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Title: The Kings Bay periscope
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Naval Submarine Base (Kings Bay, Ga.)
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TSP
ID theives target
Thrift Savings Plan participants

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CDC
CDC has programs for
children of all ages
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Fly High
Blue Angels looking
for members for 2008

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www.subasekb.navy.mil



2007 1


guidance



focuses on



execution


From Chief of Naval Operations Public Affairs
Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) Adm. Mike Mullen
released his annual guidance Feb. 2, calling for the
Navy to follow-through and rapidly execute on "every
plan, budget decision, strategy and policy we devise" to better
defend our nation and our national interests.
To meet this challenge, Mullen's 2007 Guidance reinforces
the Navy's vision, mission and guiding principles and priori-
ties -- which have not changed from last year. Those priorities
are: 1) to sustain combat readiness, 2) to build a fleet for the
future, and 3) to develop 21st Century leaders.
He also calls for "accountable execution" of key objectives
and identifies three specific focus areas for Navy leaders.
First among the focus areas is warfighting.
"While we continue to fight the war on terror we must also
contend with traditional threats from regional powers who
possess robust conventional, and in some cases, nuclear capa-
bilities," CNO wrote. "The freedom to conduct naval operations
in support of joint, allied and coalition operations -- assuring
access and projecting persistent combat power -- must be pre-
served through enduring, warfighting competencies. We are,
and will remain a warfighting, seagoing service."
The second focus area is building strong partnerships.
Mullen quoted the President's National Strategy for Maritime
Security, which states, "the safety and economic security
of the United States depends upon the secure use of the
world's oceans." It further notes that, "maritime security is
best achieved by blending public and private maritime secu-
rity activities on a global scale into an integrated effort that
addresses all maritime threats."
One key partnership concept which gained international
attention this past year is the "1,000-Ship Navy," a concept
for global maritime partnerships introduced by the CNO at
the International Sea Power Symposium in Newport, R.I. in
September 2005. Mullen said he was eager to find new ways to
implement the concept.
"Whenever and wherever the opportunity exists, we must
develop and sustain relationships that will help improve the
capacity of our emerging and enduring partners' maritime
forces, and help them achieve common desired effects,"
Mullen wrote. "We must encourage nations to provide secu-
rity within their territorial waters and to seal seams between
neighbors, either by accepting assistance to improve their own
capabilities, or through collective security and information
sharing arrangements."
The third focus area is diversity, which the CNO calls a stra-
tegic imperative for the Navy. He pointed to the fact that our
nation is a democracy founded on the promises of opportunity
for all, and because the nation's demographics continually
change, the Navy must change with it. "To the degree we truly
represent our democracy," he said, "we are a stronger, more
relevant armed force."
"Diversity is a leadership issue, and everyone is a leader,"
Mullen added. "Through our communications, education,
policies, programs and conduct, each of us must actively
foster environments where people are valued, respected, and
provided the opportunity to reach their full personal and pro-
fessional potential."
Mullen also shared a quick assessment of 2006 progress
toward his three priorities, stressing a series of accomplish-
ments.
"The Navy answered all bells in 2006," he wrote, making
special mention of the sacrifices by those serving as individ-
ual augmentees. "We met every demand by combatant com-
manders for well-trained, combat-ready forces -- conducting
combat operations, international disaster relief operations
and humanitarian missions. Navy individual augmentees con-
tinue to make significant contributions around the world in all
manner of joint and coalition billets."
He pointed to the 30-year shipbuilding plan the Navy sub-
mitted to Congress that will provide a balanced fleet of 313
ships by 2020, and said last year's Manpower, Personnel,
Training, and Education merger has already yielded efficien-
cies and effectiveness in workforce management.
"We developed a 'Path to Jointness,'" he said, "solved key
technical issues for Spiral I of the Sea Warrior system, and
completed Phase I (Assessment) of the Diversity Campaign
Plan."
He also acknowledged the newly-established Foreign Area
Officer program and said the Navy was "taking a close look
at foreign language requirements in support of expeditionary

See GUIDANCE, Page 7


www.kingsbayperiscope.com THURSDAY, February 8, 2007


Photo by MC2(SW) Michael Wiss
Students from Mamie Lou Gross Elementary School tie red ribbons together to show their bond to live a drug-free life. The
annual Red Ribbon Program was held Oct. 23-31 at all schools throughout Camden County. This program was the main effort
for NSB Kings Bay's Drug Free Program.


Photo by MC2(AW/NAC) Will Tonacchio
Sgt. Christopher Allison hits the weights during his lunch
hour to keep himself in top condition. NSB Kings Bay earned
the CN RSE Health and Fitness Flagship Award for provid-
ing instruction for health and physical education classes in
Camden County's schools.


Base earns top

community




flagship award


By MC2(SW) Michael Wiss
Periscope staff

NSB Kings Bay captured
top honors during the
Southeast RegionNavy
Community Service Program
competition for 2006. The base
received first place awards for
the flagships of Health, Safety
and Fitness and Campaign
Drug Free for their dedicated
service with the neighboring
Camden County community.
The major effort for the
flagship Drug Free Program is
the Red Ribbon activities held
Oct. 23-31, 2006. Red Ribbon
is a program that focuses and
educates individuals, fami-
lies and communities on the
destructive effects of drugs and
the positive life choices avail-
able. Many programs focus
on the prevention of drug
abuse, but this program is a
little different. This celebra-
tion is all about drug aware-


ness and helping children and
other members of the com-
munity be drug free through-
out their lives. According to
Mamie Lou Gross Elementary
Principal Dr. Darlene Bruce, it
is her duty as an educator and
as a member of a community
to help show the children the
right road toward becoming
a productive member of soci-
ety.
"Red Ribbon Week is a time
to teach children to say no
to drugs and yes to life," she
said. "Our goal throughout
the week is for children to
have the power to say no to
drugs which will harm their
lives. If we as educators can
teach children to say yes to the
good things in life and say no
to those which will tear you
apart, then we have done our
jobs."
The Health and Fitness

See AWARD, Page 7


Kings Bay concludes successful CFC


By MC2(SW) Michael Wiss
Periscope staff


The American Red Cross, American
Cancer Society and Defenders of
Wildlife were just a few of the more
than 20,000 charities that benefited from
the generosity of NSB Kings Bay military
and Department of Defense employees
during the annual Combined Federal
Campaign which ended Jan. 31.
Kings Bay Sailors, Marines and DoD
employees donated more than $230,000
for the annual campaign which began in
October of last year.
The CFC was established in 1961 by an
executive order to offer a single, unified
annual campaign that was well organized,
could be accomplished through payroll
deduction and could support a variety of
voluntary agencies. The mission of the
CFC is to support and to promote a volun-
tary program that is employee-focused,


cost-efficient and effective in providing
all federal employees the opportunity to
improve the quality of life for all.
"This is a very important program for
everyone to participate in. You never
know when you might need help from
charities," said CSC(SS) David Hall, NSB,
Kings Bay CFC Coordinator. "The CFC
is unique, all money contributed goes
to that charity directly, it does not go
toward overhead costs like some other
fund drives."
The CFC held many events to raise
money throughout the campaign. These
included hot dog and hamburger sales,


car washes and the most popular events
of a chili cook-off at the Trident Refit
Facility and a golf tournament held at the
Trident Lakes golf course on base. The
events helped raise a portion of the money
needed, most was donated through pay-
roll deductions. Many people donated
upwards of $200 and one instance of
a $1,200 personal donation. Although
many cannot afford this type of dona-
tion, according to CFC Loan Executive
CS 1(SS) Christopher Peddycoart, if every-
one could donate the money they feed the
snack machines, it could make a differ-
ence in helping someone in need.
'If you could donate that one or two
dollars you use for a soda and a candy
bar, it could make a real difference in
someone's life;'," he said. "Everyone in my
thoughts knows someone or has received
help from one of the CFC charities at one

See CFC, Page 7


Vol. 42 Issue 6


CNO's






2 THE PERISCOPE, NSB KINGS BAY, Thursday, February 8, 2007


LOCAL NEWS & VIEWS


Briefly Speaking


Flu Shots
The NBHC Kings Bay Immunizations Clinic will give
out flu shots every Thursday and Friday morning from 8
to 11:30 a.m. to active duty servicemembers, their depen-
dents, retirees, retiree dependents, government employ-
ees, DoD civilians and Tri-care Standard patients. For
more information, call the immunizations clinic at 573-
8250.

Sub Ball Tickets Go on Sale
The 107th Enlisted Submarine Birthday Ball will held be
on April 21 at the Jekyll Island Convention Center. Tickets
are $40 each and include a collectable glass at the time
of purchase. Events include a cocktail party beginning
at 5 p.m., a scrumptious dinner followed by dancing in
the beautifully decorated ballroom. Hotel rooms are also
available at a reduced rate. Tickets are on sale now at the
Trident Training Facility. Call STSC Draluck at 573-3342
for details.

Name change for JASS, JCMS
As of Oct. 11, the former system titles of JASS and JCMS
willbe replacedwith a newtitle: CMS/Interactive Detailing.
The new Web site, www.cmsid.navy.mil, became available
Oct. 11. For more information on the change, contact your
command career counselor, detailer, or visit the enlisted
assignments page at www.npc.navy.mil.

Troops to Teachers
The Georgia Troops to Teachers Program provides eli-
gible service members up to $10,000 for becoming public
school teachers. Under the Spouse to Teachers Programs,
eligible military spouses may be reimbursed for the cost of
state required certification tests up to a total of $600.

New mail policy
If you live in the barracks, do not use your building and
room number as your address. Mail is not delivered to
the barracks. Using your command address will speed up
delivery of your mail and prevent delay. If you are assigned
to NSB Kings Bay, please include your work center in your
address. For civilians receiving official/job related mail
through the NSB Kings Bay Mailroom, include your com-
mand and work center in your address.

Official photo no longer required
According to MILPERSMAN article 1070-180, the need
for an official military photograph in an officer's file has
been eliminated, as adherence to physical standards is
noted on fitness reports and technology permits rapid
transmission of officer pictures when needed. This step
should also help modernize record management.

Commissary holiday hours
The NSB Kings Bay Commissary has implemented a
new holiday schedule. The commissary will close on the
Tuesday following Columbus Day, Christmas, New Year's
Day, Martin Luther King Day, President's Day, Memorial
Day and Labor Day. The commissary will also close on
Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July, but will remain open
on Veterans Day.

Help NMCRS help others
Now, more than ever, you can help at Navy-Marine
Corps Relief Society. Death or serious illness in the imme-
diate family, rent/mortgage, utilities, food, car repair, car
payment, insurance, dental, medical ... you can make
a difference in the life of a fellow NSB Kings Bay family
members! You can provide them with the funds, education
and tools to find solutions to their emergency needs. Call
573-3928 today. Childcare and mileage are reimbursed for
volunteers.

Protect your base identification
Operational Security is the responsibility of all hands.
Controlling access to the base is one of the most important
roles of our security force as they provide a safe and secure
environment for all of us. Control of your issued base
access badge is a critical component of controlling base
access. Do not leave your badge unattended, especially in
your vehicle, the gym locker room, or other places where
it could be stolen.

Have you completed your PHA?
All active-duty personnel require a Preventive Health
Assessment annually. The assessment must be complete
within the past 12 months in order to participate in the
semi-annual command fitness assessment or the reme-
dial fitness program. A PHA consists of a one-on-one
review of your health record and health status with a Naval
Branch Halth Clinic corpsman. This includes updating
your record for deployment. A PHA is not the same as
a medical screening for the CFA, which must be done
separately. PHAs should be scheduled in the same month
as your birthday. Call Military Medicine at 573-8801 to


See more BRIEFLY SPEAKING, Page 6


ID thieves target TSP members


By MCSA Dmitry
Chepusov
Periscope staff


Many servicemembers
allow a good chunk
of their paycheck to
be invested in various corpo-
rations with the help of the
Thrift Savings Plan system
every month. This money is
collected over many years by
active duty Sailors who want
to build up their assets and
save for retirement. But what
if one day you were to find that
your TSP savings accounts
are missing several thousand
dollars? One month ago
the Army's Computer Crime
Investigative Unit learned that
two dozen TSP participants
had small amounts withdrawn
from their accounts totaling
$35,000.
The Joint Task Force Global
Network Operations notified
all applicable organizations
last week via a cyber crime
alert notice that personal
computer systems are likely
vulnerable to identity theft if
not properly secured by fire-
walls, anti-virus software and
spyware detecting software.
"We already warned our
NMCI users at Kings Bay of
spam sent in an attempt to
steal an identity by imper-
sonating legitimate financial
institutions," said Bonnie
Guinn, Kings Bay Information
Systems security officer. "This
problem is a result of home
users not having adequately
secure desktops and laptops."


Key logging software origi-
nally designed to find errors in
computer programming code
was used by cyber thieves to
get SSN and pin information
from their TSP account hold-
ing victims. Once the key log-
ging virus is running in the
background, without the user's
knowledge, the thieve retrieves
the keystroke log after several
days to see if anything of value
is available. This information
can then be sold at the black
cyber market.
"In order to know how to
protect the personal computer
from Internet thieves, users
need to understand how these
crimes are being committed in
the first place," said Philippe
Gonzalez, Financial Counselor


at the Fleet and Family Support
Center at Kings Bay. "TSP is
going to take some additional
precautions on their website.
They will start to use some-
thing besides social security
numbers for user logins."
According to the CCIU Cyber
Crime Alert Notice, The Joint
Task Force for Global Network
Operations offers free antivirus
software for DoD personnel to
use on home computers. The
software can be downloaded
only from a .mil computer
with CAC and PIN authenti-
cation at https://www.jtfgno.
mil/antivirus/home use.htm.
Additionally, spy-detecting
software is available for free on
the Internet. One well-known
program is called Spybot:


Search and Destroy, and can
be found at www.spybot.com.
"If a personal computer
does not have an adequate
firewall, an experienced
hacker will not have trouble
exploiting the security holes
of the user's operating system
to gain access," said Guinn.
"Key logging software can be
installed like a virus on any
system without the latest virus
scanning software."
Other spy software is not
as dangerous, but can also
aid cyber criminals. Internet
cookies are little files created
to store information about
which website the user has
visited and any information
like credit card numbers and
mailing address. These cook-
ies are saved to the user's hard
drive, and are meant to save
time during form filling and
logging into websites. But if
malicious software is active on
the computer, all this infor-
mation may be invisibly sent
to third parties with criminal
intentions. This is where pro-
grams like Spybot can help
users ensure the security of
their home computers.
"Once users ensure they
have protected their home
computers, I'd advise them
to check their TSP accounts
several times throughout the
month in an effort to keep track
of their funds;'," said Gonzalez.
"Many criminals will try to
withdraw small amounts at
first to test the waters. I would
check every week until this
recent situation blows over."


By MC2(SW) Michael Wiss
Periscope staff


Tax season begins as soon as the W-
2 forms are issued this month and
will run through April 15. This is
also a time when getting that new car you
did not get for Christmas filters into the
thoughts of many Sailors and Marines.
Many tax preparation companies offer
the enticement of "Instant money" to file
your taxes, and getting that cash for the
down payment. These are basically short
team loans at high-interest rates, which
is a loan against money that is already
yours.
For Sailors and Marines at NSB Kings
Bay there is a free service offered to make
sure you get every dollar that is coming to
you this tax season.
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance
(VITA) program offers free electronic tax
filing to all active duty, retired military
and their family members. The volun-


teers prepared more than 14,000 federal
and state tax refunds in the Southeast
region alone last year, saving Sailors over
a million dollars in fees and interest rates
that would have been paid to compa-
nies specializing in tax filing and instant
refunds.
"This is a great benefit for all military
members," saidLN2 RachelChristofferson,
NSB VITA coordinator. "We don't offer
same day refunds. If you can wait seven
to ten days to get your refund, Sailors will
not have to pay for a service we offer for
free:'
There are many reasons Sailors don't
take advantage of the VITA program. For
one many new Sailors don't know about
the program, and the promise of instant
money for an expensive item can be very
enticing and they can get caught up in the
impulse buy.
"This service can save military person-
nel upwards of $ 100 by using the free VITA
tax filing service," Christofferson said. "If
Sailors can wait a little while they won't
lose any money that is coming to them.
More than likely, that item they have to
have that instant will still be there a week
later."
An extra service VITA provides is the
BOOMER return, which is unique to the
submarine community. This is a tax
reduction for mileage from their home to
the submarine and for rent and utilities
when the sub is in port. When the sub is
in, Sailors have no where to live, unlike
surface ship where Sailors can reside on
the ship when home ported.
"Submarines are manned by two


different crews, so the ones not man-
ning the ship have no living conditions,"
Christofferson said. "This is one of the
few differences between the different
sides of the naval force."
One other problem that some military
personnel fall prey to is the non-legiti-
mate tax service that operates as a sort
of Payday loan service. They will give
you money now; take your tax return and
charge anywhere from 17-20% interest
rate.
The payday loan is a trap that routinely
brings financial devastation. One of these
victims was Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason
Withrow, a former Kings Bay Sailor.
Withrow originally borrowed $300 and
unable to pay it back kept rolling the
loan over. He said during this five-month
period he racked up $7,000 in interest
and didn't even pay on the principal loan
amount. According to a New York Times
article, Mid Atlantic Region Commander
Rear Adm. David Architzel states that
payday lending can harm the mission of
the military.
"The last thing you want is a young
Sailor programming a tomahawk missile
in the Persian Gulf who is worrying about
whether his car is being repossessed;'," he
said. "You want to know that military per-
sonnel are focused and paying attention.
When they are not paying attention bad
things happen."
The VITA IRS training will be held
Jan. 8-12 at Naval station, Mayport. The
VITA program will begin operation Jan. 23
when the W-2 forms become available on
the MyPay website.


