in custom
wall treatments for homes
and businesses. He will be
joined by fine art photogra-
pher Heather Blanton and
artist Kathy Frosio as artists
in residence, working onsite
and encouraging visitors to
watch the magic happen.
"We hope parents will
bring their children, not just
to see the artwork, but to see
how it's created," Frosio said.
For more information, call
Meyer at 434-2185.

Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 7 p.m.,

Friends of the Ponte Vedra
Library present the University
of North Florida Faculty
Woodwind Quintet in a free
concert at 151 Library Blvd.
Call 285-5037 for more infor-

The Beaches Museum, 380
Pablo Ave.,,Jacsonville
Beach, is showing art by
Gordon Russell in the
Dickinson Gallery. Russell's
show, Coastal Atlantic, will
be exhibiting through March
29. Hours are 10 a.m.-4:30
p.m. Tuesday thru Saturday.

The photography of Robert
Storm-Burks is on display at
the GTM Research Reserve
through March 31.
An ecologist and marine
biologist, Storm-Burks has
been accorded numerous
opportunities to photograph
unique creatures in more
than 28 countries.
His photography is avail-
able for purchase through the
Friends of the Research
Reserve in the Research
Reserve's Nature Store.
* *
A two-day art and craft fes-
tival will be held from 9 a.m.-
5 p.m. Feb. 23 and 10 a.m.-4
p.m. Feb. 24 at the St.
Augustine Amphitheater.
For information, call 352-


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FlatBlack poses during practices Feb. 9 in a converted garage in Palm Valley at the home of the band's founding members,
Serena Bass (left) and her father, Ronny Bass (right). Completing the group are (in front) Terry "Woody" Wood (left) and Daniel
Angers, and (back) Charles Duren (left) and Tom Hilton. FlatBlack opens for Leon Russell tonight at Freebird Live.

The Atlantic, 333 N. 1st St.,
Jacksonville Beach. 904-249-
3338, Tonight DJJade spins old
wave and 80's retro from 10
p.m. to close. On the other side
DJ Infader plays hip hop and
Top.40 songs form 10 p.m. to
Every Saturday DJ *Marco
entertains with Top 40 and
dance tunes from 9 p.m. to 2
a.m. He is joined by DJ Wes
Reed spinning 80's, remixes
and mash-ups from 10 p.m.
until close.
Acoustic rock with Charlie
Walker, Funktion and Acme in
the main bar every Wednesday.
Thursday night is ladies night!
All ladies drink for free 10 p.m.
to 1 a.m. $2 Miller Light and $3
cocktails are offered while DJ.
Infader and DJ Wes Reed spin
hip hop and retro. Happy Hour
is Tuesday to Friday from 5
p.m. to 7 p.m. with two-for-
one cocktails and $1 off all
sushi rolls in the newly opened
sushi bar. More information
available at www.the- and
Bo's Coral Reef, 201 5th Ave.
N., Jacksonville Beach, 246-
9874. DJs and female imper-
sonators weekly.
Culhanes Irish Pub, 967
Atlantic Blvd., Atlantic Beach,
249-9595, Happy Hour is
every Tuesday to Fiiday from 4
p.m. to 7 p.m. Every
Wednesday is Pub Trivia start-
ing at 7:30 p.m. Every Friday
live music is performed from 9
p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24 the Glas,
Na Tara's Irish Dancers perform
at 4:30 p.m.

For more information visit
Fionn Maccool's Irish Pub
and Restaurant, 333 First St.
N., Jacksonville Beach. 242-
9499. Happy Hour with Spade
McQuade, 7-11 p.m. Sunday.
Ron Perry, 8 p.m. Tuesday.
Comedy 8 p.m. and Jimmy
Solari, 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Eighties Night with live music
from Freeze Frame, 9 p.m.
Freebird Live, 200 N. 1st St.,
Jacksonville Beach, 246-BIRD.
Flat Black kicks off the week-
end opening for Leon Russell
tonight. Tickets available at the
door. Saturday, Feb. 23 Paul
Thorn performs an all ages
show. Sunday, Feb. 24 Bayside
performs with Straylight Run,
Four Years Strong, The Status
and Lookalive.
More ticket and performance
information is available at

Mackenzies Steakhouse,
100 Sawgrass Village Drive,
Ponte Vedra Beach, 543 -9143.
Murray Goff performs
tonight at 8 p.m.
Saturday; Feb. 23 the
Johnston Duo performs at 8
p.m. They also perform
Sunday, Feb. 24 at 5 p.m.
More information available
at www.mackenziessteak-
Ocean Club, 401 1st Street
North, Jacksonville Beach.
Tonight and every Friday is
ladies night with no cover
charged. $3 Smirnoffs all night.
DJ Wes Reed spins hip hop,

dance, electro and remixes in
the OC Bliss room. DJ George
Torres spins your favorite Top
40 songs in the Tiki Bar.
Every Saturday the Infader
spins Top 40 music and Mash
Ups. Live music and UFC pay-
per-view in the OC liquor store.
$12 premium cocktail pitchers
and $15'premium L.I.T. pitch-
ers are offered. $2 Miller Lights
all night. NFL tickets are avail-
able all day in the OC liquor
store on Sundays.
Enjoy industry standard
Sunday nights with: DJ Capone
spinning dance and live video
in, the OC Bliss, Lonely spin-.
ning rock & roll in the OC
liquor store and Pili Pill playing
live reggae oceanfront in the
Tiki Bar. $1 wells arid $3 premi-
ums offered. More information
available at www.oceanclub-
Paco's Mexican Grill, 331
1st St., Jacksonville Beach, 208-
5097, Matt Still plays every
Thursday, live music is per-
formed every Friday. 74 Sound
System Reggae DJ's every
Happy Hour Monday to
Friday from 2 p.m. until 5 p.m.
Sunday offers NFL drink spe-
cials and bottomless mimosas.

Twisted Sisters Cafe, 1266
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Beach, 241-6453. Friday, Feb.
22 Alexander Seier plays from 7
p.m 9 p.m. for dinner, then
Chris Cook from North
Carolina who was recommended
by our very own Deblois, will
take the stage at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 23 celebrate
Goddess Night hosted by The

Body Gallery, check their web-
site,, to
see what they are all about! The
Sweet Low Down will perform
at 9:30 p.m. Jake McCain does
his solo acoustic thing from 7
p.m. 9 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 26 is Song writ-
ers circle starting at 7 p.m.
Tuesday Night Ping Pong
League begins at 7 p.m. with 2
for 1 happy hour all night.
Wednesday, Feb. 27 Cason
plays acoustic music for our
weekly wine tasting with local
art from Betsy Lewis from 6
p.m. 9 .p.m. Trivia starts at


The Atlantic, 333 N. 1st St.,
Jacksonville Beach. Jocelyn &
the Geronimos host Karaoke-A-
Go-Go every Tuesday. Service
industry drink specials offered,
$2 premiums, drafts, bottles
and house wines. Everybody
else drinks $3 wells and $2
domestic drafts. All sushi rolls
are $1 off.
Lynch's Irish Pub, 514 N. 1st
St., Jacksonville Beach. Karaoke
is held at 9:30 p.m. every
Monkey's Uncle Tavern,
1850 3rd Street S., Jacksonville
Beach. Karaoke every Tuesday,
Wednesday, Saturday and
Sunday with a contest at 11
p.m. every other Thursday.
Spare Time Tavern and
Grille, 1728 3rd St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach. Karaoke
every Wednesday.


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Your child may have 20120 eyesight
but 0/0 vision. The difference is critical.
Eyesight is merely the basic ability to see.
Vision is the ability to identify, interpret,
comprehend, and act on what is seen,
Routine vision tests performed by school
personnel or by most eye care professionals
measure eyesight. They do not include
the kinds of testing that can find visually
.' '" -: related learning problems.
Our VIP (Vision Improvement Program) can diagnose and successfully treat
vision problems that are often reflected in the following behaviors:
Unable to sit still; cannot stay on task for any
length of time,
SVery clumsy; p 'or eye-hand coordination.
Does written work very slowly; often fails to
conlplete a task.
lHas difficulty copying visual material:
constantly looks up and down.
Moves entire head instead of eyes when
Reversals for example confusing the words
"was and saw'" or letters "h an( d".
Is disorganized and frustrated when studying
visual infonnation.
Makes frequent, "careless" errmors
If your son or daughter, age 7-18, has one or more of these behaviors, call
246-1952 today to schedule an evaluation for vision-related learning problems.
It coutl be the most important phone call you will make during his/her school years.
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Name: Buddy
Age: 7 years old
Gender: male
Breed: miniature dashshund
Coloring: red
Residence: Ponte Vedra


Owners: Vicki and Paul

Favorite pastime:
with the Hoffman's

other dog

Vicki adopted Buddy from the Humane Society 4 years ago. He
was missing a leg and faced a very uncertain future. For 4
years he would have play dates with Vicki's fiance's Golden
Retriever, Harper, and Jack Russell, Tater. Buddy and Tater love
to "rassle" and run through the house, and Harper simply toler-
ates both of them. Since moving in together, Harper and Tater
have taught Buddy to howl. They all three sit at the window and
howl at whoever walks by. The photo above won Buddy a spot in
the Humane Society's 2008 Furry Face Calendar.
To submit your pet to The Beaches Leader / Ponte ledra Leader weekly Pet Tales please
email or call (904) 249-9033 and ask for Kristin. You may
also stop by our office for information, 1114 Beach Blvd, Jacksonville Beach, Fla. 32250.

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Whether it has four legs
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Children's Events at Barnes
& Noble
Children's events are offered in
February at the Barnes & Noble
in St. Johns Town Center. The
number to call for information
is 904-220-2720. The events are:
*Feb. 22 at 10:30 a.m.-
Children's Story Time/Dental
*Feb. 23 from 12-1 p.m.-
PAWsitive Pets reading assis-
tance program featuring four-
legged friends.
SFeb. 29 at 10:30 a.m.-
Children's Story Time/Our
Funny Bodies.
February Children's
Workshops at
Cultural Center
*Art Around the World work-
shop will be held from 2:30-6
p.m. Feb. 25 for ages 8-10 at the
S Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra
Beach. The instructor is Amber
Sesnick. Youngsters will travel to
different countries and learn
about worldly cultures through
- art using paint, clay and mixed
media. The cost to members is

$55; for non-members it's $70. Museum in June 2007.
*Green Eggs Purple Crayons, Participants will learn more
for ages 3 and 4, runs from 10- about what is being planned
11:30 a.m. Feb. 28. In the art- and need to RSVP at least one
based literacy workshop, the .week before the scheduled date.
instructor captivates young lis- -All sessions begin at 12 p.m. on
teners as she reads a book and ; athe following dates: March 18,
leads the kids to create art from* Southeast Branch Library; April
a variety of different media. The ..1, Bartram Trail Branch Library;
cost to members is $25; for non-: April 8, Hastings Branch Library;
members it's $30 April 15, Ponte Vedra Beach
Branch Library; and April 29,
Kids Count 'Anastasia Island Branch Library.
The first Captains Club Kids' For information about the
Count Junior Angler Inshore Children's Museum of St. Johns
Fishing Tournament and Fish' 'and'series of community round-
Fry will be held March 1-2. The tables, visit
fishing tournament will be or e-mail
Saturday, with the fish fry
Su.uaat4r n A -. t Fn i -nfrmn.

