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'Hotel for the

homeless' urged

O e Homeeash This motel's basically
They're calling it a hotel for the ready to go or what
Representatives of local nonprofit we neeed.
agencies pitched the idea to the Nassau ROBYN ANDREWS, PRESIDENT
County Commission, on Nov. 19, The COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS
project, dubbed. Finally Home Nassau,
is a plan to shelter and aid some of the
county's 90-plus homeless residents for the Homeless of Nassau County,
in affordable housing starting with a told commissioners Monday,
vacant motel in Yulee. The restof the homeless live in the
"Currently in Nassau County, we streets, in tents in the woods and wher-
have no permanent supportive hous- ever they can find shelter, she added.
ing. We have no temporary supportive To change that, Andrews and her
housing. We have one shelter"' with peers from Sutton Place and Ability
about 10 beds in Ferandina Beach. Housing of Northeast Florida have pro-
"It's pretty much always full," Robyn
Andrews, president of the Coalition HOMELESS Continued on 3A

it clerk takes job

with new sheriff
ANGELA DAtUGHTPRY cords policies for
NewsLeader the city, a job she
loved doing. "I know
City Clerk Mary Mercer has (Leeper) needs
announced she is leaving her position that," she said
to take a job with the Nassau County Tuesday, "and I
Sheriff's Office. Her last day. of city want to bring every-
employmentwillbeJan. 4. thing forward and
Mercer, who was hired by new put policies and pro-
incoming sheriff Bill Leeper, said she ceduries in place for Mercer
would be workipg with records man the county."
agement and public records. She has "This opportuni-
held the city clerk position with thecity ty gives me the chance to use my
PHOTOS BY HEAHERA. PERRY/NEWS-LEADER of Fernandina Beach for over 17 years records management and public
The annual Christmas tree is dressed for the city's lighting ceremony Saturday at the foot of Centre and formerly worked in the Nassau records knowledge to help bring
Street, top left. Santa and Mrs. Claus listened to Christmas wishes in a tent near the harbor, top right County Supervisor of Elections office another county government office for-
Grace and Emmie Brown wait to have their picture made with Santa, above left. Joey Huston jumps as well.
for joy as Santa rides a fire engine down Centre Street, above right Mercer said she had set many CLERK Continued on. 3A

Nelson, shrimpers

talk business
GARRETT PELICAN in recent years due to stricter regula-
News-Leader tions and the lack of a major process-
ing plant on the East Coast, Adams
Fresh off his re-election victory told the senato.
over GOP challenger Connie Mack, "The closest (major) processing
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson spoke with Gov. plant is in Alabama, Mississippi and
Rick Scott about opportunities for Louisiana. Everything caught in
them to work together and he may Florida is sent out," he said, adding
have caught one in Fernandina Beach. that smaller plants in Tampa and in
Nelson spent the day before Georgia can't handle the large vol-
Thanksgiving in Fernandina talking umes of shrimp hauled in by Atlantic
shop with local fishermen and shad- shrimpers. A plant that could handle
owing Yulee shrimp boat captain Mike those amounts would boost Florida's
Adams. But before setting out on their economy and stem fishing exports,
voyage, the pair broached the subject he noted.
of putting a shrirmp processing plant in "We want to try and keep the prod-
Florida. uct inside Florida if we can," said
"(Gov. Scot said, 'I want to work Adams.
with you,'... so, l've got something to Standing dockside at the
call the governor back about today: Fernandina Harbor Marina, the pair
Let's get a shrimp processing plant reviewed records of shrimp tonnage
here on the East Coast or let's get it in from Florida's east and west coasts,
Florida," said Nelson. concluding that the totals were rough- GARREfr PELICAN/NEWS-LFADER
Once a staple of the local economy, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, left, and Yulee shrimp boat captain Mike Adams discuss a proposal to locate a
the shrimping industiy has languished SHRIMP Continued on 3A shrimp processing facility in Florida during Nelson's visit to the downtown marina last week.

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2A WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 2012 NEWS News-Leader


William E. Bryant Herrmann (Bryan), Brett John L.Reiss Rollie M.Wylie Gun courses Nassau County (CNS) opens
Harper and Daniel Harper, when temperatures drop to
William E. Bryant, 19, of eight treasured nieces and Mr. John (ack) L. Reiss, age Rollie M. Wylie, 75, passed Gary W. Belson Associa- 40 degrees or below. Organ-
Nashville, TN, died on nephews as well as his long- 85, of Fernandina Beach, FL away Friday morning, tes Inc. will hold concealed izers need volunteers and
November 12, 2012. William time companion and dear passed away Monday evening, November 23, 2012 at her Yulee weapon license courses at donations from area church-
died of injuries i~ a fatal car friend, Dee Clemons of November 19, 2012 at Baptist residence. Mrs. Wylie was born 4:15 p.m. Nov. 30 and at 4:30 es and organizations to oper-
Cid.:tii. Fernandina Beach. Medical Center/Nassau. October 19, 1937 in Wheeler p.m. Dec. 3, 6 and 11. A basic ate the CNS, which provides
He was born in Nashville, Funeral services will be at Mr. Reiss was born in East County, GA and moved to the with defensive tactics course a warm, dry, safe haven lo
TN, on November 27,1992. He 1:00 pm on Saturday, December Orange, NJ, Yulee area in 1954. will be held at 7:45 a.m. Dec. the homeless and those in
attended schools in Fernandina 1, 2012 in the Burgess Chapel on April 20, She loved family gatherings 8 and 22. For a complete need. Contact.the CNS at
Beach, FL, and graduated from of Oxley-Heard Funeral Home. 1927, the only and was an accomplished cook. schedule contact Belson at 277-2517 or Patricia dejesus,
McCreary High School in His family will receive son of the late i She was a 491-8358, (904) 476-2037 or coordinator, at (904) 624-
Kentucky. friends from 12:00 noon, until Harold and devoted moth- Visit 5633 for information.
He is sur- the hourof service on Saturday Ruth Lawshe er and dearly www.TheBelsonGroup:com. NAMImeeting
ived by his at the funeral home. Reiss. loved her TY meeting
mother, Patsy In lieu of flowers the family He gradu- grand and J tS The National Alliance for
Bryant; aunts requests that donations be ated from great-grand- JOY to the Children is Mental Illness Consumer
and uncles made to the Alachua Club, 32 Columbia High School in children. She gearing up for another great Support Group meets on
include Bill North34rd Street, Fernandina Maplewood, NJ, and then also enjoyed party this year, run entirely Fridays at 11 a.m. at the
and Sandy Beach, FL 32034. attended Stevens Institute of reading. Mrs. on volunteers and love. Council on Aging, 1367
Waldrop of Please share his life story Technology in Hoboken, NJ. Wylie attended Liberty Baptist Upcoming events include toy South 18th St., Fernandina
Jacksonville, Frank and Gayle at He was honorably discharged Church. shopping Dec. 2 and clothing Beach, across from Baptist
Murray of Fernandina Beach; Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors/ after serving in the United She was predeceased by her shopping Dec. 4. Volunteers Medical Center Nassau.
cousins, Jennifer Smedley and La Flora Mission States Navy. husband, Robert Wylie; a sister, are always welcomed and Nassau NAMI holds busi-
Allison Cunningham; and his Mr. Reiss owned and oper- Jeanette White; brothers, Bob appreciated. If you or some- ness meetings on the third
second-family in Tennessee, Ernest RKniht ated J. C. Reiss Optician, New Evans, Roger Evans and Clyde one you know would like to Thursday of each month at 7
Linda, Steven and Leslie Jersey's oldest optical estab- Evans; a sister in law, Gladys help with this event by p.m. in the conference room
Eggleston-Kingery. Mr. Ernest R. Knight, age lishment with five locations. He Mills and her parents, Johnny donating time or money, visit of the Northeast Florida
He was preceded in death 77,.of Fernandina Beach, pass- was a Rotarian in New Jersey, and Lynever Clements Evans. Community Action Agency,
by his grandparents, Lewis and ed away Monday, Nov. 26,2012 New Hampshire and Florida Survivors include two sons, r 303 Jasmine St., Suite 100,
Betty Walker. at Shands in Jacksonville. and a Paul Harris fellow on two Robert E Wylie, Jr. (Bonnie) of BD at selIa Fernandina Beach.
William's spirit was a bright, Born in Fernandina, FL he occasions. Fernandina Beach, FL and Baptist Health and the Family support meetings
imaginative one that knew no was the son of the late Lester Mr. Reiss, along with his Brad Wylie (Tess) of Fuquay- Cancer Support Community for family members of an
boundaries. While he will be Vernon and Elizabeth Coraleen wife, Lois, relocated to Varina, NC; three daughters, will present a seminar called individual with a mental
dearly missed, he will be Nix Knight. Mr. Knight lived in Fernandina Beach in the mid Ruth Darlington (John) of Frankly Speaking About health diagnosis are held at
immortalized as this forever Fernandina until the age of 13 80's to enjoy their retirement. Fernandina Beach, FL, Cancer: Breast Reconstruc- St. Peter's Episcopal Church,
young, carefree man, whose when he moved to the family He was of the Presbyterian Deborah Thornton (John), also tion, on Dec. 4, from 6-8:30 801 Atlantic Ave., once a
impact on his friends and fam- dairy farm in Brunswick, GA. faith. of Fernandina Beach, and Lynn pm in the fourth floor class- month at 7 p.m. Contact Lisa
ily's lives was immeasurable. He later worked on shrimp Mr. Reiss is .preceded in Wylie of Raleigh, NC; sister-in- room of the Hill Breast Mohn at 277-1886 for more
Memorial service will be held at boats on the Gulf Coast of TX death by his wife of nearly 60 law, Mildred Wright of Center, 1235 San Marco information.
a later date. and LA before beginning a long years, Lois Farrington Reiss, in Scotland, GA; two brothers, Blvd. The seminar is *
career in the Trucking Indus- June of 2010. Jimmy Evans of Spring Hill, FL designed to share informa- Sutton Place Behavioral
Mr. Leslie .Kenyon try. For over 35 years, he He leaves behind his daugh- and John Evans of Jacksonville, tion with women about their Health, Inc. provides group
M Lel enyon worked from CA as an over the ters Lynn R. Quintrell (Lute) FL; 14 grandchildren and 15 reconstructive options after sessions that range in price
Mr. Leslie J. "Les" Kenyon, road Driver, Dispatcher and of Cleveland Heights, OH, and great-grandchildren. breast cancer so, they can from $10-$25 per session
age 70, of Fernandina Beach, Terminal Manager for North Ann R. Cole (Donald) of- Funeral services were held feel more confident about depending on the individ-
FL passed away on Wednesday, American, Allied and Lenkirk Rockport, ME, as well as three at 11:00 a.m. Monday in the their decisions and more sat- ual's income. For informa-
November 21, 2012 at the Electronics before retiring from grandchildren and numerous Stephens Chapel at Green Pine isfied with the results. tion about group sessions
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital LePrino Foods of Glencoe, MN cousins. Funeral Home with Pastor Presenters will include inquire at 463142 SR 200,
in Tallahassee, FL. in 1997. In August 2004, he and Memorials may be made in Dolton W. Robertson, II offici- Ankit Desai, MD, a board- Yulee, or call 225-8280.
A native and lifelong resi-, his wife returned to his child- his name to the Salvation Army, ating. The family received certified plastic surgeon with Items
dent of the Jacksonville area, hood home in Fernandina 191 Nassau PI., Fernandina friends from 3:00 until 5:00 p.m. Baptist Health, and social Items wanted
he was the youngest of four Beach, along with Hurricane Beach, FL 32034. Sunday at the funeral home. worker Chelsea Foote. The Buy-Gones Ladies Resale,
cheiMr-,n born to the late Earl Charlie. Please share his life story In lieu of flowers, the family seminar also includes a 1014 S. Seventh St., Fernan-
Cilarls and Lucille Elizabeth Mi. Knight enjoyed record- and leave condolences at suggests memorial donations panel discussion of breast dina Beach, is collecting
Pi'rr:y KIenyvon. After attending ing, preservihg and transfer- be made to Community Hos- cancer survivors who will greeting cards (front part
Umatilla High ring old movies, television pro- Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors pice of Northeast Florida, 4114 discuss the choices they only) for St. Jude's Child-
S School, Mr. grams and VHS recordings to Sunbeam Rd., Bldg. 100 Suite made regarding breast ren's Ranch; towels for PE.T
IK e n y o n new updated DVD media. EleaseSmall 101,Jacksonville, FL 32257. reconstruction. hand-cranked cycles; old
attended and He had attended the First For more information and The seminar is free, but bedspreads for animal shel-
gr ad u ated Baptist Church of Fernandina On November 23,2012, our to sign Mrs. Wheeler's online registration is limited to 35 ter pet bedding; and boxes of
from Went- Beach and was a former mem- Heavenly Father. called our register book please visit the people. To register, call (904) individually wrapped snacks
worthInsti- ber of the Lighthouse Assembly beloved mother and devoted Green Pine website at 202-CARE (2273). for the USO. Call 2774071.
tute of Tech- of God in Glencoe,MN. wife Elease Small home. She Volud
nology in He is preceded in death by was bornin Lessie, Florida, on Green Pine Funeral Home Volunteeswaited Biiuge
Boston where .he earned a a son, Vernon Knight. October 7, 1939 to the late The Coalition for the Play duplicate bridge on
degree in General Contracting. Mr. Knight leaves behind, Lester Mason Sr, and Mabel DBATH NOTICES Homeless of Nassau County Wednesdays at 1 p.m.
Upon graduation, he returned his wife, Arlie Knight, Fernan- Mason. VIILJ has opened a Day Drop-in (except the first Wednesday
home and joined the family dina Beach, FL, children, Robin She gave Center that provides facili- of he month) at the Woman's
business, E. C. Kenyon Knight, Brunswick,GA, Ernest her life to the Gladys M. Barrett 87, ties, services and resources Club, 201 Jean LaFitte Ave.,
Construction. He remained' a R Kight,Jr., St. SittonsJsland, Iord at an Fernandina Beach, Sunday, to people experiencing FernandinaBeach. The
principal in the family business GA, Sqdy Ekldr and Stephanie early age. She Nov. 25, 2012. homelessness and those at games are sanctioned by
until selling and retiringin the Highsmith, Brunswick, GA, was adedicat- Eternity Funeral Homes & high risk of homelessness. American Contract Bridge.
eairly 1980s. Jenae Keck, Oxnard, CA, Susan ed member of Cremations-Nassau The center provides serv- League and use Bridge-
As a young man, he and his Stone, Hutchinson, MN, G r e a t e r William R. Byrle, 77, Nov. ices such as showers and mates, electronic round
family would spend many sum- Michon Montean, Forest Lake, Church of 25, 2012. Arrangements are laundry facilities, a mailing clock,.new bidding boxes
mers enjoying friends and rel- MN, brothers and sisters, Joyce God By Faith incomplete at Green Pine address, phone and comput- and cards and have hand
atives at his family home on the Breeland, Brunswick, GA, where she was a member of Funeral Home. er use, help acquiring need- records. Cost is $6/person.
northern shores of Fernandina Kenneth Knight, Fernandina, the Mother's Board, taught Norma Mae Hixon, 60, of ed documents and referral to Contact Fred Stokes at (912)
Beach. After retiring, he Beach, FL, twins, Janice Clark, Sunday School, was a Callahan, Sunday, Nov. 25, 2012. local service providers. 576-8296 or fred.stokes@
returned to Fernandina Beach, Waynesville, GA, Dannis active member on the decorat- Funeral services will be held The center is located at
settling in Olde Towne. Knight, Fernandina Beach, FL, ing and hospitality commit- on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 1 p.m. the Fernandina Beach *
A Presbytei-ian by faith, he Cathy Elliott, Waynesville, NC, tee. from the Eternity Funeral Church of Christ at the cor- Join other players
enjoyed woodworking, any DIY numerous grandchildren, seven She graduated from Peck Home Chapel at 4856 Oakdale ner of Jasmine and South Thursdays at 9 a.m. at the
project, FSU football and great-grandchildren and count- High in 1957. On April 7, Ave. in Jacksonville. 14th streets (entrance facing Peck Center for a friendly
NASCAR. Les never knew a less aunts, uncles, nieces and 1960, mom married Isaac 'Victoria Milewski, 92, South 14th Street). Hours game of duplicate bridge.
stranger and loved to be around nephews as well as his special Small (mother of Judy Avery), are 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Tuesdays Bring your own partner or
people and just have a good Schnauzer and Feline compan- Sr., her grade school sweet- Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012. Funeral and Thursdays. To volunteer they will find one for you.
time. ions "Babie." heart, and became a devoted services will be held at St. or for more information, con- Call 261-7297.
Preceding him in death is a Funeral services will be at 2 military wife. From this union Michael's Catholic Church in tact Mary Clemens at 556- * *
brother, Dana B. Kenyon. p.m. on Thursday, November they had three. children: Fernandina Beach on 6216. Bring a partner and come
Mr. Kenyon leaves behind, 29, 2012 in the Burgess Chapel Vanessa, Isaac Jr., and Natasha. Thursday, Nov. 29 at 10:30 a.m. i o play bridge every Tuesday at
his daughters, Shannon K. of Oxley Heard with Reverend Viewing will be held for Mark Edward Mongeon, igo 6:30 p.m. or Thursday at 1
Harper (Ryan), Jacksonville, Jeff Overton officiating. Elease Small on November 30, 59, Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. A The public is invited to p.m. at 3024 Sea Marsh
FL, Laurie K. Brown (Al Mr. Knight will be laid to 2012, at 6 p.m., for public at Mt. memorial service will beheld at play bingo every Thursday at Road, Amelia Island Planta-
Erickson), Ashburn, VA, a rest in Bosque Bello Cemetery. Horeb Baptist Church. 11 a.m. Dec. 1 in the chapel of the Legion, 626 S. Third St., tion. Fee is $6. Call Lynn
brother, Jerry Kenyon (Ann), His family will receive Funeral service willbe held Green Pine Funeral' Home, Fernandina Beach, in the Leisy at 261-0104.
Albuquerque, NM, a sister, friends on Thursday, at the on December 1, 2012, 11 a.m., 96281,Green Pine Road,Yulee. large smoke-free meeting Help rv
Claire Byrnes (Jerry), funeral home, from 1 p.m.until at Mt. Horeb Baptist Church Lynda Dawson Schlotter- hall. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Charlotte, NC, a sister in law, the hour of service, located at 58553 Coopers Neck beck, 70, of Fernandina Beach, and Early Bird Games start Disabled American
Ann Kenyon, Jacksonville, FL Please share his life story Road, Hillard. Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. at 6:05 p.m., with regular Veterans Service Officer
and five grandchildren, Rachel at HuffBatiste Eternity FuneralHomes & play beginning at 6:30 p.m. Jennett Wilson Baker is on
Brown, Chris Harper, Brooke Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors Funeral Home Cremations-Nassau The bingo session is nine duty at the Peck Center '
games for $20, with multiple every Tuesday from 9 a.m.-2
jackpots being paid out. p.m. to provide free, profes-
Refreshments are available. sional assistance to veterans
AA MEETINGS For questions email and their families in obtain- ing benefits and services
Open meetings are open to meetings are non-smoking *** Book study); Fridays at 11 Cold shelter earned through military
anyone, including non-alco- and one hour in duration. The Fernandina Beach a.m. (open Big Book study) '-AJ1U service. Make an appoint-
holics, families, etc., who may * Group meets in the Amelia and 7 p.m. (open speaker); The Cold Night Shelter of ment by calling 556-3363.
be interested in Alcoholics Alcoholics Anonymous Room, 906 S. Seventh St., and Saturdays at 7 a.m. and
Anonymous. All scheduled.AA meetings for people who have, Mondays at 6:30 p.m. (begin- 6:30 p.m. (open discussion).
or think they may have, a ners); Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. Call 261-8349.
N LEMONUMNT drinking problem are held (open discussion); Wednes- *** I
Mondays at noon and days at 7 a.m. (open 12 & 12 The Downtown Group
1 MPtNY INC Saturdays at 10 a.m. at Prince study) and 11 a.m. (open meets at the Alachua Club,
OfMPW of Peace Lutheran Church, on step meeting); Thursdays at 7 corner of Third and Alachua
277-4499 Atlantic Avenue across from a.m. (open Big Book study), streets on Mondays at 8 p.m. \ J^ in W est Side eck
Fort Clinch State Park. Enter 11 a.m. (open discussion) (open 12 & 12 study); Tues-
14' &Atlantic through the side door. and 6;30 p.m. (open Big days at 8 p.m. (open speak-
er); Wednesdays at 8:15 p.m.
(open men's discussion); GARRETT PELICAN to the Florida Highway Patrol.
511 Ash Street, Fernandina Beach. FL 32034 Thursdays at 8 p.m. and News-Leader Troopers said a motor
(904) 261-3696 Fax 261-3698 Fridays at 8 p.m. (open dis- home driven by George A.
NEV S Website foremall addresses: cussin); and Saturdaysat 8 One man was killed and Miller ofNorth Fort Myers
am. (open discussion) and 8 another critically hurt in a was headed north on US 301
LEADER Office hours are 8:30 a.m. o Monday hrough Friday p.m. (open -relationships). head-on collision on US 301 about a half mile south of Otis
The News-Leader is published every Wednesday and Friday by The Fernandina Call 261-3580. Monday evening, according Road about 6:25 p.m. when it
Beach News-Leader, 511 Ash Street, P.O. Box 766, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. veered into the southbound
Periodicals postage paid at Femandina Beach, Fla. (USPS 189-900) ISSN# 0163-4011. Reproductions of the contents of this lane and stiuck a Ford pickup
publication in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher are prohibited. fLOOKING BACK driven by Harold A Lassiter of
POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: News-Leader, P.O. Box 766, Fernandina Beach, FL 32035. The News-Leader IWinter Haven
may only be sold by persons or businesses authorized by the publisher or circulation director.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS: The News-Leader assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertis- Miller, 82, was pronounced
ing. When notified promptly, the part of the advertisement in which the typographical error appears will be reprinted. All adver- The Fernandina Beach Jaycees announced dead at the scene, according
tising is subject to the approval of the publisher. The News-Leader reserves the right to correctly classify, edit or delete any i their "enthusiastic support" for the professional to a traffic report.
objectionable wording or reject the advertisement in its entirety at any time prior to scheduled publication if it is determined that e f N C u t ties. lai te wac trins
the advertisement or any part thereof is contrary to the general standard of advertising acceptance. YEARS evaluation of Nassau County properties. Lassiter, 47, was trans-
SB IIPLO November 29, 1962 ported to Shands Jacksonville
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ..................... with criittcalinjuries, the report
Mail in Nassau County ..................$39.00 "CNI ,",e The State Attorney's Office found no evidence said.
Mail out of Nassau County ................ .$65.00 incorpod on which to file criminal charges in the case of A third car, driven by
NEWS DEADINES ADVERTISING DEADLINES YEARS two Fernandina Beach Police officers fired for Millard A. Baker of Moultrie,
WEDNESDAY NEWS-LEADER FRIDAY NEWS-LEADER YEA soliciting nude photos from a teen girl. Ga., following behind the
Community News: Church Notes: November 26, 1987 motor home, hit debris from
Monday, 5 p.m. Monday, 5 p.m. Classified Ads: Monday, 5:00 p.m.* Wednesday, 5:00 p.m. the collision but the driver
Letters to the editor: People and Places: Classified Display: Friday, 3 p.m. Tuesday, 5 p.m.
Monday, 12 p.m. Thursday, 3 p.m. Legal Notices: Friday, noon N/A A blaze at an Amelia Island Plantation ware- was not injured, the report
Retail Advertising: Friday, 3 p.m. Tuesday. 3 p.m. YEA S house caused more than $2 million damage, said.
Monday holidays the Classified deadline wil be Friday at 5 p.m. I1JAl November 27, 2002 gpelic ani@flnewsleader:com

WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 2012 NEWS News-Leader 3A

NE WPORT COPJMMISSIONER HOMELESS as mental health and substance There's very, very limited
abuse counseling through affordable housing in Nassau
Continued from iA Sutton Place and medical assis- County for people who really -
posed buying The Kountry Inn, tance through the Barnabas- they're the working poor," she
a vacant motel located on US run Samaritan Clinic. said.
17 in Yulee. The site has 11 Dr. Lauren Pagel, executive Andrews projected that buy-
rooms and a separate building director of Sutton Place, said ing the property and remodel-
that could provide homes to at she and Andrews are seeking ing it for its inhabitants would
least 14 homeless individuals, support from the board in the cost about $550,000.
Andrews said. form of a county-appointed liai- "This motel's basically ready
The project has the support son and help securing funding, to go for what we need," she
of the Barnabas Center, Micah's such as grants, for the project. said.
Place, Sutton Place, United Way "It's a community effort it's Commission Chair Danny
of Northeast Florida, Ability going to take to address this Leeper thanked the represen-
Housing of Northeast Florida, problem," said Pagel, who noted tatives for their presentation and
the city of Fernandina Beach that homelessness has grown fo "identifying the issue in
and other agencies, but its advo- nationwide with the economic Nassau County."
cates are seeking support from recession. "At the moment, I think we
the county as well, Andrews told The county has 94 homeless probably need to do some
the board. residents, according to a count research and see who we might
"Our goal is to develop per- taken in January. It reported 98 appoint to work with you," he
manently supportive housing, in 2009. said.
which would provide a place for "It is actually a larger issue Leeper and Commissioner
them to live, but not just to put than the numbers shoa said Barry Holloway encouraged
them into housing and leave Pagel, pointing out that different Andrews to contact County
them there," said Andrews, agencies have different meas- .Manager Ted Selby to review
adding that the program would ures for determining home- how.the county could help.
include support services, such lessness. gpelican@fbnewsleadercom

SHRIMP owned Deepwater Horizon rig for some of that funding, Nelson
exploded in the Gulf of Mexico said.
Continued from LA in April 2010, are "another rea- But where would the plant
ly the same. son to have a processing plant" go?
Adams said more than 100 on the East Coast. "What's the best place to put
GARRIFTPELICAN/NEWS-LEADER shrimp boats used to moor in Nelson asked Adams, who it in Florida, the processing
Nassau County Clerk of Court John Crawford swears in newly minted Ocean Fernandina, but that number took Scott shrimping on Aug. plant?" asked Nelson. "I assume
Highway & Port Authority Commissioner Richard Bruce, joined by his wife Nora, in has since dwindled to about 13. 22, if he'd broached the subject you're going to say
a small ceremony held on the steps of the Nassau County Courthouse in downtown And it's.not for a lack of shrimp. with the governor. Fernandina."
Fernandina Beach on Nov. 20. Bruce, a Republican, bested incumbent commission- "It's a renewable resource "We've got about 260 mem- Pointing down at the dock
er Melvin Usery, a fellow Republican, in the general election Nov. 7. not like petroleum-based prod- bers, shrimpers," leplied beneath them, Adams said, "Yes
ucts or anything like that," he Adams, president of the sir. It's got a major port. There's
said. "They come in every year Shrimpers' CQoperative in not a lot of commercial vessels
and they lay their eggs and our North Florida. '"We've burnt the like you've got out at Mayport.
CLERK tial role of keeping records of all cessful team," Mercer wrote in tonnage goes- about like that governor's ears up." ... It'd be a whole lot easier for
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Real estate sales, prices Is there a Plan Bfor

both up substantially enlarging city library?
JACKSONVILLE North- reach 8,667. There were 8.8 trends rather than sporadic
east Florida's real estate mar- months of supply on hand in blips in the market." Proponents ofa new library
ket maintained positive momen- October 2011, which has The Northeast Florida in downtown Fernandina
turn in October. There were dropped 38.8 percent and now Association of Realtors provides Beach are attempting to turn The currentplan was concocted and
1,489 closed sales;.a 3.7 percent sits at just 5.4 months. professional development, polit- the page in securing funds for
increase year to date and a 19.3 Of the 1,489 closed sales, ical advocacy, professional stan- the grand project following approved byfour city commissioners
percent increase over last Octo- 823 were traditional sales and dards administration, media several political setbacks. who are no ongerin office.
ber, according to the Northeast 666 (or 44.7 percent) were relations and promotional activ- Representatives of the W a O in ff .
Florida Association of Realtors. lender-mediated. With the pool ities and exchange of informa- Friends of the Library have
Pending sales jumped sub- of inventory experiencing sharp tion among its members. contacted city and county offi-
.slantially to reach 1,940, a 15.8 reductions, there has been an NEFAR is Northeast Florida's cials and requested the the current plan because it was Friends of the Library cannot
percent increase year to date uptick in the percentage of largest professional association, $600,000 pledged by both par- concocted and approved by raise their portion of funds.
and 45 percent higher than last lender mediated property sales comprising more than 4,900 ties. They four city commissioners who Though it would delay the
October's 1,338. over the past couple of months members working in all facets of reportedly are no longer in office. "We've project, forcing library propo-
Sales prices continued to as these are being cleared out. the real estate industry, includ- asked for had two elections, and the nents to raise their $1.2 mil-
increase.. The median sales Even with 44.7 percentlof ing residential and commercial these contri- Forward Fernandina move- lion share before city and
price of $137,950 was 7.9 per- sold properties having been sales as well as property man- butions for ment lost," the official said. county funds are kicked in-
cent higher than a year ago and lender mediated for the month, agement. All statistics in 1 libr ar y The public-led upheaval and makes the most financial
a 5.6 percent increase year to homes are selling faster. A 111- NEFAR's reports are based on improve- the political fallout have been 'sense. In this way, the possi-
date. Average sales price day average days to sale during data compiled from NEFAR's ments to be over several components of the bility of running out of funds
showed similar activity, rising October was down 10.5 percent wholly owned subsidiary, the forwarded to Forward Fernandina plan. For would be eliminated. And pri-
from $163,253 last October to from last October's 124 days. Northeast Florida Multiple an escrow one, commissioners atthetime vate pledges for this type of
$175,784 this year; a 7.7 percent NEFAR President Dane Listing Service (NEFMLS). As STEVE'S account at a approved borrowing up to $8 public/private endeavor some-
increase within a year. Year to Leslie said, "We continue to all Nassau and St. Johns County MARKET local law million for public projects with- times are not fulfilled.
date, the average sales price is carefully review all related fac- realtors are not participants of PLACE office. out allowing the public to vote New commissioner Charley
up 5.8 percent. tors, but positive indicators in the NEFMLS, reports provid- Appar- on the-loan. In addition, While Corbett has nade a motion sev-
Inventory of homes has price, inventory, levels and ,ed do not represent the full ". ently, the an expensive new library has eral times to return the $1.8
plummeted, dropping 30.5 per- speed of sales over many extent of Realtor sales in those Steve Nicklas taxpayer dol- been a central cog in the capi- million already borrowed by
cent from 12,468 a year ago to months now clearly indicate counties. lars would tal plan, opponents question its the city for the initial Forward
then be controlled by the urgency and merit. Fernandina projects. Even
activist library group- and not Also, library supporters though the line of credit used
by government officials as it have opposed any suggestions to secure the loan carries a low
o still is now. When questioned, of making minor improve- rate, the city will pay about
both city and county officials ments to the existing building. $35,000 in interest each year.
i t, indicated they would not They initially wanted to buy a And, of course, the money has
release the funds under, this building, but when-that ven- to be paid back when the loan
Stproposed arrangement, ture was quashed by public matures.
O n The unfolding story of a opposition, they settled on ren- To complicate matters, sev-
Snew library has taken numer- ovating the existing location eral officials have been briefed
ous twists and turns. The latest but on a much grander scale. on.a smaller, less costly ver-
Taking advantage of its will be held Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. mooif with a specially designed development is the election of "Where is Plan A and where sion of the library project and
ocean front location, and the "The full.moon has long had four-course dinner featuring cof- two additional newcomers to is Plan B?" said the county offi- may be willing to take a page
beauty'of the night sky, The Ritz- an aura of mystery, magic and fee-rubbed bison tartare, local the Fernandina Beach City cial, who is pivotal to the deci- from it In this plan, some 1,100
Carlton, Amelia Island will offer romance," said General Man- Redfish in Sunchoke chowder, Commission, who may not be sion-making process. "It's all square feet could be'revamped
a fine dining experience each ager James E. McManemon. and pan-roasted Squab. For as enthusiastic about the or none- build the big one or for public library purposes and
month to celebrate the full moon "The. Ritz-Carlton, Amelia dessert, the chef will create an library initiative, else. Taxpayers are tired of that (along with several other mod-
at its award-winning restaurant Island's ideal location along a out of this world moon pie, fea- Four commissioners who mentality." ifications) would cost closer to
Salt. breathtaking stretch of the turing charred marshmallow supported the new library and City officials may adopt a $400,000, according to the
After dinner, head down to Northeast Florida coastline, between a bacon graham crack- other public projects known similar stance as they did county official.
the beach for an up-close look at gives us the opportunity to deep- er dipped in chocolate. Pair as Forward Fernandina have toward a new animal shelter. Well, that's $2 million less
the stars and sky through the en the experience by creating a thesefine dishes with cham- either been defeated in recent Humane Society officials were than the grand plan. If these
lens of a telescope. An astron- dining event around the lunar pagne to make for an unforget- elections or chose not to run told the city would match their figures are correct, the differ-
omer will be on hand to guide calendar." table romantic dining experi- again. The only remaining donations dollar for dollar; ence between the two plans
stargazers through the galaxy. Chef de Cuisine Rick ence. commissioner who backed the however, Humane Society offi- would buy a lot of books. It's
The first full moon celebration Laughlin pays tribute'to the full Reservations begin at 6 p.m. spending plan is Arlene Filkoff. cials had to raise their money worth at least reading up on
The price is $95 per person plus Under the library propos- first, it.
STHE vms-ao gratuity or $150 per person al, the city and county would Library proponents are Steve Nicklas is a financial
paired with champagne. Salt is each contribute $600,000 seeking commitments from the advisor with a major U.S. firm
located in The Ritz-Carlton, toward' a new or revamped city and county prior to rais- who lives and works on Amelia
Amelia Island at 4750 Amelia building. The Friends of the ing their share of the funds. Island. His business columns
Island Parkway. For reserva- Library group has pledged to The corinern in this 'scenario appear in several newspaprs
tions please call.277-1100 orvisit raise another $1.2 million to would bethat the library would in North Floriida He can be
SI www.ritzcarlton.coin/ameliais- reach the $2.4 million price tag. be torn apart and never put reached at 753-0236.
land. One county official doubted back together, that is, if the thenicklasceam2i.'