THE, -- -- -- --


K I N B 5 S A 1 D E l R [ I A

NSB Kings Bay Commanding Officer
Capt. Mike McKinnon

NSB Kings Bay Public Affairs Officer
Ed Buczek

Editor
Mike England 573-4719

Staff
MC2(SW) Michael Wiss
MCSA Kenneth Abbate
MCSR Dmitry Chepusov

Photographer/Photo Lab Manager
MC2(AW) William Tonacchio 573-9623


The Kings Bay Periscope is an authorized newspaper published weekly on Thursday for forces afloat, tenant commands, base military
personnel and civilian employees of the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, Ga.
The editorial content of this newspaper is prepared, edited and provided by the public affairs office. News items and photos must be
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VITA offers free tax



preparation for Sailors





THE PERISCOPE, NSB KINGS BAY, Thursday, February 8, 2007 3


Everyone is responsible for workplace safety


By MCSN Kenneth Abbate
Periscope staff


Most people realize the importance of maintaining a
safe work environment. However, occasionally things
slip through the cracks and action is needed to cor-
rect a dangerous situation. That's where Workplace Mishap
Prevention comes in.
Everyone is in charge of WMP in their workplace. Not just
supervisors, but employees alike. Employees and supervisors
are both held accountable for ensuring their workplace is free
from hazards and that those hazards that are found are cor-
rected immediately to prevent any workplace mishaps from
occurring.
"Workplace Mishap Prevention affects everyone in the work-
force and all of their families," said Debra Simeone, Naval
Submarine Base Kings Bay safety and occupational health man-
ager. "If an employee gets hurt on the job, it could affect their
home life as well. Depending on the severity of the injury, the
injured employee/family member may not be able to contribute
to their household chores. This puts undue burden and stress
on the other family members that have to pick up the chores."
Workplace Mishap Prevention implements measures to keep
employees free from mishaps while at work. Elimination or
minimization of hazards can be done by engineering the safety
hazard out or fixing the deficiency when it is found.
Where engineering or administrative controls are not feasible,
appropriate personal protective equipment needs to be used to
keep employees from getting hurt or ill while performing their
job.
There are numerous programs in place to assist in imple-
menting workplace mishap prevention. One of the programs
that Kings Bay utilizes is called the Management Assessment
Program. The MAP is a safety inspection program used by
supervisors and employees conducted by walking through their
work areas using checklists to help them identify safety hazards.
It was put in place to set forth responsibilities and procedures
for conducting quarterly walk-through assessments and safety
inspections to ensure machinery spaces and equipment are kept


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operational, clean and in a preserved state.
The MAP promotes a working safety involvement with activity
senior managers and supervisors in the operations and related
activities at the deck-plate level. It also provides effective com-
munication between the safety office, senior staff and the work
force, enforcing the compliance with established policies and
procedures. Observations are intended to encourage and moti-
vate the work force and identify weaknesses in activity policies
for mishap prevention.


"The average Sailor needs to be aware of their surroundings
and take initiative to ensure their workspaces are inspected by
them," said Simeone. "Also, they must take initiative to ensure
any hazards found are corrected'."
One of the resources that sailors can utilize to ensure their
workplace is safe is Operational Risk Management. ORM gives
Sailors the steps to take to ensure their workplace is safe. ORM
is a five-step process in which you must identify hazards, assess
hazards, make risk decisions, implement controls and super-
vise.
Another resource that can be utilized is to follow the instruc-
tions that are already in place. If the Navy instruction says that
Sailors must wear seatbelts any time they are in a vehicle, then
our Sailors need to be wearing them. Another example is wear-
ing helmets when riding motorcycles. If the state says that you
don't need to wear a helmet, you still need to wear a helmet
because the Navy says you do.
"These requirements were "written in blood" meaning that
the Navy just didn't inadvertently come up with these require-
ments," said Simeone. 'They were put in place to keep our
people from dying."
WMP is important so employees can go home at night in one
piece without any disabling injuries or occupational diseases
- to their families that love them.
It is important so they can have productive lives on and off the
job. If a situation looks unsafe most likely it is unsafe. Report
anything you find to your supervisor. If you are not sure if it is a
safety hazard, don't hesitate to call the Safety Office at 573-2525
to come down and check it out.
"Mishap prevention is critical to mission success and opera-
tional readiness. In many cases, this has resulted in our positive
ability to execute the mission with less waste and resources,"
said NSB Kings Bay Commanding Officer Capt. Mike McKinnon.
"However, when people get hurt and equipment gets damaged
because of unsafe conditions, the overall impact on readiness
and to execute the mission is magnified in a negative way.
Mishap prevention is critical to our continuity of operations. It
enables us to provide mission unparalleled support to the fleet,
fighter and family."


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Ethan Krull (left) and Kadin Renn work side-by-side on arts and
crafts projects. With proper supervision, this type of activity
teaches the youngsters to share resources and space in an
effort to accomplish a goal.


As Ellen McNeil reads to her class, she asks challenging questions about the pictures and words she holds in her hands. The chil-
dren are engaged in this interactive environment every day and learn the importance of reading and paying attention early.





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Periscope staff


W th most Navy
spouses working
during the day, it
may become difficult to take
care of an infant or toddler.
Luckily, NSB Kings Bay has
a Child Development Center
with an outstanding program.
Although many Kings Bay mil-
itary families with newborns
tend to keep their children at
home until pre-K, it some-


times makes good sense for
mothers to enroll their chil-
dren at the CDC while working
during the day.
The Child Development
Center was built in 1987,
with several additions made
throughout the years. Now
the CDC can accommodate up
170 children including infants,
toddlers and pre-K. The cen-
ter is 100 percent efficient,
cooking and washing laundry
on premises.
The teachers at the CDC
are called education techni-
cians because they are part of
a meticulously organized sys-
tem, where even the color of
the apron worn means some-
thing.
Each caregiver has a mini-
mum of a Child Development
Associates Degree, with 32
hours of CDC orientation
training and four hours of
additional mandatory training
every month, including basic
first aid and CPR certification
as well as child abuse preven-
tion training.
"My one year old son stays at
the CDC during the day;'," said
Denise McCready. "I think that
the interaction he gets from
contact with the other children
and the individual attention
he gets from the teachers are
just wonderful. He is learning


how to walk and I know that he
is motivated to go beyond to
explore life during his days at
the center. What I love the most
about their program is that I am
always aware of what my son
is up to and what he is accom-
plishing during the day when I
can't spend time with him."'
"If the kids spend their first
years at home rather than in
school they won't learn how to
socialize," said Lead Education
Technician Melissa Hamby.
"It's still important to spend
time with their parents, but if a
child does not get to socialize
at an early age then it will be
more difficult later."
Aside from providing a
good learning environment,
the CDC offers exceptionally
trained educators who can
handle sensitive issues that
are likely to arise in a military
child's life. The children are
individually evaluated on a
daily basis and their portfolios
are kept up to date with nota-
tions of progress made and
even photographs of various
child interactions.
"The CDC helps build the
child's foundation for experi-
encing life to the fullest;' said
CDC Director Candy Dugan.
"We live in a fragile communi-
ty because many of our fathers
are on deployment for months


at a time. Children need the
daily consistency of learning
through play to build a good
foundation, and the CDC pro-
vides that. The teachers don't
just baby-sit the kids; they
actively stimulate and lead
them by good example'."
Daily activities at the CDC
include all types of education-
al games, puzzles, organized
culinary and arts-and-crafts
projects, education through
computers, active outside play,
group reading and mathemat-
ics, dining etiquette, nap time,
and many other activities.
"I am fascinatedwith the first
years of life because that age
group learns life's basics;'," said
Lead Education Technician
Sybil Pleiman. "Through the
nurturing, through the teach-
ing, through the examples, we
prepare them for life. Many
mothers ask us how we man-
age to keep our toddlers sit-
ting down for lunch at a table
together. This is just a small
part of what we do here."
According to CDC Director
Candy Dugan, it is more dif-
ficult to find an opening for
infants and toddlers than it is
for pre-K children. For ques-
tions about cost and space or
availability, contact the Child
Development Center front
desk at 573-3888.


Child Development Center students practice their alphabet using a helpful computer pro-
gram.


After an eventful morning and a filling lunch, Colby Pope passes out for an hour-long nap in
:his rack.


While Ellen McNeil reads with her class, Bernadette Dean sits to the side and takes notes of
individual reading and comprehension levels. This information is added to each child's port-
folio and allows the education technicians to provide additional individual attention to the
children.


Cody Creed uses his free time to master his art skills.





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During a brief sign language class, Zane Enos teaches his friends several expressions, while his teacher follows along.


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Gacaleen Revera offers little Jayden Penero a bisquit during brunch. "To a first-time visitor, it
is amazing to see the children sitting together at a table during lunch," said Revera. "Usually
kids will want to jump out of their seats or not eat, but we don't have trouble having our lunches
here."


The children in the infant room are six weeks to 12 months old, so it takes some talent and
constant individual attention to take care of these children. Education Aid Dawana Brock
feeds little Stephanie Haynes while simultaneously motivating Michael McCready to walk on
his own.
"This is the most fascinating age group," said Brock. "They learn how to walk, eat and all the
basics of life."







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Health Center can help you kick the habit


By Ely Melendez
Health Promotion Center
According to Campaign for Tobacco-Free
Kids, smoking kills more people than
alcohol, AIDS, car crashes, illegal drugs,
murders, and suicides combined. Thousands
more die from other tobacco related causes
such as smokeless tobacco use and fires caused
by smoking. You can not begin to estimate the
larger numbers who suffer from tobacco-relat-
ed health problems each year.
About 17percent of high school students in
Georgia smoke with 18.1 million cigarettes
bought or smoked by kids each year. Adult
smokers in Georgia are at 22percent and cause
$3.8 billion in smoking related productivity
losses in Georgia.
The Department of the Navy for Health
Promotion and Preventive Medicine reminds
us that as a Sailor, you are a shipmate trained
to fight and win against all enemies. Tobacco
is not often thought of as an enemy. An enemy


takes control and forces you to do things that
you don't want to do. But using tobacco is a
personal choice isn't it?
Well ...A Sailor who uses tobacco probably
started before joining the Navy and has kept on
using just to fit in with the group and to satisfy
a craving for tobacco.
This Sailor has probably tried to quit a cou-
ple of times, but couldn't because not using
tobacco felt really bad. So the Sailor went back
to using tobacco just to feel better.
It starts to sound a lot like an addiction. A
drug addict is physically addicted to what he
or she craves, has specific triggers that bring on
the urge to use the drug, and will put out a lot
of time, money and effort to use the drug and
satisfy the urge.
Sound like any smokers you know? Does it
sound like you? Sailors who smoke are most
likely addicted to tobacco. Addiction takes away
freedom. If you are addicted to tobacco, you are
not truly free. You may not believe that you are
addicted to tobacco.


You may think that it is a personal choice-
you like smoking and so you do it of your own
free will. Well, try this. November is Tobacco
Cessation month. Just stop smoking for a day,
24 hours. No big deal.
If you make it through the 24 hours with-
out getting fidgety, and crabby, and wanting a
cigarette more than anything else-then hey,
you're probably not addicted. But if you can't
make it 24 hours without getting all-bent-out-
of-shape, you probably are addicted. And you
need to make a plan to beat the addiction and
become tobacco free.
There are a lot of resources to help you
become tobacco free. The NSB Kings Bay Health
Promotion Center health care team located in
the fitness center stands ready to help. Call 573-
4237 to register for classes.
Let your health care providers, your friends,
and your family know that you are going to fight
tobacco addiction. Decide that no matter what
it takes, you are going to beat tobacco-you are
going to win. Just do it.


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Briefly Speaking

Continued from Page 2

Error in Feb. 1 issue
The woman in the photo on the bottom of page four was
incorrectly identified as Leonora Mills. Her name is actu-
ally Carla Maxwell. The Editor apologizes for the mistake.

Jacksonville Range Complex hearings
U.S. Fleet Forces Command will hold public hearings to
get the public's input on naval training in the Jacksonville
Range Complex. The complex consists of targets and
instrumented areas, airspace, surface and subsurface
operations areas and land range facilities located in South
Carolina, Georgia and Florida. The meetings will be held
to receive oral and written comments on environmental
concerns at public open houses to be held at the following
dates, times and locations:
Feb. 22, 5 to 8 p.m. at the Coastal Georgia Center in
Savannah, Ga.
Feb. 23, 5 to 8 p.m. at the Sea Turtle Inn, Atlantic Beach,
Fla.
Written comments must be postmarked by March 13
and should be mailed to: Naval Facilities Engineering
Command, Southeast, Building 135, PO Box 151, Ajax
Street, Jacksonville, Fla. 32212-0151, Attention: Mr. John
D. Conway.

Navy Lodge Kings Bay
Navy Lodge Kings Bay offers all the modern conve-
niences and amenities guests expect in a hotel room. Navy
Lodges feature oversized rooms with free coffee, free local
and 800 phone calls, free newspaper, cable TV with HBO,
fully equipped kitchens with microwaves, hair dryers, and
video rental. You'll also find housekeeping service, vend-
ing machines, guest laundry facilities as well as handi-
capped accessible and nonsmoking rooms. Call 882-6868
today to make your reservation. To make a reservation at
another Navy Lodge or to receive a Navy Lodge directory,
call 1-800-NAVY-INN, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week or
through our web site at www.navy-lodge.com.

New hours for Etowah Park
Etowah Park is now open daily from 6 a.m. to sunset.
The gate is now closed and locked each evening. MWR
will continue to issue keys for camping and groups, and
security will continue to patrol the area.

Notice!
An organization called Veterans Affairs Services is pro-
viding benefit and general information on the Department
of Veterans Affairs and gathering personal information on
veterans. This organization is not affiliated with the VA in
any way.

Housing waiting list now on net
Service members can now find out their position on the
waiting list for Navy Family Housing via the Internet. Visit
www.housing.navy.mil to see your status.

Fitness Center can help you meet goals
Do you want to improve your lifestyle and reach new
fitness goals? The Fitness Complex can help. One-stop
service is available through a partnership with the MWR
Fitness Complex staff and the Naval Ambulatory Care
Center Health Promotions Department, both of which are
housed at the Fitness Complex. Are you aware that MWR
fitness trainers are certified master trainers, and that all
MWR group exercise instructors are certified by nationally
recognized agencies? For fitness training information, call
573-8972 or 573-2485. The Health Promotions staff can
provide assistance with smoking cessation, stress manage-
ment, dietary guidance from a registered dietician, and
other health-care issues, as well as the "Ship Shape" pro-
gram. For information, call 573-4237.

Relief society offers uniforms
Are you aware that the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society
has a uniform locker? If you need uniform items, visit the
Fleet and Family Support Center and see if we have what
you need. For more information, call NMCRS at 573-3928.

Hunting, fishing licenses now good for 12 months
NSB Kings Bay hunting and fishing licenses are now
valid for 12 months from date of issue. Outdoor Adventures
sells both base and state licenses for your convenience. For
more information, call Outdoor Adventures at 573-8103.

NEX Gas Island
The NEX Gas Island now accepts Voyager Cards at the
pumps. We apologize for any inconvenience. Should you
experience any problems when using your card at the
pumps please notify Debbie Munoz at 573-8510.

Give us your suggestions for improving Periscope
Do you see an event on base you think deserves cover-
age in the Periscope? Let us know by calling editor Mike
England at 573-4719 or sending e-mail to periscopekb@
yahoo.com.


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America and all over the world.
0: What does CSC do?
A: CSC member charities provide a
multitude of services to people in
America and all over the world,
including: promoting Christianity,
educating children, feeding the hungry,
improving healthcare, communicating
the importance of family values,
defending and promoting religious
freedom and human rights, providing
disaster relief, and teaching job skills
and self-reliance.
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A WARD: Kings Bay sponsored


Georgia Area 16 Special Olympics


Continued from Page 1

Flagship is sponsored by the Chief of Naval
Education and Training which promotes
healthy lifestyles and fitness for all. Navy vol-
unteers provide instruction and mentoring to
supplement the health and physical education
classes offered in the Camden County Schools.
They help schedule lectures and practical
training focusing on nutrition, hygiene, mental
health, disease prevention, leisure skills devel-
opment and personal safety. One of the major
health and fitness events the base sponsors is
the annual Georgia Area 16 Special Olympics.
The Special Olympics is a program that pro-
vides people with special needs an opportunity
to compete in physical events, which would
improve their physical fitness and self-esteem.
According to RPl(FMF) Jason Madison, who
coordinated the 2006 event, the emphasis is not
on winning, but on having fun.


"I feel enriched being able to provide a help-
ing hand and provide moral support to the ath-
letes," he said. "Seeing how hard the athletes
try with what God gave them really opens up
your eyes and makes you proud to help bring
joy to their life."'
The base will now compete for the Navy level
individual NCSP awards and the Bainbridge
Award which names the overall Navy-wide top
Community service program.
According to NSB Community Relations
Manager Neil Guillebeau, these awards repre-
sent that the base is not just a neighbor, but also
a partner with everyone in Camden County.
"These awards, while presented in the name
of Kings Bay, are a community earned honor. It
would not have been possible without the sus-
tained partnership with the Camden County
schools, Chamber of Commerce and a host of
other local organizations'"


Photo by MC2(SW) Michael Wiss
NSB Kings Commanding Officer Capt. Mike McKinnon presents awards to students who par-
ticipated to the poster contest during the annual Red Ribbon celebration, held Oct. 23-31 at
various schools throughout Camden County.


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HM3 Kyle Mcintosh holds up the Food Pyramid, a basic guide to eating a variety of foods while
getting nutrients and right amount of calories to maintain or improve your weight. Navy vol-
unteers used tools like this to provide instruction and mentoring to supplement the health and
physical education classes offered in the Camden County Schools.