Autistic Bowling
An Autistic Bowling League is
underway at Beach Bowl in
Jacksonville Beach. The six-week
league, which started Feb. 2, is
for all ASD kids. The Saturday
bowling begins at 12:30 p.m.
The cost of $5 per session
includes shoe rental. Shacks are
provided. Each child gets to roll
a full 10-frame game each week.
An ABA therapist is on hand to
help anyone who needs assis-
tance. There will a party at the
end of the six weeks, and all par-
ticipants will receive a trophy or
medal. For information, call
Mark Skoog at 642-2115 during
the day, at 536-5810 at night or,
on weekends, or via e-mail at
Easter Egg Hunt
Registration is underway for
the Jacksonville Beach
Recreation and Parks
Department's 25th annual
Easter Egg Hunt, free to all par-
ticipants and starting at 11 a.m.
March 15 at Tall Pines Park. Rain
date is March 16. Categories
include toddlers 2 and under, 3-
4 year olds, 5-6 year olds and 7-
8 year olds. Parents are allowed
to accompany toddlers and
small children only. Prizes will
be awarded in each category for
prize eggs. The egg hunt is limit-
ed to 110 children, so registra-
tion is required. Registration for
Jacksonville Beach residents
runs through Feb. 29. If spaces
are available, open registration
will be held Feb. 25-March 7. To
register, call Recreation and
Parks at 247-6236.
UNF Youth Sports
and Fitness
Open registration for the UNF
Youth Sports and Fitness sum-
mer camp runs Feb. 25-May 30.
All registrations must be made
in person. The camp, which will
be held June 9-Aug. 1, is for kids
aged 5-14. For information
about the camp, call 904-620-
2998 or go online at
s/camps.htm. To register, pick
up a camp packet at the UNF
Osprey EcoCamp
Registration for the Osprey
EcoCamp, for children ages 7 to
12, is underway at the UNF
Arena. The camp starts June 9
and runs througlb.Aug. 1. There
will be no camp July 7-18. For
information about the Osprey
EcoCamp, call UNF at 904-620-
1810 or go online at
mmer. To register, pick up a camp
packet at the UNF Arena.

Children's Out-of-School
STe Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach offers out-of-school
Start; on a teachers in-service day
March 21. In Print It, youngsters
will discover the world of print-
Smaking using cloth, textured
paper and colorful paints. The
'class, for ages 6 to 9, runs from 9
,a,.i;.-' p.m. and costs $40 for
members and $50 for non-
' inembers. Call Jessica at 904-
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Jax Golf & Country Club, 3994 Cattail
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What we have: 4706sf., 5BR/4BA; very
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Beachside Ct. 1883sf, 3BR/ 2BA, frplc.,
nice, quiet cul-de-sac. Short walk to
beach, next to Beach Ave. Reduced to
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NEPTUNE BEACH, 4/2, 1500sf, large
corner lot, 72'x118', remodeled kitchen
4yr. old roof, 2yr. old A/C. plumbed
with PVC. Appraised at $385k, Asking
$329,900, Jim 662-6522.

J bXxE Cff.' 5:t2BA, 2300st On 2 lots. NEW ELEGANT 3BR/2BA home, 2140
New roof, heat pump, plumbing & siding. sqft, on golf course; 125x150 lot,
$360,000 OBO. 249-8637. $464,900. 33 Fairway Lane (Jax Beach).
A.. Af' I ,u OA A AP3,oA o.,l,.- ,, Call (904)813-4890.

AILANTIC BEACHn, 3Bor3BA, 3o ulicW tou
ocean, 1700sf.,,short walk to shops and
restaurantsll $399,000. (904)333-9463.

Nice 3/2, garage, fenced yard, screened
porch, new roof, hardwood floors. Only
$199,900. Possible lease purchase. All
closing costs paid. Call June @ 994-3608,
Remax Advantage.
PONTE VEDRA Landing, $179,900, pre-
foreclosure/ short sale. 2BR/2BA, all tile,
one car garage, fenced yard; open .&
bright floor plan, very nice. Call June at
994-3608, Remax Advantage.
PONTE VEDRA, Affordable 3BR/2.5BA
townhomel Community pool, tennis
$274,9001 Call to seel All South Realty,

FSBO, NB, 3BR/2BA +office. Lovely
beach home, all white brick. Many up-
dates and amenities, 2254sf.
MLS#376506. $399,900, 1106 Hagler Dr.
West. 241-6514, 655-7831. Make Offer!
Small conage on 100' oceanfront lot.
Ponte Vedra schools, Guana Preserve to
the West. $925,000 OBO by March 15th.
Owner/ broker 535-9915.
3 kitchens, 3 baths; 3 unitsfr Or O house;
walk to beach. As is/ invest, $375K OBO.
PONTE VEDRA, TPC Sawgrass, Bermu-
da Court, 2BR/2BA. $60K renovation:
granite counter tops, new cabinets, Re-
uced $249,900, 655-5990.

SEASONS AT Kensington, 2BR/1.5BA
townhome, end unit, gated community. VILANO BEACH, FSBO, 3BR/2BA w/2car
$139,900, 994-0016, 434-7219. garage, 1 block to beach, large fenced
yard. $279,000. (904)228 7630.

S. JAX. Bch, Built in 2000, 3/2, tile floors,
plantation shutters, Sunshine Park neigh-
rhood. $374,500. Call 728-2191.
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QUEENS HARBOR, $999,900. 4828sf
6BR/5BA, wooded, marsh/ ICW views. For
details: Robert Upchurch (904)238-1808.
The Real Estate Resource.
w/formal LR & DR, large FR w/fp. Home
on lake w/rear fenced garden. 2 blocks to
beach. $595,000. (904)610-4994.
ATLANTIC BCH townhome, 1100sf, 2BR/
1.5BA. Fantastic condition. $249,000.
GREAT 3/2 starter home in Ft. Caroline
area w/garage. Completely renovated out-
side & in. 20 year maintenance free sid-
ing, new floors & appliances; new master
bath, fenced yard. Partially furnished, ev-
erything Included. $3500 losing cost plus
$1000 Rooms to Go gift card. Bring all of-
fers, $194,500. (904)537-6161.
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3BR/2BA, OAK Harbour, 1227 Nipigon
Ave., A.B. huge fenced-in yard, all new
inside, 4 blocks from boat ramp, ample
parking for boat/RV. $179K. 246-0737.
house, large fenced yard, stone fireplace,
new carpet. 2153 Featherwood Dr. E.
Owner relocating and must sell. Reduced,
$209,900. (904)280-2728 Iv. msg.

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out, Jax Bch, 5 1/5 blocks to beach, 4/3,
fenced backyard, 1 1/2 car garage. New
appliances, cabinets, carpet, tile, win-
dows, doors and stucco. Ready for some-
one to give yard loving care. $330,000.
Call 545-4002 for appt.
ORIGINAL PONTE Vedra, 532 Lake Rd.
Waterfront, rebuilt 2006, over 4000sf.,
5BR/4.5BA, separate inlaw suite.
$1,999,000. ReMax Specialists, Tom Lu-
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PVB- OCEAN Grove, 2BR/2BA, garage,
beach access, lake view, 1070sf. FSBO,
will sacrifice for $199,500. 904-221-8458.
BEAUTIFUL 2BR/2BA, Ocean Grove.
Many upgades include: hardwood floors,
tiled patio, water softener. Complex offers
great pool, fitness center, media room and
beach access. Asking $179,000 w/garage
available for $10,000. Call 543-1276 for
an appt.
Completely renovated 1/1 on lake w/gran-
ite, tile, SS, new carpet, paint. $143,500
includes 1 year prepaid dues, $1500 in
closing costs, $500 gift card to Rooms to
Go. Partially furnished. Maryanne,
JAX BCH luxury 3/3 corer unit condo w/
magnificent ocean views. $549,000.
ATLANTIC BEACH- Sevilla, 2BR/2BA, 1st
floor, end unit. Gated Community, approx..
1400sf., hardwood floors, plantation shut-
ters thruout, Newly remodeled kitchen,
covered parking. Sacrifice at $222,000.
OCEAN VIEWS 2/1, new fresh paint,
great location, $900/mo, McGuire Mort-
gage, 246-9915.
FSBO JAX Bch. Luxury, 2BR/2BA,
1357sf. Fee 'paid thru June. $339,900.
241-4544 or 993-3882.
MIRAVISTA- ATLANTIC Blvd. at the Intra-
coastal waterway. 3BR/2BA approx.
1690sf, 2nd floor unit with 10ft ceilings,
elevator service. 1 car garage, includes:
water, cable, pool, spa, fitness center.
Gated community w/ marsh views. Avail
3/16/08 and on. $1799/mo.
beach, Will co-op. $175,000. Call
COSTA VERANO fabulous ocean front
end unit, 3/3, over 2200sf, priced below
market, Call Shirley Lee, Owner/ Broker,

JAX BEACH- the Palms, gated, 2BR/ 2BA
new luxury condo w/ garage. Vaulted ceil-
ings, washer/ dryer, pool & fitness. Only
$168,000, lease/ buy option. (904)472-

OC FRONT first floor unit with Florida
room. Walk out back door and you are on
the beach. Daily or weekly rentalallowed.
Reduced to $289,900. Call Assist 2 Sell,

806-A 3rd St. Neptune Beach
Neptune Beach Lots w/Dock
permits in hand. From
"Sunset View" with tidal water
access. Great for small boats
and jet ski's. From $649,000
3 New Subdivisions at the
Beaches. Lots start at $239,900
3 contiguous separately platted
lots in Vilano Beach. Green
water, Gold coquina and
Spectacular sunrises.
Custom home building on your
lot or ours. Best lot selection at
the Beach. 20 years experience
building at the Beach.
Call Steve Jarrett @
904-591-5914 mobile
904-247-7000 office

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MYPORT IANDINO 2/2 townhome, 980sq', new carpet. Nr Mayport Naval Station. $114,900
JAX BEACH Vista Del Mar 1/1 condo, 833sq', pool, clubhouse. Priced to sell $264,900
AwYPORT IANDINO 2/2 townhome, 980sq', upgrades, new carpet. $725 mth
HIDDEN COVE 3/2 1542sa' home. Near Mavoort Naval Station. Small pets Ok $1,175 mth

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PRICE REDUCED 100K MiraVista in-
vestor liquidation, 2674st. w/garage on
marina. Value $799K. Sell $699K. Turn
Key Long term lease in place. 40' slip ad-
ditional $159K. (904)463-2845. Only Buy-
ers/ Investors. No Brokers please. Equity
trade considered.

BOAT SLIP. Near ICW, ground floor,
washer/dryer, tile floors, carpet in master
bedroom, clubhouse, pool, tennis, boat
ramp/ storage, slip large enough for 50'
yacht. $300,000. Lease/ Purchase OKI
A1A Realty Services, Inc. 249-8855.