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The Cooking Schools will'be downtown Fernandina Beach; ly renovated 'and now features group photography and multi- Island Plantation have launched feel.
held Feb. 20-21, featuring open daily from 5-10 p.m. Visit two redecorated dining rooms, pie flight routes are available. a. new web site, www.villasof For visitor information and
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Cheetah at White Oak

gives birth to three cubs
A female cheetah at White Oak, a 7,400-acr have resulted in increased success.
conservation center and retreat near Yulee, gave "Breeding cheetahs is very challenging and
birth to three healthy cubs on Nov. 19. The cubs, with only a small portion of the population repro-
a female and two males, are being cared for by ducing, and it's very exciting when we have
their mother, a four-yea told cheetah that was cubs from a first time dam or sire, as this helps
also born at White Oak. keep the population genetically healthy," says
White Oak is one of the most successful chee- White Oak cheetah expert Karen Meeks. "I'm
tah breeding centers in the world, and these very happy to see a first-time mother so relaxed
cubs mark the facility's 146th births. White Oak and content caring for her cubs."
works with the Cheetah Species Survival Plan The three new cheetah cubs will stay with
and partners at the Conservation Center for their mother until they are about one year old.
Species Survival (C2S2) to ensure that a healthy The cubs will then be separated for placement in
captive cheetah population continues to sustain zoos and breeding centers; mimicking the nat-
cheetah populations. ural dispersal process of cubs leaving their moth-
The C2S2 consortium is comprised of five el- at that age.
organizations, including White Oak, that col- White Oak conserves and sustains some of
lectively manage more than 25,000 acres devot- the Earth's rarest wild animals through innova-
ed to endangered species study, management tive training, research, education arid breeding
and recovery. Together the C2S2 partners house programs that contribute to the survival of
Over 80 cheetahs and account for a majority of the wildlife in nature. The facility is home to imper-
culs born' in North America each year. iled speciesfromaround the world, including rhi-
Historically, the cheetah has low reproductive nos and the elusive okapi. SUBMrITED
success in captivity, but the space, facilities and To learn more about White Oak go to www. These cheetah cubs, a female and two males, are being cared for by their mother, a
expeftise at White Oak and its C2S2 partners four-year-old cheetah that was also born at White Oak.


Guiding students her destiny
Yulee Primary School guid-
ance counselor Angela Parks
Lawson says it was probably "I am here
her destiny to work in the for the
school system. She graduated children
in 1987 with 12 years of perfect and their
attendance, and her mom, the families,"
late Dr. Caroline Parks- says
SFlowers, was an elementary Angela
principalin Nassau County. Parks
Born in Tallahassee, Lawson.
Lawson has spent nearly all of HEATHERA.
her life in Yulee. PERRY
As guidance counselor for NEWS-LEADER
the youngest' students in the
school system, Lawson says a seen or heard it all, think Leisure time i& family time,
typical day at Yulee Primary again!" says Lawson, who often
Sincludes registering and assist- When she first began at spends her off-work hours fish-
ing new students and their YPS, Lawson provided class- ing with her husband or shop-
families, working with other room skill-streaming lessons ping with her girls.
schools to obtain or send every other week. Lawson shares her home
records, providing individual "As the school-grew, I was with husband, Reese, and chil-
or group counseling, acting as only able to provide classroom dren Cady, Kiley, Cody and
liaison between schools, fami- lessons once a month." Hope. The family feline is a
lies and agencies and meeting Skill-streaming involves beloved 18-year-old white cat
with parents concerning court character education such as with blue eyes named Bullet.
PHOTOS BY BETH JONES/NEWS-LEADER documents and custody paper- learning to be kind, to coop- Yulee Primary School is
Yule High School English teacher Blair Outler was surprised by-boyfriend work. erate and to make good choic- located at 86426 Goodbread
MifjHari duriing halfime of the H~Mtnet football game Nov. 16. Harris, d4essed as "You meet many great stu- es. Road. Guidance office hours
YHS mascot Buzz-for thelhst h alf, revealed his identity and then asked Outler for her dents and their families. "We're always telling them are 7:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m. Phone
hand in marriage. She said, "Yes." There's never a dull moment that. It's like a mantra around 225-9711.
and just when you think you've here," said Lawson. type@lbnewsleadercom

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SThis is not my father's GOP
N EW S orget Republican comebacks in 2014 serving us breakfast. There We have to attract immigrants to the GOP,
L or 2016. were only a couple Hispanics not repel them. We have to do it with more
Unless it gets its head and its heart in Florida. than words every two or four years. And we
straight, the party might never win That's not inclusive. can't do what Mitt Romney did.
the popular vote or the White House again. Republicans have got to find a He came to California, held a fuidraiser,
SOLDES WEEKLY NEWSPAPER The GOPtoday is not my father's party way to reach out to these gabbed hismoney and left. He did nothing to
I:SABLIS IED IN 1854 And until the hierarchy of the GOP stops communities. get out the vote or reach out to the Hispanic
The News-Leader is published withpride weekly talking about how great Ronald Reagan was I told those conservatives community.
for the people of Nassau County by Community and starts embracing what he really stood for,.. in Florida a story about a Romney wasn't going to carry California.
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe the party of conservatism is destined for the young man who as a child But we lost three good incumbepts in close
that strong newspapers build strong communi- ash heap of history. MA K G came to the United States ille- congressional races in the state on Nov. 6 -
ties "Newspapers get things done!" Our primary Ronald Reagan was somebody who SENSE gally with his parents in the Mary Bono Mack, Dan Lundgren and Brian
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable
community-oriented newspapers This mission believed in inclusion, not exclusion. He found ... early 1980s. Bilbray.
will be accomplished through the teamwork of a way to reach out to all voting groups, which He became an American Why did we lose those seats? Because only
professionals dedicated to the truth, integrity, qual- is why he was the last Republican presidential Michael citizen in 1986 when my 29 percent of registered voters in California
ity and hard work. candidate to win the Hispanic vote. Reagan father signed into law the are Republican. And why is that? Because the
The GOP in 2012 reminds me of the state of Simpson-Mazzoli Act, which GOP lacks a vision. Because it lacks a mes-
FoY R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER disarray it was in during the mid-1960s. granted amnesty to 3 million illegal residents sage.
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR It was so bad for Republicans in California and made them citizens. If the GOP is to survive and get this coun-
MIKE H-IANKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR then that they held a special convention and When he turned 18, to thank the try back on track, it has to regain its
RIOBERT FIEGE.'PRODUCTION DIRECTOR invited the state's Democratic Speaker of the United Stares for allowing him to become a cit- Reaganesque vision and make its message
BOB TIMPE. CIRCULATIQNDIRECTOR Assembly Jesse Unruh to come and tell them izen, he joined the Navy to serve his new more caring and welcoming to immigrants.
ANGELINE MUDD. what was wrong with them. country. The Republican Party has to reach out to
NGE OIE MND Unruh came and was blunt: The GOP had When the USS Ronald Reagan was home the Hispanic, black, Asian and other communi-
SUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER no vision and'no message for voters, because porting in San Diego, he volunteered to serve ties and become involved with them and do it
SIAN PERRY. ASSISTANTEDITOR they didn't know who they were or what they on the ship named after the president who every day from now on.
BETrH IJNES. SPoRTs EDITOR stood for. allowed him to become a citizen. Now'he men- Until that happens, the GOP is going to
TOM WOOD DINK NESMITH Those pre-Ronald Reagan Republicans got tors 275 sailors on that aircraft carrier and is have lots more Thanksgivings with less and
CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT the message. They left that convention, turned working on his master's degree. less to give thanks for.
their fortunes around, and ended up with There are a thousand stories like that-that Michael Reagan is the son of President
T NeaT prCmmunity Ronald Reagan in the governor's chair. nobody wants to tell when Republicans talk Ronald Reagan, a political consultant and the
S Incorporated Today's national GOP needs the same kind about immigration. author of "The New Reagan Revolation" (St.
of turnaround, and the process starts with fix- The GOP has got to find a message of inclu- Martin's Press). He is the founder and chair-
7he views expressed by the columnists and ing the party's inclusion problem with sion instead of "Get the hell out of my coun- man of The Reagan Group and president
letter writers on this page are their own Hispanic, black and Asian voters, try." That's what Hispanics and other immi- of The Reagan Legacy Foundation. Visit his
ean nopecesar, it reflect thevie sof Last week I spoke to a room of 400 corser- grants hear from the Republican Party "Get. websites at and www.michael-
th. i r vatives. The only blacks in the room were out."


robots and Harvard PirateParade
This year's annual trip to Boston was a My family is disappointed with o e co
special one because I took my almost 28- the change of the dateof t ie \Pirate
year-old son with me to meet his maternal Parade, making it a coimpletely sep-
grandmother and all his extended New arate event from the Shrimp Festival '
England family for the first time. ("Earlier date for Pirate Parade;" I
We met in Atlanta for the flight to Nov. 21). It has been a family tradi-
Boston, prepared for tion for my grandkids to come down
snowy New England from Atlanta just in time for the
weather with boots and parade, and then to stay for the
coats. As we flew north- Shrimp Festival, The parade was
ward, snow-covered land- their favorite part. Now they can
scapes stretched out only do one or the other, but can't do y 0
beneath us but, by the both. One will suffer. :(| LFE
timewe landed at Logan Why mess with something that
Airport, the snow had dis- has been so successful? I can only IV L
sipated and we emerged compare this decision to the one yo S ( ( A'
NEWS- into a chilly afternoon with that moved the farmers market. It ->
ROOM darkness falling fast. stinks.
VI S The onily tourist excur- Wayne Langley ?UN
VI S sion we took was to the Fernandina Beach OVER AN
Massachusetts Institute of ANIMAL.
HeatherA. Technology Museum. M sin
The kinetic art of i
Perry Arthur Ganson mesmer- I'd like to offer my own "mus-
ized us as we gazed upon ings .. .and random thoughts on : '
wofrks o.fch as an artichoke petal walking island life" on this bright and'stinriy m
6n a wheel and a chicken wishbone picking autumn day: Has anyone else
its way along a mesh path. begun to wish that Dave Scott
The photographs of Berenice Abbott ("Dave's World") didn't have a reg- .
intrigued us. as did an exhibit exploring ular column, so that he would have
artificial intelligence. The sociable to submit hisincreasingly negative o i
humanoid robot, Kismet, by Cynthia and defensive social and political
Breazeal was amazing and the holographic comments in a letter to the editor,
exhibit was extraordinary. like the rest of us grumpy old men? ADAM ZYGLIS/rHE BUFFALO NEWS
We got a close-up look at the Minsky As Dave himself may phrase it, "Just
Arm and learned more-about Alan Turing, wondering." the American Legion organizes the Daysrli~nVlla e Th gift ofthe givesr is the true
the father of computer science. Rich McCullen Tys for Tots Poker'Run. More than E Lear gift thatbrings joy for many during
I loved the eagerness and excitement Fernandina Beach 100 riders join to hit the road with I sincerely hope that this letter the Christmas season and it is this
evident on the faces of MIT students as their thundering motorcycles. finds your readers healthy and giftthat isgiven with love that helps
they discussed their experiments on video T f Tots While it is fun to get out on the pen happy as we head into the holidays many with mental illness connect
screens throughout the museum. o or ts road for a ride, their main focus is If you have taken time to read this to the community, thepeople around
On the way back to my sister's house, I Since 1947, scores of Marines, raising money for Toys for Tots. letter I am thankful for the oppor- them and creates a sense of well
was busy snapping pictures of all the his- family members; friends, veterans On a smaller, but no less impor- tunity to seek your help and assis- being that is irreplaceable.
toric architecture. When we drove right by organizations, churches and gen- tant scale, Len Kreger a member of tance. For many years residents can
Harvard University, it was all Casey and I erous donors have teamed ug l to our detachment and leader of the Each year for the last 22 years share with me what happen during
could do to keep from jumping out of the ensure underprivileged children Fernandina Beach Kayak Club, led, we have worked to share the joy of the holidays and can provide great
car. receive toys for Christmas. the annual Toys for Tots kayak pad- Christmas with the residents at level of detail regarding the memo
"Do you want to stop?" asked my sister. You may be familiar with thle dle. With the donation of a toy, Dayspring Village. This.year, how- ries of the Christmas past I have to
"No, because if I ever got into that Toys for Tots boxes deployed in kayakers are guided on a wonderful ever, because of the economy we admit that mental illness can result
library, you probably couldn't pry me out stores, shops, restaurants and fire morning paddle on Lofton Creek. are faced with the prospect of a in tragedies for peoplewho struggle
with a crowbar,' answered my son. stations around Nassau County this On Dec. 9, the good folks of First "Blue Christmas" for many of the with these symptoms unlike any I
One of his personal heroes, Neil time of year. What yotr may not Baptist Church will open their doors mentally ill residents who call have heard. It must take incredible
deGrasse Tyson, is a Harvard graduate, as know is how the boxes get to each for the Toyland Concert featuring Dayspring Village home. courage to preserve through these
are many of the other important women and location. It's not simply putting the the The Martins. Admission is, you I am asking for your help this tragedies and continue to look for joy
men he's learning about at college, boxes out and picking up toyso.a few guessed it, one unwrapped toy. Not year because this important proj- in life.
Although both of us yearned to walk the days later. In Nassau County; the only does First Baptist hold this ect is in real trouble and, absent Please take a few minutes today
hallowed halls trod by a long line of famous Everett P. Pope Detachment of the annual event, many of their mem- your help, advocacy and participa- and respond to our plea and help
scholars, authors and presidents, we had a Marine Corps League has for the bers help by providing the muscle tion; I am not sure what we will be us gather those who can help and
birthday dinner to getto and time was last 12years carried out the Toys for and the know-how in completing able to do this year to share the joy perhaps take on just one person as
marching on. s Tots mission. This effort does not the Toys for Tots mission. This of the holidays with these residents a gift of love this year. It is through
Casey definitely took his place in the begin sometime in the fall. In fact, includes sorting and organizing the on Christmas Day. that small donation and gift that
family that night as he expounded on a vari- itbegins during the heat of the sum- thousandsof toys destined for the The program is really simple and these individuals experiencethe love
ely of touchy topics like religion, politics mer. waiting hands of hundreds of chil- the needs or "wishes" of the resi- and joy of Christmas and the gift of
and the pros ard cons of euthanasia. If a child ever wondered where dren. dents perhaps-as simple. All you the Christ child to us by a loving
My brothers and sisters each had their Santa Claus vacationed during the All these events and more hap- need to do to becomea Secret Santa father whose heart yearns for the
own opinions on the outcome of the recent summer, the answer is Fernandina pen because so many people care so is to send an email to our Secret attention of his children.
election and various amendments on the Beach. For on a weekend in the much. Irfthe coming weeks,we will Santa Coordinator Denise Cumbus This year please help me share
ballot, middle of the summer, Mickey be collecting, sorting, organizing, at or this need with others, encourage
The discussion became quite lively as Ulmer and the fine crew at Sonny's bagging and distributing toys. call at (904) 845-7501. Denise will your family, friends and neighbors to
points of view were expressed and Bar B Q put on "Christmas in July." Hundreds of man-hours will be con- link you with the name of one or a gift this year with someone who
explored, but I've never been more proud of Santa washes the sand off his feet sumed by the efforts of dozens of more of the residents and share perhaps they will never know. The
my son as he respectfully set forth his opin- and shows up to greet the children volunteers. Leading this herculean with you the wishes they have indi- requests are often simple things
ions with a passion based on knowledge and listen to their Christmas wish- effort is retired Master Sergeant cated on their Christmas wish list such as socks, soda, a radio, hat or
alnd Iesearch. es. The proceeds each evening go to Allen Elefterian and his wife Carol. I really need for you to reach out undergarments; with your help we
By the time it was all said and done, his Toys-for-Tots begins the drivewhich Last year, the Toys-for-Tots to your neighbors, fiends, co-work- as a community can ensure that
aunts and uncles couldn't help but comment runs through December. Program in Nassau County gave ers and pastor to ask them to help these peopleareableto share in the
on the dlepth and breadth of his knowledge. Our detachment swings into full toys to almost 750 children. We those who are often forgotten and joy of the holiday season and come
And his ability to locate Pianopoli, Italy, on gear by organizing the annualToys know there are more children in often never really experience the to understand the power of sacrificial
(oogle Earth truly sealed the deal. for Tots Golf Tournament held at need and it can be difficult for the joy of Christmas. Many of our resi- love and the meaning of Christmas.
My siblings' daddy was borr there and Amelia National. Each year over parents to ask for assistance. Lfyou dents have never truly understood I hope and praythatyou and your
for Ihem to be able to view the buildings, 100 golfers enjoy a day on the links know of moms and dads who may the gift of the giver and the joy of family remain healthy and. happy
roadts and countryside on my sister's new while contributing to our mission. not be able to provide toys for their receiving a gift that is given with- this Christmas Season. If Ican ever
iPad was quite a thrill. Dozens of sponsors fr'om local busi- children, please encourage them to out condition. be of help to you or anyone who per-
\Ve'rc looking forward to enjoying addi- nesses, organizations and private apply through theToys forTots pro- You see, for many who struggle haps takes time to read this letter,
!ional fervent discussions with the family donations support this event. Carol granm. with serious mental illnesses such as my door is always open to those
around the (lining room table, and now that Ann Atwood, Dickie Anderson and The Marines and Corpsman of schizophrenia or schizoaffective dis- who may need our help. It is when
we've hit one pointiof interest in Beantown, Ann Entriken set up shop to regis- the Everett P Pope Detachment of orders the holiday is normally filled we reach out to others and help the
we're anxious to see more of what the city ter golfers in the clubhouse to the Marine Corps League thank our with negative memories of loneli- least of us thatwe are strongest and
oIfcers. And who knows? Maybe next time ensure they all received an ample donors, volunteers, family, friends ness and hospitalizations. Over the are remembered the most.
we'll make it a point to at least take a stroll supply of mulligans, and the businesses that support last 25 years I have served over Merry Christmas!
through the Harvard campus. Nassau County's veterans organ- Toys for Tots. God bless you. 3,000 adults with serious mental ill- Douglas D. Adkins
Heather A. Perry is a reporter at the izations help us each year with man- Semper Fidelis. ness and we have always seen the Executive Director
News-Leader: power and contributions. In addi- Paul Kicker greatest need for inpatient psychi- Dayspring Village, Inc. tion, Marge Brewer at Post 54 of Commandant atric care arise during the holidays. Hilliard

HOW 'o WRITI US; 1Lttcrs must include writer's name Nassau County Commissioners:
(printed and signature), address and telephone
nlulml(er nfor verification. Writers are normally limited Danny Leeper, District 1-Fernandina Beach, 261-8029 (h), 430-3868 (cel), email:
t, onI: letter in a 30-day period. No poems will be pub- SERVING Steve Kelley, District 2-Amelia Island, Nassauville, O'Neil, 277-3948 (h), 556-0241 (cell), email:
lishd. IL'etters should be typed or printed. Not all let-
is ar, Ir published.l Snd letlters to: Letters to the YOU Stacy Johnson, District 3-Yulee, 583-2746 (cell), email: sjohnson @
Editor. PO. Box 766, Iernandina Beach, FL., 32035 E- Barry Holloway, District 4- Hilliard, Bryceville, Boulogne, 879-3230 (h), 753-1072 (cell), email:
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8A WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. 2012 NEWS News-Leader

CHRISTIAN WAY New stories of

'Walkin Lawton'

Walkin' Lawton, by John known for his U.S.A. trilogy.
Dos -Passos Coggin, is the first At theoutset of his 1970 bid
biography of Lawton Chiles, a for the U.S. Senate, Florida
three-term U.S. senator and native Lawton Chiles faced mul-
two-term governor from the tiple well-funded, well-known
state of Florida. The authorized opponents. He.resolved to cam-
biography was published by the paign on foot to even the odds.
Florida Historical Society Priess Chiles walked 1,003 miles from
and is available now in paper- Century to Key Largo, shaking
back format at myfloridahisto- hands and earning votes. He and in paperback won the race and entered
and e-book format at Florida political legend. He ulti- mately served in public office
"I first learned of the Lawton for 40 years; he never lost an
Chiles political legend in sum- election.
mer 2004, when I joined the Walkin'Lawton has received
League of Conservation Voters' praise from political and aca-
efforts to electJohn Kerry pres- demic circles. "John Coggin has
ident in Orlando, Florida," written a much needed'book
Coggin said. "I learned of the about one of the most progres-
,politician's famous thousand- sive governors in Southern his-
mile walking campaign across tory," said Howard Dean, for-
Florida. The song of his pop- mer governor of Vermont and
ulism was thrilling and origi- chair of the Democratic
nal. I felt that this was a story National Committee. "Lawton
that deserved to be told. Chiles Chiles represented a part of
deserves a strong legacy." Florida's heritage unknown to
-SUBMITTED Coggin, a native .of most tourists."
The Nassau County Board of County Commissioners hosted a groundbreaking ceremony Nov. 15. to celebrate new Annapolis, Md., is a freelance Walkin' Lawton "is a mar-
road construction from License Road to Christian Way in Yulee. The county is constructing an extension of the -writer and political strategist. velous account of Florida's most
roadway as the first phase of the "Loop Road" from the existing dead end of Christian Way south of Yulee He is a graduate of Yale colorful politician Lawton
Methodist Church to license Road. It will provide signalized access to the Tax Collector and Driver's License University and holds a master's Chiles in full populist glory,"
offices, Nassau County Animal Control and several commercial developments via Christian Way/Gene Lasserre. degree in public policy from said Douglas Brinkley, profes-
This construction is the first of five phases of a roadway, which when completed, will provide access to all of the University of Maryland School sor of history at Rice University
commercial and governmental developments without requiring motorists to rely on AlA as their primary access. of Public Policy. Coggin con- and author of Cronkite.
At the groundbreaking were Nick Gillette, Gillette and Associates; Evan Lawrence, Besch & Smith; Steve Kelley, ducted over 100 interviews with Walkin' Lawton is available.
District 2 Commissioner; Bruce Jasinsky on behalf of Betty Berkman; Junior Boatright, District 5 Commissioner; the subject's friends, family now on and
Stacy Johnson, District 3 Commissioner; Danny Leeper, District 1 Commissioner; John Drew, Nassau County Tax and former staff. Coggin is the Florida Historical Society's web-
Collector; Ted Selby, County Manager; Mike Mickler, First Federal Bank of Florida. grandson of acclaimed novel- site (
i'st John Dos Passos best ton) at $24.95.


r: Holday party
The Democratic Club
of Amelia Island Will hold
its annual Holiday Party,
celebrating Christmas,
SHanukkah and Kwanzaa,
on Saturday, Dec. 15 at
the Fernandina Beach
Golf Club, 2800 Bill
Melton Road. Guests are
Festivities will com-
mence at 6 p.m. with a
chsh bar followed at 7
p.m. with a prime rib din-
Tickets are $25 per
person and reservations
can be made by sending
a check payable to DCAI
to DCAI, P.O. Box 1153,
Fernandina Beach FL
32035, or by calling
Paul Thibault at 321-0046
or Carla Voisard af 8,49-
Drop a check off at SUBMITrED
Democratic headquar- State Sen. Aaron Bean and State Rep. Janet Adkins in the
ters, located at the corner hallway prior to official events in each chamber as Florida
of Eighth and Date legislators took the oath of office thig month. This is the first
streets, open.every' time that Nassau County has had a state senator and state
Or cal 4 000 Tuesday, Wednesday and representative from Nassau County and from Fernandina
Thursday from noon to 2 Beach.

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down Centre Street
Here in Fernandina Beach
vou never know what will sur-
pyou netW" 11 winl, lo- The Clydesdales visit was like the circus
instance, with only a few days when the elephants parade out of their
advance nCtice cahe train to the performance venue. And just like
Budweiser Clydesdales came
to town. Apparently their for a circus parade, many of the residents of
planned visit to the
Jacksonville Naval Air Station our fine town showed up.
was canceled and the Palace
Saloon crew found out and
filled the gap. that Brewer contributed to eight perfectly groomed
The Clydesdales visit was the park. Clydesdales strutted in step,
like the circus when the ele- Soon enough, though, the lifting their white-socked
phants show was ready to hit the hoofs high and hitting the
parade out of road. The eight Clydesdales groundwith a clomping stac-
their train to were all harnessed up, one of cato. Brewer, in a red cape,
the perform- the two green-jacketed driv- sht regally on a leather pillow
ance venue. ers was holding the eight sets beside the costumed drivers.
And just like of reins and Brewer was lifted A red-jacketed Budweiser
frl- a circus up to his seat next to them. staffer walked on both sides
parade, Finally a ceremonial case of of the horse team protecting
many of the Budweiser beer was lifted up the crowd and no doubt keep-
residents of on the wagon too. ing an eye on the horses as
our fine town WILD The lead horses noticed all well. A golf cart followed a
showed up to WAYS this action, or maybe they discrete distance behind the
honor these were cued by one of the train- horses and wagon carrying
eight giant ers standing in front of them more staff equipped with a
MARLA MCDANIEL JAMEYSON/FORTHE NEWS-LFADER horses as Pat who patted their noses as he bucket and shovel, "just in
The East Coast Budweiser Clydesdale team parades down Centre Street as Brewer the they pulled Foster- Turley walked by. Whatever the cue case."
Dalmatian dog oversees their progress. the historic was, the lead horses started Enough of the parade, it
Budweiser wagon down stamping their large white- was time to get to the Palace
Centre Street to the equally socked hoofs and tossing Saloon before they did. Bucko
historic Palade Saloon. their heads. It was a clear sign and I got inside the bar in
Before the parade Bucko of impatience if there ever time to find seats with our
and I joined the crowd at the was one. They were ready to friends to enjoy the grand
Central Park parking lot roll! All it took was a single finale 25-cent bottles of
watching the horses and their word fiom the man holding Budweiser beer freshly mint-
staff in their staging area. The the reins, "OIK" and they ed that very day from the-
gathering was full of the famil- were off,.eight giant horses in Jacks.onville Budweiser brew-
iar faces of local residents, but 'synch pulling the red ery!
I was more interested in the Budweiser wagon put of the The horses and wagon
unfamiliar faces, watching the lot and onto the street. parked on, Second Street next
cr- trainers and grooms prepar- At this point Bucko and I to the Palace Saloon, cor-
ing the horses. left the scene and drove doned off at a safe distance
And then I noticed the quickly down Alachua Street from the crowd of admiring
Dalmatiarr dog circulating to park downtown and await locals who were able to pet
around the crowd, graciously the wagon's arrival down the horses under supervision.
accepting petting from the Centre Street. I quickly took The rest of the town, it
enraptured spectators. Right, with the rest of the seemed, was packed into the
it's the Budweiser mascot! I spectators and those of us Palace, enjoying the proceed-
noticed which of the with cameras took turns ings with a cold fiesh brew in
Budweiser. staff-was keeping jumping into the street in hand. It was just another day
an eye on the dog and I chat- front of the horses (at a safe in Paradise, as only
ted with him abit as the dog distance) to photograph the Fernandina Beach can deliv-
sniffed a tree at the edge of action. er.
the lot. It turns out that the A finer parade than 'this is Pat Foster-Turley is a zoolo-
dog's name is "Brewer" and, hard to imagine. The police gist on Amelia Island. She wel-
yes, the. Budweiser clog han- escort was well ahead of the comes your nature questions
dler was all prepared wiith a horsqs and Wagon, not inter- and observations.
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WiEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 2012 NEWS News-Leader 1A