CFC: Contact is important

Continued from Page 1

time in their life. A lot of people don't understand what CFC
is all about. It helps people in everyday life situations where
help is needed."
Getting donations from 100 percent of all military members
is not the goal of the CFC, but rather to contact and offer the
opportunity to donate. Everyone gets the choice to donate
or if they cannot afford they can decline. Getting the word
out to all commands allows those who don't know about the
campaign a chance to donate to their favorite charity or help a
person they know or a neighbor who needs help from a charity
all at one time. According to Hall, who has received help from
the charities, contacting everyone helps increase the possible
donations.
"We know that not everyone can afford to donate money
for this cause, we don't expect everyone to participate;'," he
said. "By giving an opportunity, we are spreading the word to
hopefully get more donations, and make sure everyone knows
about what the cause is all about."
The leadership at NSB, Kings Bay were guides to explain
the importance of the fund raising drive. According to NSB,
Kings Bay Commanding Officer Capt. Mike McKinnon, it is up
to them to get the word out to make sure this is a success every
year.
"Everything rises and falls on leadership," he said. "You can
take this message back to your command and do something
about it and good things will happen. I encourage you as lead-
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missions."'
Mullen also made note in
the Guidance of the Maritime
Strategy currently under devel-
opment and the "1,000-Ship
Navy," has resonated well with
the leaders of maritime forces
around the world.
Though he pointed to vari-
ous initiatives underway to
support the "1,000-Ship Navy,"
including an upcoming Global
Fleet Stations pilot program in
the U.S. Southern Command
Area of Responsibility, he said
he was eager to explore newer
and more creative ideas.


The main theme throughout
the guidance is execution --
the act of simply getting things
done. "The challenges we face
today are not altogether for
today. They are for the future,
for our children and for their
children," said Mullen. "We
owe these future generations
nothing less than our best
effort to plan well, of course,
but to execute smartly those
things we plan."'
Mullen praised the work
of Navy Sailors, civilians and
families in defending freedom,
and made note of the long-
ranging, far reaching impact
the sea service continues to


have. "While our ground forc-
es are engaged in Iraq and
Afghanistan, the United States
Navy -- with its ability to deliv-
er global reach and persistent
presence -- will continue to
serve as a vital element of our
nation's "Strategic Reserve',
he said.
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our Sailors, civilians -- and
their families -- have set, as I
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Go red for women


By Cmdr. Kathleen Knight
Naval Hospital Jacksonville Wellness
Center

If you have heart disease,
or think you do, it's vital to
take action to protect your
heart health. Fortunately,
there's a lot you can do. Caring
for your heart is worth the
effort. Use the information
provided below to take charge
of your heart health.
Coronary heart disease is
the most common form of
heart disease. Usually referred
to as simply "heart disease,"
it is a disorder of the blood
vessels of the heart that can
lead to a heart attack. A heart
attack happens when an artery
becomes blocked, preventing
oxygen and nutrients from
getting to the heart.
Some women with heart
disease aren't too concerned
about their disorder because
they think it can be cured by
surgery. This is a myth. Heart
disease is a lifelong condition
- once you get it, you'll always
have it. But there is much you
can do to control heart dis-
ease, prevent a heart attack,
and increase your chances for
a long and vital life.
In most cases, the first step
is to get tested to find out for
sure if you have heart disease,
and, if so, how severe your
condition is. Most tests are
done outside the body and
are painless. Ask your doctor
which of the following tests are
right for you.
Why does your lifestyle mat-
ter? It affects many of the "risk
factors" for heart disease. Risk
factors are conditions or hab-
its that increase the chances of
developing a disease or hav-
ing it worsen. There are two
types of heart disease risk fac-
tors-those you can't change
and those you can control.
One risk factor that cannot
be changed is a family history
of early heart disease. Also, for
women, age becomes a risk
factor at 55. That's because,
after menopause, women are
more apt to get heart disease.
In part, this occurs because a
woman's production of estro-
gen drops. Also, middle age
is a time when women tend to
develop other risk factors for
heart disease. But many heart
disease risk factors can be
controlled by making changes
in your lifestyle and, in some
cases, by taking medication.
Cigarette smoking greatly
increases the risk of heart
attack and stroke, as well as
lung cancer and other serious
diseases. There is simply no
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On The Home Front


Divorce-proof your Navy marriage, Part 2


By Beth Wiruth
Periscope contributor


This week we continue
our look at successful
military marriages in
order to learn from their expe-
rience as we work to divorce-
proof our marriages.
Teri has been married to her
Sailor for twenty years. She is
one of the happiest women I
know and the love she and her
husband share is as vibrant
and passionate today as their
wedding day.
One thing she credits is their
commitment to quickly plug
into a church at each duty sta-
tion. That commitment has
been a strong foundation for
their marriage.
Statistics bear out Teri's
experience. A recent univer-
sity study reported that sev-
enty percent of happy, suc-


cessful marriages share a reli-
gious or spiritual life together.
Participating in religious or
spiritual communities pro-
vides couples with conviction,
training and support for their
marriage. Churches, mosques
and synagogues can meet
social needs as well as provide
a support community.
Glen and Joan Mears, a 38-
years-married couple and
military marriage counselors
encourage couples to build
a fortress around their mar-
riage. By this they mean to
build boundaries to prevent
destructive influences and
practices to undermine their
marriage.
Specifically they encourage
couples to build relationships
with like-minded couples who
are protecting and actively
building their marriages while
limiting contact with those


who would not value their
marriage vows.
The Mears offer deploy-
ment advice as well. Joan
offers, "Spouses, don't act
like you're single while your
Sailor is deployed. You are
undermining your marriage
when you do." Further Glen
speaks to the deployed Sailor,
"Decide before deployment
what boundaries you need to
protect your marriage. Find a
like-minded liberty-buddy to
spend time with and wisely
choose your liberty activities.
And...what happens at sea
DOES affect your marriage."'
I want to talk about the role
of alcohol in your marriage.
I'm going to be blunt alcohol
does not help you, your family
or marriage. I have received
too many calls from spouses
who went out with friends,
had a few drinks, ok, a few


too many drinks, made a poor
choice while under the influ-
ence of alcohol and their mar-
riage is now in shambles. I'm
going to propose a very radical
idea. Why not decide to not
drink unless you are with your
Sailor?
I know what I am asking you
to do and I can already hear
the protests. "You're asking
me to go 6 months (deploy-
ment) without as much as a
glass of wine?" No. I am asking
you to build a fortress around
your marriage. What is more
important to you? That glass
of wine or your marriage? You
decide.
Another tip is to "date your
spouse" Life is so full and
we can neglect our relation-
ship, friendship and love life.
Decide to date your spouse.
Set aside at least one night
every other week to go out to


dinner, go for a walk, or take in
a movie. Date, talk, romance
each other.
Divorce is too large a topic
for two small articles. However,
with a seventy percent divorce
rate among enlisted and a
growing rate among officers
it is a topic we cannot ignore
or nor can we hope our mar-
riage will be different without
a plan. We beat the odds by
deciding and working to build
a strong marriage.
Many bases offer mar-
riage classes and counseling.
Check with your Fleet and
Family Support Center for
their offerings. Don't forget
the Chaplain's office as well as
free marriage retreats offered
by CREDO. Local churches,
synagogues and mosques
often have marriage classes
and counseling as well. In
addition, there is no shortage


Beth Wiruth
Periscope contributor


of books written on marriage.
Avail yourself of every oppor-
tunity to learn from those
sources to build your strong,
successful and fulfilling Navy
marriage.
Questions or comments for
Beth? Contact her at beth.
wiruth@homefrontinfocus.
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Crooked Rivers preparing for annual heritage performance


By Paul Kraack
Periscope contributor


This Saturday, Crooked
Rivers "participation
gatherings;'," will be held
as the Crooked Rivers Council
prepares its second annual
cultural heritage performance
"Crooked Rivers: Fightin,'
Faith, and Family." The gath-
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for people to gain informa-
tion about and be a part of
this remarkable endeavor. The
gatherings will be on Saturday
at the CCHS Auditorium from
9 a.m. to noon and 2 to 4 p.m.


Potential cast members of all
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about Camden County's his-
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This year's show will feature
music and stories about the
stuff that binds us together
and divides us. Interested par-
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cast members, hear some of
the show's music and find
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sound. Take a chance and cre-
ate a special moment for you,


a friend, or with your fam-
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Rivers "participation gather-
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Auditorium.
Don't forget to see the CCHS
Drama Department's produc-
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this week. The show revis-
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bus boycott and its aftermath
tonight at 7 p.m. The show also
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Blue Angels seeking officers


and enlisted for 2008 tour


By Naval Flight
Demonstration Squadron
Public Affairs

T he Navy Flight

Demonstration
Squadron is encourag-
ing qualified Navy and Marine
Corps officers and enlisted to
apply for the 2008 season.
According to the Blue
Angels Opposing Solo pilot,
Lt. Cmdr. Kevin Davis, this
season's applications officer,
the squadron is seeking three
tactical jet pilots, a Marine C-
130 pilot and a maintenance
officer, and an administrative
officer for the 2009 season.
The squadron's enlisted
applications chief petty officer,
Chief Aviation Maintenance
Administrationman (AW) Bob
Sadak, said the team has a
variety of positions available
for Navy and Marine Corps
members at paygrades start-
ing as junior as petty officer
second class and sergeant.
Outstanding third class


petty officers also may be con-
sidered for the following rates
or NECs: aviation machinist's
mate, aviation electrician's
mate, aviation structural
mechanics (AM), aviation
structural mechanic (equip-
ment), aviation ordnanceman,
aviation electronics techni-
cian, aviation maintenance
administrationman (AZ), air-
crew survival equipmentman,
mass communication special-
ists, storekeeper, and yeoman.
The team also is looking for a
hospital corpsman first class
with an 8406 NEC, and chiefs
in the AZ and AM ratings.
"The application process is
easy," said Davis. "However,
the selection process is what's
difficult. It is an extremely fair
and time-consuming process,
but that is what is required to
uphold our 61-year tradition
of excellence.'
Command Master Chief
(AW/SW) Eric Hodge said that
enlisted applicants should
be exemplary Sailors and
Marines, who are willing to


work outside their area of
expertise and enjoy traveling.
"Our command mission is to
enhance recruiting and reten-
tion efforts," Hodge said. "But
we also serve as ambassadors
of goodwill, and bolster pride
and patriotism in American
citizens. It takes a special per-
son to be able to do that natu-
rally."
Hodge said that the com-
mand is unique because the
enlisted selection process
includes a majority of input
from the Sailors and Marines
currently assigned to the
team.
"Essentially, the crew mem-
bers nominate their reliefs,"
Hodge said. "Therefore, it's
important that we have many
applicants to consider."
"We have a very comprehen-
sive indoctrination program,
and we will properly train our
selectees. We're simply look-
ing for the best and bright-
est young men and women in
the Naval service," Sadak said.


"We want team players, who
are excellent communicators
and who really want to be the
backbone of the Blue Angels
organization:'
Davis said he hopes that
Sailors take this opportunity
to apply.
"We are encouraging all
qualified officers to consider
applying for the team, or at


least visit the application page
on our website," Davis said.
"The more applicants we have,
the tougher it is for us to make
a decision but that's exactly
what we want to happen. We
have a legacy to uphold, and
that is why we hand-pick the
most well-rounded, profes-
sional and charismatic avia-
tors and support officers in the


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Grass Roots Arts Funds to Support Work of Woodbine
Woman's Club
The Woodbine Woman's Club has been awarded funds though
the Grass Roots Arts Program for two projects in 2007. The club
will host Dr. Oded Borowski, professor in the Middle Eastern
Studies Department at Emory University in Atlanta Feb. 10.
Borowski will give a lecture at King of Peace Episcopal Church,
6230 Laurel Island Parkway, Kingsland at 5 p.m. His talk will
focus on "The Art of Living in Biblical Times" and will share
information from his archeological digs in Israel and research
from his extensive teaching and writing career. The Reverend
Frank Logue has generously offered the use of King of Peace
for this county-wide public presentation. A reception will fol-
low with time to meet Dr. Borowski. For more information, call
510-8958.
A second conservation and arts project is currently under-
way in Woodbine to establish the town as a bird sanctuary.
The Woodbine Woman's Club is partnering with the City of
Woodbine, Gateway Camden Industries, Camden County High
School Skills USA, and the Lion's Club to build and place blue-
bird nesting boxes establishing trails throughout neighborhoods
around the city and from Liza Rudolph Road north along the
old rail bed onto the River Walk. The path from the city one
mile south to Liza Rudolph Road is significant historically as
Woodbine's African-American school children walked the rail
track to the school house at Gethsemane Church Association
grounds. Currently in great need of stabilization and rehabilita-
tion, this school is still standing and could be saved by citizens
organizing to recover this historic building. For more informa-
tion, call 576-6991.
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 10-10
The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 10-10 teach a boating
and seamanship class every Tuesday and Thursday from 7 to
9 p.m. All classes will be held at the Georgia Marine Extension


Building, 715 Bay Street in Brunswick. This course is designed
for all new boat owners or those who are thinking about buying
a boat. It is also a prerequisite for the basic coastal navigation
course. Please register early, as this class will be limited to 30
students. For more information, call Al Dixon at 638-3979.
Kingsland Lions Club
The Kingsland Lions Club meets on the second and fourth
Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. at 112 West Williams Street
across from the Municipal Building in downtown Kingsland.
The Lions Club is a group of men and women who identify needs
within the community and work together to fulfill those needs.
For more information or to get involved with the Kingsland
Lions Club, please contact Club Vice President Jim McCain at
673-1300 or email him at hippostorage@tds.net/add Web site
address if appropriate).
The Naval Submarine League
The Naval Submarine League is an organization that allows
submarine advocates in all walks of life to demonstrate their
strong and continuous support of the goals and issues confront-
ing the United States Submarine Force. The aim of the league
is to represent the greater submarine community of builders,
designers, support people, operators, and that portion of the
public who give their support and encouragement.
The local Chapter of the Naval Submarine League, the Atlantic
Southeast Chapter, supports the Dolphin Scholarship Fund,
the Camden County High School NJROTC program, and the
annual SubVets of WW II Memorial event every November. The
Chapter normally meets quarterly, at the Clubs of Kings Bay,
Naval Submarine Base, Kings Bay. The next meeting will be held
at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 13 at the Goat Locker. The program for
this meeting will include remarks by the commanding officer of
Trident Training Facility, Capt. Kevin Zumbar. The cost is five
dollars. The meetings are open to everyone, military and civil-
ian. submariners and non-submariners. For additional informa-


tion call Bill Weisensee at 729-2939, or e-mail at bwnw0527@
tds.net.
Do Not Call List
REMINDER...Effective Dec. 29, 2006, all cell phone numbers
are being released to telemarketing companies and you will start
to receive sales calls. You will be charged for these calls.
To prevent this, call the following number from your cell
phone: 888-382-1222, the National DO NOT CALL list. It will
only take a minute of your time. It blocks your number for five
years. You must call from the cell phone number you want to
have blocked. You cannot call from a different phone number.
Help others by passing this on to all your friends or go to www.
donotcall.gov and you can register more than one. It also works
for your home phone.
Georgia Initiative for Community Housing
The Georgia Initiative for Community Housing Team, (GICH)
consists of city and the county representatives and individuals
from the community who are interested in providing affordable
housing in our community. The team is currently working on
a Homeownership Training Classes and potential projects for
providing a range of housing options for our community.
"Right now there is a big gap in housing from subsidized hous-
ing to what is currently available on the market and most people
don't qualify for the high prices of housing in our community
right now. We hope that by offering classes and working with
local builders and developers that we will be able to provide
housing in the $100,000 $160,000 range that will allow more
individuals in our community the opportunity of homeowner-
ship." said Pat Clink, local realtor and member of the GICH
Team.
Anyone interested in learning more about the GICH Team can
attend their monthly meeting the last Tuesday of each month at
noon at Borrell Creek (except for Feb), or contact Darren Harper,
Chairperson at 729-5613.


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these incidents that took place on Kings Bay. Any information forwarded to security will be kept
confidential. Any information used to recover any missing or stolen property or information lead-
ing to an arrest will be awarded with time off. Remember, when something is stolen, they're steal-
ing from you. One way or the other, you could be the next victim.
1. On Dec. 8, Missing cellphone and charger, NSB Kings Bay Barracks, (06-572)
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FFSC WORKSHOPS


Who's eligible for FFSC
workshops?
Fleet and Family Support
Center counseling services are
available for active duty service
members, their spouses and
legal dependents; reservists
on extended active duty train-
ing and their legal dependents;
spouses and legal dependents
of prisoners of war or missing
in action personnel; and retir-
ees, their spouses and legal
dependents. To register for
counseling, call 573-4511.

Classes on site
The Fleetand FamilySupport
Center will now take its regular
workshops on the road if a unit
can furnish a conference room
or classroom and guarantee a
minimum of five participants.
Additionally, our personnel
will tailor presentations to
cover a unit's General Military
Training requirements when
those requirements deal with
human resources and social
issues. Our counselors can
also create a presentation in
response to a unit's area of
special concerns. Personnel
are available to participate
within areas of expertise in
the indoctrination of newly
assigned personnel and family
members of active duty per-
sonnel.

Anger Management
Anger is often a smoke
screen for other emotions and
not an effective method for
getting what you want. This
workshop is slated for Feb. 28
from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
This workshop can help you
focus on identifying the feel-
ings anger hides and explore
behaviors helpful in resolving
primary issues. Pre-registra-
tion is required. Call 573-4222
for details.

Stress Management
Events, schedules, daily
pressure and many other items
can cause undo stress in your
life. Stress may or may not be
good for your health depend-
ing on how you manage that
stress. This workshop is slated
for Feb. 28 from 1 to 4:30 p.m.
Pre-registration is required.
Call 573-4222 for details.

ASIST Training
ASIST (Applied Suicide
Intervention Skills Training) is
a suicide intervention work-
shop focused on helping indi-
viduals become ready, willing
and able to intervene with
a person at risk of suicide.
Geared towards all popula-
tions-military (all levels), civil-
ian, contractors. Registration
is required. The workshop is
scheduled for Feb. 12-13 from
8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more
information, call 573-4222.

Parenting
The Fleet & Family Support
Center Parenting course
is based on the Systematic
Training for Effective Parenting
(STEP) curriculum that has
proven helpful to over two
million parents nationwide.
This 4-week class is held on
Monday from 9 to 11 a.m.
and is scheduled to begin
Feb. 12 and 26. Registration
is required and a minimum of
5 participants is needed. For
more information, call 573-
4222.

Couple's Communication
The characteristics, which
attract us to one another often,
become a focus of conflict
in marriage. This Couple's
Communication Workshop


focuses on learning to listen to
one another in a new way so
differences can be understood
and appreciated. Registration
is required for the classes
scheduled for Feb. 21 from 1
to 4:30 p.m. Call 573-4222 for
details.