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4443- Royal Tem Ct -4BR.
5BA. Florida living at its
finest Custom interior fin-
ishes, covered lanai,
pool/spa. Dock & access to
ICW. $1,191,000. Gypsy
Aloxandor Judy Smith
Offered by original owner
who selected for fabulous
view. Watch the golfers
from delightful screened
porch. 3BR/2BA, great
room, FP & wet bar. 2CG.
$479.000. Joyce Reesh
Extraordinary molding,
coffered 20' cigs. 4BR,
5BA. .library, office. Brick
exterior. Lagoon to golf
cul-de-sac setting. Awe-
some outdoor living area.
$2,195.000 Joyce Reesh
MBR & BR's 2 & 3, study
on 1" floor! Tons of
storage, wood floors,
granite tops, screened
pool/spa. 5BR/5BA & 2
bonus rooms. 5,300sf.
$1,195,000. Michelle Floyd
- Jayne Hoffman
Amazing vistas, resort
pool, surround sound
theatre room, fitness
center, 4BR/4.5BA Pent-
house residence. 4,065sf
of living space + 585sf of
terrace areas. $2.690,000.
Jayne Hoffman
2BR/2BA condominium in
Sawgrass Country Club.
Beautiful end unit
townhouse style featuring
one upper and one lower
master suite. Priced to
sell. $309,000. Dennis
REDUCED $200,000
Across for the ocean with
lagoon in back. Perfect
setting for this 3BR/3.5BA.
Updated, bright and fresh.
Lots of windows.
Bulkhead, dock w/boat
ramp. Pool. $2,195,000.
Joyce Reesh
Approx 3,000sf,
3BR/3.5BA + study. The
ultimate In finishes. Over
50' of ocean frontage with
walls of windows. Patio &
Beach walkover. 2-car
garage. $2,899,000 Kim

Located approx. 6 blocks
north of Beach Blvd., this
1.62 acre parcel is heavily
treed and ready for one or
more homes Bring your
building plan. $495,000.
Joan Swanson
2nd floor unit w/numerous
upgrades to make it
special. Overlooks wood-
lands & preserve. Quiet &
private. Very low condo
fees. 2CG. $399.000.
Dennis DeSlmone
Located in Old Palm Valley
on quiet cul-de-sac and
backing up to a forest/
preserve area. Beautiful
wood firs & great floor plan.
5BR/4BA, $552,000. Jayne
Hoffman Michelle Floyd
One of the last buildable
lots east of AlA. In a small
community with million
dollar homes. Close to
Ponte Vedra Inn & Club
and Lodge. Walk or bike to
beach $329,000. Dennis
Hallmark Condominium
built 1996. 4BR/4BA end
unit. Electronic hurricane
shutters, pool & luscious
manicured grounds. Live
in paradise. Gated
community. $1,750,000.
Donia Tyner
This home is being sold in
"as is" condition. Great 75'
lot on the ocean with a
cinderblock home that has
28x55' foot print. Home
could be remodeled, tom
down or possibility to go
up. $925,000. David Darch
"Better than new" eastern
exposure, newly bulk-
headed 130' on PV
waterway. Brazallan cherry
firs, fabulous kitchen,
Outdoor FP. Stroll to
Clubs. $1,349,000. Klm
3BR/2BA well cared for
ground floor unit. New
carpet. All appliances, 1-
car garage and extra
storage. 9' ceilings. FP.
Ideal location close to
shops & beach $198,500.
Dennis DeSimone

1.41 acres zoned CO adj.
to the UofF & Shands
Hospital. Excellent dev-
elopment opportunity for a
doctor's or medical prof.
office. $615,000. Deborah
2BR/2.5BA town home.
Screen porch faces lagoon.
Tile floors on main floor.
All appliances & security
system incl. Near tennis.
pool & shops. $198,000.
Suzanne Carll-Amett
2BR/2BA, 1,614sf condo,
wide panoramic views and
great elevation. Sunrises
&. cool ocean breezes from
the wrap-around porch.
$845,000. KIm Marlin-
Custom, open & bright
w/wall of glass to enjoy
golf-water view. Ideal flow
to entertain. True' outdoor
living w/huge screen pool &
cook center. 4/BR/4BA.
3,900sf. $1,249,000.
Joyce Reesh
2BR/2BA oceanfront condo
with spectacular views and
finishes. Travertine floors.
granite, stainless and
custom kitchen cabinets.
Fabulous marble baths.
Move in ready $585,000.
Olivia Seaman
Just south of Jax is a
quaint, beachside comm.-
unity where you can find
this 4BR/4BA, 2.614s( fully
furnished oceanfront home.
Privacy and spectacular
views awaits youl
$1.250,000. Al Chafin
Summer never ends in this
1BR/1BA, first floor villa.
Comes fully furnished with
cookware, linens, dishes,
TV and washer & dryer.
Across from ocean Rents
well $248,000. Joan
Spacious 58R/3.5BA home
on oversized lot with room
for a pool. Expansive
kitchen with SS and solid
surfaces. Large master
suite with gorgeous master
bath. $449,900. Suzanne

2BR/1.5BA, No Pets, $900/mo.
NORTH JAX Beach, 1BR $615/mo., 28R
$715/mo. 1 block to Ocean. Pool. No
pets. (904)249-5368.
brand new carpet, washer/ dryer. Fourth
house from the ocean. Just painted. Patio.'
Extremely beautiful/ charming. Cable & In-
ternet provided. $1100/mo. 887-9595.

ATLANTIC BEACH small ocean front 1BR
garage apartment. 354-4491.
2BR/1BA, W/D, private beach access,
750sf. $1400/mo. Includes utilities. No
pets. (904)487-4536.
So., lyr. new, 3BR/2.5BA, 1700sf, master
suite w/jacuzzi, balcony, tile first floor,
W/D included, 2 car garage, fenced yard.
Small dogs considered, $1600/mo. +1/mo
dep. Call 249-6150.


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T 1368 Cove Landing Dr
A 103 16th Ave S. Unit A
A 101 16th Ave S. Unit A
A 103 16th Ave S Unit B
C 25 Jardin De Mer Place
C 1800 The Greens Wy 412
A 217 Hopkins Street
H 664 Lake Stone Circle
C 13364 Bch Blvd #107
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JAX BCH near ocean 1 & 2BR apts.,
lease, references, $750- $795/mo,
222 4th Ave. So., 221-4134,703-5518.
OCEANFRONT- 2BR/2BA condo in S.
Jax Bchl Pool, clubhouse & more!
$1350/mo. All South Realty, 241-4141.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2BA spacious bright
end unit, garage, lanai, pool, gated, close
to JTB, blocks to beach, $1250/mo.
3BR/2.5BA, 1900sf., 1/2 block walk to pri-
vate beach. $1650/mo. 334-7155.

ATL. BCH Townhome, 2BR/2BA, fire-
place, jacuzzi, fenced in side and back
yard, 1450sqft., 4.5 blocks to beach, 3
blocks to Town Center. 184 Poinsettia St.
$1195/mo. 629-2628.
NEAR PONTE Vedra, 1 block beach, qui-
et, safe area, lower 2/1, CH&A, W/D in-
cluded. $895/mo. Lease, deposit, refer-
ence. Small pet OK. 993-1118.,

ATLANTIC BEACH, newly renovated,
2BR/1.5BA TH, w/direct beach access,
$1750/mo, (904)234-5565.
1BR balcony, ceramic tile floors, WDHU,
walk-in closet, assigned parking, $875/mo:
($900 w/washer+dryer). Ocean View,
160 7th Ave. N. 993-2555.
2BR/1.5BA. Spacious 1500sf on cul-de-
sac by nature park. Built 2001. New carpet
upstairs & tile downstairs. CH&A, W/D.
$975/mo. (904)610-2743..
LARGE 3BR/2.5BA townhouse, 1400sf.,
DR, kitchen, 3decks, ocean view, garage,
WDHU, CH&A, blinds, carpet, tile.
$1350/mo. +$1000/dep. NO PETS.
201 Margaret St. Neptune Beach.
ICW- VERY nice newer Wolf Creek Town-
home 3BR/2.5BA, 1 car garage,
$1295/mo. Owner/ Realtor. Call June

* Senior Discount
* Pets are welcome
* Washer/Dryer Connections
* Water & Pest Control Incl.
* $99 Security Deposit
2130 Mayport Road, Atlantic Beach

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* 2BR/2BA, Mayport Landing $650-.
$825/mo. Close to base.
+ 2BR/1BA, Quad Ct. New carpet, tile
& appliances. $650/mo.
+ 2BR/2BA, The Courtyards, new
carpet. community pool. $775/mo.
Neptune Beach
+ 2/1 Apt. Oceanviews, water
included Cute Unit. $1000/mo.
Jax Bch
+ 2/1 End Unit Apt. walk to beach,
patio in back. $800/mo.
* 4/3 Duplex near hospital-fenced
yard, 1 car garage. $1400/mo.
+ 3/3 Condo, tile & upgraded kitchen.
2 car garage. $1700/mo.
Call us for
Professional Property Management
Call 249-2322

7th Street North, $1100/mo. +deposit.
JAX BEACH- 2BR/1BA, just 7 blks. to
beach! Garage space. $750/mo. All South
Realty, 241-4141.
LARGE 1 bedroom. Excellent location. 1
block to ocean, clean. No Pets. $675/mo.
642-1214 and 241-1219.
2BR/2BA condo w/club pool, just steps to
beach $1100/mo. All South Realty,
FURNISHED ONE bedroom stone guest
house on scenic canal. All utilities includ-
ing cable with all movie channels, full
kitchen w/utensils, laundry room. Beautiful
setting, pool, palm trees. Must see.
$210/wk Available now (904)349-3434.
2BR 2BA townhouse w/ den. Energy effi-
cient, LR, DR, kitchen, skylights, deck,
CH/A, WDHU, carpet & tile. $1100/mo.,
$800/dep. No pets. 102 Poinsettia St., Atl
Bch. 241-2624.
ATL BCH, Courtyards, 2/2, ceramic tile,
WDHU, $800/mo. TDO Management.
JAX BCH, 2BR/ 1BA, CH/A, 1 car gar,
Just two.blocks from ocean at 221 7th
Ave. N. $990/mo. Avail. now. 866-2645.
NEPTUNE BCH, 1003 3rd St., 2/1, carpet,
W/D, $850/mo. TDO Management
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR home, fenced
yard, all appliances, inc. W/D. Available
large loft, pool. No pets. $825/mo. +dep.
853-6005, 982-4932.
JAX BEACH 2.5 blocks to ocean,
1 BR/1BA. $710/mo. 655-5367, 803-3099.
PONTE VEDRA, 2BR/2BA condo, E of
A1AI $845/mo. All South Realty, 241-
NEPTUNE BCH. 2150 Florida Blvd.
2BR/1.5BA, renovated 2005, WDHU,
fenced back yard, credit check, No Cats/
Non-smoking. $800/mo. (904)221-5833.
Villas, new, 3/2.5 townhome, $1195/mo.
TDO Management (904)246-1125.
ESPLANADE AT Town Center, 1/1, up-
per, garage parking, $925/mo. TDO Man-
agement. 246-1125.
ATLANTIC BCH 3BR/2BA home, next to
Russell Park, 5-1/2 blocks to beach, steps
to tennis courts & skate park, double ga-
rage, security system, large front & back
yard, all tile. 562 Vikings Lane. $1350/mo.
ATLANTIC BEACH, close to ocean,
2BR/1BA, kitchen equipped, newly remod-
eled, WDHU, CH&A. $950/mo. 241-3077.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 1332 Main St.,
2BR/1.5BA duplex, $700/mo., 891-0606.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3/2, furnished,
$1600/mo., unfurnished $1500/mo., pri-
vate apartment, fenced yard; two blocks to
beach & Town Center; 332 First St.
(904)249-0767 or (904)318-0044.

CH/A, WDHU. East of 1st St. $795-
$895/mo. 241-RENT, 733-3730.
JAX BEACH, super clean 2BR/1BA,
CH&A, ceiling fans, dishwasher;
$775/mo. +deposit. No pets. Available
now. 614 4th St. No., 254-7644.
2BR 1.5BA duplex townhouse, comer of
6th Ave S. and Gonzales. Fenced yard,
eat in kit. $800/mo. 396-4843 or 662-
MAYPORT/ ATL Bch., Brick townhome,
CH&A, WDHU, 2 & 3BR's, $750 &
$875/mo. 724-9994, Ashley
JAX BEACH, 1 block to ocean,
3BR/1.5BA townhome, CH&A; patio 8
deck, $1350/mo. +$1000/deposit. 520 So.
2nd St., 280-2728 leave message.