The ins, outs Just one scam after another
SStory 1. I signed paper at we did and scammed. Actually out of pock- like me with an 800 credit rat-
O dealership "to check credit." got an apart- et we've lost the $4,424 as did- ing. Then in five months when
Was told would NOT be ment in Port n't send the $359. We've also the people get back on their
o f e P a y m e n ts responsible for anything, that Orange. I lost our- faith in the truthful- feet they buy the house back
signingwas just "to check cred- called and ness of this company. from me. I purchased two
JASON ALDERMAN eral benefit checks were it." Now 100 percent responsi- asked forour Story 6. Igot an email from homes in Myfaircity and
For the News- Leader reported lost or stolen and had ble for son's auto loan of security Amazon offering to sell my Wearehonest Management was
to be replaced. $34,000 (which is past due). deposit $150 things so I sold a camera for supposed to pay all expenses.
Are you ordering far fewer That doesn't mean elec- Have lost my good credit rat- back. Now $265 on on Dec. Wearehenest also collected the
checks for your bank account tronic transactions are risk- ing. Not lost money as yet as they refuse 15. (Writer's note: This does rent. I received ndthing and
these days? 'Does a roll of free. As with email or any kind bank hasn't contacted me that SENIORS to return the not sound like the real Amazon now have to claim the rent as
postage stamps'seem to last a of online activity, you should I know of. Learned of you from Vs.CRIME deposit. I at all. They don't serid emails income. Also, he let the houses
lot longer? Like most people, take precautions to protect State Attorney. sent the offering to sell your things. go into foreclosure. My credit
you're probably performing your computer (and cell Story 2. They came out to money in Someone else sent the email rating is now down to 622. He
many more financial transac- phone) from being hacked. do a tune-up on my home air- David good faith pretending to be Amazon. And also took out a home equity
tions electronically, either by For example: conditioning unit. They said I Blacklock and expected it worked.) After sending me loan and never paid on it. He
choice or because companies Make sure your anti-virus needed a new air handler at a to be treated an email Amazon told me to fol- has done this to others in
and government agencies and anti-spyware software is cost of over $4,000. If I ordered fairly. Now I feel this was an low instructions to send the Myfaircity for a period of two
have increasingly made it all up-to-date. it today, however, the price unfair and unjust monetary camera to the buyer. I did years. The property manager
but mandatory. When making online pay- would be $3,000. I declined and enrichment on their part and I everything and sent the camera that placed tenants in those
For example, most gyms ments, look for safety symbols called around. I can get the was ripped off. Your help is to the buyer in California. After homes had to relocate the ten-
require automatic deductions like a padlock icon in the work done for $1,500. They greatly appreciated in this mat- a while I contacted Amazon and ants and Wearehonest Manage-
from a checking or credit card. browser's status bar, an "s" tried to rip me off. I am not sure ter. they have told me several times ment refuses to return their
account. Utilities, mortgage after"http" in the URL, or the that'they did not intentionally Story 4. 1 am completing that they never sent me that e- security deposits. I had to close
lenders, insurance companies words "Secure Sockets Layer" damage the unit in order to sell this request on behalf of my.80- mail. They told me somebody my checking account because
and others strongly encour- (SSL). me new equipment. I have a year-old father due to the fact stole their web and sent me that he has my routing and check-
age electronic payments. And Review credit card and reputable firm coming out to my father has been missing email. I needed the money and ing account numbers. My cred-
many states now'distribute bank account statements reg- assess the situation. This-unit money and money orders since have sent emails and called it is ruined after 30 years of
benefits like unemployment, ularly and repbrt duplicate bill was working fine the day before this woman, whomever she is, those people even to their head-. having 50 accounts in good
child support and disability payments or suspicious/unau- they cafie and advised me it has moved in. Recently, I dis- quarters, spending money and standing. Now I have these
assistance using prepaid cards thorized charges to the card was junk. I think not. covered someone has activated minutes from my cell phone. I three accounts as delinquent.
instead of paper checks. issuer. Story 3. We contacted Ms. at least three cell accounts feel they are stealing my money Have lost over $600,000, my
Electronic transactions Ask whether your credit or Eyeplayfair (Internet leasing along with possible other and have noway to get it back! self-esteem and dignity. Thank
have caught on, because: debit card offers "zero liabili- specialist) about rental of a one- accounts under my father's Thank you very much for any- you for your help.
They're cheaper, ty," which means youwon't be bedroom, one-bath apartment name, My father does not know thing you can do for me! and Writer David Blacklock is
Businesses save on the costs responsible for unauthorized in August 2007. They said they anything about cell phones and God bless you! SVC Regional Director, Region
of printing, processing and or fraudulent purchases, would have one available the doesn't know how to even oper- Story 7. Signed contract on 3-Northeast Florida (Brevard,
mailing millions of paper Regularly orderVour cred- first week in November 2007 ate a cell phone. I think she and Sept. 6,2011 for labor to assem- Clay, Duval, iFlagler, Nassau,
checks and statements; and it reports from the three major as we desired. They sent us a her sons, who recently got out ble a 30-foot by 50-foot Outback Orange, Osceola, Putnam, St.
with first-class postage cost- credit bureaus (Equifax, letter and application package of prison, committed these steel building. Gave them a Johns, Seminole, Volusia). The
ing 45 cents, customers rack Experian and TransUnion), on the Aug. 17, 2007, stating crines, they should beprose- check fdr $1,500 as a deposit. Fernandina Beach SVC Office is
up savings over time. And they and review for errors or fraud- they needed the application fee cuted! I personally gave my Total for completion was to be a special project of the Florida
save millions of tons of paper. ulent activity. You can order for each-adult of $85 each and father $200, which came up $7,900, with a completion date State Attorney General in part-
They're faster. Bill pay- one free report annually from the holding fee was $150. The missing the same day I gave it of Oct. 5, 2011. Workers nership with the Fernandina
ments, 'funds .transfers and each at holding fee would be applied to him for bills. Recently, he brought an enclosed work trail- Beach Police Department. We
direct deposits to your bank towards our security deposit reported a $400 money order er full of tools and equipment provide speakers to your orga-
account or prepaid card occur or more frequently for a small when our application was came up missing..The cell one day, and the next day they nization's meetings to makeyou'
the same day (often instant- fee from each bureau. approved. They approved the phone bills amount to over removed the trailer. When I scam-resistant. Our services are
ly), versus being delayed in Create complex, random application, however every time $1,500. asked them why the trailer was free. We need thore volunteers
the mail. And, if you some- passwords and change them we called to check on whether Story 5. A free cruisewas being removed, they told me to educate the public and to han-
times forget to mail payments regularly. the apartment would be avail- offered forattending presenta- their boss directed them not to dle Nassau cases similar to those
on time, auto payment protects Be a savvyconsumerwhen- able they.said they didn't have tion. When form received the dothis job. MyFairConipany above. Please apply. Training
against late fees and overdraft ever using a bill-paying serv- a one-bedroom, one-bath but cost was $359! A gas refund of Inc. has not retuined any of my will start soon. You are invited
charges. ice: had a two-bedroom, two-bath. $40 never came. And all trips calls. All I ever get'is an answer- to visit our website
They're convenient. You Ask ifanyfees are involved. We didn't want that. This con- offered are same as booking ing machine when calling.
can cho6se one-time bill pay, Before signing the agree- tinued this way right up to anywhere as far as we can tell. Story 8. I was told I was where you may sign up. Chuck
where you first review your ment, make sure you under- October 2007. We decided to And all this cost us $4,424! We helping someone out of fore- Sheehan, Office Manager, is
bill and then authorize pay- stand and accept the terms. cancel and go elsewhere, which, feel we've definitely been closure and they use people available at 277-7342 ext. 232
ment; or recurring bill pay, To stop service, you must
where your bills are paid aiuto- notify the merchant as well as V.
matically at a scheduled time the bank/credit card company.
for either for the full amount Cancellation may take a month. .
(usually mandatory with utili- or two to become effective, so
ties), the minimum payment plan ahead.
due, or an amount you choose. If your payment .card
You can usually have funds expires, the merchant will
drawn from eithr your check- need new card information to
ing or credit card account (be ensure uninterrupted service.
sure to hsk). Track expenses carefully
They're safer. Even in these and keep your budget up to
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problem. For example, in 2010 Visa's financial education pro-
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COURT REPORT Fatal parasite
The following report was was served an affidavit, plead- glary to a structure or con- U Franklin Eugene Smith
compiled by Angela Daughtry, ed guilty to three counts of vio- veyance. pleaded not guilty to two
News-Leader staff, from the Nov. lation of probation being U Jovan Leonard Richo counts of sale, manufacture,
21 court docket of Circuit Court served for possession of pleaded guilty to two counts purchase or delivery of cocaine fo u n d in h o rse s
Judge Robert M. Foster cocaine and was adjudicated of violation of probation being within 1,000 feet of a church,
U Angel DeniseAlmodovar guilty. Probation was revoked served for aggravated battery business or school and sale or University of Florida in the U.S.
pleaded guilty to two counts and terminated and she was with a deadly weapon and was delivery of cocaine. "It really hasn't been a dis-
of petit theft and adjudication sentenced to 18 months' pro- adjudicated guilty. Probation U Aaron Lewis WilliamsJr. GAINESVILLE A rare, ease that has affected
was withheld. She was not bation wit4i early termination was revoked and terminated was served an affidavit potentially fatal species of para- Americans, but there are really
prosecuted on a charge of after completion of special con- and he was sentenced to nine and pleaded not guilty to a vio- site never before found in North good data with climate change
schemes to defraud, less than ditions. She must enroll in a months in Nassau County Jail lation of probation being America has been identified in models that predict sandfly
$20,000. She was sentenced to Salvation Army non-secure with credit for time served served for sale or delivery of a Florida horse. ranges will expand, making this
six months' probation and 50 drug treatment facility and since Oct. 18. He was ordered cocaine. University of Florida veteri- disease much more of a threat
hours of community service at must remain in jail until a bed to pay $2,106 in outstanding N Archibald Williams plead- narians identified the parasite, because of global warming,"
10 hours per month. She was is available. All previous court costs. ed guilty for best interest to called Leishmania siamensis, in said co-author James~Wellehan
ordered to pay $ restitu- fees are to be paid. U Jason Kraig Roux plead, sale or delivery of cocaine, was summer 2011. This particular Jr., a veterinarian from the UF
tion, $203 in court costs, $100 U James Ronald Herndon ed guilty for best interest to a adjudicated guilty and sen- species of parasite previously research team, who confirmed
to the Regional Conflict pleaded not guilty to two violation of probation being tenced to 10 months in Nassau had been found only in Thailand the presence of the disease in
Counsel and $50 to the State counts of sale, delivery, pur- served for possession of CountyJailwith credit for time and parts of Europe. No the Florida horse by analyzing
Attorney's Office. chase or manufacture of mari- cannabis with intent to sell, served. He was.ordered to pay Leishmania infections of any the genes of the parasite.
Matthew James Costa juana. deliver, manufacture or pur- $498 in court costs, $150 to the species had been previously The visceral form of leish-
pleaded guilty to fleeing or U Thomas Alien Lyons Jr. chase and was adjudicated Public Defender's Office and reported in a horse native to maniasis is endemic in fox-
eluding police/failure to obey was served an affidavit and guilty. Probation was revoked $100 to the State Attorney's the United States. hounds in the U.S, associated
a law enforcement officer's pleaded guilty to two counts and terminated and he was Office. In a second case the The UF discovery raises with a parasite species differ-
order to stop, possession of of violation of probation being sentenced to 15 months in a state will not prosecute awareness of how widespread ent from the one found in the
less than 20 grams of cannabis, served for criminal mischief state prison with credit for time Williams on a charge,of sale, the parasite is and suggests a Florida horse. But aside from
driving while license-suspend- $200 or less, trespass and pos- served and ordered to pay delivery, purchase or manu- need for watchfulness regarding some regional transmission in
ed or revoked and obstructing session of cocaine and was $2,868.08 in outstanding costs. facture of marijuana, potential transmission to the Southwest, most of the leish-
a police officer without vio- adjudicated guilty. Probation In a second case he pleaded U Leotis Williams pleaded humans, the researchers said. maniasis skin infection cases in
lence and was adjudicated was reinstated with all the orig- guilty to a violation of probation not guilty to sale or delivery "We now know the parasites the U.S. are believed to have
guilty. On the flee charge he inal conditions and the added being served for possession of of cocaine, that cause this disease also exist occurred in animals brought in
was sentenced to eight months special condition of 45 days in a controlled substance with U Preston Kent Wren here in the U.S. and that we from countries where the dis-
in Nassau County Jail with Nassau County Jail with cred- intent to sell or deliver, was pleaded not guilty to burglary have some insect, presumably ease is common, or in people
credit for 53 days served. On it for time served since Nov. adjudicated guilty and given of a dwelling and petit theft. the sandfly, that is capable of who had recently spent time in
the remaining counts he was 1. In a second case he pleaded the same sentence as his first U Aaron Thomas Young transmitting the disease," said those countries.
sentenced to time served in guilty to two,counts of viola- case, to run concurrently. In a pleaded guilty to a lesser Sarah Reuss, a clinical assistant 'Thousands of people serv-
jail. He was ordered to pay tion of probation for posses- third case he pleaded guilty charge of sale or delivery of a professor of large animal med- ing in the U.S. military have
$398 in court costs, $150 to the sion of cocaine, was adjudicat- for best interest to grand theft controlled substance and adju- icine at the UF College of returned from Iraq and
Public Defender's Office and ed guilty and received the and dealing in stolen property dication was withheld. He was Veterinary Medicine. Reuss, UE Afghanistan with cutaneous or
$100 to the State, Attorney's same sentence as his first case, and was adjudicated guilty. He sentenced to 18 months of colleagues apd a private prac- visceral leishmaniasis," said
Office. to run concurrently. In a third was sentenced to 15 months drug offender probation with tice clinical pathologist Christine Petersen, an associ-
Charges of grand theft case he pleaded guilty to two in a state prison with credit for the special condition of eight described the findings in the ate professor of veterinary
and possession of a concealed counts of violation of probation time served, to run concur- months in Nassau County Jail, September issue of Emerging pathology at Iowa State
firearm by a convicted felon being served for driving under rently with his other sentences with credit for time served, a Infectious Diseases, a journal University's College of
against Reid Crawford the influence of alcohol or and ordered to pay $398 in drug/alcohol evaluation and of the Centers for Disease Veterinary Medicine and an
Dickerson were stricken from drugs, tampering or fabricating costs, $335 in restitution, $150 follow-up within 60 days after Control and Prevention. "Our expert on Leishmania trans-
the court calendar, with physical evidence and pos- to the Public Defender's Office his release and random drug findings raise several potential mission, immune responses and
Jason Michael Douglas session of cocaine, was adju- and $100 to the State testing. In a second case he avenues of further investigation, veterinary disease, who was not
pleaded not guilty to trespass- dicated guilty, and given the Attorney's Office. pleaded guilty to a lesser including the prevalence of this involved in the study. "In a few
ing in a posted construction same sentence as his second U John Marcus Santora charge of sale or delivery of a disease in horses in the U.S., a cases, these individuals have
site, possession of a controlled case. pleaded not guilty to four controlled substance and better understanding of the brought dogs back with them
substance without a prescrip- U Daniel Edward Minahan counts of uttering forged bills received the same sentence as sandfly life cycle aid the poten- that also have leishmaniasis."
tion, burglary of an occupied was served an affidavit and and petit theft., his first case, to run concur- tial of this leishmaniasis species But the horse diagnosed at
dwelling and petit theft. pleaded not guilty to violation U Jessica Lynn Skipper was rently. He was ordered to pay to be transmitted from animals UF had no history of travel out-
Brenda Ford Ferrell of probation being served for served an affidavit and pleaded a total of $996 in court costs to humans," Reuss said. side of the eastern U.S. The
pleaded not guilty to grand dealing in stolen property and not guilty to a violation of pro- and $200 to the State Leishmaniasis is a parasitic pregnant 10-year-old Morgan
theft. a violation of probation being bation being served for fraud- Attorney's Office. infection spread through the mare was treated as an outpa-
Christy Irene Harpham served for grand theft and bur- ulent use of a credit card. adaughrrydfbnewsleadercom bites of infected sandflies: The tient at the University of Florida
disease shows up most com- Large Animal Hospital for sores
monly in two forms: cutaneous, inside her left'ear A bidpsy done
which causes sores on the skin in the field revealed what looked
Sand is self-healing; and visceral, like the rare parasite within
the most severe form,'which inflammatory cells inrthe tissue.
affects the entire body and is Further tissue sampling and
SW e l r almost always fatal if left untreat- genetic analysis were used to
ed. confirm the identity of the dis-
After malaria, leishmaniasis ease-causing organism.
is the leading parasitic cause of Often, leishmaniasis of the
death in humans. The disease skin will resolve without med-
has been found in four conti- ical treatment. But the mare's
nents and is considered to be sores worsened over time a
endemic inS88 countries, includ- development the veteirinarians
ing 16 developed nations, attributedto the pregnancy.
according to the World Health "Many of the horses in other
Organization. countries that have been diag-
The WHO estimates the nosed with leishmaniasis
worldwide prevalence at 12 mil- were pregnant, so we think per-
A c W u lion cases, withs about350 mil- haps these horses have preg-
I NTE. Fo lion people at risk of infection nancy-altered immune systems
SCEN t r and abqut 60,000 people dying and are therefore more
Om from the disease each year. vulnerable to the disease,"
Leishmaniasis is rare in people Reuss said.

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POLICE REPORT How many marine species?
This was written by Garrett and a disguise enter the busi- 0 Kayla Michelle Crews, 22.
Pelican of the News-Leader from ness, retrieve a hidden cash reg- 551664 US 1, Room 16, Hilliard,
oral and written reports by the ister key, raid the register and Nov. 21, Duval County warrant,, d l h says
Nassau County Sheriffs Office, leave, the report said. After dealing in stolen property, false
the city of Fernandina Beach reviewing the tape, the owner verification of ownership on
Police Department and other believed the burglar to be a for- pawn broker transaction, bond UniversityoFlorida More than 20,000 species have been disco, -
agencies. Arrest indicates suspi- mer employee, Joseph Antonio $30,000. ered during the last decade and if trends coi -
cion of a crime, not guilt. McMannes, police said. 0 Charles Edison Wilder, GAINESVILLE University of Florida tinue, most species will be discovered this cei -
Anyone with information On the same date, a $3,000 54,95035 Denise Road, Fernan- researchers have collaborated with more than tury. according to the studv Ther are ralso abotl
about criminal activity can con- payroll check was discovered dina Beach, Nov. 21, child abuse 100 taxonomists and biologists to summarize 65,000 undescribed species already in collec-
tact the Fernandina Beach Police stolen from another business without great harm, battery. the magnitude of all marine life, both known tions.
Departnient at 277-7342 or the located on CR 108, Johns and 0 Sonya Helen Rauch, 49, and unknown. "The entire ocean contains less than 300,00 )
Nassau County Sheriffs Office Conners, Inc., the report said. 615258 River Road, Callahan, The study appearing in the Nov. 15 issue of species described to date and that includes ever. -
anonymously by calling 225-0147 After learning his where- Nov. 20, violation of probation Current Biology, shows there are about 226,000 thing from,dolphins to worms to single-celled
in Yulee and Fernandina Beach abouts, police went to rouse petit theft, no bond. described marine species, but two to three times algae," Paulay said. "Because it's so connectle.
or 879-2136 in Callahan, McMannes, 27, from a West N Antonio Devon Singleton, as many remain undescribed. Based on knowl- there's less diversity in the'ocean than on lanK.
Hilliard and Bryceville. The "We Third Street residence about 5 19, 1131 Jasmine St., Fernan- edge of described and estimated unknown There's still a lot more to bediscovered, but it a
Tip"program -'1-800-78CRIME p.m. During a search of dina Beach, Nov. 20, Nassau species and the rate of new discoveries, a manageable number so we can go after it andl
- also allows callers to leave- McMannes' pockets, police County warrant, sale of cocaine researchers predict there may be fewer than 1 really understand the magnitude of marine bi,-
anonymous tips. found $1,780 in cash and a within 1,000 feet of recreation million etikaryotic marine species worldwide. diversity."
$3,294 check previously report- center four counts. Eukaryotes are all living things other than bac- Paulay is an expert on sea cucumbers, whic
Aggravatedassault ed stolen, the report said. N Kimberly Mae Dubberly, teria and viruses. The conclusion differs from are grouped together with sea stars, sea lilies and
Witnesses told police that 31,87118 Brooker Road, Yulee, past estimates that exceeded 1 million, but unlike sea urchins in the phylum Echinodermata. Sc
ADeltona man,was arrested McMannes did not have any Nov. 20, Nassau County war- previous efforts, researchers based the'new cucumbers are bizarre among echinoderms
early Sunday after balrginginto money on him the night before, rant, violation of probation approximation on a global inventory, because their skeleton is reduced to microscopi
his girlfriend's home and threat- McMannes' clothing, camou- driving while license suspended Researchers say the findings provide a ref- bits so the animals have secondarily become
ening her with a kitchen knife, flage jacket and blue jeans, or revoked two counts. erence point for conservation efforts and may be worms, Paulay said. They occur worldwide in the
according to a police report. matched the outfit worn by the 0 Rebecca Marie Parrish, used as a baseline for understanding environ- deep sea and range from less than Tr-inch t,
The victim told police that burglar at Hilliard Truck and 21, 96691 Chester Road, Yulee, mental changes such as global warming. about 10-feet long. For the study, Paulay orgai-
about 5 a.m. Sunday her Auto, the report said. Nov. 19, Nassau County war- "There are issues with any estimate like this, ized the more than 2,400 named sea cucumbt r
boyfriend, Toronce Antonia McMannes, of 281072 rant, burglary,grand theft,;bond but it's the first time that we really have a solid species and determined about 1,700 are vali;,
Jones, forced his way inside her Franklin Road, is charged with $35,000. background at least on what we know, rather with the remainder being tluplicate names pr< -
Citrona Drive. residence and burglary to an unoccupied Quincy Elliott Blle; i9, than' having to speculate about that," said co- posed for the same species.
searched the apartment for a structure and grand theft. He 1316 Hickory St., Fernandina author Gustav Paulay, invertebrate curator at "The most abundant, conspicuous large
man he believed she was cheat- remains at Nassau County Jail Beach, Nov. 19, Nassau County the Florida Museum of Natural History on the organisms you see on the ocean floor -which is
ing on him with, the report stat- on a $85,000 bond. warrant, sale of cocaine within UF campus. "The ocean is a large' chunk of the most of the planet are echinoderms, especial-
ed. In the kitchen, Jones, 38; 1,000 feet of a church, bond world, so it's useful for biologists to know how ly sea cucumbers," Paulay said. 'They are ver .
found a leather jacket he Batter on oafcer $25,000. diverse the world is before this, we didn't have important down there, recycling sediment fro i
believed belonged to a man and Adriano Enrico Johnson, this information in one place." the ocean bottom or eating suspended particle
grabbed the victim's arm while Authorities arrested a 30, 508 Division St., Fernandina All study co-authors are contributors to a floating around in the ocean, and they are obvi-
clutching a large kitchen knife. Fernandina Beach woman .on Beach, Nov. 19, sale and deliv- global marine life inventory known as WoRMS, ously food sourlces for other animals."
she told police. Thanksgiving night after she ery of crack cocaine, bond or the World Register of Marine Species. The Nancy Knowlton, a marine scientist at thei
Jones fled in a silver Honda refused to pay her cab fare and $25,000. database lists more than 90 percent of marine Smithsonian Institution's National Museum (f
Civic before police arrived, the drunkenly kicked a pair of 0 Sheryl Lee Mali, 28, species and researchers used it to create tables Natural History, said the study is interestin'g
report said. police, according to a police Atlantic Beach, Nov. 19, failure to show how diversity is distributed among dif- because itdiffers from conclusions published in
Police said they later spot- report. to appear possession of con- ferent types of organisms. Each co-author, an a 2011 PLOS Biology study co-authored by
ted the Honda traveling at high The cab driver told police trolled substance, no bond. expert on a.different group, compiled its known Camilo Mora that estimates there are about 2.2.
speeds and activated their that he picked up Kristine H. U Henry Dewitt. Jones, 50, diversity and estimated the number of collected million eukaryotic marine species, with about 91
sirens to stop it. Not long after, Rodgers at O'Kane's Irish Pub 228 South 10th St., Fernandina species that remain undescribed in museum col- percent still undescribed.
the car was found abandoned on Centre Street and drove her Beach, Nov. 19, battery on law lections, how many may be cryptic or unrecog- "It's really nice to see a very carefully docu-
with the driver's door open in to a First Avenue residence, enforcement officer two nizably different, and how many remain undis- mented analysis that points to these lower num-
the middle of South 15th Street, where she refused to pay her counts, no bond. covered in the wild. bers, but I think the jury is still out," she said.
police,said: fare. Police said. they- found a Tisha Amanda Honeycutt,
Fdllowing a short search, Rodgers kicking her neighbor's 25, 829 South 12th St.,
Jones was found lying in the door about 10:30 p.m. Fernandina Beach, Nov. 19, sale
woods trying to hide beneath The cab driver did not want of cocaine within 1,000 feet of i
several large palmetto bushes, to press charges, but police school two counts, bond
the report said. arrested Rodgers for disorder- $25,000.
Jones, of Deltona, is charged ly intoxication, a misdemeanor, U Dana Marie Gibbs, 35, 606
with aggravated assault and bur- and took her to the Fernandina S. Ninth St., Fernandina Beach,
glary to a residence, both Beach Police Department. At Nov. 19, sale of cocaine.
felonies, and driving while his the station, she became "phys- I Wiley Jason King, 34,606
license was suspended or ically violent" toward the offi- S. Ninth St., Fernandina Beach,
revoked with knowledge and cers, the-report said. Rodgers, Nov. 19, sale of controlled sub-
violating the terms of a restrain- 34, kicked two officers several stances.
ing order. He remains at Nassau times and had to be placed in
County Jail on a $75,000 bond. leg restraints, police said.
Rodgers, of 2734A First Ave.,
Gr~and theft is charged with two counts of
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Saturday, December 8th

10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.

Parade begins at 10:00 a.m. followed by a festival o, .
offering food, arts and crafts, live music and entertainment.
Have your picture taken with Santa in our Winter Wonderland.

Anyone interested in participating in the parade, -
providing entertainment or being a vendor please call
Connie at (904) 845-3264 or email
Vendor and Parade applications are due by December 1 ,

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Leotis Williams and Nick Parkers left, celebrate on the sideline when the Yulee Hornets had control of Friday's 4A regional championship game at home against East Gadsden.
Derrick Henry hugs Coach J.T. Medley as he leaves the field after Yttlee's victory, center. Jason Ray, right, can't contain his excitement after the win.Neither could his team-
mates. background. The Hornets advance to the Final Four and host Bolles in the 4A state semifinal Friday night. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m. The winner faces the Cocoa Beach-
Miami's Booker T. Washington winner next week in the title game.

Hornets, lles in state semifinal Friday

The Yulee Hornets se-
cured their spot in the Final
Four with Friday's 16-13 win
over visiting East Gadsden.
Yulee hosts Bolles in the 4A
state semifinal Friday night.
Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.
"To be in the state semifi-
nal, play Bolles, definitely an
exciting time," said Bobby
Ramsay, head football coach
at Yulee High School. "No
one in Nassau County hag
ever gotten this far, so we're
trying to carry the flag for the
'They're a ceat tgm.eith
a great tradition; the kind of
team you should expect to
see at this point of the sea-
Derrick Henry, who also
threw for a 30-yard touch-
down, had 205 yards on 43
rushes and a score to steer Bradley Thornton with a field goal for Yulee, above. Quarterback Dalton Bradley, below left. Jason Ray with a block, clearing an opening for
the Hornet offense. He con- Henry, below center. Bottom from left: Derrick Henry had his 46th consecutive 100-yard-plus game Friday night; Garrett Henderson and Nick
nected with Tristyn Bennett Ortiz in action for Yulee; and Taylor Foote with a tackle Friday night.
for the TD pass.
Zane Cruz, Taylor Foote
and Gunnar Cox had five
tackles apiece for Yulee. Cruz
also had four assists. Foote
had an assist and a quarter-
back sack. Cox had an assist.
Matt Little and Bennett had
four stops each and Aaron
Clifton had three.
"It was a great team win
over a really talented football
team," Ramsay said. "Defen-
sively we didn't give up the
big play and offensively we
protected the ball. You can
win a lot of games if those
things happen.
"I was really proud of how
we stayed the course all SYulee wide
night, never got rattled and receiver Tri-
played hardl This team really 'styn Bennett,
believesin themselves and above, reacts
each othei-." as the Ilor-
Winner of Friday's game nets secure
will advance to tihe state the:win and,
championship game next ... : left, lined up
week in Orlando. Miami- at WR. lie
Booker T. Washington and caught a TD)
Cocoa Beach are playing in Ipass from
the other 4A semifinal Friday Derrick
night. Henry.

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ii ior2622with lDona ing custom-made reindeer mile-markers, Held simultaneously with other Take Stock Sunday includes two "reverse singles" match-
each in different holiday garb. Observant run- programs in Florida, the event is open to all es, where the No. 1 players square off followed
Team Nirvana was started in 2008 by sever- ners and walkerswho remember details of the individuals, families, companies and local by the No. 2 players going head-to-head. All
al individuals who had or were in the process reindeer markers can win prizes after the run in organizations and will feature RIFD Chip timing matches are best-of-five sets until one country
of fighting the fight against breast cancer. The a trivia contest. Businesses and individuals can by DRC Sports. The fee is $25 and includes a wins three matches.
team wanted to show their support and bring sponsor a reindeer marker, goodie bag and T-shirt. More than 75 medals This match will mark the fifth meeting
awareness of this disease by,training and com- Also 5K and half-marathon runners and and awards will be presented for all levels of between the U.S. and Brazil in Davis Cup. The
pleting tihle inaugural 26.2 with Donna, a walkers will receive a coupon good for a free participation. U.S. leads the overall series 3-1 with its last
national breast cancer marathon. breakfast at the elegant oceanfront Elizabeth Take Stock in Children/Nassau has provid- victory against Brazil coming in the 1997 first
Once again they are in training under the Pointe Lodge. ed college scholarships to more than 150 stu- .round in Ribeirao Preto, Brazil, when Courier
guidance of Liz Kawecki of Y Yoga, who has The fastest runners will win overall and age- dents over the last 15 years. Another 160 Take and MaliVai Washington led the U.S. to a 4-1
set up walk and run training schedules for indi- group awards, but the event is designed so Stock scholars are in Nassau County'sfour win.
viduals of all ages and physical abilities, that walkers and slower runners can win too. In middle and high schools. To sign up, go to The U.S. is 109-16 all-time in Davis Cup
Every Saturday morning until Feb. 17, addition to the reindeer trivia contest, there will and click on ties played, at home and undefeated in Florida
2013, the team meets to stretch, field informa- be prizes for the best holiday costumes, a "Nassau." For information contact Jody Mackle (6-0). This will be the seventh Davis Cup tie
tion on correct walk and run practices and build drawing for new shoe's andawards for the at 548-4464 or played in the state of Florida and first since the
new friendships. All are welcome to join and "middle and last reindeer." Runners will be U.S. defeated Sweden 4-1 in the 2004 quarter-
the training is free. For information contact timed using ChampionChip timing. Ru Dnyhalfarathon fiRtt final at the Delray Beach Tennis Center.
Kawecki at 415-9642 or visit Walkers are encouraged to enter either the Tennis Channel will present live daily cover-
5K or half-marathon. There will be a 3 1/2-hour Girl Power 2 Cure, an Amelia Island-based age of the match. The site selection is subject
Gator hrisanas party time limit, so walkers must be able to do a 16- nonprofit working to raise awareness and fund to final approval by the Intemational Tennis
Sminute mile research for Rett Syndrome, invites everyone Federation.
maparty wil be at 6 p.m. Dec. 15 for social A pre-race pasta dinner will be Dec. 1 from to join its team in the Disney Princess Half The U.S.-Brazil winner will face either will be at 6 p.m. Dec. 15 for social A pr-race pasta dinner will be Dec. 1 froMagc
and dinner at the Florida House Inn, 22 South 4-7 p.m. at St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 801 Marathon Feb. 24. Run through the Magic Serbia or the quarterfinals April 5-7.
Third St., Fernanina Beach. There will be a Atlantic Ave. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for Kingdom. Get reimbursed for your race regis- Should the U.S. advance,.they would host the
Gator gift swap and holiday spirit for everyone, children, free for kids 12 and younger, tration fee, hotel and more by raising funds to quarterfinal matdh.
To confirm attendance or for information, email Entry fees are $55 for the half-marathon or help bring an end to Rett, a devastating neuro- Davis Cup is the world's largest annual or call 277-4111 $25 for the 5K. Members of Amelia Island logical disorder that primarily strikes in young international men's team'competition with 122
Attendance is free and open to all Gator fans Runners get a $5 discount (not available girls.ea more at girlpower2cure.orgdisney nations competing.
and friends. Dress is Gator holiday gear. online). Entry forms and online registration are. or contact Tiffany Wilson at (904) 849-7106 or
available at AmelialslandRunners. com. Entry Organlzedbke rides
forms are also available at Current Running,. e a o b
Reindeer RunDec2 815 S. 8th St., the McArthur Family YMCA, BoulesQub There are.organized bicycle rides Thurs-
The Reindeer Run half-marathon and 5K is Club 14 Fitness and other.locations. adays starting at 9 a.m. and Saturdays starting
Club 14 Fitness and othr.locations. Amelia Island Boules Club holds petanque at 8:30 am. Ail rides start from Main Beach.'
coming soon, combining a fun, holiday-themed The last day of registration will be Dec. 1 pickup games Saturdays at 9:30 a.m., Wed- Park nearthe miqiature golf course.
event with, a spirit of giving. The run/walk Registration will be held that day at St. Peter's nesdays at 4:30 p.m. and Thursdays at 3:30 Cyclists oall abilits are elcome Riders
begins at 7:30 a.m. Dec. 2, starting and finish- Church from 1-5 p.m. and packet pickup will be p.m. on the Fernandina Beach etanque ofA (18-21),B (14-1C po 14 mep) and
ing at Main Beach park. The half-marathon held at the chbrch from 1-7 p.m, There will be p.m. ontJhe Fernandina Beach petanque of A (18-21); B (14-17), C (up to 14 mph) and S
ingat Main Beach park. The half-maratho held at the chrch from 1-7 pcourts at the south end of the downtown mari- (social ride, speed of the slowest rider inthe
course will include North Fletcher Avenue, Fort no race-day registration, but face-day packet. na. Petanque (pay-tonk) is a cousin of both group) all participate. The ride will be around
Clinch State Park and Old Town. There will pickup will be available at Main Beach starting horseshoes and bocce, the Italian bowling 30 miles with rest stops along the way and
also be fun runs for young runners, lots of fami- at 6 a.m. game. The public is always welcome to.join. loops back to the starting point at around 10
ly-friendly contests and activities, live music on For, information, visit AmelialslandRunners. Call 491-1190 for information. miles before continuing on the remaining 20
the course and medals for all half-marathon com or call (904) 491-4959. More information
finishers. on the causes that will benefit from the race is miles of the route. Anyone who joins the group
A one-mile kids'fun run with Santa will also on the AIR website. acksonvllletohostDavisCupmatch will not be left behind. Lunch after the ride is
begin at 10 a.m. and half-mile at 10:15 a.m. Jacksonville has been selected as the site optional.
with a 100-yard "Tiny Reindeer Dash" at 10:30 YMCAFrisbeeleague for the 2013 Davis Cup by BNP Paribas first- There is also a regularride Mondays for
a.m. All finishers will receive a reindeer charm round:match between the United States and experienced'road cyclists starting at 9 a.m. at
necklace, and admission to the kids'runs is The McArthur Family YMCA is starting an Brazil Feb. 1-3. The matches ill be played at various locations on Amelia Island and in
necklace, and admission to the kids' runs is ultimate Frisbee league. All skill levels are wel- Theamatchesewillnbeiplayedsat
free with a gift donation to Toys for Tots (or $5 ultimate Frisbee league. Allskill levels are wel- the Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena, Nassau County. The starting points and dis
without a toy) come. Participants receive a YMCA jersey. which will have an expected capacity of tances for these rides.will be announced.
tehuH -at s, i Season runs through Jan. 12. appimate 0Helmets and a bicycle in goodworkin con-
Haif-marathoners will receive a long-sleeve Ultimate F is anon-contact sport that approximately 13,000. Hm a yc
tecalrUltimate Frisbee is n-contact sport that The even is being organized, staged and dition are mandatory Rides are led by Don
half-marathon inis a new silver color fis y- e. combines features of soccer, basketball, Amer- pr t th USTA. Tickets will go on sale Eipert in conjunction with the North Florida
alf-marhonpromoted by the USTA. Tickets will go on sale
ers' medal that will add asplash of red on. idanyone 20 yefootball and netball. The league is open to to the generalpublic in early December. For Bicycle Club. Call 261-5160 or visit ww.ame
h's e n a hrstas yoe 20 years oldand up. Game are held information, fans can call the U:S. Davis Cup, www.sports.groups.
tree ornament and 5K runners will stmas Sundays at 4 p.m. at the McArthur fieldsr hotlihe at (888) 484-8782 or visit www. or
ee ornabent and 5K runners will receiveaisland.
holiday-themed cotton T-shirt. The Emma Love behind Publix on the
Hardee Elementary choir will be stationed 5 The cost to play is $10 for YMCA members, The matchup with Brazil will be the first SeorChbowlingleag
Hardee out wththeSKshome tie for the U.S. since the 2011 qr cuarterfio A senior league bowling is offered at 9:30nm l us
along the combined route with the 5K, so all waiver. For information, call the Y at 261-1080 home tie for the US since the 2011 quater- A senior league bowling is offered at 9:30
runners and walkers will be able to enjoy their nals in Austin, Texas, and just the third home a.m. Wednesdays at Nassau Bowling off US
live music. tie for the U.S. since 2009. In that time, the 17 in Yulee. The group also meets for Christian
This year's half-marathon course has been Strides forEducauton45K U.S. team has played seven road matches league bowling at 6 p.m. Thursdays.
"tweaked" to eliminate a half-mile diversion Take Stock in Childrep/Nassau presents its all on clay. The best-of-five match series
toward the end of the run. The event itself has inaugural "Strides for Education" 5K Run and begins Feb. 1 with two singles matches featur- S a iati
been moved to Sunday at 7:30 a.m., when Beach Walk at 9 a.m. Dec. 8 at Main Beach. ing each country's No. 1 player against the SO assd
there should be less traffic on the roads and in Proceeds will be, used to purchase scholar- other country's No. 2 player. Nassau County Sports Association meets at
the park. ships for more deserving students in Nassau Saturday's schedule features the pivotal 7 p.m. the first Tuesday at the county building,
A big hit from last year's run will be return- County. doubles matchand the final-day of play on Yulee. Call 261-1075 or 277-1609.

