Vol. 43, No. 77
l^ ,. Swimming with a
Serving the communities of Ponte Vedra Beach, Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, Neptune Beach and Mayport since 1963
Swipes taken on Guana land swap
by KATHY HARTMAN ters and email communica- "The land belongs to the removed Guana land from a land in the Guana for a high her characterization of Sch
EDITOR tions on both sides of this people of Florida. It does not list of possible school sites, school. Board member Tommy Al
With a School Board vote on
a Ponte Vedra high school site
expected in less than five
weeks, each side on the Guana
swap issue took a swipe at the
other this week.
Meanwhile, three of the five
members of the St. Johns
County School Board appear
unlikely to support a request to
reconsider Guana land for a
high school, and a state agency
reiterated its advice to the
board: look for land some-
"I have seen the news articles
and received a number of let-
by LAURA FOWLER
Gail Greenblatt of Ponte
Vedra Beach calls herself an
To water her plants, the
Odom's Mill homeowner col-
lects rainwater in barrels in her
She covered her windows in
an insulating film that keeps
heat out during summer and in
during winter, and she switched
to fluorescent light bulbs to save
She even drives -a T6o ta
Prius, an emission-free Hybrid
car that can travel up to 650
miles between fill-ups, accord-
ing to the Toyota Web site.
"I love it," she said of the car.
Now Greenblatt is taking her
love of nature to the next level
by installing a $20,000 solar
power system in her home.
The system, which was
installed by SunlVorks Solar
Systems of Jacksonville, will
provide most of her electricity
needs and will heat her water,
"I sort of paid attention to
this [solar power] over the last
several years," Greenblatt said.
"Part of my motivation was
when we had the hurricanes last
year, we were out of power."
Greenblatt's system comes
with a battery backup for up to
issue," says a March 9 letter
from Eva Armstrong, director
of the state Division of Lands
of the Department of
"Nothing has occurred from
the division's perspective that
changes my previous recom-
mendation to [School
Board member] Carla Wright:
'focus on sites that have some
chance of approval rather than
spending time on property
that is not available for pur-
chase,' says the letter sent to
School Board member Diane
the people H
of Ponte ... '?
Ve d t a '
in a tele- .
the issue Front of brochure mailed this week
back to the
board. proposal to swa
The St. Johns County School private land sun
Board, which two years ago Guana preserve
came Iace to
ip 50 acres of
wounded by the
for 50 acres of
Although the issue was not
on the School Board agenda,
the board's attorney said it
could be discussed as long as
the board took no action.
After Clara Cowan's summa-
rv of Tuesday's meeting was e-
mailed to some Ponte Vedra
residents, members of the
Ponte Vedra High School
Coalition reacted with their
The members, Davis
Johnson, Ca('ce Rumsey and
Marc Bugbey, said Cowan, a
Seaside resident and president
of the Ponte Vedra Beaches
Coalition, was "insulting" in
and inaccurate in describing
the law firm lobbying for the
high school coalition in
Tallahassee Fiorentino and
Cowan retorted by asking
why the high school coalition
chose the law firm that lobbies
for St. Johns County and
whether the group's new mail-
ing is accurate.
The four-sided, color glossy
brochure sent first class to
20,000 addresses this week asks
for support of the land swap.
See SWAP, A-3
Arrest made in
'96 child murder
tlto laby LAURA FOWLER
- Gail Greenb6lt of Ponte Vedra stands next to her' Odom's Mill home, which nowitakes on a
futuristic appearance thanks to the row of solar panels on the roof. Greenblatt had a solar
electric system and a solar water heating system installed to help save energy and reduce her
three days of uninterruptible
power, according to SunWorks
President David H. Smith.
Even if power is lost during a
hurricane, Smith said, the solar
panels on Greenblatt's roof will
still collect energy on cloudy'
Greenblatt's system is the first
of its kind in Ponte Vedra,
according to Jacksonville Beach
City Manager George Forbes,
who is currently head of
Beaches Energy Services.
Her home will still be receiv-
ing some .electricity from
Beaches Ehergy Services, and
Forbes said her electrical solar
system may in .-fact generate
power back to the Beaches
Forbes said th6 company is
installing two meters on her
home to measure the electricity
going in and any electricity
If the energy coming out of
Greenblatt's home is substan-
tial, Forbes said the company
may need to design a credit sys-
tem for.her electric bill.
"This is the first of its type so
we'll see how it goes," Forbes
That .electric bill was another
incentive for Greenblatt to
switch to solar power, she said.
Energy prices are up more
than 30 percent in Northeast
Florida over the last year,
according to a SunWVorks press
"Energy prices have stabi-
lized, but I doubt they're ever
coming down, especially with
the competition for energy in
countries like China and India,"
Furthermore, a new energy
law, which went into effect in
January, gives residential con-
sumers a tax credit of 30 percent
up to $2,000 toward the cost of
installing a solar water system.
See SOLAR, A-3
by LAURA FOWLER
Ten years after the body of
11-year-old Cherie Morrisette
was found floating in the St.
Johns River just north of
Shands Bridge, St. Johns
County Sheriff's deputies have
arrested a man and charged
him with her murder.
43, with first
degree murder and
capital seii'al bat-'
terv after match-
ing his DNA with
that of semen
found on the girl,
missing from her Robert S.
Mandarin home on
Dec. 2, 1996, and St. Johns
deputies found her body five
days later in the river about a
mile north of Orangedale, in
Northwest St. Johns County.
"\VWe worked diligently with
JSO [Jacksonville Sheriff's
Office] over the years to try to
solve this case," St. Johns
Sheriff David Shoar said in a
news conference Thursday.
"Today is a victory for vic-
Shoar said Mitchell was
arrested in New Britain, Conn.,
where he was serving a 25-year
probation for sexually assault-
ing a 13-year-old girl.
Because of that conviction,
he was registered in
Connecticut as a sex offender
and his DNA profile was
entered into a national data-
Police searched for a DNA
match within the
ly over the years.
finally provided a
Shoar said dur-
ing police ques-
admitted to sexual-
ly assaulting the
Mitchell girl after picking her
up in his car.
Mitchell has not confessed to
killing the girl, according to
"Everything he's toldus kind
of supports our theory. that
this was a crime of opportuni-
ty," Shoar said.
"The suspect was not
remorseful," Shoar said.
See COLD CASE, A-3
MSD bike path OK'd
by LAURA FOWLER
Residents along Franklin
Avenue and Pablo Road have
agreed to allow a narrow bike
path connecting the two roads
as long as the county puts back
the 6-foot chain-link fence that
was torn down last year.
The Board of Trustees for the
Ponte Vedra Municipal Service
District MSD) voted Monday
to have a 30-inch opening in
the fence big enough to fit a
bicycle for a path made of
"The fence was there for
security," said Tony Spuria, a
Pablo Road resident who lives
next door to the proposed path
and who initially opposed it.
"We want the security."
The fence, which runs along
the perimeter of Ponte Vedra
Inn and Club golf course, used
to separate Pablo Road from
the north part of Seaview Park.
It was removed last year to
allow residents of north
Seaview Park to access their
homes during construction on
Solana Road, which was closed
in segments for most of 2005.
The county agreed to put
back the fence, according to
Spuria and some of his neigh-
When the idea of paving a
bike path instead of replacing
the fence was brought to the
NMSD trustees, Spuria and his
neighbors voiced their opposi-
'But they have agreed to aJlow
the path as long as the fence is
Trustee Mack McCuller said
he would prefer a more appeal-
ing, wooden fence as opposed
to the chain-link.
But Spuria said the fence had
previously been there for 40
years and was practically
unseen behind landscaping.
Spuria and his neighbors
have agreed to landscape the
new fence so that it will go
He said the chain-link fence
would offer better security than
a split-rail fence despite the
opening for pedestrians.
The IMSD is a special taxing
district whose trustees levy a
tax for extra police protection
and extra garbage service, beau-
tification and road signs in the
The MSD generally includes
the area east of State Road A1A
from the Duval County line to
Corona Road, then south along
Ponte Vedra Boulevard for six
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Several Landrum Middle
School students are taking
their Legos and heading to the
University of North Florida
There, their student-built
Lego robots containing sen-
sors and programmed to move
about on a playing board
about 4-feet by 8-feet will
face other, similar robots for a
shot at the title in the Florida
regional botball champi-
"Every year- for botball we
have a new task and a new
board design," team member
Jeffrey Hsu said Wednesday as
he worked on the main robot
for this year's regional event,
one of 13 around the country.
The robots are prepro-
grammed before a tournament
for the competition, which
awards points to teams based
on how well their robot pet-
forms on the board.
"We have to preprogram the
robots, and after that we can't
change them," said Conner
Holland, another member of
the Landrum team.
Several of the Landrum
team worked Wednesday to
perfect their two robots,
which are tasked to knock
some small, soft balls called
tribbles off a stand on the
board and to grab larger soft
"It's designed to go forward
and move the pendulum to
knock off the tribbles,"
Holland said. "We're trying to
knock them on our side so we
can get points.
"The [robot's] arm is going
to try to grab one of the big
balls and pull it onto our
Abby Gilliamsen, a seventh-
grade math teacher at
Landrum, brought Botball
along when she moved to the
Ponte Vedra middle school
from Matthew Gilbert in
Duval County four years ago.
See BOTBALL, A-3
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A silver 1991 Oldsmobile val-
ued at $3,000 was reported
stolen March 12 in the 300
block of 3rd St. N. The victim
parked the car in a lot behind a
business at 3:30 p.m. and when
he returned at 5:15 p.m. it was
An aggravated battery was
reported March 13 in the 300
block of 14th Ave. S. The 53-
year-old victim sustained a
* three-inch laceration on the top
of his head and was transported
for treatment after running to a
nearby gas station for help.
Richard.James Sfiaw, 19, of
Jacksonville Beach was arrested
March 12 in the 800 block of
Holly Drive and charged with
an outstanding warrant for
strong armed robbery in
Jacksonville Beach, police
A burglary was reported
March 11 in the 600 block of
3rd Ave. S. The suspect stole two
laptop computers valued at
$3,000, a video game system,
cell phone and credit card.
Brian Jonathan Cascone, 33,
of Jacksonville was arrested
March 10 and charged with pos-
session and sale of a controlled
substance in the 1600 block of
Penman Road, according to a
A burglary was reported
March 13 at a construction site
in the 1000 block of Ist St. S. A
subcontractor told police that
he secured his tools in a room
on the eighth floor of the build-
ing with a deadbolt lock. An
unknown suspect punched out
the lock and kicked the door in
to gain access to $955 worth of
tools, including a jigsaw, three
drills and an 18-gauge pin gun.
Damage to the door is estimated
A white 2002 Isuzu SLU was
reported damaged March 13 in
the 1400 block of Eastwind Dr.
N. An unknown suspect
jumped on the hood causing
$500 in damage to the vehicle.
Jason Adam Milligan, 22, of
Jacksonville was arrested March
14 and charged with two counts
of grand theft in the 100 block
of Beach Proper North. Milligan
stole a backpack containing the
belongings of two victims. One
of the victims chased the defen-
dant into an alley where the
items including a wallet con-
taining $117 in cash were recov-
ered, according to a police
A counterfeit $20 bill was
reported passed March 14 at the
Division of Motor Vehicles in
the 1700 block of 3rd St. N. An
employee noticed that the bill
.had a different texture and con-
firmed it was fake.
A window was shattered
March 14 at a coffee shop in the
2400 block of 3rd St. S..
A window to a vehicle was
reported smashed out Feb. 24 in
the 600 block of Atlantic
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A fence at a residence was
reported damaged March 7 in
the 90 of Levy Road.
A wallet was reported taken
from a man March 8 in the 700
block of Atlantic Boulevard.
An ATM fraud was reported
March 9 in the 800 block of
Someone reported that $140
cash was stolen from a residence
March 9 in the 40 block of Coral
The wind6l& .iao.leh1dfe
were reported busted March 11
in the 400 block of Camellia
A plastic bottle bomb was
found detonated outside an
apartment building March 11 in
the first block of 10th Street.
A simple assault was reported
March 12 in the 300 block of
Various concrete statues val-
ued between $200 and $300
were reported damaged at a res-
idence March 12 in the 300
block of Sailfish Drive.
Two pieces of jewelry valued
at a combined $1,000 were
reported stolen from a residence
March 13 in the first block of
Fleet Landing Boulevard.
A debit card fraud was report-
ed March 14 in the 300 block of
Travis Antwan Canady, 20, of.
Atlantic Beach was arrested on a
warrant and charged with pos-
session of cocaine March 14 in
the 900 block of Plaza, accord-
ing to a police report.
A purse was reported stolen
from a vehicle March' 15 in the
1200 block of Atlantic
Jonathon Michael Adamosky,
26, of Jacksonville was arrested
and charged with possession of
a controlled substance March
14 in the 400 block of Lora
Street, according to a police
Robvn Jensen Adamosky, 24,
of Jacksonville was arrested and
charged with possession of a
controlled substance March 14
in the 400 block of Lora Street,
according to a police report.
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was taken this week from a busi-
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Ponte Vedra Beach, according to
a police report. St. Johns
County Sheriff's deputies were
called to the business after an
employee reported the door
knob to the business was found
on the floor Wednesday morn-
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Swap: Vote planned 4/18
Continued from A-1
The swap would "allow for
this high school to be built
'right where we need it, in
Ponte Vedra, rather than in St.
Augustine where others want
to build it," the brochure says.
Of the two sites being con-
sidered for a high school, one
- behind Talbots on State
Road AlA is in Ponte Vedra
and the other east of Davis
Park is about one mile west
of the Intracoastal Waterway
off County Road 210.
County Commissioner Bruce
Maguire of Ponte Vedra Beach
said Thursday that some peo-
ple might believe the commis-
sion supports the land swap
because the commission and
the high school group have the
same lobbying firm.
. "We're doing everything that
we can to stay out of the pic-
ture," Maguire said about the
County Commission's stance
on the land swap.
"We will insure that our lob-
byist does not give any indica-
tion" that thecommission has
an opinion on the swap, he
St. Johns County schools
Superintendent Joseph Joyner
said Thursday he expects the
School Board to consider his
recommendation on either the
Talbots site'or the Davis Park
-site April 18.
School Board member
Beverly Slough said Thursday
that the board needs to vote on
a site soon so the high school
can open in 2008.
"I can get no positive indica-
tion from Tallahassee that that
[land swap] will be approved,"
she said. "I don't think that
there's a lot of hope for this
School Board member Carla
Wright said she' is against
reconsideration of the Guana
site and that she objects to
member Bill Fehling's voicing
support of the swap in a March
10 letter on School District let-
"That insinuates that he's
*the spokesman for the board,
and the whole board doesn't
go along with it," Wright said.
The swap of land owned by
Gate Petroleum founder Herb
Peyton was discussed. as early
as last spring, but an Oct. 25
letterto Ken Wilson, yice pres-
ident of Gate Petroleum, from
the deputy DEP secretary offers
no support for the idea.
"Due to the precedential
nature' of your request, the
Department cannot authorizesa
on the proposed swap, says the
letter.from Bob Ballard, deputy
secretary of DEP.
'.I would urge you to contin-
ue to look for another more
appropriate site to accommo-
date the construction of the
An article in Wednesday's edition may have not completely
detailed the stance of the Ponte Vedra Municipal Service
District (MSD) on a land swap proposed for a Ponte Ved[a high
school. The MSD's letter on the subject says, "the board of
Trustees of the MSD voted unanimously on March 13, 2006 to
support consideration by the School Board of the land,
Cold Case: Suspect arrested in Connecticut
Continued from A-1
The sheriff said Mitchell
will be expedited to Florida
for the murder trial, but he
could not say when he will be
Morrisette's. mother, Liz
Walters, said the last time she
saw her daughter was when
the mother. left the family
home for a line dancing class-
the night the girl disappeared.
Walters said she left her
with a stack of movies to
watch with her older sister.
The two. girls had an argu-
ment, and the younger girl
stormed out of the- house,
That was the last time any-
one saw the girl alive.
"I've had many nightmares
about what happened to her,",
She said she taught both
her daughters not to:-get in
cars. with strangers, leading
her to believe that she did not
go with her killer willingly.
"I think he drug her in his
car," she said, fighting back
Walters said she filed a
missing person report with
the Jacksonville Sheriff's
Office the night her daughter
disappeared, but the police
told her they don't handle
Walters said she was left
with the task of looking for
the 10-year-old with the help
of a few friends.
But Walters said she is more
relieved than angry now that
she has seen the face of the
man charged with her daugh-
ter's death. ,
"I'm just -glad he's behind
bars so he can't do it to any-
one else," she said.
Solar: Cuts energy costs
Continued from A-i
Businesses also get a 30 per-
cent tax break on installations,
with no cap.
Locally, JEA, Jacksonville's
public utility, is. offering up to
$800 off the installation of a
solar system through its solar
Smith said water heating and
air conditioning are two of the
largest users of energy in residen-
tial and commercial buildings.
Switching to a' solar water
heater can save the average
homeowner between 15 and 30
percent on' their utility bills, he
This may be good news for
former St. Johns Service Co. cus-
tomers who are facing an
increase in their water rates.
Though Greenblatt's system
was costly, Smith said the system
Spays for itself in the long runr.
The equipment for the electri-
cal solar system is designed for a
50-year life; meaning 90 percent,
of the units installed will last at
least 50 years.
SunWorks also offers a warran-
ty on the equipment for 25
years, and Smith said there is
very little maintenance required.
The solar water heater is
designed to last at least 30 years
with a warranty for 10.
A backup battery 'like
Greenblatt's requires slightly
more maintenance than the rest
of the equipment, Smith said.
And the batteries usually last 10
to 15 years.
Smith said some of his cus-
tomers have had solar systems
for the past 25 years and have
never had to request a service
As far as environmental bene-.
fits go, Smith said solar systems
prevent a little less than two tons
of noxious gas emissions that are
associated with power plants
from being released into the
He said those gases are associ-
ated not only with acid rain, but'
'also with respiratory diseases. '
"We can literally save lives as
well as huge costs from the res-
piratory issues," he said.
And that was a major motiva-
tion for Greenblatt, who said her
new philosophy for helping the
environment revolves around'
what she can do as an individual
right now, instead of "waiting
around" for the government to
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Botball: Regional is Saturday at UNF
Continued from A-i
Saturday she and 17 mem-
bers of *Landrum's Botball
Club are scheduled to attend
the,competition, the culmina-
tion of several weeks of work
on, a project designed to,
merge schoolwork and tech-
"The Botball Educational
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science, technology, engineer-
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to keep your students on the,
cutting edge of technology,"
explains the botball Web site
"Botball robots are com-
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on their computer program-
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maneuver on the game
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detect changes in light,
sound, distance, and color."
The UNF competition fea-
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area middle- and high-school
teams, among them Mayport.
Middle, Episcopal High and
It was started to get kids
interested in the more mathe-
matical and scientific end of
technology," Gilliamseh said.'
"It combines math and sci-
ence, engineering. They're
some physics involved, too.
They use all of that.
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Gilliamsen said that with
several of the Landrum bot-
ballers soon headed to Nease
High, that school's botball
club could be reincarnated.
"Hopefully it' [the Nease
team] will get going again
when these guys get there. I
Snow they want to do it,"
Gilliamsen. said the pro-'
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done by ithe students, with
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tried to help put something
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Letters to the editor:
AB mayor is meddling
To the editor:
The Atlantic Beach Mayor
* has gone beyond sound deci-
sion making and- common
decency in his attempts to
micromanage the operation of
the Atlantic Beach Building
,and Zoning department.
Neither the mayor nor any of
the current commissioners has
the knowledge, professional
training, or background to get
involved in the frequent deci-
sions of the trained profession-
al, and very experienced staff
of this department.
The mayor's attempt to gain
control of the authority to
make decisions now held by
this department by personally
attacking a very good staff
employee does not display the
sound judgment that you want
from your mayor.
This employee has kept her
supervisor aware of her person-
al situation. This dedicated
employee has done an excel-
lent job of professionally han-
dling her duties for the last 5
years. She has used her profes-
sional training and expertise to
make the correct decisions
based on the ordinances/laws
that govern Atlantic Beach. If
the law is a problem, you
change the law...not the
trained professional who has
the expertise to correctly and
legally follow it.
We used to have two very
good professionals managing
within this department. We
just lost one to Neptune Beach.
I sure hope we don't MANAGE
to run off the other one.
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picture of the palm trees being
trimmed in preparation for the
TPC. That is all well and good
but why isn't something done
to the medians at the
entrances to the side streets?
The one to Corona is espe-
cially disgusting. The only
thing that was done was put-
ting out straw. If I were visit-
ing the Ponte Vedra Beach
area, the landscaping or lack
thereof certainly wouldn't
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Prepare for good governmenttofght in
by BARBARA A. PETERSEN
We plan for good govern-
ment the same way we prepare
for hurricanes, by raising pub-
lic awareness, by getting the
word out. This, Sunshine
Week, is a week selected by
state and national media to get
the word out on open govern-
ment, seven days spent trum-
peting the cause, highlighting
the importance of the public's
right to oversee its government
through application of public
record and open meetings
laws. Hurricane preparedness,
OK. But a whole week dedicat-
ed to open government? Why
is access to government infor-
mation so important that we
spend a week's worth of time
and resources dedicated to the
The answer, based on core
democratic principles and
steeped in history, is simple,
really. The ability to access the
records and meetings of gov-
ernment is critical to our abili-
ty to govern ourselves, to
-maintain civil liberties and his-,
oric freedoms. The ability,to'
oversee and hold our govern-
ment accountable for its
actions is a fundamental right
in this country, and the princi-
ples of freedom, democracy
and open government are
inextricably and intricately
woven into the fabric of our
The right to know is not a
partisan issue, claimed by one
political party or candidate to
the exclusion of others. It is a
core principle, the bedrock of
any democracy. We want to
know our government is doing-
its job, that our elected offi-
cials are fulfilling promises
made and faithfully represent-
ing our interests. We want to
assure ourselves that our taxes
are being used wisely and that
those taxes are fairly assessed.
We want to know when gov-
ernment officials are abusing
their power and to hold them
accountable when they do.
Trust, said Ronald Reagan,
Florida arguably has the
most progressive open govern-
ment laws in the country, laws
protected by a constitutional
guarantee of access which is
unprecedented in this nation.
But our right of access is under
constant threat and is con-
stantly vulnerable to erosion.
Local governments adopt
restrictive policies that prohib-
it public comment at open
meetings or that require exor-
bitant fees for copies of public
records policies, we should
note, that are contrary to cur-
rent law which stand until
challenged in court and some
government commissions and
boards routinely violate the
open meetings law. State agen-
cies create artificial barriers to
the public's right of access,
requiring those seeking public
records, to make their request
through the agency's general
counsel or public information
officer, to put a request in writ-
ing and state the reason for the
These barriers violate
Florida's public records law
and can cause lengthy delays
in getting access to what are
clearly public records.
-.,The .First. :Amendmeaht
Foundation recently, conduct-,.
ed an audit of compliance with
Florida's public records law in
all 67 counties and a number
of state agencies. The result,
while not bad compared to
similar audits conducted in
other states, was fairly dismal:
Only 58 percent of the agen-
cies tested complied with the
law. A failing grade by the stan-
dards citizens expect and
And each year, the
Legislature proposes numer-
ous exemptions that would
close access to public records
and meetings. By our count,
there are currently over 1,000
exemptions to our right-to-
know. (Let's make this veryN
clear: Every exemption creat-
ed by the Legislature, all 1,000-
plus exemptions, are excep-
tions to our constitutional
right of access.i Does the gov-
ernment need these exemp-
tions? Occasionally, yes.
Some of the exemptions are
valid social security numbers,
personal financial informa-
tion, patient identifying infor-
nation, trade secrets but
many protect the interests of
select special interest groups at
the expense of the public and
others block access to records
that help us keep tabs on our
For example, there's legisla-
tion filed this session that
reenacts a public record
exemption for adverse inci-
dent reports filed with the
Agency for Health Care
Administration (AHCA) by
nursing homes around the
state. Shortly after the exemp-
tion was created, a newspaper
reported there had been more
than 4,300 incidents reported
at Florida nursing homes in
the few months since the bill's
passage, but only 100 had led
to investigations. The story
pointed out that even families
of the patients involved could-
n't get copies of the incident
reports. How do we know
what's going on in our nursing
homes if we don't have access
to these reports? And how can
we be assured that AHCA is
doing what it should to protect
Ocu ..,elile h'ly? We ( an'tL-lihe.
reportS.i, exempt from public
Another bill being consid-
ered this session would close
access to information about
donors to certain publicly-
owned museum houses, which
night be OK if the, donor
requests anonymity. We have
many similar exemptions in
place for museums and halls of
fame around the state. But this
legislation automatically closes
access to such information and
takes a huge step farther it
also closes access to any infor-
mation about the donation
itself. Is the museum using the
donation for a legitimate pur-
pose? Or is the money being
misappropriated or misspent?
Who knows? The records are
closed to public inspection.
Trust, certainly. But please,
verify. It's our right.
Barbara A. Petersen is presi-
dent of the First Amendment
Foundation, a private non-profit,
non-partisan organization based
in Tallahassee. Visit
wmiw.floridafaf.org for inforrna-
Many have helped contribute to RITA
To the editor:
The RITA (Research Is The Answer)
Foundation Inc. began in 1997 to raise aware-
ness and money to help in the fight against all
cancers, especially breast cancer.
In the past nine years, we have donated more
than $1.64 million for-cancer research, educa-
t. ion and patient programs at Jacksonville area
hospitals, including the Baptist Cancer
Institute, the Mayo Clinic, Shands Jacksonville,
and Baptist Medical Center-Beaches.
RITA is an all-volunteer nonprofit public
foundation. As such, we are able to donate 100
percent of the net proceeds from our various
special events. We have no salary costs or over-
The RITA Foundation's success would not be
possible if not for our hardworking volunteers
and generous corporate sponsors. Jacksonxille
and the Beaches are fortunate to have such car-
ing and giving corporate donors as Brumos
Motor Cars Inc., Lexus of Jacksonville, Merrill
Lynch, The Main Street America Group, Key
Audi, Key Hyundai, Wachovia Bank, IronStone
Bank, CenterBank of Jacksonville and
LongHorn Steakhouses. -
Cancer is a disease that we can and must cure.
But we cannot do it without the help and sup-.
port of the charity event volunteers and the
backing of our corporate leaders.
Thanks to all who have participated over the
years in our collective quest to fight cancer here.
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The RITA Foundation
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My neighbor teaches
auto mechanics at a
high school focused
on preparing students to land
a job soon after graduation. A
quiet guy with a dry sense of
humor, Tim usually keeps
classroom happenings to him-
self. However, an incident.
which took place last month
sent the lanky southerner
across the street to share.
"Hey," he said when I pulled
into my driveway just as he
was getting out of his car. "I
thought about you today at
"Yeah," I replied. "Someone
blow up a lab or something?"
Tim laughed. He's heard
enough about my goofy expe-
riences while I was teaching
science to seventh and eighth
graders that he never comes
close to me with any chemi-
cals. I think the story about a
small fire in my lab closet real-
ly spooked him.
"No, it was a comment from
another teacher," Tim contin-
ued.. "It sounded 'like some-
tlhing ou'd say."
My neighbor. took his time
telling me about Rod, one of
his students who left daily trail
of Cheerio droppings behind
whenever he left the room.
After 30 years of teaching, Tim
said he's learned not to battle'
the un-winnable small stuff.
Therefore, he simply tackled
Rod's desk area with a broom
and dustpan when the munch-
ing teenager departed each
"Rod's a good kid. Does his
work. Doesn't create a fuss.
Doesn't cause any trouble,"
Tim said. "I don't know if he
can't eat his morning meal at
home or what, but in the grand
scheme of things, I'd rather
sweep up a few crumbs than
make a scene."
Tim went on to tell me that a
kid chomping Cheerios in class
was mild compared to other
encounters he'd had in recent
"A few days ago I found two
students smoking pretzels in
the hall restroom. I think," he
added with a chuckle, "they'd
simply run out of pot and
decided to smoke something
out of the vending machine."
Tim's bizarre bathroom dis-
covery should have clued him
to the fact that not all his stu-
dents had car repair on their
minds, but he hoped for the
"Today I showed a video
about the importance of get-
ting the proper training and
testing for certification as an
automotive service profession-
al," Tim said. "The very last
part of the video zoomed in on
the ASE insignia. The clip
stressed that when a .customer
saw that, he or she could be
sure they were in competent
car fixing hands."
Since Tim thought all his
class members were paying
attention, he decided to quiz
the kids after the video to see if
they had any questions.
"What," Tim asked pointing
tp the ASE badge of certifica-
tion on his own shirt, "does
Tim expected someone to
earn an easy bonus point for'
their answer, however, that's
riot exactly what happened.
"It means," Rod piped up,
"that you killed people in the
Tim was stunned into a sec-
ond of silence, which gave his
student teacher a chance to
"You're almost correct," she
told Rod, "but it really means
that your favorite instructor is
a cereal killer."
Kathleen Feindt Bailey
Editor, The Beaches Leader
President and Publisher
March 17, 2006 The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader Page 5A
Re arding using Guana land for a Ponte Vedra high school
To the editor:
The lust for state preserva-
tion land 'continues! The group
of selfish people in Ponte Vedra
are now taking the next repug-
nant steps to get what they
Some "anonymous" support-
er has financed a mailing of
20,000 flyers supporting the
Guana land grab. Remember
the similar campaign.launched
by wealthy builders and devel-
opers in Jax Beach -in an,
attempt to stop the high-rise
ban? Their misinformation and
misleading tactics almost"
worked, but thank goodness
enough people were smart
enough to see through it and
stop the high-rise building
madness before Jax Beach
turned into Daytona.
Funny how everyone is
ignoring the Talbots site. With
this talk about a high school
"within our community," does
'that mean that that part of
To the editor:
The Ponte Vedra High School
Coalition is trying to strong-
hold Ponte Vedrans into
believing that taking away a
part of precious Wildlife area is
a "four win situation." It would
be such a shame and a terrible
loss for the environment.
What kind of a precedent
would be 'set if this is allowed?
I always thought that a "pre-
serve" was just that: Preserved.
If we allow this land to be
developed what would be
next? The Everglades, other
conserved land, parks and his-
toric sites? If this portion of
Guana Wildlife Management
To the editor:
Today received a mailing
from the Ponte: Vedra High
School Coalition advocating
placing a high school in the
Guana. It is disingenuous at
best and in fact an outright lie.
Not once does it mention the
invasion of the Guana and
indicates the alternative is in
St. Augustine. y. ~
The facts are that,,;threis
already an approved site in
Ponte Vedra and the two alter-
native sites are, in fact, in Palm
Valley about two miles apart.
As is typical of these people
they do not tell, the truth and
omit the Davis Park site. Not
once do they tell us why it is so
important to rape the Guana.
It is all ego, snobbery, and per-
haps a touch of racism. There is
Ponte Vedra does not count as
part of the community? I can
remember just a few years back
when the area next to Guana
was called Palm Valley, and
nobody was interested in it,
(expect maybe a few real estate
Now a Tallahassee lobbying
firm has agreed to lobby the
Florida Department of
Environmental Protection for
the land grab/swap. Things are
starting to smell more and
more like big money and the
rich and powerful buying what
they want. Guana preservation
land belongs to all of us in the
state of Florida, not a special'
There are two other viable
choices for a high school. Take
one and please leave our land
John M. Wells
area, is allowed to be developed
just wait and soon, enough
there won't be any green left in
Florida at all.
One of the main reasons we
purchased our home in Ponte
Vedra was because of its close-
ness to Guana Wildlife
. Management area. and the
serenity and natural setting
that it provides. Please don't
let this precious asset be stolen
The Davis Park site is bigger,
also free and it is: the best
choice for, a Ponte Vedra high
beginning to be a sense that
Developers are behind all this.
Having run out of land in this
area the Guana is the only
The only way this new high
school is'in Ponte Vedra is if it
goes to the Talbot site. Herb
Peyton, oil baron, could easily
reduce' the price of that site
arid develop the land :on Neck,
Ro'adas it is so beautiful.'OhKe
wonders if it is not wetlands
thus .his sudden generosity.
People of Ponte Vedra, St
Johns County, and the state of
Florida \VWAKE UP!!! You are
being conned. Write Jeb and
fell him that we don't want
anything in any part of the
William G Muir
Ponte Vedra Beach
To the editor:
Want to see what will happen to Mr. Herb
Peyton's Gate Outpost property when its
"protectors" persuade the St. Johns County
School Board to eliminate the land, parcel
from consideration for a high school?
The Sierra Club fought a good fight--one
crusader lost her home to legal expenses--
the Sierra Club lost the fight for what is now
Nocatee, and the clear' cutting has begun. If
you say, "This time it's, different", then
To the editor:
As the parents of 8 and 12,
year old daughters, who live in
Ponte Vedra, we have watched.
with great concern, the process
and progress of deciding on a
location of a high school.
After reviewing the potential
sites, we feel the one that pro-
vides the safest and most advan-
tageous environment for our
children is the Guana site.
Although' we understand the
concerns and obstacles of build-
ing on state conservation land,
we feel the education and future
of the children who live in
Ponte Vedra is far more impor-
tant than trying to preserve 50
acres of pine trees. With the
offer that Herb Peyton has pro-
posed, it seems to be a benefit to
all parties concerned.
Conservation land is traded rou-
tinely, and many times for less
important things than' the
future of our children.
Dr. and Mrs. Roger L.
Ponte Vedra Beach
To the editor:
-As a Ponte Vedran, I feel
strongly that every effort should
be made by our county school
board to build the high school
in Ponte Vedra so our children
do not- lose their sense of com-
munity when they go to school.
How can .a Nocatee high
school ever fully embrace a
Ponte Vedra call to rally around
a community effort? Ask any
Ponte Vedra community associ-
ation if they'would hold their
monthly'meetings at a Nocatee
location'and the answer would
be no. Our county school board
should take -into consideration
the Ponte ,,Vedra High School
Coalition's Mickler. Road site
(with no costs) and do their part
in keeping the high school that
the kids deserve in their own
community and the taxpayer
Ponte Vedra Beach
SEEK MORE INFO:
To the editor:'
It's truly sad that people
allow their personal biases,
again on both sides, to affect
their \iew of this very important
decision for our community.
It's also clear that people are
making inaccurate statements'
either out of ignorance or :per-
haps blatantly, in order to sway
public opinion. As a parent
with three children quickly
approaching high school, I'd
like to hear accurate informa-
tion. AWe have questions that
are getting fuzzy answers. For
instance: Ignoring the value of
land in terms of development,
which piece -of property is more
valuable to the environment? In
other words, if both pieces of
property were being offered pro-
tective status at the same time
under equal terms, which one
would we rather preserve if we
could only choose one? Isn't
-this question the best litmus test
in regards to land value? Since
most parties, but not all, agree
that the Talbots location creates
serious traffic concerns, which
property would offer the least
traffic concerns of all? I'm not
an 'expert but I wondered if
everyone crossing the bridge
creates a natural bottleneck.:
The political query: Because
the previous 100 acre develop-
ment swap deal was outright
rejected, what bearing does that
have on this arrangement today
since they're totally different in
nature? Pun intended.