Women's Support Group
The Fleet & Family Support
Center is offering a support
group for women who have
been in, are in, or are leav-
ing troubled relationships.
The support group focuses
on abusive behaviors, healthy
boundaries, self-worth and
self-esteem. Group is an open
group you can join at any time
butyou must make an appoint-
ment with Betsey for an indi-
vidual orientation at 573-2383.
The Workshop is scheduled
for Feb. 13, 20 and 27 from
2 to 3:30 p.m. Registration is
required and childcare is not
available. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4222.

New Parents Support
Group
A New Mom's and Dad's
Support Group will meet
every other Tuesday at the
Fleet and Family Support
Center throughout the month.
This workshop is scheduled
for Feb. 20 from 10:30 a.m. to
12:30 p.m. This workshop is an
opportunity to share experi-
ences, meet and gain support
from others, and exchange
new ideas. To register, call 573-
4893.

Expectant Family
Workshop
Expectant Families can
receive training on second
Wednesday of each month 9
a.m. to 2:00 p.m., to ease the
adjustment to anewbornbaby.
Community speakers from
WIC and Medicaid as well as
a Labor and Delivery Room
Nurse, will answer questions
from expectant parents. To
obtain more information or to
register for the 14 Feb. class,
call 573-4893.

Ombudsman Assembly
Meeting
The Ombudsman Assembly
Meeting will be held for all
OMB, COs, XOs, CMCs


and COB's at the Kings Bay
Community Center on Feb. 15
at 6:00 p.m. For more infor-
mation, contact Debbie Lucas
at 573-4513.

Home Buying
A home is one of the most
complicated and costly pur-
chases you'll ever make.
Getting the best deal at the
time of purchase can reduce
"life-of-the loan" costs by
thousands of dollars. This class
will help buyers understand
the many factors of this impor-
tant purchase. This training is
scheduled on Feb. 15 from 2 to
4 p.m. Registration is recom-
mended. For more informa-
tion, call 573-9800.

Command Financial
Specialist Training
A five-day training course
will be offered for prospective
CFS's. All CFS must be nomi-
nated by their Command.
Registration is open to per-
sonnel E-6 and above who are
financially stable, with at least
one year left before PRD from
their Commands. This train-
ing is scheduled on Feb. 26
- March 2 from 8 a.m. to 4:30
p.m. Registration is required.
For more information, call
573-9800.

Transition Assistance
Program
TAP is a seminar for those
separating; retiring or con-
templating leaving the mili-
tary that provides informa-
tion on benefits, job search
skills, employment resources,
resume writing, interviewing,
and other related transition
skills. Spouses are encouraged
to attend! The seminars are 8
a.m. to 4 p.m. scheduled for
Feb. 12-15 (Separation). Must
be registered by Command
Career Counselor. For more
information, call 573-4513.

Smooth Move Workshop
Smooth Move Workshops
are designed to help person-
nel with military relocations
and transfers. Areas covered
include transportation, travel
pay, allowances, and impor-
tant forms and documents,
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are encouraged to attend six
months before their transfer
date. Due to limited seating,
please do not bring children.
The workshop will be held on
Feb. 13 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. For
more information, call 573-
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Job Search Workshop
A job search workshop will
be held on Feb. 15 from 1 to 3
p.m. and Feb. 27 from 9 to 11
a.m. The Spouse Employment
Program gives assistance,
information and referrals
on employment and educa-
tion resource opportunities.
Services are available to fam-
ily members of military per-
sonnel, retiring and separat-
ing military, and family mem-
bers of relocating civil service
personnel. Appointments are
required. Call 573-4513 to reg-
ister.

Resume Writing
This class explores resume
writing for today's job mar-
ket. Resume "stuff', including
skills, experience, education
and values as well as sim-
ple, effective and easy to use
resume formats that get job
interviews. Part time, full time
or permanent positions mat-
ters not... this workshop is for
you. This program will assist
the job seeker in completing
a product that will "get them
in the door" The workshop
is scheduled at the Fleet and
Family Support Center on Feb.
20 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Registration is highly recom-
mended, as class is limited to
20 seats. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4513.

Self-Assessment
Have you looked at your-
self closely lately...what you
want from work and life, what
compromises are you willing
to make for what you want,
what is important to you per-
sonally in terms of personal
and work values? This class
will teach you self-knowledge
and the use of that knowl-
edge for enhancement of your
work and life. The workshop
is scheduled at the Fleet and


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27 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Registration is highly recom-
mended, as class is limited to
20 seats. For more informa-
tion, call 573-4513.

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is in the office two to three
days a week. Appointments
are required. Service members
wishing to participate in the
Benefits Delivery at Discharge
Program should be within
180 to 60 days of discharge or
retirement and be available for
an exam by the VA. For sched-
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New hours for
Auto Skills Center
The Auto Skills Center will
change their hours starting
Feb. 20. Theywillnowbe open
on Tuesday Saturdays from
noon to 8 p.m. The facility
will be closed on Sundays and
Monday and all federal holi-
days. For more information
about many of the Auto Skills
services, call 573-9629.

New hours for
Liberty Shuttle
The Liberty shuttle that
runs out of Oscar's Recreation
Center will be changing its
hours of service. The shuttle
will start its new schedule
Feb 11. The shuttle will run
Thursday from 5 to 10:30 p.m.,
Friday Saturdays from 5 p.m.
to midnight and Sundays from
1 to 9 p.m. A schedule with
the stops is located at Oscar's
for easy convenience. For
more information on trips and
evetns with Liberty or Oscar's
call 573-8328.

Free Kids Movie Shows
The "Movie Zone" is show-
ing kid movies every Saturday
at noon. The shows are as
follows: Saturday, Feb. 3,
"Zathura"; Saturday, Feb. 10,
"Yours, Mine & Ours' Saturday,
Feb. 17, "Zoom" and Saturday,
Feb. 24, "Over the Hedge" All
youth, under 18 years of age
must be accompanied by a
parent or adult. Snack foods
and beverages are available
for purchase. Call for the latest
information at 573-4548.

Wild Adventure passes
Discover America's fastest
growing theme park. Grab sea-
son passes and enjoy it all year
long. Season passes are only
$59 per person and are good
for Wild Adventures, Cypress
Gardens and includes your
parking passes. Regular dis-
count tickets are also available
at ITT for only $31.95 per adult
and children 3 years and older.
Second day is free. Parking is
$22 through ITT and $25 at the
gate. So stop by ITT and get
some today. Call ITT at 573-
2289 for more information.

Youth Sports
needs officials
Officials are needed for
the upcoming Youth Sports
Baseball and Soccer season.
Games run April and May. If
you are 14 years or older, inter-
ested in earning a little extra
money, certified or uncerti-
flied; we do all the training and
if you are looking to make a
difference in a child's life then
here's your chance. Call the
Youth Sports program today
at 573-8202 for more informa-
tion.

Pepsi 400 tickets
Attention all race fans. Pepsi
400 tickets are going on sale
Feb. 16 at 9 a.m. sharp at the
ITT office. Tickets will be $82
per ticket. Maximum tickets
per person are four. The seats
are located in the Oldfield sec-
tion, off of turn four at the
Daytona Speedway. Tickets
will be available for pick up
in June. Race day is July 7 in
Daytona. Call ITT for more
information at 573-2289.

Trident Lakes golf prices
Tridents Lakes has adjusted
their playing rates. Now is a
great time to stop by and pick
up a membership card with
the old rates cost or punch


cards. Call Trident Lakes for
a tee time and check out the
beautiful greens at 573-8475.

Free Theme Park Tickets
Anheuser-Busch is honoring
the military and their families
by offering a free single-day
admission to its Sea World,
Busch Gardens and Sesame
Place parks. Special is offered
to all active duty military,
active reservists, U.S. Coast
Guard, National Guardsmen
and up to three of their direct
dependents through 2007.
Register on-line for "Here's
to the Heroes" at www.hero-
salute.com. For more informa-
tion, call ITT at 573-2289.

Platters at Finnegan's
Have a platter on us for stop-
ping by with at least eight of
your friends and/or co -workers
and we'll make you a scrump-
tious platter valued at over $30
complimentary for you and
your party. Call ahead and let
them know you are coming
and that's all it takes. Call the
pub at 573-9429 or Rack -N-
Roll Lanes at 573-9492.

Big EZ "Movie Zone"
opens its doors
What more can you ask for
other than free movies? The
"Movie Zone" shows the lat-
est premier run movies for all
patrons 18 years and older.
Check out the Periscope for
the latest movie showings.
Snack foods and beverages are
available for purchase. While
waiting for your movie, shoot
a few games of pool at the
"Billiard Zone" Call for the lat-
est information at 573-4548.

Youth Sports Spring
Registration
The Kings Bay Youth Sports
is holding spring registration
for baseball, t-ball and soccer
through Feb. 27. The season
starts in March and continues


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top three teams. Only six fish
will be weighed in and every-
one, 16 years and older must
have a state fishing license
and base fishing permit. After
registering through Outdoor
Adventure Center, patrons
may use their personal boast
but they cannot have gasoline
motors or they can rent boats
and trolling motors on a first
come basis from OAC. All fish
will be kept alive and will be
released at the time of weigh-
in. Pre-registration is needed
at the OAC by March 9. For
more information, call the
OAC at 573-8103.

Irish Pub
K.B.Finnegan's Irish Pub is
now open for business. Hours
of operation are Monday
through Thursday from 3:30
to 10 p.m., Friday through
Saturday from 3 to 11 p.m. and
Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. Pub hours
will be extended as needed
for football games and other
special events. Call for daily
specials at 573-9429.

Rocky Colletti special
Enjoy Rocky Colletti's Pizza
in the month of February. It's a
really hot deal ready for those
cold nights. Enjoy one 14" one
topping pizza for only $7 (that
is a savings of more than $3).
Offer is good thru Feb. 28. Call
Rocky Colletti's Pizza at 573-
4029 for a quick pick-up on
your way home this evening or
stay and enjoy some bowling
with friends and family.

Scotch Doubles
return to Rack-N-Roll
Grab a partner and sign
up for a fun night of Scotch


Doubles at Rack-N-Roll Lanes.
Mark your calendar for the
third Saturday of each month.
Sign-ups start at 5 p.m. with
games beginning at 6 p.m. The
cost is only $30 per couple
including four games of bowl-
ing: one game regular 10-pin,
one game of 9-pin no-tap, one
game of 8-pin no-tap and one
game guaranteed strike in the
3rd, 6th and 9th frames. Each
person also gets a 7-inch pizza
with one topping or hamburg-
er, fries and fountain drinks.


Prize fund pays out for one out
of every five to play. Call Rack-
N-Roll Lanes for more infor-
mation on this twist to regular
bowling at 573-9492.

Paintball Field
Paintball has arrived at Kings
Bay and the adventure is wait-
ing for you. The Paintball field
is open from noon to 4 p.m.
every first and third Saturday
of each month, with gun pack-
age rentals available for play.
Bring your own or rent, the
game's the same. Special days
and times can be reserved for
private parties. During the
month of February, get FREE
field fee, a $5 value. It is locat-
ed inside Etowah Park which
is past housing after the Golf
Course; when you hit the dirt
road just keep on driving. Call
OAC for more information at
573-8103 or the Paintball field
at 674-4014.

Golf is family friendly
Trident Lakes is hoping golf
will become part ofyour family
routine. Any day after noon, all
children under 17 can play the
course with a paying parent!
Why not start teaching your
child something that can last


a lifetime? Call Trident Lakes
Golf Club for rates and classes
at 573-8475.

Recycling Center
changes pick-up date
The Kings Bay Recycling
Center has changed their
pick-up day to Wednesdays.
Recyclables include aluminum
cans, steel (tin) cans, news-
papers (inserts o.k.), plastic
soda bottles (no lids), plas-
tic milk jugs (rinsed, no lids),
other number 1 and 2 plastics,
cardboard and brown grocery
bags, magazines and phone
books. Please clean and sepa-
rate all items for proper recy-
cling. Recyclable items cannot
be contaminated with trash,
foreign matter or food waste.
Do no recycle pizza boxes,
Styrofoam, plastic bags, foil or
pie pans. If you are not sure
something can be recycled,
call the MWR Recycling Center
at 573-9475 or 573-9521.

Billiard Zone is now open
The Big EZ is on its way to


completion. If you haven't
heard, the Big EZ is the old
Clubs building 1039 and its
home to the Billiard Zone, The
Movie Zone and the Sports
Zone; in addition to Oscar's
Liberty Center and Kings
Bay Conference Center. The
Billiard Zone & Movie Zone
are both open to all patrons,
18 years and older. Hours of
operation are Sunday through
Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
and Friday through Saturday
noon to 2 a.m. Holiday hours
are noon to 8 p.m. For more
information, call 573-4548.

Lower your score -
try a golf clinic
Trident Lakes is offer-
ing clinics for golfers want-
ing to take strokes off their
game. Men's clinics are held
Thursday at 4 p.m.; women's
clinics are held Tuesdays at 4
p.m., juniors golfers, ages 6-9,
have clinics Saturdays at 11
a.m. and juniors golfers, ages
10-15, follow at noon. Each
clinic is $5 and will work on
different aspects of the game
and is open to the first 10 golf-
ers in each group to sign up.
Call TLGC at 573-8475 for reg-
istration and information.

Massage therapy available
Is your job stressing you out?
Why not treat yourself or that
special person in your life to
a therapeutic massage? Renee
Crawford, a nationally certified
AMTA member, provides mas-
sages at the Fitness Complex.
Whether you need to relieve
stress or tension, soothe pain
or just to relax, she has a mas-
sage to fit any budget. Call
the Fitness Complex for more
information or to purchase gift
certificates. Massages are avail-


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through May 15. Registration
is being taken at the Boys
and Girls Club, Monday thru
Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Late registration begins
on Feb. 28. The cost is only
$45 for active duty, reservist
and retirees family members
and includes trophy and uni-
form. All DoD civilian family
members are $50 and include
trophy and uniform. Ages for
baseball are 7 to 8 years old
and t-ball is 4 to 6 years old
with a control date of April 1.
Soccer ages are 4 to 12 years
old with a control date of April
1. All late registrants will be
required to pay an additional
$5. For more information, call
Youth Sports at 573-8202.

Bass Tournament at Lake D
Outdoor Adventures is
hosting a two-person Bass
Tournament at Lake D on
March 17 from 6:30 a.m. until
noon. The cost is only $30 per
team with optional side pots
of $10 for Biggest Bass. Cash
prizes will be awarded to the


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PIRATES COVE MENU


Thursday
Breakfast
Grilled Eggs To Order
Oven Fried Bacon
Oatmeal
Grits
Soft/Hard Cooked Eggs
Grilled Turkey Sausage
Home Fries
French Toast Puffs
Lunch
Regular Line
Chicken Parmesan
Meat Lasagna
Steamed Rice
Paprika Potatoes
Fried Okra
Italian Kidney Beans
Hot Dinner Rolls
Speed Line
Chicken Fillet Sandwich
Hot Italian Sausage
Sandwich w/ Peppers &
Onions
Potato Chips
Cold Cut Bar
Baked Beans
Dinner
Cream of Mushroom Soup
Jagerschnitzel
Tomato Vegetable Gravy
Braised Pork Chops
Mashed Potatoes
Tossed Green Rice
Steamed Peas
Simmered Carrots
Hot Biscuits

Friday
Grilled Eggs To Order
Waffles
Oven Fried Bacon
Minced Beef W/ Toast
Oatmeal
Grits
Hash Browns Potatoes
Lunch
Regular Line
Twice Baked Potato Soup
Turkey Ala King
Simmered Egg Noodles
Steamed Rice
Peas w/ Onions
Succotash
Hot Corn Muffin
Speed Line
Cheeseburgers
Hamburgers


BBQ Chicken
Baked Beans
Potato Chips
Dinner
Chicken Corn Chowder
Teriyaki Chicken
Beef Stroganoff
Risotto
Corn On The Cob
Steamed Broccoli
Toasted Garlic Bread

Saturday
Brunch
Tomato Soup
Baked Chicken & Noodles
Open Face Roast Beef Sand.
Cream beef w/ Toast
French Fries
Oven Fried Bacon
Grilled Turkey Sausage
Eggs to Order
Simmered Mixed Vegetables
Dinner
Vegetable Soup
Chili Macaroni
Grilled ham steaks
Steamed Rice
Collard Greens
Cauliflower Combo
Steamed Green Beans

Sunday
Brunch
Chicken Noodle Soup
Philly Cheese Steak
Beans & Weenies
Ham Slices
Potato Chips
Peas and Mushrooms
Oven Fried Bacon
Grilled Turkey Sausage
Eggs to Order
Dinner
Cream of Asparagus Soup
BBQ Chicken
Oven Roast Beef
Mashed Potatoes
Steamed Rice
Savory Summer Squash
Medley
Steamed Carrots
Hot Dinner Rolls

Monday
Breakfast
Oven Fried Bacon
Breakfast Burrito


Oatmeal
Grits
Grilled Eggs to Order
Soft/Hard Cooked Egg
Hash Browns Potatoes
Hard Boiled Eggs
French Toast
Lunch
Regular Line
New England
Chowder
Braised Pork Chops
Beef Stroganoff
Egg Noodles
Mashed Potatoes
Steamed Cauliflower
Peas and Carrots
Chilled Applesauce
Speed Line
Chicken Wings
Pizza
French Fried Potatoes
Dinner
Vegetable Beef Soup
Savory Baked Chicken
Spicy Fish
Scalloped Potatoes
Noodles Jefferson
Steamed Broccoli
Simmered Carrots
Hot Biscuits

Tuesday
Breakfast
Grilled Eggs To Order
Waffles
Oven Fried Bacon
Oatmeal
Grits
Soft/Hard Coked Eggs
Creamed Ground Be
Toast
Cottage Fried Potatoes
Lunch
Regular Line
Tomato Soup
Spaghetti Sauce w/
Balls
Tempura Battered Fish
Boiled Pasta
Franconia Potatoes
Lyonnaise Green Bean
Dinner Rolls
Speed Line
Grilled Ham & C
Sandwich
Tacos
Rice


Refried Beans
Potato Chips
Potato Bar
Ys Dinner
3 Beef Barley Soup
BBQ Ribs
Chicken Tetrazzini
Cottage Fried Potatoes
Simmered Green Beans
Clam French Fried Cauliflower
Chilled Apple Sauce
Dinner Rolls

Wednesday
Breakfast
Grilled Eggs To Order
Oven Fried Bacon
Grilled Turkey Sausage
Oatmeal
Grits
Soft/hard Cooked Eggs
Home Fries
Pancakes
Lunch
Regular Line
Cream of Potato Soup
Baked Ham
Roast Turkey
Cornbread Dressing
Mashed Potatoes
Cauliflower Combo
Lima Beans
Speed Line
Corn Dogs
Cheeseburgers
Hamburgers
French Fried Potatoes
Baked Beans
Dinner
Beef Vegetable Soup
*ef w/ Baked Fish
Chicken Cacciatore
s Scalloped Potatoes
Steamed Asparagus
Seasoned Mixed Vegetables
Toasted Garlic Bread
Meat
Thursday
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February 15 7:30-9:00 a.m.
at the UNF University Center
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principles and techniques and explain how
they move organizations from ideas to results.
Space is limited, reserve today by calling 620.4256.