103 16th Ave. So., Jax Beach, 2BR/1BA,
lower apartment. No dogs. $995/mo.
217 Hopkins St., 2BR/2BA, patio home,
fenced. $1195/mo. All deposits equal one-
half rent. Lawn service included. Broker
Owner 249-8766..
S. JAX Bch, 1.5 blocks to ocean.
2BR/2.5BA townhouse, all appl., 1300sf.
covered parking. $1100/mo., lyr lease. Nc
pets, no smokers. (303)588-1090.

NEPTUNE BCH, 233 Magnolia, 2/1, car-
pet/ tile, garage, $950/mo. TDO Manage.
ment. 246-1125.
1BR/1BA condo at The Palms at Marst
Landing. Country Club amenities.
$825/mo. 616-6617.
2 BLOCKS to beach, 2/1, WDHU, large
deck, 214 8th Ave. S. $900/mo, $900 dep.



We got rentals.
Too many to list.
All areas.
Homes, condos and

241-5501 221-1711

2004 CLAYTON home, 3BR/2BA, excel- Efficiency, $650/mo. 1BR/1BA, $750/mo.
lent.condition; take over payments. Call water included. Call 241-9822.
894-8044. JAX BEACH, 2.5 blocks to ocean, large
2BR/1BA, CH&A, W/D, deck. $995/mo.,
M 655-5367, 803-3099.
3 COMMERCIAL Lots w/plans & engi- BEACHES STUDIO Apts., efficiency, 2
neering for warehouse/ office. 950 11th blocks from beach, $550/mo +dep.
Ave S. $865K. Call (904)509-0812. 249-6748.

MOBILE HOMES. $525 to $575, on pri-
vate lots. Near Mayport Naval Station, no
dogs, 333-5579.

Spacious, 1500sf. Built 2003, New carpet
& tile. CH&A, W/D. Easy bike to beach, 95
Dudley St., $950/mo. (904)610-2743.

SUMMER HOUSE, 1BR Bungalow, fire-
place, ceramic tile/ carpet. $1050/mo.
TDO Management (904)246-1125.
NEPTUNE BCH 2BR/1BA, deck, garage,
includes water & gas, $1250/mo, no dogs,
463-0222, 465-2653
1 BR w/separate study, balcony racing
ocean, wood floors, washer/dryer.
$950/mo. 2224 Ocean Drive South

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1-1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave. South,
1BR/1BA $650/mo., Credit Check
wood floors, $1450/mo. Pets ok. 321 9th
St. N. 534-2120.
PONTE VEDRA. Spacious, sunny,
3BR/2BA Townhouse, wood floors. Quiet,
secure neighborhood, close to Beaches,
shopping, St. Johns School District, JTB.
$1095/mo. Call 285-7162.
VERY NICE 3BR 2BA house, Ig gar., new-
ly renovated. Convenient to Wonderwood
Expwy. 3217 Hampsted Ct. $1000/mo.
2 BLOCKS to beach, Jax Beach,
2BR/1BA. $950/mo. 210 7th Ave. S.
LARGE 3BR/1BA apartment, new CH&A,
laundry, water included. Military discount,
NEPTUNE BCH, near ocean. Nice mod-
ern well taken care of 2BR Apt. All amen-
ites, $980/mo. Also 1 BR'Apt $775/mo.
2BR/2BA new carpet, fenced back yard,
1158 Songbird Lane, $800/mo, $700 dep.
280-2728 leave message.
2 blocks to ocean! WDHU. $895/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.
PONTE VEDRA, Treehouse at the beach.
2BR/2BA condo, high ceilings 1200sf., al-
most new appliances/carpet. Natural pre-
serve views. W/D, fireplace, garage. East
of A1A. $1145/mo. Janet Wells, 635-6375.

JAX BCH, 3/1, 2.5 car gar., fenced yard,
$1200/mo. 836 9th Ave. N. 318-0044.
home. 3 car gar., totally renovated, granite
in kitchen & baths. Unfurnished, long term
$2495/ mo. Also avail, furnished, short
term. 537-4083.
3BR/2.5BA, 2 story, split bedrooms, ga-
rage, Girven area. $1250/mo. 626-3780.
3BR/2BA home w/fenced yard. 1-2 yr.
rental or lease to own. $1000/mo. Avail
4/1. Call Rick 891-2345.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2.5BA, 1600sf.,
Mexican tile downstairs with 9ft. ceilings,
garage, WDHU, large fenced back yard.
Easy access to beach, Navy base & Han-
na park. First month rent +deposit,
$1050/mo. Avail. now. 550 Dutton Island
Rd. 610-4556.
3BR 2BA house, kit., .DR, LR, CH/A,
WDHU, hardwood floors/ carpet, g. 2 car
carport, $1200/mo. $800/dep. NO PETS.
1651 7th St. S., Jax Bch. 241-2624.

3/2, 2-story, gorgeous lake view, guard/
gated, tennis, pool, lawn service. Pets ok.
Non-smoking. Avail. April 1st. $1900/mo.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 2 blocks to ocean,
2BR/1BA, newly remodeled, carport, party
deck, $925/mo. No smokers. (865)789-
FAIRFIELD PVB, 3BR 2.5BA, 2 car gar.,
gated, comm. tennis, pool & gym. Partially
furished, lawn care incl. $1850/mo. Avail.
4/1/08. Prefer long term. (904)742-4375
PONTE VEDRA, TPC Sawgrass, Bermu-
da Court, 2BR/2BA. Completely renovat-
ed, $1175/mo., 655-5990.
NEP BCH, walk to beach from this charm-
ing 3/2 w/ fenced yard & garage.
$1400/mo. 280-5142.
JAX BEACH, 6 year old 3BR/2BA; granite
countertops, SS appliances; immaculate
condition. $1750/mo. 607-9078.

S. JAX BEACH. 3BR/1BA, convenient to
schools, shopping & beach $900/mo. All
South Realty, 241-4141.
4 BLOCKS from beach, 2BR/2BA, sun-
room, big kitchen, WDHU, W/D option,
shaded fenced yard. Excellent condition,
nearly new appliances. $1100/mo. in-
cludes credit on utility. 1 year preferred.
No pets. Jax Beach. (904)502-5910.
EAST OF 1st St., 111 Palm Place, Nep-
tune Beach, 2BR/1BA, office ,2 car ga-
rage, dishwasher, WDHU, ocean views.
$1500/mo. 382-8259.
JAX BEACH 3BR/1.5BA, approx 2000sf,
double carport, fenced in back yard,
8 blocks to ocean. 834 16th Ave N.
$1300/mo +$1000 security deposit.

PONTE VEDRA, East of A1A. Short walk
to ocean. Just remodeled, 2/2, 1100sf.
Garage & fireplace. Granite kitchen and
bathrooms. Large tile living areas. Fresh
lively paint. Stunning 5" baseboards, new
carpet, new sinks, new oil rubbed bronze
light & plumbing fixtures. All appliances in-
cluded. Oversized rooms. Plenty of side-
walks and slow streets for strolling. Low
utility cost with new insulation, windows
and doors. $945/mo. Call (904)881-0895
for appt.
PONTE VEDRA Beach, 2BR/2BA, 1st fl,
F/P Summer House. New appliances,
W/D, carpet. super amenities: Beautiful
clubhouse, heated pool, theater, pub
room/ billiards, tennis, 24/7 Fitness
center. Available now. $995/mo.

NEPTUNE BEACH, 3BR/ 1BA, 4 blocks to 3BR/ 2BA condo, S. Jax Bch. Great loca-
ocean, $500/dep. $1200/mo. First month tion. Hardwood floors, frplc., vaulted ceil-
1/2 off. Call John at 463-2033. ings, $1200/mo. Call (904)703-0986.

RENOVATED, 2BR/2.5BA, 2 story, East
of AIA, Jax Bch. New everything.
$1390/mo. Pets OK. (904)803-3099.

3/2 MARSH LANDING, 2nd floor, W/D,
fireplace, pool, fitness, 612-9172, 612-

ATLANTIC BEACH Townhouse. 363 OCEAN FRONT Condo, Jax Beach, 1/1,
Aquatic Dr. 3BR/2BA, $1100/mo. plus de- WID, quiet beautiful pool, $1350/mo,
posit. 982-0416. 249-6166.

House w/ fenced yard, 2BR/ 1BA,
screened porch, eat-in kitchen, livingroom,
diningroom. Short term' considered.
$1350/mo. 607-2794.
PONTE VEDRA, 3BR/2BA, 1car garage,
private, years lease. $1250/mo. 294-5498.
JAX BEACH, 3BR/2.5BA Townhouse,
fenced yard, $1200/mo. 820 11th Ave. S.
Dimension One Mgt., 635-2488,
3BR/2BA, large fenced yard in beautiful
Seabreeze, 17 Oaks Drive. $1300/mo.
NEPTUNE BEACH, 4/2, large corner lot,
remodeled Inside, 4 blocks to beach,
close, to Jarboe Park. No pets.
$1590/mo., 662-6522.
JAX BEACH, 2/2, sun room, office,
1600sqft., one block to beach, $1200/mo.,
3BR/2BA, 1300SF, fenced yard, CH&A,
WDHU, fireplace, garage, wood floors,
new carpet, playset in backyard, pets ok
with dep. 1 year lease, avail, in March.
$1300/mo. 1045 23rd Street N. JB.
ATL. BCH, 2/1, LR, E, EKWDHU, 1000sf.
$950/mo. TDO MGMNT. (904)246-1125.
ATLANTIC BCH 3/2 CH&A, utility room,
fenced in front & back yard. 2571 Montreal
St. $1000/mo. 1-888-259-0783.
NEPTUNE BY the Sea, beautiful 3/2, re-
cently remodeled, tile floors, jacuzzi tub,
large fenced yard, lawn service. No pets,
$1700/mo., 249-2921.
ASHTON PARK: Monument and McCor-
mick, 15 minutes to Mayport Naval Sta-
tion, 2/2, fireplace, garage, $950. Florida
Coastal Realty: (904)249-7676 #2.
JAX BEACH, Beautiful 3BR/2BA, 1700sf.
2 car garage, fireplace, washer/ dryer,
fenced yard, lawn service, great neighbor-
hood. $1500/mo. 568-0428.
painted, carpeted, WDHU, fenced yard.
NEPTUNE BCH, 1800SF., 3BR/2BA +bo-
nus room. Newly remodeled, new applian-
ces, W/D. Big backyard. $275/pet deposit.
$1450/mo. 1st & last, includes yard serv-
ice. Avail. Apr. 1st. 1-904-753-6113.
ADORABLE, 3/2, newly renovated home
in Ponte Vedra. Wood floors, fenced yard,
quiet neighborhood. $1295/mo. Lawn
service incl. Call 476-5071 for an appt.
2BR/2.5BA, completely remodeled, new
appliances, beautiful lake view, screened
in patio deck, 5 10 minutes from beach-
$1200/mo (904)686-0068.

rage! Community pool, tennis & more house flat. Large kitchen appliances, ce-
Convenient to schools, shopping & beach rr e tile. Lots of closets. Close to Beach,
$1150/io. All South Realty, 241-4141. vlpon 64 West 5th St., $10007i6,
ATI 'ANTIC BCaHU ir-nb n f iit !furnishdr '465"2163

A~ ILANI-I IL tU\ ocean r mr~ lursisiea
house 4BR/4BA. 354-4491.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, Great area,
fresh paint. WDHU. No pets. $1300/mo.
(904)246-5165, (904)891-8522.
fenced yard, $1050/mo. Call 221-0612.