Nocatee explosion: The
schools that will come from,
Nocatee, and the new high
school being debated here, are
all part of the St. John's County
Public School District. Isn't 'it tl
fair to assume that it doesn't 1
matter which side of the ditch li
it's on? They'll zone and rezone C
over the course of the. years as
they need to.
I can only say, that I like the
idea of a safe, affordable, and
environmentally friendly' loca-
tion for the school. I'd like to
believe that Mr. Peyton's proper-
ty is more highly suited .for
wildlife than rows of planted
pine. So, I admit my bias. But I
still have questions., Most of
all, I want answers that are cor-
rect, logical, and informed.
Currently, as a reader of this and
every other publication, I'm
only clear on one thing: Most
of us have made up our mind
without knowing all the facts.
Ponte Vedra Beach
Flash forward 5 years.
The 'Davis Park' high school is at capacity,
and just added portable buildings for over-
flow. It's populated with 1400 Nocatee kids.
If you say, "This time it's different.", then
look at Nease High School and its portables.
The kids in Palm Valley and Ponte Vedra.
still need a,school of their own, but there is
a residential development where the
Outpost used to be--smack in the middle of
Guana, overlooking Lake Ponte Vedra.
The Department of Environmental
Protection put the Outpost, land on its wish
To the editor
There are countless Florida
landowners who own hun-
dreds of thousands of pristine
upland and waterfront acres
throughout our state. State
conservation groups would
love to protect this land from
development' but cannot
afford to buy it.
But many of these wealthy
landowners, motivated ,by a
desire to leave a legacy to the
communities they live in and
love, might well be willing to
gift their valuable acreage to
state conservation if the state
will simply provide less valu-
able land for community
needs such as schools. The
landowners get their legacy,
the state gets the valuable
land they couldn't afford and
the communities get land for
their schools at no cost.
Our state DEP has suggest-
ed this type of trade might set
a "dangerous precedent." I say
it will be only with these
types of private-public part-
nerships that our state will be,
able to secure the valuable
conservation acreage we
desire and need.
Rather than a "dangerous
precedent", this is precisely
the kind of precedent that
the elected officials of our
rapidly growing' state must
pursue and embrace.
L i ; 9dil r hilJr
To the editor:
This is my observation to the
question of 'whether Herb
Peyton's offer is real.
I had asked Mr. Peyton if he
would make an announcement
of his intention to give the stat
50 acres of his Outpost property
in exchange for 50 acres on
Mickier Road behind the new
His reply was that if he or any
of his people were to give out
the news, people would say,
"What is he up to now? What is
he getting out of it?" I have
heard these very observations
from people who oppose this
Several have had assurances
from Mr. Peyton that the offer is,
real. Mayor John Peyton was
asked last week on his visit to
the Beaches about this offer.
Mayor Peyton assured the audi-
ence that his father's only rea-
son for making the offer was for
the children of Ponte Vedra.
Opponents of the land
To the editor:
Local businessman and
founder of Gate Petroleum,
Herb Peyton, has recently
offered to give the state of
Florida 50 acres (of some of the
most beautiful, environmentally
sensitive land in Northeast
Florida) in exchange for planted
pine forest land (currently held
in the Guana inventory).
Mr. Peyton's land, located at
the southern end of our com-
munity, on Lake Ponte Vedra, is
surrounded by conservation
land on three sides and is valued
in the tens of millions. The state
To the editor:
The possibility of placing a high school on
he Guana periphery is prompting warnings of
oom to the preserve, but there's'. a terrific
nearby example of people and nature co-exist-
ing. Just look north to Jekyll Island, Georgia.
t's protected by the state, renowned for its
eauty and preservation of natural resources:
nd is a wildlife preserve.
Jekyll measures only 5,700 acres which is
mailer than the Guana. And the birds, deer,
urkeys, turtles and other creatures flourish
here despite the impact ofJ.ekyll's nine hotels,
8 restaurants, four golf courses and 1.5 mil-
ion annual visitors. A high school on the
iuana outskirts won't ruin the preserve!
list as conservation land; but did not have
the funds to buy the land. Developers had
the money. The DEP had no legal ability to
dictate whether a developer could build on
the land. There are also now office buildings
on the 'Talbots' property off of AlA. The
PGA tour has broken ground on condos in
the TPC parking area, honoring a commit-
ment to the Players' pension fund.
Look west--now what?
exchange have made light of us
calling the school site, the
Mickler location or Publix loca-
tion. These same people refer to
the Nocatee site as the Davis
Park site. Make no mistake, if
the new high school is built on
the Nocatee site, Ponte Vedra
will never have its own high'
Twenty-five years from now,
people will say, "Another exam-
ple of poor planning." Also in
this 25th year; Herb Peyton and
I will be gone and there will be
beautiful homes and condos on
the shores of beautiful Lake
Ponte Vedra in what is now the
Outpost, and the Guana people
will cry, "Who let this happen?"
The answer is, "You did."
I came from an area of the
country where a "man's word is
his bond." Herb Peyton's word is
good enough for me.
Cofounder, Ponte Vedra
High School Coalition
would like to purchase it for
conservation protection but,
even if it were for sale, could not
afford it. The planted pine land
is adjacent to the new Publix, at
Skeptics wonder why such a
shrewd, successful businessman
would make, such an offer.
Could, it possibly be that Mr.
Peyton simply wants his legacy
to include a gift to another pre-
cious resource,, the children of
the community he loves?
SPonte Vedra Beach
However, a residential community on Herb
Peyton's pristine Outpost: property would be
tragic. And according to his lawyer, Mr. Peyton
has the right to develop 74 of the Outpost's
105 acres. His gracious offer to GIVE the ,state
50 acres of that tract in exchange for the pro-
posed high school site needs to be approved
Those who have worked so hard to protect
the Guana deserve our gratitude. But oppo-
nents of this deal are failing to see its potential
benefits to both the community and conserva-
Ponte Vedra- Beach
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St. Patrick's Day,
Red Hat Foxes: The Red Hat
Foxes will celebrate St. Patrick's
Day at 11:30 a.m. at Culhane's,
967 Atlantic Blvd. (in the Publix
shopping center), Atlantic
Beach. Call 285-3505 to R.S.V.P.
Irish stew: Fleet -Reserve
Association Branch 290 will
serve Irish stew from 5 to 8p.m.'
at 390 Mayport Road, Atlantic
Beach. The cost is $5. Call 246-
6855 for information.
Pistol course: A certified
basic pistol and advanced
defensive tactics course Will be
held from 7:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Fraternal Order of Police Lodge
65 in Nassau County. Call Gary
Belson at 904-491-8358 for
Hazardous waste collection:
Household hazardous waste can
be brought to a collection area
in front of City Hall in Atlantic
Beach from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Household hazardous products
include paint, paint thinner
and stripper, pool chemicals,
gasoline, antifreeze, pesticides
and herbicides. Electronics,
such as computer monitors, tel-
evisions, batteries, etc., may
also be dropped off. Call 270-
1651 for information.
Gardening: A master garden-
.er will be at Proctor Ace
Hardware, 580 Atlantic Blvd.
(in the Kmart shopping center),
Neptune Beach, from 9 a.m. till
noon to answer gardening
S questions. Call 249-5622 for
Open house: The Seaside
S. 'Playgarden, 223 8th Ave. S.,
Jacksonville Beach, will hold an
open house from 10 a.m. till
noon. Call 247-1314 to R.S.V.P.
Parliamentarians: The First
Coast Parliamentarians will
meet at 10:15 a.m. at the Ponte
Vedra Beach Branch Library,
101 Library Blvd., Ponte Vedra
Beach. Visitors are welcome.
!l.7&v4-J9.'074 or 223-1314 for
SCBWI: The Society of
Children's Book Writers &
Illustrators will meet from 1 to.
3 p.m. at the Southeast
Regional Library in Deerwood.
E-mail Janet Walter at jgwal-
firstname.lastname@example.org for informa-
Art class: A family art class.
will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. at
the Jacksonville Museum of
Modem Art, 333 N. Laura St.,
.acksonville. The class is free
with museum admission. For
information, call Ashlie
Johnson at 366-6911, extension
207, or e-mail ajohnson
St. Patrick's dinner: A St.
Patrick's dinner and show will
'be held at American Legion
Auxiliary 316, 1127 Atlantic
Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Dinner is
at 5 p.m., and the show starts at
8 p.m. Call 249-0202 for infor-
Seafood festival: The Great
'Atlantic Seafood Festival will be
held at the Sea Walk Pavilion in
Jacksonville Beach. there will
be seafood, music, arts and
crafts, rides, and games. Call
249-3972 for information.
.Sunday, March 19
Church homecoming: Palm
Valley Baptist Church will hold
its homecoming at 9:30 a.m. at
4890 Palm Valley Road, Ponte
Vedra Beach. A fellowship meal
will follow, and everyone is wel-
come. Call 285-2447 for infor-
Meditation and dharma:
Carol Lutker will give a talk on
meditation and dharma from
10 to 11:30 a.m. at Cobalt
'Moon Center's Sky Studio, 217
First St.; Neptune Beach. Call
386-246,4092 for information.
ArtFusion: "ArtFusion for
Families" is held from noon to
4 p.m. at the Jacksonville
'Museum of Modern Art, 333 N.
Laura St., Jacksonville. Call
Ashlie Johnson at 366-6911,
extension 207, for information.
Major Author Program: As
part of the Major Author
Program of the Friends of the
Library-Ponte Vedra Beach,'
Khaled Hosseini, author of "The
Kite Runner," will speak at 7:30
p.m. at the University of North
Florida's Fine Arts Center
Lazzara Theatre. A backstage
reception for the author will be
held at 6 p.m., and there will be
a book-signing immediately fol-
lowing the presentation. Call
904-242-0440 for tickets or
Monday, March :20
The Players Championship
Woman's club: The Ponte
Vedra Woman's Club meets at
10 a.m. at Sawgrass Country
Club, Ponte Vedra. Sherri
Hogan, director of develop-
ment for the Jacksonville
Museum of Contemporary Art,
will talk about the museum.
Visitors are welcome. Call 543-
0993 for information.
Cancer Society: The
American Cancer Society will
hold a committee rally from
5:30 to 7 p.m. at Mlundo Grill in
Jacksonville Beach. The rally is
open to anyone interested in
working on the planning com-
mittee for the Oct. 14 "Making
Strides Against Breast Cancer"
at the Sea Walk Pavilion. Call
249-0022 for information.
Femmes 892: Le Petit Salon
des Huit Chapeaux et Quarante
Femmes 892 will meet at 7:30
p.m. at Ocean Beaches
American Legion Post 129,
1151 S.- 4lthSt., Jacksonvillei
Beach. A formal initiation will
be conducted. Call 242-0042 for
Tuesday, March 21
Senior workshop: Edward
Jones Investment representa-
tive offers free senior workshops
at 10 a.m. at 13171 Atlantic
Blvd., Suite 300. Reservations
are required. Call 221-8501.
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NFACCA: The North Florida
Air Conditioning Contractors
Association will meet from
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Ramada
Inn .Mandarin, 3130 Hartley
,Road. The cost is $15 with
R.S.V.P., and $20 without. Call
783-3155 or e-mail nfacca@bell-
south.net for information or to
Democratic club: The
Beaches Democratic Club will
meet at 6:30 p.m. at the
Neptune Beach Days Inn, 1401
Atlantic Blvd.' (across from
Publix). Rod Smith, one of two
top Democratic candidates for
governor and current Florida
state senator, is the featured
speaker. Call Peyton Hopkins at,
249-9550 for information.
Book signing: Florida mys-
tery writer Randy Wa'yne White
will be at The Bookmark. at 7
p.m. to read from and sign
copies of his new book "Dark
Light." Call 241-9026 for infor-
Diabetes workshop: Coastal
Care Medical Center &
F.O.R.M.E. Rehabilitation will
present an educational work-
shop about diabetes at 10909-9
Atlantic Blvd., Jacksonville.
Lunch will be provided. Call
642-3304 to register or for more
DAR: The United Daughters
of the Confederacy will meet at
11 a.m. at the Selva Marina
Country Club. Hugh Palmer of
the Mandarin Museum is the
speaker. Visitors are welcome.
Call 223-3025 for information.
Garden club: the Ribault
Garden Club, 705 2nd Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach, will offer a
program on roses. The public is
invited. Call 246-4641 for infor-
Friday, March 24
Fish fry: Fleet Reserve
Association Branch 290 will
have a fish frv from 5 to 8 p.m.
at 390MIa,)ypor I Road,.;,4tlan,tic;
Beach. The cost,is $8: Call 246-,
6855 for information or to
place a take-out order.
Red Hat Foxes: The Red Hat
Foxes will meet at 5:30 p.m. at
Outback Steakhouse, J. Turner
Butler and AlA, Jacksonville
Beach. Call 285-3505 to R.S.V.P.
Book club: The Red Hat
Foxes Book Club will meet at 7
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"Gumbo Weekend" today and
March 25. The event starts with
a check in/meet and greet at 7
p.m. at Hooter's at Jacksonville
Landing. There will be a gumbo
cooking contest March 25 from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m., with tasting
from 2 to 3 p.m. and awards at
3 p.m. A weekend package is
$35 per person. For informa-
tion; call Mark Renfroe at 771-
6890 or Barbara Shartran at
Smokin' Red Hats: The
Smokin' Red Hat Ladies of VFW'
3270 will have a luncheon at 2
p.m. at Lynch's Insh Pub, 514
N. 1st St., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 241-8008 or 242-0042 for
Sunday, March 26
Daughters of the
Confederacy: The Mattie T.
Wright Chapter of the United
Daughters of the Confederacy'
will meet at 11 a.m. at Selva
Marina Country Club. Hugh
Palmer from the Mandarin
Museum is the speaker. Visitors
are welcome. Call 223-3025 for
ArtFusion: "ArtFusion for
Families" is held from noon to
4 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Museum of Modem Art, 333 N.
Laura St., Jacksonville. Call
Ashlie Johnson at 366-6911,
extension 207, for information.
Tuesday, March 28
Lecture: Paul Rusesabagina,
the hero of the Rwandan geno-
cide portrayed in "Hotel
Rwanda," will speak at 7 p.m. at
Swisher Gymnasium. Tickets
are $5 per person. Call 256-
7520 for information.
Full Circle: Full Circle, a sup-
port group for those caring for
their elderly parents, will meet
at 7 p.m. at the, Council on
Aging Coastal Community
Center,, 180 M.Ainej;>t,h ;
Augustine. Call Diane Lqngo at,
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Market Hours: Mon.-Sat. 1:00-5:30 restaurant Hours: Mon.- Sat. 10:00-8:00
904-823-4815 for information.
Automotive recycling work-
shop: The Florida Department
of Environmental Protection
will sponsor a workshop on
automotive recycling. Visit
motiveRecyclers.htm for infor-
Women's partnership: The':
Beaches Women's Partnership
will meet horn 3 to.4 p.m; at-
6000-A Sawgrass Village Drive"
across from Publix in Ponte
Vedra Beach. Call Gail Bacon at
273-4795 or e-mail info@wom-
enspartnership.org for informa-
Townhall meeting: A town-
hall meeting titled "Democracy
and Security: Are They In
Conflict?" will be held from 7
to 9 p.m. at the Florida Times
Union Auditorium, One
Riverside Blvd., Jacksonville.
Admission is free. Call 904-591-'
7634 for information.
Spring concert: The
Foundation Academy's annual
spring concert, "Sounds of
Spring," will be held at 7 p.m. at
Neptune Baptist Church. The.
event is free. Call 241-3515 tor
Friday, March 31
Springing the Blues: The
14th Annual Springing the
Blues Festival will be held from
5 to 10 p.m. today, noon to 10
p.mr. April 1, and noon to 8
p.m. April 2 at the Sea Walk
Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach.
In addition to music, there will
be barbecue and seafood, kids'
activities, and an arts and crafts
show. Call 249-3972 or visit
Rummage sale: The
Jacksohville Beaches Woman's
Club will have a rummage sale
today and April 1 at 1315 2nd
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach. Call
t 246-2737 or 249-0786 for inf!rij
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April Fools' Day.
Fashion show: The Steinway
Society will present a sophisti-
cated afternoon fashion show
from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Casa Marina Hotel in
Jacksonville Beach. Tickets are
,$100 each. Call Piano Expo at
904-545-2117 for information.
Art class: A family art class
will be held from 2 to 3 p.m. at
the Jacksonville Museum of
Modem Art, .333 N. Laura St.,
Jacksonville. The class is free
with museum admission. For
information, call Ashlie
lohnson at 366-6911, extension
207, or e-mail ajohnson
Queen Chi Chi: The Red Hat
Foxes will go to Savannah for a
show and gourmet dining-.at
the Paula Dean restaurant. The.,
cost is $69. E-mail-
Sons and daughters of vet-
erans: The Association of Sons
and Daughters of W1VI
Veterans will lead a group to
England and France this month
to commemorate the 62nd
anniversary of the D-Day land-
ings, the Battle for Normandy
and the drive through Fiance to
the Rhine. Call Sy Canton at
561-865-8495 for information.
Sunday, April 2
Daylight Savings Time
ArtFusion: "ArtFusion for
Families" is held from noon to
4 p.m. at the Jacksonville
Museum of Modem Art, 333 N.
Laura St., Jacksonville. Call
Ashlie Johnson at 366-6911,
extension 207, for information.
Tuesday, April 4
Community health educa-
tion: Baptist Medical Center
Beaches is offering a communi-
tv health education class titled
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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader Page 7A
Erik J. Edenholm, 39, died
March 14, 2006 at his residence
in Jacksonville. He was born
June 9, 1966 in Kingston, NY
and moved to Jacksonville in
1978 from Woodstock, NY.
Family members include his
mother, Cecelia Edenholm of
Jacksonville and his brother,
Michael (Pauline) Edenholm of
Funeral Services will be held
at 11 a.m., Saturday March 18
Cora L. Eggert Hart, 90, of
Jacksonville Beach died on
Monday, March 13, 2006 in
Jacksonville, Beach. She was
born on Feb. 6, 1917 in
Madison, the daughter .of the
late John Henry and Jessie
Ward Jenkins. She was a mem-
ber of the' Neptune Baptist
She is survived by a son Gene
Howard (Nancy) of
Philadelphia, PA, sister, Jackie
Geiger of Jacksonville, two
Ellis "Jet" Johnson, 66, died
March 16, 2006; He was a well
known football, coach and
teacher of Fletcher High
School of Jacksonville Beach'
for almost 20 years, and was a,
former coach for Terry Parker
High School for 10 years and
Wolfson High School for 5
years. He was born in St. Louis,
Missouri and moved -to
Jacksonville in 1956. He was a
member of the St. ,Paul's
Catholic Church and a mem-
ber of the FHSAA. He also
served his country in the
United States Air Force.
Family members include his
wife, Jane Arnold Johnson, of
37 years; father, Robert R..
Johnson; sons, Robert, David
and Ellis "Bubba" Johnson;
step-son, Charles (Jayne) Bell;
daughters, Janet (Danny)
Disch, and Candy (Thomas)
Laubach; grandsons, Derek,
Austin, Taylor, Austin, and
Jacob lohnson, Billy and Ryan
Laubach and Jared Bell;, grand-
daughters, Chandler, Erica,
Virginia Disch and Erin
Laubach; brother-in-law, James'
F. (Jean) Arnold, Sr. and numer-
Captain Gregory Foy Mills,
61, died in Gainesville on
March 12, 2006 after an
extended illness. He was born
in Orlando in 1944 to Grace
Partin 'Boyer and, the late.
Thomas Matthew Mills.
He graduated high school in
North Miami. Beach, graduat-
ed from Virginia Polytechnic
and was corn-
missioned as a
in the US Army. "
He served as a
c ompa. ny H En
Officer with the
1st Bn. 502d
Division during ,. .
the Vietnam '.
War. He was ;..-&
recipient of 5 ,
bronze. stars Captain Greg
with valor and .
a purple-heart. Mills owned his'
own construction business
before going to work at OICC
Trident; Kings Bay Naval Base
in St. Mary's, GA. He then trav-
eled 'overseas and worked for
Parsons Overseas Co., and for
tle US Army .Corps of
Engineers in Koror, Palau.
Family members include his
mother Grace Boyer, of
Orlando; step father William T.
ILIE nSijr iflcc
in the Isle of Faith United
Methodist Church with the
Reverend- Skip Parvin officiat-
ing. Private interment will be
Memorial contributions may.
be made to the the Isle of Faith
United Methodist Church,
1821 San Pablo Rd S.
Jacksonville, FL 32224
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.
grandchildren,, Phillip Howard
and Joann Howard of
Philadelphia, PA. In addition to
her parents she was preceded
in death by her husbands
Russell Eggert and Walter Hart.
A funeral service will be held
on Monday, March 20, at 10
a.m. at the- Hardage-Giddens
Funeral Home, 1701 Beach
Blvd. Jacksonville Beach, FL.
Interment will follow at H.
Warren Smith Cemetery.
ous nieces and nephews. He,
was predeceased by his moth-
er, Ruth Johnson.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8
p.m., today, Friday, with a
Rosary prayed 7 p.m., in the:
chapel of Quinn-Shalz, A
Family Funeral Home. A Mass
of Christian Burial will be cele-
brated 11 a.m., Saturday, in
the St. Paul's Catholic Church
of Jacksonville Beach, with the
Reverend, William Kelly as
Celebrant, followed by a recep-
tion in the Family Life Center.'
A private family burial will be
held Monday in H. Warren
Smith Cemetery of
In lieu of flowers the family
requests memorial donations
be made to the Jim Jacobs
Charitable Foundation Inc.
P.O. Box 1223 Madison, CT
06443, or to the St. Vincent
dePaul Society, 224 5th Street
North, Jacksonville Beach, FL
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
3600 3rd St. S., Jacksonville
Boyer; his sister, Marion Van
Loon Clarcona; wife Melinda
Mills and daughter Caroline
April Mills both of Koror,
Palau; daughter, 'Susan Mills
(Tommy) Singleton of Royal,
AR; sons, Mark Gregory Mills'
of Jacksonville, John Scott.
Mills of Neptune Beach,
Thomas Lee Chevez Cruzana
and Paul David
C h e %, e z
of Avon Park,.
FL and four
service will be.
held at 10 a.m.,
IX .March 18 in the
"" chapel of
ory Foy Mills Family Funeral
Home, with the'
Reverend David Sheffield offi-
In lieu of flowers, the family
requests that ,donations be
made to 'the Freedom
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home,
'3600 3rd St. S., Jacksonville
Erik J. Edenholm
Fletcher coach's legacy is
recalled by family, friends
Cora L. Eggert Hart
THE HRK OR
Geraldine B. Olfers
Geraldine B. Olfers, 82, died
on March 13, 2006.
She was the widow of Casper
Hamilton Olfers, daughter of
the late Raymond D. and Isabel
B. Burnet of Winnetka, IL and
Wianno, MA, sister of Muriel A.
Burnet of Chicago, IL and the
late Raymond K. Bumet of PA.
She also leaves a nephew,
Adam W. Bumet qf NJ. She for-
merly lived in Sarasota, FL and
Chappaqua; NY, and was a for-
mer president, of the Mt. Kisco,
NY AAUW Chapter. She (was'
involved in a myriad of volun-
teer activity, including the
Chappaqua, NY Historical
Society, and areas of the med-
ical environment. She held a
degree from Pine Manor' Jr.
College, Wellesiey, MA and a
BS degree' from North Western
University. She, was a past
member of the Sara Bay. Club,
Sarasota and Sawgrass Beach
Club of Ponte Vedra Beach.
Inurment, will be private.
Anyone wishing to make a
memorial contribution in her
name may send it to North
Western University c/o the
C.H. and G.B. Olfers,
Scholarship Fund, Evanston,
Services under the direction
of'Quinn-Shalz Funeral Home.
Dorothy M. Stemple
Dorothy M. Stemple, 75,
died March 10, 2006 in
Avante Nursing Home of
Jacksonville Beach. She was
born Dec. 5, 1930 in Elkins,
West Virginia and moved to
the Jacksonville area in 1989.
She ,was a graduate of Elkins
High School and received her,
Bachelor degree in nursing
from Davis and Elkins
College. She was a member of
the Eastern Star.
Family members include
her sons, Keith "Gene"
(Sharon) Phares of Neptune
Beach, Florida, George
(Debbie) Phares of Kingwood,'
Texas; Daughter, Cindy
(Larry) Felger of New,
Martinsville, West Virginia;
Morgan arid Keith; 3 great-
Michaela and Olivia.
' Private family services will
be'held'at a'later date in West
Virgihia. The family has
requested that in lieu of flow-
ers, interested persons may
donate to the NMD Anderson
Cancer Center, P.O. Box 4464,
Houston, TX 77210, in the
memory of Dorothy Stemple.
Services under the direction
of Quinn-Shalz Funeral
Thomas Weathersbee, 81,
longtime resident of
Jacksonville Beach, died
March 15, 2006. He was born
in Branford and served as a'
chief engineer in the Merchant
Marines for 29 years. A veteran
of W,Wil, he served 'in the
Pacific theater on several differ-
ent ships. He, also served dur-
ing the Korean conflict ,and
Surviving are his wife of 51
years, Liliane, a daughter,
Michele '(William) Doro, two
grandchildren, William and
Miranda, a son, Bill
Weathersbee, a brother, James
(Helen) Weathersbee, and two
nephews, Paul and 'Robert
Visitation will be Friday,
March 17 from 6- 8 pm at
Home, 1701 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach. A Service
of Christian Burial will be at 10
a.m. Saturday, March 18 at the
funeral home. Fr. William
Kelly will officiate.
"He never felt more at
home than on the football
field. They gave him three
weeks to live twice but he
would never give up hope."
Johnson is survived by his
father, Robert R. Johnson of
Jacksonville Beach, his wife,
Jane Arnold Johnson, six chil-
dren, and 12 grandchildren.
A funeral service is set for
11 a.m. Saturday at St. Paul's
Catholic Church. A private
burial will be held Monday at
Warren Smith' Cemetery in
by JOHNNY WOOD-
Ellis Johnson was known as
"the Jet" during his high
school and college football
days because he could outrun
most tacklers to the end zone.
He even outran a rare form
of leukemia in 1995.
But leukemia' takes many
forms, and Johnson lost the
.race of his life early Thursday
morning at Baptist Medical
The former Fletcher High
School football coach and dri-
ver's education teacher died,
after a 15-month battle with
acute myelogenous leukemia'
(AML). He was 66.
"He fought the good fight,"
his son, Ellis "Bubba"
Johnson, said Thursday at the
family's' Neptune Beach
"I played for him and
coached alongside him for
nine years. He taught me a
lot. It's a tough loss. My hero
is gone." .
Bubba Johnson said his
father was a larger-than-life
figure with a never-say-die
He beat hairy-cell leukemia,
which affects 2 percerit of all
leukemia cases, in 1995 after
only one treatment. He partic-
ipated in the Relay for Life
walk at Fletcher in 2000 and
He contracted AML in
December 2004 and was at
Baptist undergoing a trial
treatment this week when he
died around 4 a.m. Thursday.
"He wanted to live," said
his wife, Jane Johnson, who
met her husband at Terry
Parker High in the late 1950s.
"He was a senior and the big
football star and I was a fresh-
man. WVe didn't start dating
until after he graduated from
Johnson served four ,years
in the Air Force before plavihg
three y ars' offbotball (1'i9,4
66) at Weste'rn Carolina
He married Jane in Januaryv
1969 and began his teaching
career that same year at then
Fletcher Junior High.
A beloved football coach,
Johnson was on the coaching
staff at Parker (10 years),
Wolfson (five), and Fletcher
(11l Highs before he retired in
the late 1990s.
He was the head football
coach' at Wolfson for two
years, before coming to
Fletcher in the late 1980s.
"We coached together at
Wolfson for four years," said
Johnson's best friend, Jimmy
DeAngelis of Neptune Beach.
"I was in the eighth grade at
Parker when he was a senior.
He walked into the cafeteria
'one day and I turned to my.
friends and said, 'That's Jet'
DeAngelis and Johnson
were football team room-
mates at Western' Carolina;
where both suffered career-
An inseparable pair, they
coached football together at
Fletcher for eight years until.
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be at his friend's side, taking
DeAngelis to Friday night
football games or on errands
to the hardware store.
Three weeks ago, DeAngelis
pushed Johnson in a wheel-
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out directions down the
"I wish I had a picture of us
doing that," said DeAngelis,
who is legally blind.
"He'd say, 'Turn left here,'
or 'take a hard right.'"
The son'of a career Navy
man, Johnson attended more
than 20 schools before he
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he quickly made a name for
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gridiron as a two-time All-
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"You would never know
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Tr- -aditions have to start
| somewhere so here goes.
.L Presenting the first annu-
al list of the most useless
things in sports.
First is the Women's NIT.
Look, if you're not one of the
top 64 women's college hoops
teams in the country you
know, those that actually
make the NCAA tournament
just give up. Or get beer.
The talent level in women's
college basketball is not so
deep that some great teams
get excluded from the NCAA
dance. The NIT is just an
excuse for a bunch of really
poor teams to continue play-
ing dreadful basketball.
Next is track and field's
Triple Jump. There's already a
long jump; that makes triple
jump a repetition of effort.
Sure, there's a little hop in the
middle, but otherwise it's the
same competition. Triple
jump. Banned forever for life.
While we're on the subject
of track, Race Walking has to
go. You know race walking -
that awkward-looking heel-toe
competition that resembles a
pack of adults with sore feet
trying to 'ke it-tcithe bbath-
room before it's too late. It's
really popular in Europe,
which is even more reason it
should be banished. Look,
Greta, either walk or run but
just make a decision already.
Having a pitcher throw four
balls five feet off the plate for
an Intentional Walk is use-
less. Just have a manager tell
the umpire, "Listen, Biceps
McGurk is due up next. We all
know he's on so many drugs
his urine glows. So we're just
gonna put him on first and
hope 'roid rage doesn't cause
his head to explode." Simple,
and a time saver.
The Olympic Games feature
a slew of useless competitions.
Modem Pentathlon has to
go. First of all, it's not modem.
It originated in the 19th cen-
tury and involves shooting,
fencing, swimming, show
jumping on horseback and
running. Huh? Each one of.
those is already an Olympic
sport so there's way too much
duplication of effort.
This is straight from the
Committee website: "Shooting,
comes first. Pentathletes have
40 seconds to fire 20 shots
from an air pistol ... fencing
follows, with a round-robin
competition. Swimming is
third, a freestyle race over 200
meters. Once they have dried
off, the pentathletes head to
the show jumping ring where
* they.have 20 minutes to get to
know the horse before riding.
The final event is the 3,200-
I don't know. Twenty min-
utes doesn't seem nearly
enough time to get to know a
horse. Maybe a quick bag of
oats by candlelight, but that's
about it. Modem Pentathlon?
Biathlon is next in the
crosshair. Skiing and shooting
were originally a means of sur-
vival for Northern Europeans.
Folks cross-countiy skied until
they saw food, shot it, then
dragged it back to the log
cabin. Today we have Winn-
Dixies.and Safeways. Biathlon,
And finally, color comment,
tators on bowling broadcasts
are beyond useless. '
JOE: Well, Jim, that's four
strikes in a row for Wally
Floorboard. He looks really
dialed in today. What's his
strategy in the next frame?
JIM: I think he's gonna to
try to knock down all the,
pins, Joe. That's how I'd play
Hayes a good test for Panthers track
':By CHUCK ADAMvIS ed'to be-one of the top competitors. "What (we're after is advancing as Bartram by. six.points.
BCUM Buchholz broke Chris Hord's, Nease "many'kids as we canto region," said Along with Buchholz' record-settin
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More than 100 high school teams are
expected at Saturday's Bob ,Hayes
Invitational at Raines, where the top
three from each school will participate in
track and field events. Nease plans to use
the meet as a test for its athletes.
"It's probably more competitive than
the state meet itself," Nease track and
field head coach Ken Taylor said of the
meet, named for the late football star,
world-class sprinter and Jacksonville
"It's grown out of a lot of things,"
Taylor said. "James Day, retired track
coach at Raines, has done a great job of
promoting it. They've created a Bob
Haves Foundation. A golf tournament is
held, scholarships are offered."
Taylor is an official for the event. He
will have charge of the pole vault, where
Nease junior Michael Buchholz is expect-
record or t eet at a qudu meet March L l ,
at St. Augustine. He cleared 14'l" in that
event, breaking Hord's record set in 2003.
"He's ready for the next level -, 15.
feet," Taylor said Tuesday.
At the Bulldog Classic, held March 10
at Bolles, Buchholz cleared 14 feet but
lost to another 14-footer based on miss-
es. He won the pole vault at the Barry
Craig Open at Bartram Trail March 3.
"I've always wanted kids to be ready,"
said Taylor, who earlier was track coach
and 'athletic director at Orange Park.
"We're on pace where we want to be.
There are only four meets that count:
conference, district, region and state.
Everything else is nothing more than
Taylor keeps track of all top 3A com-
petitors around the state and expects the
Bob Haves to show where the Nease ath-
aylior. 1tate s t e goi. ie more s111J, J
Who advance, the better chance we have
to win or place-high."
Jessica Gambill, one of Nease's top
sprinters, won't compete in the Bob.
Hayes. She suffered a knee injury playirig
soccer last weekend, just days after shat-
tering a 22-year-old record in the 400,;
one of the oldest at Nease.
Gambill won the 400 at the Bulldog
Classic in :58.29. She was playing soccer
because she's expected to be a key mem-
ber of next year's team.
The Nease boys and girls teams fin-
ished fourth at the Barryn Craig Open,'
each with 71.5 points. Along with
Buchholz' victory, Gambill won the 400
and 600-meter runs.
At the St. Augustine quad' meet, both
Nease teams finished second. The boys,
with 69 points, were one behind _St.
Augustine, the girls, with 75, trailed
hurdles at St. Augustine. In addition,
Kelsey Swendsen won the girls shot put,
Stephanie Bray the 1,600, Daniela
Daswatta the 800, Gambill the 400 and
Brigid Byrne the 3,200.
The Panther girls won the Bulldog
Classic with 68. points, 1/2 point ahead
of Wesley Chapel. The boys finished
third with 76 points, one behind second-
place Bolles and four behind winning
Laura Phillips won the discus at Bolles
and Swendsen finished third. In. the
shot, Swendsen was first and Phillips sec-
ond. Brav was third in the 1600. Gambill
captured the 400.
"On the girls side, the throwers are
exceptional," said Taylor. "Kelsey
Swendsen and Laura Phillips are dorni-
nating the area right now. The long dis-
tance girls are starting to come around."
Nease baseball remains perfect
Redding takes to the hill ,,I
as Panthers rest starters r '
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By CHUCK ADAMS
Nease catcher Matthew Redd-
ing switched battery positions
and came through for the
Panthers Tuesday, going five and
two-thirds innings and being
picked up by reliever Joe Zwick
in a 4-2 win over Terry Parker
The Redding-Zwick combo
brought the Panthers their 10th
consecutive win, the best start in
Nease history. Next up for the
Panthers is a
game with St.