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Shave shoots 68, 69 in Wednesday and Friday blitzes


Fifty-one players came out for
last Wednesday's blitz at the Fern-
andina Beach Golf Club. Jon Shave
((8, plus 11) took top honors. Se-
cond was Allen Irby (96, plus 8) and
John Rudd (89, plus 6) was third.
The first-place team included
Shave, Rudd, Charlie Kicklighter
(80, plus 1) and Ron Boatright (80,
minus 2). Second was captured by
Rich Vredenburgh (86, plus 5), Kim
Davies (80, plus 3), Ron Therriault
(88, plus 1) and Mitch Purvis (92,
In third place was the team of Bo
Alvarez (73, plus 4), Tony Lopez (86,
plus 3), Jack Croake (82, even), John
LaFear (80, even) and Doug Wolfe
(88, minus 1). Taking fourth were
Lew Akins (92, plus 4), Ryan
Newton (77, plus 3), Jarrod Sullivan
(73, plus 1) and Larry Griner (96,
minus 3).
Friday with a little smaller field of
42. Shave (69, plus 7) again was the UMr ED P
top winner. Daeies (79) and'Jim Raf- SUBMITTED PHOTOS
fone (86) tied for second at plus 6. Amelia Island Club 2012 Women's Member-Guest champions Judy Schmonsees and Patty Rodgers, left. The 2012 Amelia Island Club
First place team included Shave, Member-Guest champions Bill Klein and Nick Chandler, right.
Roger Oliver (78, plus 4), Ter-y

coss 81, plus 2) and Chrie Carroll day, all 28 teams played two nine- Ktein Clander capturemefns guest Hugh Giles, Matt Ott and his designed Long Point golf course,
O.o, plus 2, ps con3d were Croake hole matches in the afternoon. On guest Mike Revels. tennis, fitness and the beachfront
O'Rourke (7, pl, et an nc en Friday, each team c'ompeted in its These final three teams played Ocean Clubhouse. For information,
(80, plus 3, Ron Pe teson (92, even) final nine-hole match before the This year's Amelia Island Club holes No. 1 and No. 9 to dete3rmine visit
and Don Seban (89, everi) championship shootout. Men's Member-GuestTournament this year's overall champions.
Third place went to Raffone, Joe In the shootout all seven flight was won by Nick tlein and Bill Flight winners were Keith Erdahl Gameof hedayforladies
Parrish (70, plus ), Kent ohns winners and one wildcard team para Chandler. and Kent Erdahl, first; Gene Kepple The Fernandina Beach Women's
(85, minus ) and Jerry Hudginsh ticipated in athree-hole mini-shoot- There were 56 teams, which and Doug Harrington, second; Ralph Golf Association's "game of the day"
B(97, minlus 5) In foerth were out to determine the final two teams. were divided into 14 flights of four Karlovec and Jay Hall, third; Mark Nov. 20 was best nine holes.gross
Bray (86, plus 4)2),Ron BoaTherriault (87, Judy Schmonsees and partner two-man teams. It was a three-day Hanley and Ted Sheppe, fourth; minus half of handicap using scores
plus 2),on Boatight (79, minus 2) Patty Rodgers faced ran Esposito event and included a presentation by Jimmy Carlos and Hugh Giles, fifth; from two of the par 3s, two of the par
and Jeff Humphrey (8?,.minus 3). and daughter Diana Esposito on the TaylorMade and adidas; some of this Bill Smiley and Joe Masternick, 5s and five of the par 4s.
Wom Sa membe r" r last hole for the championship. year's hottest equipment and sixth; Harry Branch and Rick The first flight first-place winner
o ens a Schmonsees and Rodgers came out footwear on the market were fea- Bowers, seventh; Tom Bowman and was Linda Scott with a score of 29.5.
The 2012 Amelia Island Club on top to capture the overall champi- tured. Alan Hibbert, eighth; Bill Ptlifi and Second place went to Sheryl Boyer
Women's Member-GuestTourna- onship in a dramatic final hole. Klein and Chandler outlasted 14 Robert Gardner, ninth; Chris Peters with 31. In the second flight, the
ment was held Nov. 1-2. The theme Flight winners were Claudia other teams in a shootout style fin- and Jeff Farschon, 10th; Mike first-place winner ws s Sandy Pardue
of "The Grape Escape" was expand- Watts and Sharon Badenoch, first; ish right to the very end with Clower and Dan Terrell, 1tth; Matt with a score of 30.5;'Anne Thibault
ed upon this year in both content Pat Gieg and Mary Poole, second; tremendous excitement. The various Ott and Mike Revels, 12th; Dan took second with a 31.5. The third
and style. '"The Second Harvest of Gerry Okin and Donna Dandurand, flight winners were divided into Dunleavy and Bob Chism, 13th; and flight first-place winner was Emily
the Grape Escape" was planned and third; Bobbie Fost and Carolyn three mini-shootouts of five teams Bob Legg and Tim Legg, 14th.. Baker with 29.5; second went to
executed by the committee of Gail Rumph, fourth; Phyllis Watson and each playing two holes of combined The Amelia Island Club is a mem- Glenda Babin with a score of 30.0.
Biondi, Sandra Clower and Gerry Carol Simonetti, fifth; Fran Esposito- stableford points. ber-owned private club with 1,390 Any golfer who would like to join
Okin. and Diana Esposito, sixth; and Janet in addition to Klein and Chand- resident and non-resident members. FBWGA may call the pro shop at
The tournamentbegan with an Petersern and Sandy Newhouse, sev- ler, the three other mini shootout It offers its members a full range of 277-7370 or Teri Wright (FBWGA
optional practice round. On Thurs- enth. winners were Jimmy Carlos and his facilities, including the Tom Fazio- president) at 277-9642.


SCity of Fernandina from a Kraft Tennis Players courts, added to their present received by Dec. 5 at 6 p.m. gles and doubles. The format Central Park courts. Email
Beach tennis instructor round robin tournament will five-court facility, has gener- Email michelemaha@ will be determined by the michelemaha
Vishnu Maharaj i participat- be given to the Mayo Clinic ously donated use of their to enter the round number of entries received. The Yulee Tennis Foun-
ing in "No Shave November," prostate cancer research pro- facility for the fundraising robin or to offer bids for the Cost to enter is $10 per dation and Maharaj Tennis
an event to raise funds for gram. event. beard. Bidding closes Nov. 30 person per event. Email have used tennis balls for
prostate cancer research ini- The current high bid is at The ladies doubles round at 9 p.m. to daycares, preschools and pri-
tiatives. Bids are currently- $225. The beard ~ jll be robin will take place from The city of Fernandina enter olr for further informa- mary school teachers for use
being accepted to shave 'his shaved Dec. 9,att'he compler noon to 2 p.m. at the Kraft Beach winter junior champi- tion. Deadline to enter is Dec. under their classroom chairs.
month-long beard. tion of a ladies round robin at Tennis courts. onships will be held Dec. 8-9 5 at 6 p.m, Contact Judi Turner with YTIF
The winning bid, along Kraft Tennis Club. Entry fee is $10 per per- at the city courts. Divisions Tennis classes continue at (904) 524-3758 or Michele
with matching funds from The Kraft Club, which will son. Enter with a partner or include boys and girls 14-and- through December for junior Maharaj at 548-1472 to have
Maharaj Tennis and proceeds soon have an additional two as a single. Entries must be under and 18-andunder sin- and adult players at the balls delivered to classrooms.

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YULEE HIGH SCHOOL Dec. 4 at Terry Parker 6/7:30 ...... s..- News, T11, Stats
Varsity Football Dec. 7 at Trinity Christian 6/7:30 Golf News, Tips, Trivia & Stats
Nov. 30 BOLLES 7:30 Dec. 13 at Baldwin 6/7:30
Dec. 14 BISHOPSNYDER 6/7:30
Boys Basketball Dec. 21 at West Nassau 6/7:30
Nov 29 at Wolfson 5:30/7 Dec. 28 J. Smith at FBHS 7:30 The World Challenge does not count Rory Mcilroy won the Dubai
Nov 30 UNIVERSITY CHRIST 6/7:30 Dec. 29 J.T. Smith at FBHS Sherwood Country Club Tournament Results
Dec. 4 TRINITY 6/7:30 Jan. 4 WEST NASSAU 6/7:30 Thousand Oaks, Calif. toward any of the official stats for the Word Championshi by two 1) Rory Mclroy
Dec. 8 BISHOP KENNY 6/7:30 Jan. 8 at Bishop Kenny 6/7:30 7,027yardsPar72 PGA but most of the stars strokes on Sunday after P
Dec. 11 at Episcopal 6/7:30 Jan. 11 FERNANDINA 4:30/7:30 7,027 yards, Far 72 PGA Tour, but most of the top stars aPurse: $1,351,W
Dec. 14 TERRY PARKER 6/7:30 Jan. 14 at University 6/7:30 show up because of the host. This finishing with five straight Score: 23-under"par
Dec. 17. at Bolles 6/7:30 Jan. 17 at Ribault 6/7:30
Dec. 20 BISHOP SNYDER 6/7:30 Jan. 18 at Keystone Heights 6/7:30 Defending: Tiger Woods event is hosted by Tiger Woods. The birdies to shoot a 6-under 66. "I just 2) Justin Rose
Dc. 21 MENENDEZu 6/7:30 Jan 21 MLK Classicat EWCollege Winning Score: 10-under par tournament started in 2000 and wanted to finish thh season the way I Pure: $00,738
Dec. 28 J.T. SMITH (Yulee) 7:30 Jan. 22 at Camden 6/7:30 Score: 2-unde par
Dec. 29 J.T. Smith (WN orKeystone) Jan. 25 at Femandina Beach 6/7:30 Woods has either won the event or finished second every year he's thought I deserved to finish the
Jan. 3 at Baldwn 5:30/7 Jan. 28 BOLLES 6/7:30 Player Purse Score
Jan. 4 BOLLES 6/7:30 Jan. 29 at Episcopal 6/7:30 competed in it, except in 2005 when he finished in a tie for 14th. He season;" Mcllroy said after holing a T-3) Luke Donald $46,126 -18
Jan. 8 at University Christian 6/7:30 Jan. 31 UNIVERSITY (seniors) 6/7:30
Jan. 1 at Yulee 4:30/7 Feb. 5 District playoffat FBHS withdrew from the toumament in 2009 due to injuries suffered from the birdie on 18 and raising his arms in the T3) Chart Schwartzel $466,126 -18
Jan. at Trinity 6/7:30 Thanksgiving night car crash that took the world by storm and sidelined air in celebration. Justin Rose shot a course-record 62 that included an
Jan. 18 WEST NASSAU 67:30 Girls Soccer his golfing career. Last year, Tiger Woods won the World Challenge for eagle and eight birdies to finish second. Second-ranked Luke Donald
Jan. 22 at West Nassau 6/7:30 Dec. 3 at Woafson 5:30
Jan.24 at Bishopnyder 6/7:30 Dec. 4 NEASE 5:30 his firstictory in more than two years and 26 tournaments. finished tied for third vith 2011 Masters champion Chad Schwarzel.

Feb 1 HILLIARD 6/7:30 Dec.14 aWekiva (Orlando) 6:00
Feb. 5 DISTRICT SEMIFINAL 7:00 Dec.15 at Edgewater (Orlando) 1:00 World Challenge The five candidates for rookide of Rory M llroy
Feb. 8 DISTRICT CHAMP 7:00 Dec. 17 FERNANDINA 5:30 Oy croy
Dec. 19 WEST NASSAU (seniors) 5:30 Time Network the year are John Huh, Jonas Tued Professional: 2007
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Jan. 3 at Raines 5:30 ur1129 300 00 Gd Professional: 2007
BoysSoccer Jan.7 TERRYPARKER 5:30 Thu, 11/29 3:00pm-6:00pm GOLF Blixt Chalie Bejan, Ted Potter WorldRanking:1st
Nov. 28 BOLLES 5:30/7:20 Jan. 9 at Nease 5:30 Fri, 11/30 3:00pm-6:00pm GOLF Jr. and Bud Cauley, the only 2012PGATour Earnings: $8,047,952
Nov. 29 at West Nassau' 7:20 Jan. 11 at Trinity Christian. 5:30
Dec 4 at Keystone Heights 7:00 Jan 14-18 District at FBHS Sat, 12/1 3:00pm-6:00pm NBC rookie of the year candidate not to win this year. PGATour Wins: 6
Dec. 5 at Episcopal 5:30/7:20
Dec. 6 WEST NASSAU' 7:20 YULEE HIGH SCHOOL Sun, 12/2 3:00pm-6:00pm NBC Huh is favored to win the award. Huh was the
Dec. 10 NEASE 5:30/7:20 Boys Soccer
Dec. 12 BISHOP KENNY 5:30/7:20 Nov.29 atERaines 7:20 only rookie to make it 'to the TOUR
Dec. 17 at Yulee. 7:20 Dec. 3 at Watfson 7:20 Championship this season. He recorded his first Tlrough Nov. 25, 2012
Dec 18 at Raines' 7:20 Dec. 6 at Baldwin 7:20
Jan. 9 'RIDGEVIEW 5:30/7:20 Dec. 10 atTerry Parker 7:20 Vijay Singh's first majdr win came at win at the Mayakoba Classic and was in 1) ROry Mcllroy
Jan.11 atPaxon 5:30/7:20 Dec.11 RIBAULT 7:20
Jan.12 Epscopal JVtoumey TEA Dec. 17 FERNANDINA 7t20' which event? contenion at the Farmers Insurance where-he 13.61 pts.
Jan 14 atProvdence 5:30/7:20 Dec. 19 WEST NASSAU 7:20 notched a tiefor sixth. Huhadded a te forsecond
Jan 15 atWollson 5:30/7:20 Jan. 3 RAINES 7:20 2) Luke Donahd
Jan 17 TERRY PARKER 6:00 Jan.7 TERRYPARKER 7:20 a) The Masters c) U.S. Open finish attheValeroTexas Open. He wasalso tops 2) Luke Donald
anDistnic t 3-2A at st Nassau Jan. 101 at Trinity Christian 7:20 b) PGA Championship d) British Open among rookies on the money list, finishing 28th. 9.28 pts.
FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL Jan. 14-18 District tournament
Nov 29 at WeGsr Ns saoccer 5:30 YULEE HIGH SCHOOL Answer: b) Vijay Singh's first major win came at well. Blixt notched a win, five top-1O finishes and 8.89 pts.
Nov. 30 BISHOP KENNY 6:00 Girls Basketball the 1998 PGA Championship, led allrookies in adjusted scoring average.
Dec3 RIBAULT' 5:30 Nov. 29 atTerryParker 6:00 4) Justin Rose
Dec 6 WEST NASSAU' 5:30 Nov.30 FORREST 6:00 __ l_4
Dec 13 CHRISTCHURCH" 6:00 Dec.3 atBaldwin 6:00 6.66 pts.
Dec 17 at Yulee 5:30 Dec. 6 at Femandina Beach 6:00
Dec 18 at Raines 5:30 Dec. 7 EPISCOPAL 6:00 Oneofthoseawkwardshotsthatcanreallybemasteredwith a bitofpracliceiswhen
Jan0 8 at Unversity Chrissan 6:00 Dec. 1 atWestNassau 730 your shot lies up against a tree and you can not take your normal stance. As you may 5) Adam Scott
Jan.14 DISTRICT 3-2Aquarterfinal Dec.14 atOakleaf 6:00 expect, you will need to tum your body around and do the opposite of what you 6.50 pts.
Jan 15 DISTRICT 3-adasemifinaI Dec. 17 at BakerCounty 6:00 pt l edoe6 p
Jan. 17 DISTRICT 3-2Achamp 6.00 Dec.18 ST.JOSEPH 6:00 normally do. You want to use irons with the biggest faces (wedge or 9-iron) and flip it World Golf Rankings continued...
Distict Senior night Dec. 28 Ccunty at FBHS Player Points
Dec. 29 County at FBHS over to match your Ripped stance. As you prepare to make your swing, the first piece Playe Points
FERNANDINABEACH HIGH SCHOOL Jan. 8 OAKLEAF 6:00 of advice is to not take a full swing. Ashort backswing will eliminate any errors since 6) Lee Westwood 6.39
Girls Basketball Jan. 10 TRINITY 6:00
Dec 3 BISHOPSNYDER 6:00 Jan. 11 FERNANDINABEACH 6:00 yoU are not used to swinging the club this way (backwards). You also want to abbreviate the follow- 7) Louis Oosthuizen 6.35
Dec 6 YULEE' 6:00 Jan. 14 WEST NASSAU 6:00 8) Jason Dufner 5.74
Dec 10 CAMDENCOUNTY 6/7:30 Jan. 15 TERRYPARKER 6:00 through, ryingto keepyourrightarm sraight(normally, youwahtto keepyour left arm straight). iry 9) Webb Simpson 5.61
Dec 13 at West Nassau' 6/7:30 Jan. 17 BAKERCOUNTY 6:00 this technique out a few limes and you should be able to get a good grasp of it faidry quickly. 10) Brandt Snedeker 5.56
Dec 18 at Glynn Academy 6/7:30 Jan.22 BALDWIN 6:00 you
Dec 28-29 NASSAU COUNTY Jan. 24 at Ponte Vedra 6:00
Jan 3 STANTON 6/7:30 Jan. 25 STANTON 6:30
Jan. 8 at Bishop Snyder 6:00 Jan. 29 DISTRICT SEMIFINAL 7:00
Jan tO BALDWIN 6/7:30 Feb. 1 DISTRICT CHAMP 7:00
Jan 11 at Yulee" 6:00
Jan 17 WEST NASSAU" 6/7:30 Boys & Girls Basketball 5:
Jan 24 at Oakleaf 6/7:30 Nov 29 DUVALCHARTER 5/6:30
Jan 25 at iTrinity Christian 6:00 Dec 3 CALLAHANB 5/:00
Jan 29 Distnct 4-4Aat Yulee TBA Dec. 4 HILLIARD 56.30
Dec. 6 YULEEB 5/6:30
Wrestling Dec. 10 B teams at Callahan 5,:30
Nov 30-Dec 1 Episcopal Invite 12:00 Dec. 11 B teams at Yulee 5/6:30
Dec 3 Episcopal Duals 6:00 Dec. 13 B teams at Hilliard 4:30/5:30 ".
Jan 4-5 Terry Parker Duals 4:00 Dec. 20 B team semis at Yulee 3:30- .L
Jan 9 First Coast Duals 5:00 Dec. 21 B team finals at Hilliard 2/3:30
Jan 19 Wildcat Duals-Kingsand 6:00 Jan. 8 HILLIARD 4:30 We can accoinmodate a small intim te
Jan 23 at Fletcher 5:00 Jan 11 at Yulee (in-schod) 230- p i up
Feb District 3-1Aat Epscopal 9am Jan. 12 atHilliard 4:30- gathering or parties for u o
Feb. -9 Regionl-1A at Bdles 10am Jan 14 at Callahan 52:30
Jan 17 YULEE(in-schoola) 234 Contacrt Mclanie Rotertson a. 904.277 73.57q t; o ';chtN.tlet,
Boys Basketball Jan. 19 County finals at Yulee TBA
Nov 15. Pp-of Classic at FBHS Jan. 22. at Camden 4/5:00
Nov 16 Above the Rim preseason 5:00 Jan. 24 at St. Marys 4/5:00
Nov 20 at Bolles 4:30/7:30 Jan. 29 CAIMDEN 4/5:30
Nov 27 BALDWIN 6/7:30 Jan. 31 ST. MARYS 45:30
Nov 30 FORREST 4:30/7:30

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Amelia Islands fishiest bridges

T hee bridge spanning fishy bays
and tidal rivers located strategically
on Amelia Island may offer some of
the best all around bridge fishing
that the Sunshine State has to offer.
Fishing fiom the old Nassau Bridge, con-
structed in 1948, was a dangerous proposition
for many bridge fishermen, who had to keep a
close eye out for cars crossing the bridge.
In 1999 a new Nassau Bridge was con-
structed just east of the old one and offered
handicap-accessible fishing
with a much safer walkway
for fishermen. The old bridge
was kept in place and is the
most popular fishing bridge
on Amelia Island. -
Jacksonville's Larenza
Mungin made one of the
more notable catches from
the old Nassau Sound
OUTDOORS Bridge. He fished from the
.... south end of the bridge,
Teryacos where a deep channel and a
drawbridge are located, and
landed the all-tackle IGFA world record
"southern" flounder. His record-breaking
flounder weighed 20.9 pounds and waslanded
on Dec. 23, 1983.
During the fall and winter fishing seasons,
bridge fishermen can expect excellent fishing
for whiting, blues, flounder, sea trout and red-
fish. Drifting a live shrimp under a long float
and deep just off.the bottom produces the
best fishing results for speckledtfrout, red
drum and flounder.
Fishing on the bottom with fresh shrimp-
provides great fishing action for excellent eat-
ing whiting, blues, black drum and a variety of
bottom feeders.
Sheepshead fishermen do well while fish-
ing the deep pass under the drawbridge por-
tion of the bridge. They fish with fiddler crabs
or barnacles right next to the shell-clad bridge
A large drop net is recommended when
fishing from the bridge as you have some 50
feet to haul up your hooked fish. However,
some Nassau Sound Bridge catches may be
just too big to net.
The mouth of Sawpit Creek is located at
the.south end of both the old and new
bridges. Excellent sea trout and redfish action
can be enjoyed while fishing from a boat or Redfish can be
from the old bridge. found schooling
Wade fishing for flounder, reds and sea both under the
trout is excellent all year round just northwest Nassau Bridge,
of the old Nassau Bridge. Waders will find in the deep
good numbers of smallfinger mullet in the channels and
shallows for cast netting. along nearby
Many waders prefer the incoming tide and shorelines.
begin wading west along the shoreline, where Jodie Tucker,.
a shallow flat offers prime feeding grounds. above, is pic-
One of the more proven fishing techniques is. tured with a
fishing with a live finger mullet on a "Fish nice late fall red
Finder" setup. -0 drum. The
Thread a one-ounce egg sinker onto 10- Nassau Bridge,
pound braided fishing line; then attach a 20- "' left, is the
pound barrel swivel to the tag end of the fish- largest Amelia
ing line. Next, an 18-inch section of 20-pound Island bridge
fluorocarbon shock leader is attached to the and where
remaining side of the barrel swivel and a No. gamefish from
1 kahle hook is attached to the business end tarpon to excel-
of the shock leader, completing your "'Fish lent eating sea
Finder" setup. trout school
A live finger mullet is then barbed through close to sub-
the bottom of the mouth and right up through merged bridge
-the top of the head and fished slowly along the pilings. Below,
bottom. trout fishing is
Boaters have easy access to the Nassau excellent during
Sound and bridges from the Talbot Island the fall and win-
State Park boat ramp located just south of the ter fishing sea-
old Nassau Bridge. sons while drift-
Fishermen can also access both bridges ing live shrimp
from a state-maintained parking lot at the deep under the
north end of the bridges. The Talbot Island Shave Bridge.
boat ramp is the only public boat ramp located PHOTOS BY TERRY
close to the Nassau Sound. IACOSS/SPECIAL
The Shave Bridge holds excellent sea trout
fishing during the fall and winter fishing sea-
sons while drifting live shrimp deep during I
the slow moving tides. Sheepshead fishing is
excellent close to the barnacle-crusted bridge
pilings while fishing with fiddler crabs, fresh
shrimp or barnacles. -
The 14th Street Bridge offers excellent
bafk and boat fishing; sea.trout, redfish,
flounder and striped bass canr be caught dur-
ing the fall and winter fishing seasons. Once
again live shrimp fished deep under a float is -
Non-Floriida residents will need to pur-V.
chase a Florida non-resident saltwater fishing
license if they are 16 years of age and older
when fishing from bridges, piers or land.
Floridaresidents do not need to have a saltwa-
ter fishing license when fishing from land,
bridges or piers.

Tides, Sun & Moon: November 28-December 5, 2012 The city of Fernandina Monday through Friday at the Atlantic Avenue
Beach Recreation Depart- Closed weekends. Cost is $3 Recreation Center pool. Deep
W ed o.Snrset 7A Low 1:46A 0.04' Su Sunrise 706A Low 4:12A 0.40' ment ( offers: a day, $25 a month for city water aerobics (aqua fitness
W ed. SuM :7A High 8:2A 6.70' n Moonset 10:01A High 10:51A 6.42' Holiday Havoc men's/co- residents ($31.25 non-city), belts required) is Mondays,
I1/28 Sunset 5:24P Low 2:25P 0.35' 12/2 Sunset 5:24P Low 4:50P 0.64' ed slow-pitch softballtourna- $120 for sixth months ($150 Wednesdays and Fridays
Mbonrise 5:38P High 8:36P 5.75' Moonrise 9:03P High I :12P 5.51' ment is Dec. 15 at the Ybor non-city) or $180 for 12 from 11-11:55 a.m. Cost is
Th Sunrise 7:04A Low 2:23A 0.06' Mo Sunrise 7:07A Low 4:51A 0.56' Alvarez softball fields on months ($225 non-city). Per- $50 per month (city residents)
r Moonset 7:49A High 8:59A 6.68' Moonset O10:39A High I (:29A 6.32' Bailey Road. Men's upper and sonal training is available; $30 and $62.50 (non-city) for one
1 /29 Sunset 5:24P Low 102P 0.39' | 3 Sunset 5:24P Low 5:29P 0.70 lower divisions start at 8:30 per session, $75 per week class per day; $60 (city resi-
M/ 9 s2/3 626' 9 5.70 Hi 55 a.m Co-ed one-pitch division (three sessions) or $200 a dents) and $75 (non-city) for
626 High 95P 5.70' oonrise 5 p.m. USSSA rules. month (two sessions a week). two classes; or $5 for one
Sunrise 7:A HhLow 3:A 0.142' T e Sunrise 7:08A Low 5:37A 0.71' Team entry fee is $265. Bring Dietary analysis and food pro- class, $10 for two.
S Moonset 8:36A High 9:37A 6.62 u S Moonset I :15SA High 12:11P 6.22' two toys (boy and girl) for gram. Call Jay at 277-7364. Private swimming les-
I 1/30 unet :24P Low 3:37P 0.46' 12/4 sunset 5:24P Low 6:14P 0.70' Toys for Tots and receive $25 Adult volleyball is from 7- sons for children ages two
Moonrise 7:17P1 High 9f54P 5.62' Moonrise 10:54P off entry fee. Registration 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays and up and adults in 30-
deadline is Dec. 12. Call or at Peck Gym.Cost is $2 per minute sessions cost $20 for
Sat. Sunrinse 7:05A Low 3:35A 0.25' W Sunrise 7:09A High 12.39A 5.59' email jason at 277-7256 or day for city residents ($5 non- city residents, $25 for non-
set 9:20A High 10:14A 6.53' e. Moonset I I:50oA Low 6:30A 0.84' or visit www. city). city; four-pack $60 for city and
Sunset 5:24P Low 4:13P 0.55' Sunset 5:24P High 12256P 6.12' Youth volleyball is from 3- $75 non-city; eight-back $100
Moonrise 8:09P High 10:33P 5.55' Moonrise IP Low 7:04P 0.64' Open basketball is 5 p.m. Tuesday and Friday at for city residents and $125 for
Tide calculations are for Amelia River, Fernandina Beach. No corrections are necessary. Mondays, Wednesdays and. Peck Gym. Cost is $2 per day non-city. Schedule lessons at
Sun & Moon events are also calculated for Fernandina Bea h, afthough actual times may vary because of land masses. Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 7 for city residents ($5 non-city). the Atlantic Avenue
SI. ARE YOU TIREl D OF YO --R-U p.m., Tuesdays and Fridays Check out Central Park Recreation Center.
t' l I pl DR/IING STRAIGHTf-'? I from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and tennis court keys at the Fernandina Beach Scuba
COME TSaturdays from 11 a.m. to 4 Atlantic Avenue Recreation Club meets at 6 p.m. the third
S COME TO RI. EFFFR FOR A FREE I p.m. at Peck Gym, based on Center ($5 deposit, refund- Tuesday at the Atlantic
SALIGNMENT CHECIK! I court availability, able if returned within a year). Avenue Recreation Center.
S904-277-6969 NAPOFFMNTNE Peck Gym weight room is Aqua 1 water aerobics is Call Kathy Russell, 753-1143,
904277-6969 __.. ....... m El AR__-__.=- -a, open from 11 am. to 7 p.m. from 10-10:55 am. weekdays or email

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Saturday, December 8
Registration: 7:30am Start: 9am
Fernandina's Main Beach
(at Atlantic & Fletcher)

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Quell the Christmas chaos remember those in need
We have enjoyed our My favorite gifts? for others. We even go so far as to Whether it is Micah's Place, Council long distance phone calls to
Thanksgivings and survived Black Those things hand- buy something we really want on Aging, Joy To The Children or people you have not talked to for a
Friday, the official start of the fast- made or home- and suggest to the other that it one of the many other opportunities, long time; time with small children
paced holiday season. Whether you cooked. So the should be considered our Christmas you can be Santa. anywhere, anytime during the holi-
call it Merry Christmas or Happy' grandchildren will gift. "You don't need to get me any- It is not easy to keep things days; giving to people who have less
Holidays, we are off and running try- get newly knitted thing," wesay to each other. You "calm and bright." For many, the than you do; going to church and lis-
ing to keep up with the annual chaos. scarves to replace guessed it. Both would be very dis- memories of past Christmases and tening to the unique beauty of
In the coming month we will eat too the ones they got appointed if Santa didn't bring some- family members no longer with us Christmas carols; watching one of
much, forget to buy a gift, receive an last year that are thing special. can bring sadness. With television, the classic Christmas television
unexpected gift, wait in line and FROM most certainly lost. There are many opportunities to computers, iPhones and iPads it is shows like Frosty the Snowman or A
grow weary of Christmas music and I am sure to bake give to others. The familiar Salvation difficult to avoid the aggressive mar- Charlie Brown Christmas; bake
jewelry store ads on television. THE some favorite tradi- Army bell ringers will greet us as we keting of an endless array of gift something even if you never bake
The mere thought of Christmas PORCH tional Christmas come and go on our errands. Dig ideas. and give it to someone; put lights on
shopping brings most grown men to cookies. deep and throw a few coins in the So as hectic and chaotic as the something in your yard and wear
their knees. The Big Guy and I We have a tradi- bright red caldrons each time you holidays can be, we all need to find red.
agree. We avoid shopping malls and Dickie tion at our house. see community volunteers giving our own special Christmas. Carve Dickie Anderson welcomes your
shopping centers and the bombard- Anderson Big Guy and I their time. This is a time when many out something simple and make it comments. Books are available at
ment of displays screaming, "Buy encourage each families might not have any your own private little holiday cele- local book and gift stores or online at
me! Buy me!" We remain determined other not to get the other a gift for Christmas at all if it weren't for the bration. It can be a gathering of good
to resist. We prefer online shopping. Christmas. Instead we agree to shop many adopt-a-family programs. friends in a small intimate venue;

A0 Incoming Nassau County Sheriff Bill Leeper, Fernandina Beach Police Chief James
Hurley and City Commissioner Charlie Corbeit were among celebrity baggers for the
Relay For Life Team of Dr's. Joyce, Luke and Peters at Publix in Fernandina Beach on
Oct. 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event raised more than $600. Relay for Life is an
18-hour team event to fight cancer. This year's American Cancer Society's Relay For
Life was held Nov. 10-11 at Yulee High School.