February 23 7:30-9:00 a.m.
at the UNF University Center
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productivity, efficiency, and enhance customer
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Oatmeal
Grits
Soft/Hard Cooked Eggs
Grilled Turkey Sausage
Hash Brown Potatoes
French Toast
Lunch
Regular Line
Vegetable Soup
Grilled Salisbury Steaks
Cantonese Spare Ribs
Mashed Potatoes
Simmered Egg Noodles
Club Spinach
Squash and Carrot Medley
Hot Dinner Rolls
Speed Line
Chicken Fillet Sandwich
Hot Italian Sausage
Sandwich w/ Peppers &
Onions
Potato Chips
Cold Cut Bar
Baked Beans
Dinner
Cream of Mushroom Soup


Curry Chicken
Smothered Liver& Onions
Steamed Wild Rice
Rissole Potatoes
Simmered Golden Sweet
Corn
Peas and Carrots
Toasted Garlic Bread

All meals served for lunch
and dinner also feature the
Healthy Choice Salad Bar and
various dessert items.
Menu items are subject to
change.

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Monday through Friday
Breakfast 6 to 7:30 a.m.
Lunch 11:15a.m.
to 12:45 p.m.
Dinner 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
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CNRSE kicks off lean


six sigma


THE PERISCOPE, NSB KINGS BAY, Thursday, February 8, 2007 15

Pharmacy to close for


with first green belt training sessions improvements


By NBHC Kings Bay Pharmacy


By Suzanne Speight
Commander, Navy Region Southeast Public Affairs

Commander, Navy Region Southeast
will kick off its first Green Belt training
classes in early February. A group of 30
military and civilian personnel from com-
mands throughout the region will attend
the training at locations in Jacksonville,
Fla. and Norfolk, Va.
Green Belt training is a major first step
in a Navy-wide implementation of Lean
Six Sigma (L6S), a problem solving pro-
cess and mindset that has been proven to
significantly improve customer satisfac-
tion, by reducing variability and waste
in every aspect of a business. Acclaimed
by companies such as GE and Motorola
for its ability to develop and deliver near-
perfect products and services, L6S will be
a critical tool in the mission of supporting
the warfighter.
Congratulations to the following per-
sonnel, who were selected to attend Green
Belt training:
William Baker, NAS/JRB Ft Worth
Sandra Browne, GS-12, NAVSTA
Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Amy Cimino-Shockley, NF-04, CNRSE
Staff
Mike Davenport (Alternate), GS-13,
CNRSE Staff
Karen Dotson, GS-13, Subase Kings
Bay
Karen Ellis, GS-13, CNRSE Staff
Noreen Ernest, GS- 11, CNRSE Staff
Leah Ervin, GS-12, CNRSE Staff
Ron Griffis, GS-12, NAS Corpus Christi
Karol Higginbotham, GS-13, CNRSE


Staff
Dennis Higgins, GS- 11, NSA Athens
Richard Home, GS-13, CNRSE Staff
Robin Hudson, GS-12, NAVSTA
Ingleside
Darla Huffman, GS-12, NAS Pensacola
Anita Johnson, GS-11, NAS Atlanta
Rodney Jones, GS-11, NAVSTA Mayport
Mary Kay Kassiris, GS-12, NSA Panama
City
Kordeen Kor, GS-12, NAS Kingsville
David Litton, GS-13, NAS Meridian
Lt. Cmdr. Maria Magno, NSA New
Orleans
Mike McCool, NF-05 NAS Jacksonville
Cmdr. Barry Murphy, NWS Charleston
Kimberly Neely, GS-12, CBC Gulfport
Sandy Powers, NF-05, CNRSE Staff
Lt. Cmdr. Steve Ready, NAS/JRB New
Orleans
Julie Riley, GS-11, CNRSE Staff
Jolene Scholl, NF-03, NAS Key West
Sonia Smith, GS-13, Subase Kings Bay
Patricia Speas, GS-11, NAS Whiting
Field
Tom Tomko, GS-13, NSA Orlando
Students will learn the L6S basics and
complete an actual process improvement
project during the training, which con-
sists of two separate week-long sessions.
After attaining the Green Belt certifica-
tion, responsibilities will include: helping
to direct and conduct process improve-
ment projects, collecting and analyzing
data from experiments and business pro-
cesses; working with process owners to
ensure project gains are maintained; and
disseminating best practices throughout
the Navy.


Kordeen Kor, a civilian from NAS
Kingsville, said she is looking forward to
the training. "Rapid expansion in tech-
nology in today's market place ... com-
munications, shipping, internet capabili-
ties, etc.... dictate that we as government
agencies review old methods of doing
business and incorporate changes," she
said. "It's exciting to be a part of a team to
look at processes, work with people and
help them to identify methods to improve
on how they do business."'
CNIC has mapped L6S as a perma-
nent course for the Navy's future, and the
CNRSE Green Belt candidates will be in a
position to lead a successful implementa-
tion throughout the organization, military
and civilian, at all levels.
"I am excited about the fact that higher
ranking Navy personnel are receiving this
training, and apparently will not only be
using these skills, but will encourage oth-
ers -- up and down the chain of com-
mand -- to do so as well;'," said Cmdr.
Barry Murphy, of Naval Weapons Station
Charleston. "In the past, these kinds of
things new skills, new methods of doing
business, better ways to communicate,
etc. have been taught and adopted at
lower levels within the Navy; however,
I think senior Navy leaders often were
unaware of these new techniques, and
thus all of us were not on the same page."
Murphy said he felt interactions between
these two "camps" were often out of sync.
"I really think L6S will be the remedy,
and will be the 'glue' that binds our entire
Navy Team into one very cohesive unit."'


In order to improve the service rendered to our valued
customers who seek services at NBHC Kings Bay pharmacy,
we will undergo a refurbishment from 5:00 p.m., Feb. 16
through noon Feb. 20. During this refurbishment period, the
pharmacy will be closed. The pharmacy will open Feb. 20 at
1:00 p.m. with potential delays in service. This will affect all
prescription pickups including outpatient appointments and
refills. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause
to our valued patients. After this renovation, NBHC Kings
Bay pharmacy will open for normal hours of operation which
are Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 7:00 a.m. till 5:00 p.m.,
Thursday 7:00 a.m. till 7:00 p.m., and Friday 7:00 a.m. till 11:00
a.m. and 1:00 p.m. till 5:00 p.m. Thank you for your patience
and understanding.


Sending Hope

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a CFC participant


To Our Troops!
As an outgrowth of our vital work
helping feed American military fam-
ilies while their loved ones serve in
Iraq, this summer Feed The Children
delivered special Care Boxes to
American troops in Traq. These big
Care Boxes contained over S150
worth of personal hygiene items,
healthy snacks, sunglasses, music
and reading material, plus other
encouraging items.
The effort was just another way
Feed The Children and Americans
from coast to coast helped show their
thanks and support to our brave
troops so far from home. Just as we
deliver good food and real hope to
families like theirs each and every
day!
Feed The Children
P.O. Box 36, Oklahoma City,
OK 73101 1-800-627-4556
www.feedthechildren.org
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2809 Mesquite Ave. 3/1, sf, formalL/D rm, 3BR 2BA New Construction ORANGE PARKConti- home on Shannon we o 6
Jim (904) 477-8048 fflsyn2 nentalk illageI lote 14 Avennue. For sale or PONTE VEDRA BCHa 2/2 .
Jpiprox 2000s(, s4p. gar, sys, 218k, 646- 1627 front Property Enloygor DW, good cond, $19,900. Baker r e n t P o s s i b I e condo 18 SE of lux.
enced, $179,900. 282- 9773 geous views of the water from Guar Fin. $300mo. Clay rent to- own.904 610 9958 Located in gated comm,
Mi Windsor Parke Golf every window in the back of *F S Call 904 276- 6446 Duval (day) 860- 9827 (eve). Call American Dreams
Oakleaf Plantation- Community 4 BR, the home. Features 2000sf of ..6 Nassau WESTSIDE Luxury 3br/ Realty 352- 338- 7505 or
Beautiful 4/3 sfr for 2.5 BA, 2 story Heated & Cooled living space. Westside -14x66, visit us www.american-
rent or sle OWner h me 23558sf, Hard- LR, DR & FR with Gas Fplc Westside-FSBO-2 screened porch, St. ohns n rk 50 dreamsrealty.net SOUTHSIDE -5109 Stepp
i her wood floors, located CALL 904631-3043 Master BR, 2.5 carpet, vinyl utility Ken Dohseg904- 276- 3000 Ave 5950sf ofc' shoo
pns aa hi ghly between NAS Jax & Bath Near NAS shed. Many extras. 10 Georgia w N3 I 595 k, mmere It
JAhorton Alleo.n.et.t e. :MAyport.n (904)50 -8 R2/2b Both s6 78 d M anfro y NeAxtraO. 10 24 WHITEHOUSE New3E2 Vi F Sri da Rehalit
348-640 w/enaie moiviter pron PCr M ove. $49904)0 7793.-3 Pn Ik Jaxlc V orner unitf mi from NAS, $10,000.n
military personnel. PCS Move. $449,900 vacant, $114,000 Call 695-2094 2car gar, 2400sf, fplc, 904-399 4499
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You1-800- Select The Family EAST 904- 699- 7783 pool. ATKA Inv- $500 Down U OWN 165 frontage on 13rd.
Jacksonville, Attorney 30 mow4- to238rs. St. Johns, 892ft. CR 2/2 @ beach. Call 246- 7684 uAll Areas 1st Mo. FREE Inc. 1400sf house. $1.2M
Michael Shorstein 207A, 346ft, permits for 2 GREEN EZ QUALIFY VinceSerrano9O4- 707- 9484
348-6400 or 800-348-6434 for S walk ways, wet lands. 2, Investment 257sf CO2E neRcNS Call the Hotline 388-1208
200ft docks, 2, 40ft boat 2547sf, 4/2, new const, Ca
CASH FOR HOUSES ARLINGTON.4MM owner. Income Tax Return & purchase a comm pool, pe s nego. Bl k* St. Johns i
NO HAGGLING ALL Bad Credit No Problem YULeE Afforable 904 215- 9651 or 868- 3300 new or used home. Ask Waterfront- Fully Baker
AREAS AND PRICESnce,3/2/2 Stucco w/huge $239,000.AlllosingostProperty MOBILEHOME? MIDDLEBURG LeParadise Renovated
REALNET OF NE FL INC completely remod. paid.yard, at $1K. E. PALATKA Waterfront/ TOP CASH Old or New Option 3/2, 4 car garageome-3/1.5, 2 car Baker
1-800-AS-IS-NOW $125K Call 8916710 only! Call 90225- 1934 pool. 2100sf. 45mi's to Jax sume Loan.7. 06 f en 1.5 a. 2000sf.$1500,
Fort Caroline-32/2 INTERCOASTAL LOT 1 or /3 5 b t h kitchen, am room, DuDual
CHRISTIAN JIM TYLER 0 down 0 closing Lease option. 2, 3, & 4 bdrms. $2200/mn ath. Lease bonus room, boathouse, Nassau
2/6/61 would like to talk. 3easmned. 904 5Call02 4238 Yuee/Fernandina Bees Georgia Call 246 7684 w/purchse option. Putnamt. Johns
Please call William & (904)434- 6047 w River Estates 4BR/2BAnice00 O(800)785RANGE PA9889 Ext293/1 oNuAS$950us F tnmeN.Nm Georgia
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finseparate DR3/1Office, CH&A $239,000. All closing cost Northside, Investor 3br sprinkler sys, 2 car GeorgiaHome-4/3 Bdrm,
NEED A LAWYER? Completely remod, paid. Serious programs Baker Count 1ba, Beautif y CASH! Old or New Option 3/2, 4 car garage Home 3/1.5, 2 car& Hwy 17, brand new
Accident?Arrest? Divorce? $125K Call 8916710 only! Call 225 1934 or or Assume Lon.730 Ready,8606 fen 1.5 ac. 2000s. $1500 garagen- splitrg yard, brickofficeondoavail
AAA Attorney Referral 705- 5453 Nassau e 80Kall Mike 904 838- ar garage, rm, 537sf end unit, new appClay
Svc 1w8007335342,24 HRS.. Fort Caroline3/2/2 otRS. 2470 Wattletree Dupex Duval
Homnew A/C, oolf in hard- INTERCATAL LOT, Putnam County RANGE PARK RTO Rd. fened gar, pool, lake viewMatt
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Voluntee$243Krs to904 large yard, fenced bulkheaded, dock St. Johns County car gar, $3500 moves yo in 3BR2BA House OWN WorkstaPutnam
Umpire baseball Asking $199k. Officially permit. $999,000. 825 0800 $429K. Call 305- 81unbaE
and softball games reassigned. Call Robert Georgia Re Est Wanted1 car garage & carSt. Johns
seBrookwood Foresm 779Orane Park by owner. (904)434 6047 ORANGE PARK 3/2,2 port, easy accessto FLEMING ISLAND
SCa llE CO nice'00 DW NAS, $950 plus Brand new 3/2.5 Twnhm, Georgia
Beaches, 3/2, all pp(904327-l, carportletely deposit, (904)291- 4316 walking distance to A
Ponte Vedra SawgrOss, shed, on 3 acresslhr N remodeled, no et s, vD-*
Thursday MANDARIN Salt Creek, 4br/2.5ba on Co s or J ffH 21 1ow $975mo, $975dep. 276- 2129 s Schools, allay plsincl".,
10am- 20m, Call STATION lagoon Broker owner o dos I t taxes. Asokiyng 68.1 k gar,$lOm.904- 716- 0604
213- 4155 3 BR, 2 BA, Huge $585K. Call 904- 285- 1958 www.mrgaryallen.com story, 5 BR & 3 1/4







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an I Massive brick fire- ST. AUG. Builder has ma- 2 7 M s ol d-ining/livin- D- Fo
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oea ter separate DR/Office, $136,900 to $189,900U No Northside, Investor 3br sprinkler sys, 2 car Home4/3 Bdrm, ORANGE PARK Wells
computer room, down payment programs Baker County ba Beautifu Rehab garage, Many upgrades, 2BA, 2160sf. Rd & Hwy 17, brand new
screened porch, new available. Call Randy H U D Ready, C H&A, Misc. for ino call 742- 6747 Open- slit flrplan, brick office condo, avail
t 'N 3BRtile /in baths, 974- SF Brunson Realty 5018100 Clay County 8appraised anta- kB EAC H NE PTUK NE 2/2, C l, NORTHSIDE New 3/2.5,0Feb s9 7 1/2










Bac dFretSCteash, Well maint.$564K803- 5807 AKA, GA4br a Prudential o car garage, F ut 1537sf endts.904- 838- 5319. ARLINGTONREGENCY
scared, custom built acre. Paved dead end OSt./Close toJhsCft
storage shed, Rd. off US Below mkt Putnam County Out of AreaBUYS $1295m+se.904- 610- 7267 Nassau SOUTHSIDE 2/2 Privat e 20
-. many updates. value at $269k. 386- 937- 3645 St. o o ty wwwsouthwooddevcom E fast Arlingutnamt r. et, room 696-9191
1060 Reading Rd. t uny Bed and 3/ bkydxfenced, Unfurnish d m A able Feb Mandarin Office
/4an$2d43por 904c 6h- 4 An4nrehndrh, dog house, 1 0827 Furnished. 12 Telephones and
llulted ceilings, ond SOUTHSIDEfloor Homes car ar, w/carport, 4cr (2) RENT TO OWN Worksttions, Ready to Go.
STERLING RIDGE up to $8k closing costs it *Just reduced good hunting and fish- -16 driveway. 1700sf, Well below Mkt Value 288-8500