Augustine .; -
Friday at Nease.
start came in a
week that gave
-Mait -RM41niter :i i .
Jones nights off
the mound. In
Redding's first PANTHERS
start, as a soph- ST. AUGU
more, he no-
hit Palatka for
five innings but was lifted in the
"Ten-and-oh, best start in
school history. It's fabulous,"
said Nease coach Boo Mullins.
"We can put ourselves up there
with some big time name
schools across the country. So
I'm pleased, I'm happy.
"The boys are playing hard. If
they get behind, they come
back. They don't shoot them-
selves in the foot. We just battle,
battle, battle until the other
team shoots themselves in the
foot;" he said.
With Reifsnider behind the
plate and Jones at shortstop,
Redding made his second
mound appearance of the sea-
son. He came on in relief in the
ninth inning at Bartram Trail
Feb. 28 and was the winner after
the Panthers scored six times in
The senior threw 94 pitches
After he got home he planned,
to have his mother, Gina
Redding, ice his shoulder.
"It's going to be throbbing
tomorrow," he said.
Redding said it was a good
win for Nease
"It was a very tough win," said
the senior. "They're a big school.
A lot of pressure on us going
from 9-0 to 10-0. So we came
out, we played our best and
we won. That's all you can ask."
First baseman Alex Brull con-
tributed the key hit of the game.
Brull lined a home run over the
rightfield fence off Parker starter
Zack Kennedy, with Ryan
Chiodo on first base as a cour-
tesy runner for Redding, who
had singled, to put Nease on top
Relief pitcher Joe Zwick, mak-
ing just his second appearance
due to the sound mound work'
Reifsnider and Jones brought
with them from Daytona
Seabreeze, bailed Redding out.
He entered the game in the sixth
with the bases loaded, two outs,
and struck out designated hitter'
Zwick dosed out the game
with a runner on first in the sev-
enth by striking out the Braves'
third-place hitter, Jarrod
"Joe Zwick did an amazing
job," said Redding. "He came in,
got me out of my jam."
"We're deep at pitching," said
Mullins. "We've got three more
relievers we could have used
tonight that are just as good as
Joe. But he did an outstanding
"Joe's got the reliever's men-
tality. Nothing bothers him. He
just comes in and throws strikes.
That strikeout was huge, the
turning point of the 'game.
Everybody says the home run is.
But Joe coming in and striking
that guy out was the turning
point of the game."
Brull, who smoked a single to
right his second
time up, was
paid 'the ulti-
r mate respect by
his next time
up. Stewart did-
/ n't want to
pitch to Brull'
leading 4-2, two
outs and a run-
ner on third. An
S 4 intentional
STINE 2 ordered, which
sent Brull to
first without a pitch being
"Finally getting my swing
down," said Brull, whose home
run was his second. "It feels
good to get the W. They're a
good team. We had pitching
and defense, and that's what
you win with."
As to Nease's 10-0 start and
the prospects of a perfect season,
Brull. said, "It's something you
hope for. If it happens, it hap-
pens. And right now it's hap-
pening. Hopefully we can keep
Someone else with focus on a
perfect season is Reifsnider, who
will attend The Citadel as a clos-
"You can't ask for anything
more than the way coach
Mullins has been coaching us
lately," said Reifsnider, "and the
way he's been keeping on us. .
Right now I can see it seriously
possibly going all the way. And I
would love it for it to keep.'
Reifsnider has caught Redding
in intrasquad games and, in a
sense, has become his personal
catcher. He went behind the
plate when Redding took the
mound at Bartram.
"He always does well for us.
With me and Daniel pitching
during the week, this was a per-
fect time for him. He did a great
job coming in there," said
'"My first job ,has always
been catching. I've been doing
that for as long as I can
remember," said the senior,
who loves to throw from
behind the plate and caught
the two runners who attempt-
ed to steal against him.
"Outstanding" was Mullins"
evaluation of Reifsnider's
They tried him twice, and he
threw both out by 20 feet. We're,
strong [behind the plate, with
Redding the regular catcher]."
NOTE: With the Nease-Parker
game scheduled to start at 6
p.m., the two umpires didn't
appear on the field until 6:53.
Redding's first pitch, a fouled-off
bunt -attempt by Braves short-
stop Zack Norton, wasn't deliv-
ered until 6:55 p.m. The umpires
reportedly had been held up
doing a game at St. Joseph's
Academy that ran long.
Pnolo by ROB DGANGELO
Nease pitcher Matt Reifsnider delivers to the plate during recent action. Reifsnider and Daniel
Jones had the week off from starting responsibilities but the Panthers still managed to stay
unbeaten and run their season record to 10-0.
Tebow checks out former team
By CHUCK ADAMS
Tim Tebow still casts a large shadow at Nease.
In fact, as the former Panther visited his old
baseball teammates Tuesday, his shadow
loomed larger than ever.
That's because the University of Florida fresh-
man has bulked up since he led Nease to the'
Class 4A state football championship last
Tebow, always one of the strongest Panthers,
has continued his weightlifting regimen since
landing at Florida in January. He's been working
out with defensive tackles and' linebackers -
which is only logical, since the 6'3" Tebow once
was described as a quarterback with a line-
backer's mentality. In other words, he'd just as'
soon run over a tackler than try to avoid him.
However, reports out of Florida indicate coach
Urban Meyer thought Tebow gained toomuch
"That's kind of neat for a while," Meyer is
quoted as saying. "Then after you see him up to
242 pounds, you tell him to back off. We're try-.
ing to keep him as close to 230 as we can. He's
229 now, so he tells me. He's doing great,
Meyer also had this to say about the young
left-hander, his No. 2 quarterback entering
spring practice, which begins March 29: "Tim
Tebow's going to play. Not because' he's Tim
Tebow, but because you have to have your back-
up ready to play. Playing time for him will be
"Nothing's given, but he will play."
Tuesday was the former Nease outfielder and
designated hitter's first opportunity to see this
year's baseball team in action. He and his father,
Bob Tebow, visited Nease to watch the Panthers-
Terry Parker game.
"I'm excited about it," Tebow said of his visit.
"Been trying to get back for a game, and this is
my first opportunity."
Tebow has been monitoring the baseball
team's progress from Gainesville.
"They're having a great season so far, unde-
feated and doing great. I do miss it," said Tebow,.
who helped lead Nease to the baseball final four
last year. "But I love what I'm doing right now
and having a whole lot of fun doing it."
'As for what he's been doing at Florida, Tebow'
said, "We just got done with our winter work-.
outs, so we had a good phase of that. When we
-come back we'll get' ready to go into spring prac-
"So:we have one week back, one more week of
training, lifting, then we'll start practicing."
The Florida roster currently lists two quarter-
backs; freshman Tebow and rising senior Chris
The final of five siblings to be home-schooled,
Tebow has adapted well to being in a classroom
situation, as did his four predecessors, sisters
Christy and Katie, brothers Robby and Peter. He
was in a classroom for many of his home-
"It's going great. I love it so far. I've been
doing OK, think I did pretty good on my
midterms," he said.
The courses Tebow is taking include speech
communications, interpersonal communica-
tions, Efiglish and freshman orientation. And it
helps that his second brother, Peter, is a junior
"When you have a paper due the next morn-
ing, it's nice to have a smart brother come over
to help you," he said.
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O" ver the years of writing
this weekly article I've
tried to accomplish sev-
eral goals. One is to be timely.
, By that I mean I try to write on
what's happening at the time of
year that the article is written.
Last week's article was on
drum fishing which is very sea-
sonal and is happening right
now. Writing on drum in
December would be all but use-
less information at that time
and would be very irresponsible
on my part.
My second goal for the arti-
cles is to be informative. I try to
tell you not only what's biting
but how to actually catch them
and with what exact terminal
tackle to use.
The third goal is to try to
encourage you, the reader, to go
out and actually try your hand
at catching more and bigger
fish. We have such a wealth of
fishing in our area that stands
head and shoulders above most
of the other fishing areas of our
state. It's a shame if you don't
go out and take advantage of it.
If you haven't enjoyed our
fishing, I highly encourage you
to do just that, go fishing!
So how do you get started? Or
if you already fish but want to
learn more, where can you get
that valuable information?
Start with joining a local fish-
'ing club. It doesn't matter if
your interest or your budget
dictates whether you fish
inshore or offshore just join a
club. All of the local clubs give
fishing seminars during their
meetings, which can steer you
in the right direction.
I'm not going'to list the clubs
because, quite frankly, there are
to many of them. But if there's
a type of fishing that you're
interested in you can bet there's
a club that does it.
And those clubs go from surf
fishing to offshore including
blue water trolling, back to
inland fishing for reds, all the
way to fresh water bass fishing.
There's even a club that pro-
motes fishing from kayaks and
fishing with fly rods.
You can get more informa-
tion on these clubs on the
Intemet or go to your local
tackle shop and ask them what
clubs are available in your area.
Another avenue to gain
knowledge is from the big trav-
eling fishing shows that include
numerous .seminars given by
some of the best fishermen in
And that brings us to this
weekend when the Florida
Sportsman Fishing and Boat
Show comes to Jacksonville.
Yes, there will be lots of vendors
selling all -of the latest tackle
that's out but the big draw is the
seminars on both inshore as
well as offshore fishing.
The show hours are 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-
to 5 p.m. .on Sunday but the
seminars start at 11 a.m. and run
through 5 p.m.
On the inshore. stage at 11 -
a.m, is Mark Nichols who is the
owner and'inventor of D.O.A.
Lures. Mark specializes in fish-
ing inshore for reds, trout, and
snook using plastics, which his
lures are made of.
At noon Capt. John Bottko,
owner of the Salty Feather Fly
Shop, will teach fishing from
At 1 p.m. Capt. Pat McGriff
will be teaching live bait fishing
Local chatter Capt. Tony
Bozzella speaks at 2 p.m. about
artificial lures for trout, reds,
Professional red fish tour fish-
erman Terrn Lacoss is at 3 p.m.
teaching the secrets of a red fish
On the offshore stage starting
at 11 a.m. is local offshore Capt.
Dennis Young teaching bottom
fishing for snapper and grouper.
Noon has Don Combs owner
of C&H Lures giving out infor-
New quiz predicts mortality;
Gatorade may damage teeth
I may be dying..
I have a four percent, chance
of ,dying in the next few years.
I don't have cancer or heart dis-
ease, and I haven't even been
given any diagnosis. I go to the
gym regularly, have kept my
cholesterol down, and watch
what I eat.
However, according to a new
test, I do have a small chance
of dying in the next few years.
Led by Dr. Sei Lee, a mortality
test has.. been. created by
researchers at the ian Francisco
Veterans Affairs Me.Oical Center
that helps predict you, likeli-
hood of dying in the next four
Lee was gated as saying
"Patients and families want
more prognostic information
This quiz, cited in the Journal
of the American Medical
Association, can give you that
information. Points are assign-
ed positive answers to specific
questions, and a higher score
means an increased risk of
I got two points just for being
a male. Diabetes, history of can-
cer or heart disease, smoking,
and getting tired with simple
walking also will get you anoth,
et two points. Points ae also
accrued based on your age and
your body-mass index.
A final score of zero to five
points (my score), and your risk
of dying within the next four
years is four percent, while a
score of 14 predicts a 64 percent
Critics of the test note that it
only asks questions about
habits, but does not take into
account family history of dis-
ease, being overweight, your
blood pressure or cholesterol
The test was created for peo-
ple over the age of 50, but
everyone should sense the seri-
ousness of the questions and
how they might apply to them-
selves. You can find the actual
test in the "Health". section of
CNN.com, searching within the
CNN site, keyword "mortality
Gatorade hard on teeth
In the past, I have discussed
the benefits which can be
achieved by drinking Gatorade.
The carbohydrates help 'main-
tain or .replace, stores that'are.
lost during exercise.
However, according to a new
study', Gatorade is quite hard on
the teeth. In fact, it was shown
to erode teeth faster than Coca-
The study was conducted by
researcher Leslie A. Ehien, a stu-
dent at the University of Iowa
School of Dentistry and was
presented just this week at the
annual meeting of the
American Association for
Dental Research in Orlando.
Researchers soaked teeth in
test tubes filled with regular
Coke, Diet Coke, Gatorade, Red
Bull, or 100 percent apple juice.
After 25 hours, the teeth were
.examined under a microscope.
Enamel erosions were seen on
all of the teeth studies, but
Gatorade was found to be the
most corrosive, followed by Red
Bull, Coke, Diet Coke and apple
This study contrasted a 2002
Ohio State University study of
304 athletes which found no
link between sports-drink use
and dental erosion. The study
was sponsored by Quaker Oats,
which makes Gatorade.
.. ': :ig
Slhi' column is written to dis-
cuss issues regarding sports, medi-
cine, and safety. It is not intend-
ed to sen'e as a replacement for
treatment by iour regular doctor.
It is onlyv.designed to offer guide-
lines on the prevention, recogni-
tion, andi care of injuries and ill-
ness. Specific concerns should
be discussed with your physician.
Mail your questions to Gregotn'
Smith, AD Sportsmedicine, 1250
S. 18th Street, Suite 204,
Fernandina Beach, Fl 32034.
Bud Beech Camps
The Bud Beech Summer
Camps at Nease High School
begin May 22.
Ten weekly sessions are
available, most of which run
from Monday through
Thursday. The cost of each ses-
sion is $55 half day [9 a.m. to
noon or noon to 3 p.m.] or
$95 extended day [9 a.m. until
Campers may choose the
morning camp that runs from
9 a.m. to noon and select bas-
ketball, soccer, flag football or
dance/gymnastics. The after-
noon camps run from noon to
3 p.m. and offer basketball or
Roundtrip bus transporta-
tion from Ponte Vedra Beach
and a lunch program is avail-
able. For more information or
an application form, call 904-
686-4075 or email beechjr-
Beach Girls Fitness is fitness
training for women only. Six-
week camps include head to
toe fitness in a group setting
at local parks at the beach.
Personal training also avail-
For more information con-
tact Jill Lynch at 534-4889 or
on the web at www.beach-
The 2006 Coach Craig
Howard Football Camp,
which takes place May 22
through May 25 from 9 a.m.'
until noon, is for boys or girls
entering grades 3 through 8.
The four-day, non-padded
youth camp is designed for
young, energetic players who"
want to learn about football
and have fun. Cost is $85 and
includes a T-shirt.
For more information send
an e-mail to
with name and address to
receive a. brochure.
Free golf instruction being
offered at the Jacksonville
Beach Golf Course. The free
adult new player clinic takes
place the third Saturday of
each month beginning at 4
On the fourth Saturday of
each month will be a free
class for juniors (ages 6 to
17) at 4 p.m.
Pre-registration is not nec-
essary and equipment is
available for those who need
it. All classes are taught by
academy professionals Nicky
Martin, Mary Lyons, Cooper
Osborne and Sandy Suckling.
For more information
Local youngsters between
the ages of 8 'and 13,have the
opportunity to participate in
the U.S. Junior Olympic
skills competition presented
by Kellogg's Frosted Flakes.
'This free program allows
.,boys and girls, competing
separately,. to showcase abili-
ties in basketball, soccer, ten-
nis and track and field. The
tennis and basketball portion-
of the skills competition will
be hosted by Jacksonville
Beach Tennis on April 8
beginning at 9 a.m.
For more information visit
usolympicteam.com or con-
tact Jim Watford at 247-
Author and coach Steve
Robertson will conduct a book
signing for "Soccer Made Easy
for Americans" on Saturda'y,
March 25 at Angie's Subs, i436
Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
Food and beverages will be
available and event begins at
The First Coast Soccer
Association's summer camp
Camp 1 4v4 skills camp for
ages 9-12, June 5-7 from 6
p.m. until 8 p.m.
Camp 2 Touch-up program'
session for ages 5-10, June 12-
14 from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m.
Camp 3 Touch-up program
session II for ages 5-10, July
31-Aug. 2 from 9 a.m. until 11.
For more information visit.
firstcoastsoccer.com or phone
The Grom Surfing Associa-
tion [GSA] is now called
jaxPier Surf Camp and is still
located at 2nd North. The
contact number is 651-2843.
Application forms and dates
can be found on jaxpier.com.
JaxPier Surf Camp is the only
surf camp in the nation with a
live streaming camp cam of
the children and young
For information on the Grom
Surfing Series [GSS], call Charley
Hajek at 247-5538.
The Florida Surfing
Association offers advanced,
professional and intermediate
amateur competitions as well as
surfing camps and dinics. For
more information, visit the
www.floridasurfing.org or tcalli
Steve Petitt, a seven-time
Ironman traithlon Hawaii
competitor, is offering
traithlon coaching for the
upcoming BFAST series of
For more information visit
stevepetitt.com or phone 982-
nation on blue water trolling. 1.
p.m. finds another local, Larry
Finch, explaining his style of
fishing from the surf.
Josh Foster takes the stage at:
2 p.m. talking offshore bottom
fishing from a party boat.
At 3 p.m., yours truly will be
teaching summer time tarpon
fishing along the First Coast.
At 4 p.m. Terry Lacoss shows
his versatility by stepping from
the inshore stage and pro red,
fishing to the offshore stage and
If that's not enough, there's
the Rigging it Right Academy
where the instructors, Rick
Ryals, Denny Young, and a few
guest instructors, will teach any
rig or knot or bait presentation
that you ask.them to. And that
runs the entire day.
Classes in how to throw a cast
net and how to cast a fly rod
will also be held during the day.
It's all there for you.
Now that's a lot of informa-
tion on fishing that's there for
the taking. The show is at the
Prime Osbom Convention
Center at 1000 Water St. in
downtown Jacksonville. Admis-
sion is $7, which is well worth
the price'of the ticket.
So take the time and come on
down. See, you there.
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Everglades worth caring
about, Post reporter says
is always more
T oday I am going to talk
with you about the
basics of container gar-
The lack of time and in
some cases, desire, to care
for a lot of flowers and
shrubs in beds seems to be
The beauty and variety of
containers is amazing, and
the prices seem to be pretty
affordable as well, so my.
guess is that many people
will go that route to obtain
just a little color for the
exterior places around their
And how about the
incredible abundance of
that are being built in our
I do know that the people
who will reside in them will
be relying on many contain-
ers if they like to garden, for
it appears that almost none
of the places have any yard
to speak of.
So, if you fall into the
"less is best" category, you
might find what I have to -
say today useful. I would
rather that you have color-
ful containers filled with
flowers, than to have noth-
ing at all.
I have always had beds
filled with "stuff," and in
my earlier years produced
some really pretty gardens.
Lately, I have been relying
on magazines to fill me up
since I don't have the time
anymore to get out there
and really do my thing.
I am sure my daughter
can recall some of the gar-
dens she helped me plant
and take care of; I always
loved trying new things and
enjoyed having fresh, home-
grown bouquets placed
around the house.
It just seems that now I
can only find the time and
energy to do this when I go
to New Hampshire, retreat-
ing to the quietness of our
cabin, making a few small
areas colorful with my old
A few months out of the
year seem to just be enough
to keep the flower child in
Let's take a quick look at
some choices of containers.
We have terra cotta made of
real clay and then the terra
cotta look-alikes. The real
terra cotta's advantage is
that since it is quite porous,
plants in it usually don't get
soggy and rot.
On the flip side, you have
to water more frequently
simply because it is porous
material and the water seeps
out. The wanna-be terra
cotta pots are usually very
lightweight because they are
made of some kind of syn-
This is super because we
can lift them easily, many of
them come in lovely colors
and designs, and they are
reasonably priced. If they
were made of the real stuff
they would be horribly
heavy and very, very expen-
sive because of the intricate
We also can purchase
metal containers, wooden
ones, concrete ones, and
ones that require a matted
lining. Each has its place,
price, and appeal depending
on what you, the buyer,
want the look to be.
The one thing most of
them do not have, no mat-
See MATHESON, B-2
rono" P) JOirIjA NICOLETITI
A section of the extensive ruins at Palenque, featuring "El Palacio" on the right. The picture
was taken from the top of the "Temple of the Moon."
Backpack sojourn uplifting
experience for FSU student
by JOANNA NICOLETTI T.'
T he average person on the I
street would never have
guessed that I chose to
backpack through the
Mexican Yucatan peninsula
over my Christmas break. ;
I must admit that this very .,
assumption is part of why I
chose to go on this expedition' ,
of personal challenge. .
My sister and her husband
had proposed similar trips
before, which I had graciously
declined, so when they asked
me to backpack through
expected me to do the same.
However, as my sister was
explaining the general itiner-
ary and logistics of the trip. '
my initial reaction was not
one of aversion, but one of
excitement about the realm of leaver"swinging on a
possibilities this trip could Mrs. Cleaver" swinging on a
offer. yine in front of El Palacio in
The main focus of the trip Palenque.
was to visit Mayan archaeo-
logical sites, which was a major lure for me cable-knit swe
because I am an anthropology major at Since I was
Florida State and I am seriously considering been a profess
archaeology as a possible career path. at my agency
[ had never been to Mexico, and when I
thought about it I realized that I really
knew nothing about our country's southern
neighbor other than the
news story, the general
American population's love
affair with Tex-Mex food,
and the lore of spring
breaks in Cancun from
MTV's "Spring Break" spe-
I also never had been on a
backpacking trip, let alone
one where we would be
backpacking in the Mexican
jungle and rural country,
would be sleeping in hos-
tels, and would literally be
,:.bringing only the bare
necessities of life.
All-in all I was reluctantly
excited about the prospect
of-doing something com-
pletely outside the box.
Let me begin by saying
that among my college
friends I am known as the
"delicate flower" of the
group and they call me
"Mrs. Cleaver" because I
cook and on occasion I like
to wear pearls and pink
a junior in high school, I have
ional model and have worked
since my senior year of high
See MEXICO, B-2
THE EVEr-rL.ADES FLORIOA.
Washington Post reporter PoTIr.-C OF PARArISE
Michael Grunwald is a Long
Island native who says his a
"idea of the outdoors" is "a i
tennis court." n
SYet~since 2000, Grunwald
hasimmersed himself in the
plight of the embattled
Everglades, writing award-win-
ning newspaper and magazine
articles on the famous "river Grunwald calls in the book
of grass," and dredging up "the largest environmental
every detail about its shrink- restoration project in the his-
ing ecosystem. tory of the planet."
His latest effort is "The Grunwald said he initially
Swamp: The Everglades, planned to write about the
Florida, and the Politics of present-da restoration effort,
Paradise" (Simon & Schuster, then felt he was doing the
$27), which surveys the vivid reader a disservice by not del'-
history and murk) politics of a irg deeper into the historical
national treasure and its con- context of the Everglades.
tinual plundering by man and "I realized that I was miss-
machine. ing the story if I over-focused
"In 2000, 1 spent the year on what was happening now,"
kicking around the Army Grunwald said at the book
Corps of Engineers, writing signing, attended by about a
about how they were cooking dozen people, including a rep-
the books to justify their envi- resentative of the Army Corps
ronmental projects," of Engineers.
Grunwald said in an interview "I think the story of the
last week at The Book Mark in Everglades is a great frontier
Atlantic Beach. yamrn. It has wars, disasters,
"While I was doing that, I heroes, scoundrels and amaz-
heard that the Army Corps, ing visionaries who were a bit
who helped to destroy the of both.
Everglades, was now trying to "The Eyerglades is the ulti-
restore the Everglades. And I mate test of sustainable devel-
was really fascinated with that opment. A test of man's ability
and man's abusive relation- to live in harmony with
ship with nature and trying to nature and avoid the water
made amends." wars that might end up domi-
.-So-GFuriw4ld.took a ti,.-.: :":. -iating the geo-politics of the
year leave of absence from Mie 21st century."
Post, and moved to Miami Grunwald believes wars will
Beach to research the $7.8 bil-
lion "rescue mission" to revive
the Florida Everglades, or what See SWAMP, B-3
'Kite Runner' author to
speak Sunday at UNF
Khaled Hosseini, author of
international best-selling novel
"The Kite Runner, will speak at
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the
University of North Florida's
UNF's Lazzara Theatre.
The Hosseini program is
presented by the Friends of the
Library-Ponte -Vedra Beach,
and is the concluding event of
the "St. Johns Reads" commu-
nity-wide reading program of
the St. Johns County public
Hosseini was born in Kabul,
Afghanistan, in 1965. He is the
oldest of five children.
His father worked for the
Afghan foreign ministry and
his mother was a teacher of
Farsi and History at a large girls
high school in Kabul.
In 1976, his family was relo-
cated to Paris, where his father
was assigned a diplomatic post
in the Afghan embassy.
The assignment would
return the Hosseini family in
1980, but by then Afghanistan
had already witnessed a bloody
communist coup and the
The author's family, instead,
asked for and was granted
political asylum in the U.S.
He moved to San Jose, Calif.,
with his family in 1980. The),
lived on welfare and food
stamps for a short while, as
they had lost all of their prop-
erty in Afghanistan.
His father took multiple jobs
and managed to get his family
off welfare. Hosseini attended
Santa Clara University and
graduated from UC San Diego
School of Medicine. He is mar-
ried, has two children. He has
been in practice as an internist
since 1996 but his first love has
always been writing.
Hosseini's vivid, and fond,
memories of peaceful pre-
Soviet era Afghanistan led par-
tially to the writing of "The
Kite Runner," his first novel.
The New York Times said
"The Kite Runner" is "a vivid
and engaging story that
reminds us how long his peo-
ple have been struggling to tri-
umph over the forces of vio-
lence forces that continue to
threaten them even today."
Tickets are $20 and $30.
Honey Tribe, featuring Devon AlIman, performs.at 7:15 p.m. Saturday at the SeaWalk Pavilion.
Music & seafood festival Saturday
by LIZA MITCHELL
The sounds of funk, R&B, blues and rock 'n
roll will blend with the flavors of shrimp, lob-
sster, mahi, clams, crabcakes and alligator to
create the unqiue gumbo of the Great Atlantic
Music & Seafood Festival.
The festival begins at noon Saturday at the
Sea Walk Pavilion in Jacksonville Beach.
Performances throughout the day will
include Gadsen, After All, Fusebox Funk,
Woody & the Peckers, Fifth South, Chroma and
Honey Tribe featuring Devon Allman of the
renowned Allman family.
Honeytribe has performed with such heavy\
hitters as Blues Traveler, Sheryl Crow, ZZ Top,
Little Feat and G. Love & Special Sauce.
Col. Bruce Hampton & the Codetalkers close
the show with a performance from 8:30 to 10
Other activities will include a climbing wall,
quad jump and an inflatable challenge course.
Skateboards, coolers, pets, umbrellas, back-
packs, tents, rollerblades and bicycles are pro-
hibited in the festival area.
The event is free and open to the public.
1 p.m. After All
2:15 p.m. FuseBox Funk
3:30 p.m. Woody and the Peckers
4:45 p.m. Fifth South
6 p.m. Chroma
7:15 p.m. Honey Tribe featuring Devon
8:30 p.m. The Codetalkers with Col. Bruce
Emma Lee Carpenter and Anthony Hodge co-star in ABET's cur-
rent production of "Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks." The play
runs through March 25 at 716 Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach. Call
249-7177 for reservations.
marLcnLLL I I, hAJuuo -&
I71at had been a river of
grass. and sweet water was made
in one chaotic gesture of greed
and ignorance and folly, a river
of fire." Marjor' Stoneman
Douglas from River of Grass
by JOHNNY WOODHOUSE
tAl.- i -17 "innA
9 h Bahe eae/PneVer LaerMrc 7,20
photo by JOANNA NICOLETTI
The white-washed church and gazebo illuminated in the night
sky in Campache's centro.
Mexico: Mayan ruins
Cont. from B-i
school. I guess you would
say that my superficial image
is not .one that allows easily
for the liking of truly rough-
ing it and not looking "put
From what I have
observed, I do not fit the
profile of your average
anthropology major student.
Needless to say, I was going
to 'have to prove my capabil-
ity to tackle this trip.
More importantly I wanted
to prove to myself that I.
could do it because I wanted
to and that it does not mat--
ter what other people per-
ceive me as, but what I as an.
individual know I am capa-
ble of. ,
I am not going fbolie --I '
was petrified about going on
this trip. I got my hepatitis A
and typhoid fever shots as
well as malaria medication,
my backpack, my iodine
tablets for purifying water,
my camping toilet paper,
hand powered flashlight,
whistle and compass, and
what every anthropologist
needs a hat.
Unfortunately it is not a
-dark fedora like Indiana
Jones' hat, but it had a more
practical purpose to serve-
that just looking cool.
We arrived in Cancun and
quickly headed to the bus
station to go to Merida in
the state of Yucatan. We
would be back in Cancun for
the last two days of our trip,
and I will admit that I was
very much looking forward
to making it back to civiliza-
tion before we'd truly left it!
As we were on our four-
hour bus ride to Merida, I
was kind of in shock that we
had actually finally made it
and were on a Mexican high-
way. I was officially out of
my element, at the mercy of
fate and whatever lie ahead,
of me on that Mexican road.
, It was such an exhilarat-
ing, reckless feeling I would
not have traded it for any-.
thing in the world.
Merida was the first city
we visited, and although in
general it seemed like a poor
city, it was bustling not in
the way a Westerner would'
describe a large city such as
Chicago, with cars, buildings,
and city streets, but teeming
with people outside, full of
life, just enjoying the "cen-
tro" or downtown square
and its pulse:
Campeche, in the state of
Campeche, was the second
modern city we visited and"'
was entirely attractive and
Campeche's centro is a
beautiful juxtaposition of
modern Mexico and times
Hostels are an interesting
concept. I found the experi-
ence kind of like living in
my dorm freshman year of
college with a glimmer of
the magic of summer camp
as a child. The magic is that
it is temporary, so you have
to make the most out of liv-
ing with strangers and make
it as fun as possible.
The name of our hostel in
Merida is "Nomadas"
(which means "nomads"),
and it seemed appropriate -
a kind of motto for our trip
as we sort. of went where the
wind blew us.
Our first site was Uxmal,
which lies between Merida
and Campeche. I think the
thing that was the most
striking about the ruins, tem-
ples, and buildings was how
big, they are. I felt a sense of
awe when I saw that first
temple and all of those steep.
stairs leading to its tqp.
The architecture of Uxmal
is very geometric, with build-
ings adorned with different-
series of patterns of shapes
fashioned'at a level of
extreme precision and intri-
cacy.' Palenque, in the state
of Chiapas, was the focal
point of our trip, and after ak
few devilish bus rid'*s"w
,through the Mexican coun-
try, we finally arrived in the
early morning of our fourth
Palenque is what dreams
and movies like Indian
Jones'- are made of. It is a
green enigma, a jungle with
waterfalls and streams. The'
sounds of monkeys,, insects
and birds are prevalent. .
There are trees large enough
for several people to fit
inside. There is lush greenery
every, place the eye rests and
vines ripe for swinging.
There are ruins overrun with
vines and other plant life,
temples symbolically resting"
at' the top of hills, and
palaces encrusted with hiero-
glyphs and pictographs
depicting the typical Mayan
In short, it is a cultural
paradise. It was the epitome
of adventure for me; and was,
definitely a high point of our
While in the Chiapas, we
took a tour of the three
major water features of the
area: Misol Ha, Agua Clara,
and Agua Azul.
Misol-Ha is a beautiful
waterfall with a cave system
and lots of slippery rocks to
climb. Agua Clara ("Clear
Water") is an example of
-serenity: beautiful milky blue
water surrounded by rocks
and trees, basking in the
Cancun is an entirely dif-
ferent experience. I was sur-
prised at how much damage
there was from the past hur-
.As we waited to board our
plane back to the states, I
felt an overwhelming sense
of bittersweet. It was one of
those moments when you
know it will never happen
again and you want to hold
onto it forever, but you
know that you have to let it
I felt like I had accom-
plished what I had set out to
do: I had.proved to myself
that I could do this, I could
backpack, I could stand the
dirtiness, the heat and the
physical wear and tear (by
the way, my. ankles swelled
to the size of grapefruits dur-
ing this trip!)
Not only could I stand it, I
enjoyed it. In fact, I would
most definitely backpack
again. Can anyone say
Joanna Nicoletti is a 2004
graduate of Nease High School.
Cont. from B-1
ter what the material, is
drainage holes. Or if they
have the holes, they do not
have an attached dish to col-
lect the water....not a big deal
if they are sitting on some-
thing that will not be a con-
cern if it is stained.
However, providing neces-
sary drainage is absolutely
critical to container gardening
success. And, you can either
poke or drill some holes into
the bottom/sides of the pot,
or you can fill it will various
types -of material that will
allow the soil and plants,to sit
high enough so their roots
will not be saturated by stand-.
ing in water.
I used to use pieces of bro-
ken clay pots or rocks, but
now I use chunks of,
Styrofoam or packing
peanuts. (Of course, the purist
in me when I am in New ,
Hampshire forces me to use
rocks!) Seriously, the
Styrofoam is fantastic.
Just break it up into chunks'
and place the chunks in the
pot, leaving gaps here and,
there, filling it about one
third of the height of the con-
tainer with this stuff. It is
lightweight, clean, easy to
find, and saves your muscles
The second most important
thing in making container
gardening a success is using
the proper soil. Oh my, I get
many calls from people telling
me their expensive "whatev-
er" plants have all died
because they got mushy, or
their pot's soil just reeks;
when I ask them about the
type of soil they used I am
told top soil, black kow, heavy'
potting soil, or something like
that. It is expected that we
would buy something called
"potting soil," but if the bag is
heavy, it is not what you want
for containers. The three
things I mentioned are too
heavy for most plants, and
water does not drain well
through it so the roots all rot
and the pretty marigolds, zin-
nias, etc. croak.
.,,,\'o.are saying, "So what do
'[uge then? "There are prod-
ucts that are called potting
soil that are more expensive
than the cheapies and they
come by names like Pro Mix,'
Grower's Mix, but the bottom
line is that they are a mixture
of soil, peat, sand, and a syn-
thetic like perlite or vermicu-
lite. Even a big bag isn't too
heavy. And if you feel the
mixture, it doesn't clump in
your hand, but it falls easily..
This kind of stuff allows for
good drainage and for easy
root development of the baby.
plants. It means that you
might have to water the
plants more frequently, but
they will not rot with one of
these products. Any decent
nursery will carry something
like this. It is critical to success,
with a container.
By the way, you can mix
your own soil if you desire
and use some of the top soil
or heavier potting soil that is
less expensive, just be sure
and add plenty of vermiculite,
perlite or sand to it to make it
light so it doesn't clump.
The third thing about con-
tainers is the selection of your
plants, and that's the real fun
anyway! A few tips to remem-
ber: 1. For design purposes, it
is nice to have at least 2
height levels of plant material..
Personally, I like to have
3...tall, medium, and trailing
down the side.
2.You must select plants
that all have the same sun.
and' watering needs. .
For example, impatiens, a
shade lover, and marigolds, a
sun lover, will not be a good
combo because as you please
one, you'll kill the other.
The tags should tell you
what the requirements are for
the plant. Most of our nurs-
eries get their plants from
Florida or south Georgia grow-
ers, so the tags should be cor-
rect for our climate.