Notes from Brazil
The Fernandina Beach Rotary Club recently
enjoyed a presentation by Matheus (Mat) Facio
Pires, an exchange student from Brazil whom
the club is sponsoring this year. Mat, who is
enrolled at Fernandina Beach High School, hails
Cruizes show from Maringa, a city about two and a half hours
from Sao Paulo. At home, he attends a private
The Amelia Cruizer's school with a very different schedule from U.S.
Car Show was held last high schools. Three days a week, he attends
month on Centre Street in school from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and two days from
downtown Fernandina 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. He studies some 26 subjects
Beach to benefit the Justin during 1 2 periods and has 60 fellow students in
Hess Scholarship Fund at his classes. He said it isn't unusual for some
Fernandina Beach High classes to include nearly 1,000 students. He
Pf School, Court Appointed spoke about his home in the mountains of
Special Advocates of Brazil. Formerly a coffee plantation, Maringa is a
Camden County, Ga., and planned urban arba built by the British in 1947.
the Nassau County Council it is still a major producer of coffee and is also
on Aging. the number one manufacturer in the world of
Above, a 1932 Ford blue jeans and baseball caps. The municipality
Coupe was one of 248 has been heavily settled in recent years by both
cars on display.4Left, Brian Japanese and Ukrainian immigrants and rivals
Bridwell and grandsons Washington, D.C., for the. number of blossoming
Jason and Michael Hewkin cherry trees planted by Japanese residents.
inspect a 1957 Chevy Mat, whose grandfather, grandmother and
Belair. Above, Dotty father are all Rotarians, is involved in many
Collins and her Chihuahua activities at FBHS, including the Interact Club.
Petey check out a 1936 He wants to become a lawyer and, someday, a
Studebaker Dictator nick- judge. Mat is just one of many inbound and out-
tnamed the Moonshine Car. bourid exchange students the Fernandina
PHOTS BY HEATHERA. PERRY Beach Rotary Club has sponsored in the past

Tasty evening
T[he 21st annual "The Taste of Amelia Island" culinary fair to benefit the Nassau County Volunteer Center wasi
held last month at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation Ballroom.W g o n o
Clockwise from top left, Joe Parrish of O'Kane's Irish Pub & Eatery prepares to serve a plate of house-rubbed
chicken wings. Tom and Margaret Zvoch savor the tasty offerings from the Crab Trap's table. Janet Williams joins i
Joyce ad Neal Frink to savor the great cuisine. Sarah McGinnis offers up some fresh Southern peach cobbler at the
Harris Teeter table. Bliss Cupcakery's cake is right in keeping with the Celebrate Autumnn theme of the event. i

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LEANINGS Farmers market Shore cleanup Beach to sign in. The walk Hi! My name is Bella. I
will depart at 10:30 a.m. am a 1-year-old bull terrier
Authorsw anted Gabriela of San Jose The Amelia Island Sea There is ample parking in mix girl. I have a beautiful
Mexican Grill will have her Turtle Watch has joined this area. Note the special white coat with patches of
The 2013 Amelia Island authentic hand-made Keep Nassau Beautiful in time so the group can get brindle on my face and near
Book Festival will be held in cheese, chicken, pork, beef adopting a section of beach access to the lighthouse at my back end. I weigh 51
Fernandina Beach on April 26, and vegetable tamales at the from Main Beach to North 11 a.m. Everyone is wel- pounds, am spayed and I'm
27 and 28, 2013. More than 30 Amelia Farmers Market in Access 16N as part of the come and the walk is free, or heartworm free! I am also up-
authors have committed to December on Dec. 1 and 22. "Adopt-a-Shore" program. walk for American Volks- to-date on' all my boosters. I
attend, but there is room for Enjoy a tamale at the The first scheduled cleanup sport Association credit, was owned before but my
more since book sales will be market or take a dozen is Dec. 1 at 9 a.m. The start For information contact owner's could no longer take
held at the Atlantic Avenue home as they freeze well for location is the Dolphin Jane Bailey at dnjbailey@ care of me. I am a very affec-
Recreation Center auditorium.- lunch or dinner later. With Street parking lot at M'ain or 261- tionate young lady.
To reserve a table to promote her long success at the mar- Beach. Bags and gloves will 9884. I should have been called
and sell your book go to ameli- ket, Gabriela and her family be provided. The public is tWiggles because as soon as I and opened San Jose Mexican invited to participate. Nature hik see a friendly face my tail
click on Author Submission, Grill in the Home Depot ir Join a park ranger for a starts wagging and my bot- Nassau County Animal
scroll down to Online Center in Yulee a few years Prehistoric par leisurely paced hike to dis- tom goes with it! You should Services, 86078 License Road,
Applications or Printable ago so customers can enjoy Learn about the prehis- cover the island's natural go to and Yulee, 491-7440, Tuesday
Applications and click on the all the authentic foods by the toric beasts that lived in this communities. Participants see a video of me. Our won- through Friday 11 a.m. to 4
one that suits you. Space at a Macias family, area such as dinosaurs, are encouraged to bring bug derful volunteers love me too! p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. to
table and one chair is $35 until Also at the market on sharks and mega-mammals. spray and bottled water. Please come see me for your- 3:30 p.m. and closed to the
Dec. 31. A full table with four Dec. 1 will be Batch 501, Find out what prehistoric life This program will take place self. I can be found at the public Sundays and Mondays.
chairs is $100 until Dec. 31. Doug's Wild Alaska Salmon Was like and the evidence at the Ribault Club on Fort
After, the price is $50 and $125 and PC Fresh Herbs.,Mark left behind for us to discov- George Island Cultural State
respectively. The final dead- your calendar for Dec. 8, as er. This program will take Park on Dec. 8 at 2 p.m. No CATS ANGELS
line to reserve space is March Keep Nassau Beautiful will place at the Rihault Club on reservations are necessary
1, 2013. have its fundraising Fort George Island Cultural and the program is free.
Plars Poinsettia Sale at the mar- State Park on Dec. 1 at 2 For information contact If you are looking for a
PO rES ket. Cohen's gourmet in- p.m. No reservations are the Talbot Islands Ranger sweet kitten to brighten your
On Saturday, Dec. 8 from 1- shell and shelled pecans will necessary and the program Station at (904) 251-2320. holidays, then-Blaze can fill
4 p.m. enjoy family holiday fun be at the market on Dec. 15 is free. For information call Se as the-bill. He is a dark orange
at the Fernandina Beach and 22. To sign up for the E- (904) 251-2320. SegwayexcrsionS and white little guy who is
branch library. Seasonal sto- Mail Newsletter, go to www. Enjoy the thrill of riding a playful and loving. He also
ries will be read aloud by Sustainable Segway transporter through has two littermates Sultan, a
guest readers and children The original and 10-year- mn .I.gtg the undeveloped island habi- buff tabby boy, and Trinket
will have the opportunity to old award-winning Amelia etats of Fort Clinch State their sister, with soft black
create a holiday craft. Special Farmers Market is open The final transition meet- Park and Fort George fur. They're all looking for
.guests, the Song Spifiners every Saturday from 9 a.m.-1 ing for "Sustainable Island. Watch nature unfold "forever" homes thisholiday
Choral Group, will-entertain p.m. at the Shops at Omni Fernandina" transition to a as you ride off-road through season. Cats Angels hasmany
with holiday songs. Santa has Amelia Island Plantation. citizen-based organization primitive forests and wildlife kittens, juniors and adult cats
been invited to attend, so Mingle with local farmers will be held on Dec. 3 at 5:20 habitats, out to ancient dune who are in need of a home
bring your cameras. Get your and business owners offer- p.m. at the Fort Clinch con- ridges, deserted shorelines and family to call their own.
free ticket to ride The Reading ing farm-direct fruits and ference room. The agenda and old-time plantation Won't you visit our cats at the
Polar Express Trolley at the vegetables harvested just for the meeting is to estab- structures., Guides take you Adoption Center, online at
Fernandina Beach branch. before market day as well as lish the mission andselect where the birds roost, the or call and'paper towels) during
Trolley tickets are valid for a variety of organic products leadership. Comments and turtles dig and the dolphins 321-2267 to meet with an business hours. The Cats
Dec. 8 from 1-4 p.m. only. This and specialty foods. Also recommendations can be swim. adoption volunteer. Angels booth in Trailer Park
event is spbnsored by the discover gourmet baked forwarded to Sustainable.AI No experience necessary. Cats Aigels Thrift Collectibles at 702 Centre St.
Friends of the Fernandina goods and prepared foods Easy-to-learn pre-tour lesson Store/Adoption Center locat- is open daily.
Beach Branch Library. such as jellies, relishes and T kn all included. Riders minimum ed at 709 S. Eighth St. is open The longer you wait to
marinades. The market is UgUOU d age: 13 years; maximum Monday'through Saturday have animals in your care or
FOLbookdub also the perfect location to Join Walkin'Nassau on weight: 260 pounds. Open from 11 a.m. til 5 p.m. Shop area spayed and neutered, the
The Friends of the Library choose from a wide variety Dec. 8 for a walk to the year-round. For info/reser- our Thrift Store for a large better the chances for an
Book Club meets at 7 p.m. on of plants. No pets, please. Amelia Island Lighthouse. vations call (904) 251-9477, selection of gently used unwanted litter. Please spay
the second Thursday of every Call 491-4872 or visit www. .Meet at 10:15 a.m. at the or visit www.Ec6Motion household items, decorations, and neuter now. Cats Angels
month in the parlor room of skateboard park at Main toys, jewelry and used books. can help with lower cost
St. Peter's Episcopal Church, _____Christmas merchandise is options on these services.
801 Atlantic Ave., Fernandina already stocked and new Call 321-2267 for more infor-
Beach, with moderators Ud IIfI Y HELPERS items arrive daily. Donations mation. We-can humanely
Marilyn and Norman Wesley. II.1 III 'are graciously accepted for trap feral cats. Spay and
New members are welcome. resale and cat care (clay litter, neuter the responsible solu-
The next discussion is Dec. JOYtotheChildren Ave. For information contact 261-4293 or dry and canned food, bleach tion.
13, featuring Catcher in the
Rye by J.D. Salinger. JOY to the Children is gearing up for its Adopt-A-Fa ly N SA U SO
Little eades annual Christmas Day celebration for NASSAU UMANE SOCIETY
t eIeaders Nassau County's underprivileged children The Nassau County Volunteer Center's
The Book Loft, 214 Centre and their families.. If you have the opportuni- 23rd annual Holiday "Adopt-a-Family" pro-
St., hosts Story Time on the ty to give of your time or money this year, gram helps make the holidays happier for
second Monday of the month contact JOY at or the clients of the Barnabas Center, Head
at 10:30 a.m. Puppet friend visit Like the Start, Family Support Services and the
Barnacle Bart is back: to help Facebook page at Council on- Aging. Donations ofgiftcardts,
with the stories and as always tothechildrennassau. clothing or toys to an entire family, to '4 sen-
the children will enjoy songs, Upcoming volunteer events include shop- ior or to a foster child are heeded now.
crafts and great children's lit- ping for toys Dec. 2 at 5 p.m., with-toy load- To get-involved call the Nassau County
erature. Call 261-8991 for ing and transport at 6:30 p.m., at Walmart Volunteer Center at 261-2771., email the cen-
information. Supercenter in Yulee; clothes shopping from ter at, or stop by the office
8 a.m.-1 p.m. Dec. 4 at the Walmart at 1303 Jasmine St., Suite 104A.
Supercenter, with transport at 1 p.m.; gift
transport from 2-6 p.m. Dec. 21; orientation S P l
PET rPPJglECT g at 9 a.m. at Yulee High School, with gift Forty homebound seniors will enjoy a
ET PROJE S wrapping starting at 10 a.m.; food pickup special holiday meal Christmas week. With
and ransport the afternoon of Dec. 24; and your assistance, those same homebound Honey is as sweet as her Domestic Short Hair mix.
Kitty endar kitchen prep at 9:30'a.m. Dec. 25, with the seniors will continue to receive two nutri- name, and she really needs a She's less than a year old, and
event from 11 a.m.-3 p.m., followed by tious meals a week throughout 2013. friend right now. She's an she has a wonderful disposi-
The "Purr-fect Cats of Cats cleanup. Freezer containers are required to main- Australian Cattle Dog mix, tion. Her coat is a beautiful
Angels" are together again in tain the quality of the meals. Fresh produce and she's a senior dog, about black and orange, and she has
a calendar for 2013 and one of 'lOpe for olidayS and dairy products keep them healthy year 12 years old. She's in good gorgeous hazel eyes. She is
Cats Angels "model" kitties is Community Hospice of Northeast Florida round. $78 will adopt a homebound senior health for her age with no out- accustomed to living in a
featured each month. Thecal- holds "Hope for the Holidays" vworkshops for for the coming year. standing health issues, and home, but her owner couldn't
endar kitties are hoping you families, friends and caregivers who have Please send donations to: Coalition for we believe she's house- keep her anymore. She was
purchase one or more at $10 experienced the death of a loved one to help the Homeless of Nassau County/Soup Train, trained. She walks very well shy when she arrived here
each. They make great gifts them reflect on their loss, cope with grief PO. Box 16123, Fernandina Beach, FL on her leash and stays right but has adjusted very well
for cat lovers of all-ages and reactions and restore a sense of hope for the 32035. For information please call Mary by your side. She likes to and is enjoying her friendship
are great for holiday gifts or upcoming season. Clemens at 206-4466. sleep on her bed, but when 'with Claxton, who came, from
stocking stuffers. The calen- Community Hospice bereavement coun- she's awake she loves to be the same home. (The two of
dars are on sale at the Cats selors will present information about ways to SeniorAnIgl Iree with you. She quietly enjoys them could be adopted
Angels Thrift Store/Adoption cope with grief during the holiday season to As you begin thinking of how you will accepting all the loving you together or separately.) She's
Center, 709 S. Eighth St., and help attendees determine what is right for give back this holiday season, please consid- can give her, as she gazes at very beautiful, very affection-
the Fernandina branch library, themselves and theii families. They will er sponsoring a low-income senior citizen for you with adoring brown eyes. ate and very sweet she'll roll
All proceeds from calendar learn how to refocus energy on positive Christmas. Purchasing a little something for She gets along well with other over and invite you to pet her!
sales support the Cats Angels activities that honor and remember their- one of the Salvation Army Hope House's 251 dogs and we think she'd do You can see videos of our
spay/neuter and adoption pro- loved ones. Senior Angels will help bring joy, hope and a best in a home that already adoptable dogs and cats at
grams. A workshop, free and open to the public, smile into the lives of those who-are often has a dog, so if you've been our website,
will be'held from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Dec. 8 in alone and forgotten. For more information looking for a companion pet
Parade for PaWS the board room at Baptist Medical Center or to adopt a Senior Angel, call 321-0435 or for your dog, Honey just We hope you'll join us
Nassau Humane Society Nassau, 1250 South 18th St. Reserve a space stop by The Salvation Army Hope House at might be perfect. She has a Saturday morning for the
will host the 13th Annual by calling (904) 407-7001. the corner of Ninth and Date streets. soft coat that's nice for pet- 13th annual Parade foir Paws
Parade for Paws on Dec. 1 at ting, too. A 12-year-old dog dog walk! You can dress your
the Old Railroad Depot in ona donations shouldn't have to be in a shel- dog in Christmas finery and
downtown Fernandina Beach. On Dec. 8 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., anyone Start the holiday season in a meaningful ter with the noise and the be eligible for awards.
Walk half a mile along Centre who brings an adult bike to 1303 Jasmine St. way by making a donation to a local food stress she needs a nice, Registration is $10 and bene-
Street, beginning and ending in Fernandina Beach will receive a free reg- pantry to ensure that someone in need this quiet, loving home for her fits the Nassau Humane
at the Old Railroad Depot. istration to the 2013 Katie Ride on April 20. holiday season will not go hungry. Because retirement years. In return Society. The half-mile walk
Late registration begins at 10 'The donated bicycles will be refurbished by of generous food donations made by resi- she'll be a gentle, loving and startsat 11 a.m. Saturday at
a.m. and the parade begins at The Cycling and Fitness Center and used for dents, and food drives coordinated by pri- appreciative best friend, the old railroad depot down-
11 a.m. Registration fee is $10 the Bikes for Barnabas program, which pro- vate and public entities, the Barnabas pantry Please ask about our special town, with late registration
per dog. Pre-register online at vides adults who need transportation getting distributes close to 100,000 pounds of food recjuced rates for adopting a starting at 10 a.m. You can to and from work or in search of work in each year to individuals and families in need. senior pet. also register now on our web-
m/events.html, the Second Nassau County this holiday season. To make a donation of food, money or Sharlene is a truly distinc- site or at Second Chance, the
Chance Store (321-0022), C w rfh-w s time to the Barnabas Food Pantry, 11 South tive, and very affectionate, NHS Dog Park or Redbones.
Redbones Dog Bakery (321- qOp WiL pS 1llth St, Fernandina Beach, call 261-7000,
0020), or the NHS Dog Park The eighth annual Shop With Cops for ext. 107, or email maryann.blackall@barn-
(491-1511). Awards underprivileged children takes place Dec. abascenterinc'.org. STARS
announced after the parade. 12. Childrei ages 1-11 are selected by local A
Oelementary school counselors to participate NAMI Shoe party
Open house
pln ous in the Christmas shopping event at the Every Christmas Nassau NAMI hosts a Repo is a male 14-pound, 6-
Nassau Humane Society's island Walmart, where they are accompa- Christmas Shoe party for the residents of a year-old black and white Shih
Second Chance store, 312 S. nied by volunteer city police. local assisted living facility that houses Tzu with a great disposition.
Eighth St., will host an open Volunteers and contributors with caring adults with a chronic mental health diagno- He has been to Yappy Hour
house on Dec. 2 from noon to hearts make the program possible. Please sis. NAMI provides food, toiletries and and the farmers market and
5 p.m., with homemade make checks payable to Shop With Cops Velcro tennis shoes. has been great with any dog
Christmas treats as well as and mail to: City of Fernandina Beach The Velcro shoes are important because he has met. He does have a
eggnog, hot apple cider and Police Department, ATT: Police Chief Jim the residents are often hospitalized in an quite an underbite, but his
punch. Call 321-0022 for infor- Hurley, "Shop With Cops Program," 1525 effort to remain stable, and their shoelaces personality more than makes
mation. Lime St., Fernandina Beach, FL 32035-0668. are confiscated as a safety measure. The up for it!
Special tr For information contact volunteer pro- hospitals do not return the laces and the res- Save the Animals Rescue
Speca tOUrS gram chairman Don Monahan at shopwith- idents lack funds to replace them. Each year Society does not run a shelter.
Join Cats Angels for an or 277-2091. NAMI provides a pair of Velcro tennis shoes Animals are fostered by
introductory tour of its feline to each resident to eliminate the problem of STARS members until a suit-
family at Cats Angels Adoption idhper COUecCOfn missing laces and to ensure they have a able and caring home is
Center on South Eighth During the months of November and. comfortable and safe pair of shoes. found. STARS needs new fos-
Street. They welcome anyone December, St. Peter's Episcopal Church is There are 116 residents at the facility and ter homes in order to rescue
who is interested in seeing the designated as a collection place for dispos- the cost of the shoes has increased, more animals and increase
center or learning about differ- able diapers to be donated to Micah's Place. Donations to help fund the shoes are greatly adoptions.
ent type of volunteer opportu- Place donations in the large "gift wrapped" appreciated. Send them to Nassau NAMI, If you are interested in and fill out an
nities. Call Jan for information boxes in the back of the church and in the PO. Box 15816, Fernandina Beach, FL adopting a STARS dog, please adoption application. Thank
on days and times at 583-2870. church office, both located at 801 Atlantic 32035. Call 277-1886. visit our website at you.


Annual parade Holiday Bazaar Guatemalan crafts, woodwork-
ing, jewelry, quilts, baby gifts
SPECIAL EVENTS free and open to the public. (WOAMTEC) will hold a The 10th Annual The Retreat at Osprey and needle works. The event
luncheon on Dec. 12 from Christmas Parade will be Dec. Village, 74 Osprey Village is free and open to the public.
A OlNS 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the 8 at 6 p.m. with the theme "A Drive, will host a Holiday
Monta he Nassau Community Amelia National Golf and Christmas Night of Music and Bazaar on Dec. 1 from 10 a.m.- Holiday
The Amelia Island Players announce tryouts for Country Club, 95211 Lights." Applications may be 2 p.m. Shop for the holidays encampment
Montessori School will hold the upcoming production of Clubhouse Road, Fernandina picked up at the Northeast while supporting the local
its Annual Gala A Moonlight "Willy Wonka Jr." on Dec. 1 Beach. Cost is $15 and Florida Community Action community. The Fort Clinch State Park
Affair- on Dec. 1 at 6:30 p.m. from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the includes lunch. Agency office, 1303 Jasmine will hold a Union Holiday
at the Omni Amelia Island Fernandina Beach Middle WOAMTEC offers busi- St., Suite 100. Home our Encampment Dec. 1-2 as vol-
Plantation's Grand Pavilion, School Theater. Production ness-building opportunities For an email application The sixth annual Amelia unteers in Civil War-era cos-
Racquet Park. dates are Feb. 7-9, 14-16, where women can focus on contact Vernetta Spaulding, Island Museum of History tumes decorate the fort for
Everyone is invited to kick with a matinee on Feb. 10. keeping their priorities in 261-0801, ext. 202, or John Holiday Home Tour is Nov. 30 Christmas. Volunteers place
off the holiday season at this Judy Tipton will direct. All pro- order of faith, family and Gilbert Sr., 624-5383. All and Dec. 1. Tickets are $25 in fresh greenery on the mantle,
event filled with live music ceeds will benefit finance without feeling guilty entries welcome. Anyone advance and $30 on tour days. put up and decorate a period
featuring the band The Communities In Schools of about it. Contact Lisa Buben interested in helping with the Five private homes dating Christmas tree, and portray
Original Class Act. Cocktails Nassau County. at (734) 341-5507 or parade committee, contact back to the Victorian era will daily life as it was in the win-
and dinner will be served; live The auditions are open to Louryne Spaulding at 583- be open to the public from 10 ter of 1864. The ladies string
and silent auctions will offer the entire community and stu- B&GP Club la 3085 or LSpaul966947@ a.m. to 4 p.m. both days, berries and popcorn on the
options from local businesses dents from third to 12th G -gala dressed in their holiday finery tree while fires burn in the
as well as destinations to grade. Tryout sheets and The Boys and Girls Clubs n' by professional decorators fireplaces and soldiers answer
world-class properties. music sheets are in the of NassauCounty Wonde lie and florists, questions about what it is like
.Tickets are available at the FBMS front office.. Foundation will host its 6th Amelia Community Tour tickets are available to be stationed at Fort Clinch.
YMCA, Dog Star Tavern and Annual Benefit on Feb. 9, Theatre presents "It's A at the museum, 233 S. Third For details call 277-7274, or
Amelia Island Montessori Open house 2013. Guest speaker will be Wonderful Life" by James W. St.; the Visitor's Center (old visit www.floridastateparks.
School or by calling 261- Nassau Humane Society's Ruben Studdard, an Rodgers from the film by railroad depot), 102 Centre org/fortclinch.
6610. Second Chance store, 312 S. American R&B, pop and Frank Capra and story by St.; The Plantation Shop,
Eighth St., will host an open gospel singer who rose to Philip Van Doren Stern. This Palmetto Walk Shopping Parade forPaws
ADS qullt house on Dec. 2 from noon to fame as winner of the second is a heart-warming holiday Center, 4804 First Coast Hwy.; Nassau Humane Society
Sections of the interna- 5 p.m., with homemade season of American Idol and classic for the entire family Golf Club of Amelia, 4700 will host the 13th Annual
tionally celebrated AIDS Christmas treats as well as was nominated for a Grammy about George Bailey who, Amelia Island Pkwy.; Parade for Paws on Dec. 1 at
Memorial Quilt, the 54-ton eggnog, hot apple cider and in 2003 for Best Male R&B with the help of an angel, dis- Peterbrooke Chocolatier, 1427 the Old Railroad Depot in
handmade tapestry that punch. Come and shop, and Vocal Performance for covers what the world would Sadler Road; Harrison's downtown Fernandina Beach.
stands as a memorial to more donate your unwanted items, Superstar. be like if he had never been Mercantile, The Shops of Walk half a mile along Centre
than 94,000 individuals lost to and help give homeless ani- Studdard has released born. Amelia Island Plantation, 6800 Street, beginning and ending
AIDS, will be on display Dec. mals a second chance for five studio albums: Soulful; I Performances will be Nov. First Coast Hwy.; and Lindy's at the Old Railroad Depot.
1 at the Peck Center in happiness this Christmas. Need An Angel; The Return; 29-30 and Dec. 1, 6-8 and 13-15 Jewelry, 202 Centre St. Online Enjoy fun activities before and
Femandina'Beach and New Call 321-0022 for information. Love Is; and Letters from at 8 p.m. and Dec. 9 at 2 p.m. visit after the parade. Iate registra-
Vision Congregational Birmingham. An alumnus of The theater is located at 207 and click the "tickets" banner, tion begins at 10 a.m. and the
Church in Yulee. IStrlnentZOO the Boys and Girls Club, Cedar St., Fernandina BeacJh. For information about the parade begins at 11 a.m.
The event is hosted by The Instrument Zoo is Studdard has worked as a Tickets are $20 adult, $10 stu- tour, the holiday luncheon Registration fee is $10 per
Disabled American Veterans, seeking volunteer support. television actor in several dent and available online at both days at Joe's 2nd Street dog. Pre-register online at
Chapter 38, the Nassau The program sponsored by roles and has toured with www.ameliacommunitythe- Bistro and the new "Creating
County Health Department the Amelia Residents In Robin Givens in the comedy-, or through the box Christmas with Brett" work- m/events.html, the Second
and CREED. Attend a special Action for the Symphony drama "Heaven I Need a office at 261-6749, open shops at the museum, call Chance Store (321-0022),
ceremony on Dec. 1 at noon (ARIAS) takes 40 instruments Hug." In 2008, he accepted Thursday-Saturday from 11 261-7378. Redbones Dog Bakery (321-
at the Peck Center, 516 S. into the fourth grades in all the role of Fats Waller in a a.m.-1 p.m. and 90 minutes ACT or 0020), or the NHS Dog Park
10th St., where the quilt will Nassau Count schools, national stage tour of "Ain't before curtain. A Openlouse (491-1511). Awards
be on display until 4 p.m., The program is staffed by Misbehavin'." Look for the food collec- The ACT Guild has announced immediately after
then move to New Vision, volunteers on mornings in Gala details and reserva- tion box for the Barnabas planned a number of sparkling the parade.
9607 Chester Road, Yulee, January and February. tions are available at Food Pantry at each perform- events this season, including a firm
for display from 7-9 p.m. Organizers hope each.volun- or email ance. Patrons are invited to holiday open house Nov. 30 iStflaS
For information call Justin teer would give six mornings bring canned goods and other and Dec. 1 from 1-5:30 p.m. On Dec. 1, Fernandina
Bell at 415-5691. Visit aid- over the two months, but they N IN non-perishable items to View the theater lobby filled Beach Christian Academy will or call the national are negotiable. You do not ONGOING donate for those in need. with decorated trees, wreaths host its first annual Christmas
NAMES Project headquarters need to know how to play an' Gersi' rrer and gingerbread houses, then Extravaganza. Enjoy local cho-
at (404) 688-5500. instrument an all-you-need- WJrSComer Downtown take a complimentary tour of rus groups singing Christmas
ADS Dayban t to-know, hands-on workshop Gerri's Corner of Comfort, merchanlts the ACT complex to better carols, breakfast from Chik-
AIDSDaybanquet will be held in early January, a nonprofit resource center understand the creation of live Fil-A and fun activities, includ-
The Coalition for the To learn more, call for women with cancer,. The Historic Fernandina theater. ing visits with Santa and a
Reduction/Elimination of Barbara Zacheis, Instrument answers questions in a confi- Business Association is spon- A Santa Shop where parents and
Ethnic Disparities in Health Zoo coordinator, at 321-5639, dential setting, provides sup- soring a number of holiday AllUal craft fir kids can Christmas shop. The
(CREED), in partnership with or Rachel Smith, scheduler, port group information, events. The Sounds of The annual holiday craft event is at First Baptist
the Nassau County Health at 491-3829. brochures, reference materi- Christmas is Nov. 29. Carolers fair will be held Dec. 1 from 9 Church on South Eighth
Department, will host its T E als, a lending library and dressed in period clothing will a.m.-4 p.m. at the Atlantic Street from 9 a.nm. to noon.
annual World AIDS Day NEXT WEER more through trained volun- fill the air with the sights and Avenue Recreation Center in
Banquet on Dec. 8 from 6-9 ake re t teers. It offers stylish head sounds of a Victorian Fernandina Beach. See the Monte O ga
p.m. at St. Peter's Episcopal Pancakeb acoverings, hairpieces, sleep Christmas. Sweet Treats is works of Billie McCray (aka The Amelia Island
Church, 801 Atlantic Ave. The The Amelia Island Parent caps, chemo bags with Dec. 6. Enjoy snacks while the "Bird Lady") including her Montessori School will hold
international theme for 2012 Co-Operative Preschool will necessities and comfort pil- looking for that present that is birds, pin cushions, baskets, its Annual Gala A Moonlight
WorldAIDS'Day is: "Getting hostits, annual Pancake lows free ofcharge. Open sure to please. Dec. 13 is quilts, dolls and.ornaments Affair:- on:Dec.:lat 6:30 p.m.
to Zero: Through prevention Breakfast/Silent Auction at Monday-Friday from noon to Gentlemen's Night on the and many other vendors sell-
and treatment we can Applebee's in Fernandina 4 p.m. in Maxwell Hall at Town. Shops will have ing Christmas decorations, HOLIDAY Continued or 10B
achieve Zero new HIV infec- Beach on Dec. 8 from 8-10 Memorial United Methodist refreshments and assistance
tions, Zero discrimination, a.m. All proceeds will go to Church on North Sixth Street, available for picking out the O Rl
and Zero AIDS related benefit the nonprofit co-op downtown Fernandina perfect gift.Dec. 20 is 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 510 I i
deaths." preschool. Tickets are 6 each Beach. Call 277-0099. Desperate Discounts, for last- 1
The keynote speaker is for the pancake breakfast and minute shoppers. 13 14 1
the Rev. Ronald A. Hersom, are available at the door or by Fathl.Encounters p
Unitarian Universalist Church calling the school at 261- Faithlink Encounters, A n1 1
of Jacksonville. Toastmaster 1161. View some of the au'c- Biblical View of Current SOLUTIOR NOV.21 9 20 21 22
will be Derrick "Detour" tion items on the Facebook Events, are weekly open dis-
Odom, Action News traffic page under Amelia Island cussions about issues/events 23 I 2
anchor. The featured guest Parent Co-Operative in our community, state, V O W EL Rl E V B E D S
choir is the H. Alvin Green Preschool. nation and world. L I V I TR0 25 26 27 30
Memorial Alumni Chorale Groups meet at 6:15 p.m. ToPcHE F DU G GARRS 36 37 38 39
under the direction of Patricia Strides or Education at The Partin Center (601 E. T I vI I AR 4 --
Black. On Dec. 8 Take Stock in Centre St., white house next Y IARH 40 421
Tickets are a $30 dona- Children/Nassau will hold a to the church) and O'Kanes RHA E POJ 0T H R A M A
tion, Contact Jennett Wilson- "Strides for Education" 5K Pub (Centre Street -.ask for oclO E MARC
Baker at 556-3363; John Run/Beach Walk on Memorial's group). DIT N ODOR LIY 48 5049 5 51. 52
D'Agnes at 261-6044; Dr. Femandina'S Main Beach. For information contact I DUAL S 3 D5-
William H.A. Colins at (904) The goal is to register 250 Pastor Hollie at hollie@ A M H I C E A LS 53 54
662-7015; Betty Wilson at runners and walkers and to All are wel- Y I N 0 DG H OS .T 5 5 5 60
261-5100; Lena Gurley at raise $10,000 for the Take come. SORE GOO I0GH T
491-8915; or Starleatha Stock in Children/Nassau 64 65 66 67
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favorites. In addition to wood- Amelia Trace Court, presents ----ACROSS 48. Tapeworm e.g.
winds and brass they need the Smart Exhibit from 2-4 1. Raised on a farm, 50. Solemn promise 22. Ooh and
folks who can shake a sleigh p.m. Dec. 2. On display until 4 9 6 1 p. 52. Lt.'s subordinate 24. Of which
bell, roll on a cymbal and Dec. 14, the exhibit will fea- 6. Former refrigerant 53. Irk 25. Outer space
make the chimes sing. ture artwork by students in 7 13 Dickens' abbr. 26. Third country to
Interested? Email info@nas- kindergarten through eighth Heep 57. *Atlantis' deposit independently or grade. Complimentary 14. Uncle Sam want- 60. *It was recently send pergon to
like them on Facebook. refreshments will be served 9 6 4 2 ed this retired space
at the opening. Judge is 15. Needed for serv- 64. Iraqi money 27. To the point
t t Anrdre Lasserre, and the win- ice 65. Make lacework 29. Swim, swam,
The Waterwheel Art ners will receive art lessons. 2 16. Laundromat set- by knotting
Gallery will host an opening Six winners will be chosen. ting 67. Traffic stopper 31. *USS Enterprise
reception for a new exhibit For information call 321- 3 6 1 4 17 Interet rate Gree the day Captain
featuring Shawn Meharg on 0898. 018. order of 69. the Beloved 32. Absurd
featuring Shawn Meharg on 0898. classical architec- Country" 33. Prod or incite
Nov. 29 from 4-7 p.m. at 819 ture 70. Serengeti grazer 34. He in
S. Eighth St. in Pelican Palms Newomers coffee 8 5 19amouscosmo- 7. "All Serengeti grar 34. He ac in
Centre, Fernandina Beach. The Newcomers Club of naut 72. Witch's work 36. Port in Yemen
Meharg worked in the Amelia Island will host its 5 1 8 21. *Space filler 73. Clans or tribes 38. *Rover launcher
entertainment industry as a monthly coffee on Dec. 11 at | l7 I. 0 23. Jack-in-the-Box 42. Gate holder
scenic artist and designer for 10:30 a.m. (due to the holi- restraint DOWN 45. Sound quality
15 years. He co-owned and days the date has been 25. Columbus Day 2. Diva's solo 51. Of Lords and of
operated a successful scenic changed to a Tuesday, for Fill in the squares so 4 2 5 8 7 6 3 9 1 mo. 3. *Satum's environs, Commons
art business, which he sold in December only). All women 28. Drop a line sing. 54. Bring back
2001, allowing him to focus who reside in Nassau County that each row.column 6 8 1 9 5 3 2 7 4 30. More hokey 4. Like sound of 56. Tuming token
on fine art. Accordingly, his (no matter how long they and 3-by-3 box 7 3 9 4 1 2 5 8 6 357. Moon of atumrn pinched nose taker
work shows a diversity of have lived here) are welcome 37. "Frat Pack" mem- 5. Mohammed's 57. Add to payroll
style and subject, all involving to attend. For information Contain the numbers 5 6 8 1 9 4 7 2 3 ber descendant 58. U in "Law &
the reflection and absorption contact Lulu Elliott at luluel- 1 through 9. Solution - 3 5 6 39. Bum slightly 6. Greenish blue Order: SVU"
of light by forms both real and or 548- 1 9 2 7 3 5 6 4 8 40. Charlier" 7. Dandy 59. Low pitch
imagined. His newest series 9807; or visit http://newcom- 3 ll4 7 6 2 8 9 1 5 41. Wall ainting 9. Holierthan who? Roban to"
comprises a collection of Friday B-section. 43. Firststoponthe 10. Hokkaido native 61. Links hazard
fresh and dynamic abstract 2 7 6 5 4 1 8 3 9 43. Firststop on the 10. Hokkaido native 61. Links hazard
fresh and dynamc abstract Women -- way to riches? 11. It often precedes 62. Fast time
works that are a masterful Women eIEt' Friday, November 23 9 5 4 3 8 7 1 6 2 44. A picture within a "proper" 63. Means justifiers
combination of color, texture, Women on a Mission to Solution picture 12. And so on 64. Pat
and layers. The reception is Earn a Commission 8 1 3 2 6 9 4 5 7 46. Phoenix neighbor 15. Pervertedly 66._you sure?