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-Neweverythigl 3 BR/2 BA AWP 38527 349-2225 St. Regi Paper Co. ustellBaker County House Plans ARLINGTON 2/1.5, quiet$250mo. Call 998-e8672erties.cm
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Open fr pn, 2 BR2 BA, Northside bedroom, 2 Great location Clay County Miscellaneous area, 5mn froARLINGTON- 9Am down
2- Car Gar., with all wol. to bth, 3265 Trout River Rd. 2bd, 2 1/2 bth, frpl, Cun 2town/ Regency $8 mo.
stay! Close to A & Blvd, great forGolf appnd & carpet. DuMal T673- 621* val 5 POAK r3/2, 27 BAYMEADOWS 2/2 fpoole
Beaches! $178,500 $169,500. (904)327- 1521 LuH m e w a r r a n t y Ou Arlington3/2, incl. catv, DSL & water. inga
SAUG. FSBO $199K f $130,000.00 Call I Gary Nassau County a fl 1560sf, 4 car $1295m. 904- 887- 9926 Baker
NORTHSIDE 2914 Almost new stucco, conc 904 759- 5976 for appt. Johns oceandrvwaycarort Clay
Option with no bank Putnam County boat rap, fenced, PONTE VEDRA/Azalea Baker
qual 4/3 and 3/1 pint b o3BRt/2BA, 2a car gar ore owed, Pt/Reserve, beau tifu ArinonNice 3/2 Duval
H om es $1650 $1775 904838-7021 All appli incl. 669-1035 St. Johns County d haodItnn Pated, w/des, sunroom Nassau Clay
rilowww.infotube.net/141885 i e riias Aiken, South Carolina 5000 8.(904)234- 3652. $1100 backyd, culIdesc, lawn hPutnam Duval
r Northside 2/1 You own. Georgia Acres 26 Miles of Rod svc 707- 1298$2300m. 285 8888
Oakleaf/Fall Creek closing costs. New kit, Frontge Development, ARLINGTON 2/2 St Johns ACE- Nassau
a nt ceramic tile, $600m ST AUGUSTINE D irriatvis In vestment, 1031 Exchange pets/smkn 3881335 Executive Luxury River- Putnamto share 4/2 home.
3 BR/2 BA. Built 2005, Will help rehabber CAMPFIELD D C 220- 3917 or 651- 2222 St. Johns
Tile floors. $219,900 RIVERSIDE Newly developer 4/2, Nearly new Pulte VA Land: 12 ACRES W5E D C G org s
remod. 2581 College St Loanew roof & window gated commundo in Campfeld! River front $59,99K; ARLINGTON 3BR /1.BA, Georgia




























Duval County Laurie M. Potter Just steps from the house, enioy 200+feet on 3i nsese tr ts w D enrferoVn n5/4, ri non vtieub Vtth Point.38n ydRoomCates
NaJewel in heart of riv- 904 471 458or94 669- 405 3/2, concrete block Also NC lTown & Beaches, t 2004 granite, fen19x19 floor overlook Downtwnyd
-- erside, move in now. construction, first 7mile view $109K inside newly remod.
skin $197K Call JT for floor unt. Near St. Ps:30- ft floating dock. Also, custom bonus rm $2950m. 881dep 744- 420895 $0 904 472- 345 Middlebur-Share 4 MIDDLEBURG- 2000sf
Georgia t Johns Town Center Wkua C., FL. 239ac heroine $875762- 0049 unt$95+dp 904- 726- 1665 utiitiesde sit. br/ba
Out and easy commute to A(904)256-2051. 22 miles south of includingAVONDALE Osprey Cove has a Clubhouse, Restau- 725-0303pool
(90 462065 FHA, home equity base. Offered at Tallahassee& 10 miles bungalow, CH&A, $500m F /2aelect. 226- 2643
SSouthsideE. Plus RV 00& boat from St. Mark's Marina. includes all. income verify OK nd Rent 3 mo V rent Westside
w Website port village, named the best small town in No pets. 2888830 Argyle loly brick, 3/2, Room for Rent- 3/2 Southside 288-8500
5/3home.countrywide.com/ m, 3270sf, a by Money x investment & rec req. $850387 500s, garage Ornge Pyd.,rk Southse s Need
ASHLEY WOODS Beautiful, priv., preserve rea9ional property w/ 15 Baker Immed. to share 3/2769
ARGYLE-No Bank lot cu der sac, lakeview 904-708-7694 &18 yr. old pine NEWLYntaVAT BEACH NEPTUNE 2/2, 50Clay hm.$600m nth NEW OFFICE SUITES/2
Wood Flr, Fenced- In Well maint.$564K803- 5807 ALMA, GA 4br/3ba, rudentia tion. $1,950/ac. Call walk to bch, FP, pool, utilnopets. 904- 838- 5319. ARLINGTON/REGENCY
BQualifyinrd. Security System, 2984sf, 2 story, hdwd 2077 1184. 4 35 or 1500s Aptsea end st. ville, call for details, 1,920 sf tDuvalo 11,520sf
Irg 3/2 home, 904- Sound, frs, tile lbth, fO, $185,000 404 8 825 363h5 ANGELO BUYS $1295m- 3se. 904 610- 7267 Nassau SOUTHSIDE 2/2 Private Great offce/whseation!
3043 Golden Pond Blvd$2 new Sweet Water Car- firm. Call 912 367 32006 hwooddev.com Putnam -0 Now. (904)998-9339
riage hse 2/2, den, end ExtrnielyFullServie. MANDARIN t2-ar- 95 904 885 9789
unit $224,900904- 619- 5374 Idpndently Owned &Operted Any cond, handyman, deSt. Johns
distressed, vacant or patio$975mo. 626- 3622 Georgia SOUTHSIDE
SOUTHSIDE 3/2, 1.5 car occupied, ANYWHERE, 7200sf, 9600sf, 19,000sf,
gar, fptc, new nt paint 967 AC $3,495/AC PONTE VEDRA 3/2.5, ANY CONDITION... NORTHSIDE -491 Mitch- h or 33,000sf. warehouse.
t19e, hot tub, nr U N F, Gorgeous tract like new 1800SF, Apts/comm'I/residential ell St $750MO, 3/1n Grade level. Common
94 3- 0omletely remodeled 701 TOO SMALL !M dock available. Univ$s
$198k. Micah 318- 0807 w/mature sawtimber 904- 373- 0191 or434- 7012 NO DEAL TOO BIG or kit/pnt/ cpt 904-868-5854 do e. Univf.
r WESTSIDE 4/2.5 $229,900. on gently rolling CRISP CO., GA 315 ac TOO Sings fl Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
2500sf seller will pay hills, creek, pond SOUTHSIDE farm 6mi E. of I 75, QuickNorthside, Rent To Own, ORANGE PARK ew 356 2228 Realtor
ERe NG RIDGE up to $8k closing costs site. 404-362-8244 1Just reduced good hunting and fish- 904-626-1636 3br Iba, Beautiful Home remod 2/2 luxury river-
New modeled Home! seeowners.com luxury 2/2.5, $189k. ing$950k. 912- 682- 3742 904-680-7435 lust rehabbed, CH&A, front comm. 1st fi w/d
erythiAWP 3857904 349 2225 egis Paper Co. Must Sell Call 535 4429 Carport, Quiet Street, $1250mo. Call 998- 8672 WAREHOUSE
Spacious Backyard, Sprin- www.stregispaper.com $800 with good credit, 3000
Wonderwood. $237t000 Sale "Desperate Seller" COsprey Cove 16 $2.95sf gross.
For More Info/Pics: ,... ._ ,, .- .I.- I Out oGolf and Northside NO Clay Easton, Sanderson, & Co.
ha Debelen, ... ....... Re l E country Club Less than Rent! Own 3 Nassau
REALTOR Relax in this 2br with $0 dn only 9A Stonebridge TH 3/2.5
( -8449 x3033 ESTSIDE newly ieunod. this Low Coun- $625 mo. Slow credit ok 1655sf, end unit, gated, Putnam
(c) 588-3831 1719 Latour. move in try style, cus- with stable lob. 745- 0045 pool, w/d, $12 St.Johns
p t. now only asking $137K NORTH CAROLINA -tom waterfont NORTHWEST new 4/3 904- 62- 0157 Georgia
udential 3/1 1337 sq ft call JT for NORITHCAI NAS t ..... home on a 3000sf,2cartg no ARLINGTON 9A@
details514-3538 tion. Our newest neighbor- 1. etate pets, no smoking, Merrill Rd. Nice 2/2.5,
hood, a new custom built log : ot n e Baker $20O0mo. 904 219 3425 gated comm. w/pool,
NnuwnrkRealty WESTSIDE $0 down, new cabin shell on 3.17 acres, l i ecove C $995mo. + dep 220- 2804 p e C e
ExmeyFulSr.. construction 3/2, garage, offered by the Peaks at Lake Golf and Country Club in St. May o GA The Duval OAKLEAF 3/2, 2007 BAYMEADOWS 2/2 fplc
Miriam St. G a 8 C i special 250 credit for 2yr on lake 1st fir, scr porch ArlingtonF3/2
Independently Owned & Operated $159,900. 904- 993- 3341 Lure LLC 828 625 8926 LandMar Group community is 30 minutes north Nassau term cialmo 3053 Litch Irg rms, pvt ent. sec sys, inground Pol $450 Baker
of Jacksonville, 20 minutes from Jacksonville Putnam field Dr. 917- 868 2809 NP, NS975904- 200 6446 monthly dep.
International Airport, 10 minutes from Kings Bay St. ohns (904)234 3652 Clay
All brick 4/3, approx 2900sf, iacuzzi tub, 1 car gar, SGeorgianrny $2BA-Cs&Ann een, many amenities & -Niceto /2NDeval
Inspection Sat- Sun 10- 5, sold Sun night creek with vistas of marsh and water, it has 4 I ) deck, Ig fenced upgrades. Parking, home 8 miles from shNassa
Highest Bidder 904-838-7021 bdrms, 3 baths, 2 half baths, large kitchen with w/d hookup, screened $525 includes all. Putnam
walk- in pantry, large island, SubZero refrigerator, porch curd pch, $900/m, MANDARIN- New, Call home (904)223- 1843 St. Johns
breakfast nook, large living room w/brick fire- $900 dep. 707- 1298 2BR/2BA, 1 car garage, or cell (904)571- 5215
place, large dining room, study, 5 screened and ORTEGA FARMS 1000+sf, $1075/. Georgia
Buying a Home? open porches. Screened deck is secluded with cottages, 2br, iba, w/d, FArlington-Navy
Baker County Contact your VA solar- heated pool. Your own private deep well for ARLINGTON $C7smo. & 1/1 $475, no SAN MARCO PLACE-female roommate
irrigation. Security system, plus protection of $150 DEPOSIT pets/smkng 388-1335 Executive Luxury River- to share 4/2 home..
Clay County -Home Loan Expert- gated community. *Unfurnished Studios Ponte Vedra 5/4, gated swimming, hot tub Wt. Point. Alto area. Call
Duval County Laurie M. Potter Just steps from the house, enjoy 200+ feet on *Pool- FitnessCtr- Fishing waterfront comm. 3400sf, rm Million $ view 14th 652- 3811, Avail. now

Stns County Buying, Selling or kayak launch platform. Direct access to St. Marys FROM $39acre horse comm space for rent.
rfnnig9ott SF heated, 5500 sf overall. and Atlai c. hwflrs, tile, w/d hkp, 2 3/2, balcony- great view, cozy home, nicely ing Blvd. Call 276 2594
Georgia LI Laurie for any of your~lA 'di4 Mark McCumber- designed Par 72 golf course Willow Lakes of Arl car gar $995mo. Ft. dock, pool, top fir, end furnished room, $325 +
Caroline 3/1 $875 762- 0049 unit$1195dp 904- 726- 1665 utilities +deposit. Call
Out of Area (904) 256-2051 financing needs, including magazine. Osprey Cove has a Clubhouse, Restau- 725-0303
Cell (904) 4 VA, FHA, home equityor rant, grille, putting & chipping greens, driving 72 3 Oakleaf Pla0ntaition I -1
Email laurie.poter conventional loans. cabana bar, fitness center, boat launch & dock. on 1 acre w/pond $650m RENT TO OWN individual. (904)622 9753 All New Retail Cetters
H s @countywide.om Plus RV & boat storage. St. Marys, a historic sea- includes all. P OK 100 Rent Credit 3 mo 1/2 rett Westside
Website: port village, named the best small town in No pets. 2888830 ARoom for Rent 3/2 Mouthsde
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* Dental
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Caregiving
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Training
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Management
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Tourism
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Administration
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* Positions Wanted






Home Cleaners
Perfect Part Time Job!
Full Time Too!
Earn up to $10/hr!
Must have car.
Ph. 425-3085 or 242-8305

4 Looking for
Responsible
Caregiver for 3
well-behaved
school-age children-For
the Summer Season, in
my home. Non smoker.
Ft. Caroline area. Must
have references.
591-5760





DRIVERS .. ,.-.-:










DIRECTOR
Lighthouse Day Care Ctr
Experience preferred.
Credentials up to date
Call (904) 260-8566


Home Cleaners
Perfect Part Time Job!
Full Time Too!
Earn up to $10/hr!
Must have car.
Ph. 425-3085 or 242-8305
YACHT MATE -Wanted
with experience in
maintaining yachts.
904-646-3700





CABINET MAKERS &
LAMINATORS 5+plus
yrs exp need only apply
Employer paid benefits.
Call Michael or Jamie
904-634-1663
ELECTRICAL HELPERS
Exp'd. EOE DFWP
Diamond Electrical
Contractors 5654424

ESTIMATOR
REQUIRED for utility
and site work projects in
Jax area. All benefits
avail. Salary based on
exp. Computer exp a
must. Call 854-9358
PAINTERS with comm'l
& resid'l exp needed
immed. Tools & transp.
req'd. $12 /hr & up dep
on exp 632-0500 DFWP
PLUMBER/Maint
Exp. to do work on residen-
tial housing. Fax resume to
904-778-7803 or Call
904-778-7946

POOL CLEANER
Experienced. Must have
own transportation &
clean DL 731-0099
PRODUCTION
ASSISTANCE -Graphics
production co. looking for
Asst for sign production
and exhibit bldg. Resumes
only to 2136 Kings Ave.
Jax, FL 32207





GROUNDS /LABORER
Kira, Inc, a Government
Sub-Contractor has
openings at NS Mayport
&NAS Jax for Grounds/
Laborer. $13.48/hr.
Apply in Person: Holi-
day Inn 150 Park Ave.
Orange Park FL. Feb.
16th, from 8am-12pm or
apply at www.kira.com




CAPTAIN/CHIEF
ENGINEER a for
Ex-Army Tugboat in
Jacksonville
Fairbanks-Morse single
screw engine, work in
Caribbean. 561-753-2797
MARINE MAINTENANCE
Subaqueous Services,
Inc., a dredging com-
pany is seeking an expe-
rienced Marine Mainte-
nance to join out team.
The successful candi-
date will be self-moti-
vated, possess good
judgment, communica-
tion and planning skills.
Duties will include gen-
eral maintenance of a
live aboard dredge and
other tasks as assigned.
Must have experience in
general repair, electri-
cal, plumbing, light car-
pentry and a minimum
of 3ys experience work-
ing on a dredge or other
marine vessel. We also
have positions available
for Boatman (licensed a
plus), deckhands, engi-
neers and operators. We
offer good benefits.
Please email or fax
resume with salary reqs
to hr@ssidredging.com/
407-926-7797.


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CUSTOMER SERVICE





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HAIR STYLIST, NAIL
TECH, ESTHETICIAN
Brand new full service
salon opening on the
Northside booth rental
or comm avail. 626-8625


p i Attention All

Military Personnel,

Join us in Welcoming our

Newest Team Member

Step hanie j-icks


Stephanie is familiar with the unique circumstances and challenges often
faced by the military family Having grown up as a Navy brat, then becoming a
Navy spouse, and now as a PROUD Navy MOM;

Stephanie Says:
"Buying or refinancing your home doesn't have to be stressful!"

Call us today at CFIC Home Mortgage and let us help you choose the program
that's right for you.
Proudly serving Military families in all the Southeast Georgia
and Greater Jacksonville areas.


F IC rriCFIC Home Mortgage is a Georgia
BS5l kC.U l Residential Licensee and
a FL Correspondent Mortgage Lender
HOME MORTGAGE GA License # 15791. FL License #514968

Barton J. Bott Stephanie Hicks CFIC Home Mortgage 304 Osborne St.
USN LCDR (Ret) Cell: 904-718-1074 St. Marys, GA 31558
Cell: 912-674-3635 Office: 912-576-4442
C036655


$7.9 Billion


The economic impact

of the military in

Northeast Florida and

Southeast Georgia is

'7.9 billion.

Local businesses benefit from the

military and civilian personnel who

buy and rent homes and who purchase

goods and services. Let them know

what your business has to offer by

advertising in one or all of the military

publications distributed at the local

bases in the area.

For advertising information,

please call 904-359-4336,

Fax 904-366-6230.


Property Management
Arlington Properties,
a Birmingham based
management co., has
immediate openings at
Kendall Lake, a new
apartment commu-
nity, for a Community
Manager, Mainte-
nance Supervisor and
Leasing Consultant.
Email resume to
pbroxson@
arlingtonproperties.net
or fax to 850-587-5457.






$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
DANCERS DANCERS
No Mandatory Tip Outs
Wackos 399-1110

$$1,000$$
HIRING BONUS
DANCERS DANCERS
Passion 641-5033

COOKS -Experienced.
Apply in Person
GATORS DOCKSIDE
All 3 Locations. 9680 Argyle
Forest Blvd. 8650 Baymead-
ows Rd. 6677 103rd St.

DANCE RS,DOORSTAFF,
& BARTENDERS
NEEDED
CALL 757-7370
DJ,DOORMAN,
BARTENDERS,
WAITSTAF F
Call Passion
6415033
SERVERS, HOST &
HOSTESS
Lunch & Dinner
Apply at Caffe Andiamo
500 Sawgrass Village Dr.
Ponte Vedra 280-2299

Waitstaff,
Bartenders, Doorstaff
Call 399-1110




SALES REP
ALL ABOUT CELLULAR
Established wireless
agent selling Cingular
Wireless services seek-
ing exp'd Inside Sales
Reps. Top Commission.
Call Rob 912-507-7075




DRIVERS
Professional class A driv-
ers, OTR tractor trailer,
good pay. Great home
time, health ins., 401K,
paid vacation, bonus
pkg, & top equipment all
in a small company
atmosphere but backed
up with large company
benefits.
Call Randy 877-440-7890
www.PTSI-online.com
Ask about our new pay
package!
DRIVER WANTED
NEED MONEY FAST???
APPLY NOW!!!
People get huge tax
returns this time of yr.
Those people call cabs.
They call us.
Come drive for us!
YELLOW CAB. 493-5222
dfw.

PARATRANSIT
Make $400+ per week!
Must be over 23 years old
with a clean record.
493-5246 9am to 1pm
e.o.e d.f.w.