Here is another example
that won't work: moss
rose/portulaca mixed with
geraniums. The moss rose is a
succulent, liking quite dry soil
while the geraniums need fre-
quent watering to bloom nice-
ly. Again, the tags will help
you with this.
3. Regardless of what the.tag
says, remember that pansies,
most petunias and snapdrag-
ons are our winter flowers, so
don't bother with them now
because as the days heat up,
they will die. For newcomers
from northern areas, you will
think of pansies for that spe-
cial touch because you always
grew them in July and ?
August....not here! Select
plants that love our spring-
4. This brings me.to another
important point: all the time
folks ask me "What can I put
in my pot that will last from
now until Thanksgiving?" I
hate to tell you, but the
answer is close to nothing..
Oh, ornamental grasses,.
African lily, and asparagus
fern would, but very few flow-
ers will make it through our
summer heat and humidity
that can be planted now. It is
less disappointing if you if
you think of your container as
a place for 3 seasonal
changes....now through May,
then June through October,
and finally November through
Sometimes a pot will just
make it fhom now through
July, but by August it is really
5. To get the plant material
established, it will take a good
week or 2 of monitoring the
watering; you may need to
give the thing a drink twice a
day during this time. Consider
it kind of like a newborn baby
and its feeding schedule.....
Small, frequent amounts at
first, gradually leading to one
6. To keep the flowers look-
ing nice, you'll need to pick
off the dead blooms and fertil-
ize the container at least once
a month. You .an use a slow-'
release product like Osmocote
and that will last for the 3
months, but otherwise, use a
granular one or Bloombooster
type that you mix with water.
By the way, over fertilizing is
also a big reason why plants
die midway through their
7. In selecting your flower
material, a good rule to keep
in mind is that many strong,
brilliant'colors will make your
eye pull the house closer to
the road and smaller in size,
while pastel colors tend to
make the house seem farther
aw.ay and a bitlarger. If,yo-r,..
leaning is to the'brillianiVl,..,
ors, (ie. magenta, bright yel-
low, chartreuse) select perhaps
only one per container and
then use softer tones to' finish
the pot off. Also, any contain-
er should be used as an
accent, so be sure you want to
accent whatever it is close to. I
saw one real pretty one
plopped right next to the
cable box....kinda made me
question what it was that
The Cooperative Extension
Service has brochures listing
all the perennials and annuals
we can plant, their watering
and their light needs, and
their seasons of blooming, so
if you feel that having a,list to
refer to when you shop helps,
go online or call 387-8850 and
request the brochures.
For my longtime gardeners,
consider trying something
new each season.....a new
variety, a new color, a plant
you've never seen before, a.
different type design, you
know, get out of the box! The
is the limit and now is the
time to have a ball with color,
so take advantage of it for in a
few months neither you nor
the plants will want to be out-
side! Have fun, let your cre-
ative spirit come alive!
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March, 17, 2006
The Beaches Lesidii/Ponte~ Vedira fIIeader
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MOSH has summer camps
provide a variety of
summer camps in
museums and galleries around
our city. Whether a child's
interest is in science, history,
painting or other creative
endeavors, he,or she will be
able to find fun and exciting
activities this summer.
Here are some of the pro-
grams being offered: -
The Museum of Science
arid History (MOSH) has pub-
lished a summer camp sched-
ule which includes planetari-
um shows, field trips, fish and
animal science for kinder-
garten to seventh grade. Cal41
348-3974 for a brochure.
The Cultural Center at
Ponte Vedra will have a spring
break camp as well as a sum-
mer camp. Spring break camp
is for ages 4 to 10 and will be
held April 10 to 14. Call 280-
Summer camp will be from
May 22 to July 28, and young
artists will design and create
unique art in a variety of ,
mediums. They may join for
one week or the entire sum-
mer. Call 280-0614.
The Jacksonville Museum
of Modern Art will have a
summer camp program. For a
schedule call 366-6911.
The Cummer Museum of
Art and Gardens will have
summer classes for children.
The current exhibit at the
Cultural Center at Ponte .
Vedra Beach, "Everything Old
Is New Again," will be on dis-.
play through April 13.
Also at the center, George
Kinghomn, director of
Jacksonville Museum Of
Modern Art, will present a lec-
ture on Friday, March 24 from,
3 to 4:30 p.m.
The lecture, "Marketing
Essentials for Visual Artist:
Getting Your Foot In The
Door," will include informa-'
tion on promoting your work,
developing a presentation
package and working with
This lecture is free and open
to the,public. The center is at
50 Executive Way, Ponte
Vedra Beach. Call 280-0614
"Moments of Artful '
Articulations," an exhibit of
artworks by Bonnie Yates, is
currently on display at the
Jacksonville Jewish Center,
5662 Crowne Point Road,
Bonnie's watercolor paint-
ings depict intrinsic settings,
floral and rural scenes, a con-
sequence of her extensive
Bonnie is known for her
designing of historic and con-
ventional projects in needle-
point such as her Torah covers
and Ark curtains, which may
be seen at Temple Beth
* Bonnie's works are vibrant
in color and spiritual in quali-
ty. They will be on display
through March 23 at the
Center or at Archway Gallery
in Jacksonville Beach and
Bungalow Art Gallery in
The Beaches Fine Arts Series
will present the Emerson
String Quartet with David
Krakauer on Sunday, March
26 at 3 p.m.
Acclaimed as "America's
greatest quartet by Time mag-
azine, they will be joined by
Krakauer, a classical clar-
The program will take place
at St. Paul's By-the-Sea
Episcopal Church, 1150 N.
Fifth St., Jacksonville Beach.
An art auction and gala will
be held Thursday, March 23,
from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the
Schuiltz Center For Teaching
and Leadership, 4019
Boulevard Center Drive,
The works of many local
artists will be available. All
proceeds benefit community
Hivaids education prevention
and support programs.
General admission is $30. Call
The Beaches Area Historical
Society will celebrate the
Museum Birthday Festival on
Saturday, March 25.
Admission is free during the
The lecture circuit series
with Greg Leonard will take
place on Tuesday, March 28,
and it is free and open to the
public. For information call
. ,* *
The 2006 Arts and Sounds;
Show will take place 5:30 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m. Saturday at ,
Sawgrass Country Clubhouse.
The net proceeds of the show
will be dedicated to FOCUS
Cummer in supportof the
FABFest program. This pro-
gram brings art awareness and
activity to Beaches elementary
school children. Call 273-
3736 for information.
Tonight meet Gary Keesner,
custom furniture maker, at
Hibernia Gallery in Neptune
Beach. A reception will be
held 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. ,to meet
Gary, who creates hand- craft-
ed wood furniture.
Each piece is an original
work of art. The Shaker move-
ment influenced Gary's cre-
Hibernia Gallery is at 118
First, St., Neptune Beach.
While in the area visit First
Street Gallery where the works
of Fletcher High School stu-
dents are being featured. First
Street Gallery is at 216B First
;St., Neptune Beach. Call 241-
The J. Johnsdn Gallery will
open a new exhibit, "Hand
Made," on Friday, March 24,
with a reception 6 p.m. to 8
The gallery is at 177 Fourth
Ave. N., Jacksonville Beach.
Call 435-3200. .
The Alexander Brest
Museum ,and Gallery at
Jacksonville University will
open an exhibit of works by
2006 arts degree candidates
on Friday, March 31, with a
reception 5 'p.m. to 7 p.m.
Call 256-7374 for informa-
Brian Davis, a renowned
floral painter, is set to appear
in St. Augustine today and
Davis uses flowers as his
subject and romance as his
emotion to create visually
enticing masterpieces. The.
beauty, and elegance of his
pieces are appealing to any
taste and the flowers come to
life right before the viewer's
Davis will be appearing at
Cutter and Cutter, Fine Arts
Gallery, 789 Viscaya Blyd., St.'
Augustine, to talk about the
art of floral painting and to
sign prints. Call (904)'377-
Swamp: 'Worth saving'
Cont. from B-I
be fought over water, not oil,,
in the foreseeable future. For
years, battles have been waged
in the Everglades over how
best to tap its resources,
restrict its flow and conserve,
its natural beauty.
Grunwald starts at the ..
beginning when Glades
Indians fought colonization
by the Spanish in the 1500's.
He also sheds light on the lit-'
tie-known Second Seminole
War, a seven-year battle to
drive the Indians out of the
Everglades that cost "almost
10 times what the country.
paid for Florida in the first
place," he said.
As a fledgling historian,
Grunwald brings a host of
Florida statesmen to life,
Napoleon Bonaparte Broward
and Duncan U. Fletcher.
"My favorite character in
the book is Broward," said
Grunwald at The Book Mark.
"He oversaw every inch of.
the the project [to drain the
Everglades as Florida's gover-
nor at the turn of the 20th
"Fletcher played a real inter-
esting role in that he got a
Senate report [on draining the
Everglades] published as an
official document that turned,
into a huge scandal."
"The Swamp," Grunwald
said, is not a "pop history" of
the Everglades. The book con-
tains 61 pages of footnotes,
drawn from interviews with
more than 1,000 sources.
Among the obscure books
he used as a reference: "Lake.
Okeechobee: Wellspring of the
Everglades," co-written in
1948 by Kathryn Abbey
Hanna, namesake for a city
park at the Beaches.
, After writing "The Swamp,",
Grunwald returned to The Post
in time to cover failed flood-
walls in New Orleans, follow-
ing Hurricane Katrina.
He said the Katrina stories
he filed with fellow Post writer
Susan Glasser! are among his
best reporting at the newspa-
per, including a four-part
series on the Everglades in
S But the plight of the
Everglades still tugs at his
"Half of it is gone, and the
other half is an ecological
mess," said Grunwald, who
wraps up his Florida book tour
March 20 in Key West.,
"I'm.not an engineer or a
scientist but I spend more
time than I care to admit talk-
ing to them [about the
Everglades]. It's the most
intensely studied wetlands in
the world. There are plenty of
reasons to care.about the
Said President Truman in a
1947 speech dedicating
Everglades National Park:
"There are no lofty peaks seek-
ing the sky. no mighty glaciers
or rushing streams wearing
away the uplifted land. Here is
land, tranquil in its quiet
,beauty, serving not as the
source of water but as the last'
receiver of it." "
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Melissa Middlebrook as "Jezebel." It runs through March 18 at
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'Narnia' shouldn't be missed
by SARAH LINWOOD
C.S. Lewis, author of the
seven children's books of his
"Narnia" series, was a teacher
at England's Oxford
University in the days imme-
diately following World War
He hobnobbed with J.R.R.
Tolkien, writer of the "Lord of"
tihe Rings" trilogy, even hang-
.ng out at the same pub.
Though Tolkien's fantasies
A'ere principally aimed at
adults, his Narnia books were
penned for children.
Startlingly, Lewis didn't
.marry- till he reached 60,-mak-
ing his deep insight into his
books' four main youthful
players all the more surpris-
Now Walt Disney Pictures
has made what some might,
call the first book in his series
into a $150 million extrava-
"Narnmia" begins during the
Battle of Britain. As in real
life, London's children are
being packed off to the coun-
tryside, there to take refuge
from the incessant nightly
George Henley, Skandar
Keynes, William Moseley and
Anna Popplewell ("The Girl
with the Pearl Earring") are
the youthful scions of.the -- .-
,mythical Pevensie family, and
in the dusty castle they're
assigned to, they become
bored beyond tolerance.
They decide to play Hide
and Seek, the youngest among
.them. seeking to win by hud-
dling in an ancient wardrobe.
The huge Victorian-looking
chunk of furniture isn't what
it seems, though. It's the con-
duit to another world! There,
it's been winter for 100 years,
the wicked work of the White
Witch. Somehow, she usurped
Namia's throne from Aslan, a
kindly talking lion and right-'
ful king.1n Lewis' world, a
faun plays a major part, as do
two kindly beavers. They're
menaced by the White
Witch's wolves; all of the talk-
ing animals show just how far
computer generated imagery
has progressed. It's almost
impossible to tell they're not
Thereare many chase
scenes in Narnia, even the res-
urrection of a major character
following his death for the
sins of another. Some review-
ers have likened these events
to the Biblical Christmas
story, but the way the flick's
constructed, this seems
Acting-wise, the children
perform admirably. Even the
animal voice acting is done
well, but Harry Gregson-
Environmental film fest in April
The First Coast
Environmental Film Festival
(FCEFF), presented in collab-
oration with the Green Team
Project, Families for Natural
Living, Turtle Island Natural
Foods and a child's place
'Montessori Schools will be
held on Saturday mornings
and Thursday nights in April.
The festival will include 10
movies dealing with a variety
of environmental and social
issues. Following the movie
screenings the FCEFF. com-
mittee will host a moderated
audience Q&A or an expert
These events are free and
open to the public. The pur-
pose of the FCEFF is to pro-
mote environmental aware-
ness and empower our com-
munity to make a difference
by using the powerful medi-
um of film and open discus-
Saturday, April 1, 8, 15
and 29' there will be a movie
screening at the. Main Library
auditorium at 10 a.m.
Organic refreshments will
be provided by Turtle Island
Natural Foods at, 9:30. a.m.
Movies, -will be shown
Thursday, April 6 and 13 at
Atlantic Theatres in Atlantic
Beach at 7:30 p.m.
On. Earth' Day, Saturday,
April 22, a series of movies
will be shown, back-to-back:
all day at the Jacksonville
Landing as part of the annual
Jacksonville Earth Day cele-
This year's line-up includes:
Saturday, April 1; Main
,Library Auditorium; 303'
North Laura Street
., 10-11a.m. "The
Water's Journey: The River
Thursday, April 6; Atlantic
Theatres; 751 Atlantic Blvd
7:30-9 p.m. "The Future
'Saturday, April 8; Main
Library Auditorium; 303
North Laura Street
10-11:30 a.m. "The Future
Thursday, April 13; Atlantic
Theatres; 751 Atlantic Blvd
"Keepers of the Coast"
Saturday, April 15;1
North Laura Street
Saturday, April 22;, (EARTH
DAY) Jacksonville Landing
lOam-4 p.m. All day
showing of the following
"Man Who Planted
Examining Your Connection
to the Environment and Your
"The Living Waters"
Journey: Hidden Rivers of
Saturday, April 29; Main
Library Auditorium; 303
North Laura Street
t10-lla.m. "The Next
Williams' musical soundtrack
Directing and helping write
"Narnia" was Andrew
Adamson, noted for his work
in the "Shrek" series. Ann
Peacock "A Lesson Before
Dying"I along with
Christopher Markus and
Stephen McFeely contributed
to the screenplay. The latter
two worked together on "The
Life and Death of Peter
This 140-minute, PG-rated
flick has an additional treat
for audiences. Its website,
neypictures/narnia/i ndex. html
is chock-full of music, games,
news, material for educators
and of course, the trailer.
Due to sweeping vistas,
"Narnia" will lose much if not"
seen in theaters. It's a delight
for both children and adults
and shouldn't be missed!
by STEVE BAILEy
"Good Night, and. Good
Luck" George "Clooney's
acclaimed ddcu-drama about
the TV battle between reporter
Edward R. Murrow (David
Strathairni and volatile senator
"A History of Violence" A
diner owner (Viggo
Mortensen) becomes a hero
after thwarting two robbers,
only to lead some shady people
to ask questions about his past.
"I Dream of Jeannie 1st
Season" -.An astronaut (Larry
Hagman).gets a genie (Barbara
Eden) all to, himself. Another
chestnut from the pre-feminist
"Columbo 4th Season" At
last, the Larry Storch episode!
"Barbie Mermaidia" Is this
girl a Renaissance Doll or
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The Codetalkers with Col. Bruce Hampton perform from 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday at the SeaWalk Pavilion; as part of the Great,
Atlantic Music & Seafood Festival. Admission is;free to the public.
Note: Acts and person
days or times are not a
available for all clubs .at
time. Prfomtbnnce infonnat
included in the Fridat- club
dar. Send to initchell@ib
esleader.comn. Call 249-90.
Aromas Cigar, Win
Martini Bar, 880 AlA
Ponte Vedra Beach 280-
Le Monde Quartet plays
music at 9 p.m. Tuesday;
Saturday. Wine tasting
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Thursday followed ,by
Jason Anderson Jazz Trio
The Atlantic, 333 N.
St.. lacksonville Beach *
3338. Martini Night
Thursday Nith Dis spin
DJWes Reed spins hip ho
retro Thursdays for L
Night. DJ Jade spins old
and 80's retro at 9 p.m. Fr
DJ KGB spins at 9
Atlantic Theatre Coi
Club, 751 Atlantic I
Atlantic Beach 249-
Comedian Ron Feingold
forms at 9 p.m. today
Saturday. Scheduled co
acts also perform at 8
Bo's Coral Reef, 201
Ave. N., Jacksonville Bea
246-9874. DJ Dale
Thursday through Satur
Too Many Shoes perf
Friday, Feb. 24.
Bogey Grille, 150 V
Circle, Ponte Vedra Bea
249-3338. Live music fro
11 p.m. today.
Brewster's,' 11003 B
Blvd., Jacksonville 223-
Little Green Men perform
p.m. today. Big Engine
forms Saturday. Dana Sa
,plays acoustic niusic at 9
Wednesday. Karaoke is
Cap'n Odies, 2200 Ma
JSO & HAMLISCH
The Jacksonville Symphony'
Orchestra is joined by compos-
er, conductors' and pianist,
. Marvin Hamlisch at 8 p.m.
today and Saturday in Jacoby
Symphony Hall at the Times-
Union Center for the
Performing Arts, 300 W. Water
St., Jacksonville. Tickets range
from $25 to $65. Call 354-5547
RETURN OF THE ZOMBIE
Macabre metal master Rob
Zombie returns at 9. p.m. today
at Plush, 845 University Blvd.
N., Jacksonville. Tickets are $32
in advance, $35 at the door.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m.
Folk rocker Dar Williams per-
forms at 8 p.m. March 21 at
The Florida Theatre, 128 E.
Forsyth St., Jacksonville.
Tickets are $22:50. Call 354-
5547 for information.
Korn with special guests
Road, Atlantic Beach 241'-
8848. Live music from 9:30
p.m. to 1:30 a.m. today and
Saturday. Country night every
Champs Lounge, Sawgrass
Marriott, 1000 PGA Tour Blvd.,
Ponte Vedra Beach 285-7777.
Lisa and the Mlad Hatters per-
form at 8:30 p.m. today.;
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Cliff's at the Beach, 1401
Atlantic Blvd., Neptune Beach.
Cloud Nine performs at 9 p.m.
today and Saturday. Sunday is
Service Industry Night with
guest DJ. Karaoke every
Giovanni's, 1161 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach 249-
7787. : Mary Ann Hawkins
plays piano from 7 p.m. to
close Thursdays. The, Sam
Rodriguez Music Trio plays
pop, jazz and Latin music at 8
p.m. today. Jazz with Matt Hall
at 8 p.m. Saturday. .
Lynch's Irish Pub,' 514 N.
First St., Jacksonville Beach *
249-5181. Fran Doyle and
Kickin' Lassie perform inside
with Bobby Flynn and the
Celtic, rock band. Rathkeltair
outside today. Festivities begin
at 11 a.m. Karaoke Sunday at
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at 9 Culhane's Irish Pub, 967 Mackenzie's Steakhouse,
a Atlantic'Blvd., Atlantic Beach 100' Sawgtass Village, Ponte
249-9595. Alphadog is in at 9 Vedra Beach 543-9143. Gene
First p.m. .today. Traditional Irish Norda plays piano from 7 to
249- music with Keyin Bynes, Jax. 11 p.m. Tuesday through
t i 'Pipe'-&.Bramrits'.&morebe -r- hursday Don NMiniard is in
ning. ning at 1 p.m. today. Irish rock Saturday. Michael Howard is in
p and band Seventh Wave play at 9 from 7 to 11 p.m. Sunday. Will
adies P.m. today and ;Saturday. Hurley performs today and
wave Traditional Irish dancer Glas Monday. .
days Tara are in at 4 p.m. Sunday *
p.M. followed by The Bobby Flynn Magellan's Oceanfront
Band at 6 p.m. Sunday. Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.,
Jacksonville Beach 247-2644.
medy Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub Beam brings the funk from
3Blvd., & Restaurant, 333 1st St. N.,' 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
7529. Jacksonville Beach 242-9499. ,, **
per- Jimmy Solari is in every. Max's Restaurant, 1312
and Wednesday. Spade McQuade Beach Blvd., Jackson\ille Beach
medvy plays traditional Irish music 247-6820. John Evans plays
p.nm. every Thursday. Paper Stanleys the piano from 6:30 to 10 p.m.
appear at 9:30 p.m. Saturday. today and Saturday.
Meridian plays traditional Irish *
Fifth music at 4 p.m.Sunday. Monkey's Uncle Tavern,
ach 1 850 Third Street S,
spins Fly's Tie, 177 E. Sailfish Dr., Jacksonville Beach 246-1070.
days. Atlantic Beach '* 246-4293. Karaoke .every Tues., .Thurs.,
forms Songwriter's night with Seth Sat. and Sun.
Ramsdill every Tuesday. The .* ,
Wes Cobb Band is in Ocean Club, 401 First Street
Valley Thursdays. Spade McQuade North, Jacksonville Beach *
ich appears at 9:30 p.m. today and 242-8884. DJs Jeremy and
>m 7- Saturday. Kevin Durgin spin today.
Jimmy Joslin with Ofay appear
Freebird Live, 200 N. First saturday. Live reggae with Pili
Beach St., Jacksonville Beach 246- Pili and DJ Infader for Service
9850. BIRD. Michael, Glabicki of Industry Sundays. D.Js
s at 8 Rusted Root with Nathan Shanghai and Lord Swift spins
per- Holley. performs at 9 p.m. reggae, reggaeton and hip hop
Imela today. Fusebox Funk with on Tuesdays.
p.m. Power Movement Project,
held appear Saturday. Charlotte Ragtime Tavern, Seafood &
Martin with Alexis Cone are in Grill, 207 Atlantic Blvd.,
Tuesday. Atlantic Beach 241-7877. Al
Natural is in todav and
Soprano Alison Buchanan
makes her Jacksonville
Symphony Orchestra debut in
Poulenc's Gloria March 23-25.
Mudvayne and 10 Years per-
forms at 8 p.m. March 21 at the
Veteran's Memorial Arena,
located in the downtown
Sports Complex. Tickets range
from $70-$111 and are avail-
able through TicketMaster at
Saturday. Ron Perry performs
Restaurant Medure, 818 N.
Florida AlA, Ponte Vedra
Beach 543-3797. Nightfall
performs from 8 p.m. to close
today and Saturday.
The Ritz, 139 Third Ave., Jay
Beach, *, 246-2255. DJ
Anonymous spins Sun-Wed. DJ
Marco spins every Thurs.
Shelby's Coffee Shoppe,
200 1st Street, Neptune Beach *
249-2922. The John Thomas
Group with Debra Rider plays
cabaret jazz from 10 a.m. to 1
Tavern at Sawgrass, 43 PGA
Tour Blvd, Ponte Vedra Beach
285-3133. Ralph "E" performs
top 40's, blues, oldies and jazz
ex-ert Friday and Saturdai"
night from 9 p.m. to'1 a.m.
Tra Vini Italian Restaurant,
216 Ponte Vedra Park Drive,
Ponte Vedra. Beach Beach *
273-2442. Tony Saladino per-
forms jazz piano and standards
from 7 to 10 p.m. Thursday
through Saturday. ,
Tree Steakhouse, .725-6
Atlantic Blvd, Atlantic Beach *
241-5600. Mary Ann Hawkins
is in from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30
p.m. Wednesday. Gina
Martenelli performs from 6:30
to 10 p.m. today. Kenhe is in
Twisted Sisters, 1266 Beach
Blvd., Jacksonville Beach 241--
6453. The Wes Cobb Band per-
forms from 9:30 p.m. to close
Vinoe, 822 A1A N., Ponte
Vedra Beach 285-0991. The.
DJ Wall spins acid jazz for
Metropolitan Night every
.Your. Place Bar-n-Grill,
13245 Atlantic Blvd.,
Jacksonville 221-9994. Live,
music today and Saturday.
Chuck Nash appears every
Monday. Chris and Larry are in
Wednesday. Dave Massey per-
Marvin Hamlisch performs with the Jacksonville Symphony
Orchestra tonight and Saturday. Call 354-5547.
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FCA annual breakfast
The Fellowship of Christian
Athletes will host the annual
"Breakfast with the Pros" on
Wednesday, March 22, at 7:30
a.m. at the Sawgrass Marriott.
Fred Funk, 2005 Players
Champion, will be the fea-
tured speaker. PGA Tour chap-
lain Larry Moody and
Christian comedian Jay
Laffoon will also speak.
Tickets are $30 and include a
breakfast buffet. For informa-
tion and tickets contact the
FCA golf office at 273-9541 ot
Tea and fashion show
St. Andrew. A.M.E. Church
will have a. tea and fashion
Show' on 'Friday, March 24,
from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the
auditorium of Jacksonville
Beach Elementary School, 315
10th St. S.
Donation for the event is
$20 with all proceeds to bene-
fit the church. For information
call Mable McQueen at 241-
Bishop Victor Galeone has
granted, a dispensation to
Catholics in the Diocese, of St.
Augustine from the require-
ment to abstain from meat on
today St. Patrick's Day.
Service and cook-off
First Christian Church of the
Beaches, 2125 Ocean Front,
Neptune Beach, will have a
contemporary service and chili
cook-off on Saturday, April 1.,
Call the church office at 246-
2010 for details.
Students of the Hebrew'
School of Beth El the Beaches
Synagogue, 288 N., Roscoe'
Blvd., Ponte Vedra, will pres-
ent a model Seder and a short
play on Sunday, April 2. For.
information contact the office
Christian Science in PV
Author and Christian speak-
er Elise Moore will speak on
Monday, April 3, at the 'Ponte
Vedra Beach Library. Her topic
will be "The Christianity of
Christian Science: Being God's
Song" which will address living
free from worry and pain.
The event is sponsored by
First Church of Christ,
Scientist, in Jacksonville Beach
and is part of a week long,
series in Northeast Florida. For
information contact the
church office at 246-2632.
Grants to fight poverty
The Catholic Campaign for
Human Development is
accepting grant applications
from local nonprofit organiza-
tions for self-help projects to
eliminate poverty in the com-
Organizations must be
incorporated and tax-exempt
and benefit a poverty group.
Grant applications are avail-
able from Catholic Charities
Regional Office at 134 E.
Church St., Jacksonville. The
application deadline is April
30; for information call 899-
Chesed will host a perform-
'ance of the Holocaust Cantata
on Sunday March 26, at 3 p.m.
at 8727 San Jose Blvd. ,.
The cantata will be directed
by Linda Dell and performed
by the Temple Chorale and the
First' Presbyterian Chancel
Choir. There will be a second
performance at First
Presbyterian Church at 118 E.
Monroe St., Jacksonville, on
Sunday, April 9 at 4 p.m.
Women's Bible study
On March 12, Beaches Chapel Church and School celebrated
the 20th anniversary of Rev. Steve McCoy as pastor. During his
stint, the church, has experienced considerable growth'and cur-
rently has more than 40 ministries in active operation, according
to the church. Beaches Chapel
A women's community Bible
study is forming in Ponte
Vedra with Ponte Vedra United
Methodist Church as the host
The class will be' held on
Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. and the
schedule will coincide with the
public school calendar. An
eight-week study of the book
of Nehemiah will begin the
Ponte Vedra United
Methodist is at 35 Executive
Way, Suite 150, Ponte Vedra.
is at 610 Florida Blvd., in
Call the office at 280-5141 for
information or visit the Web
site at www.community-
Griefshare is a 10-week sem-
inar beginning on Monday at
Beach United Methodist
Church, 325 7th Ave. N.,
The seminar is for those who
have experienced the death of
someone close to them. For
information or to register, con-
tact Marcia in the church
office at 249-2343.
Seder plate workshop
The Beaches Jewish
Women's Circle, which meets
at 521 State Road AlA, Ponte
Vedra, will have a Ceramic
Seder plate workshop on
Sunday at 3 p.m. Ceramics and
glass artist Heather, Ferman
will assist participants to make
a personalized Seder plate for'
The cost of the program is
. $10 or free to members. For
,information, call Chabad @
the Beaches at 285-1588.
Palm Valley Baptist Church
will have a homecoming serv-
ice at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. The
guest speaker will be evangelist
J.O. McLeod, and music will be'
provided by Kindred Spirit.
A fellowship meal will fol-
low the service. All are wel-
come to attend. The church is
at 4890 Palm Valley Road in
Ponte Vedra. For information
History of Zionism
Rabbi Eliezer Ben Yehuda of
Beth El the Beaches
Synagogue, 288 N. Roscoe
Blvd., Ponte Vedra, will con-
duct a 19-week'course on the
history of Zionism using a film
series made in Israel as part
of the course. For information
contact Robin Ford at 273-
Pastor's Bible study
Pastor Michael Blaker of St."
Andrew's by the Sea Lutheran'
Church, 1801 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville Beach, offers a.
pastor's iBible study on
Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.,
The study uses "Real Faith
for' Real Life: Living the Six
Marks of Discipleship" by the
Rev. Michael\Foss to study dis-
A 40-day study of "The
Purpose Driven Life" by Rick
Warren is being held at Christ
the Redeemer Church.
Participants are encouraged to
read the book for 20 minutes
daily and meet on Wednesdays
from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. during
Lent. Childcare is provided. To
RSVP call Michael and Mary
Parker at 280-9204.
St. Paul A.M.E. Church will
host "Healing the Mind, Body,
and Soul" women's retreat
March 31 through April 1. The
event will be held at the Sea
Turtle Inn in Atlantic Beach.
For information, contact the
Rev. Mattie Riley Hayes at 537-
3658 or at mrileyhayes@com-
Photo exhibit at Bethel
An exhibit of photography
called Shadow and Light is on
display at the Bethel Gallery at
Ponte' Vedra Presbyterian
Church. The exhibit will run
through Sunday at the church
at 4510 Palm Valley Road. Call
285-8225 for information.
Planning prayer day
Planning meetings for the
National Day of Prayer will be
on April 5 and April 26 at the
Beaches Library in Neptune
Beach. The National Day of
Prayer, will be on Thursday,
May 4. For information con-
tact Susan Alberti at susanal-
email@example.com or 285-
Divorce care class
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Sunday Moming Worship 8:30& 11 am. Sunday Contemporary Worship WEDNESDAY Saturday Mass 9a.m. and 5:30 p.m. RECONCLIATION
Church School- All Ages 9:45 am. 8:30am 6:30 pm The Gathering WEDNESDAY (SEP-MAY) Sunday Mass 7:00,8:30, 10:00, aturd 10:00 a.m. or by appt.
Contemporary FelWorshipServ 5:59 p.m. Sunday Church School 9:45am Bible Studies forEvery Age & Life Situation 6:30 Choir, Bible Study,Youth 11:30 a.m. & 7 p.m. RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
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March 17i, 206 uuu -- -
Crenshaw co-authors 'Hidden Life'
by KATHY NICOLETTI
"What is the hidden life ...
the person God created us to
be? . And why, when
promised such a precious gift,
do we fail to perceive it, trust
it, and live it?"
These are the questions
posed on the first pages of
"The Hidden Life," a book
about the life and spiritual
journey of Betty Walthour
Skinner of Ponte Vedra Beach.
. The book was co-authored
by Kitty Crenshaw, wife of
Crenshaw, and Catherine
Snapp, Ph.D., an educational.
psychologist with a clinicalY
practice in Tallahassee.
Skinner, who lives in Vicar's
Landing, recently celebrated .
her 80th birthday. Borr aind
raised in Alabama; she mar-
ried Jacksonville businessman
Bryant Skinner in 1948.
they are the parents of
three sons and a daughter and
have 12 grandchildren.
In the 1960s in the midst of
raising, her family, Betty,
Skinner's struggle with clinical
depression reached the point
where she was in crisis and
unable to function.
Following a hospital stay
where she began her recovery,
Skinner found healing
through her search for a deep-
er relationship with her
"God was giving me a sec-
ond chance at 42 years old,"
she said in a recent interview
at her home.
Cont. from B-6
ed and divorced people is
forming at Palm Valley Baptist
Church and will begin on
Wednesday, March 15. For
information, call the church
office at 285-2447.
Prayer group meets
Beaches Community Prayer
Group meets every Thursday at
9:30 a.m. in the conference
room of The Winston Family
YMCA on Landrum Lane in
Ponte Vedra. For information
S Marriage class *
Beach United Methodist
Church will offer "Conflict
Resolution in Marriage" for
four Sundays in March begin-
ning on March 5. The class
will be led by by Dr. Jeff Hood,
a marriage and family coun-
selor, who will focus on con-
flict resolution techniques that
promote reconciliation and
For information or to register
for the class, call Marcia in the
church office at 249-2343, ext.
11. The class will begin at 11
a.m. and is held in Room 2107.
Celebrate RecoverN, a biblical
based program for persons fac-
ing personal problems, meets
every Friday at 6:30 p.m. in the
fellowship hall of Beach
United Methodist Church,
Third Street at Seventh Avenue
North, Jacksonville Beach.
Through worship and same-
gender small groups, people
can work on personal struggles
such as eating disorders, alco-
hol/drug abuse, and codepen-
dency. The evenings begin
with dinner. Call 249-2343.
Retreats at Marvwood
The following retreats are
planned at the Marywood
Retreat Center in the
Switzerland area of Northwest
St. Johns County:
Outdoor Family Stations of
the Cross will be held on
March 5, 12, 19, 25, and April
2. Gather at 3 p.m. to pray the
Stations of the Cross along
S Marxwood's nature trail.
Diocesan deacons will lead the
Stations and light refreshments
will be served at the conclusion
of prayer. There is no cost to
March 18: The Roots of
Christian Mysticism will be led
Members of Kids of the Kingdom at Lord of Life Lutheran
Church collected packages of new underwear for Undie Sunday
on March 5. to benefit Dignity U Wear.
They are in the front row:Rachel Frank, Makenzie Wiggins; in
the second row: Nicholas Wiggins (hidden behind Rachel),
Daniel Frank, David Frank, Robin Wiggins; and in the back row:
Tom Kurpil, Nick Kurpil, Lindsey Kurpil, Elisabeth Campbell, and
"Pain has a purpose. How
else can God get our atten-
tion? You can't discover your
true self until you discover
God," she said.
"The Hidden Life". shares
with readers the story 'of
Skinner's search for her "true
self" and healing through her
practice of spiritual discipline
and trust in God.
"'As people, we are stuck and
fearful of change. Jesus calls us
to let go and move into the
light. This takes so much trust
that so many people can't do
it. All this little book is, is
encouragement," said Skinner.
"The message is so full of
hope," said Kitty Crenshaw,
who has known Skinner since
she was a teenager.
Snapp met Skinner through
her friendship with
: By the time Skinner was in
her 60s, she had reached a'
place in her own 'spiritual
by Sr- Rose Hoover. This is the
last in a seven week series on
mysticism. This session will
focus on Carmelite Mysticism
and will begin at 9:30 a.m. and
end at 3 p.m. The cost is $35
which includes lunch.