HOLIDAY Continuedfrm 9B Star ornaments includes service chaige. For erence contact Jane Preston at holiday stories at Fernandina p.m. only. This event is spon-
reservations call 277-1100. Little Theatre's presentation sored by the Friends of the
at the Omni Amelia Island Recycle all those political of "The Christmas Carols." Fernandina Beach Branch
Plantation's Grand Pavilion, mailers make a holiday star. FeStival Of IeS ChristnTIs Glow Director and historian Ron Library
SRacquet Paik. Enjoy a'relaxing productive Amelia Community The Annual Christmas Kurtz reprises his popular u fe
Everyone is invited to kick day making star ornaments, Theatre Guild will hold its Glow sponsored by the reading of Charles Dickens' ee f al
off the holiday season at this books and albums in this one- first annual "Holly Festival of Woman's Club of Fernandina The Christmas Carol, and an The Yulee Holiday Festival
event filled with live music day workshop on Dec. 1 from Trees Gala" on Dec. 2 from 6- Beach will be held on Dec. 7 ensemble of talented actors will kick off with the Yulee
featuring the band The 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at the Art 9 p.m. at-ACT, 207 Cedar St. from 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the introduces a one-of-a-kind Holiday Festival Parade Dec.
Oiiginal Class Act. Cocktails Education Center, 18 N. Enjoy a fun evening of deli- Woman's Club Clubhouse at hilarious interpretation of the 8 starting at 10 a.m. The
and dinner will be served; live Second St. all materials pro- cious food, wine, live musical 201 Jean Lafitte Blvd. (behind classic carol, Good King theme this year is "A Retro
and silent auctions will offer vided. This is a great work- entertainment and a chance to Atlantic Avenue Recreation Wenceslas. Rock'n Christmas," with
options from local businesses shop for teachers, librarians, bid on creatively decorated Center). Just follow the lumi- Performances are Dec. 8, prizes awarded in a variety of
as well as destinations to scrapbookers and anyoine Christmas trees, wreaths, gin- naries to the clubhouse. 14 and 15 at 7:30 p.m. and categories. Unique vehicles,
world-class properties. looking for a way to make gerbread houses and other There will be face painting, Dec. 9 and 16 at 2:30 p.m. at marching bands, motorized
Tickets are available at the inexpensive, handmade auction items. Tickets are $70 entertainment and visits with FLT, 1014 Beech St. Tickets floats, animal units and
YMCA, Dog Star Tavern and Christmas gifts or decora- per person. Reservations can Santa. Chili, hot dogs, chips are $10 and available at The marching units are welcome.
Amelia Island Montessori tions. For information call be made online by going to and colas will be served for a UPS Store in the island Publix Deadline is Dec. 1.
School or by calling 261-6610. Eliza Holliday at 556-2517 or www.ameliacommunitythe- fee. Cookies and punch will be shopping center. FLT is a The festival committee also
email her at and selecting "act free. This is the Woman's small, intimate space, and is seeking arts and crafts ven-
Callahan parade store" or by contacting Shelia Club's gift to the community, patrons are encouraged to dors for the festival Dec. 8
The Callahan Christmas r _L at, or Please come and bring a purchase tickets in advance to from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the
Parade will be held Dec. 1 at StOryDOOK tea call 261-6749 and leave a mes- friend. All ages are invited, guarantee availability. Yulee Sports Complex on
11 a.m. with the theme "An A Ritz-Carlton treasured sage. Your call will be return For information call 415-1283 Goodbread Road.
Old Fashioned Christmas" tradition for children of all to confirm your payment and or 707-5136. Polar ExprT SS For parade and vendor
and featuring the Shriners. In ages, Santa's Storybook Tea reservation. Han On Saturday, Dec. 8 from applications or information,
conjunction with the parade, begins with a holiday buffet Hainukka party 1-4 p.m. enjoy family holiday contact Connie Daughtry at
the chamber is sponsoring an featuring tea sandwiches and Lig t up a The Jewish Community of fun at the Fernandina Beach (904) 845-3264 or visit
Arts & Craft Show and food pastry selections. Children The Grand Pavilion at Amelia Island/Nassau will bi-anch'library. http://yuleehf.
vendors in the VyStar parkihg are invited to meet Santa and Omni Amelia Island hokl a Hanukkah party on Seasonal stories will be yulee-holiday-festival.
lot from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Parade Mrs. Claus to share Plantation's Racquet Park is Dec. 8 at a private home. read aloud by guest readers
entry fee is $45. Food/craft Christmas wishes and capture the site for Light up a Life, a Meet and greet is at 6:30 pm and children will have the Snlor dinner
booth fee is $35. Paiade win- the moment with a keepsake benefit for Take Stock in and the lighting of the opportunity to create a holi- Southeastern Bank in
ners and best-decorated busi- picture. The tea concludes Children in Nassau Coudty, Hanukkah candles at 7 p.m., day craft. Yulee will host its Annual
ness winners will be with Santa reading the classic from 6-9 p.m. Dec. 6. with dinner to follow. Special guests, the Song Senior Christmas dinner from
announced following the Christmas tale of A Night Tickets are $75 for this Donation is $10 per person or Spinners Choral Group, will 5-7 p:m. Dec 8 at the
parade.. Before Christmas. evening complete with fine $20 per family. For more infor- entertain with holiday songs. Carpenter's House on US 17
Contact the Greater Santa's Storybook Tea is food, wine, a cash bar, music mation or to RSVP, contact Santa has been invited to in Yulee. Pick up tickets
Nassau County Chamber of offered Saturdays, Dec. 1, 8, and-a silent auction. Tickets Debbie Price at 310-6060 or attend, so bring your cameras.. .through Dec. 6 at
Commerce; 45383 Dixie Ave., 15 and 22, at noon in the may be purchased at The Get your free ticket to ride Southeastern Bank in Yufee.
Callahan, at (904) 879-1441 or Lobby Lounge at The Ritz- News-Leader, Harrison's The Reading Polar Express Age 60 and up is free; under
Info@greaternassaucountyco Carlton, Amelia Island. Price Mercantile, Amelia Island FLT UriS aS Trolley at the Fernandina 60 is $5 per ticket. For infor-
m, or visit Greaternassau is $49 per person, ages 6 and Club or online at takestock- Experience a fresh, Beach branch. Trolley tickets mation contact the bank at up, $10 per child, ages 2-5, For seating pref- approach to two traditional are valid for Dec. 8 from 1-4 225-9313.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION Parcel Number: 03-2N-24-0000- shall beredeemed according THROUGH, UNDER, AND thus described continue North is,76347VeteronsWayYulee, FL Ing an interest by, through, N/K/A JOHN DOE REFUSED
FORTAX DEED 0001-0060 tolow, the propertydescribed AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN- 03 degrees 36 minutes 14 sec- 32097. The names dnd through, under and against NAME N/K/A JOHN DOE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Year of Issuance: 2010 in such certificate or certifi- DANTSTHE UNKNOWN HEIRS. onds East a distance of 268.12 addresses of the personal rep- the defendants, who are not REFUSED NAME; WELLS FARGO
FIRST COAST INC. Description of Property: PT OR cates will be sold to the DEVISEES; GRANTEES, ASSIGN- feet; thence'South 86 degrees resentotive and the personal known to be dead or alive, BANK N:A.; CAUCO WOODS
The holder of the following 843/29 Highest Bidder at the MAIN EES, CREDITORS, UENORS, AND 03 minutes 52 seconds East a representative's attorney are and oll parties having or claim- HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
certificate(s)hasfiledsaidcer- Assessed To: JIMMY R.SHAFFER ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU.' TRUSTEES OF NORA STAINES, distance of .165.89 feet; set forth below. Ing to have any right title or INC.; TENANT #1 N/K/A TERRY
tificate(s)forataxdeedtobe Alloftheabove propertyis COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, DECEASED AND ALL OTHER thence South 03 degrees 36 All creditors of the dece- interest in the property SMITH N/K/A TERRY SMITH
issued thereon.The certificate located in Nassau County. In 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE. PERSONS CLAIMING BY, minutes 14secondsWest dis- dentandother personshaving described in the mortgage N/K/A TERRY SMITH N/K/A
number(s) and year of the State of Florida. FL, on the 18th day of THROUGH; UNDER, AND tance of 266.72 feet; thence claims or demands against -being foreclosed herein TERRY SMITH N/K/A TERRY
issuance, the description of Unless such certificate(s) December, 2012, between the AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN- continue North 86 degrees 32 decedent's estate on whom a YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an SMITH N/K/A TERRY SMITH
the property and the name(s) shall be redeemed according hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 DANTS, MALVINA ASHCRAFT. IF minutes49 rinutes West a dis- copy of this notice Is required action to foreclose a mort- N/K/ATERRY SMITH andTenant
in which It is assessed are as to law, th property descrjbed p.m.The Clerkof Court'sOffice LIVING, BUT IF DECEASED, THE tance of 165.88 feet to the to be served must file their gage or the following prop- #2 N/K/A FRANCIS JACKSON
follows: In such certificate or certifi- Policy Is to hold the sgle at UNKNOWN HEIRS DEVISEES. Point of Beginning. The claims with this Court WITHIN erty n Nassau County, Florida: N/K/A FRANCIS JACKSON
File Number: 2012-044-TD cates will be the 11:3 a.m. GRANTEESASSIGNEES, CREDI- Northerly 30.0feet of the fore- 'THE LATEROF 3 MONTHSAFTER LOT 6, SPANISH OAKS, UNIT N/K/A FRANCIS JACKSON
Certificate Number: 3366 Highest Bidder at the MAIN JOHN A.CRAWFORD TORS, UENORS, AND TRUSTEES gone described lands is sub- THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLI- 1A, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT N/K/A -FRANCIS JACKSON
Year of Issuance: 2010 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, RHODA GOODWIN, PERSONS CLAIMING BY, 2t 11-21-28-2012 VICE OF A COPY OF THIS OF THE PUBUC RECORDS OF the Defendants, The Clerk of
Descrlptlonof Property:TRACT FL, on the 11th day of DEPUTY CLERK THROUGH, UNDER, AND 0990 NOTICE ON THEM. NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA the Court will sell to the high-
B PT OR 1339/1465THE ISLANDS December 2012, between the If you are a person with dis- AGAINST THE NAMED DEFEN- ---Al other creditors of the This property Is located at estand best bldderfor cash at
CLUB SUB PB 4/106 hours of 11:00 a.m and 2:00 abllitywho needs any accom- DANT, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE NOTICE OF INTENT TO USE decedent and other persons the Street address of: 97096 NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX,
Assessed To: ISLANDS CLUB p.m.TheClerk ofCourt'sOffice modation in order to porticl- OF JAMES'S. BRANTLEY, VIN- UNIFORM METHOD OF having claims or demands. Mill Pond Lane, Fernandlna 76347 VETERAN'S WAY,YULEE,
AMEUA LLC Policy is to hold the sale at pate in this proceeding, you CENT SCOTT ASHCRAFT, COLLECTING NON-AD 'against decedent's estate Beach, Florida 32034 FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the
All of the above property is 11:30 a.m. are entitled, at no costto you, Def-endants. VALOREM ASSESSMENTS must file their claims with this has been filed against you 3rd day of January, 2013, the
located in Nassau County In JOHN A. CRAWFORD to the provision of certain assis- NOTICE OF SALE The Board of County court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER and you are required to serve following described property
the State of Florida. .NASSAU COUNTY tance. Please contact the NCTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Commissioners. of Nassau THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBU- a copy of your.wrtten defens- as set forth In said Final
Unless such certlficate(s) CLERK OF COURT ADA Coordinator at(904)548- THAT, pursuant to Plaintiff's Final County, Florida (the "Board") CATION OF THIS NOTICE. es on or before December 21, Judgment:
shall be redeemed according RHODA GOODWIN, 4600 press 0, at least 7 days Summary Judgment of hereby provides notice, pur- ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH- 2012 a date which Is 30 days LOT 19, CAUCOWOODS,AS
to law,the property described DEPUTY CLERK before your scheduled court Foreclosure entered in the suant to Section 197.3632 IN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH afterthefirst publication.f any, PER PLATTHEREOF, RECORDED
in such certificate or certifi- If you area person with dis- appearance, or immediately above-captioned'action,lwlll (3)(o), Florida Statutes, of its IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE on Elizabeth R.Wellborn, PA., IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 374,
cates will be sold to the abilitywho eedsanyaccom- upon receiving this notifica- sell the property situated In Intent to use the uniform FLORIDAPROBATECODEWILL Plaintiff's attorney, whose 375,376,AND377,OFTHECUR-
Highest Bidder at the MAIN modatlon In order to partici- tion if the time before the Nassau County, Florida, method of collecting non-ad BE FOREVER BARRED. address is 350 Jim Moran Blvd., RENT PUBLIC RECORDS. OF
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU pate in this proceeding; you scheduled appearance is less described as follows, to-wit: valorem. special assessments NOTWITHSTANDINGTHETIME Suite 100, Deerfield Beach, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, are entitled, at no cost to you, than 7 days; f you are hearing SEE EXHIBIT"A", TOGETHER to be levied within the Incor- PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, Florida 33442, and file the orig- A/K/A 9438 FORD ROAD,
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, tothe provison of certainassis- or voice impaired, call 711. 'WITH THAT CERTAIN 1982,60X porated and the unlncorpo- ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) Inal with this Court either BRYCEVILLE..FL 32009
FL on the 11th day of tance. Please contact the 4t 11-14-21-28-2012 14 HARTFORD MOBILE HOME, rated areas of the County YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE before service on Plaintiff's Any person claiming an
December, 2012, between the ADA Coordinator ot (904) 548- & 12-05-2012" SERIAL NO. N81797. which may be provided for, DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH attorney, or immedlateiy there- interest in the surplus from the
hours'of 11:00-a.m.'and'2:00 46'E tOr"dtss s'6 dayeS'7- s 10'3d 'Co a ommonlyV. known as: 19293 including but not lmited to: IS BARRED." after: othl4,, '6ft olt will soale, if .y ithe' t te
litmThe Clerk of Court's Office b~efre'"yojr schdulJ8 F --'ou---- Ashcraf Ldne, Hilliord, Florida (I) beach renourishment and 'The date of the first publi- be enteredddgdibsfyut for the property owner as of tihedate to hold the sale at appearance, or immediately NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE 32046, erosion control; (Ii).rood con- cation of this notice is relief demanded In the of the Us Pendens must file a
11:30 a.m. upon receiving this notifica- BILL'STOWING gives Notice a public sole, to the high- struction/road resurfacing, November 21st, 2012. Complaint or petition, claim within sixty (60) days
JOHNA.CRAWFORD tion if the time before the of Foreclosure of Lien and est and best bidder,forcashat regional, community and Attorney for Personal. This Notice shall b'e db-
NASSAU COUNTY scheduled appearance Is less intent to sell these'vehicles on the front of the Nassau County neighborhood park improve- Representative: lished once a week for two WITNESS MY HAND and the
CLERK OF COURT ihan7days; if you re hearring 12/10/2012, 8:30 am at 425 S Courthouse, 76347 Veterans ments, beautification and Katherine B.Schnouss Nougle consecutive weeks in the The sealof thisCourton November
RHODA GOODWIN, or voice impaired, call 711. 8TH ST FERNANDINA, FL 32034- Way, Yulee, Florida 32097, at maintenance of rights-of-way, Attorney for Paul Paxton News Leader. 8h, 2012.
DEPUTY CLERK 4t 11-07-14-21-28-2012 3609, pursuant to subsection 11:30 AM (ES1), on the 17th day subdivision wall construction Florida Bar Number 514381 WITNESS my hand and seal John A. Crawford
If you are'a person with dis- 1014 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. of December, 2012, and maintenance, subdivision NAUGLE & SMITH PL of the court on November Clerk of the Circuit Court
abilty who needs any accom- -- BILL'S TOWING reserves the Ifyouareasubordinatelien entranceway construction 810 Margaret Street 13th, 2012. By:/s/Tracy Poore
modation In order to partici- NOTICE OF APPLICATION right to accept or reject any holder claiming a .right to and maintenance, street light- Jacksonville, FL 32204 JOHN A. CRAWFORD Deputy Clerk
pate in this proceeding, you FOR TAX DEED and/or all bids. funds remaining after the sale, Ing and sidewalks; mainte- Telephone: (904) 366-2703 CLERK OF COURT See Americans with
are entitled, at no costto you, NOTICE.IS HEREBY GIVEN that IGKEC13ZX4R115885 you must file a claim with the nance costs for road Improve- Fax: (904) 366-3704 By: /s/ Arlelle Wllson Disabilities Act'
to the provision of certain assis- CAMS DEMOLITION & 2004 GENERAL MOTORS CORP Clerk of Court no later than ments; ((II) water and E-Mail: Deputy Clerk If you are a person with a dis-
tance. Please contact the, DISPOSAL INC 1J4FT28SXSL577827 1995 JEEP 60 days afterthe sle. If you fail wastewater facilities improve- IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ability who needs any accom-
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- The holder of the following 1N6SD11 S4VC394754 to file a claim, you will not be ments; (Iv) solid waste dispos- Secondary E-Moll: AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES modatlon in order to particl-
4600 press 0, at least 7 days certficate(s) hasfiled said cer- 1997 NISSAN entitled to any Ismainlng al services; (v)fire/rescue; and ACT, if you are a person with a pate in this proceeding, you
before your scheduled court tificate(s) for a tax deed to be 3VWSE69M65M069800 funds. (vi) mosquito control services, Personal Representative disability who needs any are entitled, at no costto you,
appearance, or Immediately issued thereon.The certificate 2005 VOLKSWAGEN Notice to Persons With (vii) recreation services and Paul Paxton accommodation in order to to the provision of certaln assis-
upon receiving this notlflca- number(s) and year of It11-28-2012 Disabilities: If you are a person facilities; and (viii) stormwater 1159 Scotten Rd access court facilities or par- tance please contact the cir-
tlon If the time before the issuance, the description of 1049 with a disability who needs management, to property Jacksonville, Florida 32205 ticipate In a court proceed- cult court at (904) 321-6709.
scheduled appearance Is less the property, and the name(s) ...... any accommodation in order within the incorporated and 2t 11-21-28-2012 ing,you are entitled, at no cost 2t 11-21-28-2012
than 7 days; f yoo are hearing In which It is assessed are as NOTICE OF APPLICATION to participate In this proceed- unlncorporated .reas of the 1045 to you, to provision of certain 1044
or voice Impaired, call 711. follows: FOR TAX DEED ing, you are enttled, at no cost County commencing for the --.- assistance. Please contact the ----
4t 11-07-14-21-28-2012 File Number: 2012-050-TD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that to you, to the provision of cer- Fiscal Year beginning on IN THE CIRCUIT COURT ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
1012 Certificate Nurber: 1034 CAMS DEMOLITION & DISPOS- tain ass stance. Please con- October 1, 2013. The Board OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL 4600, press 0, at least 7 days CONSIDER
------- Parcel Number: AL INC tact the Court Administrator's will consider the adoption of a CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA, before your scheduled court ENACTMENT OF ORDINANCE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION 51-2N-25-4240-0012-0000 The holder:of the following office not later than seven resolution electing to use the IN AND FOR NASSAU appearance, or Immediately NOTICE is hereby given that
FOR TAX DEED Year of Issuance: 2009 certficate(s) has filed said cer- days prior to the' proceeding, uniform method of collecting COUNTY, FLORIDA uppn receiving this notlfica- the Board of County Commis-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Description of Property: LOTS tificate(s for a tax deed to be Clerk of Circuit Court such assessments authorized CIVIL DIVISION tion if, the time before the sloners of Nassau County,
FIRST COAST INC 12 & 13 IN OR 63/312 & OR issued thereonThe certificate JOHN A.CRAWFORD by Section 197.3632. Florida CASE #: 45-2012-CA-000506 schedule appearance Is less Florida, at a Regular meeting
The holder of the following 88/114ARTHURJONESSURVEY number(s) and year of By: /s/ Sue Powell Statutes,ata publichearlngto DIVISION: than 7 days: if you are hearing to be held on Monday, the
certificate(s) hasfiled sold cer- OR75/281 issuance, the descriptlan of Deputy Clerk be held at 7:00 PM, December ONE WEST BANK, ES.B. or voice Impaired, call 711. 10thdayof December,2012at
tiflcate(s)fora tax deed to be Assessed To: DAISY NELSON EST the property, and the'name(s) EXHIBIT A" 10, 2012, at the Commission Plaintiff, 2t 11-21-28-2012 7:00 PM. at the Commission
issued thereon.The certificate All of theabove property is In which it is assessed ore as A portion of the Southwest Chambers, James S. Page vs. 1046 Chambers, located In the
number(s) and year of located In Nassau County, in follows: one-quarter of Section 27, Governmental Complex, THE UNKNOWN HEIRS,DEVIS- James S. Page Governmental
issuance, the description of the State of Florida. File Number: 2012-047-TD Township 2 North, Range 23 96135 Nassau Place, Yulee, EES, GRANTEES, ASSIGNEES, BOARD OF COUNTY Complex, 96135 Nassau Place,
the property, and the name(s) Unless such certificate(s) Certificate Number: 1036 East, Nassau County, Florida, Florida. Such resolution will LENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES COMMISSIONERS Yulee, Florida, Intends to con-
In which It's assessed are as shall be redeemed according Parcel Number: being also a portion of the statethe need forthe levy and AND ALL OTHER PARTIES NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA slderforadoptienthefollowing
follows: to law,the aroperty described 12-3N-25-0000-0001-0010 lands described 'In deed will contain a legal descrlp- CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, INVITATION TO BID (ITB) proposed ordinance:
File Number: 2012-045-TD in such certificate or certifi- Year of Issuance: 2009 recorded in fhe Public Records tlon of the boundaries of the THROUGH, UNDER ORAGAINST NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ORDINANCE NO. 2012-,.
Certificate Number: 3365 1 cates will be sold to the Description odf Property: of the aforesaid County, in real property subject to the THE ESTATE OF MARINA CON- that the Board of County AN ORDINANCE OF THE
Parcel Number: 00-00-31-142A- Highest Bidder at the MAIN PTOFLOT 6 IN OR534 PG814 Official Records Book 713, levy. Copies of the proposed RAD, DECEASED; JACK MAR- Commissioners of Nassau BOARD OF COUNTY COMMIS-
000A-0000 ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU AssessedTo: Page 1486, of the Public form of Resolution, which con- SHALL CONRAD; SPANISH County Florida Invites sealed SIONERS OF NASSAU COUNTY,
Year of Issuance: 2010 COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, BROWARD ALBERTIE EST Records of said County. tains the legal description of OAKSOWNERSASSOCIATION, bidsfor: FLORIDA AMENDING ORDI-
Description of Property: TRACT 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, All of the above property is Saold portion being more the real proderty subject to INC.; UNITED STATES OF AMER- DISPOSAL OF COUNTY GEN- NANCE NO. 97-14,ASAMEND-
A PT OR 1339/1466 THE FL, on the 18th day of located in Nassau County, in particularly described as fol- the levy, is on file at the office 'ICA, ACTING ON BEHALF OF ERATEDYARD/LAND CLEAR- ED, REGULATING AND PRO-
ISLANDS CLUB SUB PB 4/106 December, 2012 between the the State of Florida. lows: For a point of reference, of the Ex-Officio Clerk of THE SECRETARY OF HOUSING ING WASTE AND CONSTRUC- VIDING FOR PERMITS FOR THE
Assessed To: ISLANDS CLUB hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 Unless such certificate(s) commence at a concrete Nassau County, Florida, 76347 AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT; TION/DEMOUTION DEBRIS UTILIZATION OF COUNTY
AMEUA LLC p.m.The Clerk of Court's Office shll beredeemed according monument located for the. Veterans Way,Yulee. Florida UNKNOWN TENANTS #1;.UN- BID NUMBER NC12-020 RIGHTS-OF-WAY;SPECIFICALLY
All of the above property is Policy is to hold the sale at to law,the property described Southwest corner of Section 32097. KNOWN TENANTS #2; ALL For detailed information AMENDING SECTION 5, USES
located in Nassau County in 11:30 o.m. in such certificate or certifi- 27 aforementioned and run All interested persons oare OTHER. UNKNOWN PARTIES regarding the bid due date FOR WHICH PERMITS SHALL
the State of Florida. JOHN A.CRAWFORD cates will be sold to the South 89 degrees 03 minutes Invited to be'present and be CLAIMING INTERESTS BY, and bid requirements for this NOTBE ISSUED; PROVIDING AN
Unless such certificate(s) NASSAU COUNTY Hjghest Bidder at the MAIN 30 seconds East along the heard. If a person decides to THROUGH, UNDER AND ITB, please visit the Nassau EFFECTIVE DATE.
shall be redeemed according CLERK OF COURT ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU Southerly line of said Section, appeal any decision made by AGAINST A NAMED DEFEN- County's webslte at Copies of the Ordinance
to law,the propertydescribed RHODA GOODWIN, COUNTY JUDICIAl' ANNEX, a distance of 2,026.73 feet; the Board, agency or com- DANT(S) WHO ARE NOT are'" available at the Clerk's
in such certificate or certifi- DEPUTYCLERK 76347 VETERANS WAY YULEE, thence North,03 degrees 36 mission, with respect to any KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR AULE, m or contact the Contract Office at the Judicial Annex,
cates will be sold to the If you are a person with FL on the 18th day of mlrutes14secondsEastadis- matter considered at such WHETHER SAME UNKNOWN Management Department at located at 76347 Veterans
Highest Bidder at the MAIN disability who needs any December,2012, betweenthe tance of 385.21 feet to the meeting orhearing, he/shewill PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER- 904-491-7377. Bid Information Way, Yulee, Florida, Monday
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU accommodation in order to hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2.00 Point df Beginning. From the need a record of the pro- EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, Is also available at http://www. through Friday, 8:30 a.m.
COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, participate n thisproceeding, p.m.TheClerkofCourt'sOffice Point of beginning thus ceedings, and that, for such DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OROTH-. through 5:00 p.m., except legal
76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, you are entitled, at no cost to Policy is to hold the sale at descr ibed continue North 03 purpose, may need to ensure ERS CLAIMANTS ATTEST: holidays.
FL on the 11th day of you, totheprovisionofcertain 11:30o.m. degrees 36 minutes 14 sec- thot a verbatim record of the Defendant(s). JOHNA.CRAWFORD THEPUBUCISINVITEDTOBE
December, 2012, between the assistance. Please cdntact the JOHN A. CRAWFORD onds Eastp distance of 268.12 proceedings is made which NOTICE OF ACTION EX-OFFICIO CLERK PRESENT AND BE HEARD. IF A
hours of 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- NASSAU COUNTY feet; thence South 86degrees record Includes the evidence THE UNKNOWN HEIRS, DANIEL B. LEEPER PERSON DECIDES TO APPEAL
p.m.The Clerkof Court's Office 4600 press 0, at least 7 days CLERK OF COURT 03 minutes 52 seconds East a and testimony upon which the DEVISEES, GRANTEES, ASSIGN- CHAIR ANY DECISION MADE BY THE
Policy Is to hold the sole at before yoJr scheduled court RHODA GOODWIN, distance of 165,89 feet; appeal isto be based. EES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, BOARD OF COUNTY BOARD, AGENCY OR COM-
11:30a.m. appearance, or Immediately DEPUTY CLERK thence South 03 degrees 36 In accordance with the TRUSTEESANDALLOTHER PAR- COMMISSIONERS MISSION WITH RESPECTTOANY
JOHN A. ORAWFORD upon receiving this notifi- If you are a person with dis- minutes 14 secondsWesta dis- Americans With Disabilities Act TIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST BY, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA MATTER CONSIDERED AT SUCH
NASSAU COUNTY cation if the time before the abilty who needs any cccm- tonce of 266.72 feet; thence persons needing a special THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST' It 11-28-2012 MEETING OR HEARING, HE OR
CLERK OF COURT scheduled appearance is less modation in order to partic,- continue. North 86 degrees 32 accommodation in order to THE ESTATE OF MARINA CON- -1060 SHE WILL NEED A RECORD OF
RHODA GOODWIN, than 7 days; if you are hearing pate in this proceeding, you minutes -9 minutesWest a dis- partlcipate in this proceeding RAD, DECEASED .-..- THE PROCEEDINGS.AND THAT,
DEPUTY CLERK or voice impaired, coll 711, ore entitlea, ot no costto you, tonce of 165.88 feet to the should Contact the Office of whose residence is IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOR SUCH PURPOSE, HE OR
If you are a person with dis- 4t 11-14-21-28-2012 to the provision of certin ossis- Point of Beginnng. The the Ex-Officio Clerk at (904) unknown If he/she/they be liv- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT SHEMAYNEEDTOENSUREITHAT
abiltywhoneedsanyaccom- & 12-05-2012 taonce. Pleose contact the Northerly 30.0 feet of the fore- 548-4660 or Florida Relay ing; and if he/she/they be IN AND FOR NASSAU A VERBATIM RECORD OF.THE
modation In order to particl- 1033 ADA Coordinator at (90z) 548- gone described lands is sub- Service at 1-800-955-8770(v) dead, the unknown defen- COUNTY, FLORIDA PROCEEDINGS IS MADE,
pate In this proceeding, you -...-- 4600 press 0, at least 7 ocys ect toan easement for ingress or 1-800-955-8771(TDD),at least dants who may be spouses, CIVILACTION WHICH RECORD INCLUDES THE
areentitled, at no cost to you. NOTICE OF APPLICATION before your scheduled court ono egresf purposes, seventy two (72) hours in heirs, devisees, grantees, CASE NO.: TESTIMONY AND EVIDENCE
to the provision of certain assis- FOR TAX DEED opoearance, or immedotely The above referenced legal advance to :request such assignees, Ilenors, creditors. 45-2009-CA-000178 UPON WHICH THE APPEAL IS
tance. Please contact the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ;oon receiving this notfco- descr ti on is ncorrect and accommodation.. trustees, and all parties claim- DIVISION: A TO BE BASED.
ADA Coordinator at (904) 548- USBANKCUSTODIAN FORTRC tion f the time before the should be descr bed as fol- BOARD OF COUNTY Ing an interest by, through, COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS TheBoard of County
4600 press 0, at least 7 days SPE LLC Lcheouled aopearance is less lows: COMMISSIONERS through, under and against SERVICING, L.P, Commissioners may contin-
before your scheduled court The holder of the follow ng than 7 days. if you ore hearing A portion of the Southwest NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA the defendants, who ore not Plaintiff, ue hearings on these mat-
appearance, or immediately certificate(s) hos filed said cer- or voice imaoored, call 711. one-quo'ter of Section 27, ATTEST: known to be dead or olive, vs. ters.
upon receiving this notifico- tificate(s)for a tox deed to oe 4t 11-14-21-28-2012 Township 2 North, Range 23 John A, Crawford and all parties having or dcim- CHRISTIANA V.MBOME, et al, ATTEST:
tion.if the time before the issued thereon.The cert'fcote & 12-05-2012 East, Nassdu County, Florida, Ex-Officio Clerk ing to have any right, title or Defendant(s). BOARD OF COUNTY
scheduled appearancelsless number(s) and year of 1031 being also a oortion of the DANIEL B. LEEPER interest in the property NOTICE OF RESCHEDULED .COMMISSIONERS OF
than 7 days; f you are hearing issuance, the description of ---- lands described in deed Chairman described in the mortgage FORECLOSURE SALE NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA
or voice Impaired, call 711. the property, and the name(s) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF recorded n the Public Records at 11-14-21-28-2012 being foreclosed herein NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN /s/JOHN A. CRAWFORD
4t 11-07-14-21-28-2012 In which t is assessed are as THE FOURTH JUDICIAL of the cfo'esa d County, in & 12-05-2012 ALL OTHER UNKNOWN PAR- pursuant to an Order Re- Its: Ex-Officio Clerk
1013 follows: CIRCUIT, IN ANDFOR Offcaol Recoods Book 713, 1035 TIES CLAIMING INTEREST BY, scheduling Foreclosure Sale BY:/s/DANIELB. LEEPER
File Number 2012-049-TD NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA Page 1486, of the Public THROUGH, UNDER, 'AND dated November 6th, 2012 Its: Chairman
NOTICE OF APPLICATION Certificate Number 3721 CASE NO: 2010-CA-1042 Reco'ds of soid County IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR AGAINST A NAMED. DEFEN- and entered in Case NO.45- Individuals with disabilities
FOR TAX DEED Parcel Number GREEN TREE SERVICING LLC Sea port:on being more NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA DANT(S) WHO ARE NOT 2009-CA-000178 of the Circuit needing a reasonable
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 00-00-31-1800-0258-0041 7406 FULLERTON STREET SUITE oarticulorly described as fol- PROBATE DIVISION KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR AUVE, Court of the FOURTH Judicial accommodation to particl-
US BANK CUSTODIAN FOR Year of Issuance: 2010 20, JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA lows: Fo a point of reference, RIe No. 12-CP-231 WHETHER SAME UNKNOWN Circuit In and for NASSAU pate In this proceeding
THE TRC-SPE LLC Description of Property 32256 commence at a concrete Division: PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER- County, Florida wherein, should contact the Office of
The holder of the following BLOCK 258 E 1/2 OF N 120 FT Pla ntff, monument located for the IN RE: ESTATE OF CHARLES EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS. the Ex-OfficioClerktothe
certiflcate(s)hoasfled said cer- OF LOT 4 EX S68 FT IN OR v Southwest of Section 27 aofoe- EDWARD PAXTON, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR SERVICING. L.P, is the Plaintiff Board of County
tificate(s)fora taxdeedto be 497/244 & OR 1300/1173 CITY VICTORIA LENE ASHCRAFT, THE mentioned and run South 89 NOTICE TO CREDITORS OTHER CLAIMANTS and CHRISTIANA V MBOME; Commissioners at least sev-
Issued thereon.The certificate OF FDNA BEACH UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF VICTO- deg'ees 03 minutes 30 sec- The adm nistration of the whose residence is THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF enty two (72) hours prior to
number(s) and year of AssessedTo RIA LENE ASHCRAFT, THE onds East along the Southerly estate' of Charles Edward unknown f he/she/they be liv- CHRISTIANA V.MBOME N/K/A the proceeding dt (904) 548-
Issuance, the description of CHARLES L KENNEDY LORI A UNKNOWN HEIRS, DEVISEES, line of said Sectiorn a o:stonce Paxton, deceased, 'whose ing; and if he/she/they be JOHN DOE REFUSED NAME 4660, or, If the hearing
the property, and the name(s) KENNEDY GRANTEES. ASSIGNEES CREDI- of 2213.0 feet, thence North date of death was September dead, the unknown defen- N/K/A JOHN DOE REFUSED Impaired, Florida Relay
In which it is assessed are as All of the above property s TORS, UENORS, AND TRUSTEES 03 degrees 36 mnutes 14 sec- 21, 2012, is pending In the dants who may be spouses, NAME N/K/A JOHN DOE Service at 1-800-955-8770 (v)
follows: located in Nassau County, in OF LAWRENCE STAINES, onds Easto dstance of 385.21 Crcuit Court for Nassau hers, devisees, grantees, REFUSED NAME N/K/A JOHN or 1-800-955-8771(TDD).
File Number: 2012-046-TD the State of Florida. DECEASED AND ALL OTHER feet to the Point of Beginning. County, Florida, Probate assignees, lienors, creditors, DOE REFUSED NAME N/K/A 2t 11-28-2012 & 12-05-2012
Certificate Number:409 Unless suach certifcote(s) PERSONS CLAIMING BY, From the Pont tof Beginning Dvision, the address of which trustees, andallpartes claim- JOHN DOE REFUSED NAME 1050