Chid Cre-


HOME DAY CARE
Northside/ Oceanway
area. Licensed. Limited
openings for full time
care 1 year & up. Please
call for details 714-9986


MONICA'S L. CLEANING
SERVICE INC.
The best prices & Quality
of Services in Town.
Veteran Family Owns &
Operated Serving you
Since 2003. Licensed.
Tel(904)779-9822 Office
hours 9:00 am 5pm
Mon-Fri References
available. E-mail:
monicaslcleaningservinc03@
yahoo.corn




IRS Tax Problems
(Liens, Levies, Wage
Garnishments, Spousal
Relief, Delinquent &
Nonfiiled Tax Returns,
etc.) Ricky Thomas,
P.A.
www.rickythomaslaw.com
904-262-8003.








AC, Heating, Fuel
Antiques
Appliances
Arts & Crafts
Auctions
Building Supplies
Business/Office
Equipment
Clothes
Collectables
Computer
Craft/Thrift Stores
Electronics
Estate Sales
Farm/Planting
Fruits/Vegetables
Furniture/Household
Garage Sales
Garden/Lawn
Hot Tubs/Spas
Jewelry/Watches
Kid's Stuff
Machinery and
Tools
Medical
Miscellaneous
Merchandise
Musical Merchandise
Photography
Portable Buildings
Public Sales
Sporting goods
Tickets
Trailers
Wanted to Buy or
Trade





Firewood Delivered
$10/$55/$85 seasoned,
Free fat lighter 264-5176




CHANDELIERS (5) All
styles-Sconces to match
$100-500. 904-321-4262
t China Set-Castleton
Mayfair Yellow
.-Rose Pattern from
1940s, includes serv-
ing pieces. $280 OBO.
(904)309-3031
GLASSWARE -Westmore-
land glass, call anytime.
352-485-2009
Rare Antique Haiti
Taverneau
Barbeque
Set-Plates-10,
Small/Large Salad
Bowls, Pig-Shaped
Platter, $125. 771-0249




Armana Regrigera-
tor Freezer on top,
ice maker, $400
OBO. (904)206-4355
Dry/Washer Super Big Cap.
Exc. Condition $200 for both.
396-8068


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WWW.LOOMISFARGOjOBS.COM
or call (904) 398-2090 for an appointment.










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Kenmore washer & dryer
heavy duty $225 for set,
good cond. 904-482-9376
, Stainless Double
Sink w/Delta
Faucet- Value new
over $260. Good
Condition, Asking $60.
Call Sue 781-7707
6 Upeight Frigidaire
Freezer- White
frost-free, 20 cu
feet, $150. Call Deb-
bie 783-3178
4. Washer &
Dryer-GE Profile, 2
years old, white,
exc cond, asking
$450 OBO (904)803-4287
Whirlpool Washer &
Dryer Set-About 2
yrs old, excellent
shape, will deliver,
$340. 994-0100
4 Whirlpool Washer &
Dryer Set-Excel-
lent Condition, $100
each, both $175.
Cash Only, Call 472-1417
or 777-6660 anytime.




RIVERSIDE Sat/Sun 10-6
1712 Pine Grove Ave.
32205. 981 -8588




REST. EQPT. SALE &
MORE. Lots of flatware.
904-343-2757



r Navy Chief Uni-
forms -36- 38 pants,
CL 42-44 Jackets, press
blues, whites/khaki
excellent cond, work
whites, belts, Call
(904)771-45391



Computer-Dell
Dimension 2350
desktop, monitor,
keyboard, mouse,
speakers, GEforce
graphics card, $250
OBO. Call (904)687-0561
or 545- 3134



RIVERSIDE Sat/Sun 10-6
1712 Pine Grove Ave.
32205. 981-8588




BED- About Time???
Brand New Pillowtop Sets
Queen $110 King $250
memory Foam from $340
Cat Deliver. 904-674-0405
BED- Absolute all new
sets Qn Pill Top $100 in
plastic. Can del. 391-0015
BEDBrand Naet-Houll set
$119, new w/war in plas
tic. 391-0015 Can deliver
BED Cherry sleigh, Solid
wooTaped set. Wood$375, grain,
$950. 8589350.Can deliver
BED- Quwheen Size Pillow Top
Mattress Set, New in Plastic,
likeust sell $110 904 674-0405
BEDROOM 6pc CHERRY
SET. New, still in boxes
$499. CAN DEL. 391-0015
CalifBedroomnia Kingsize 3
piece unit-Like new,
exc Cost $3500. 273-14Asking
$1000. Call Felecia
at (904)759-2167
SCabinet-Holds many
DVD, CDs, or
STapes. Woodgrain,
lockable doors, cas
tering wheels, 39" tall.,
like new, $50. 268-2482
2 Cabinets-Wood, 60


$15. 268-2482
a California King
Mattress
SBox Springs, frame.
$125. Call
912-729-7982
DINING ROOM SET -48"
round glass and metal,
Hearst Collection Series,

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4, Sleeper Sofa &
Loveseat-With free
slipcovers, asking
$200. 2 swivel 29"
bar stools, $300 for both.
Call 422-7428

4, Solid Oak 7 Piece
Dining Table-6
chairs, exc cond,
new, $750. Must Sell
$350 (904)629-0045
Toddler Beds-(2)
Blonde wood, $30
each. Mattresses
also available.
(904)772-9287
4 TV Stand-for 50 in
flat screen, glass
shelves. Cost $250.
Sell for $150. Call
451-7210
2 White Wicker
Loveseats, (Mov-
L ing)3 Chairs, table,
white entertain-
ment center, navy new
cushions, $700 OBO.
(904)491-7996




NORTHSIDE Sat 8-3,
huge yd sale, furn, HH,
exerc equip, etc. too
much list. 805 Cornwal-
lis Dr.
ST. AUGUSTINE off 210
S. South Hampton.
moving sale, frig, grill,
chrs, lots of stuff, etc.
1713 Austin Ln. Sat Sun 9-4
BARGAIN HUNTERS
GALORE
This Sat & Sun Have
Your Garage Sale at
The Market Place!
7059 Ramona, 786-FLEA
SMandarin- Kidt
Kid" Sale-Feb 16-24,
Mandarin South
Shopping Center,
11700 San Jose Blvd,
behind McDonald's Visit
Kid t Kid.com for details




| Trimmer-Crafts-
Sman elect.
in, both blades move for
less vibration. Scabbard,
never used. $40 268-2482
4 Lawn Edger-Black
& Decker, electric.
heavy duty. Does a
great job, exc cond
$32 268-2482




S 14k Ladie's
Diamond &
Sapphire Ring-Size
6, $375. And 1 ct
7-stone Ladie's diamond
wedding band, size 6,
$799 269-1478
Platinum Diamond
Bracelet 4ct. Old Mine
cut $3600; 14ct. white gold
top qlty sapp/diamond
bracelet $750; 904-468-0048



Trampoline w/encl $100,
Fort PT w/slide, frmens
rope, climb net $400 Gas
heater $100. 904-259-1528









at JAX NAS
Unused / Used Tools
available
Internet Auction
Dates: Feb 1- 8, 2007
GO To:
www.GSAAuctdions.gov
Click on "Hand Tools
& Shop Equip..




Electric
Wheelchair- Invac-
are Torg2u-e SP Pwr
tilt, excellent shape,
lists over $5000, sell $850.
Cal I 786-4591


POWER
I WHEELCHAIR I
* Quality control
Model JET 3
Swidth 23 in.,
Length 38.5 in
$2,750 m

L 724-5864 J
WANTED MEDICAL
LIFT CHAIR FOR
Disabled Vet. 904-807-8761




6 "New" Tube
Smoker-2 entry,
cooking surfaces,
adjustable chim-
neys, single axle trailer,
2 in hitch, 12x6x5. Used
once, $1500, 693-4452
4 Accordion-120 Bass,
black w/pearl, like
new, $500. Upright
vacuum, $20.
Antique milk can,
hand-painted, beautiful,
$45. 781-6222
4 Broan 30 in Under
Counter Range
Hood-White, $40.
3-light Brass &
Glass, Hanging Light
Fixture, 269-1478
CHANDELIERS (5) All
styles-Sconces to match
$100-500. 904-321-4262
SDive equipment-
New, never used.
Also, DJ console &
equip. Call
Suzanne: 542-3849 or
389-6297
4, Electric Scooters

One Free! 264-8954
4 Golf Cart-4/6 pas-
senger, new tires,
rims, charger,
seats. Lift kit. 11 hp
motor, delivery avail-
able. $1500. 813-9774
4, Kenmore Washer &
Dryer-Late Model,

786-1 767
4, Solid Oak Walton
Bar-108" L-shape,
black suede inside,
bronze foot rest.
Paid $9,800, make offer,
will deliver. 282-6466


4, Tony Boselli full
size cardboard
stand-up. 'Own a
piece of Jaguar
history'. $95 268-2482
TV PanasonicTV/DVD/
VCR combo 27", Aiwa
compact disc stereo,
best rocker recliner,
Sears Kenmore water
softener new 225-5325
Washer/Dryer-Whirl
pool, Large capac-
ity, deluxe, 3 yr old,
little use-$375. 2
piece wheeled luggage,
navy color, $2500.
781-6222



Gibson 12 String
Acoustic Guitar
1970 Vintage-Good
Condition, Hard-
shell case Incl. $150
904-616-3183
PIANO/LOWEST PRICE USA
YAMAHA/FREE PRICE LIST
WHOLESALE. 7140141



S 35 mm Cannon
Camera-Pocket
size, sure shot 130U.
Used sparingly,
takes great photos,
w/box, papers, $50.
268-2482




SBowling ball-New,
never used, never
drilled, 16pd
l Columbia. Cost $85,
sell for $35. call 451-7210
4 Pool Table-Good
condition, Buyer
Must Move, 1-95
exit 360, $100
(478)361-4007
4, Golf 3 piece hard
case- Gold eagle
w/key. New, paid
$300m Must sell,
$80. 282-6466
4. Pool Table For
Sale-7ft comes with
all accessories, Call
(904)652-3811
SSchwinn Tandem
Bicycle-All accesso-
ries, excellent con-
dition, $175 OBO.
278-2926



SDaytona Speed
Week Race Tickets
Daytona 500 Busch
300, Qualifying
Twin 150s. Selling at
Face Value, Call
(904)269-0459.
SUPER BOWL -NFL fan
needs Super Bowl tick-
ets. Please call
727-647-2468



CARGO TRAILER -14X7
DUAL axle w/ custom
ladder racks -shelves,
bearing buddy, $3200
obo. 904-521-3077









* Adopt a Pet
* Pets & Supplies
* Livestock & Supplies
* Animals Wanted




AMER. BULLDOG PUPS
(Lic. Jones Kennel) NKC
reg. (Original Johnson
bloodline) POP, $750.
904-318 1082. To view dogs
www.ioneskennell8.com
American Eskimo Spitz
puppies, born 12/20/06,
$350. 904-783-9013
a Aquarium
S Hood-Woodgrain
w/glass door,
flourescent light,
never used, $20. 268-2482
BEACHES -1032 Mimosa
Cove Ct. E. Sat 10th,
9-12. Moving Sale/furn
BASSETS TO YORKIES
V BIG UPPY SALE
$399-UP
Puggles, Doxies, Boxer,
Shih-tzue's, Poms
www.petworldpets.com
Pet World 262-4646
COCKER SPANIELS
8wks, HC, M/$350, F/$400
386-684-4798
DACHSHUND Mini
M, reg, $250.
226-3042
DOBERMAN PUPS
Black/rust AKC with litter
cert, exc. bloodline F/$300
fV$500. 386-202-1118
4 Free 1 Year Old
Cat- Beautiful, Long
hair, Spayed &
Shots, (912)673-9630
GERMAN ROTTWEIL-
ERS -pups, AKC, HC,
serious inq. only 388-1337
GREAT DANE AKC,
s/w, $650 8452781. Ready
for Valentine's Day
GREAT DANE Pups AKC
CKC, UKC. Hrlquins, BI
Merle, BIks 904-259-7978
www. herranch.org
Italian Greyhound pups,
Reg. M/F, many colors,
Vet cert. $550. 386-846-0319
JACK RUSSELL PUPS
$250, shots & wormed
912-276-4809
Jack Russells reg chipped
352-595-4072
www.butterballfarm.com
JACK RUSSELL-pups
for sale,
904-424-5612
LAB AKC, 5mo., black
house trained, all shots,
neut. $350obo. 531-9400
LAB PUPS -AKC, 6 choc,
2 blk. Born 1/10. $400-450.
Adorable. 728-9086. Pics
shellyann21@comcast.net
LABS AKC PUPS -
Blondes, shots up to date
912-632-7959 / 912-288-0479
S"MARV" Needs
Good Home!
Moving! 3 yr old
Rottie mix, Loves
Kids, loveable nature,
housebroken, low
maintenance. Call
Stephanie 772-6168
MIN PIN PUPS
$250, shots & wormed
912-276-4809


-m
PIT BULL -$200, 3mo old,
all white, housebroken
321-205-3889

PIT BULL PUPS Red
nose shots & wormed.
$450. 904-398-7811/662-3725

PUGS AKC, H/C, short,
fat & gorgeous to loving
homes only. 386-3644377

SHIH-TZU PUPPIES
3 males, $450 firm
904-219-1390 / 291-5777

SIBERIAN HUSKY
2 males. All blue eyes.
904-665-6415 904- 272-5936

YORKIES Adorable,
AKC, shots, Rdy Feb
19th, 3 girls, 1 boy, $900.
904-349-2639.








.31 Fish.
PTet Supplies,
ariunms, Cages,
Dog Boutique,
Dog 00Food &
Treats

COLLECTIBLES:
Sports Cards, Comics,
Toys, Figurines,

Ma c& Yu-Gi-YO!



IN GEORGIA
107 Kings Bay Village
St. Marys 912-576-1905
M0n Sat 12-6p.m.,
Sun 12-3p.m.
IN FLORIDA
131 South 8th St.
Fernandina Beach
904-261-5311
Mon- Tues,
Thur- Sat 12-6pm ,
-iun&Wed Closed.


Boats
Sailboats
Boat Dockage &
Rentals
Marine Equipment
and Supplies
RV Rentals
RV's and Supplies
Motorcycles/Mini
Bikes
Auto Brokers
Auto Parts
Antiques/Classics
Automobiles
Trucks/Trailers/SUV's
Vans/Buses
$2000 or Less
Commercial Vehicles
Misc. Auto
Autos/Trucks Wanted
Auto Rent/Lease





4. Suzuki Dirtbike
R17-80, New top
tend, $750. 476-7694

Honda Aquatrax
'02-F-12x, and 1997
Seadoo GSX, Low
hours, double
trailer, $6500 OBO. Call
Robert (904)434-6047

Consignment Boat Sales
call us to discuss selling
your boat. 249-6225
www.iaxboating.com
We sell pre-owned boats

16' CAROLINA SKIFF '01
25hp, stroke Yamaha,
galv. trlr, trolling mtr, 5
well, elect's + extra's. 1
owner, very low hrs,
$3800. 904-384-4927

18' GLASSTRON '73,
$2000
904-262-5182

4, 20 ft Pontoon
'98-With Trailer,
spare battery, life
jackets, anchor,
50HP motor, $5000 OBO.
505-1048/505-4588

4, 25ft Trawler-Great
shape, sleeps 4,
Cruise the intrac-
oastal in style! At
NASMarina. Need quick
sale. $15,000. 625-7734

Suzuki
S 4HP, 4-store
outboard motor,
freshwater, only
used twice, $800. 476-7694

WANTED!
Boats, Motors, & Trailers
Any Condition!
"The Used Parts People"
WEEKS MARINE 387-1440






AIRSTREAM & TRAIL
MANOR TRAVEL TRLRS
ALLEGRO MOTOR HOMES
Sales, Service, Parts
J.D. Sanders R.V. Sales
Alachua (386) 4623039
1-800-541-6439

Cedar Creek '04-5th
wheel, two slide
outs, like new con-
dition, suitable all
weather great buy call
771-7544

Fleetwood Wilder-
ness '05-25' loaded,
like new, 6' slide-
out, 18' awning,
must go, TOP. Call
Keith (912)673-6303


FOUR WINDS 35.5' '00
1 slide, many extras 24kmi
$38,500 OBO. 904-827-1333


NOW OPEN



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30o 50% OFFA,

1575 Wells Rd.,
ORANGE PARK, FL
Next to Shad Nissan
and Harley Davidson




TRACKER 24" 98
Great cond,. $6000
318-348-9452





4, BMW F650
'97-Under 3k miles,
white, excellent
condition, hard
bags, $4250 neg. Call
(904)945-6881 or
(904)771-2175

CHOPPER -'03 Custom.
By Echelon. Patrick
Racing Eng. Best of
everything. Over $50k to
build. Will sell for $30k.
386-397-3399
HARLEY DAVIDSON
Hugger '03, good condi-
tion, 32k, hyper charger.
$5100. (904)386-9744
Harley Dyna
Wideglide '98-23,200
4 miles, Red, xtras,
cover, shop manual,
garage kept, excellent
shape, $11,500 OBO
993-3767
4 Harley Davidson
'00-Electric Glide,
29k mi, Simpson
true dual exhaust,
great condition, contact
Pete at (904)534-6497 or
9904)619-3173, asking
$12,000.
HARLEY DAVIDSON
sportster, 1200 XL cus
tom, '01, screaming
eagle pipes, extra
chrome, custom seat,
new tires/ brakes,
garage kept., 5869 mi,
$7299. Call 904-923-5879
, HD 883 Sportster '03
8200 mi, Lots of
chrome, touring
seat, windshield,
detachable sissy bar.
exc cond, $5700 OBO
673-8733
HONDA CBR-600 F4- '99
13,000 mi, gar kept,
$4200 obo 874-6095

FHonda CRF 450
2005, Dirt Bike.
Very clean and
well maintained,
lots of extras.
Twin walled rent-
hal bars with asv
levers. White
brothers carbon
fiber pipe and tita-
nium foot pegs.
Bike runs perfect
and very fast.
$4500 226-4760 or I
S588-5484 _

HONDA GOLDWING
Aspencade, '85, 1200cc,
40k orig mi, loaded, all
access, saddlebags,
AM/FM cass, CC, mint
cond, $4000. 739-2784 or
739-0866
A Honda Shadow
.T -0011k mi les, $3000,
SCall (360)649-5056