3BR/2BA, 2car garage, fireplace, built
2003. Community pool and gym. Only
$1500/mo. includes asso. fee and yard
maintenance, Call Rose (904)403-5536.
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delMar, lovely condo, sleeps 4, pool, Call
THE PALMS, Jax Bch, 1BR/1BA, full
amenities, gated community, tile, open
floor plan. $875/mo. 651-2603.
THE GRANDE Reserve, 2BR/2BA,
12,00+sf. W/D, garage,' all amenities.
$1099/mo. 220-6603.
2BR/2BA, GROUND floor, end unit w/ga-
rage, close to pool, plenty of storage. In
The Palms @ Marsh Landing, $995/mo,
Jamieson, (904)234-0115.
PALMS AT Marsh Landing- 1st floor,
2BR/2BA, hardwood floors, granite, marsh
view, $1000/mo. 904-613-7605.
recently painted, new washer/ dryer,
screened lanai. Available Immediately
$975/mo. (904)504-8895.
SPOTLESS 2/2 PVB condo io Grand Cay
Villas; gated community, 2nd floor,
screened in lanai facing woods, fireplace,
WID, storage unit, pool & hot tub, fitness
center. No pets, please. (904)246-9063.
Brisas, 601-South 1st Street. Furnished/
Unfurnished. Available Immediately. Call
FREE RENT first month, 2BR/2BA, Jax
Beach, all appliances, $1000/mo.,
PONTE VEDRA, Excellent 2BR/2BA, 2nd
floor, woods views all rooms, neutral col-
ors, almost new appliances/ carpet, high
ceilings, W/D, fireplace, garage. Walk to
beach. $1145/mo. Janet Wells, 635-6375.
PVB, 2BR/2BA, beautifully decorated with
wood floors and tile. $1100/mo. 868-6886.

Mar. thru Apr. 21st. Walk to beach & golf
course in Sawgrass Country Club.
$2000/mo (904)543-7700, (904)625-6868.
4BR/4BA, weekly, monthly, yearly. Call
OCEANFRONT Atlantic Beach, furnished
4 BR condo, rent long or short term, (904)
OCEANFRONT 1BR or 2BR, daily/ week-
ly/ monthly, pool, 463-7343.

IC WEST- Atlantic Beach or PVB,
$650/mo. Call June, 994-3608.
vate bath. Beach & Kernan or Beach &
San Pablo. 534-3732.
share house in The Courtyards, near May-
port Naval Station. $400/mo. includes
electric, water, W/D. 249-4367 (nights),
899-9293 (days).
SHARE 3BR/2BA home With responsible
individual. No deposit. $450/mo. All
utilities included. Near Atlantic & Regency.
Hickory Creek area, w/private bathroom,
$550/mo +$225/dep Includes utilities, ca-
ble, W/D, free internet. Jimmy 838-1635,
June 568-6245.
3 BR Townhouse to share, $425/mo. + 1/3
utilities, 3 blocks to beach, 708-7755.
NICELY FURNISHED room, clean, quiet
home. Utiltles included, $450, 333-2624.

ROOM FOR Rent in Portside, kitchen priv-
ileges. Call 992-6737.
ROOM FOR rent during Bike Week in
Daytona Beach, References exchanged.
ROOM FOR rent in my home near ICW.
Hot tub avail. $650/mo. incl. util. Call
NICE, CLEAN 3BR/2BA. $400/mo. +utilit-
ies Call 334-6266.
JAX BEACH, clean, complete cable; kitch-
en privileges, 241-3377.

Prime class-A space for lease. On Isabella
Blvd. Walk to Starbucks in S. Jax Beach.
1230sf. Below market rate. 5% Broker
Commission. 910-2256.
EAST ARLINGTON- various sizes w/large
windows. Easy access to Downtown,
Beachs & 9A. Includes electric, janitorial,
conference room. Long lease not required.
Call (904)642-8600.

2/2 CONDO, PV Bch, ated w/amenities. JAX BEACH, 711 S. 3rd Street. Single
Call David 294-6940. roomoffices, $375 & $415/mo. TDO Man-
Call David 294-6940. agement, 246-1125.

first month free 1/1, ground floor in Ocean
Grove, $775, clean and updated. Also, fur-
nished 2/2 in The Palms, $1100, Florida
Coastal Realty: (904)249-7676 #2.
N. JAX Beach, new, tri-level, 3BR/3.5BA
w/garage, 1/2 block ocean, W/D. Furnish-
ed $2100/mo., Unfurnished $1900/mo. No
pets. 268-7095, 626-8215.
PVB, 2BR/1.5BA TH Very clean & nice.
$895/mo. Avail now. (904)333-3844.
JAX BCH luxury 3/3 corner unit condo w/
magnificent ocean views. $2100/mo.
JAX BEACH, newer 3/2, garage, fireplace,
1500sf, $1295/mo., will consider lease op-
tion, 463-7343.
1000sf totally remodeled & absolutely
new. Oceanviews from all rooms. New
granite & cabinets in kitchen & bath. New
Ile, paint, windows & appliances. Walk-in
custom closet with built-ins. Covered park-
ing. Water included, $1195/mo. Low utility:
lies (904)881-0895.
OCEAN GROVE IN PVB, 2/2, $950/mo.
Top Sell Realty 270-0222.
SPACIOUS CONDO at The Palms. 3/2
w/garage, $1200/mo., 242-9173.
ATLANTIC BEACH, steps to ocean, beau-
tifully renovated 2BR/2BA. $1200/mo.
1yr. lease. 887-5005.
JAX BEACH-. The Palms, gated,
2 BR/ 2 BA new luxury condo. Vaulted
ceilings, washer / dryer, pool & fitness.
Only $1000/ mo. (904) 472-4039.

S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
front condo. Monthly/ Weekly. 241-0267.
nished homes & condos! From $700 per
week! All South Realty, 241-4 41.

12X12 ROOM inside office building. Fur-
nished or unfurnished. 2320 3rd St., Ste
11, Jax Bch. $500/mo. The Beaches Real-
ty Group 249-2299.
JAX BEACH office space w/kitchen for
tion area on Beach Blvd. $375/mo, in-
cludes utilities, janitorial, high speed inter-
net, 465-2505.
OFFICE SPACE, retail setting, turn-key,
Beach Plaza City Center. 242-9000 x222.

Sbo- -Nd

* Conference Room
* East of A1A/
walk to beach

SClose to shopping/
For more information,

(904) 543-7000

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hearing assistance, to participate in this
meeting should contact the City Clerk's
Office no later than 5:00 P.M., the day of
the meeting.
Lisa Volpe, CMC
City Clerk
BL 2/22/08

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CPR/ AED First Aid. Responsibilities: Part
time positions available at the Winston
Family YMCA for an energetic and re-
sponsible lifeguard. Duties performed in-
clude staying alert and'keeping a close
watch on pool users to maintain safety,
enforces pool safety rules and YMCA
guidelines, maintains a professional and
courteous relationship with staff and mem-
bers, and always monitors and follows
safety and risk management guidelines.
Work Hours: Monday- Friday and week-
ends. Early morning and afternoon shifts
available. Contact: E-mail resume to or fax
(904)296 6465. Applications can also pe
completed at Winston Family YMCA.
Pablo, an assisted living community, has a
great part-time concierge/ receptionist po-
sition available from 4-8pm for a 20 hour
work week. Atria Senior Living Group of-
fers a competitive salary and part-time
benefits. Come join a team that has fun
serving our senior population. For more in-
formation, call (904)821-9900. We are 1o-
cated directly across from Mayo Clinic, off
San Pablo Road.
LAW OFFICE in Atlantic Beach, part time.
Telephone, data entry, & typing. Fax re-
sume to: 247-7003 or call Vicky 247-8989.
PROGRESSIVE Dental Team looking for
experienced, outgoing, RDH for Mon.,
Tues. & Wed. We are about providing our
finest and best dentistry. If this sounds
good to you, call 904-273-9999 or after
hours 904-824-0842.
AFTERNOON CHILD care worker, Ponte
Vedra School. Call 285-2965.

Neptune Beach Public Safety Department
is accepting applications for Lifeguards.
Must be 16 yoa or older, must pass Drug
Screening test and Pre-employment Phys-
ical Agility Test. First Responder or Multi-
Media First Aid a plus. Current ID and
Social Security Card required. Apply at:
Neptune Beach Public Safety Dept., 200
Lemon Street, Neptune Beach. Mon.-Fri.,
9am-5pm. NO PHONE CALLS. Applica-
tion Forms cannot be mailed Deadline:
March 27, 2008. AA/EEOC

Julian LeCraw & Co. seeks ind. to provide
exceptional concierge services to resi-
dents incl. poolside services, beach shut-
tles & event planning. HS diploma. Valid
DL. Salary/ benefits. To apply:

- Needed for.. Home- Health and Hospice
,"Shifts: starting at $19/hr. Apply with North
" Florida Health Services, at or call us at

HELP WANTED classifications in this
newspaper are intended to announce gen-
uine current job openings. No fees may be
charged to the prospective employee. Ads
for self-employment or business opportu-
nities appear under the Business Opportu-
nities category. Ads which may require
payment of fees for employment informa-
tion, guidance or training may appear un-
der Job Service. Should any Help Wanted
advertiser ask for a fee or if the advertiser
is offering a product or service rather than
a job opening, please notify The Beaches
Leader, 249-9033.

MEDICAL OFFICE/ family practice- Front
office staff, full/ part time. Fax resume to:
NAPA AUTO Parts now hiring experi-
enced parts professionals & drivers. Valid
D.L. & good driving record. Apply in per-
son 336 N. 3rd St., Jax Bch. EOE.
Full-time position available to right person
at our oceanfront condominium. General
maintenance work including cleaning,
painting, pool cleaning, overseeing con-
tractors, and other reasonable duties .as-
sociated with condominium upkeep. Non-
smoker, good personality skills a must.
Above average pay, good working condi-
tions. Send resume to: Maintenance Posi-
tion, P.O. Box 49245, Jacksonville Beach,
FL 32250.
LIQUOR STORE Clerk, Bartender, Door
Person, Must be able to work days,
nights, weekends, and holidays. Must
pass drug test and background check.
Call Robert @ 465-0149.

Taxi Drivers needed to work Beach and
Intercoastal areas, at least 23 yrs. old,
good driving record. Call 249-0360.
FRONT DESK positions available at busy
pediatric office at the beach. Fax resume
to: 249-7323.
Line Cooks, Kitchen utility, Host/ Hostess
needed for high volume, intracoastal wa-
terway restaurant, top money working with
great staff. 285-0139.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT (back office),
Beach location, internal medicine office.
Competetive salary. Experienced only
need apply. Faxresume: 241-0831.

NEEDED for home health & area hospi-
tals. To apply visit our website @ or apply in person,
North Florida Health Services, 710 3rd St.
N., Jax Bch. 241-1656.

NEEDS FULL time Hostl Hostess & Ex-
perienced Servers with open availability.
Apply within 1018 North 3rd St., Mon- Fri,
2pm- 4pm.