March 22: Day for Seniors:
Book of Ruth in Prayer and
Song will be led by Kevin
McGrath. Using the Book of
Ruth, McGrath will develop
steps to happiness and peace
and focus on learning and
teaching about kindness. The
event begins with lunch at 12
rloon and en s at 3 p.m. The
cpst is $12 wh'ichl includes
March 25: Lenten Day of
Reflection: -A Journey into the
Desert will be led by Fr. John
Tetlow. Using the Gospel of the
Woman at the Well, Tetlow
will lead participants through
Jesus' 40 days in the desert
with reflection on the oasis in
the desert. The day beings at
9:30 a.m. and ends with Mass
at 2:30 p.m. The cost is $27
which includes lunch.
March 31 April 2: Weekbnd
Retreat; Discovering Self in
God will be led by Msgr. Simon
lgnacio. Come and discover
yourself in relationship with
God. Registration begins at
6:30 p.m. on Friday and the
retreat ends with Mass at 11
a.m. on Sunday. The cost is
$185 for private, $145 for dou-
ble, and $85 for commuter.
April 5: Day of Reflection:
Celebrating Mary will be led by
Pat Cook. using the works of
the four Gospels, Cook will dis-
cuss why the Church celebrates
Mary. Key images will be
Mary's friendship with her
cousin Elizabeth and Mary at
the foot of the cross. The
begins at 9:30 a.m. and ends at
2 p.m. with Mass. The cost is
$27 which includes lunch.
Marywood is located at
1715-5 State Road 13. For
information on these or other
events, call (9041 287-2525 or
Moms pray for kids
A group of mothers known
as Moms in Touch meets week-
ly to pray for their children,
other students and the schools
they attend. The group meets
on Tuesday afternoons at a
church in Ponte Vedra Beach.
For, location and more infor-
mation, call Nancy at 273-
Midweek for kids
The following events are
held at Beaches area churches
on Wednesday for youngsters:
Palm Valley Baptist Church
at 4890 Palm Valley Road in
Ponte Vedra has Bible Study
and activities for children at 7
p.m. Contact the church at
Sunrise Christian Church
youth group meets 7 p.m. to
8:30 p.m., beginning with
group praise and worship, fol-
lowed by small groups for fel-
lowship, Bible study and
The church is at 298 Aquatic
Drive, Atlantic Beach. Call 249-
Bethlehem Buddies is open
to all children 3 years old
through second grade at
Bethlehem Lutheran Church,
1423 Eighth Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach, from 7
p.m. to 9 p.m. with Bible sto-
ries, crafts and songs.
High school Bible study is 7
p.m. to 8:15 p.m. at Bethlehem
Youth in grades six through
12 and families meet at 6:30
p.m. at Christ Episcopal
Church, Ponte Vedra Beach, for
dinner in the parish hall.
Youth JAM begins at 7 p.m.
and includes guitar lessons,
singing, and rehearsal for the
11 a.m. Sunday contemporary
worship service in parish hall
geared toward youth and fami-
lies with children.
Dinner and JAM are open to
the community. JAM is free,
and dinner is $4 per person,
$12 per family maximum. The
church is at Solana Road and
San Juan Drive. .
Youths in grades six through
8 meet at 6:30 p.m. in the
Outback, the modular building
behind Palms Presbyterian
Church, 3410 Third St. S.,
Jacksonville Beach. Contact
the leader, Murray Beard, at
285-5106. The Senior High
Group meets in the Outback
on Sunday immediately fol-
lowing the Sunset Worship
Service. Contact leaders Dale
and Ingram Caswell at 285-'
Dynamic Disciples (grades K-
5) at First Christian Church of
the Beaches meets Wednesday
from 6:30 to 7:45. Teens in
Motion Youth 'Group meets
from 6:30 to 7:45 with special
events and trips held on other
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2125 Oceanfront, Neptune
Beach. Call 246-2010.
Building Blocks, a group for
children ages 3 to 6, and Kids
Club for youngsters in grades
one through 6 meet at 7:15
p.m. at Family Bible Church,
4760 Palm Valley Road, Ponte
Vedra Beach. Bridge Builders
for grades 7 through 12 meets
from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
YouthAlive with Bible Study
and worship for grades seven
through 12, is held from 7 to
7:45 p.m. at Keman Boulevard
Baptist Church, 4000 Kernan
Blvd. S., south of.-Beach
Boulevard. Preschool and chil-
drAn's choirs through 6th
grade meet from 7 to 7:45 p.m.
Youth from Beach United
Methodist Church, Third Street
at Seventh. Avenue North,
Jacksonville Beach, meet 6
p.m. to 8 p.m. at various loca-
tions. Directions to Wednesday
meetings are handed out at
247, the church's Sunday night
worship service for youths,
held 6 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.
Church choir school is
offered for age 3 through sixth
grade at Christ Episcopal
Church after school at various
times, depending on the
youngster's age. Children
develop musical skill and
Christian formation. The
school is free and is given by
Timothy McKee, music direc-
tor of the church. Call 285-
Kids K'Nextion for ages 3 to
fifth grade and activities for
middle and high school youth
are held 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. at
New Beginnings Baptist
Church, 1050 State Road A1A,
Ponte Vedra Beach. For infor-
mation, call 285-4288.
Youth meet 5:45 p.m. to 8:00
p.m. at Ponte Vedra United
Methodist Church, 35
Executive Way, Ponte Vedra for
growth that she was able to
share her insights and medita-
tions with other women.
This led to the formation of.
BWS Ministries with an office
in. Ortega. With the help of
her friend Becky Anderson,
Skinner offered spiritual
direction, hope, and encour-
agement to other women for
12 years through BWS.
Writing the book was a new
experience for both of the
authors, said Crenshaw.
"We figured it out as we
went along and were open to
the Spirit," said Crenshaw.
, ; "This is the story of God's
love for us; it is everybody's
story," said Snapp.
The first printing of "The
Hidden Life" came out on Jan.
18 and was sold out in two
weeks. The.second printing is
scheduled to be in bookstores
Information about the book
can be obtained from the pub-
lisher, Navpress, at www.nav-
press.com or at www.thehid-
Each chapter of the book
ends with an "Illumination"
that includes some of
Skinner's meditations .and
The final chapter ends with
"Grace brought me to this
This gentle hill and ground,
Where all Beauty is first
My story lies upon it, I rest
beside it in the dark.
For what I found, I am.
And where I am is home.
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GAIJ.ERIES & MUSEUMS
A CHARLES GALLERY,
228 3rd Ave. N., Jacksonville
Beach. 339-0029. Hours 1
p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday-
BEACHES MUSEUM &
HISTORY CENTER, 380 Pablo
Ave., Jacksonville Beach *
241-5657. Exhibits: "Shore
Stories: Down the Boardwalk"
"The ABCs of Beaches
History" "A View on the
Past." Hours are 10 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.
12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Sunday. Admission $5 adults,
$4 seniors, $3 children (6-17).
BETHEL GALLERY, 4510
Palm Valley Road, Ponte
Vedra Beach 285-8225.
Features themed original art
shows using mixed media
from local and regional
artists. Hours are 9 a.m. to 5
p.m., Monday to Friday and 9
a.m. to noon Sunday.
BLUE HERON GALLERY,
4600 Middleton Circle E.,
Jacksonville 223-6100. Art
work by Cypress Village resi-
dents and visiting artists.
Hours 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday through Sunday.
GALLERY, 137 King St., St.
Augustine (904) 825-4577.
Features original paintings,
photography, clay, art, seri-
graphs, sculpture, jewelry and
painted furniture. Hours are
noon to 6 p.m. Tuesday
CATCH 22 GALLERY, 5
Cordova St., St. Augustine *
826-3890. Hours are 11 a.m.
to 6 p.m. Tuesday through
Sunday. Closed on Monday.
New York' style gallery featur-
ing paintings, sculptures and
ceramics. Featured artist every
Friday during Art Walk.
CULTURAL CENTER AT
PONTE VEDRA, 50 Executive
Way, Ponte Vedra Beach *
CUMMER MUSEUM OF
ART & GARDENS, 829
Riverside Ave., Jacksonville *
356-6857. Hours are 10 a.m.
to 9 p.m. Tuesday through
Thursday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday, noon to 5 p.m.
Sunday. Admission is $6 for
adults, $4 for seniors and mil-
itary, $3 for students, $1 for
kids 5 and under. Free admis-
sion from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
880 A1A North, Suite 9, Ponte
Vedra Beach 280-2772.
Hours 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday through Saturday,
noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
FAIRFAX GALLERY AT
SAWGRASS, 1740 Sagrass
Village Dr., Ponte Vedra Beach
* 384-7724. Hours 10 a.m. to
6 p.m. Monday through
Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
FIRST STREET GALLERY,
216 First St., Neptune Beach *
241-6928. Works by local and
regional artists. Monday
through Wednesday, 10 a.m.
to 6 p.m.; Thursday and
Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m;
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.,
and Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
2411 3rd St. S., Jacksonville
Beach. Art of James Figuly fea-
tured until March 20. Tuesday
through Friday 10 a.m. to 6
p.m. 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday. Call 247-1050.
HIBERNIA GALLERY 108
1st Street, Neptune Beach *
249-7321. Selling handmade
work from Ireland, England
and U.S. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Monday-Saturday, noon to 5
J. JOHNSON GALLERY,
177 Fourth Ave. N.,
Jacksonville Beach 435-
3200. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Tuesday through Friday and 1
p.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. Also
by appointment. Pieces are
available for purchase.
*MUSEUM OF SCIENCE
AND HISTORY, 1025
Museum Circle, Jacksonville.
396-7062. MOSH features
interactive history and sci-
ence exhibits as well as plane-
tarium events and special
MY LITTLE GALLERY,
630 Atlantic Blvd., Neptune
Beach 403-0031. Hours 10
a.m. to .6 p.m. Wednesday
She's The Man. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:15,
4:20, 7:20, 9:30.
V For Vendetta. Rated R.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:25, 12:55,
4:05, 4:35, 7:00, 7:40,
Failure to Launch. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 12:05,
12:45, 3:40, 4:25, 7:20,
7:45, 9:35, 10:20.
The Hills Have Eves.
Rated R. Fri.-Thurs., Noon,
1:00, 4:10, 4:40, 7:30,
7:50, 10:00, 10:25.
The Libertine. Rated NR.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:10, 4:30,
The Shaggy Dog. Rated
PG. Fri.-Thurs., 1:20, 4:45,
"HELLO DOLLY" is staged through April 16 at the Alhambra
Dinner Theatre, 12000 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville. Doors open at
6 p.m. For evening shows. Call 641-1212 for information.
"PIANO BAR" closes its run
at 8 p.m. today and Saturday at
Players by the Sea, 106 6th St.
N., Jacksonville Beach. Tickets
are $20. Call 249-2022 for
"SIX DANCE LESSONS IN
SIX WEEKS" is staged at 8 p.m.
today at the Atlantic Beach
Experimental Theatre, 716
Ocean Blvd., Atlantic Beach. A
matinee will be staged at 2
p.m. March 26. Reservations
can be made for Thursday
through Saturday shows
through March 25. Call 249-
DREAM" featuring the music
. of The Everly Brothers is staged
at 8 p.m. today, 2 p.m. and 8
p.m. Saturday and 2 p.m. and
7 p.m. Sunday in the Wilson
Center for the Arts at FCCJ's
South Campus, 11901 Beach
Blvd, lacksonville. Tickets are
available through the FCCJ
Artist Series box office at 632-
"HELLO DOLLY" is staged
through April 16 at the
Alhambra Dinner Theatre,
12000 Beach Blvd.,
Jacksonville. Doors open at 6
p.m. for evening shows.
Matinees are held at 11 a.m. on
Saturday and noon on Sunday.
Admission ranges from $35 to
$46 for dinner and show. Call
641-1212 for information.
Aquamarine. Rated PG.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:30, 3:30,
Tyler Perry's Madea's
family Reunion. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 12:15,
3:25, 7:00, 9:45.
Ultraviolet. Rated PG.
Date Movie. Rated PG 13.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:25, 3:55,
Eight Below. Rated PG.
Fri.-Thurs., 12:35, 3:35,
The Pink Panther. Rated
PG. Fri.-Thurs., 12:20,
4:15, 7:25, 10:15.
Rated R. Fri.-Thurs., 12:10,
3:30, 6:50, 9:50.
Cache. Rated R. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:05, 4:00, 7:05,
Capote. Rated G. Fri.-
Thurs., 1:05, 3:05, 5:05,
Eight Below. Rated PG.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:10, 4:10,
Failure to Launch. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:15,
3:25, 5:35, 7:45, 9:55.
The Hills Have Eyes.
Rated R. Fri.-Thurs., 1:35,
4:35, 7:35, 9:40.
The Libertine. Rated R.
Fri.-Thurs., 1:20, 4:20,
She's The Man. Rated
PG13. Fri.-Thurs., 1:25,
3:30, 5:35, 7:50, 9:50.
The Shaggy Dog. Rated
PG. Fri.-Thurs., 1:00, 4:00,
V For Vendetta.
PG 13. Fri.-Thurs.,
4:00, 7:00, 9:45.
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HOUSES. Pal back pa,'/menis & legal
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Vacant Loi Atlantic Beacr 4 Blocks ihC
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FLORIDA BLVDO- 57 acre lot c.r marsr, a
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FSBO 2BR.2BA Key West sryle cottage
1340s1 Lot. 65'x102. 391 Main St AB
241-8967 $229.000 as is OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 3 18.'06.2-5pm
LAST VIEWING Mqst sell 3BR/2BA. 2-
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rno* last lirlme Sunday, 1-3pm Will lake
best bid. 3650 Riveredge Drive 379-8237
DUPLEX. 1ST St Neplune Beach 500FT
TO BEACH, 2) modern 2BR. 1BA v
po0ch Jg lo1r. 5629;000 Will coop By
appli 46 o9331 ,r iL.eIlli C7.--1766
SOUTHSLDE. DEERWOOD Ju l 6 year
oildl Lovely .-1BR/3BA home $524,990
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OPEN HOUSE Sunday 12-4pm. real lto
cation view ol goll course 1800 The
Green- Way 5"12 JaP Beach Assisl 2
PONTE VEDRA FSBO 3BR2BA.Cor.an
countertops, 1250si Fireplace 1-.:r ga-
rage. community pool Walk to Ocean
INjTRACOASTAL WEST. Kensriqgor,
Lakelroni! Well mairlained. $264 900
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REDUCED NEPTUNE BEACH FSBO
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Lance Cove Estates Hayesville, NC
Beautiful Mountain Views from Sweetwater's newies
subd ision, adouislnd inuljg icon Oine ie plus loI' E',, .A .
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BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED JAX
BEACH HOME. Lc.calid at 1404 Declara.
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Iisi Askirg $349 000 CallI,9041563 1516.
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4216 Seabreeze Dr.
3BR/3.5BA, IC\V waterfront,
3.100 SF. $749,000
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FSBO 10ll 23rd Si ri JB, 3BR2BA
2 story, pool. tenced yard .783 4600
ttun 1-4 in Plantation Oaks
4.000SF, 5BR/5BA with 14' ceilings, granite countertops, gourmet
kitchen, 42"N Maple cabinets, screened pool w/%\aterfall
$1,060.000 Dir: From .41.4 to 210 to
Plantation Oaks,. RTto stop sign LT & RT ii
on Bavrree to #804.CF
Call Lynn Saitd
Open House Sat. 12-2pm
22"d Ave S. and The Ocean. 2200 Ocean DR S 4F
SPECTACUALR OCEAN FRONT VIEWS from this wonderful correr unit
in beautiful Ocean 22. Brand new tile and carpet. New Corian counter tops
with stainless sleel appliances and beautiful cabinetry. Call today. $549,000
The Sanctuary 3/2, approx. 2000+SF, cul-de-sac, huge
side yard. hardwood floors, California shag, priced to sell. $414,900
Neptune Beach POOL Home Huge .-
corner lot, approx. 2300 SF, 4/2.5, reduced. $449,000
Call The Hamilton TEAM
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Bulgalow!!! Sunday 1-3
Concrete block home! '3BR/1.5BA home just blocks to
the beach. Remodeled kitchen. Tile
throughout, fenced backyard. 1031 O L 01 I
14th Ave N Di?: From Penman to Ef
on 15th Ave N to first R on 14th Ave
N home on L. $319.9K
Connie Grubbs 612-9911 or
Jan Fowler 294-4766
WALK TO EACH
This totally renovated bungalow exudes charm. Situated on a
large lot just blocks to the ocean. this 3BR/2BA is perfect for
enjoying the breeze! Concrete block construction, spacious living/
dining room, new kitchen & baths, tile floors. $372,500 ..
AND NEAR THE BEACH
This almost new 4BR/2BA home is located in a great school
district. The open floor plan has a separate dining room,,private
study and a fireplace in the family room. A large covered deck for
barbecuing and enjoying the outdoors. Bring the family! $309,900
AWESOME DUPLEX AT THE BEACH
East of 3rd. Jax Beach, great investment opportunity. This property
is just a stones throw to the beach. Each unit is 2/2 and building is
well maintained. 50x125 lot. $645,000
Great home in a wonderful new subdivision! 4BR/3BA w/game
room. Many upgrades including top of the line
\ cabinetry, tile floors, 9ft ceilings, surround sound
and much more. This is a must see. $387,000
CALL GLENN JOHNSON
Cell (904) 910-5200 ( Prudential
'* ,' Network Realty
Perfect Bch Bungalow
; .- Sunday. 1-3p.m. 212 Walnut. Nept.
Beachy retreat just I blk to ocean! Adorable rustic
3/2. huge deep lot. gorgeous w d firs. restored, A-Z!
Lives open, exudes cottage charm, 3 biks to eateries,
.% tn-center in heart of "Old Nept". A real treasure!
Come and see! $639,000
"She KNOWS the beaches... aP
Rosemary She SELLS the town."
AM, if Call 568-1523
*East oJ 41A in
This 5BR/3BA brick beauty has
approx. 4,400 Sf! 32'x15' pool,
S -. 90'x140'. lot, 24'x22.5' garage
w/10'x8' workshop, gourmet kitchen
w/48" SS gas.range, Subzero refrigerator, 1,000 SF
master suite w/6' whirlpool tub, many upgrades/
amenities! Energy efficient! Easy bike ride or walk to
beach! Owner/Agent $1,375,000 .
*El/en 'Pdiit. -.Vrigfit S ',
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From Cottages to Castes
MARSH OCEANFRONT CONDO
lANDING PONTE VEDRA
Traditional three- tory home occupies a Rare opportunity to own a 3,000 square
gorgeous wooded lot overlooking foot townhouse in Spinnakers Reach. 3
lagoon and features 5 BRS, all on the BRS/3.5 BA, loft and 3 tiled balconies,
2nd and 3rd floors, 4 BA, and a'laichen. allwithoceanviews.Newtiledownstairs,
family room and porch whichh span the new carpet upstairs, plantation shutters.
widtlhof the house and overlook the and 2 new bathrooms A "mus-see''
lagoon. $1,149,000 $1,195,000 :
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Independendv owned and operated 19i F 0
1000 Sawgrass VillU44 Drive, Suilte 101, Ponts Vedra Beach, FL 32082
Luxury living on the ocean in this 2
bedroom, 2 bath, 3rd.floor condo.
Spectacular views from inside as well
as outside balcony. Building offers
heated pool, exercise room, sauna and
extra storage in addition to garage
parking. Priced to sell at $680,000.
WALK TO BEACH!
This charming "Old Atlantic Beach"
home is situated on extra large cul de
sac lot. Concrete block construction,
spacious great room, wood floors.
throughout. Just a short distance to the
beach, very low traffic street is great for
young children. 899,000. MIS#271545
A FAMILY DELIGHT!.
You'll love entertaining family and
friends in this 1 story, 4 bedroom beach
home. Spacious family room with
fireplace opens to Kitchen and separate
breakfast area. Split bedrooms, screened
pool, security, located in highly sought
after neighborhood. $734,900. MLS#
Newly remodeled 2 story, 5 bedroom
home. Flexible open floor plan, over
3000 SF of living area. Beautiful
kitchen, stainless appliances, stone and
wood floors, fireplace in living room.
Possible in-law suite, 2 car garage
A PLACE TO CALL HOME!
First floor 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo, split
bedrooms, large storage area, all
appliances included, shows like a model.
Conveniently located for easy commute.
Pool, tennis, exercise- facilities,
clubhouse and more. $174,000.
This incredibly beautiful home is 1/2
block from ocean. Sunshine bright open
floor plan 4 BR plus office and art
studio. Gourmet kitchen includes
custom cabinets, granite countertops, gas
cook top and wine cooler.
$1,675,000. MLS# 273214
MOVE IN READY!
Lovely move in ready 3rd floor condo.
Quiet private location overlooking.
natural area. Great room with fireplace,
all appliances included plus .2 deeded
parking spaces. $164,500. MLS#
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LAND & CABINS FOR SALE
A new mountain development
in Western North Carolina offering spectacular long
range mountain views! 1 to 7 acre parcels starting
@ $39,900 to $89,900. Two lane paved roads,
underground utilities and beautiful private wooded
sites. New log cabin shells on 1-2 acre sites $89,900
to $132,900. Single story ranch or two story chalets
available. Call for free info: 828-247-0081
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The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader
ICW, HOLIDAY Harbor, FSBO. Lg lot,
4BR/ 2BA, 2400sf w/ in-ground pool. New
CH/A, roof. $324,900. 246-2336 or 463-
SOUTHSIDE- DEERWOOD, Spectacular
views Beautifully remodeled entertaining
home. $1,095,000. Murphy Realty Corp.
FSBO: 1004 15th Ave North Jax Beach.
Custom Remodel. 3/2, 2073sf, new tile,
granite, SS, frplc., high end finishes, Ig
corner lot. $459,900. 241-5865.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 3BR/2BA, Golf
course and water view, pool, $428,900.
Pictures @ http://infotube.net/136118.
AWESOME BUY IN ATL BCH
3BR/2BA, well maintained attached home
in desirable Ati Bch. Lovely backyard,
plenty of storage. 20 mins. to Regency, a
bke ride to Hanna Park, minutes to Won-
derwood Connector. Call Josette Rethmel
for your private showing. (904)237-6937,
JEWEL OF JAX BEACH
Duplex, great investment, adorable, in-
come maker, 1/2 block to ocean.
$509,000. Call (904)234-5629.
SOUTH JAX Beach. 2BR/2BA Town-
house. Lovely neighborhood. 416 36th
Ave. $279,900. (904)613-9896. www.own-
OCEANFRONT HIDEAWAY. $529,900.
2BR/2BA, hardwood floors, Jacuzzi, gran-
ite & marble counters, stainless steel ap-
pliances. Gated pool, private Beach ac-
cess. Open Saturday, Sunday, 10am-
4pm. Beachcomber II. 411 South 1st St.
Unit #401. Call Assist 2 Sell, Buyers &
Sellers Real Estate. 247-4442, 641-5100.
FSBO, OPEN HOUSE, Saturday and
Sunday, lpm-4pm. New listing in the
Hammocks Subdivision (near Mayo),
3BR/2BA w/loft. Lush, tropical landscape,
backyard water garden, upgraded kitchen
& master bath, tile & Pergo wood floors,
fireplace. $299,900. (904)248-1267.
FSBO. Water access, 3BR/2BA, recently
renovated- many upgrades. 2-car garage,
huge GR w/FP, tiled kitchen/ baths.
$297,900. Currently rented $1300/mo.,
Vacant soon. 904-955-1023 or
JAX BEACH. 5BR/2BA, 2300sf On 2 lots.
New roof, heat pump, plumntng & siding.
$465,000 OBO. 249-8637.
Great Home for Entertaining!
Highland Glen Beauty!
This large 4/3 has a screened lanai with Pool & Jacuzzi,
Outdoor Kitchen & deluxe tiled shower, theatre room w/theatre
chairs, tiled throughout! House comes
furnished except for T.V.'s & stereo
system. $950,000. MLS#282852
Call Connie Grubbs
Atlantic Beach-Just a Few Blocks
to the Ocean & Centrally Located to
This is a MUST SEE!!! Absolutely charming 2000 SF, 3BR/
2BA. Completely restored with brand new 22x22 Family
Room & Master Suite. Low Maintenance
Hardiboard Exterior, Metal Roof, Private
Covered Porch, Full Fenced in Yard w/i" E'EE]
Room for Pool. Priced to sell at $539,000 ,
Call Margi Petitt Top Producer
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Fees sliqlul/ higlieron iho c i er 300,00 S395 raniacn on fee
OPEN HO LSESlnr J4 /IS IMfI-.00 FULLY REMODELED!
&SLN\D43/1192.*O400 MILS# 283186 E'erything NEW.
4.121 Blue Heron Dr. Cpirs C re & -.-es-PC wood floors. kitchen cabinets. granite
GRIL28061SeaP.DR.mi bR/2d.ihngar& 3t ,.k counterniops. SS appliances. 3/2, 2 car
m cldoes, .-car garae. irge gard 1an. pn .garage $375.000 241-2417
bacLkard DOir. Ai./ tI TPC Bha wat,. RT Iu INCOME OPPORTUNITY!
omp. RTBht, Hnl. l- 499.wm.1)285-1800 IMLS# 260288 Two 4-plexes. 4 blks
NU #268621 Sa CC 3B,5B to beach. 2BR/IBA each All rented,.
rtnoA.o i /t remw thn g.urmld krihen. 'ie great investment. Each bldg $679.00 or
uxler.gra-ntecnu'. nea hcti pump. 'rcritd laul borh for $1.359.800 241-2417
& huge pool Lccaed on a cui-deiac i/'wes.-.me COMMERCAl PROPERfl!
tong e aer-Iun-g w i 5.1 85-18 MLS# 237834 375 feet on Atlanuc
ll-# 270007 Erj.ordmir, unrcsmiootdarh Bouleard. $1.400,000 241-2417
e, rom trrihs one of.--nd oi01 Immacurrle EXCEPTION4E QUALITY &
cu'l.:.rr. one ,u nr honme eaturfc ABRi5BA. DESION f
appri.lrKtel 42. SF. ns.ier & FR IFP'. MLS# 247758 Spectacular oceanfront
hcMu;llul 'c',od ft1io.ort, cheereded ljnlai &
3car side entry garage$1,650,000 285-1800 ies. Custom stone, marble & granite
PONEVEDRAISPIANiTONOAKS flo% throughout tism, 3/3.5 horite. The
MIS#288706 Traditional 2-story5BR/5.5BA perfect place for hosing an intimate
elegant home w/upgrades through out, a grand gathering or large formal party
staircase, wood floors, open & airy floor plan w/ $4,950,0J00 241-2417
high ceilings, spacious Florida room, heated &
screened pool & backs to preserve. $945,000 -RIVER OAKS LOT-PYBI
285-1800 MLS# 286205 lApprox 1/4 acre
SPONIE VEDR BEACH wooded, comm waterfront observation
MIS#289342Brick2-story5BR/3BA homeeast deck overlooks Guana Preserv.
ofAlA! Approximately 4400rSF, many upgrades& $350,000 241-2417
amenities, gouirmet kitchen w/48 inch gas range, ', nrm .
.Subzero refrigerator, master stew/over 1000 SF, 6' 4 BLOCS TO THE BEACH!
whirlpool tub, 32x15' pool & short walk to beach'. MLS# 2883731ngr pool, large 70 x 118
$1,375,000 285-1800 corner lot Tropical Indscaping. tile firs.
SrONEBl~DGEinPONIEVEDRO gas applianceds,. concrete bIk with
MJS# 288656 New quaint gated community coquina ext. Man\ possibilies 5445.00
coming soon! 5 single family lots nestled among 241-2417
old oa. ie & le. than J l rc'.h 3cce. 24 Ord,
,ro.. 3Srel.breemaIniri-.c.ici.o-r.edch::.. ISlAND BARGAIN!
re....n n le shopping & ICa l Pnced from 4)U.I.im' MIS# 284311 All bnck comer lot-dbl.
285-1800 Mature. trees, quiet ambiance, updated
PON ntVEbR a O2 windows and roof. 10x7 shed conveys.
MIS# 266782 Convenient to beach, shopping $211"02147
schools & in gated community, 2BR/2BA,h WR i ,5 0241-2417
combow/FP,scmdbalcony,newceilingfans,many MARSH lANDING ON THE
community amenities including pool, clubhouse w/ HARBOUR!
kitchen, fitnesscntr, theater mom, tennis & more. MLS# 274224 Deep water access.
POIE VED A OC NRW easy to ICW. Magnificent 8800 SF
MLS# 186041 Incredible oceanfront estate w/sep guest house. Ctyd entrance %/2
designed by award-winning architect to blend pools + jacuzzi. Theater rm & so much
w/landscapeon200Frwooded lot.5BR/4 full&2 more. By appt..$3,999,999 241-2417
half BAs, apprx 6713 SF, separate guest apt, 25-yd FERNANDiNA Ifr!
lap pool, shaded mul-tiered terrace & gourmet MLS# 263295Buildyou r a home
kitchen. $5,500,000 285-1800 II I LS# 2 9 uu-your dream home
SMARSH t NNODIN Rmi p 2 blacks to the ocean. Let your creative
NIS# 270251 Exceptional Collier homein park- juices flow. Envision the possibilities.
like setting, over 3/4 of an acre overlooking apond 50x100 ft lot, natural slope up from
&preserve,5BR/5.5BA,6000+SF,equippedtheater, street for elevated views. What a buy!
an office loft, gourmet kitchen w/new stainless $285,000 241-2417
appliances, wrap-around decks & htd pool/spa.
$1,740,000 285-1800 o WALK TO BEACH!
FAIRED-PVB pMLS# 286095 Pool home-Neptune
MIS#272271OpensplitBRflrplanranchhome, Beach Immaculate 3/2, huge yd, open
3BR/2BA,2404SF,granitecntrs,woodflrs,FP,tiled fir plan, very cute-close to schools and
porch,2-cargarage,comer 100x 140'cul-de-saclot beach. $399,900 241-2417
in gated community wv/2 pools, tennis courts, fitness
center,playground+more.Closetobeach.$499,900 TAKE LIFE EASY!
285-1800 MLS# 282931 Lakefront unit 2/2 with
OCEANFRON CONDO-S. JAX BEACHi charming living room and fireplace.
MIS# 273193 Panoramic ocean views from light Close to everything! $183,000
& bright unit on southeast comer of South Shores 241-2417
Condominiums, 5th fir 3BR/2BA w/large living/
dining room, the LR/DR & master fabulous FRENCH COUNTRY HOME!
views & open to an oceanfront terrace. $669,000 MLS# 247911 Absolutely beautiful 4/
285-1800 3.5 in Marsh Landing. Wood firs,
OCEANRO'NF-PONTE VEDRA upgraded molding, granite counters &
MS#280396 Within theSawgrassBeachClub's more special touches than you can
gates, only 4 privileged homeowners have this mage. Lt o cne kn
oceanfront address, most rooms have ocean views, imagine. Lots of privacy, One of a kind!
5BR/6.5BA,5,900SF,study,loft,bonus,oceanfront $1,650,000 241-2417
pool, dune walkover & 150' ocean frontage.
$6,800,000 285-1800 Independ owned and operated
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3BR FORECLOSURE, only $28,0001 Must
sell. For listings. 800-749-8124 ext. 1490.
NEWER, CUSTOM built, private, ocean-
front home with high dune views of the
ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. Approx.
4458+ sf., 5BR/4.5BA, den/ office, tile and
hardwood floors, formal living and dining,
pool and spa, screened lanai with hot tub,
lush landscaping and loaded. $2,750,000.
Phyllis Staines, 904-476-SOLD. RE/MAX
Coastal Real Estate. www.pstaines.com
JAX BEACH, FSBO. 3BR/1.5BA, Short
walk to Ocean. $369,900. 246-0126.
OPEN HOUSE in Isle of Palms, Saturday,
noon-3pm. 4413 Coquina Dr. 3BR/2BA
overlooking inground pool & canal, new
bulkhead. $569,000. (904)237-2317,
NEPTUNE BEACH, FSBO, "AS IS"
house & 75'x138' lot. 501 Oceanwood Dr.
NEAR MAYO Clinic, off San Pablo.
3BR/2BA, 2-car, remodeled. $315,000. In-
dependent Brokers, 710-3111.
JAX BEACH, Brand .new (completed
10/05) 3-story townhouse. Oceanview
from 3rd floor.,3BR/3.5BA, 2290sf, lots of
extras, all appliances. Corner of 14th Ave
South & 2nd St. $699,000. Call 424-7204
OPEN HOUSE. Sunday. March 191h
1pm-Jpm Greal peacn location 3400sl
4BR'4 5BA. 1685.000. 39 Tallwood Rd
Jax Bcn. (904j234.5022
FSBO INTRACOASTAL Waterway; deep
water access, 3BR/2.5BA, 1800sf, 2 car
garage, newly remodeled, 2 boat lifts
1-covered), $599,000. 463-0505.
ATLANIC BCH 4-BR 2-siory, near
ocean, pool, 5890,000. 993-9191.
NORTH JAX 'Beach. 3BR/2BA w/pool, 10
blocks ocean, poolhouse, 76'x176' lot.
$369,900. Jay (904)219-0778. .
MAYPORT LANDING- Totally renovated,
new roof, new siding & more. 2/2 town-
home w/ bonus room. $127,900.
BELLEZA AT PONTE VEDRA- 1/1 con-
do, lots of amenities. Currently leased
until Sept. 30th. $195,000.
ARLINGTON HILLS- Like newly remod-
eled home. Approx. 165psf, 3/2, huge
family room, fenced yard, irrigation, new
kitchen. Priced for First time home Buyer.
KERNAN FOREST4 3/2.5 luxurious condo
w/ garage, 1680sf, gated & comm. pool.
EAGLES CREEK- 10 minutes from
beaches/ base. Gorgeous ,4/2, nice lot,
scr. porch, many upgrades. Close to
schools & shopping. $247,900.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711
PONTE VEDRA 3BR.2BA beaunlul re-
modeled townnome on lake End unit
JAX BEACH, FSBO. 4 blocks beach
4BR/2BA, newly remodeled 2004 2-siory
w/huge walk-in closet. Use .as home and
office Zoned RM-t. mull-family. Asking
$685 900 Call to see 904i241.-5701
ATLANTIC BEACH. FSBO 780 Jasmine
Sr. 3BR,2BA. Ne* CH&A hardwoodrJ
Iloors, 12'x24' enclosed porch Large lot
$194,000. 318-2900, 742-6227.
SOUTH JAX BEACH walk to the park or
to the beach. 3BR/2.5BA, bright, big kitch-
en, oversized lot, 2 car garage, tiled Flori-
da Room. PRICED TO SELL $399,900
Cad Lori Lareau at Vanguard GMAC Real-
.FSBO, N. JAX BCH, 3BR/2BA, fenced
yard. New paint in/out. New carpet.
CH&A. $289,900. (904)509-2593.