SSuzuki Alstare
'03-GSXR-600 Anni-
versary Edition.
Many extras; with
gear. Mint Condition.
2500 miles. $7500 OBO.
Call (904)200-2405

L Suzuki DRZ80 '01 5
spd, oil injection,
runs good, 2 stroke,
$850. (904)553-4508
4, Suzuki Hayabusha
'05 Red & Black,
exc cond, lowered
4" track swing arm,
full Hindle exhaust,
175hp,4200 miles, $10,500
OBO 477-2153 or mphil-
lips@grimeslog.com

S4 Yamaha R6 '06 50th
Anniversary Edi-
tion, yellow, mint
condition, All
extras, $10,500 OBO.
477-2153 or:
mphillips@grimeslog.com
&L Yamaha RT100
"99-Dirt bike, exc
cond. Great begin-
ner bike, $800.
(912)576-5007


F YAMAHA 1
SILVERADO
MIDNIGHT I
ROAD STAR I
2006
BLACK METALLIC
FULLY DRESSED
CUSTOM EXHAUST |
ONLY 470 MILES
$13,900 FIRM i
MUST SELL
HEALTH REASONS


SYamaha Vstar
'00-650, 8265 miles,
Custom paint,
saddlebags, high-
way bar, sissy bar &
more $4000 OBO.
777-2850




S4 Tires & Rms
P205/75/R15 15k, 6
lug, fits Colorado
Japanese pickup.
$25 Call (904)879-2992


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Dodge Ram-Stock
17"-Tires & wheels
(4), less than 10k
mi. Tire size:
P245/70R17, exc cond,
$350. (904)535- 0002
B Leer Camper
Shell-Silver, over
rail, fits 1997 to
2003, F150 short
bed, locks light clamps,
$450. 728- 8669
L VW Engine-Big
Bore, 92mm, cam,
oversized intake
valves, oil sump,
filter, plus more, $1200.
(904)781- 1532




1970 VW BEATLE Needs
restoration, sound body,
$600. Call 608- 0786


SAcura Legend
'92-4dr, Loaded,
Dark Grey, Runs
great, $2900. Call
RJ (912)510- 7215/
(912)467- 3348
ACURA RL '02
Fully equipped,
only 50,000 miles.
$19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
0 ACURA RSX '06
Leather, sunroof,
CD. $19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
B ACURA TL '04
Fully equipped,
leather, CD,
sunroof. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SAUDI A4 Quattro
'04. Leather, CD,
sunroof, 5pd.
Beautiful! $21,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
97BMW330 Cl '01 Only
40,000 miles. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SBMW 330 Convert-
ible '01. Only 40,000
miles. $24,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
l BMW 525i '06
White/tan, like
new. $40,980.
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
( )1 BMW Z4 '03 2.5i
Extra low mi, fully
equipped. $22,480
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Buick Park Avenue
'95-170k miles,
$2,000 OBO 476- 3394
4 Buick Park Avenue
194 Ultra excellent
cond, fully loaded,
leather interior,
$3000 OBO. 529- 8087 or
859- 7409
(7\CADILLAC CTS '03
Black/tan, fully
equipped. $19,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY CAMARO'00- V6
manuel, dual exhaust,
lown, $8000. 904- 307- 0792
4 Chevy Camaro '01-
SS, convertible,
Red/black, 20"
chrome, DVD,
sound system, chip k&n
charger, 6spd, 34k mi,
$25,000. 908- 3950
CHEVY CAVALIER '03,
16kmi, CD player, exc.
cond, $6900. 904- 710- 2542
SChevy Corvette
'76-with 383 turbo
350, 3.73 rear end,
S all recently rebuilt,
black on black, t- tops.
$9,000 OBO.
(912)674- 2236, Nick
7 CHRYSLER SRT8
MAGNUM'06
Black/black,
Navigation, sunroof, CD,
only 1000 miles. $34,980
998-0012
ryiq nr:l i^arkq ni


CHRYSLER PT
CRUISER '05.
.Leather, CD $19,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHRYSLER 300 '05
Fully equipped
$14,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
& Chrysler PT
Cruiser '04-Maroon,
4 cyl, 5spd, 23k
miles, fin, $12,000.
908 3950

CHRYSLER
CROSSFIRE
2004
"Blazing Red"
MOTIVATED
SELLER!!
Loaded, 30,000 mi.
7/70 Warranty, exc.
cond. asking
payoff- $23,500
612- 8015

7 DODGE
CHARGER '06
Daytona Edition,
Navigation, CD, sunroof.
5000 miles. $28,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
S Dodge Neon '98-
SRed, good interior,
transmission, needs
repairs, $500 OBO.
272- 4528, after 5pm
N FORD MUSTANG
CONV GT'03.
Fully equipped,
only 38,000 mi. $16,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
Ford Thunderbird
1 '92-Needs interior
Sand engine, every-
thing else replaced,
rebuilt transmission and
new tires. Contact
Steven at 576- 2044.
$500 OBO.
X Honda Accord LX
'96-Sedan, 4 cyl,
auto, all pwr, exc
gas mileage, great
student vehicle, $5000
(904)294- 6946
HONDA ACCORD EX '96
Auto, cold AC, new tim-
ing belt, brakes & only
79k orig. mi's. 2nd owner
$8500obo. 891- 4466/880- 3985
y HONDA CIVIC '06.
Only 3K mi. $17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACK-
SONVILLE
HONDA CIVIC LX- '99,
4dr sedan, manual
transm, 92k mi, 4cyl,
$5500. Call 287- 5669
HONDA S2000 '02
Only 28K miles,
Like new. $20,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 INFINIT G35
Z COUPE White/tan,
spoiler, fully equip
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7 INFINITI G35
COUPE '03. Extra
low miles. $22,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
y INFINITI G35
COUPE '03 Extra
Z low miles. $22,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
7\ INFINITI G35
COUPE '04
White/tan. $25,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
A Infiniti 130'97-Gold,
S 4 dr, Loaded, New
I tires, $4900 OBO
(912)510- 7215/
(912)467- 3348
SINFINITI G35
SEDAN '03.
white/tan. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
INFINTI G35
SEDAN '03. 4dr,
white/tan. $16,990
998-0012


LEXUS SC 300 '95
1 owner, low mi's, exc
cond. $10,500.904- 277- 6837

LINCOLN TOWN
CAR '99. Only
55,000 miles. White/
tan. $10,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

M LINCOLN LS '03
Leather, sunroof,
CD. $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

MAZDA MIATA'00
Prvt owner, 5 spd con-
vertible, low miles,
mint. Garage kept.
$9,600 Ph. 904- 908- 9380

MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03
Extra low miles.
$12,980 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

MERCURY GR
MARQUIS '03 Only
27,000 mi. $13,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

j7' MERCURY
I, GRAND MARQUIS
Z '00. Fully equipped,
only 60K mi. $7980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
4 Nissan Sentra
'05-AM/FM, CD, 4
cyl, silver, cloth
seats, private
owner, exc cond, Ame-
lia Island, Call 491- 7996
$12000
Mitsubishi Eclipse
T 01-Spyder, 83k
miles, red, runs
great, brand new
top, $7500 OBO 270- 7068
4,A Mitsubishi Galant
00 ES, Green, 129k
miles, c/ctrl auto,
good cond, $4500
OBO. Call (904)908- 1091


NISSAN ALTIMA
2.5S '06
$17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SNISSAN ALTIMA
GXE '06. Black/
tan. $18,99. p6129
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SNissan Altima '97-
S $1800, 4dr, blue,
runs great, cold AC,
Call RJ.
(912)510- 7215 or467- 3348
Must Sell.

SNISSAN ALTIMA
GXE '06. Fully
equipped. $18,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

4 Nissan Sentra '05- 4
cyl, sedan, 4d, 1.8s,
tinted windows, CD,
theft recovery,
moving must sell, call
491- 1996 $12,000

SPONTIAC VIBE '06
Leather, CD, fully
equipped. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Pontiac Bonneville
Brougham '76- 46k,
original miles, looks
& runs great, all
pwr options work, Clas-
sic, $7000. (904)803- 6283

SAAB 900SE '95, fully
loaded, new tires, runs
great, $3000. 807- 9234

7 SATURN L200 '03
Gas Saver. $10,490
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

TOYOTA CAMRY
LE '05. Leather,
sunroof, CD $17,495
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


TOYOTA SCION tc
'06 Coupe. Black,
sunroof, like new.
$16,990. 998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

PS TOYOTA SCION tc
'06 Coupe. Black,
sunroof, CD. $16,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

SVOLKSWAGEN
PASSAT GLS '03
V6. $15,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

VOLVO 960 1994
$700 lower than Kelly
Blue Book value.
A/C, AT, LEA, PW,
PS, PM, 120K miles,
memory seats,
sunroof, V6 engine,
cruise control,
driver/passenger
air bag, tilt wheel,
alloy wheels.
$2,300
904 338- 5861

VOLVO V70 '03
Wagon. Leather,
C D, sunroof, extra
low miles. $16,995
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

Trucks,Vans, SUVs 'O- 05
ALL
Military
and
Civilian

1$0 DOWN
EVERYBODY
RIDES!
Chris 662-0726


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CHEVROLET
SILVERADO
STEPSIDE 2003
LT LOADED,
4WD, LEATHER,
ACTIVE ONSTAR,
EXT. CAB
LEATHER
FULL POWER
ACCESSORIES
$15,000 OBO
904 591-9318

4 ,t Chevy Blazer
'99-V6, 4dr, Ithr, 90k
mi, silver, $5k OBO.
Must Sell
(912)510- 7215/
(912)467- 3348
CHEVY COLO-
RADO '05 Extra
cab. Only 6000
miles. $14,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
CHEVY
TRAILBLAZER '02
Pewter, 4x4, fully
equipped. $13,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


Periscope


CHRYSLER PACI-
FICA '06 Ltd.
2 to choose from.
Fully equipped. $17,980
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
SDodge Magnum
SXT '05-Upgraded,
V6, Black, Grey
Lthr, 6 CD, Like
New, Factory Warranty,
Must Sell! $17,500.
(843)- 408- 6897
4 Dodge Ram '91 4x4,
LE, 360, V8, 142kmi,
clean, runs great,
$7900. Call Neil at
(904)294- 8188
Dodge Ram
| 05-1500, Off Rd
Pkg, Loaded, Like
New, Many extras,
20k miles, TOP Call
Keith (912)673- 6303
,Ford Expedition
'02-Eddie Bauer,
Great Cond, 69k
miles, 6 disc CD,
tow pkg, Call 334- 1328,
$15k OBO.
4 Ford Explorer '97
Fully loaded, exc-
cond $4,870 OBO.
Eric: (904)945- 1246
or (912) 576- 4284
FORD F150 XLT '01,
$9000
904- 252- 5182
A Ford F-150 '00
Supercab, custom
paint, wheels, pio-
neer + CD, stereo,
flowmaster exhaust sys-


ACURA OF ORANGE PARK
7200 Blanding Blvd. 777-5600


KEY AUDI
4660-100 Southside Blvd. 565-4000

ME:7r]T: dIrI


TOM BUSH BMW
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
6914 Blanding Blvd 777-2500



GARBER BUICK
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
KEY BUICK
4660 Southside Blvd. 642-6060



CLAUDE NOLAN CADILLAC
4700 Southside Blvd. 642-5111
NIMNICHT CADILLAC
7999 Blanding Blvd. 778-7700
PARKER CADILLAC
283 San Marco, StAug (904)824-9181



COGGIN CHEVY AVENUES
10880 Philips Hwy. 260-7777
CREST CHEVROLET
8281 Merrill Rd. 721-1880
GARBER CHEVY
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
GORDON CHEV
1166 Blanding Blvd. 272-2200
JERRY HAMM CHEV
2600 Philips Hwy. 398-3036
PINEVIEW CHEVROLET
Macclenny 259-6117

GEORGE MOORE CHEV
711 Beach Blvd. 249-8282
NIMNICHT CHEV



ATLANTIC CHRYSLER
2330 US1 South 354-4421
CARUSO CHRYSLER
1750 Southside Blvd. 725-7300
FRANK GRIFFIN
Chrysler of Orange Park
1515 Wells Rd. 269-1033
GARBER CHRYSLER
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
MIKE SHAD
CHRYSLER JEEP
1736 Cassat Ave. 389-7792
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch.
1-800-228-7454



ATLANTIC DODGE
2330 US1 South 354-4421
JACK CARUSO
REGENCY DODGE
10979 Atlantic Blvd. 642-5600
GARBER DODGE TRUCK
Green Cove Springs 264-2416
ORANGE PARK DODGE
7233 Blanding Blvd. 777-5500
RICK KEFFER
1-95 Exit 129, Fern Bch. 1-800-228-7454
WESTSIDE DODGE
1672 Cassat Ave. 384-6561


SFord F-150 Lariat
o00 Supercab, 73k
miles, 4drs, 4.6 V8,
all pwr, leather,
cruise, tow pkg, Tint,
bedliner, bed cover,
remote entry, $11,000
993- 3767
SFord F150 '00-Super
cab, custom paint,
wheels, pioneer +
m CD stereo, flow-
master, ex. system. Call
Patrick: (904)742- 2763
FORD F-150- '96, Good
work truck with tool
box, $2300 obo. 276- 4794
FORD SPORT
2 TRAC '05. Only
20,000 miles $17,680
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
L G1MC Yukon SLT '01
trailering pkg,
loaded, immaculate
cond, 121k highway
miles, (912)729- 4103
4 lsuzu Rodeo '01 4x4,
LS, tow pkg, key-
less entry, 143k,
runs very good,
Must Sell, $4300 OBO
(904)803- 6283
ISUZU TROOPER "96 59K
org miles, very clean,
$5500. obo. 904- 759- 0703

JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE LAREDO '94, all
pwr, cold AC, roof rack,
$2500. 904- 384- 6543
SJeep Liberty Sport
'04-Full pwr,
leather, off road,
lights, 6 disc
changer, luggage rack,
291- 0873, $14,000 OBO.
Jeep Wrangler
'93-4x4, 180k mi, CD
. player, AC, has zip-
per & glass win-
dows, extra attach-
ments, $3000 OBO.
955- 9724
7 LAND ROVER
RANGE ROVER
'05. Silver/gray int
fully equipped. $54,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
TOYOTA
S4RUNNER LTD '03
Fully equipped, V8,
only 45,000 miles $23,890
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE

TOYOTA PICK UP
1994 EXTENDED
CABACPS, PB,
4 CYCLU5 SP
L $3700 OBO
(904) 962-2029

4 Toyota Tundra
'00- Exc condition,
has all mainte-
nance rewards.
$12,500 OBO. Call
269- 2258


CHEVY ASTRO -'05, low mi,
steel int bins, AT, V6, 2 in
stock, 363-9901


y CHRYSLER
PACIFICA '05 Ltd
White/tan leather,
sunroof, CD. $15,990
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


DODGE GRAND
CARAVAN '06
Champagne/tan,
$16,495
998-0012
LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE


DODGE RAM CONVER.
VAN '98, Loaded, under
priced $4900. AM: 466- 1212
or PM: 213- 4439
4 Mercury Villager
'00- Sport minivan,
97k miles, 3rd seat,
runs and looks
awesome, $6400. OBO
(904)655- 0486
0, Oldsmobile
Silhouette '97 GLS
Van, Good running
condition, Cold AC,
leather, quad seating,
$3900 Call 992- 6877 or
294. 3564
A Mitsubishi Eclipse
Spyder GT '01-
$ Maroon, fair condii-
ton, 83kmi, auto,
$7500 firm. (904)476- 3639


895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443


MATHENY LAND ROVER
11211 Atlantic Blvd. 642-1500



LEXUS OF JACKSONVILLE
10259 Atlantic Blvd. 721-5000


NORTH FLORIDA LINCOLN MERCURY
4620 Southside Blvd. 642-4100
GRIFFIN LINCOLN MERCURY
7447 Blanding Blvd. 777-3000



LOTUS OF JACKSONVILLE
ww.lotusofjacksonville.com
11650 BEACH BLVD. 998-9992



TOM BUSH MAZDA
9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911
MAZDA CITY
6916 Blanding Blvd. 779-0600




BRUMOS MOTOR CARS INC.
10231 Atlantic Blvd. 724-1080



TOM BUSH MINI
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911




CITY MITSUBISHI
10585 Atlantic Blvd. 565-2489
www.cityautomotive.com
CITY MITSUBISHI
of ORANGE PARK
7505 Blanding Blvd. 779-8100
www.cityautomotive.com


COGGIN NISSAN-ATLANTIC
10600 Atlantic Blvd. 642-7900
COGGIN NISSAN-AVENUES
10859 Philips Hwy 880-3000
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF JAX
1810 Cassat Ave. 389-3621
PARKER NISSAN
2755 U.S. 1 Souti, StAug. 904-794-9990
MIKE SHAD NISSAN OF OP
1565 Wells Rd. 269-9400


COGGIN PONTIAC-GMC
9201 Atlantic Blvd. 724-2310
GARBER PONTIAC
Green Cove Springs 264-4502
NIMNICHT PONTIAC- GMC
11503 Phillips Hwy 854-4826



BRUMOS MOTOR
CARS INC.
10100 Atlantic Blvd. 725-9155



ROLLS ROYCE- ORLANDO
895 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Longwood/Orlando Fl 407-339-3443




NIMNICHT SAAB
7999 Blanding Blvd, Jax
904-778-7700 www.nimnicht.com



SATURN OF AVENUES
10863 Philips Hwy 262-7145


FORD Escort '97, speed,
very clean runs perfect,
144K miles, $1900.
904- 472- 6312

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1481 Wells Road 269-2603
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1140 Philips Hwy. 322-5100
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9850 Atlantic Blvd. 725-0911



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2525 Philips Hwy. 396-5486



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6833 Beach Blvd. 724-3511

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8908 Atlantic Blvd. 425-4001

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10384 Atlantic Blvd. 998-0012
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9910 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4381

Tom Bush Autoplex
9875 Atlantic Blvd. 371-4877

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5936 Philips Hwy. 733-7439
WARREN MOTORS, INC.
233 East State St. 356-8491






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