Needed for home health & area hospitals.
$8/hr. To apply visit our website @ or apply in person,
North Florida Health Services, 710 3rd St.
N., JaxBch. 241-1656.

Lawn service seeks individual to perform
dependable quality work. Excellent pay &
overtime available. Crew Leaders wanted.
Perschel Brothers Services, Inc. 246-
growing personal training company. Expe-
rience is a must. Superior Image Personal
STAFF ASSOCIATE, computer skills nec-
essary. Please call Ponte Vedra Valley at
Marsh Landing Country Club in Ponte Ve-
dra Beach is currently seeking labor need-
ed for golf course landscaping. Experi-
ence preferred. Must have strong work
ethic. Excellent benefits after 90 days with
opportunity to advance. Apply in person
only at the Marsh Landing Clubhouse
Tuesday Saturday. Call 285-6514 for
FRONT DESK Associate in sales. Starting
salary $8.00/hr. M-F, 8:30am-5:30pm. Fax
resume to: (904)278-6172.
SOUTH BEACH SALON has chair rental
available. Call Jerry, 673-3639.
Experenced. PFT. Ponte Vedra." Cli or
fax resume to: 285-3128.
5pm, M-F, Jax Bch office. Must have ex-
cellent customer service experience. Need
excellent people skills. Please fax resume
to (904)246-9008.
Lead Man trainee. Experience preferred.
after 5pm.

Katie, free to good home, 241-7853.
mguinnl for pics.

LOST SIAMESE cat on Roscoe Blvd.,
Sat.; small female, blue eyes, 12 years
old. Named Zoe. 571-3544.
HOMELESS PETS for adoption- Cats &
dogs. 246-3600.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or


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FULL-TIME at a Premier Retirement Com-
munity. Experience required. Interior and
some Exterior painting. Excellent benefits.
Applications at Fleet Landing Security
Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., Atlantic
Beach, FL; Fax to 904-246-9447; e-mail to EOE/ Drug-Free
employs individuals in a variety of posi-
tions. For a listing of current opportunities
please visit us in person at 11 N. 3rd St.,
2nd floor, send an e-mail to:, or visit our
website: Drug free work
environment, EOE, P.
HOUSEKEEPER, FT, Mayo Clinic area;
must love animals. No cooking. Referen-
ces required. Experienced. 619-2120.
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
struction Personnel (Skilled and Unskil-
led), with transportation, excellent pay,

BEACHES CAR Wash- full time help
needed, Wages negotiable+ tips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beach Blvd.

Full/ part time sales people needed. Apply
at Sea Shells & Coral, 230 North Board-

Growing company Is adding lead operator
at Southside facility. Must have experi-
ence in commercial environment and.
training others. Mon.-Fri., 7am-4pm. Ben-
efits, vacation, paid holidays. Apply in per-
son at Hurricane Armor: 10302 Deerwood
Park Blvd., Suite 200. Best wages for
those that can demonstrate skills.
COUNTER HELP, Dry Cleaners Ponte
Vedra area. Call 285-5644.
BOOTH RENTAL available in Atlantic
Beach Beauty Salon. $150/wk. 247-4307.
BARTENDERS: GREAT pay. Celebration
Liquors. Call 992-6665, 11am-3pm.
for state of the art Beaches practice. Sur-
gical and comp exp a plus, pleasant per-
sonality and exc communication skills a
necessity. Full benefits including retire-
ment., 247-0111.

AL'S PIZZA at 635 A1A North now hiring
AM and PM Dishwashers and Cashiers.
Please apply in person.

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Great opportunity to work in an oceanfront resort with
terrific earning potential. We offer an excellent benefits package
including medical/dental, life insurance, sick and vacation days,
and discounts at our retail outlets, golf course and spa.

Apply in person to:
607 Ponte Vedra Boulevard, Ponte Vedra Beach
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We offer competitive wages, excellent benefits,
opportunities for advancement and
a caring management staff.
Please apply in person Tuesday- Friday. 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. or by appt.
1000 PGA TOUR Boulevard; Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Job Hotline: (904) 280-7070

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IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified

ADVERTISERS IN this category are not
offering jobs. They are offering job-related
services and may charge fees. Readers
are advised to exercise caution before giv-
ing credit card information over the phone
without knowing what specific product or
service they wil receive.

,SEE ,*tIT : investor for trade
shows in Jacksonville. More info

WARNING: WHILE this newspaper does
not knowingly accept business opportunity
ads which require you to pay a fee to get
information or that refer you to 976-or 900-
phone numbers which will result in sub-
stantial charges to your phone, bill, the
newspaper cannot guarantee the validity
of offerings in this classification. If any ad-
vertiser requires you to incur phone serv-
ice charges or pay a fee to leam the na-
ture of the opportunity, please report it to
The Beaches Leader, 249-9033.
SALON 4SALE Beach area. $45k OBO.
Call 434-0840, 881-0312.

OPENINGS FOR 1 to 3 year olds, full or COUCH & Loveseat, must see, excellent
part time. Refs, good hours & rates. Call condition, cream color, $450 for set.
220-7493. Please call Samantha at 813-2085.

I will pamper your children. CNA/ HHA/
CPR/ First Aid. Flexible hours (back-up
your babysitter). 645-1813, 338-2200.

Private CNA/ HHA, exp., CPR/ First Aid.
Flexible' shifts. $10-12/hr. Call 645-1813,
SEEKING P/T Caregiver, needs own
transportation, would be responsible
for light housekeeping, cooking, run-
ning errands. Days needed would be
Mon, Sat, and Sun, 10am-7pm. Referen-
ces required. Call 904-241-9042.
years experience seeks new position. Ex-
tremely dependable and caring.. Excellent
references. Call Leslie 612-4751.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
VERY DEPENDABLE & honest, state cer-
tified CNA that will provide good quality
care in your home or facility. Call Sahdra,
Providing the best CNA'S, HHA's and
Homemakers/ Companions to care for
your loved one at home, hospital, nursing
home, assisted living. Up to 24-hour care.
Affordable Rates. (904)725-8222.
es. Reasonable rates. Any shift. 998-
"More than a service, more like a friend."
Transportation to doctor's, shopping, etc.
Will also visit your loved one for you in
nursing home. 220-0129.


KENMORE WASHER & Dryer, $175 for
both, 641-9667, 838-5411.
BEDROOM SET, cherry finish, excellent
condition, (double bed, chest of drawers,
and changing table). $450. 285-5260.
50 FOOT tower. Purchased three years;
never mounted. No rust, 5 sections. Paid
$386. Please call (904)566-9100.
RATTAN & Wicker pieces: chairs $15, pa-
tio set $75, etagere $40, rugs $5,
CHINA CABINET w/light, $350; entertain-
ment center fits 36" TV, $100; sofa, blue,
3 sectional, $450, 249-0622.
VIRTUALLY NEW Deluxe King Mattress/
Sealy Posturpedic/ Luminary/ Plush Euro-
top. Original cost $2000+, Asking $600.
WASHER & dryer, Maytag Super capaci-
ty, 12 cycles, 3yrs old, $500 both. Still un-
der warranty with Sears. 280-7545.
PATIO SET: glass table w/ six chairs, ex-
cellent condition, $300, 285-5260.
OAK STORAGE 'chest on wheels, 1920's,
$175. 285-5260.
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer, $75/ea.
30 day warranty. Deliver, $20. 318-8173,

FENDER SQUIER Strat Affinity series,
$75 firm. (904)273-3905.

HEART PINE, tongue & groove flooring
cut from antique Pine timbers. Installation,
stair material. FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
249-8310. Lic. ST-5903.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or

51" HDTV Sony, rear projection $800 WE BUY Scrap Gold for Cash! Estate and
OBO 241-9476. old jewelry, Rolexes. 241-1889.
OAK DINETTE, 3 1/2'x5' table, w/4 cush- SMALL TRAVEL travel under 30', a little
onedchairs brand new condition. 175. rough k, must be movable and water
-8460, 543-9 .tight, all basic systems work, no generator
ok, call after 8am, 534-8627.

SOFA, COFFEE table, end tables, queen
size bed, 4 TV's, 16' ladder. Call
HOT TUB, 4 PERSON, Aquaspa, 10mos
old, still under warranty, easy lift cover.
New $5000, asking $2000. 280-7545.
1 YR old Kenmore gas grill 3900btu $100.
King size sleigh bed/ triple dresser/ ar-
moire/ 2 night stands with granite tops,
light birch wood color, purchased from Lib-
erty 2004 for $10,000. Asking $3500.
Beige leather theater group, 3 yrs old, new
$5000 from Havertys, asking $2000 pho-
tos available through email. 280-7545.
CEDAR CHEST, extra large, excellent
condition, 1930's, $425. 285-5260.
BLACK WHIRLPOOL refrigerator- 2 door,
water & ice maker. Works great. $200
OBO. Call 885-4714.
ONE BASE kitchen cabinet, 3 double up-
per cabinets, light oak, excellent condition,
$350. 285-5260.
KING SIZE bed w/ matress & box spring,
beautiful wrought Iron scroll work. Exc.
cond. $725. Will deliver. 285-5260.
BLACK FUR coat (med-Lg) hip length,
beautiful, $325, 285-5260.
3 GRACO GMAX 5900 Airless Paint
Sprayers, $900 each or all three, $2100;
Yale 5500# Hand Pallet Jack, used spar-.
ingly, like new, $180 OBO; 2 Graco Model
1040 Diaphram Pumps, 1", $150 each;
Kobalt electric air compressor, 15 Ibs.,
$150 each; 2 Vico 1hp whirlpool pumps,
$125 each; 2 Air Supply of the Future
whirlpool pump w/600 watt heater, $150
each. Call 591-0170.

S IRi'-E tR "DOORS 1-T/4quarter Oak, ten
W~C~MI~Ti IItli -ts, includes hardware $S0/tdch
OPENINGS 3 & 4 year olds, PT/ FT Gold '249-5299.
Seal. Beaches Academy, 246-3885. JUKE BOX rock-ola 1960's, excellent con-

edition $950, 285-8697.

Estate Jewelry and scrap gold

list. Sat., 8am-? Pullian St. & Osceola.
Kiwanis Club of Jacksonville Beaches
Saturday, February 23rd from 8am-3pm.
held indoors at the Jacksonville Beach
Americao. Legion Post 129, .Comer of 4th.
Street &~L3tbhAvenue-S: Officeand resi-.
dentialr furniture, rugs?:-'TVs;, sporting
goods, pinball machine and many miscel-
laneous items.
APARTMENT 323, Beaches Hamlet, 1610
Shetter Ave. Selling everything. Sun.,
HOUSEHOLD & Sponing Saiurday
8am-?. 17th Sireel N. & 1lIh Ave N

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Specializing in salon scissors, fabric,
household, industrial shears & knives.
Mobile. (904)945-3375.
GOING AWAY? Let us care for your.
home. "IN LIEU OF YOU" 285-4131.
Serving Beaches and Ponte Vedra
20 years.

PADGETT'S A/C & Heating, Inc. Family
owned and operated. When quality and
customer service are demanded call
588-5222 Financing available.
Free Estimates, on replacements. License
CAC1814887. Credit cards accepted.

FAST DEPENDABLE house cleaning,
reasonable rates, beaches area. Expei-
enced and references, Sue 249-6162 or
Specializinin i residential and commercial
services, 7 days a week. (904)910-4039.
Many years experience; references availa-
ble. Call Kelly for estimate, 238-9040.
Quality residential & commercial cleaning.
Free estimates, 15 years experience.
Celeste, 376-0628.