CRAFTSMANSHIP & VIEWS
Water to gqlf views, on the best lot in The Plantauon from 6.600+SF of
grand architecture, 4BR/4.5BA/3CG. 21' ceilings. gathering room %/
floor-celing windows., deep crow n molding. marble/hard% oods.. exercise
& game rooms, study. 2FP 40' pool & s'pa. An
elegant home with acasual feeling. $2,100,000
Suzie Mons Connolly
Have You Heard The Secret?
N.W. Atl Bch is
This forgotten area is popping wide open! Buy .i
smart! Lovingly restored 4BR/2.5BA. ced. shake. *,
new paint, tile, cpt. It sparkles! Steps to A-schools. "'
near fishing' village, Wonderwd Brd, base, bike to
beach! Sweet deal! $278.500
" '"She KNOWS the beaches... ose '?r
She SELLS the town!" Nau hton
Call 568-1523 4A Mfer
This Open Floor Plan 3BR/2.5BA Home in Selva Marina
sits on a 90 x 98 lot with 2 car garage. All living space on'
1st floor, Bdrms on 2nd floor. Very
Peaceful setting with Natural Front Yard.
Home is in move-in condition. Priced to
Call Margi Petitt Top Producer
Completely Renovated .
Contemporary-Awesome F. ,9 j
This 1657SF Neptune Beach Home sits
on the marsh w/an 85' dock on a small A
creek that leads to the Intracoastal.
Navigable for small skiff or Jet Ski at high tide. The views-
are absolutely breathtaking! Just remodeled inside & out.
3bdrm/3ba, 2-Car Garage and Awesome Deck-Don't Miss
This.One-Offered at $574,000
Call Margi Petitt Top Producer 571-9821
SOUTH JAX BEACH TOWNHOME! Less
than 2 blks to the sand, nearly 2100sf.,
3BR/2.5BA, hardwood floors, 2 car ga-
rage, oceanview from master suite balco-
ny. Immaculately REDUCED $549,900.
Call Lori Lareau at Vanguard GMAC Real-
ty (904)868-7224. '
PONTE VEDRA FSBO 3BR/2.5BA, 2-car
garage, $1550sf, open floor plan, 42"
Hickory cabinets, granite counter tops,
new berber carpet, hard wood floors,
PVB, THE Islands, 2BR/2BA, attached ga-
rage, community pool, tennis, $250,000.
OPEN HOUSE. 13714 Weeping Willow
Way in Pablo Bay. 4BR/3BA/2-car,
2400sf. $474,900. Saturday, Sunday,
12noonr5pm. MLS#,271054. 327-0558.
ATLANTIC BCH, 6 BLKS TO OCEAN, '- '
3BR 2 1/2BA, 1935sf. Only $494,500. JAX BEACH- Beach Terraces, Ocean
(904)472-4039. views! Like new luxury condo. $849,000.
L^. I II ^ F ,, I M,, LAE B ,, tn le, & Murphy Realty Corp. 536-9100.
SAWIILL LArtb, NrIcK Deauty on iace &
preserve lot. 3200sf.; 5BR/3.5BA. Wood
floors. 3 car side garage. Formal living-
room, dining room. Fireplace. $649,900.
JAX BEACH OPEN HOUSE
Sunday, March 19th, 1pm-4pm
S 1629 Bentin Drive N.
3BR/2BA. 1500sf Liahl bright living
space. Beaualui, renovaled kitchen. Inside
laundry and uwihirv sloraqe area. Large
fenced backyard with ro)m for a pool.
Jeanne Breault,.-Realtor, Vanguard Realty,
FABULOUS NEW CONSTRUCTION
Jax Beach, 3BR/2.5BA, 2-story traditional
w/cedar shake vinyl siding, hardwood
floors, 42" cabinets, granite, stainless
steel apple, loft, wired for office, master
suite w/tray ceiling, walk-in closet, double
vanity, whirlpool tub, sep. shower., large
lot and much morell Available April 2006.
$454,900. Call Sandi Pennington, Watson
Realty Corp., (904)962-6145.
DESIRABLE BEACH AVE TOWVNHOME
End untr wienced yard 3BR/2 5BA,
1660-7 Beacr, Ave. 2150st. oeacn access
across street Kicnen Isle w.ceramic rIle
Wood burning fireplace, screened porch -
w/deck. Single garage. $712,000 by Own-
2BR/1BA. Two balconies. Covered Park-
ing. $369,000. Call (904)881-9901.
PVB $219K, gated, 2/2 condo, lanai,
firepi, top fir, premo pool and lake view,
bch access, 5 Star amenities, Unit 107
next to clubhse. A1A, close to TPC & JTB.
JAX BEACH. Newer 2BR/2BA. Many up-
grades. 1200sf. 9ft ceilings w/fans, walk-in
closet, kitchen appliances, washer/dryer,
terrace, fireplace, garage. Security sys-
tem. FSBO. $225,500. 246-8775.
SUMMERHOUSE AT Old Ponte Vedra,
1 BR/iBA, 546sf, tiled throughout, new ap-
pliances/A NC, gated,. (904)608-1730 appt.
only after 6pm. $138,900.
OCEAN'S EDGE. New Construction.
1BR/1BA: East of A1A. Anticipated com-
pletion, 03/06. $309K: Unit A-9:
PVB OCEAN GROVE 2/2/+
Lakeview- Fireplace- Newl Save $14k this
week No condo fees 1 year!. Info pics.
727-458-4230, $218K FSBO. Must See!
BEST BUY IN ATLANTIC BEACH
SEAPLACE 1/2 block to ocean, 3BR/2BA,
ground floor, 1100sf, 'outside patio, light
and bright, fully furnished and equipped
and ready for your summer at the beach.
Pool, laundry room, $389,900. Owner/
JAX BEACH, the only available 2nd Floor
condo facing toward ocean on 2nd Street,
553sf, nice, $175,000 (904)608-4725.
FSBO- PVB condo, 2bR 2BA w/ garage,
golfcourse views. $225. (904)806-1202,
AFFORDABLE. LUXURY. Minutes to
Beach & Historic downtown & Fernadina
Beach. Two furnished models, 2 & 3BR.
Prices start at $185,900. Call for more in-
formation, THE PALMS AT AMELIA.
Help U Sell Coastal Realty
PONTE VEDRA Bch, 1-mile from ocean,
Grand. Cay Villas, beautiful 2BR/1BA,
hardwood and ceramic floors, screened
patio, all the / extras, $194,000.
Make it YOURS!
Cozy. fun layout 3/2, options galore on edge of
Ho\xell Prk, steps to bch. best schools'! Neutral tile.
high ceils, pristine bkvard, huge 2 car w/ikshop.
trees galore, prime location-land itself confirms
value! A.B. is choice! $445,000
"She KNOWS the beaches...
She SELLS the town!",
JACKSONVILLE GOLF &
Golf, Tennis, Swim. Jog. Bike all inside a great
community. This 2 story, 4,800 SF, 6BR/4BA/3CG
offers you an entertainment dream
with a great open floor plan & low
maintenance lawn, so to start ellii :
living today call Cindy Cox @
Exceptional Custom Home in
Seaside Gated Community
STEPS TO THE OCEAN-ATLANTIC BEACH-This
4bdrm/3.5ba home could not be built today at this price with
this quality of finish levels. Every imaginable upgrade, 3900
SF in this exclusive 26 home gated
community at Tiffany by The Sea with
] its own beach access. Don't miss this
incredible opportunity at $1,395,000
Cal Margi Petitt
Top Producer 571-9821
"Better Than Oceanfront!"
.. Grab Your Chance in
'a -B .Fabulous duplex, rebuilt '91, top to toe! 2/2 up, 2/1
down, huge oceanside deck, crisp, sunny interior,
just 5 blks to corner, one lot off ocean! Huge gar,
h extra storage, easy singl.-fam. option. A gem!
S ,. $982,000
"She KNOWS the beaches...
She SELLS the town!"
WISH YOU HAD A
1 FRONT PORCH?.
-This adorable beach bungalow has
a big front porch and more!
Completely renovated, furnished
3BR/1BA home, refinished wood floors, new
appliances, new windows. 3515 So. 1st St. in Jax
Call Lisa DiStefano
^ at Atlantic Beach
Exclusive Private Community
This Maintenance Free 3-story
w/elevator, 2 Car Garage features
4bdrm/Sitting Rm/4BA. Covered Balconies & 3rd Fir Deck.
Concrete Exterior Construction, Open Design, Finished 9-
10' Ceilings-Bosch Stainless Steel Appl-Granite, Custom
Wood Cabinetry. Common Pool & Walkway to Beach Ave.
Call Margi Petitt Top Producer 571-9821
GIRVIN POINTE 3 BEDROOM w/DEN
TALK TO THE TWINS!
3/2 home w/vaulted den, living rm. & dining rm. Tile,
fireplace, garden bath, private wooded backyard. Close
to schools/shopping. Move in ready! MLS# 275191
Donna Sandiford :- i'.-.
Diane Barr 234-9997
M..IL ILx ,... ..17ced
Adorable 4BR/2BA on corner lot in
Shirley Oaks! $217,500 MLS,
288059 HL 50136
2BR/2BA condo in golf course
community, high ceilings, gas
range, & lots of communityi
amenities. $167,000 MLS 282527
LAKE VIES IN PVB
2BR/1.5BA condo, tile floors
downstairs, enclosed back porch,
low fees, & all appliances inc. w/d!l
S$167,000 MLS 287793 HL 50076
2BR/2BA shows like a model w/high
ceilings, tiled patio, & hot tub! Move
in ready $128,000 MLS 288527 HL
50 x 109 zoned resid. mobile home
ok., near Mira Vista luxury condos
in a fast changing area $90,000
MLS 275494 HL 94136
Here is your opportunity to move
into,a great home Use as your
home, or rental. $83,950 MLS
286299 HL 49956
2BR/2BA, 1 car garage, hardwood
floors, balcony overlooking pond,
great room & eat in kit. Convenient
to all P.V. shopping &: beaches.
$268,000 MLS 286341 HL 49966
SOUTH lAX BEACH! ,
Great starter home, this 2BR.'2BA
home has been renovated, new
appliances, washer & dryer
included. $269,900 MLS 287412
Sportsman's paradise dwmh,
1152SF 3BR/2BA well maintained
home, carport, stocked pond,
adoptable horse. $225,000 MLS
285495 HL 49856
Gorgeous 4BR/4BA plus bonus
room, spacious kit. w/brkfst rm,;
large family rm, & fabulous views
of golf & harbour. $889,900 MLS
249611 HL 48556
Beautiful 2 story, 4BR/3.5BA, great
floor plan., ngr pool, side entry
garage. $595,000 MLS 271616 HL
Beautiful large lot 3BR/2BA, 1 car
garage., Kitchen, living rm, dining
rm, & rich tile accents, all kitchen
appliances stay. Great price!
$182,900 MLS 270165 HL 48526 A
2126 SF, 4BR/2BA, great location,
JTB/Hodges. Formal LR, DR.
fenced yard designed for pool.
Many upgrades! $319,900 MLS
281729 HL 49606
MOVE IN READY
Cu de sac Jax Bhen. 3BR/2BA home
w/updated fixtures, stone flooring,
& screened patio. $369.000 MLS
285228 HL 49846
M ai-fr -b
ac2. 0)9ir1 L8 A
top (904) 249-826 .
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Exclusive Harbour Island @ Marsh Landing
Amenities galore including 50 Ft boat slip,
gourmet kit, wine celler, loft area w/wet bar and
so much morel MLS 281517 $2,569,000
Delightful 2-sty 4BR/3BA conc/blk stucco hmn
on comer lot w/wrap around balcony.
$1,300,000 MLS 288420
Investment opportunity! Rent lower half or all in
this 4BR/3BA hm on 53x50 lot or build on
foundation to 35 ft and have ocean views.
$1,000,000 MLS 257285
Vista Del Mar
Grt grad level condo w/access to the ocean from
Spa.nos Top ofithe applianeei. tile flr%. cusiMom
. abmini. 5739.899 MLS 283602
LotEofA1A 'A ,
Comer home site, walk to beach, in new upscale
S.Jax Bch, will build to suit or use your own
plan--!$679,000 MLS 280125
Ocean views & Sunsets
2-sty contemporary, Ponte Vedra, loaded,
stainless kit, see ocean from most rms. you'll lov
it sea today. $574,900 MLS 284035
Total renovation 2BR/2BA condo Oceanfront
Atlantic Beach. Great value + location.
$529,000 MLS 289638
Consider the possibilities ,
Totally renovated 2BR/lBA East ofAlAA
Steady to live in or expand,
$499,000 MLS 278852
Great timeto live at the beach 4BR/2.5BA
just a hop/skip to ocean. W/AC detached
12\16 play toomn'offlice
$495,000 MLS 288010
Rare chance to own in All Bch
Fabulous 2BRi 1.5BA T'hse m Ocean Village,
all remolded top o bottom. $429,900 MLS
2BR/2BA'hm w/20x20 tile, canned light-
ve ing, gas frplc, scm/enclsd patio w/hot tub,
+ updated kit w/granite.
$389,900 MLS 287666
Ride your bike to the beach! Beautiful
3BR/2BA coquina hm in S Jax Bch, close
to shopping & schools
$369,900 MLS 283708
w/loads of upgrades. 3BR/2.5BA, 2582 sq
ft, move in ready. $360,000 MLS 287645
Like new T'House
Immaculate 3BR/2.5BA, w/spacious rms,
brkfst bar, patio, 2162sq ft, sprinkler sys,
priced to sell! $346,000 MLS 278396
Heart of PV Bch
Don't mi" 3BR home. Walk or bike shop
SRestaurants fTom the %ell kepi home.
$329,000 MLS 272319,
well muinlamned 3BR hm wiscreened lanai
in Sionehumst $259,900 MLS 288106
MUCH SOUGHT AFTER MUCH SOUGHT AFTER UrePs nuuas-I
GRAND CAY VIL.LS! SERENAIA BEACH Cranes Lake Condosl
3rd story, 2/2 condo with One of only 12 ever built. This sought 2 available in a very desirable
1CG. Tile kit, bath & foyer, after renaissance floor plan with 2 & convenient area of Ponte
Covered scrned lanai master suites facing the ocean, Irg OFVedra Lake views of European
overlooking preserve. Great balcony-Many amazing features. Vedra LakeviewsofEuropean
comm. pool in a heavily treed Includes membership to Serenaca Beach style courtyards! 1 52 & 154
neighborhood. Club. $1,550,000 Cranes Lake. Ginny:334-8494
Vacant Lot in The Plantation!
Approx. .85 acres in The Plantation-Ponte Vedra's largest residential lot in a gated comm. under 500K!
Niced treed corner lot' Ready to build & valued priced @ $425,000
Put t'he Leader to Wo r k for You! Y
13727 Richmond Park Drive
Look ahke model full of upgrades. Warm. open floor plan %kith French
doors o\erlookng w ooded area. 3BR/2BA. Comes % ith I car garage with
storage. Enloy the prm ate. landscaped patio area overlooking nature. Offered
at $197.000(X) Wtet.t dw,,. PA. RtEALTOR,':
i904i 241-7461 e\'i 231
or i904 ) 477-6668
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Tops in Sales. Listings and Transactions for the Beaches office in 2005!
MARUIN .^ Real Estate
MAR e Management 8 Sales. Inc.
1830 North Third Street
Jacksonville Beach, FL 322B0
FOR SALE Call Joe Floyd 219-7638
Desirable beach property.
1626sf in 3 buildings business
plus 2 efficiency apartments. 2
blocks from ocean. Fully
78 Jardin De Mer Place
3/2, 1500 SF, 2nd floor condo.
Fireplace. Condo has all the
upgrades!! Move in condition.
Located in a quiet area under a
canopy of trees. This condo is a
MUST SEE! $269,500
1647 Sunnyside Ave. Jacksonville, FL 32224. Perfect
opportunity to purchase property near the Intracoastal and within
walking distance of million $ condos. 3 lots with 2/2 750 SF
house (house sojd as is); Great investment. $225,000
.......... SALES RENTALS ... -- ..
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web site: httpl/marvin-group.com
Tel: 249-8599 Fax: 249-8598
Former model condo
w/upgraded finishes, pool,
hot tub, gym, under $200k
oceanfront and views! available, end units w/pretty
Beautiful 4 bedroom home with marsh views, pool, private
open floor plan on PV Beach! cabanas, theater, concierge!
$1,299,000 $206,000 and $215,000
1701 The Greens Way
Unit 1021 "offering
a ~& 711 at The Palms at
S,, asively marketed by:
S *'Aette "& ,g, PA, REALTOR@
Cell 19044i477-6668 .
S___ Ofice i9CM 241-7461 ext 231
Network Realty otwwarw,
"Tops in Sales, Listings and Transactionsfor the Beaches Office in 2005!"
East of 3rd St. Jax Beach
East of 3rd-Jax Bch, Residential/Commercial Zoned.
PRICED TO SELL $399,900. Just stones throw to ocean. A
2/2 Townhome, 2 Car Garage, 1st Fir 1 bdrm & bath; 2nd Fir
1 bdrm & bath, kitchen & Living space. [ l ,
Can be used for Residential or
Commercial. you choose.
Call Margi Petitt
"Brand New Townhomes in
Consider quality construction...consider these 6 solid concrete block
brand new town homes. Beautiful wood floors through out, loft
style, open floor plan, lots of natural light. 42" cabinets, 2 balconies.
Great location only a few blocks tothe Atlantic Ocean!
Prices range from: $399.900 $427,900. 445 5th Street North.
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'904-i 2:41-7461 e\t 231
or (904) 477-6668
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Tops in Sales, Listings and Transactions for the Beaches office in 2005!
Situated on First Street in Jacksonville Beach directly across from
theAtlantic Ocean, the condominiums at Las Olas offer the style
and elegance of uptown living in a secure, relaxed setting. All of
the amenities of living at the beach are right outside your door.
Only 2 units per floor with SPECTACULAR VIEWS
of the Atlantic Ocean. Priced from $839,415
For more information contact:
?~ X e eae + av,a, PA, REALTOR@
(904) 241-7461 ext 231
or (904) 477-6668 t Prudential
www.jacksonvillemichelle.com .NetworkRealty oe.owa,,
Tops in Sales, Listings and Transactions for the Beaches office in 2005!
& 3BR/2BA On Eastwind Dr.,
----. .. ..:------"': . ."--- : -'-; -- ----,... .......--
close to schools. $339,900
'1BR/1BA, golf course views
E C R PONTE VEDRA
EAST COAST REALTY Summer House Condos
OF JACKSONVILLE, INC. 2 1BR/1BA loft units, golf
47-47 4 LOT llth Ave:N.,50 x 120
2 4 residential lot. $249,000
Soon to be Jax Beach Landmark. 8th floor
residential on SE side of the building.
Amazing views, 12 ft ceilings, rare
opportunity. This is a must see!
Move in April 2006.
Seller pays I yr of condo fees! Newer 3BR/2BA 1500sf t'Jax Beach
condo! 62 Jardin de Mer $259,900 MLS#284272
C all Amy Wilson at 955-0700 1
& visit www.acwhomes.com!
Brand New Construction
1/2 Block to the Ocean
South Jax Beach
Brand New Town Home! 3-story, 3bdrm/3.5ba, 2-car garage,
Absolutely Beautiful! Stucco, Stainless Steel Appliances-
Granite countertops. Open floor plan-crown molding and
more...Oceanviews from master
k balcony. Lowest price in new
9EI^ construction East of 3'1 St. $574,000
Call Margi Petilt
Costa Verano Ocean ont Condo
Resort style living, billiard room, s cial room, spa. fitness
center, surround-sound theater. large heated oceanfront
pool. Amenity level apt. with all designer upgrades. Ocean
view with wraparound sunset terrace. 13 ft. ceilings.
$849,900 OB0 &
till co-op \ with R/E Agents
INew Condo East of A1AI,
in South Iax Beach i
8th floor end unit offering open views of the ocean.
3BR/3BA approx 2200SF. Only 15 condos in this
community, 2 per floor. Covered
parking. Offered at $929,000
Call Top Producer
Best Buy Today
on the Ocean!!
Southshore Condominium, 3bdrm/2ba, Excellent
Condition in South Jax Bch,
I T' M 6 ICovered Parking. Priced to sell at
n-- .. Lj1i $599,900
Call Margi Petitt
I Pnt I Bac
Take life easy! No lawn care here .
just.plenty of swimming and tennis!
Charming 2BR/2BA condo with .
living room with fireplace and
sliding glass doors looking out to the screened lanai. This home
has nice views of lake. Close to everything: beach, restaurants
& shopping. Offered at $183,000
.&eid&ee a4ewaw, PA, REALTOR@
(904) 241-7461 ext 231
or (904) 477-6668 'ntial
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Oceanviews IFrom Your
September '06 completion, 9th FL
penthouse w/3,700 SF of indoor
living, 620SF oceanview terrace,
220SF sunset terrace & 1,200SF
roof top access. 4BR/5BA master
Suite & study, 10' ceilings, gourmet
kit. Other amenities ipnc. pool'&
1326 South Third StreetJacksonville Beach (904) 248261
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March 17, 2006
-SMWO LL 10
Priced to sell! Beautiful newly -
constructed condo in Ponte Vedra on
East side ofAlA. 2BR/2BAw/screened
lanai. 5 Star
Amenities include 2 pools & spas, new
X clubhouse & much more.
Call Top Producer
SUNSET ON THE MARSH
Talk To The Twins!
3 bedroom ground floor end unit at The Villas at Marsh
Landing w/garage. 18" tile in wet area, huge lanai overlooking
the marsh, fireplace, crown, gated w/club amenities. A+
condition. MLS# 284889
Call: Diane Barr
Oceanfront 2BR/3.5BA townhome w/garage.
No HOA Fees. Completely renovated with new
granite & stainless. $739,000 El
Suzie Mons Connolly
WNew south J ax Beach
Condolo East of AL
6thfloor southeast end unit offering open views of the ocean.
3BR/3BA approx. 2,200SF. Only 15 condos in this
community. Covered parking.
$949.000 W t
Call Top Producer
COME HOME TO
RESORT LIVING IN PVB!
2BR/2BA ground floor condo east of A1A in PVB with
courtyard entrance. Relax by the fireplace, on your
screened patio overlooking the lake, or
go for a swim in one of the pools. ThisE iS
& much more can be yours. $361,900 Eil-
.MLS#278474 Call Kevin Folsom at
Beautiful Ocean Viewl ThRinbow,"
Best Beach Buy Sauseca
South Jax Beach Condo, ,
2BR/1BA, Great Condition, ,I WiatI
Covered Parking. $289,900 4 "^ 'j lt.
Realty Executives of Jacksonville
Call Madelyn Rubin,
Priced to Sell
Commercial zoned.-East of 3rd St.
Current use Residential.- Fully Rented 2 apts-Front Bldg &
1 apt Back-bldg. All apts are 2bdrm/1ba. Concrete Block
Construction-Excellent Conditions! Use as Residential
Investments or Commercial-The Choice is Yours! Approx
Call Margi Petitt Top Producer
ardlBeautifully renovated 2BR/2BA condo
hardwoods, kit w/new cabinets, stainless
steel appliances, corian countenops, fully
furnished & overlooking lagoon. Great
for second home or investment property.
Call Top Producer Lynn Saul
1,2, & 3, BEDROOM BEACHES CONDOS
VILLAS AT MARSH LANDING
TALK TO THE TWINS! Beautiful gated community set in the marsh.
Wood, or tile firs, fireplaces, huge screened lanai's, GORGEOUS
tropical views. GARAGES TOO! Ready to move in! MLS# 280543,
MLS# 284889, $160,000 $259,900. Call today!
Donna Sandiford 386-5800 ,
Diane Barr 234-9997 :
New Waterfront Community
Watersedge at Harbortown will include 20 high-
end 4 story-Mediterranean-style town homes with
private courtyard and roof top terrace. The option
to purchase 50 ft boat slip in your
M gg front yard. Only 3 left!!! Prices
PE, ;Istarting at $1,088,900
Call Margi Petitt
Enjoy spectacular views of the
ocean from this 3BR/3BA 2,350
SF condo w/custom features
and upgrades. Call Grace
Tausz: 612-1089 $1,199,000
370 15th Ave. So.
This 2100 SF home has 3 bedrooms Plus a loft, & 2.5 baths
with Marble Countertops, Hardwood
Floors Through-out! Lushly Landscaped!
Dir: S Beach PKWYto Ocean Cay to left' Fj E
on Antiga to 2nd I/ft to 2884 St Maartin'
C. $474,900 MLS
Can It Be So? --a "True Triplex"
Just 1 Blk to Beach!
Here's a rare chance! Invest smart, make eas
incomes in hub of Nept. Con. blk., 2/1 up, 2/1 y
down, 1/1 unit over gar.--3 rentals! Newer roof, .
AC, windows on huge 50x128 lot-amazing!
Investors dream, builder's renovation pkg!
S "She VKNOWS the beaches... "osemar,
She SELLS the town!" Naughton
Call 568-1523 i Nler
NEED A PLACE TO PARK
YOUR BOAT AND RELAX?
This piece of paradise on the Intracoastal in St. Aug. awaits!
Completely renovated and furnished for your convenience.
2BR/1 BA condo overlooking water,
pool & marina with 43 ft. boat slip, only
1/4 mile to ocean access. Call Kevin
Folsom to see!
MARSH LANDING CONDOS!
1BR/1BA second floor condo with GARAGE, all appliances, golf
view. Villas at Marsh Landing. $170,000
2BR/2BA ground floor condo with 2 pools, concierge, fitness center,
tennis & more. The Palms at Marsh Landing. Priced to sell! $189,900
Call the Twins!
Diane Barr 234-9997
I ,ii4ancdifdoN3: .6500'
*: g JAX BEACH
S -- 114-B 18TH AVE N.
3BR/3BA townhome w/gar. 1/2
block to beach.
ocean views from master BR. CBC.| JI
wood/dile floors thru-out, hard surface
counters, SS appl. $475,000.
Suzie Mons Connolly
Roof Top Ocean Views I
1/2 Block to Ocean
Brand New Construction!
New Construction Town Home 4bdrm/
4.5bath, 3 story w/elevator, 2-car
garage paver driveway, Construction
complete in 6 months. High-End Finish Levels-Stainless
Steel Appliances, Granite, Custom Cabinets, Roof Top
Terraces-Ocean Views and More. Offered at $995,000
Call Margi Pettt ,
Top Producer 571-9821
BEACHY1 BEDROOM VILLA
TALKTO THE TWINS!
Sunny 1 bedroom ground floor w/huge lanai overlooking tropical
views. Cozy fireplace, decorative tile, gated community, club
amenities. Ready to occupy. MLS # 280543 $160,000
Diane Barr 234-9997 _: .. ..
Donna Sandiford 386-5800
FIND YOURWAY O SH fE
w 111 w alp II
Property Subdivision Rent
Beach Bhd & HodgesWolf Creek Condos $ 990
Crooked Creek Dr Riverbrook & Glen $1,350
Fiddlers Hammock Lane East of A1A $2,600.
Hwy AlA #74
Pebble Brook Dr.
13810 Sutton Pk Dr N. #1019
Lake Stone Circle
East of ALA $ 995
Fiddler's Marsh $1,490
Seaplace (furnished) $1,200
Riverbrook at Glen-Hodges $1,495
Grand Reserve Condo-Hodges$ 1,000
Saw Mill Lakes $1,800
Ponte Vedra Beach Office 285-5409 or 1-866-242-5596
12 For Management INFO
5 Call 285-5409
E ueosi We also have vacation and short term rentals!
VALENCIA CONDO, Jax Beach/PVB,
new construction, 2BR/2BA, concierge,
spa, pool. San Marco style. See at
$404,900 (Reduced) Call 904-616-7975
5 STAR CONDOS IN PVB
Ground floor lake view, fireplace near the
pool, 1BR/BA $138,900.
2BR/2BA flat end unit, fireplace no one
above you, $338,900.
3/2 Townhome, end unit, frpice, $399,000.
Call Kirk Killebrew at (904)463-1131
for info or private viewing.
PRIVATE BEACH Access. 2BR/2BA, fur-
nished, 1st floor, fully renovated. Steps to
garage. $242,000. 537-4083.
FLAGLER CROSSING, 2BR/2BA, moti-
vated seller. $299,900. A1A Realty Serv-
ices, Inc. (904)249-8855.
Lovely 1BR/1BA ground floor
unit. All new appliances.
Call Grace Tausz: 612-1089
370 15th Ave. So. Jax Bch
It's the L EASE we can do!!
1/1 Atlantic Beach C 1820 Sevilla Blvd #207 $995
3/2.5 Atlantci Beach TH 1043 Big Pine Key $1395
S2/2 Neptune Beach DU 217 Hopkins St $1175
3/2 Neptune Beach H 522 Pine Street $1175
S*3/2 Neptune Beach H 1810 1" Street $1600
3/2 Ponte Vedra Beach H 4804 Otter Creek $1995
3/2 Ponte Vedra Beach H 614 Palmera Drive $1200
3/2 Ponte Vedra Beach C 500 Sandiron Cir $511 $1100
+ 2/2 Ponte Vedra Beach C 201 Colima Ct #1214 $975
2/2.5 Wolf Creek TH 3524 Summerlin Ln N $1195
1/1 Grand Reserve C 13810 Sutton Park Dr. #425 $800
3/2 Hickory Manor H 706 Otterspool Lane $1200
372.5 Queens Harbour H 13664 Shipwatch Dr $2500
2/2 Southern Grove C 86Q1 Beach Blvd #1202 $950
-s ."C it- u 4see whk y'should have
a member of the National Association
of Residential Property Managers
to manage your property!"
I For more details please check out our website at
801 Deerfield Lakes Mayport 2/2
1275 Bayshore Dr N Mayport 2/2
121 8th Avenue N Jax Beach 1/1
,816 Belleza ... Ponte Vedra 1/1
,201 Cranes Lake Ponte Vedra 2/2
116 Cranes Lake Ponte Vedra 2/2.5
108 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 2/1.5
1027 Belleza Ponte Vedra 2/2
403 Tournament Road Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 2/2
129 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 3/2
810 Tournament Road Ponte Vedia/Fairfield 3/2
63 Tifon Coe North Ponte edra/Sa,,gras CC 3/2
67 Fisherman Cove Ponnie Vedra/Sagrass CC 2/2
1604 Ocean Pond Court Jax Beach', 3/2.5
90 Cat Road Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass 3/2
3174 Merrill Blvd. Jax Beach 3/2
403 Sandcastle Condo Jax Beach 2/2
4448 Pebblebrook Drive Jax/Riverbrook @ Glen Kernan 3/2, -
110 Nautilus Way Ponte Vedra/TPC 3/2
3343 Lighthouse Pointe Lane Jax Beach 3/3
2001 Windjammer Ln South Ponte Vedra 3/3.5 + ofc
1978 Glenfield Crossing Ct. St. Johns Golf & CC 4/2.5.
637,Bonaire Circle Jax Beach/Ocean Cay 4/2,
534 Mormn side Drive Ponte Vedra 4/2.5
109 Gardenia Avenue Ponie Vedra/Fairfield 4/2
3565 Bay Island Circle Jax Beach/Ocean Cay 3/2.5+loft
211 Mira Vista Jax/Intracoastal 3/2
'529 Sunset Drive Pohte Vedra 3/2.5
9910 Preston Trail Ponte Vedra/Sawgrass CC 3/2.5,
1316 Turtle Dunes Ct. South Ponte Vedra 5/4
408 Berkman Plaza Jax/Downtown Riverfront 2/2+loft
12907 Huntley Manor Dr Jax Golf & Country Club 5/4
$1350 The Fountains Ponte Vedra 3/2 1700
$1400 Beach Club Villas. Sawgrass Beach Club Eff. 600
$1500/wk 2503S.Ponte Vdra(SPECIALRATE) S. Ponte Vedra 4/2.5 2100
$1800/wk The Retreat Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2 1600
$3600 191 12t" Street (3mo.min.) Atlantic Beach 4/3 2600
$2000 Vista Del Mar Jax Beach/Oceanside 3/2 1700
$2400 17T Ave. North w/pool Jax Beach 3/1.5 1500
$2400 444 La Reserve Circle Ponte Vedra/L'Atrium 2/2+office 1600
$2500/wk562 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Ponte Vedra 3/1.5 1700
$2500 22 Carriage Lane w/poolSawgrass/Country Club 2/2 1800
$2500/wk 728 Oceanfront Nept. Bch/Oceanfront 3/2:5 w/gamerm2600
$2600 534 Momingside Drive Ponte Vedra 4/2.5 2400
$2700/wk 2824 Coastal Hwy Vilano Beach/Oceanfront 6/4 4000
$2700 114 Bay Hill Court Ponte Vedra/Fairfield 3/2.5 1800,
$2900 4160 Coastal Hwy. (SPECIAL RATE) Vilano Beach/Oceanfront 3/2 2000
$3500 163 Sea Hammock Old Ponte Vedra/Oceanfront 2/2+den 1800
$3500 The Cloister Atlantic Beach 3/2 2000
$3900/wk347 Ponte Vedra Blvd. Oceahfront/Pool 3/3.5 .2600
$4000 408 Berkman Plaza Jax/Downtown Riverfront 2/2+loft 2100
$5500 1931 Beach Ave(3mo.min.) Atlantic Beach 3/3 2400
**Other furnished properties also available
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228 Ponte Vedra Park Dr. Suite 500
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
The Remington Apartments at
Ponte Vedra Beach
$690 One Bedroom $725 Two Bedrooms
Move-in within 2 weeks of approved application and
Call 285-0102 for details
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r ockion.. Trad on since 88
WE RENT THE BEACHES DAILY, WEEKLY, MONTHLY, YEARLY
JAX BCH, 2/1 newly remodeled, -all new
appliances, quiet area. $14,700.
MUST SALE 3BR/1BA,. close to schools,
navy base, beach. in nice quiet park.
$17,000 owner finance w/$5000 down or
best cash offer. 249-9347.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Like new, 3BR/2BA
single, 1215sf, w/carport, deck, all GE
kitchen, CH&A, washer/dryer, new carpet.
Many upgrades. Financing available;. Re-
S. . --
SUMMER HOUSE. 2BR/2BA, $1050/mo.
1BR/1BA $950/mo. Pool, clubhouse, gat-
-ed. SIGNATURE REALTY. 241-5221. Ext
STUDIO APARTMENT. Near Ocean,
Remodeled. Washer/ Dryer. No dogs
JAX BEACH. Premium Oceanview.
Renovated. Hardwood floors, Dish-
washer, CH&A. Studios, $650/mo.
1BR/1BA, $750/mo, $850/mo, $1000/mo.
SOUTHSIDE BLVD- 1BR cottage, porch,
yard, $575/mo. + deposit, 645-8429.
JAX BEACH, 1.5 blocks beach, 216 7th
Ave. S. 2BR/1BA+ office, sunroom. w/d,
dishwasher, Pets OK. Fenced yard.
W l 111mIt-
March 17, 2006 The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader IssinIICUu j
WANTED. 'Ponte Vedra area, 2BR/2BA,
up to $925/mo. Signature Realty,
241-5221, ext. 108.