No Room at the Inn' Sure, you know the Christmas Carols and Communion is a service Celtic style and the rhythmic Christmas Story. The chapel choir
story. But do you know the story of of worship open to all women in the "African Noel." and orchestra, under the direction of
A variety of Nativity scenes will Christmas? Don't miss the whimsi- community on Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in the Assisting Helton with the script Don Edwards, will present the
be on display in the Sanctuary of cal, educational, "Christmical" party Sanctuary of First'Presbyterian writing and preparation are Sarah Winter Rose, by Joseph M. Martin, a
Memorial United Methodist Church to end all Christmas parties as Buck Church, 9 N. Sixth St. Women, bring Flores and Jaclyn Taylor, who have cantata with narration that tells the
and the Partin Center at 601 Centre Denver asks, "Why Do We Call It your soul sisters, mothers, daugh- backgrounds in creative writing and story of the life of Christ, from
St. from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Nov. 30 Christmas?" This delightful and ters, aunts, grandmothers, nieces, drama. Amy Scott, director of the prophesy to passion.
and Dec. 1 in conjunction with the informative movie will be shown cousins, granddaughters and all the Nassau Community Band, is prepar- This beautiful cantata is filled with
Holiday Home Tour. Refreshments Dec. 1 at 10 a.m. at the Anchor, 515 other special women in your life to ing the orchestra. traditional carols, newly composed
will be served and Christmas music Centre St., corner of North Sixth share a time of joyful worship at the Admission is free. Please arrive anthems and simple symbolism. The
provided. Admission is free. Dona- Street. This family event is open to beginning of this season of expecta- early for best seating. Childcare orchestrations effectively capture the
tions will be made to the Homeless the community. Make reservations tion. Come and center yourselves, through age four is available with essence of Joseph Martin's finely
Coalition in Nassau County. by calling 261-3837. embrace what is significant in life reservations. For information call the crafted piano writing, fully express-
and plan the days ahead to welcome church office 261-9527. The church ing the color and beauty of this musi-
Christmas Spectacular Christmas concert the coming of Christ again into your is located at 961167 Buccaneer Trail cal tableau. Begin this Christmas
First Baptist Church will host an The next Concert with a Cause at hearts and homes. The evening where it intersects with South season with music at the Chapel,
elegant night of Christmas music Memorial UMC, 601 Centre St., will includes dessert in the fellowship Fletcher Avenue and First Coast where all are welcome, 36 Bowman
with the "Amelia Island Christmas be held Dec. 2 at 7 p.m. in the sanc- hall and childcare is available with Highway. For information contact Road, Amelia Island, 277-4414.
Spectacular," featuring orchestra tuary. Sing along with Joey and reservations at 261-3837. Pam Helton at 261-9527 or Allen T O land
instrumentalists and choral singers. Jeanie, Amelia Island-based I n Db r Lennon at 261-8799. y concert
This two-night event will be held singer/songwriter/recording artists, Evening I DLc iDer Enjoy an evening of music from
Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, with encore per- as they sing and celebrate the begin- The community is invited to An Christmas Cantata The Martins at the Toyland Concert
formances planned for Dec. 7 and 8. ning of the Christmas season. Evening in December on Dec. 7 and Memorial United Methodist at First Baptist Church of Fernan-
Invite your friends and neighbors. Joey and Jeanie are excited to 9 at 7 p.m. at Amelia Baptist Church. Church will present a Christmas dina Beach on Dec. 9 at 6 p.m.
First Baptist Church is located at have their newly released Christmas Pam Helton, minister of music, Cantata on Dec. 9 at both the 8:30 The Martins are a Christian
1600 S. Eighth St. Call 261-3617 or album, "Christmas Let's Celebrate has assembled a community choir of and the 11 a.m. service. Rediscover music vocal trio composed of three
visit for information. Everyday" available after the con- 60 singers and a 15-piece instrumen- the magic and mystery of Christmas siblings: Joyce Martin Sanders,
cert. It is a compilation of favorite tal ensemble comprising musicians through the eyes of a child as Old Jonathan Martin and Judy Martin
StoryofChristmnaS carols and an original song. from numerous area churches. This Shepherd recalls that amazing night Hess. They have sung with Bill and
Why do we call it Christmas? Admission is free, but a love offer- inspiring program of music and when he was a little boy living in Gloria Gaither and have recorded
Cutting down trees? Hanging stock- ing will be taken. All proceeds will drama tells the Christmas story with Bethlehem. Featur-ing the Memorial numerous records and are currently
ings? Santa Claus? What do any of benefit families in need. Nursery will an international flair. Included are UMC Chancel. Choir, Youth Choir, back on the road appearing on The
these have to do with Jesus" birth- be provided. All are welcome. For selections as diverse as Vivaldi's Handbells and trumpet. Gaither Homecoming Series.
day? Join VeggieTales creator Phil information contact the church at "Gloria in Excelsis," Harry Sime- The Toyland Conceit collects and
Vischer along with Buck Denver and 261-5769. one's haunting arrangement of "Do W inter Rose cantata distributes toys through Toys for
all his friends on an amazing journey You Hear What I Hear," Robert Come to the Amelia Plantation Tots. Admission is free, but please
into the world's most popular holiday Candles& Caiols Shaw's medley of classic European Chapel on Dec. 9 at 10 a.m. to experi- bring an unwrapped toy to add to the
on Dec..1 at the Anchor. A Gathering of Women: Candles, carols, a collection of carols in the ence the timeless beauty of the toys collected for this annual event.


45-2010-CA-000258- MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 County, Florida wherein, THE ONE HUNDREDTHS (1250.41) WEST CORNER OF SECTION 38 A/K/A 688 GROVE PARK point; thence South 71 (10.0) FEET OF LOT ONE (1),
AURORA LOANS SERVICES, LLC, If you are a person with a F/K/ATHE BANKOF NEWYORK NING NORTH 87 DEGREES 31' EAST 32034-9135 onds East a distance of TY-NINE (199), TOGETHER WIfH
Plaintiff, disability who needs any AS SUCCESSOR-IN-INTEREST TO A/K/A 26063 IDGY" WAY, ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF Any person claiming an 1521.26 feet to the Westerly THE WESTERLY ONE-HALF (W
vs.. accommodation In order to JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, HILLIARD, FL 32046 SAID SECTION A DISTANCE OF Interest in the surplus from the Right of Way line of U.S. 1/2) OF NECTARINE STREET
RACHEL BELL UNKNOWN TEN- participate in this proceeding, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR STRUC- Any person claiming an 299.70 FEET TO A POINT WHERE sale, if any, other than the Highway No. 301 as estab- LYING BETWEEN THE WESTERLY
ANT(S); IN POSSESSION OFTHE you are entitled, at no cost to TURED ASSET MORTGAGE Interest in the surplus from the SAID NORTH LINE OF SAID SEC- property owner as of the date Ilshed for a width of 200.0 feet RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF EIGHT
SUBJECT PROPERTY you, to the provision of certain INVESTMENTS IITRUST 2006-AR8, sale, If any, other than the TION A DISTANCE OF 299.70 of the Us Pendens must file a and the terminus of said cen- STREET AND THE EASTERLY
Defendants. assistance please contact the MORTGAGE PASS-THROUGH property owner as of the date FEET TO A POINT WHERE SAID claim within sixty (60) days terline. RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF SEV-
NOTICE OF ADA Coordinator at crtin- CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2006-AR8, of the Us Pendens must file a NORTH UNE IS INTERSECTED BY after the sale. ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN ENTH STREET
NOTICE, IS HEREBY GIVEN at least 7 days before your A/K/A ELENA V. KRAFT; DONO- after the sale. OF STATE ROAD NO! 107 (A 100 seal of this Court on November THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM
pursuantto Final Judgment of scheduled court appearance, VAN KRAFT A/K/A DONOVAN WITNESS MY HAND and the FOOT RIGHT OF WAY) RUN 20th, 2012. THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE SALE, IF ANY., OTHER THAN
Foreclosure dated the 16th or immediately upon receiv- W. KRAFT; are the Defendants, seal of this Court on November THENCE SOUTH 1 DEGREE 47' John A. Crawford THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF
day of November, 2012 and Ing this notification If the time The Clerk of the Court will sell 19th, 2012, EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF Clerk of the Circuit Court MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS
entered in Case No. 45-2010- before the scheduled appear- to the highest and best bid- John A. Crawford WAY A DISTANCE OF 530.0 FEET By: /s/Amanda Steamr DAYS AFTER THE SALE. MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60
CA-000258-AXXX-YX, of the once s less than 7 days; If you der for cash at NASSAU JUDI- Clerk of the CircUit Court TO A POINT DURDEN ROAD (A Deputy Clerk Dated this 20th day of DAYS AFTER THE SALE.
Circuit Court of the 4TH are hearing or voice impaired., CIALANNEX, 76347 VETERAN'S By: /s/Amanda Stearn 32 FOOT RIGHT OF WAY) RUN *" See Americans with November, 2012. If you are a person with a
Judicial Circuit in and for call 711. WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA at DeputyClerk THENCE NORTH 87 DEGREES Disabilities Act By: /s/Sue Powell disability who needs any.
Nassau County, Florida where- Dated this 16th day of 11:30AM, on the 10th day of See Americans with 09' EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT. If you are a person with a dis- Clerkof.Court accommodation in order to
in, AURORA LOANS SERVICES, November, 2012. January, 2013, the following Disabilities Act OF WAY A DISTANCE OF 550.0 ability who needs any accom- of Nassau County participate in this proceeding,
LLC is the Plaintiff and RACHEL JOHN A. CRAWFORD described property as set forth If you are a person with a dis- FEETTO AN IRON PIPE FOR THE modation In order to partlcl- Aldridge Connors, LLP you.are entitled, at no cost to
BELL and UNKNOWN TEN- Clerk Of The Clrcuit Court In said Final Judgment: ability who needs any accom- POINT OF BEGINNING. pate in. this proceeding, you Attorney for Plaintiff(s) you, to the provision of certain
ANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE By: /s/ Sue Powell TRACT FORTY (40), BLOCK modation in order to partick FROM THE POINT OF BEGIN- are entitled, at no cost to you, 7000 West Palretto Park Rd., assistance please contact the
SUBJECT PROPERTY are defen- Deputy Clerk TWO (2), SPRING HILL, UNIT pate In this proceeding, you NING, THUS DESCRIBED, CON- to the provision of certain assis- Suite 307 ADA Coordinator at crtin-
dants. The Clerk of this Court 2t 11-28-2012 & 12-05-2012 TWO, ACCORDING TO PLAT are entitled, at no cost to you, TINUE NORTH 87 DEGREES 09' tance please contact the cir- Boca Raton, FL33433 trp@coJ,net or (904) 630-2564
shall sell to the highest and 1052 THEREOF AS RECORDED IN to the provislon of certain assis- EAST ALONG SAID RIGHT OF cult court at (904) 321-5709. Telephone: 561.392.6391 at least 7 days before your
best bidder for cash at the,AT ---- PLAT BOOK 5 AT PAGE 35 OF tance please contact the cir- WAY LINE A DISTANCE OF 200:0 2t 11-28-2012 & 12-05-2012 Facsimile: 561.392.6965, scheduled court appearance,
oaayofJanuary, 201.3 see the CIVIL ACTION A FIXTURE AND APPURTE- Notice Is hereby given to the THENCE SOUTH 87 DEGREES 09' IN AND FOR NASSAU TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS PRO- are hearing orvoice Impaired,
following described property CASE NO.: NANCE THERETO' following persons at the last WEST A DISTANCE OF 200 FEET COUNTY, FLORIDA CEEDING, YOU ARE ENTITLED, call 711.
as set forth in said Final 45-2010-CA-000762 ID # FDGA2Y3791; known address of: TOAN IRON PIPERUNTHENCE CASE NO: ATNO COST TO YOU, TO THE Dated this 19th day of
Judgment, to wit: DIVISION: A TITLE # 20968014 Leonard Bain SOUTH 1 DEGREE 47' EAST A 45-2010-CA-000709 PROVISION OF CERTAINASSIS- November, 2012.
RANGE 25 EAST, ACCORDING Plaintiff, Any person claiming an 441 S Fletcher Ave VIN NO. GAFLR05A22927CW. OPPORTUNITY LOAN TRUST DAYS BEFORE YOUR SCHED- Deputy Clerk
TO THE PLAT THEREOF AS vs. Interest In the surplus from the Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 If you are q person with a '2011-NPL1, ULED COURT APPEARANCE, 2t 11-28-2012 & 12-05-2012
RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, MATFHEW WAITE, et al, sale, if any, other than the Thomas R. Eddleman disability who needs any Plaintiff(s), OR IMMEDIATELY. UPON 1063
PAGE 12, OF THE PUBLIC Defendant(s). property owner as of the date 86031 Cathedral Ln accommodation in order to vs. RECEIVINGTHIS NOTIFICATION
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- NOTICE OF of the Us Pendens must file a Yulee, FL 32097 participate In this proceeding, LORETTA SHARPE; JOHN IF THE TIME BEFORE THE SCHED-, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TY, FLORIDA. FORECLOSURE SALE clalm"'within sixty (60) days Rachel M. GIddens you are entitled, at no cost to SHARPE;.,etal., ULED APPEARANCE IS LESS 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN after the sale. 725 Bonnlevlew Rd you, to the provision of certain Defendant(s). THAN 7 DAYS; IF YOU ARE IN AND FOR NASSAU
INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM pursuant to a Final Judgment WITNESS MY HAND and the Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 assistance.To request such an NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE HEARING OR VOICE IMPAIRED, COUNTY, FLORIDA
THE SALE, IF ANY OTHER THAN. of Mortgage Foreclosure seal of this Court on November Jennifer M. Hoopes accommodation, please con- SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER CALL711. CIVIL DIVISION
THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF dated November 19th, 2012 19th, 2012. 5052 Woodland Ave tact Court Administration at 45 2t 11-28-20T2 & 12-05-2012 CASE NO:
THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS and entered in Case No. 45- John A. Crawford Callahan, FL 32011. leastthree business days prior NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 1062 45.-2012-CA-000115
MUST FILETA CLAIM WITHIN 60 2010-CA-000762of the Circuit Clerk of the Circuit Court John Kersey to the required service by that Sale will be made pur- ---------- BANK OF AMERICA;NA.
DAYS AFTER THE SALE. Court of the FOURTH Judicial By: /s/ Amanda Steam 554820 US Hwy 1 using one of the following suant to an Order or Final NOTICE OF SALE Plaintiff,
If you are a person with a Circuit In and for NASSAU Deputy Clerk Hlliard, FL 32046 methods: Phone No. 904-630- Summary Judgment. Final NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN vs.
disability who,, needs any County, Florida wherein, BAC See Americans with Daniel S. Miller 2564; Fax (904) 630-1146; Judgment was awarded on that the undersgned Intends ALYSHA G. HARRIS; DAVID D.
accommodatich in order to HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP DisabllitlesAct 45213 Eula B Rd TTD/TTY (800) 955-8770 Civil Case No. 45-2010-CA- to sell the personal property HARRIS; NUVELL CREDIT COR-
participate In this proceeding, FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME If you are a person with a dis- Callahan, FL 32011 (Florida Relay Service). E-Mail 000709-AXXX-YX of the Circuit described below to enforce a PORATION; UNKNOWN PER-
you are entitled, at no cost to LOANS SERVICING LP Is the ablity who needs any accom- Joshua S. Pierce Court of the Judlclal Circuit In lien Imposed gn said property SON(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE
you, to the provisionof certain Plaintiff and MATTHEW WAITE; modatlon In order to partlci- 43489 Claxton Cir Dated this 19th day of Novem- and for NASSAU County, under the Florida Self Storage SUBJECT PROPERTY;
assistance please contact the KIRI R. WAITE; ANY AND ALL pate In this proceeding, you Callahan, FL 32011 ber, 2012. Florida, wherein WELLS FARGO Facility Act Statutes (Section Defendants.
ADA Coordinator at crtln- UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING are entitled, at no costto you, ThermozI Thomas JOHN A. CRAWFORD DELAWARE TRUST COMPANY. 83.801-83.809). The under- NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE or (904) 630-2564 BY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND to the provision of certain assIs- 554820 US Hwy 1 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR VERI- signed will sell at public sale SALE'
at least 7 days before your AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED tance please contact the cir- Hilliard, FL 32046 By: /s/ Amanda Steam CREST OPPORTUNITY LOAN by competitive bidding on NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
scheduled court appearance, INDIVIDUAL' DEFENDANT(S) cuit court at (904) 321-5709. Pursuant to Section 98.075, As Deputy Clerk TRUST 2011 -NPL1. isthe Plaintiff, Thursday, December 13,2012 pursuant to a Final Judgment
or Immediately upon receiv- -WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE 2t 11-28-2012 & 12-05-2012 Florida Statutes, you are here- Any person claiming an Inter- and, LORETTA SHARPE; JOHN at 11:00 am on the premises of Foreclosure dated
Ing this notification if the time DEAD OR AUVE, WHETHER SAID 1054 by notified that notice was est Inthe surplusfrom the sle,' SHARPE; ANY AND ALL where said property has been November 19th, 2012 and
before the scheduled appear- UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY ---- published on Octobei 3, 2012 If any, other than the property UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING stored and which Is located entered In Case No. 45-2012-
ances lessthan7days;Ifyou CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSE, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE and October 4,2012 that you owner as of the date of Lis BY, THROUGH, UNDER AND at STORAGE ON SADLER 2137 CA-O00115 of the Circuit Court
are hearing or voice Impaired, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT were potentially ineligible to Pendens must file a claim with- AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED SADLER ROAD, FERNANDINA of the 4th Judicial Circuit In
call 711. OTHER CLAIMANTS; FLORA IN AND FOR NASSAU be registered tovote. Failure to In sixty (60) daysafterthe sale. INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) BEACH, COUNTY OF NASSAU, and for NASSAU County,
Dated this 16th day of PARKE HOMEOWNERS ASSO- COUNTY, FLORIDA respond within thirty (30) days 2t11 -28-2012 & 12-05-2015 WHO ARE.NOT KNOWN TO BE STATE OF FLORIDA, the follow- Florida. BANK OF AMERICA,
November, 2012. CIATION, INC.; are the Defen- CIVIL ACTION after that notice was pub- 1057 DEAD OR ALIVE,WHETHER SAID Ing: N.A. Is Plaintiff and ALYSHA G.
JOHN A.CRAWFORD dants, The Clerk of the Court CASE NO.: lished resulted In a determi- ----... UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY Name: Wood, KIm HARRIS; DAVID D. HARRIS;
Clerk Of The Clrcuit Court will sell to the highest and best 45-2009-CA-001285 nation of Inellglbility by the NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUS- Unit #96 UNKNOWN PERSON(S) IN POS-
By: /s/Sue Powell bidder for cash at NASSAU DIVISION: A Nassau County Supervisor of FIRST COAST PAINT & BODY ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, Contents; Furniture SESSION OFTHESUBJECT PROP-
Deputy Clerk JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET- CHASE HOME FINANCE LLC Elections and removalof your gives Notice of Foreclosure of OR OTHER CLAIMANTS are Purchase must be paid for ERTY; NUVELLCREDITCORPO-
2t 11-28-2012& 12-05-2012 ERAN'S WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO name from the statewide Lien and Intent to sell these Defendants. atthetimeofsalelncashonly RATION; aredefendants. Iwill
1051 at 11:30AM, onthe 10thdayof CHASE MANHATTAN MORT- voter registration system, vehicles on 12/12/2012,11:00 Theclerkofthecourt, John All purchased Items are sold sell to the highest and best
--T .. COURT' January, 2013, the following GAGE CORPORATION PleasecontacttheSupervisor am at 474361 E STATE ROAD A.Crawfordwllselltothehigh- as Is, where Is, and must be bidder for cash at NASSAU
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT described property as setforth Plaintiff, to receive Information regard- 200 FERNANDINA BEACH, FL est bidder for cash at the removed at the time of sale. COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX,
OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, In said Final Judgment: vs. Ing the basis for inellglblity and 32034-0801, pursuant to sub- Nassau Judicial Annex, 76347 Sale Is subject to cancellation MAIN ENTRANCE, 76347 VET-
IN AND FOR LOT 14, FLORA PARKE UNIT RONALD L BOHANNON, et al, the procedure to resolve this section 713.78 of the Florida Veteran's Way,Yulee, FL 32097 In the event of settlement ERAN'S WAY, YULEE, FLORIDA
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA THREE, AS PER PLAT THEREOE Defendant(s). matter. If further assistance is Statutes. FIRST COAST PAINT & at 11:30 a.m. on the 10th day between ovwner and obllgat- 32097, AT 76347 VETERAN'S
CIVIL DIVISION RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 6, NOTICE OF needed, please contact the BODY reserves to right to of January,2013,thefollowing ed party. WAY YULEE, FLORIDA, at 11:30
CASE NO: PAGE 402 THROUGH 407, OF FORECLOSURE SALE Supervisor of Elections at the accept or reject any and/or describedrealpropertyasset DATED THIS 28th day of a.m., on the 22nd day of
45-2011-CA-000077-A)OXXXO(- THE PUBUC RECORDS OF NAS- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN numbers listed below, all bids. forth in said Final Summary November AND 5th day of January, 2013, the following
YX SAU COUNTY FLORIDA pursuant to a Final Judgment VIckIl PCannon 1G2WP12K5WF295004 Judgment, to wit: December, 2012 described property asset forth,
AURORA LOANS SERVICES, LLC, A/K/A 33054 SUNNY PARKE of Mortgage Foreclosure Nassau County Supervisor of 1998 PONTIAC ExhIblt'"A It 11-28-2012 In said Final Judgment to-wit:
Plaintiff, CIRCLE, FERNANDINA BEACH, dated November 19th, 2012 Elections 1J4GK48K87W509678 Legal Description for File No.: 1059 LOT 2, MULBERRY LANDING
vs. FL 32034 and entered In Case No.45- 96135 Nassau Place, Suite 3, 2007 JEEP TS147-08 ---- UNIT FOUR, ACCORDING TO
CLAUDETTE S. DRURY; CLERK Any person claiming an 2009-CA-001285 of the Circuit Yulee, Florida 32097 1Y1SK526XVZ462078 Part ofthe Northeast 1/4 of INTHE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE THE PLATTHEREOE AS RECORD-
OF THE COURT, NASSAU COUN- Interest In the surplus from the Court of the FOURTH Judicial Telephone 904-491-7500 1997 CHEVROLET Section 5, Township 1 South, 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, ED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 53,
TY, FLORIDA; STATE OF FLORI- sale, if any other than the Circuit In and for NASSAU Toll Free 866-260-4301 2FAPP36XOMB191946 Range 24 East, Nassau County, IN AND FOR OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF
DA DEPARTMENTOF REVENUE; property owner as of the date County, Florida wherein TDD 904-491-7510 1991 FORD Florida; being more partlcu- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA.
KENNETH L. DRURY SR. A/K/A/ of the Us Pendens must file a JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, It 11-28-2012 4S2CK58E9T43199531996 ISUZU larly described as follows: CIVIL DIVISION TOGETHER WITH THAT CER-
KENNETH DRURY SR. AKA KEN- claim within sixty (60) days NATIONALASSOCIATION,.SUC- 1058 4T1BE32K64U281614 Commence atthe Northwest CASE NO: TAIN 1999SHOR MOBILE HOME
NETH LEROY DRURY; after the sale. CESSORBY MERGER TO CHASE --.---- 2004 TOYOTA corner of said Northeast 1/4; 2012-CA-000087 VIN#'S 6H630417LA;
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROP- sedal of this Courton November Plaintiff and RONALD L OFTHE FOURTH JUDICIAL 2001 TOYOTA minutes32 seconds East along Plaintiff, A person claiming an Inter-
ERTY 19th, 2012. BOHANNON; SHARON D. CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR It 11-28-2012 the West llne of said Northeast vs. est In thesurplusfrom the sale,
Defendants. John A. Crawford CLARK BOHANNON, JPMOR- NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA 1056 1/4 a distance of 1313.88 feet; DONALD ROBERTS, JR, et al., If any, other than the property
NOTICE OF Clerk of the Circuit Court GAN CHASE BANK NA; are the CASE NO: 2010-CA-000631 .-...-- thence North 89 degrees 44 Defendants. owner as of the date of the
FORECLOSURE SALE By:/s/Amanda Stearn Defendants, The Clerk of the BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE minutes 28 seconds East a dis- NOTICE OF Us Pendens must file a claim
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Deputy Clerk Court will sell to the highest LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT tance of 480.80 feet to the FORECLOSURE SALE within 60 days after the sale.
pursuant to Final Judgment of See Americans wth and best bidder for cash at LOANS SERVICING, LP IN AND FOR NASSAU point of beginning; thence NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Dated this 19th
Foreclosure dated the 16th DisabilitiesAct NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX Plaintiff, COUNTY, FLORIDA continueNorth89degrees44 pursuantto Final Judgment of day of November,2012.
day of November, 2012 and If you are a person with a dis- 76347 VETERAN'S WAY YULEE, vs. CIVIL ACTION minutes 28 seconds East a dis- Foreclosure dated the 19th John A. Crawford
entered in Case No. 45-2011- ability who needs any accom- FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the JAMES A. BRANNING, ET AL. CASE NO.: tance of 100.0 feet; thence day of November, 2012 and Clerk of the Circuit Court
CA-000077-AXXX-YX, of the modation In order to partici- 10th day of January 2013,the Defendants 45-2012-CA-000310 South 00 degrees 15 minutes entered In Case No.2012-CA- By:/s/Sue Powell
Circuit Court of the 4TH pate in this proceeding, you following described property NOTICE OF DIVISION: A 32 seconds East a distance of 000087, of the Circuit Court of As Deputy Clerk
Judicial Circuit in and for are entitled, at no cost to you, as set forth in said Final FORECLOSURE SALE WELLS FARGOBANKNA, 450.0 feet; thence South 89 the 4THJudicialCircult in and This notice is provided in
Nassau County Florlda, where- to the provision of certain assis- Judgment NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Plaintiff, degrees 44 minutes 28 sec- for Nassau County, Florida accordance with the
in. AURORA LOANS SERVICES, tance please contact the cir- PART OF THE SOUTHWEST pursuantto a Final Judgment vs. onds Westa distance of 100.0 wherein, NATIONSTAR MORT- American with DisabilitiesAct,
LLC Is the Plaintiff and cuit court at (904) 321-5709. ONE-QUARTER OF THE NORTH- of Foreclosure dated Novem- PATTI LWICKLESSA/K/A PATTIL feet; thence North 00 degrees GAGE, LLC is the Plaintiff and if you area person with a dis-
CLAUDETTE S. DRURY; CLERK 2t 11-28-2012 & 12-05-2012 EAST ONE-QUARTER OF SEC- ber 15, 2012, and entered in WHITING, et al, 15 minutes32 seconds West a DONALD ROBERTS, JR, MORT- abilitywho needs any accom-
OF THECOURT, NASSAUCOUN- 1053 TION THIRTY (30), TOWNSHIP Case No. 2010-CA-000631. of Defendant(s). distance of 450.0 feet. GAGE ELECTRONIC REGISTRA- modatlon in order to partici-
TY, FLORIDA; STATE OF FLORI- ---... THREE (3) NORTH, RANGE the Circuit Court of the Fourth NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE" Containing 1.03 acres, more TION SYSTEMS INCORPORATED pate in this proceeding, you
DA DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OFTHE TWENTY-FOUR (24) EAST, NAS- Judicoial Circuit in and for NAS- SALE or less. AS NOMINEE FOR VALLEY are entitled, at no cost to you,
KENNETH DRURY SR. AKA KEN- IN AND FOR NASSAU SCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: COM- AMERICA N.A..SUCCESSOR BY pursuantto a Final Judgment Easement for Ingress and UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- tance. Please contact the
UNKNOWVN TENANT N/K/A CIVIL ACTION CORNER OF SAID SOUTHWEST SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRY- dated November 19th, 2012 described property: A strip or ERTY are defendants.The Clerk 4600 press 0, at least 7 days
CHRISTY YOUNGBLOOD, CASE NO.: ONE-QUARTER OF THE NORTH- WIDE HOME LOANS SERVIC- and entered in Case No. 45- parcel of land 60.0 feet in of this Court shall sell to the before your scheduled court
UNKNOWNTENANTN/K/ATOM 45-2010-CA-000614 EAST ONE-QUARTER, THENCE ING,LP(HEREAFTER"Plaintiff'), 2012-CA-000310of the Circuit width for roadway purposes highest and best bidder for appearance, or Immediately
YOUNGBLOOD and DIVISION: A SOUTH 02 DEGREES 53 MINUTES is Plaintiff and JAMES A. BRAN- Court of the FOURTH Judicial for ingress and egress lying 30.0 cash at the, AT THE MAIN upon receiving this notlfica-
SESSION OF THE SUBJECT PROP- LON, F/K/ATHE BANKOF NEW OF ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-FIVE UNKNOWN SPOUSE OF JAMES County, Floridaowherein, WELLS Northerly of a centerllne JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET- scheduled appearance isless '
ERTY oredefendants.The Clerk YORKASSUCCESSOR-IN-INTER- (165.0) FEET TO THE POINT OF A. BRANNING, BEVERLY BRAN- FARGO BANK NA Is the Plaintiff described as follows: ERANS WAY, YULEE, FL 32097, than7 days; If you are hearing
of this Court shall sell to the EST TO JPMORGAN CHASE BEGINNING, THENCE CONTIN- NING, BANKOFAMERICA, NA and PATTI L WICKLESS A/K/A Commence at the Northwest 11:30AM on the 14th day of orvoicelmpalred, cali711.
highest and best bidder for BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR UE SOUTH 02 DEGREES53 MIN- are defendants. I will sell to the PATTI L WHITING; GARY PAUL corner ofthe Northeast 1/4 of January, 2013, see the follow- Submitted by:
cash at the, AT THE MAIN STRUCTURED ASSET MORT- UTES EAST ON SAID WEST LINE, highest and best bidder for WICKLESS, REGIONS BANK Section 5, Township 1 South, Ing described property as set Kahane & Associates, PA.
ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU GAGE INVESTMENTS II TRUST ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-THREE cash at the front entrance of SUCCESSOR BY MERGER WITH Range 24 East, Nassau County forth in said Final Judgment, 8201 Peters Road, Suite 3000
JUDICIAL ANNEX, 76347 VET- 2006-AR8, MORTGAGE PASS- (153.0) FEET, THENCE NORTH the Judicial Annex, at 11:30 AMSOUTH BANK' are the Florida, and run South 0 towit: Plantation, FL33324
ERANS WAY, YULEE, FL 32097, THROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 87 DEGREES 45 MINUTES EAST a.m., on the 19th day of Defendants, The Clerk of the degrees 15 minutes 32 sec- ALL THAT CERTAIN LOT, PIECE Telephone: (954) 382-3486
11:30 AM on the 10th day of 2006-AR8, PARALLEL TO THE NORTH LINE December, 2012, the following Court will sell to the highest onds East along the West line OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE, Telefacsimlle: (954) 382-5380
January 2013, see the follow- Plantiff OF SAID SOUTHWEST ONE- descrlbed property as set forth and best bidder for cash at of'said Northeast 1/4 a dls- LYING AND BEING.IN THE CITY Designated service emall:
ing descr bed property as set vs. QUARTER OF THE NORTHEAST in said final judgment, to wit NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX, tance of 1763.88 feet; thence OF FERNANDINA BEACH (FOR- notice@kahaneandassoci-
forth in said Final Judgment, ELENA KRAFT A/K/A ELENA V ONE-QUARTER, ONE THOU- A PORTION OF SECTION 38, 76347 VETERAN'S WAY, YULEE, North 89 degrees 44 minutes MERLY FERNANDINA), COUN-
towit KRAFT etal, SAND ONE HUNDRED TWO TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH, RANGE28 FLORIDA at 11:30AM, on the 28 seconds East a dlstance of TYOF NASSAU AND STATE OF 2t 11-28-2012& 12-05-2012
LOT 16, OF DRURY HOMES, Defendant(s). AND NINETEEN HUNDREDTHS EAST NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- 20thdayofFebruary 2013,the 290.40 feet to the point of FLORIDA, AND FURTHER 1064
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT NOTICE OF (1102.19) FEETTOTHE WESTER- DA BEING A PORTION OF THE following described property beginning of said centerline; KNOWN AND DESCRIBED ON ....