WOOD Fence Installation. 35yrs Experi- SMALLTIME MOVING
ence. Mick Outdoor Enterprises. Small to medium moves/ any distance/ flat
241-7276, 838-9599. rates. Garage clean-outs/ debris removal.

BEACH BOYS Firewood. Pickup or Deliv-
ery. Call 759-1612.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
applications, house calls, training, repairs,
upgrades, websites, graphics Free phone
tech. 904-249-3034 or email:

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or

ENDLESS SUMMER Lawncare. Free esti-
mates. Professional customer service.
Mowing, edging, weeding, trimming- trees,
shrubs. Licensed & insured. Residential &
commercial. CALL US FIRSTI 270-2664.
WINSOR LAWN Service, Inc. Competitive
rates. Call Alan. 237-5301.
Blow, Hedges, Edge, Palm Tree Trim-
ming, Tractor Work, Clean-ups. 537-7944.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
email: classified @

Residential/ commercial.
Visit us at
Free estimates, 707-8630.
Safe roof cleaning. Spotless window
cleaning. Pressure washing. Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin, 994-0045.


LICENSED PAINT Contractor will paint
average size room $95. Insured.
(904)613-1271, (904)724-6043.
Top-notch work guaranteed. 17yrs. experi-
ence. Painting, trim, carpentry, wood re-
pair, pressure washing. Licensed/ Insured.
Free estimates. 861-9500.
STEVEN'S HOME Improvements. Int./
ext. painting, faux finishes, wood replace-
ment, pressure washing & more. Lic. &
ins. We guarantee our work! (904)247-

JRates, Free Estimates & References. Call BEACHES HOME SERVICES. Painting,
J.W. Downs (cell) 626-5234 or 246-8344. free estimates, work guaranteed, licensed.

Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
rates. (904)524-8660.
Pam 742-7769.
LAWN & Landscape Maintenance. Year
round, clean-outs, mulching, sodding &
morel 370-0065.
shrubs, trees, edging & clean- up. Profes-
sional & motivated. (904)803-8201.

POOL CLEANING- quality service, rea-
sonable rates. David's Pool Service,
JJ'S POOL Cleaning Service, monthly
service, one time cleaning & repairs. Call
JJ, (904)962-6939.


ining in drywall & home maintenance. Lic. &
Ins. (904)509-2849.
exterior remodeling, fences, decks, paint-
ing, flooring & morel Licensed/ Insured.
30 years experience. Free estimates.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under W REPAIRS Termite & Rotten
this category please call 904-249-9033 or WOOsiding, stu e ens
email: wood, siding, stucco, repairs. Ucensed
General Contractor. 247-2274,.

Providing quality installation on flooring,
cabinets, molding, and interior/ exterior
doors. Licensed and insured/ Free esti-
mates. Over 25yrs. of experience.

35 years experience at the Beach.
Licensed & insured. 305-6320.

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or

IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or

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HANDYMAN A-Z, interior/ exterior; profes-
sinal & motivated. (904)803-8201.
Wood Repair, Trim, Crown Moulding,
Pressure Washing, Flooring and more.
17yrs. experience. Licensed/ Insured.
SECOND HUSBAND' Handyman Serv-
ices: Carpentry, rough to finish, Drywall,
Texturing, Painting, Tile, Renovations,
Honest Dependable., Rick (904)885-0164.
dependable for quality repairs, service
calls, painting, improvements and miscel-
laneous jobs. DAVE. 246-6628.
All types of home repairs: rotten wood,
siding, termite damage, rain gutters, roof
.leaks, sundeck painting, pressure wash-
Ing, doors, windows, counter tops & more.
Serving the Beaches since 1990. Li-
censed, insured. Free estimates. Al,



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ROOF REPAIRS & Re-Roofing. Trust
censed professional. See our ad. under
Remodeling/Construction. State Certified
Roofer #CCC1325888. Member BBB

5th year anniversary special. Will beat any
written estimate, next. 7 days.
904-755-7403. CCC1326983.

Quality work at reasonable rates. Stump
grinding. Since 1986.
STUMP GRINDING: Resonable prices;
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CHRIST UNITED Methodist Church, 400
Penman Rd., is collecting donated items
for their spring Rummage Sale, to be held
on Fri., March 14 & Sat., March 15, 9am-
3pm, both days. Soup, drinks, sandwich-
es, & desserts will be sold. 249-5370.
YARD SALE! Sat. & Sun., 8am-2pm.
Beachie stuff, really neat furniture, new
clothing, tropical home decor. 108 Davis
St. Please "wait 'til 8."

MOVING SALE, Sat., 8am-lpm, Sunday
8am-10am Kitchen, dining, living and bed-
room furnishings, 100 Fairway Park Blvd.,
#1908. (904)868-6706.
GARAGE SALE Friday & Saturday,
7am-4pm, 124 Cranes Lake, (off of Ponte
Vedra Lakes Blvd.)

MOVING SALE: antique furniture, glass-
ware, books, cookbooks, household/ itch-
en items, plants bikes, lawn & garden,
sporting goods, furniture. Make an offer.
Sat., 8:30-? Near Girvin & Keman. 14029
Broken Bow Dr. S.

HUGE GRAND Finale Sale at Moose Ha-
ven Retirement Center, 1701 Park Ave. in
Orange Park, FL. Feb., 28th, 29th, and
Mar. 1st. Architectural items, doors, win-
dows, vanities, mirrors. 25 color televi-
sions. 100 commercial heating and air
units,. hotel style, priced from $150-$375
each, like new. $10,000 of commercial
flooring equipment. $30,000 of stainless
kitchen equipment. 2 electric kilns. 25 new
hospital beds. Over 20,000sf. of merchan-
dise, too much to list. By Hunter Antiques

1999 BAYLINER.1800, 120hp, fish finder,
lots of extras, $6500, 610-7768.

2004 HONDA VTX 1300, 1600 miles,
black, Cobra pipes, lowering kit. Mint con-
dition, $5000, (904)472-6515.
BIKE WEEK Special, 2001 Harley David-
son XL 1200C Sportster, extra chrome,
custom seat, new tires/ brakes/ battery,
6000 miles, excellent condition, $5999.
2002 KAWASAKI 125cc, 1,400 orig. mi.,
$995 OBO. 252-4754.
HARLEY DAVIDSON, 1998 HD, 95th An-
niversary 1200 custom Sportster, $5500.

2007 KEYSTONE Mountaineer travel trail-
er, 31RLD, like new, many extras,
$24,900, (904)491-6008.

1995 NISSAN pick up XE, extended cab,
V6, only 93k miles, ice cold A/C, bed lin-
er, split rear window, chrome wheels, im-
maculate condition, $3900 OBO,
2000 FORD .E-250 work van,199K miles,
$2000 OBO; 1994 Dodge Ram 2500 work
van, 179,500 miles, fair condition, $1000
OBO; 1999 Chevy Astro work van. 104K
miles, very good condition, $2800. Call

2003 MERCURY Grand Marquis, only
17,500 miles with power drivers seat.
Owner unable to drive, if you're looking for
an ultra-clean car this is the one. Call
DODGE CARAVANS.(2). 1994 &-1995.
Both run good and are-drivablet'dsome"
repair needed). $950'for both-" details
HONDA ACCORD, 1997, 4-door, very
nice handsome car. $5200, 249-0183.
1999 Lincoln Town Car, 4DR, non-smok-
er, extra clean, new A/C and brakes.
$7950. PV. 285-0219.
BMW 325 CSI convertible, 45,000 miles;
black with leather; loaded; 1999 mint con-
dition, $15,000. 904-647-1418.

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Faithful Servant
Mission Night
A fundraising dinner for
Faithful Servant Missions will be
held on Monday, March 3 at
Cobblestones Restaurant. Cost is
$25 per person and the proceeds
will benefit the organization's
efforts in Costa Rica. For infor-
mation or to purchase tickets

Bethel Gallery Exhibit
An exhibit featuring the art of
Phyllis Thomas continues
through March 9 at the. Bethel
Gallery at Ponte Vedra
Presbyterian Church. Thirty-
three watercolor and mixed
media works of art are on dis-
play. The church address is 4510
Palm Valley Road; for informa-
tion call 285-8225.

Jewish Book Club
A book club for adults spon-

scored by Chabad @ the Beaches
and Books A Million will meet
once a month on the first
Tuesday of the month at Books
A Million at 738 Marsh Landing
Parkway. Rabbi Nochum
Kurinsky leads the book club
There is no charge to partici-
pate and traditional Jewish food
Will be served.. For information
call Chabad at 285-1588 or visit

Grief Support Group
A Grief Support Group meets
on the third Thursday of every
month at St. Paul's Catholic
Church at 7 p.m. in the Family
Life Center library. Men and
women grieving the death of a
family member or friend, are
welcome to attend. The church's
Family Life Center is at 578 1st
Avenue North in Jacksonville
Beach. For information, call
Margaret at 280-0871.


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The Artistree Gallery and Working Artist Studio, the
Beaches' newest Gallery, will host an Art Show and Open
House Saturday, February 23, from 6-9 p.m. The Artistree
Gallery is the collaborative vision of Kathy Frosio, Heather
Blanton and Owner of The Artistree Inc. William Meyer.
The Gallery will feature a new artist each month. The
paintings of Atlantic Beach artist James Lynch will be fea-
tured at the February 23 Opening Lynch's most recent
and most visible local work is the Whales mural at 3rd
Street and 17th Avenue North. Lynch received internation-
al attention in 2004 when he constructed a 62-foot statue
of Jesus (above) in his studio. The pieces were assem-
bled on-site in Monroe, Ohio, next to Interstate-75. Meyer
is a Faux Painter by trade, specializing in custom wall
treatments for homes and businesses. He will be joined
by Fine Art Photographer Heather Blanton and Artist Kathy
Frosio as Artists in Residence, working onsite and encour-
aging visitors to watch the magic happen. "We hope par-
ents will bring their children, not just to see the artwork, but
to see how it's created," Frosio said. The Artistree Gallery
will be located at 508 3rd Street S. in Jacksonville Beach.

Saturday, Feb. 23
Safe Boating: Safe Boating
Saturday, conducted by Beaches
Flotilla 14-4 of the Coast Guard
Auxiliary, begins at the Captain's
Club, 13363 Beach Blvd. The other
dates are March 8, April 12, May 17,
June 7,July 26, Sept. 13, Oct. 11 and
Nov. 15. All sessions, for which the
cost is $25, run from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
For information or to register, call
Mike Chlistnacht at 904-502-9154
or visit

Special Olympics: Volunteers are
needed for the Special Olympics
Games at the Bolles School, San Jose
Boulevard. Volunteers are asked to
arrive no later than 7:30 a.m.; the
athletes start coming at 8 a.m. Most
volunteer-shifts are all day, with the
competition expected to end about
1:30 p.m. and the Olympics Village
to shut down around 3 p.m. For
information or to volunteer, contact
Marcie Scott at marciescott@earth- or at 904-223-7270.

Beaches Veterans: The second in
a series of four cookouts planned by
the Beaches Veterans Organization
to benefit the USO's "No Dough
Dinners," a Bar-B-Q will be held
from 1-4 p.m. at American Legion
Post 129, 1151 4th St. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. A Blood Alliance
Blood Mobile will be at the Post at
1:30 p.m. Anyone donating to the
blood bank gets a free lunch. For
more information, call Post 129 at
249-2266. For information on the
cookouts or the organization, call
Bruce Drinkwater at 246-6855.