JAX BEACH. Villas at Marsh Landing.
Large 1BR/1BA, fireplace, P.ergo.
NEPTUNE BEACH Townhouse. ATLANTIC BEACH bright efficiency
2BR/1.5BA. Large back yard. $1100/mo. across from ocean on Beach Ave. Availa-
Contact (904)699-4250. ble Mayl 1st. Nonsmoking, no dogs. First,
Cna ( -4250. -A last, and security, $725/mo. 247-4527.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Walk to shops and
restaurants'2 blocks to beach. 2BR/1BA
Townhouse w/fenced yard. Available May
1st. $950/mo. First, last and security. Call
JAX BEACH, 1 block to ocean,
3BR/1.5BA, CH&A, WDHU, patio & balco-
ny. $1350/mo. +$900/dep. 520 S. 2nd St.
(904)280-2728 Iv. msg.
JAX BEACH, 3 BLOCKS OCEAN. Large
2BR/1BA, free water, .eat-in kitchen, tile,
large bedrooms, closets galore. In-ground
pool. WDHU deck, parking $950/mo+.
S. JAX BCH 2 & 3 BR APTS
CH/A WDHU East of 1st Sl $795-
$1195/mo 4151 Tradewinds, 4 BR water
iront $1500/mo. 241-7368. 733-3730
OCEAN 2 -BLOCKS. 2BR.1'BA, $950.'mo
215 8tn Ave. North, J B No pets
JAX BEACH. 2BR/IBA, 2 Blocks 10
OCEAN, CH&A, $850,mo. 405 South 2nd
ATLANTIC BCH. 1700 Main Si 2/1. new
carpel A/C, washer hook-up, $495/mo
plus depth No pets 246-4098
LARGE EFFICIENCY apartment, excel-
lent location. 2 blocks from ocean, very
clean. No pets $550/mo 642-1214 or
2 BLOCKS OCEAN, 212 10th Ave. N.
IBR 650/mo, 2BR $750/mo Credit
checK. deposit, no pels. 1904)514-8530
ATLANTIC BCH ocean front. 3BR/2BA
large condo, all amenilles, 219-2481.
2000+SF. FINISHED car storage garage
Security system, hea & AC, water, front &
rear garage doors 11000/mo. Incepend-
ent Brokers. 710-3111.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
3/3 brand new luxury condo with
views of the marsh. Steps to the
ocean. Private garage. Furnished.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
SAWGRASS PLAYERS CLUB
3/2 home located on lagoon.
Beautiful deck off back overlooks
TPC course. $2300
PONTE VEDRA BEACH
3,2 patio home. Amenities include
gated security, pool & clubhouse.
Call Melissa Myers
Property Management Sales
ATLANTIC BEACH. Main St. Duplex,
2BR/1BA, screened porch, fireplace,
WDHU, CH&A, $750/mo. (904)891-0606,
NEPTUNE BCH, 1 block to ocean, large
efficiency, washer/ dryer, available imme-
diately, lease deposit, pets ok $700/mo.
398-0470 or 868-7607:
NEAR PONTE Vedra 1 block beach. Best
area, quite, safe residential neighborhood.
2BR/1 BA, lower duplex, new carpet, tile &
paint CH&A. washer/ dryer included, no
smoking. no pels $980/mo lease depos-
it. Available April 1st 993-1118
MOBILE HOMES $500 to $550 on pr,-
vale lots. Near Maypon Naval Siasion no
NEPTUNE BCH near ocean. Clean, nice
1BR apl w/ garden ainum $750/mo.
Avail soon spacious 2BR 247-1417
ATLANTIC BEACH at Sea Gardens
2BR/3BA, 1 guestroom and office. Large
deck and ocean patio access. Year lease,
premium location $1450/mo. 2277 Serni-
nole Rd. B. Call Kevin (904)270-2050
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BRi2BA home just
blocks to beach $1650/mo.. All South Re-
ATL BCH. 5 blocks to beach, renovated.
2BR 1BA duplex, WDHU no pets
$925/mo +dep Avail 315,'06612 Slurdl-
vant SI 610-3838
3/2 BRAND new townhome w' garage,
1500sl. Off Kernan & Allantic. $1400/'mo
JAX BEACH. 4 Blocks to Ocean.
1BRilBA Aparment. $550/mo 220 4In
Street So. (904)891-0606, 1352)478-2161
LUXURIOUS Pelican Point 2BR,2BA,
available now. $1700-$2600/mo. 3 month
minimum rental. 1904)241-7206.
MAYPORT LANDING Townhome.
2BR/2BA, CH&A, WDHU, S775/mo, $700
deposit. 1157 Songbird Lane. 280-2728
JAX BEACH. East of 3rd, hall duplex.
2BR/1BA, Iree water, pool, parking, re-
modeled. Great deal. $950.-mo 247-
JAX BEACH townhouse 187 South 8th
Ave. 2 blocks to ocean 2BR/2.5BA
1500sf, .1-car garage, no pets $1350/mo.
NORTH JAX Beach. Efficiency, $495/mo.
1BR, $595/mo. 2BR, $695/mo. 1 block to
Ocean. Pool. No pets. 249-5368.
WATERFRONT RENTAL 2BR/2BA
Townhouse. $850/mo. 1 mile west of May-
port ferry. 733-5225, 241-RENT.
ATLANTIC BEACH. Studio just steps to
ocean! Convenient to shops, restaurants!
$675/mo. All, South Realty, 241-4141. .
PONTE VEDRA. Spacious 3BR/2BA
Townhouse, wood floors; Quiet, secure
neighborhood, close to Beaches, shop-
ping, JTB. $1085/mo. Call 285-7162.
ATLANTIC BEACH, 2BR townhouse,
CH&A. WDHU. no pets. $850/mo,
INTRACOASTAL WEST- New 1BR/1BA
condo w/comm pool & more! $900mo. Al-
so. 2BR/2BA w/gaiage Convenieni 10
UNF. $1100/mo.. All Soulh Realty.
JAX BEACH East ot 3rd. 2BR/1BA up.
stars apanment w/deck wasner'dryer,
CH&A $1120/mo. 821-9751 or 803-3099
LARGE 1BR, excellent location 2 blocks
i0 Ocean, very clean No pets. $650/mo
BLOCK TO beach 126 8th Ave. South.
2BR/1BA, CH&A. WDHU. Relerences.
credit check, no pets. $875/mo
OCEAN VIEWS 2BR/1BA, 2 car garage PONTE VEDRA, LAtrium, 2BR/2BA, fire-
WDHU 111 Pal Place Neptune Bch: place, 2 car garage, lawn service. Fenced
247-6724. yard. Now available. $1190/mo. 642-3517.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 3BR/2BA, spacious
lot in Selva Marina area. Large modern
kitchen w/new fridge & dishwasher. Living
room fireplace. Attached 1-car garage,
WDHU, lenced yard, CH&A. $1700/mo.
Call Bob (904)631-6268.
4BR/2BA IN Cul-de-sac, Maypon Area,
$1275/mo. +sec (9041655-1533. Availa-
NEPTUNE BEACH. LARGE HOUSE. 3-4
Bedrooms. 30ff to Ocean. Partially fur-
nished, no dogs. $2300/mo water includ-
ed. (904)249-3419, (904)463-0222.
ATLANTIC BEACH. 330 First St. Newly
Remodeled 4BR/3BA; 2-blocks to Ocean
& Town Center. $1750/mo. 249-0767,
3BR 2BA 1-slory house, 1850si, w' 2BR
1BA garage unit CH/A, WDHU. binds.
carpet, Ig Florida room. carponrt, ig yard,
$2000/mo, $1000'aep. 347 3rd St.. All
JAX BEACH, 3BR'2BA, 2-car garage.
Pets OK. Fenced yard. Eight blocks to
Beach. $1390/mo. 237-7198, 607-9332.
INTRACOASTAL WEST- 3BR/2BA nome
in Villages of Pablo' Comm pool, tennis &
motel $1200/mo. All South Really.
NEPTUNE BEACH. 3 Blocks to Ocean
3BR/1BA, washer/dryer plus lawn service.
$1450/mo deposit. 270-0499.
1 1/2 BLOCKS to Ocean, 1st Ave Souin NEPTUNE BCH. 3BR/2BA. large yard. car
IBR1BA $725'mo 1904)891. 0606 port, walk to beach, includes washer dryer
3528478-2161.. and lawn service $1400/mo 285-2952.
r352%4I78-216IRA nri.- '.M in
JAX BEACH. 2BR Lower. 7 blocks Ocean,
CH&A, WDHU, $850/mo + $500/dep Mlll-
lary/.Senior discount. No dogs 716 2nd
Ave Nonh. 708-0731.
HALF BLOCK to ocean. 2BR/1BA. reno-
vated, includes wasner/dryer, CH&A, no
pels, $1250/mo 662-7771
ATLANTIC BEACH, Assisi Lane, pool,
3BR/1.5BA, end unit, 2 stories, 1075sf.,
hIeplace, WDHU. new carpel, no pets, no
smoking. $850/mo. -dep. Don. 382-1023.
NEPTUNE BEACH. 2BR/2BA, garage.
East of 3rd Streel. .WDHU, CH&A, dish-
washer. $1200.mo.. deposit. No dogs
GREAT ARLINGTON Townhome: 2/2,
spacious 1144st., end unit Neat tiled
Kitcnen and stone fireplace in great room
Tile throughout, large fenced unit.
$950,mo.Call Jean @ Magnolia Propenies
JACKSONVILLE BEACH, 1 blK to ocean
2BR 1BA. $785/mo. 1904)891-0606 or
4BR/2BA NICE house wipool. lenced
back yard, fireplace $1275'mo. 568-8700.
BRAND NEW 1-ACRE LOT HOME,
$1300/mo. at 9438 Ford Road. Bryceville
FL 32009. Only minutes Irom diwn JAX.
Enjoy quiet country living in modern 2200
st. 4BR/2BA home bul without .the city
crowd Near upscale JAX Ranch Club
Call Forehand Reallty 904-778-4466.
REALTY SERVICES, INC.
SALES & RENTALS
PRO P E RT I E S
Atlantic Beach -
+ 3BR/2 BA condo. Seaplace-turumshed,
pool, walk to oceann $1200/mo
+ 2BR/2BA TH, Mayport Landing.
nelyv remodeled unit. verN nice
+ 2BR/2BA. Mavport Landing,
clo'e to ba3e. $795/mo
+ 2BR/2BA Apt, across from ocean
top unit W/D-%vater included
+ 2BR/IBA Apt, patio in back, walk
to beach. $800/mo.
3BR/2BA condo. South Shore on
ocean, pool. furnished unit
Starting May Ist, $1900/mo for
+ 2BR/2BA Condo, The Islands,
garage, screen porch, community.
eWE NEED RENTALS
Call us for
Professional Property Management
UPONTE VEDRHA Charming 4BR/2BA-in
desirable St Johns County $1450/mo.
Call Team Real Estate at 247-8326
PONTE VEDRA- 3BR/2BA home on quiel
cul-de-sac in Dolphin Covel Lg lot, ga-
rage & morel $1050/mo Al South Realty,
2BR/1.5BA TOWNHOUSE, ceramic tile
Iloors, CH&A, laundry room, palio, fenced
yard 1 yr. lease, no pets. $950 deposit.
$900/mo. 2104 Bay Rd. Neplune Bch,
993-1114 or 270-1284
HAMPTON SOUTH. St John's County.
New home, 4BR/2BA on lake and golf
course, all appliances,, washer/dryer.
blinds, granite counter tops Communlly
amenities. 1165, Garrison Drive
$1600imo. Really Execuhives 273-3939
JAX BEACH North Clean 3BR/2BA.
2-car garage, lenced yard, carper, ceramic
iule. Holly Drive Quiet neighborhood.
$1250/mo.i. deposit 614-5278
INTRACOASTAL WEST- Spacious
3BRi3BA home wibonus room on lake'
Comm. pool $2000/mo. All South Realty,
*SUPER LIKE-NEW HOME*
Lovely home in great neighborhood Off
Atlanlic. 4BD/ 2BAI 2 car on cul-de-sac,
open floor plan. walk to schools & shop-
ping. only 2yrs new- $1400.mo
Call Julie at Remax today 866-2986.
ATLANTIC BEACH- Cypress Cove
3BR/2BA wiln garage 6n quiet cul-de-sac.
Like new intenor, pets considered, non-
smoking. $1075/mo. available immediately
JAX BCH 3BR 2BA super nice! Complete-
ly remodeled, 1500sl, 4 blocks to beach.
No pels. Credit check & rels. 509 7th Ave
N. $15001mo. 993-1979.
JAX BEACH, Near Ocean, 3BR/1BA.
Lease, references required. 218 41h Ave.
South. $1150/mo. (904)221-4134.
GORGEOUS ATLANTIC Blvd./ Girvin
area, 3/2, 1438st. lakefront nomel Split
bedroom plan, eat-in-kitchen. vaulled ceil-
ings and carpeted throughout. 2 car ga-
rage and' beautiful lake view location
$1200,'mo Call Jean @ Magnolia Proper.
lies R E., 1904)472-3614.
BEACHWALKCS ONTE' VEW
2BRP2BA. 1540sf, 2-car garage. large
screened porch, club nouse, pool, lennis
beach access, $1475/mo. Owner' Agent
823-1333 537-7777 (cell)
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ATLANTIC BEACH. OCEAN WALK
Seeking. roommate, $850/mo. Split utilit-
ies. 4BR/3BA, 3000sf house. 1 Block to
Ocean, pool, separate mother-in-law quar-
S. JAX Bch (off Jacksonville Dr.), 2500sf,
frplc., great neighborhood, cul-de-sac.
$1900/mo. 962-5332 or 249-7204.
SINGLE FAMILY 441 10th place south
Jax Beach. 3BR/1BA, CH&A, 1100/mo +
$800 security deposit. 699-3320.
INTRACOASTAL WEST- 3BR/2BA home
w/garage on quiet cul-de-sac. $1150/mo.
All South Realty, 241-4141.
NEW 3004SF., 5BR/3.5BA in quiet com-
munity, only reunites from dtwnJAX. 508
Islamorada Dr. S, Macclernn FL 32063.
Call 916-539-8820 and don't miss out.
The Palms, 2/2 condo, approx. 1200sf,
beautiful, great amenities, avail now.
Jardin De Mere, 3/2 condo, detached ga-
rage, 4mos old, $1395/mo. '
Summerhouse 2,2 condo galed comm.
lots of amen.i.es Avail now $995,mo.
4,2.5. side enlry gar., comm pool, near
Hodges & JTB., $ 1395'mo
2i2 5 condo, hIeshly painted, screened pa-
Io clean, gaied Available now, $995/mo
incl. waler. sewer & basic cable
4/2, over 2000sf. available 3/15,
$1 3951mo. I I
Brand new. beauiitui 3,2 near Touchton
Rdc. Avail. now. $1395 mo
Executive home, brand new, 2600sf,
4i2.5 gated comm., $2000/mo.
2.'2 Townhome. 1800sf. avail now
Lg 3'2, 2 car garage. over 2300sf,
4BR/2BA. 2 car garage. 2300sl.
HOME FINDER REALTY
241-5501 OR 221-1711.
PVB SAWGRASS iNonngalei PRICE RE-
DUCED $1800.mo 3BR'2BA LR DR'
FR,. eat-in-kichen fireplace. WDHU,
screened palio, 2 car garage Includcles
yard & pest and al association lees. 904-
JAX BEACH. Cute 3BR1,BA. close to
ocean. $1095.mo All Soulh Really.
PVB. LATRIUM Waiedronl. 2BR/2BA
garage. pool tennis. $1250imo includes
lawn service. 247-1849
PONTE VEDRA 3'2 2 car gar. all appl.,
washer.' dryer close to beach., 1250,mo.
SELVA LINKSiDE- 3BR,2BA. all nard-
wood Hloors, large back yardc, $1500mo ,
no smoking, no pets. 372-0742.
Near Mayo Clinic 4BR'3BA. on lake, re-
frigerator, washer' aryer, 2300sl com-
munity pool, tennis count. 13841 Harbor
Creek. $1995 mo. 273 0125
BOATER'S DREAM. 2BR.2 SBA. water-
front lownnouse at the Moorings. Jax Bch.
Newly renovaled,new appliances washer/
.triP/moe. Jnc.yes. 50 n boajslp,
THE PALMS 1BR.1BA mary upgrades.
near tennis & pool. private wetlands view,.
wasner-dryer 875.mo Gaiage available.
3BR 3BA. gorgeous oceanlront luxury
condo. Built in 2005, 6tn Iloor, 1953si,
over-sized kitchen, granite counlerlops.
Gated garage space, healed pool, jacuz-
zi $3300,mo 1 '2 month off call lor delails.
PVB- BELLEZA. 2BR/2BA. 2 avail
$1175imo. and $12751mo mci garage
Resort Style Living 1904i502-6160
BEAUTIFUL CONDO in PVB 2BR 2 5BA,
great view. new appliances. $1200-mo.
Visit websile wvvw geociies com/pvb05
PVB SUMMERHOUSE CONDOS.
1BR'IBA Fireplace, pool, poner service.
$800/mo. Call 1904)616-7975
EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA- Allaniic Blvd @
the Intracoastal Walerway, 3'4BR 3 5BA
approx 2700sl. wimarina view. Resort
style living live among millionaires
$2500/mo includes 1 car garage, water,
sewer, cable, pool, spa, club house.
health club. Marina Walk, gaied communi.
ty. wtwaier. Marsh and marina views
Available April 40' boat slip also available.
Call now 463-2845
THE VILLAS. 2BR'2BA. garage, porch,
ground floor, pool, etc $1050imo
WITH 1YR LEASE, LAST MONTH FREE.
PVB OCEAN GROVE SPECIAL
2BR/2BA. $1050!mo. 3BR/2BA
$1300/mo Beaulilul, vaulted ceilings.
newly renovated. many amenilies Availa-
ole now. 2 garages available $100 Realty
Executives. 273-3939 610-6460.
PVB. 3BR/2BA New appliances including
washer/oryer Beach access. New lile,
carpel. Pets OK Handicapped accessible
PVB -SUMMERHOUSE 2BR. Corner
units. goli view/ lake. all amenities Every-
thing new. $1145/mo Janet 285-4444
PVB -THE Colony. Walk to beach, owner
motivated. 2BR.2BA 2nd Iloor, high ceil-
ings. new carpet, W/D lip garage Avail
immed $1195/mo. Janet 285-44441
PONTE VEDRA Summer House. New
2BR/2BA 5 star amenities Great localtont
Bottom floor unil $1100/mo deposar.
THE PALMS. tBR/1BA Reson amenities
Sell or lease $149.500, $875/mo.
PONTE VEDRA, East of A1A 2BR/2BA,
1300sf, 2-story Town Home w/beach ac-
cess, $1300/mo., full concierge service, all
new appliances, completely renovated.
GREAT 3BR/2BA condo in 'PVB, pool,
'spa, fitness room; $1350/mo. 280-5170. or
JAX BCH, 2BR 2BA, 1 block to ocean.
$1200/mo. 390-2885 or 994-8141.
Penthouse with Marsh/ ICW views. 3/3 w/
may upgrades: all appliances, scr. lanai w/
summer kitchen. Single car garage.
$2250/mo. Serenata Membership avail.
:Call Madna .Riggio, Olde Carrage Realty,
501-1917; 824-0040 office.
PVB -SUMMERHOUSE.. Early Move-in-
Better Deal. 2BR/2BA corner unit, 2nd
floor TH on the tennis court. Avail now.
$1195/mo. Janet 285-4444.
JAX BEACH THE PALMS, 2BR/2BA,
Marshview. $1195/mo: 434-3456.
EXCLUSIVE MIRAVISTA- Atlantic Blvd @
the Intracoaslal Waterway, 3,4BR. 3 5BA.
approx 2700sf Reson style living. live
among millionaires, Looking tor 2 room-
males 1 @ $800/mo. & 1 @ 1000/mo
wilh a master suite. includes all utilities.
cable, pool, spa. health club. Marina Walk.
gated community wwaier. marsh and
marina views Available now 40' boal slip
also available. Call now 463-2845.
.. ROOMMATE TO share- t,1,2 tYlherijE&4
3BR.25B'' 'house Extra large lI,,rlg
spaces plus inground pool in quiet neigh-
borhood. $600mo .+13 utilities Call 904-
ROOM IN 4BR house Fireplace. nice
pool, nice neighborhood $140/wk in-
cludes utilities & cable Call 568-8700.
KENSINGTON. SEEKING roommate,
$600/mo. includes utilities. Call
FURNISHED ROOM for rent Jax Beach
2-story house, 10 blocks from beach.
No smoking. No pets, privacy $675/mo.
electric included) April 1sl Sept 30
JAX BEACH 1000sf. excellent location.
off Beach Blvd $917/mo. 246-0444.
UPSCALE EXECUTIVE Ohices for lease
in Deauilul Jax Bch Fully furnished,
amenities include wireless high speed in-
ternel, use of lully furnished conference
room & kitchen $700/mo w! 2yr lease.
$750-mo w/ lyr lease. 242-9195.
OFFICE/ RETAIL Jax Beach. 400sl or
800sl. 3rd Streel frontage 246 0576
JAX BEACH 1000st including kitchen
$1000.-mo + tax and CAM 608-6426
JAX BEACH Office Suite. 131h Ave
South across from Baptist Hospital Ap-.
proximalely 1550sl. build-out complete,
wire for phone/ian. $16 95sl+ tax, depos-
it. (904)241-9944. ext 104
Short or Long Term
Conference Room i
East of AlA/
walk to beach
Close to shopping/
For m6re information,
JAX BEACH building for lease w/office.
Multi-purpose use. Near public boat ramp,
1800sf. $1500/mo..For details,f5249-3214,
PET SITTING, in your home. Dog walking.
Responsible, mature. Call Kitty. 874-6062.
PROFESSIONAL PET SITIrNG in your
home.: Bonded;- Insured. -ill Robyn
(Wags 2 Whiskers) 241r8439.
PUPPYTAILS & WHISKERS Pet Sitting
ernvire Please call 307-03219
OCEANFRONT, 2BR/2BA, furnished, ..*.-*. '" .
pool. $1850/mo.+. Short or long term. TWO AFFECTIONATE young cats need a
(904)463-7343. home. Owner moved and left them. Let us
t-ltl eino ahnbit thenm OAR.Rn1Q
DECORATOR HIGH END 2BR/2BA,
ocean front condo, living room and master
bedroom overlooking ocean w/balcony.
Front balcony overlooks Jax skyline, fully
furnished, great amenities, including cov-
ered parking, pool, hot tub, tennis, and
sandy beach. Call for more details,
398-9080 ext 211.
JARDIN DE Mer, Jax Beach. Brand new,
Beautiful 2BR/2BA, fireplace, washer/dry-
er. 1-cir garage, bottom floor. $1100/mo.
5 MALE Miniature Pinscher Puppies. Call
285-7878 for details & pricing. .
AMERICAN PIT BULLS & Rednose Pit
Bulls, $200/$250/ea. 534-3336.
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. I I I I BEACH RENTALS 5r11i3I^--
Unfurnished Homes 132 II'AveS.- JB 3BR/3.5BA, Three story Palms at Marsh Landing JB
P Ponte Vedra by the Sea- PV townhouse w/garage. many balconies. 2BR/2BA, ground floor w/garage.
I 5BR/3.5BA, fabulous home, 3 car $1650/mo. screened porch. $1050/mo.
I garage, fenced backyard, screened L'atrium PV, 3BR/2BA SFH, porch 2BR/2BA. ground floor, tile floors.
Sporch. $2950/mo. w/jacuzzi, lake view, fireplace, comm. $1100/mo. .
he Grove PV 4BR/3BA, home on pool, garage. $1600/mo. Villas at Marsh Landing JB .
I private lot w/preserve views, Iualet Beach PV 2BR/2BA, home on 1BR/1BA, 2nd floor w/garage.
hardwood floors, three car garage. lagoon, screened porch, fresh paint, new $875/mo
$2700/mo. tile & carpet, 2 car garage. $1295/mo. 2BR/2BA, ground floor, w/garage,
Marsh View SPY 4BR/4BA, end Furnished Homes screened porch and fireplace.
unit w/elevator, 2800 SP, beach Ocean Grande SPY 3BW/3BA. Condo, $1100/mo.
'-access, attached garage. $2200/mo. luxuriously furnished, screened porch, Ocean Links PV
Snmmerfield PV. 3BR/2BA, across from ocean. $3000/mo. -2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1100/mo. ^
Spacious home in walking distance to Intracoastal West 2BR/2BA, condo has garage, -
schools & beach. $2000/mo. Avanti- Kernan 1BR/1BA. 2nd floor w/ fireplace, porch, golf course views. .
S114 18th Ave N ,JB 3BR/3.5BA, screened porch. $850/mo. $1200/mo. .
Sewer townhouse w/balconies, one car 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor condo, all appliances, Grand Cay Villas PV -w
garage, fireplace. $1975/mo. great amenities. $945/mo. 2BR/2BA, 2nd floor w/garage.
Vilano, Walk SPV 4BR/3.5BA, Montreux-Touchton 2BR/2BA, ground $1100/mo, s
newer two story, across from ocean, floor condo, screened porch on lake, light 3BR/2BA, 3rd floor, vaulted ceilings
light & bright, garage. $1800/mo. and bright. $1100/mo. tile floors, upgrades thru-out.
38 17th Street AB 3BR/2.5BA, Unfurnished Condos $1250/mo.
Townhouse, 1/2 block to ocean, quiet Summerhouse PV
neighborhood, private patio, Newly renovated, new carpet, baths, COASTAL REALESTATE
remodeled. $1800/mo. kitchen, tile, fireplace, walk to shops, great Shannon Smith
Quail Point PV 3BR/3BA. Home amenities. (.4 ....64
has screened porch, decks, wood 2BR/2BA, ground floor. $1050/mo.
floors, golf course views. $1750/mo. www.retthebeaches.com
BRAND NEW CONDO
2BR/2.5BA Luxury Townhouse. Gated,
concierge, resort pool & fitness; II Villagio,
located 2 miles from Town Center Mall.
$1190/mo. 635-8650, 923-0277.
PVB- SUMMER House luxurious 2BR
2BA end unit in cul-de-sac. Brand new,
5-star amenities, beachside. $1399/mo.
OCEANFRONT- JAX Bch, 2/2, furnished,
beautiful views. 5th Floor. $1750/mo. 1mo.
minimum. 571-6678. '
BRAND NEW Wolfcreek Condo: 3/2,
1394sf. Gourmet kitchen, great master
suite with walk-in-closets. Fitness center
and pool onsite. $1350/mo. Call Jean @
Magnolia Properties R.E., (904)472-3614.
OCEAN FRONT (Ocean 14). beautifully
renovated, furnished, 3BR/2BA w/storage
unit, $2495/mo. (904)571-3877.
PVB- THE Belleza, 1BR 1BA, luxury
amenities, gym & tanning, bed, $950/mo.
JAX BEACH, 2BR/1.5BA, new tile, carpet
& paint, .washer/ dryer, fenced
patio. 2 blocks to beach. $1225/mo.
(2 units available. (760)445-4789.
PVB -MARSH COVE. A perfect
2BR/2.5BA TH. Clean, new, 1200sf.
$1185/mo. Janet. 285-4444.
PVB FAIRFIELD- 2BR/2BA, garage. Man-
ned community gate., Pool, tennis.
$1000/mo. .614-4609, 285-2267..
OCEANFRONT 2BR 1BA. weekly- month-
ly, tully furnished, 241-1384
OCEANFRONT, 1 or 2BR lumished con-
dos, weekly or moninly. (904)463-7343.
OCEANFRONT CONDOS & Beach
homes Weekly-monthly VistI us ai
jaxbeachrental.com or 535-3911 or
OCEANFRONT FURNISHED VistadelMar
lovely condo, sleeps 4, pool, 737-2829,
S. JAX Bch. 2BR, fully furnished, ocean-
fronl congo: Monthly/ Weekly 241-0267
www renlIacksonvillebeach com
JAX BEACH Oceanfront Luxury 2BR
Condo. TPC SPECIAL, $500/weekena.
OCEANFRONT- FURNISHED & unfur-
nished homes & condos From $500 per
week All South Realty. 241-4141
ATL BCH 3BR house, beautifully furnish-
ed, walk 10o ocean $1850imo. 993-3226.
4BR-4BA, weekly monthly, yearly Call
NICE HOME On the water. wipool. dock
$700/mo.+ dep Available now 859-4473
ATLANTIC BEACH. Big, clean, comlona-
ble. nice area. Parking $95/wk. 994-0943
MASTER BEDROOM w/balh. Furnished
Close to Beach. $550'mo. 1st/iasl
BEAUTIFUL OCEANFRONT Condo Pr.
vaie BRiBA Parking, pool $800/mo. 1/2
uililies. Includes cable all amenities NO
ATLANTIC BEACH. OCEAN WALK
Seeking roommate. 850imo Split utili-
ies 4BRi3BA, 3000sf house. 1 Block lo
Ocean, pool, separate motrier-in-law quar-
Classified 6 ,
The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader
March 17, 2006
DIVORCE AMERICAN .STYLE! Uncon-
tested divorce papers. Without Kids (while
you wait) With kids (a little longer) Since
1981/ by appt. only (904)641-2187.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
MATH TUTOR. Certified, experienced
Math Teacher will tutor K-12 evenings.
WANTED:' PART-TIME Administrative As-
sistant at a Ponte Vedra Condominium.
Duties to include phones, computer Work,
inspections, etc. 20 hours per week
at $10 per hr. Please' fax resume to
Experienced only. Must have reliable
transportation. 3 days per week and
some Saturdays. Call Debbie after 2pm.
285-3400 x3352 Iv. msg.
OFFICE .MANAGER. Customer Service
oriented. Responsible. Knowledge of wigs,
hairpieces. $7/hr.+ comm. (904)221-6970.
PART TIME evening Commercial Clean-
ing at the beach. $8/hr, weekends extra
pay. Professional drug- free ,workplace.
Must possess identification, Social Securi-
ty card & References. (904)484-6625 or
3,T SECRETARIAL Postion. some book-
-:eepinq exp nelpiru. cui will hlarn Must oe
nonesl' nave rels Call 568-8700.
CUSTOMER SERVICE & sales w/excel-
lent.communication skills. Must be flexible.
Ponte Vedra Beach location. Please call
Inr ol s. iQr1904)273-5959L.Q'Q
MODELS WANTED for high quality fe-
male fashion photography. Good pay per
session. Experience not required.
SERVERS NEEDED. Must be able to
work weekends & handle high volume.
Apply In person, Campeche Bay, 127 1st
Ave. North. 249-3322.
MANUEL'S DELI, WINE. PVB. Kitchen &
Counter. Some benefits. 273-4785.
RESTAURANT NEEDS Cook. Monday-
Saturday 10am-Spnm. Serious applicants
only. Call 270-1980. after 3pm. ,
KENNEL ASSISTANT needed for busy
veterinary clinic, competitive wages. Previ-
ous kennel experience required. Apply in
p erson: Beaches Animal Clinic, 937
each Blvd., Jax Beach. 246-2045.
Part-time, weekends and nights. Must
have clean driving record. Call 241-1C13.
NAIL TECHNICIAN and Hair Dresser
needed. Built in clientele, World Golf Viil
large area (904)504-1314. .
ANDY'S POOLS, INC,
.3 Pool Techs needed. Experience prefer-
red, but will train. Clean driving record.
401k, health benefits. Please call
FULL-TIME at a Premier Retirement Com-,
munity. Experience required. Excellent'
benefits. Applications at Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gate, One Fleet Landing Blvd., At-.
lantic Beach, FL; Fax to 904-246-9447;
email to firstname.lastname@example.org. EOE/
EXPERIENCED PAINTERS wanted. Must
have own tools & transportation. Neatness
& dependability a must. Phone Larry He-
ise Painting 247-3644.
CHILDTIME LEARNING Centers seeks
experienced Teachers, Cooks/housekeep-
er, F/T & P/T available. We offer a com-
petitive salary & benefits package. Call
273-6960 or fax resume to: 280-5742.
PRINTING COMPANY hiring Sales,
Pressmen. Bndery, Graphic Design, and
OFFICE CLERK Trainee. beaches loca AMERICAN HOME Companions seeks
tion, 20hrs per week Call Debbie 223. compassionatee ive-in caregivers o tohe
'1111 ex 16. elderly. Work 2.3, -1 or 5 days per week
-_ ._ .. LP t$110day. "631-5354
FOOD PREP 7:30am-1:30pm, M-F, tree
child care Beaches Academy 1725 Pen.
man Rd Jax Bch. 246-3885
OFFICE ASSISTANT needed with friend-
ly. professional phone voice Flexible
hours and knowledge ol ACT, Excel. and
'Word helpful. Call 285-5855.
PRE-K TEACHER, afternoons 3-6pm M-
F, Christian preschool. Call 246-2891' lor
interview. Great pay, excellent work envi-.
PART TIME Bookkeeping wanted. Call
FESTIVAL WORKERS, needed for food BOUNCER NEEDED at Ihe beach,
service, good pay, FT or PI/T 904-249- Thurs Fr, Sal. nights Call 514-2507
8269, 904-591-5175 Iv. msg. if no answer. .,,n D_ ... i .
EXPERIENCED ALTERATION Person
needed.- Part-time, Full time. Please call
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icr self-empl:oyment or business opportu-
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payment ol lees lor employman informa-
Sion guidance or iralning may appear un-
der Job Ser.ice Should any Help Wanted
advertier ask lor a lee or i the advertiser
is offeii'rg a product or service rather than
a 1C:.0 opening please noliry The Beaches
IJIEEDP P-EUR lo rake leaves. yarc vWork
POOL CLEANER w/valid Florida Drinver's
License Experience helpful out will train.
Good salary & bernelhts Apply' Suriside
Pools, 313 Beach Blvd, 246-2666. or fax
resume. 249-8801, e-mail' sunrsidepools
SELVA MARINA COUNTRY CLUB seek-
ing Servers, Beverage Cart Attendant,
Bartender, Weekend Receptionist. Line
Cook and Dishwashers- DFWP. FTPT
available. Must be outgoing and dependa-
ble. Phone 904-246-4827. email: ac-
email@example.com, or apply in
(LPN OR RN)
Full Time Monday- Friday, 7am to 3pm
and 3pm TO 11pm at a Premier Retirement
Community Health Center. Excellent work
environment. Experience in geriatric care
desited Applications at Fleel Landing Se-
curty Gate, One Fleel Landing Blvd. At-
lanlic Beach FL: Fax to (904)246-9447;.
email to: firstname.lastname@example.org EOE/
FRAMER'S HELPERS needed. Custom
'homes, Beaches area Transponation re-
WANTED: MRS DOUBTFIRE NANNY/
Housekeeper, Child Companion. To do
light housekeeping, errands, possible
sleepovers. Air applicants will be consid-
ered. Call 904-334-8408 or 904-236-0195.
PORTER/ FLOOR TECH
FULL-TIME at Heallh Center in Premier
Lawn service seeks individual to perform Retiremeni Community. Applicalions avail.-
dependable quality work Excellent pay & able at Fleet Landing Secunry Gale, One
ovenime available. Crew Leaders wanted Fleel Landing Blvd.. Ailantic Beach, FL
Perschel Brclhers Services, Inc 246- 32233; Fax to 904-246-9447; email to
0967 email@example.com EOE.- Diug-Free
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The Ponte Vedra Leader
Cl S I f ieds
OPTOMETRY OFFICE Ironl desk and all
office aspects Candidani should have an
outgoing Iriendly personality wability to
mulil-task. BookKeeping PC. organization-
al and customer service skills a must.
Medical office experience and Spanish a
plus For consideration tax resume to
RELIABLE HOUSEKEEPER needed for
small oceantroni hotel. Weekends re-
quired. Apply in person, 120 Allantic Blvd..
NOW HIRING Sales People Assistant
Head Cashier. Receiving Clerk.
SlocviCarry-oul Apply al Proctor Ace
Hardware. 870 AIA North. Ponte Vedia
CHILD CARE Teachers with CDA. lop
pay. starting at $11/nr. & up also Teach-
er's Assistanls needed. 220-3993.
Greal job at St. Johns Town Center deTail-
ing cars. FT/ PT available Call 343-4241.
FIRST CHOICE Home Improvemenls
Needs skilled carpenters & tree climbers.
IRONWORKERS. SCAFFOLD Erectors,
Laborers, w.'iransponation excellent pay
iCQll,249,81.47 or 726.5661. "
EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Ponte Veara
based family office seeks higrhly molival.
ed. energetic individual to loin Is learn of
professionals Candidate must possess
supenor skills in MS Excel. Word, Access
and Outlook, must be prolicienl in navi-
gating the Intemet Only well-spoken can-
didates wiln pleasant isposilion wil oe
considered for this excellent position. For
further information regarding Inhe Firm.
please visit wwwspring-baycom or
www soniagfoundaiion com Send Re-
sumes io cgregory",spring-oaycorn
SEEKING WAITSTAFF & Cooks Fun en-
vironmenl Apply at The Moon Grille &
Oyster Bar. 1396 Beach Blvd. Jax Beach.
Front Desk Receptionist for busy psychial-
ric' psychological orirce in Marsh Landing.
Applicants must be a team player pleas-
ani. dependable, and able to mull.-task
Experience preferred but will Train the right
candidate Fax resume to 1904)543-9172.
REMODELING CARPENTER- Company
vehicle, must have clean driving record.
SCAFFOLDERS & RIGGERS. Hardwork-
ing & needs own Iransportation. Staff
Masters. 726-5661 249-8147.
DO you wanl to join a winning learn. Don'I
gel left oul Our driver's make 5500-$700
'per week. Call 249-5151 ask o10 Brian or
,493-5250 ask lor Tiri Collins
CLEARWATER SYSTEMS is Interviewing
for Service Techs./Installers Will be instal-
ling.' servicing water Ireaimeni equ;pmenl
lor homes .business & industry, Nonheasl
FL Preler experience bul will train sharp
individuals. Must have good driving re.
cord. excellent customer service skills ana
lit" 100 pounds DFWPWo otter compel.
live wages, excellent benefits, 401k, ad-
vancement Send resume to Ann- Bryan.
2181 St Johns Blurt Rd So. Jax Fi 32246,
or apply in person or fax (904)645-6066;.
LOOKING FOR experienced Line Cooks
& Dishwashners in an organic kitchen. Ap-
ply in person at 363 Atlantic Blvd., Suites
7 8 8, Alanlic Beach, ask for Shelly, or
Naomi. 246-2441. /
WAREHOUSE VENUS Is looking tor.
warehouse workers lor [he following shifts
Pickers: 4 day, 10 hour shnins Idaysi and
Cycle Count 8pm-4-30am f3ra shih). Call
our job line at 645-6000 prompt 4. EOE.
POOL CONSTRUCTION Helpers, above
ground and inground Experience helpful,
but will train. 241-8260.
LAWN TECH needed for beach pest con-.
trol company. Good pay Monday-Friday,
benefits, good driving record required,
DFWP, Call 241-7874. ,
OFFICE ASSISTANT. Beaches Plumbing
Company Experience answering multi
phone-lines, Word & Excel necessary.
Plumbing knowledge a plus. $8.00.nr.
Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org,
or mail to P.O. Box 50446, Jax Beach FL
HOME CLEANERS earn excellent pay .
cleaning homes weekly & biweekly. De-
pendable car required. Full or part time. .
CUSTOMER service & sales w/ exc. com-,
munication skills. Full or part time. Base
plus bonus. Fax resume: (904)285-0010
or email: email@example.com
CLERICAL. PROFICIENT in Word, Excel.
Detail orientated. Fax: 694-1108. Email: "
LOOKING FOR Hard Working, dependa-
ble, detail & multi-task oriented individual,
for delivery & maintenance of medical
.equipment & supplies. Must have neat ap-
pearance, excellent customer service
skills & excellent driving record. Back-
ground check is required by law. Apply in
person, Southeastern Medequip Inc. 905
North Third St. Jacksonville Beach.
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
Host/ Hostess, Servers, & kitchen utility.
Good money, casual atmosphere, very
busy, great people to work with. FT/PT.
LABORERS, HELPERS, Skilled personnel
(all types). Call 249-8147, or apply: 203
South 3rd Street, Jax Beach. Good pay &
LAWN MAINTENANCE. Apply 7am, TNT
Landscape. 1074 10th Ave. South, Jax
Beach. Bonus. 247-4477. '
BARTENDER NEEDED, 4 days only,
11am-7pm. Apply at 2206 Mayport Rd.
Surfside Pools seeking experienced
Warehouse Manager. Forklift and Safety
Operation a plus. Good salary & 'benefits.
Apply: Surfside Pools, 313 Beach Blvd.,.
246-2666, or fax resume: 249-8801, e-
SWIMMING POOL Construction. Top
pay & benefits. Palace Pools. 998-1811,
1155Cent r^al* Pkvjin #313. lav' FL
HAIR STYLIST needed @ Styles of
Ponte Vedra, located on corner of Mickler
and A1A. Up to 60% commission. Contact
Denise at 280-0494.
Join our team If you can excel at inside
sales & desire a fast-paced work environ-
ment, we may, have an excellent
opportunity for you. You willjoin a Nation-
al company & work in Ponte Vedra Beach.
Ideal candidate will have 1+ years experi-
ence inside sales, customer service, or
telemarketing, & excellent communication
skills. Ability to handle business accounts.
Base pay plus commissions. $25k plus.
FT, no evenings or weekends. PT avail.
Fax resume: (904)285-0010 or email:
YARD COMPANY Seeks dependable
help, neat appearance. Good pay, will
tllai, rlKwy -X,, .., .M LICENSED STYLISTS. Leadership &
* FT/PT positions in over 30 busy salons.
SHair Cuttery, (904)269-3403. EOE.
PERSON EXPERIENCED with cutting &
polishing granite, Jax Beach. 246-1172.
LAWN CARE helper needed. Drivers li-
cende & transportation required. Pay.
equal with exp. 285-2952
TIRE & OIL TECH Waniea Monday-Fri-
day. Call Bob, 241-5311.
TEACHERS & ASSISTANTS. FT/PT (In-
fants-5yrs.) Requires patience, reliability &
love, of children Pernormance based bo-
nuses Up to 2wKs vacation, paid liaining,
& caring management EOE. 242-9645.
1851 Beach Blvd 32250.
PONTE Vedra opportunity lor aniculate,
poised naoviaual who is able to rmuii-task.
COmpensation to 32K wiih excellent bene-
fits. EOE. Resumes to imoirlis@cntre com.
TERMITE/ GHP TECH. Clean DL good
beneflls.' pay All levels of experience con-
sdered. Some knowledge Of construction,
desirable The Delenders, Palm Valley,
285.2346. M-F. 8am-4"30pm.
Looking 1or an organic work experience?'
NaturarFoods Market is looking for vibrant
individuals with a passion lor organic &
Ihese skills Customer Service Sell moli-
vation/ excellent work eltlc. Desire to
lean & grow. Ordering skills & produce
experience a plus. Apply in person at 363
'Atlanlic Blvd., Sutes 7 & 8. Atlantic
Beech, ask lor Shelly or Naomi 246-2441
FACIAL SPECIALIST wihn clientele want-
ed. Also, Nail Tech w'.clienteie No acryi-
ics. Day Spa, Jax Beach. Call Miki,
BEACHES CAR Wasn- full time help
needed, Wages negonable- lips. Benefits
Avail. Apply in person, 1401 Beacn Blvd.
SERVERS. LINE Cook. Dishwashers,
Fine Dinina JJ's BisIro Ponie Vedra
273-7980 Gaie Parkway 996-7557
MEDICAL PERSONNEL needed M.A,
front-office, medical records, Billers, Tran.
scriplionists. Family Practice OBGYN.
and Dermatology experience preferred
Fax resume 636-0066.
Lead Carpenter/ Working Superintend-
ent needed by growing high-end builder
located at me Beaches area Require al-
lenlion to details, loois, ability to read
plans, and knowledge of all phases of res-
idential building process Best construc-
lion job at me Beach' 273-2207.
PAINTERS HELPER wanted. driver's
license a must. Cait 307-8012
FRAMING CARPENTERS. G C. Superin.
lendeni lor established company Drug
free work place. benefls 241-2721
ATLANTIC COAST Plumbing & tIle Help-
ers needed Learn a trade Heallh bene-
his, good hours, advancement opponuni-
ties Must have valid FL Drivers License.
Call 249-5381 for appi
COOK POSITION available, Monkey's
Uncle Tavern Apply in person- 1850 S
3rd ST. J.B.
ELECTRO- MECHANICAL Troubleshoot-
er Customer service exp necc Apply in
person. Sun Cruz Casino, 4378 Ocean
..S, Mayporn 249-9300_
TENNIS 'COURT Maintenance perior,
Full time. Deneits $8 50'hr. Club pnvileg.
es. Contact Carl ai 285-6166
COOKS, Prep Cooks, all shifts Food &
Beverage Supervisor Apply Sun Cruz
Casino, 4378 Ocean Si. Mayport.
Jax Beach grow ing company needs
organized. marketing focused
Executide Assistant with ability ro
multi-task. Must test at 60 % pm and
ha'e exceUlent verbal and wrtnen
communication skills. Experience
in Excel and PomerPomt is a must.
CompetitIve salary and great
benehi packet. NM-F 8am-5:30pm.
Email resume to ,
or fax to 241-7333
Join our team of
No Nights or Weekends
app4p int p"ieona to:
2201 Florida Blvd.
Sneakers Sports Grille
All Star Team
Now Interviewing for:
Apply in person at
111 Beach Blvd., Jax Beach
Online at SneakersSportsGrille.com
Or fax resumes to (904) 482-1014 attn: HR Dept.
Sneakers Sports Grille
is an Equal Opportunity Employer
A Drug-Free Workplace
LEAD CARPENTER: Experience with
renovation and new construction; salary
'position w/benfit package; company vehi-
cle potential 904-285-3663.
EXPERIENCED LINE Cooks..needed.
Nights. Apply in person Campeche Bay
Cantina, 127 1st Ave. North, Jax Beach.
Top Wages. 249-3322.
Needed for immediate F,T & P.'T posi-
tions. Requirements: Class "D" security li-
'cense, HS Diploma or GED, clean back-
ground and drug free. Excellent pay and
Benefits. Qualified candidates may fax re-
sumes to: (904)281-0084 or apply at: First
Coast Security Services 6817 South-
point Pkwy. #1001; Jacksonville, Fl
CASHIERS NEEDED, FT/PT, Proctor Ace
Hardware & Garden Center. 580 Atlantic
Blvd., Neplune Beach Apply In person.
CUSTOMER SERVICE, inside sales. Our
growing interned company in Aliantic
Beach has an excellent opponunity for a
fulltime energetic team member. Ideal
candidate will have 1 plus years experi-
ence inside sales or cuslorimer service.
and excellent communicalior, computer
and niernei skills Base pay bonus.' com-
mission, $25 30K plus. No evenings no
weekends Email resume kciausen@ln-
Bushong Insurance, one of Florida's Prop-
erty/ Casualty Insurance Brokers, desires
a candidate to assist it's Commercial and
Personal Lines Departments. Applicants
must be detail oriented and possess ex-
cellent computer skills. For consideration,
fax resume to 285-5161.
ADMIN. ASSISTANT- Cheerful, professio-
nal appearing person for office in Jax Bch.
Full or part-time. Some weekends re-
quired. $9/hr. Apply in person or bring re-
sume to All South Realty, 3090 South 3rd
St., Jax Bch.
LOOKING FOR Liquor Store Clerk, Bar-
tender, Door Guy.. Must be able to work
days, nights, weekends, and holidays.
Must pass drug test and background
check. Call Robert @ 465-0149..
BARTENDER NEEDED,. Daytime. Apply
at 2840 Mayport Rd.
BURDENBEARER SERVICES needs reli-
able cleaning help. Residential/Commer-
cial. Call 242-9358.
EXPERIENCED SERVERS needed for
Continental Restaurant. Apply in person at
Max's,. 1312 Beach Blvd., 247-6820.
CITY of Atlantic Beach. $10.53/hr.,
$421 .20/wk., $21,902.40/yr.: Responsible
for maintaining planted materials & land-
scaping within the City. Valid FL Driver's
License. Must be able to obtain First Aid &
CPR cert. within 6 mths. of hire. Applica-
tions accepted until 3/29/06,800 Seminole
Rd., Atlantic Beach, FL 32233. For more
info call (904)247-5820 or visit
www.coab.us. No smokers/ tobacco
users. Drug testing conducted. EOE.
Responsible for client services, security
and maintenance supervision. Coordi-
nates with .meal groups'and other volun-
teers. Maintains client records and up-
dates information to cae manager. Basic
computer skills required AA Degree anal
or two years experience in social sen, ices
Experience wih homeless clients prefer-
red. Full-time plus benefits. Send resumes
to Director, 800 Shetter Ave., Jacksonville
Beach. FL 32250 or FAX to 241-7340.
Daytime phone number must be included
for call back to schedule interview.
HAIR STYLIST needed ai Pepi's in Jax
Beach Up to 60' commission Call Tina
Joi thetea tht mkescaing orpepl f-
Positions Available U
Guest Service Agent Cafe on the Green Server .
Banquet Supervisor Maintenance Engineer '
Bartender Room Service Server *
Lead Cook Room Service Supervisor U
Cook I Starbucks Attendant
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
General Contractors, Inc.
Atlantic Beach, FL 32233
-.-- .. Since 1987
Looking for Qualified & Experienced individuals
Clerical, PM Assistants
Our Wages and Benefits Packages are second to none!
401K & Profit Sharing
Fax or e-mail resume to:
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE
We are currently accepting applications for energetic, customer
service oriented team members for the following positions:
PM Ladies Locker Room Attendant
Gym Front Desk (PT)
Dining Room Attendant
PM Turndown (PT)
Front Desk Reception/Reservations FT/PT
Room Service Servers
Fitness Instructor Yoga,
Spinning & Water Aerobics
Dining Room Attendants
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
For additional information call 280-6076
See current openings at: Profiles.hospitalityonline.com/211464
Drug Free Workplace EOE
At Pnnt Vrlram R'anrh
The Beaches Leader/Ponte Vedra Leader
iYIarlL. t, J. 5
LOOKING FOR a New Profession? High
Year-End Income. Excellent benefits to in-
clude profit sharing. Atlantic Beach.
Fax resume: 221-2705.
NEEDED: DANCERS & DJ's. Day and
Night. Apply at 2840 Mayport Rd. or call
MAINTENANCE, VENUS is looking for a
handyman to work In our Building Mainte-
nance Dept. General maintenance skills
required. Mon.-Fri., 8am-4:30pm. Call
Cathy at 645-6000 prompt 3 for immediate
TAXI DRIVERS Wanted. Clean driving re-
cord required. Call April, 246-9999.
CUSTODIAN- BEACHES church. Clean-
ing, light malnt. Ref's, background check.
$8.25+ hr. depending on exp. 710-8370.
JAMI'S, JCC. Upscale women's retail
clothing stores in Ponte Vedra. Manage-
ment & Sales Positions available. Fax re-,
sume to (239)262-2954.
NADER'S PEST RAIDERS. We have an
opening within our organization for service
perponel.. Competitive salary. You must
possess a good driving record, Our com-
pany has full benefits with retirement, bo-
nuses, paid vacation and holidays. We
have a great worKing environment We
have been in business or over 14 years
Fax resume Io 273-0682 or liii out an 3p-
plication @ 10066 Sawgrass Drive Wesi.
Ponle Vedra Beach
. ., .:. ,*.
SERVICE TECHNICIAN. Local pool com-
pany seeking experienced service techni-
cian. Must have knowledge of pumps, fil-
ters, heaters, and chemical automation.
systems, 3-5 years experience, pool re-
modeling skills a plus. Salary dependent
on experience. Excellent customer service
skills, full benefits, 401k. Fax resume to.
Surfside Pools Jax Beach at 904-249-
8801 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOUSE CLEANERS NEEDED. Southside
and Beaches. Work, in teams of three.
Must have own transportation, valid driv-
er's license, Approximately $175/wk to
slan. Moday-Friday, no nights/weekends.
Home Cleaning Centers of America
Full-time. Appliance Inslallations.' Punch
Out, at a premier retirement community.
Excellent benelis Applications at Fleet
Landing Securiry Gale, One Fleie Landing
Bivd Allantic Beach, FL: Fax to 904-246-
9447 e-mail to email@example.com
SEOE Drug-Free Workplace
LULU'S WATERFRONT GRILLE
Line Cook Good money casual aimos.
phere, very busy, great people to work
with. FT/PT: 285-0139.
Full-Time with grea1 Denelils and *ork en-
vironmeni al a premier reirremeni corn.
muniry. Experience preferred. Apphi:a-
lions available at Fleet Landing Secunry
Gale, One Fleet Landing Bivd Atlaniic
Beach. FL 32233- Fax to 904-246-9447.
email to firstname.lastname@example.org EOE
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF
MAKE A REAL DIFFERENCE
Avanie at Jacksonville Beach. a 165 beod
skilled nursing and rehab center currently
seeks a muitiasK-onenled nursing proiis-
sional to plan organize, develop and di.
recl daily functions as well as educational
programs lor ine Nursing Services depan-
meni must nave RN licensure ability to
plant develop new programs exp. in nos-
pital or LTC facility, be flexible & have a
positive attitude toward Ine elderly. Avante
offers excellent compensation & premium
benehils. including 401(k) Please tax re-
sume to (904)249-8208 or apply in person
at 1504 Seabreeze Avenue, Jacksonviile
Beacn. FL 32250 EOE
COOKS FOR busy breakfast & lunch res.
S lauran PVB Musti work week-nds Apply
in person Players Cafe. 262 S,:ria, Pa.
Call Don or Crr.s lor appohil're.tJ"
CONSTRUCTION WORKER w.,valid Foi.
da Driver s License. Experience helpful
DUl will train Good salary & beneills Ap.
ply ai Suriside Pools. 313 Beach Bhi r
246-2666 or lax resume 10. 249.8801,
e-mail surfsidepools@aol corn
Full Time in our Companion Services De-
partmeni at a premier retirement commun-
ity ideal candidate will i ave experience
creating stating schedules to meel cus-
idmer demand, maintain Dbilling logs, su.
pervine state and nave strong communica-
lion skills. Excellent work environment and
benels. Applications al Fleet Landing Se-
curity Gare, One Fleet Landing Blvd Al-
lantic Beach, FL; Fax to10 9041246-9447:
email o1: email@example.com EOE'
I AM a babysitter from Spain looking to
care for children of all ages. I will provide
care for your child/ children in the morn-
ings, evenings, holidays and even on spe-
cial occasions. References will be provid-
ed. I currently live in the Arlington area of
Jacksonville with my Navy retiree hus-
band. Call (904)374-5253.
ACTIVE 'NANNY- honest, dependable,
transportation & references. $9-$11/hr.,
any area. CPR & First Aid. F/T & P/T.
HOME HEALTH aid avail to do 12 or 24
hour care in your home. Reliable&. Good
references. 536-8459 please leave msg.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .
CAREGIVER WOULD like to help take
care of you. Experienced in all phases of
caregiving. Lots of compassion. 379-4717.
LAWN EQUIPMENT package: 16' trailer
and commercial mower, edger, trimmer,
blower, $3000. 285-2952.
HOT TUBS 7-Persor, Whirlpool spa
psckage'$800 as ,. -. Person sell con-
laired. wir cover i'750 534-3336
SCREEH HOUSE 10i.N10 Jening & prn.
vacy panels Musi see Wanied $350, now
$200. Conair'deluxe, thermal spa/remote,
'DIAMOND 71.25CT ladles engagement
ring, $1395 241-5666.
CLEAN, QUALITY, Queen-size bed WITH
FRAME, $120., 2 Twin beds WITH
FRAMES, $80/ea. Can Deliver. 246-1832.
3 COMPARTMENT (True) beer cooler.'
$350 as Is. Can see at 1418 Roxie, May-
COUCH, & Loveseat, pull-out bed. Peach'
& 'blue Hibiscus flower print. $250.
Couch &. loveseat, blue, 'green, beige
stripes, $200.; 534-3336.
OUTDOOR PAVILLION in Ponte Vedra
for special events. full Kilcnen and resi-
rooms Great lor graduation parties meel-
ings ,? lamiry reunors Call 285-5347
FULL SIZE mattress and box-Spriing in
vert good condtnicn 5i 25 294t 1121
BED- BEAUTIFUL' Temp-pedic Memory
Foam mattress & boxspring, new in
plastic v',watrantry ,379 Mjsi seli...
BEAUTiFUL KIriCADE 9p.: Ighl. solid
maple dining room. includes cr.hina & bul-
fet. 1850 246-3200, 208-0273. '
5PC MAHOGANY Bedroom $295 Double
dresser w/mirror $75 249.0505
WASHER & Dryer. good condition $150.
BEDROOM- LARGE bureau wimirror. ar-
moire and night table (Colonial Pine, $250
OBO.. Call 223 4903 "
REFRIGERATOR, S/S, $250. Waterbed
W' pe.desia li175 Rec:umbeni exercise bi-
c:ycle 125 Treadmill 100 242-7218
DESIGNER. LAMINATED Flooring.
$ 7.5.' 30'. Iri.Cker iiill in box murst sell
GIVING AWAY lotr 695' OBO Works
LIKE BRAID t.Ieiin Glass dining room
able v,6 Parson criair; butfel and plan
Shell All ior $500 Call 904-716- 1145
'Marcnh 25r, and 26in. a.t iTe Morocco
Shrine 3800 Sr. Johns Blull Road i9AI.
Jacksonville Jlorn Fior.da Arms Collec-
tois nt.- (90-14461 02"3
WHIRLPOOL WASHER & Dryer $75.ea
,30 cay warranty. Deliver. $20 318-8173,
BED- FULL-SIZE .:herry sieqgn bed.,
C manries.-"& o:- I-p.nriQ uil sell $395
9(1.C p, ..r, 48a.3-9J50. 9
FOR SALE Call Johr, 273-3784
BED- BRAND" name queen set,
rine., *'wairantr.r' $129. Can deliver.
DARK GREE riberglas tIruck copper lor
sale, $250. 521-645-
NEUTRAL TONE. Sola. ieovseal, over-
stuffed chair and ortoman. 1400 6h Din.
ing ro.m ladle, 6 chairs, side stand $500.
tNASCAR TICKETS Bril.ol Tenn
-32E ,:6 121 Cup. i21 Busch hckets. Sell
lace ..alue 1904)626.6963
27FT CLASS-C w/Ford 460. Priced for
quick sale. $11,500. 246-8510.
84 S-10 Pick up, AT, A/C, good shape,
$1500 cash. 334-5288.
2001 ISUZU Rodeo, immaculate cond.,
PW/ PL, cruise, 4DR, AT, new tires, 2
tone paint, $7900. 887-9030.
AUDI 01, A4, 1.8T Quattro, silver, black
Interior, mileage:- 94,000, leather seats,
sliding sunroof, full loaded. $10.900. Call
Lenka cell: 904-864-1167
1998 BUICK Century, well maintained, all
power, clean, AC. $4200. 294-4191.
94 MX3, 5spd, new wheels, boombox,
sunroof, $2400 OBO. 334-5288.
1992 MERCURY Capri, AT, A/C, leaks oil
and some brake fluid $500. 246-8203,
2000 FORD XLT Ranger $5000 OBO.'
Good condition. Call (904)285-3879 1994 OLDS Cuiless Sierra, 4-dr, A/T, A/C
runs great, $1150 OBO 716-2586.
S I -1z.i93 3 DI6 Aiianiic IlVO.I
MOVING SALEI 3119 Albatross Circle,
Beachwood Subdivision. Fri., Sat., Sun.,
* M:.n. 8am 5prrm Tools, clothing, furniture,
huge Jaguars collection, huge Xmas col-
Slecton, household/ yard items, much
more. .. ..
RUMMAGE SALE. 03 31 04'01 Indoors.
Spaces to reni outside Jacksonville
Beaches Womans Club 1315 2nd Ave
Nortn 246-2737, 249-0786
'HUGE GARAGE Salel Furn., tools,, bikes,
lots of household items. Saturday, 8-2pr,
1625 8.5th St. ,
,SKI AND Goil equiprmeni. original art,
hand painted mail oxes and coors Lots
of other goodies. Friday and Saturday
9am-lpm 615 16th Ave. South..
BABY STUFF, clothes, household and
misc. Saturday, 8am-?, 1210 4th Ave. N.
OLD AND New good stuff. Friday, Satur-
day, 700 block 9th Ave. S.
STOVE FURNITURE. baby items, cloth-
Ing, more 1930 Tara Cl off Kings Rd.
Sal Sun 8am-4pm
GOOD STUFFi Spons Ilems. etc 205
Cnerry St Saiurday. 8am-12noon.
2-FAMILY HUGE Selection. -'Summer
Sands. 1522 Sandoollar Circle. Saturday,
567 CLIPPERSHIP Lane iSeaspray) Lots
Oi stuff inai needs to go Sal, 8am-lpm
THREE. FAMILY sale Ciolnes, lurnirure.
books. mGsc iaems Saturday, 9am-4pm
325 Garden Lane.
MuLTI-FAMILi' GARAGE Sales Friday,
17in More on me 18th Saturday Paradise
Cove turn off .taypon Rd 10o Levi, lfolo
signs Si Patrlnck's Day Bring your
green $ Wood desk. t.KEs HO train set,
lamps edger's, elecornics. books, wom-
an's clothing, idols computer lurniture.
'ramed an toys. baby/ iems. antique bis-
iro table A chairs Homelite 4400 8hnp
FRIDAY SATURDAY 83m-2pm, 1307
Palmer SI, near Ferry Fishing gear
SATURDAY. 8AM-12PM 41 Seawinds
Lane E. off Corona Rd. GE gas stove,
framed golf prinls. dog crales and more.
GARAGE SALE of the Centuryl Friday,
Saturday, 9am-4pm 272 Odoms Mill Blvd
(off CR 210
MOVING TOOLS. inens, goil clubs.
Chrsimas riems. lots ol odds & ends. Sal-
urda, 8am-lpm 2140 El Lago Way San
Pabc. Creei, Ado3iion.
-3. F,MlY -'r'ad-Sale: Belmoni takes Sub
division Allantic Blvd and MHckory Creek
Rd across Irom Kensingioni Sat./Sun.,
MIULTI FAMIL' Saturday. 8am. Ibis Poinl
orf San Pablo Road
HUGE GARAGE SALE Friday, Saturday.
8am.lpm. 244 East Sondra Cove Trail
(Vilas ai Cross Creeki An, baby items,
TV s, ciean air unit, roil-lop desk. clothing,
2 FAMILY Garage .Sale- household items.
bookshelves. clothes. kids & adults.
books. corripuier games Sat 3'18. Sun
3 19. 8arm il' 1684 Bermuda Rd
MOViNG SALE 3119 Albatross Circle,
Beacnwood Subdivision Furniture. cloth-
ing. lools household items. lootbali &
Christmas collections, rmucn more. 8am-
5pm Friday. Saturday, Sunday. Monday.
SATURDAY 8AM-1PM Isle of Palms
4314 Tideview Drive. Moving, must sell
2002 FORD Explorer- Eddie Bauer.
62,870 miles, original owner, $15,000.
1990 MERCEDES SE300, exc. condition
205,000 miles., $4800 OBO, 813-1200.
94 NISSAN Altima, AT, A/C, new tires,
$1500 cash. 334-5288
...... 2000'TOYOTA Solara, immaculate cond.,
98 OLDS Acheiva, 104,000mi., loaded, low miles, 4 cyl., AT, PW/PL, cruise, CD,
$1'900 OBO. 334-5288. new tires, $9800 OBO. 887-9030'..
HERMON'S MULTIPLE SERVICE
Specializing in Commercial and Residen-
ltial Cleaning. Lawn Care, Auto Cleaning.
Window Cleaning, Janitorial Services, etc.
Call Hermon. 246-4238. 612-1755.
PROFESSIONAL CLEANING, dependa-
ble Reasonable rates, free estimates. Call
Roxanne (904 477-5398.
$10 OFF 1ST S 2ND CLEANING
LiCENSED. INSURED & bonded cleaning
service. Now accepting new clients Low-
est rates at the beach Please call for free
MATURE WOMAN w/experience look-
ing for private homes to clean. Ref's
available. Call 642-2430.
CLEAN TO SHINE. Our company commit-
ment is 100. Customer Sanslaction at
Affordable Prices We clean homes, apart-
ments. offices, new construction and res-
taurants. Lawn mowing also available.
For a free estimate call 514-7009 or
19041317-7840 We will neat any company
I CLEAN/ Paint nouses w/good releren-
ces, good prices Ask lor John or Evelyn
NEIGHBORHOOD ELECTRICIAN. Free
Estimates No lob too small. Call
WOOD Fence Specialist. Install, replace
35yrs Experience Relerences Mick Out-
door Enterprises. 241-7276, 838-9599.
BEACH BOYS. Year-Round Delivery.
$65. truck toad. Ranger Special. 759-1612
IF YOU are interested in advenising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
maill, classified -5beachesieader.com
WIN5UH LAWN service, Inc. uompeinive
rates Call Alan 237-5301
Dependable Quality Service. Reasonable
C & T Lawn Service year-round service.
mowing, edging, Irimming shrubs, mulch-
ing. laying sod. Free estimates. Call
246-2412 925 Plaza Drive All Bch.
PALM TREES. Hedges Trimmed. Yard
Clean-ups. Mulching, Sodding, whatever it
lakes. etic. Dave 249-4724.
WE LISTEN. Landscape by Linus Quality
priced right, Bi-monthly, 32233 Discount.
CHEAP MOE'S. Quality, priced right'
Free estimates Beacnes, West Beaches
& PV. 294-2269
COMPLETE LAWN & Landscape Mainte-
nance. 1-time clean-outs or year-round
accounts. 12-years prolessiona exp. Free
estimates. Call KirK 370-0065.
A NATIVE SUN LAWN AND LAND-
SCAPE MANAGEMENT. Total Lawn
Maintenance. Clean-ups. Sodding. Mulch-
ing, Re-planting available. Free estimates
* WASHINGTONIA PALMS QUEEN PALMS
r PALM TREES
PRESSURE WASHERS lor rent or sale.
Tucker Equipment Rental 246-1330.
Hot/Cold Water Pressure Cleaning Mold.
mildew specialist. Roofs, sidewalks, drive-
ways, decks. Residential/Commercial.
Scensed/Insured Free Estimates.
1969 CJ5 Jeep, $2000. Call 553-7203.
1971 VOLKSWAGEN Super Beetle, white,
black interior. $2500. (904)599-2090.
DAVID'S POOL Service Weekly cleaning
Most residential pools $25'week+ chemi-
cals. Licensed. Insured. Pool ciean-ups
our specialty We make "your ifle a lille
DEMO HOMESITES warned now! For ine
New Kayak Pool! The on-grouna pool wim
in-ground features! Unique opponuniry
Save $ Call (866)348.7560 Free Est.
IF YOU are interested in advertising under
this category please call 904-249-9033 or
CARPENTRY & TRIM INC.
State Certified Contractor (Hands-on)
New construction/addilions remodeling
kitchen & bain. lermite damage, Bon.
TWO M CONSTRUCTION
Repairs, specializing in lermile damage
Remodeling, Renovations Additions. Cer-
ilied Builder, CBC 1253447. 249-7082.
ALLIANCE BUILDER Group. Inc. General
Contractor CGC 1505263 All types of
construction. New homes, room addimons.
.eic. Free estimates. (9041234-1179
Specializing in Remodeling.
Additions. Decks. Repairs.
Roof Repai-r & Re-Roofing
for the home or office.
10 lOt, discounls for
Seniors & Mlitary!
All Credit Cards AccepLed
Certified Builder Certified Roofer
Lic CB.-C595336 Lbe. CC<: 1325888
MMeb-er dl the Brnpr B..,..,,-. Burau.
BUDGET LAWN Care Service. Mowing,
trimming, edging, cleanup. Free esti-
mates, call Mike. 616-4381
LAW ISCP V. 65
OCEANSIDE CLEANING INDUSTRIES
Safe roof cleaning. Deck & fence
restoration Pressure washing Licensed &
Insured. Call Kevin 994-0045.
C&J. HANDYMAN Services.' Carpentry,
Drywall,' Painting, Paperhanging, Tiling,
etc. Licensed. Insured. 955-0593,
KP'HOME IMPROVEMENT INC
Painting, carpentry, water proofing, pres-
sure washing, tile work, drywall.
ROOFING. IN-TOWN prices @ the
Beach. 25yrs. .experience. 962-5876.
PRIME MAINTENANCE, INC. A Profes-
sional Lawn Maintenance Co. FREE
PROFESSIONAL LAWN service. We mow
lawns. Free estimates. 246-0967. ,
WORKING PARTNER/ Manager. 6 hour
day, beaches retail/ food. No investment.
Call C. Lee at 509-8883.
CHILD CARE, mature, experienced & flex-
ible. Lots of attention. Good references.
OAK BUFFET, 1930's Old English, carved
wood doors. $150. 249-5135.
HEART PINE, tongue '& groove flooring
cut from antique Pine timbers. Installation,'
stair material. FLORIDA HEARTWOOD
10FT CARIBE, 1994, inflatable, Hypalon
hull, trailer, $2000. 993-1979.
HONDA SHADOW incl. accessories. 48
orig. miles, garage kept, $5500. 247-1417.
2002 YAMAHA, V-Star 650, loaded, low
miles, $4000 OBO. 247-8995.
winter tree trimming. Seniors, 50% OFF.
Licensed, insured, 30yrs. .242-2546,
CUT RITE Tree Service. Tree trimming/
stump grinding. Tree removal/ storm clean
up. All debris removal/ firewood.
TILE ENTRANCEWAYS Add Beautyl Call
Frank Reid, 285-6943 or 762-8498.
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