Tuesday, Feb. 26
L.T.N.: Long Time Newcomers of

the Beaches celebrates its 15th birth-
day with a party beginning at 11
a.m. at Selva Marina Country Club.
LT.N. was formed from the original
Newcomers Club of the Beaches.
Those interested in joining the
monthly luncheon group, which
includes a program and after-lunch
bridge, should call club president
Joyce Coleman at 249-1125.

Mayo Clinic Volunteers: Mayo
Clinic Volunteer Services hosts a
community "Meet and Greet" from
2-6 p.m. for those interested in
learning about volunteer opportuni-
ties at Mayo Clinic. Volunteer
Services staff will present informa-
tion about how to become a volun-
teer and what opportunities exist
within the clinic and new hospital.
Current volunteers also will be on
hand to offer insight about their
experiences. Refreshments will be
served. The event takes, place in
Kinne Auditorium in the Cannaday
Building, 4500 San Pablo Road. For
information, call 904-953-7321.

Wednesday, Feb. 27
Beyond the Ordinary: "Beyond
the Ordinary," an adult experimen-
tal and mixed media workshop,
runs from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Feb. 27-29
at the Cultural Center at Ponte
Vedra Beach. The instructor is
Sherry O'Neill. The cost to members
is $270; for non-members the fee is
$360. A $100 non-refundable
deposit is required to hold space.
Beginner to advanced levels are
offered. The workshop will include
lectures, hands-on demonstrations,
critiques and individual instruction.
For information, call the Cultural
Center at 280-0614.

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Pocket Full of Change

Beaches resident Cheryle
Touchton has made Pocket Full
of Change Ministry her life's
work for the past seven years.
In 2001, Touchton lost her
high level position with
Pathtec Software Solutions
when the technology business
suffered a downturn.
With her world "turned
upside down," Touchton lis-
tened to her inner desire to
become a missionary, she said
in a telephone interveiw.
For several months every
year since 2001, Touchton has
traveled as a missionary in her
conversion van on Pocket Full
of Quarters Tours. ,
Her travels have brought her
to all 50 states offering what
she calls the "5 E's; evangeliza-
tion, exhortation, education,
exorcism, and encourage-

Cheryle Touchton
"Strangers open up to
strangers....God puts me in the
right place at the right time,"
- she said.
In these "incredible encoun-
ters" Touchton listens to peo-
ple talk about their lives.
For many people, "it truly
surprises us when something
goes wrong.
"Pocket Full is a metaphor
for being prepared for life.....
"Quarters are a symbol of God's

free grace."
It is through God's help, she
said, that she has been able to
"say or do the right thing" in
response to what people tell
Touchton is, the author of
two books, "Pocket Full of
Quarters 5 Steps to Loving
God" and "Pocket Full of
Christmas Having a Purpose
Filled Advent."
In 2006, she received the
Best Devotional Writer Award
for the Florida Writer's
In addition to their home in
Jacksonville Beach, Touchton
and her husband, Bob, have a
home in Arizona. She is a
Jacksonville native and a grad-
uate of the University of
Florida and Jacksonville
Information about Pocket
Full of Change Ministry is
available at www.pocket-

Guest speaker at Palms Presbyterian
Dr. Thomas G. Long, named one of the Top Ten Preachers in
America, will speak at Palms Presbyterian Church at 7 p.m. today.
His topic will be "Sitting in the Pews of the Churches of Sts. Mark,
Matthew, Luke, and John." At 9:30 a.m. on Saturday he will speak
on "The Peril and Promise of Talking about God when We Aren't
in Church." Long will be guest preacher at Palms at the 8:80 and
11 a.m. Sunday worship services. Palms is at 3410 3rd St. S. Call
246-6427 for information.
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A Spiritual Look at America
Cheryle Touchton will be the guest speaker America" with stories from her travels and
at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 26 at First ideas for "how we can help people we meet,"
Christian Church .f the Beaches at 2125 she said.
Oceanfront in Neptune Beach. Touchton will have copies of her books
Her topic will be "A Spiritual Look at available for sale and signing.



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Sale Donations Requested
Christ United Methodist Church is currently
collecting donations for a Rummage Sale to be
held on March 14 and 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
For information, call 249-5370. The church is
at 400 Penman Road in Neptune Beach.
Book Reception
A reception for the release of "Revealing
Heaven" by local author Kat Kerr will be held
from 7 to 9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 39 at the
Jacksonville Public Library at 303 N. Laura
Street. For information, call 349-5454.
Forgiveness: Gift or Challenge
Rev. Barbara Craftof will lead a conference
ori"Forgiveiess, What It Is aid What It Isn't"
hosted by Christ Episcopal Church San Pablo
and St. Paul's by the Sea Episcopal Church. The
conference begins on March 8 from 9:30 to

3:30 p.m. at Christ Church San Pablo at 2002
San Pablo Road in Jacksonville. On March 9,
Rev. Crafton will preach at the 10 a.m. service
on at St. Paul's by the Sea at 465 11th Ave. N
in Jacksonville Beach and hold the second ses-
sion of the conference there from 1 to 3 p.m.
Information and tickets are available by calling
Forum Series
SThe Adult Forum Series at St. Paul's by the
Sea Episcopal Church meets at 8:45 a.m. in the
school library in Stormes Hall. Rev. Penny
Pfab's topic on Sunday will be Experiencing
India. Frances Wiggins will speak on the
Psychology.of,Carl Jung on. March 2. ...
The-community is-welcome to attend; for
information call 249-4091. The church campus
is at Fifth Street and 11th Avenue North in
Jacksonville Beach.

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Sunday Services PONTE VEDRA
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Landrum Ln, Ponte Vedra Beach CHURCH
9:30 a.m. Contemporary Service* Worship Service Eucharist
11:00 a.m. Traditional Service* 5pm Sunday
*Kingdom Kids available Rev. Gary Blaylock, Vicar
Chlldcare always provided Services held at:
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(A additional Anglican Church) (BYTHE SEA) A2125 Oceanfront & Seagate, Neptune Beach URCH
(Aadona1442 (ELCA) Wherefriends gather to worship" A Stephen Ministry Conregation Come worship with us by the ocean. MISSOURI SYNOD
Holy Communion 276 N. Roscoe Blvd., Ponte Vedra Bch 4510 Palm Valley Road (CR 210) 1801 Beach Blvd. SUNDAYS:
Holy Comunion 76N. R e Jacksonville Beach 249-4575 Traditional Services 8:00 & 9:00 am 1423 N. 8th Ave., Jax Beach
every Sunday at 9:00 A.M. Ph. 285-5347 Sun. Worship 9:00 & 10:30 a.m. PASTOR MICHAEL BLAKER Children's Worship 9:00 &11:00 am Rev. Dana A. Brones, Pastor
a o rid aint pe l Rev. Julie Frank, Pastor Sunday Breakfast SundayWorshp. Christian Education (all ages) 10:05 am Phone: 249-5418
Holy Trinity meetsinthe Old Chapel aCon ra orshipunday Breakfast Sunday Worsip. Celebration Praise 11:00 am
at 610 Florida BlMd., Neptune Beach Sunday Contemporary orship Nursery & Toddler Ministries 8:00 am & 10:30 am WEDNESDAY (SEP-MAY). 4raditional
MAILING A Blvd., NeptuneO BeaOX0 8:30am Middle, High School, College SundaySchool 5:30 Supper 8:30 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. advice
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 50294 High rn Sunday 5:0 Sppe Srvaoo
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL 3224Q0294 Sunday Church School 9:45am Adult Ministries Children 9:15 am 6:30 Choir, Bible Study,Youth Praise &Worship Saturday 5:30pm Sunday LBW Worship 11:00am Music & Art Ministries Youth/Adult 9:15 am Mahon Dixon, Senior Pastor 246-2010 Snday Shool9:45 a.m.
Rev. Robert C. Adams, Vicar N ry P idd Home ofa Bethlehem visit Nursey Provided w.fbdoc.comllins, Adult Bible Classes 9:45 a.m.
Ray. RobertC.Adams,Vicar Nursery Provided Home of a Bethlehem Visit NurseryProvided Adult Bible Classes 9:45 a.m.

S 150 CHURCH FL Episco l Church CATHOLIC Sunday School for all ages 9:00 a.m.
" g~ 150 Sherry Drive, Atlantic Beach, FL Worship Servce 10:15 a~m.
S b Rev.Dr.aGodman astor aptst l urc ISCOpal Church A WorshipService10:15a.m.
C RDr. ofice49-8698 SY E NI POWERFUL WORSHIP, PASSIONATE SERVICE 1st Avenue North at 5th Street Youth Fellowship 11:30a.m.
rus.% hrCh hice249a8698 SATURDAY EVENING Jacksonville Beach '
PreschoolKindergarten Office 241-7335 6:30 pm Contemporary Worship Service Jacksonville Beach Nursery Provided - SUNDAY Father Wm. A. Kelly, pastor
Schedule: 9:00 am Contemporary Worship Service CHRIST
Sunday Moing Worship 8:30 & 11a.m. 10:30 am-ETraditional Service Children's Chapel At 10 am Sun. Saturday Mass 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Church School-AllAges 9:45a.m. WEDNESDAY We e F s Nursery At 7:30 & 10 am Services Sun. Sunday Mass 7:00,8:30, 10:00,
Youth Fellowships 5 p.m. 6:30 pm The Gathering & Singles Christian Formation At 8:45 am 11:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. enan a Atlantic)
Bible Studiesfor Every Age & Life Situaaon Christian Formation At 8:45 am 11:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. Neptune Beach 2495370
Contemporary Worship Serv. 5:59 p.m. 407 Third Street Corner of th St. & 11th Ave. N.* Jax Beach, FL www.stpaulsbythesea@ Saturday Confessions Rev.Patrice Spenser
ChancelChoir Wednesdays 7p.m. ww.neptiebaptistorg Neptune Beach 9 After 9 a.m. Mass & 4:30 -5:20 p.m. Share in the love of Christ
Weekday PreschoolKinderaarten (3,4 & 5 vr olds) Tom Bary, Pastor 904-249-2307 904-249-4091 Share the love of Christ

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Sunday School for ail ages ....9:15am Us C lhlU dn Uuf(h (off Mayport Rd. at W. 11th St. & Orchid St.) 0
Sunday Worship Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
Service 10:30am Service Times 246-2709
Sunday Evening
Bible Study 6:00pm Saturday 5:00 pm Victor M. Eskew, Minister
Wednesday Family Sunday 8:00am, 9:30am & 1 :00am Sunday: Bible Class 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday Family
Dinner 6:00pm (904) 268-2500 Worship 11:00a.m. QYf-- 033
Wednesday Bible Study Evening Service 6:30 p.m
for alleges ................. 7:00pm vin e p.m.
A Southern Baptist Church 6045 Greenland Rd. near Philips Hwy. Wednesday: Bible Study 7:00 p.m.

f I 12400 Mayport Rd., Atlantic Beach
.ya, 'e S, Father Joseph Meehan
324 N. 5th St., 249-2314 Saturday 5p.m.
Bible Study 9:15 a.m. Sunday 9 a.m., 11 a.m.
Blended Worship 10:30 a m. Nursery Available Sunday Morning
Evening Worship 6:30 p.m. Saturday 10:00 a.m. or by appt
Wednesday Evening 6:15 p.m. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Wed. 6:00 p.m. (K-31 7:15 p in. 14-6 gr I
Weekday Ministry 246-2891 Sunday 6:00 p m i7-H S.)
Service inllrprel d o.:r the hearing mnpaired 246-6014



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