100 ANNOUNCEMENTS 204. Work Wanted 403 Finanal-Home/Property 606 Photo Equipment & Sales 619 Business Equipment 800 REAL ESTATE 813 Investment Property 858 Condos-Unfurnished
101 Card of Thanks 205 Live-in Help 404 Money To Loan 607 Antiques-Collectibles 620 Coal-Wood-Fuel 801 Wanted to Buy or Rent 814 West Nassau County 859 Homes-Furnished
102 Lost & Found 206 Child Care 500 FARM & ANIMAL 608 Produce 621 Garden/Lawn Equipment 802 Mobile Homes 815 Kingsland/St. Marys 860 Homes-Unfurished
103 In Memoriam 207 Business Opportunity 501 Equipment 609 Appliances 622 Plants/Seeds/Fertilizer 803 Mobile Home Lots 816 Camden County 861 Vacation Rentals
104 Personals 300 EDUCATION 502 Livestock & Supplies 610 Air Conditioners/Heaters 623 Swap/Trade 804 Amelia Island Homes 817 Other Areas 862 Bed & Breakfast
105 Public Notice 301 Schools & Instruction 503 Pets/Suppies 611 Home Furnishings 624 Wanted to Buy 805 Beaches 850 RENTALS 863 Office
106 Happy Card 302 Diet/Exercise, 504 Services 612 Muscial Instruments 625 Free Items 806 Waterfront 851 Roommate Wanted 864 Commercial/Retail
107 Special Occasion 303 Hobbies/Crafts 600 MERCHANDISE 613 Television-Radio-Stereo 700 RECREATION 807 Condominimus 852 Mobile Homes 865 Warehouse
108 Gift Shops 305 Tutoring 601 Garage Sales 614 Jewelry/Watches 701 Boats &Trailers 808 Off Island/Yulee 853 Mobile Home Lots 901 Automobiles
200 EMPLOYMENT 306 Lessons/Classes 602 Articles for Sale 615 Building Materials 702 Boat Supplies/Dockage 809 Lots 854 Room 902 Trucks
201 Help Wanted 400 FINANCIAL 603 Miscellaneous 616 Storage/Warehouses 703 Sports EquipmentSales 810 Farms & Acreage 855 Apartments-Furnished 903 Vans
202 Sales-Business 401 Mortgage Bought/Sold 604 Bicycles 617 Machinery-Tools-Equip. 704 Recreation Vehicles 811 Cormercial/Retail 856 Apartments-Unfurn. 904 Motorcycles
203 Hotel/Restaurant 402 Stocks & Bonds 605 Computers-Supplies 618 Auctions 705 Computers & Supplies 812 Property Exchange. 857 Condos-Furnished 905 Commercial


elp W nted 201 Help 204 Work Wanted 305 Tutoring
S102 Lost & Found 201 H p W d Nassau County has an opening for an Nassau Humane Society in Fernandina Santa Claus won't come down a dirty child? References available. $15/hr.
1 H: W d | ', :Animal Shelter Manager with Animal Beach seeks a full-time Laboratory chimney. Have a safe winter's burning. Call Michelle at (650)823-1767.
Care and Control at $33,433.29 Technician at the Animal Care Shelter. Call Lighthouse Chimney Sweeps
WHITE & TAN HOUND FOUND HELP WANTED Painters needed, annually plus benefits. Requires a high Required: relevant experience or equi- (904)261-8163 or 583-1300,
11/17 in Wilson Neck Area of Yulee. experienced only. Call (904)753-1689. school diploma or GED equivalent valent education; computer literacy. 306 Lesson/Classes
Call (904)225-0159. AIQP, Inc, supplemented by five to seven years Additional training will be provided. ALL TYPES OF HOME REPAIRS
experience in Animal Shelters, Animal Duties: intake evaluation and process- .Home repairs & improvements,
If You Have Lost Your Pet please Control, Code Compliance or Law ing of animals; monitoring daily health; painting. Small jobs OK. Dependable, BASIC DRAWING CLASSES starting
check the Nassau Humane Society DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED.NOW Enforcement, one year of which was in maintenance and organization of lab licensed, bonded & insured. Call Mark January 8th. Makes a great Christmas
facility located at 671 Airport Rd. next Learn to drive for Stevens Transport supervisory capacity. Must obtain supplies and medications; conducting Bullington at (904)430-7765. gift! For details contact Lisa Inglis at
to the airport (904)321-1647 & the Earn $700/wk. No exp needed. L ~Florida Animal Control certification, physicals on all animals; administering
Nassau County Animal Shelter, 86078 CDL training. ob ready in 15 days! Euthanasia certification and Disaster meds and vaccinations; additional LOOKING FOR HELP at home with
License Rd. in Yulee next to the drivers (888)368-1964. ANF Animal Response Course, as approved shelter duties as needed. NHS is a organizing/downsizing, bill paying/ins
license building (904)491-7440. by the Director within one year. Must non-profit no-kill shelter, however, claims, driving? Let's talk. Ref's avail. A A I
: H&R BLOCK is looking for possess valid driver's license, euthanasia as required for humane $15/hr. Call Michelle (650)823-1767.
105 Pubtic Notice EXPERIENCED TAX PROFESSIONALS Applications will be accepted thru purposes (eg. severe medical reasons)
for seasonal employment. Call December 7, 2012 and can be obtained administered by lab tech (training 27Bsn 503 Pets/Supi
(904)261-6942 or 1-866-472-6290. in the Human Resources Department provided). Salary commensurate with 207 Business t pp
located at 96135 Nassau Place, Suite experience/ education. To apply,
ALL REAL ESTATE Advertised D5, Yulee, FL 32097. Phone (904)491- submit resume and/or inquiries to Opportunities FREE TO GOOD HOME Long haired
Herein is subject to the Federal DRIVERS Class A Flatbed, home 7332 or fax (904)321-5797 or online NHS, RO. Box 16090, FB, FL 32035 or female Chihuahua puppy, 4-5 mos. old
Fair Housing Act, which makes it every weekend! Pay 37cpm, both ways, at via e-nail to Director Gregg Balzer at Has all shots. Call (904)207-5704.
illegal to advertise, any prefer- full benefits. Requires 1 yr OTR flatbed EOE/M/ F/D/V Drug Free Workplace. dirshelter& START NOW! Open Red Hot Dollar,
ence, limitation, or discrimination exp. Call (800)572-5489 x227, SunBelt Dollar Plus, Mailbox, Discount Party,
based on race, color, religion, sex, Transport, Jacksonville, FL. ANF $10 Clothing Store, Teen Store, Fitness
handicap, familial status or DRIVERS Hiring experienced/inexp-. Center from $51,900 worldwide.
national origin, or the intention to erienced tanker drivers. Earn up to FULL-TIME CUSTODIAN for local (800)518-3064. ANF
mae any such preference, MEDICAL BILLING TRAINEES $.51/mile. New fleet Volvo tractors. 1 church. Mon-Fri with some weekend
liitation or discrimination. NEEDED Train to become a Medical year OTR exp. req'd. Tanker training work required. Benefits include paid 601 Garage iSa
Office Asst. No exp needed. Online available. Call today (877)882-6537, vacation and holidays, competitive
The News-Leader will not training gets you job ready ASAP. HS ANF salary. High School Diploma/GED and _B GARAGE SALE Sat. 12/01, 8am-
knowingly accept any advertising Diploma/GED & PC/Intemet needed. 1-2 years experience in related field 12p. Girls newborn 3T clothing,
for real estate which is in violation (888)374-7294. ANF LW required. Candidates will, be subject to V's, houp Gs ewa rn, some Christma
of the law. All persons are hereby LAWN MAINTENANCE/LANDSCAP- background check and drug screening. items, ools, and muc h more. Southmas
infomPERhONalEEDEDi-gTwoGPEars Please Two to items, tools, and much more. South
r dwelings E ARE LOOKING for a Real Estate p riene No E. Please email rme to Insas or past Super Wal-Mart to 96107
advertised are available on an Closing Secreta Applicants ust experience. Non-smoker EE call Personnel Srin cc ne or Boardwalk Landing. No early birds.
equal opportunity basis. have experience preparing Hud-1 (904)753-7652. fax to (904) 261-4794. ALE
have experience preparing -from
Settlement Statements, reviewing loan ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from
If you believe that you may have closing instruins, and coordatn CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST OR RN home *Medical, *Business, *Criminal MULTIPLE UNITS ESTATE SALES!!!
been discriminated against in CERTIFIED NUTR NIST OR RN- Justice *Hospitality. Job placement Fri. 11/30, lpm-5pm & Sat. 12/1,
connection with the sale rental or closings with mortgage loan with related experience needed with EXPERIENCED OTR FLATBED DRIV- assistance. Computer available. 9am-2pm. Conference poker table
financing of housing, call the processors. All inquiries, please extensive supplement knowledge to ERS Earn 50 up to 55 cpm loaded. Financial aid if qualified. SCHEV w/leaf & 4 chairs, iron console, end
United States Department of contact our office at (912)882-7823. include vitamins, herbs, and $1000 sign on to qualified drivers, authorized. table, faux marble table, snow tires,
Housing and rban Development homeopathy. Email resume to: Home most weekends. (843)266-3731 Call (888) 203-3179. ANF treadmill, elliptical, antiques, Christmas
HU 1(800)669-9777 or for ANIAL CONTROL OFFICER / 'EOE. ANF gifts/decorations, jewelry, tools,
the hearing impaired 1(800)927- Nassau County has an opening for an MEDICAL CAREERS begin here musical instruments, Harley Davidson.
9275. Animal Control Officer with. Animal ROOFERS AND FRAMERS NEEDED! Train online for Allied Health & Medical AAAA Storage next to Staples, 8th St.,
Care and Control at $12.89 hourly lus Please contact William Deal with the Earn $$$ Helping MDs! Process Management. Job placement assist- Fernandina.
benefits. Requires high school diploma Massengill Company (904)234-7151, medical claims from home. Call the ance. Computer avail. Financial aid if
othe area one year of Cexperience in Federal Trade Commission to find out qualified. SCHEV certified. (888)203- MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE 3779
the area of Anmal Control and/or how to spot edical billing scas. 3179, ANF 1st Ave. Fri. & Sat., 8am-lpm. Kids
SHealth. Must possess alid A CA ar 1(77)FTC-HELP. A message from the clothing, toys, tools, books, furniture,
driver's license, Flrida Animal Control accepting applications Moday-Thurs Nthe FTC NURSING CAREERS Begin Here jewelry, household, kitchen, adult.
fficer and Euthanasia certifications day from 3PM-PM for experienced an Get trained in months, not years. More items on Saturday.
aApplications will be accepted thru Bartenders & Servers.. 12 N. Front St. Financial aid if qualified. Housing
December 7, 2012 and can be obtained available. Job placement assistance. 1/ AM-PM 1 Firt
Sin the Human Resources Department A Y NW Tp 5 p CAN YOU DIG IT? Heavy Equipment Call Centura Institute Orlando (877) Ave. Many great items. All clean &
located at 96135 Nassau Place, Suite APPLY chool. 3 wk training program. 206-6559.ANF priced CHECK IT OUT
The food patry needs donaion of 5, Yulee, FL 32097. Phone (904)491-. & benefits. Credential, fuel, & referral Backhoes, bulldozers, trackhoes. Locbal -
non-perishable food ims all ear roun 7332. Fax (904)321-5797 or online at bonus avail. Need CDL Class A driving job placement asst. VA benefits AIRLINE CAREERS Become an
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EOE/M/F/D/V Drug Free Workplace. 8782. ANF (866)362-6497. ANF approved program. Financial aid if 3yr old boys clothes S& shoes,' toys, kids
qualified Housing available. Job riding motorcycle, bike trailer, sofa,
placement assistance. Call Aviation women's clothes, items very clean. 977
J0,_ Institute of Maintenance (866)314- Chad St. (off Jasmine). Fri. 11/30, 8-4,
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wheat pattern 49 pc & 62.pcs, small 2500 First Avenue 2BR/2BA apart- +626SS 8thSt ceramic tile. Private yard/courtyard and patio/deck. Rear yard backs up to 1 BR/1BA -Full Masterbath, dining in living/greatrocom with fireplace,
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MARSH LAKES 95214 Village Dr. *AFFORDABLE WEEKLY/ MONTHLY NN 15,500 sf-will build to suit 97364 Pirates Point Road (Pirates Wood Subdivision)1432sf- 3BR/2BA- 78B Tarpon Avenue, 1300 sf- 3B2.5BA -p Ejoy p ocean nviewani easy
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Christmas decorations, ornaments, rooms) with bath, 576 sq. fi. $1050/mo
antique glassware, punch bowl w/cups, + sales tax.
small oak table, fishing supplies, life Five PointsVillage 1,200 sq.ft.AIA/S 8th
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WESTERN N. CAROLINA Liquidation 86162 CALLAWAY DR. Yuiee.
Sh n 701 Boats & Trailers Sale Somersby Park is an established 2BR/1BA, fenced backyard. $795. Nick
I community in Hendersonville, NC Deonas Realty, Inc. (904)277-0006
'00., -offering homesites starting in the mid-
*20 FT. PONTOON BOAT trailer, $20's. Call today (828)489-6760 or 95107 WILDWOOD CIR.- 3BR/2BA,
40hp Mercury & trolling motor. Call ANF. large lot, 2-car garage, CH&A.
(904)261-5918. $900/mo. + $850 dep. (386)365-8543
V A T $69,900. Sat. 12/1. New ready to room, FP, Ig kit w/dinette, separate LR
t finish cottage. Prime coastal Georgia & DR. $1,695/mo. (904) 335-0583
location. Gated entrance, paved roads,
underground utilities. Free water/sewer SUMMER BEACH 3BR/2BA, 2-car
tap. Histoncally lowest financing. Call garage, all appliances. Access to (866)952-5303 X1641. ANF r beach, Sool, tennis. Gated community.
F804 Amelia Island Homes $1600/mo. 1 yr lease req. 321-1713
,:,-, : :[ :2BR/1BA Den, carport, large
3BR/2.5BA CHARMING HOME in REA E fA workshop, back patio with brick BBQ
lIWE south end, 2.5 car detached garage, on pit, fenced back yard. Call after 3pm.
FI;/A ZlAE gulf. No HOA fees, Private, near beach. 491-5282 $800/mo, 1st and last +
4834 Why Road. $395K. 904-410-4904 security.
SMALL 2BR/1BA 114 N. 14th St.
-852 Mobile Homes $800/mo. + dep. & references.
805 Beaches R R i Includes washer/dryer, water softener..
RV RENTALS AVAILABLE in aNo smoking. Service animals only. Real
OCEANFRONT PROPERTY campground. Weekly or monthly. All estate agent/owner (904)261-3507
Visit for a utilities & WiFi included. (904)225-5577. $500 MOVE-IN ALLOWANCE -
complete list, or call Bob Gedeon at Marsh Lakes, 3BR/2.SBA T.H. 1860sf
.., Re y'": Oceanfront Realty (904)261-8870. 3BR/2BA DOUBLEWIDE MOBILE 95130 Village Dr. Fireplace, lake view,
HOME Yulee. 86093 Kutana Dr. garage. $1475/mo. Call 904-923-7637.
Clean & bright. $695. Go by, then call 3BR/2BA AMELIA ISLAND HOME -
EOS96 W tfA OPTIMA EX B~R(904)607-3121. 3 A AMELIA ISAN HOME
806 Waterfrot Great location. Fenced backyard, 2-car
garage. $1200/mo. + dep. Water &
,Waterfront Homes & Lots Ca, 3BR/3BA MH for rent on Karen sanitation included. (904)430-7432
(904) 261-4066 for information. C.H. (904)753-2156. FREE RENT for Dec. 3/2 doublewide
1989 LIIINCOLN TOW/lN CAR ODD CADILLAE ELDORADO Lasserre, Realtor. in great condition, clean and bright.
AFFORDABLE LIVING Bring your Laundry room, garden tub, quiet area
Luxury, Fully Equipped, all the good E CE COLIPE RV to live on a campground for $425/ in the forest, go by 86093 Kutanta Dr.,
Toys, Ready to go, Look Only 63K miles. Leather, Sunroof, A/C, Premium Sound, 811 Commercial/Reail mo. All utilities included. Ask about. Yulee, then call (904)6073121
Power Package, Alloy Wheels, Look at YULEE, FLORIDA Local Business O I N il mod. 2 SW 861 Vacation Rentals
this only 60K miles. Properties L acre w/1500sf building OFF ISLAND N'ville, reied. 3/2 SW
this,000 oP oeri ss ie acren w lsf buIdg $750/mo. 3/2 W $850/mo + dep. ON OCEANVIEW 3BR/2BA and 2BR/1BA.
PURR-FECTLY PRICED AT ONLY $4,950 PURR-FECTLY PRICED AT ONLY $6,950 500 wo r possible re ntal. zoAlso, ISLAND Eff apt. $145/wk, $575/mo. Call (904)261-4066, C.H. Lasserre,
acre w/well & power pole, zoned CI,2615034
$109,000. Call (904)704-1933. Realtor, for special rates.
2BR/1BA SWMH in Blackrock area.
Service animals only. W/D, huge63 O
privacy fenced yard. $750/mo + $750
dep. (904)583-5969 EXECUTIVE OFFICE SUITES Office
space from 100 sq. ft. to 2,000 sq. ft.
Includes utilities, Internet, common
area receptionist, conference room,
856 Apartments break room, & security. For info call
Unfurnished (904)753-4179.
l SMALL 1BR 200 feet from beach No 2382 Sadler Rd. behind Amelia
S P A EX RD RA smoking. $650/mo. incl. water + $500 Insurance. (904)557-5644
-0004 KIA OP --TI A EX P 0 FORD RANGER fdeposit. Electric paid by renter.
4 door, Leather, Sunroof, Automatic, XLT REI. CAB References. Call (904)335-1665. 864 Commercial/Ret
A/C, Power Windows, Power Locks, 4 Cycl., A/C, 5 Speed, Up graded Stereo, J TURN KEY Pizza, Sub & Salad
Cruise & Tilt, Premium Sound, Alloy Alloy Wheels, Very nice Commuter Truck, NATURE'S LANE 858 Condos-Unfur shed Restaurant Rent includes all
equipment for $2,950/mo. Located on
Wheels, Look only 58K miles. Come and look at this one. 3BR/2BA townhome in Nature's FERNANDINA SHORES -Unfuished SR-200, Yulee in Brand New Shopping
2BR/1BA, ground floor. Pool, tennis, Center. Great visibility & high traffic.
PURR-FECTLY PIlCED AT ONLY 58,950 PURR-FECTLY PRICED AT ONLY $5,950 Walk. 2 car garage. 1,600 sq.ft. No clubhouse, 1 block from beach. Year 41,000 Cars Daily. Contact Eli
Pets. $1,050/mo. Available 1/1/13. lease. Deposit. $875. (904)261-5630 (904)410-4939.
W E HAVE OVER 67 CARFAX CERTIFIED, SERVICED AND SAFETYbNERESdRAD-2R Gated community on island. Includes Yulee. (904)225-2195
2BA home in Lakewood. .1,300 washer/dryer. Available 12/1". Please
sq.ft. 2 car garage. $1,095/mo. Available 01/01/2013. Hurry & See!
Available now AaMELIA LAKES CONDOS Livi ing Over 200Q sq ft @ $1800 per month
on an Annual Lease. Call Peterson
Paradise 1/1 and 2/2 deluxe condos Properties @ (904)753-0257.
in gated, lakeside community with 24/7
GRAND PARKE BLVD. fitness ctr, resort-style pool, ten-nis &
4BR/2BA home in Flora Parke. more! Lots of upgrades! Starting at o a
just $799/mo incl. water/sewer! Call
2,200 sq.ft. 2 car garage. Tammy at (904) 415-6969 for a

n dr0$1,450/mo. incl. yard maint. g901 Autommoia pobileso
UAvailable 12/15/12. AMELIA LAKES CONDO 2/2 first
floor. W/D included. New paint & tile 1997 THUNDERBIRD Orig owner.
floors. Gated community w/amenites. 78,000 miles. Excellent cond. $2200.
SAND HICKORY TRAIL $925/mo. Contact 3ohn 904-386-6288. Call (904)704-1957.
3BR/2BA home located in Hickory
Village. 2 car garage. 1,300 sq.ft.
$1,050/mo. Available 1/1/13.

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2BA home in Pirate's Woods. 2 CountrySide Apartments

$1,075/mo. Available 12/1/12.Bm
LbbS. 10TH STREET 3BR/2BA Tues, Thurs & Fri 8 am 5 pm
home located in Historic District. 1105 S. 13th Street, Fernandina Beach

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Beaytifully furnished Mediterranean style ocean- Oceanfront at it s finest! 2 and 3 bedroom
front villa. Just steps to the pool and to the ocean units located on he south side of The Ritz-
IGHTHOUSE CIRC LE Tills CAIP'rfiv.vrTL WA1 ERFRONT StIJ MA\I4INNF) FAMII HOME that Health Inspiring Fitness area and Tennis Courts. Carlton at Summer Beach, Investors
AWESOME VIEW OFEGAN'S CREEK & 3BR/2BA HOMIE is located on Scymaore's has lots of chann. Eat in kitchen with vaulted
Foit Clinch St Park. Single family estater lot Point. It has a private deep water dock and ceiingsandicsowuentr iance. Masterbathislux- .$599,000 MLS# 58284 welcome. Prices start at $489,000
aidjacent Ito hisoic landmark Amelia- Island boh t lift allowing access to Ithe Alanic ocea,. urious with dual ;vanities, whirlpool tulb and.sep-
Lighlthouse. 370/- ft on Navigable side of This beautifidlly remodeled 2.626 sq. ft. lio e a.rate shower. Gi fireplace in die great rooln is
Egan' s Creek and is one of tle highest elev e a- sts an opel goimi et kitchen, maple w l -e chaInnini g and inviting. Lnarge dining room,e
tions on die east coast. Possible Ocean views big, and breatltaking panoramic miarsh views Latrg fcnca d in back yc .d with a playhoue aiid
minuites from litracostal Waiterway, shed that slavs ) tile Ioproperty.
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LOFTON CRLEEK FRONTAGE located SOUTH FErCI V.'N NORTH 5'n ST~ Beautifully wooded lot backing up to a pre- Beautifully furnished 2br/2ba villa in gated
on Avata Road. Split floor plan w! open Iiistine 75' Oceanfront lot oa Aiiia Isiid, This 2784 approxirmaie sq fi vintage home serve area. Great lot to buildon! Short walk community Golf club membership(s)
kitchen, great ioom, and dining alea. Kitcheii Your.chance to own one of the few tc,.,ning has been naodified into 3 aparments.a The Or ride to beach available
is equipped w/sligh-end appliances -id coun- Oceanfront lots available on Amielia Island largest has a fiieplace, hardwood floors,
tes .....t see to appreciate. Masieribedroom y ..a. saw for eieher invesiment or io build c-it-i, kitcheni Needs to be uii-dated and $234,900 MILS# 56098 $284,900 MLS# 57109
1is i-nger doors -ux a walk-in shower w/ $449f000 MLS#56671 i eaovated,
iihandicap access- Yard is fencedd sw/fir8it i9ees. $325,001( MLS # 56107

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itl ,Aceiime nadwi ,ye ween n ,Sai aid i s. this lot hal a Tidal Creek that rnis the length liome set up, well built ,aidd pennited dock, Beautiful toWnhomes in gated community in Beautiful Townhome on cul-de-sac. End unit with
a hitsetaedb.t tbyalneineeatd as ii. q aefea Summer Beach. Just a shorf strolito the community lots of privacy. Unit comes wifh full club member-
rcd a brc .01 .tim,,w. Lae livig eoen wilh aid can buiil hloim to suit. cOniact foa infor- tiful view. pool or down to the beach, ship and one of ihe island's mosf beautiful con-
iteplacc anid oinc c-iline1. I5"eiac twoi ce- ian ee masion, Reduced to $199.000 MLS#47368 emunity pools,
..i5 i,-isooh.,.eda ni-eny oel asce. Mciis i-. lois do uls \ ssoss r Prices start at $329,900 $349,900 MLS# 57232
roomw:ad bilh oi main levn $2692,500' MLS57860

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andshoppin, thisis LAriaNnt20&21 tocther, Sl'x0',$95,d ) .St55195 a p $US lot in the private gated community in Summer Beach Il>cated north of the Ritz-
Golfside South at Summer Beach. Carlton,
Subdiiiii, oust aictie liodge ....l dcii's, tlil n Acidi ied me.n,,i'c. I. $269,900 MLS#- 56049 Prices start at $1,100,000
$79 500 MLS#5708.i

INTERSTATFi 95 FXPOSURE AT US 17 GOOD ASSM- II CITY LOTS- + i.d iu >.-c Zun1dMU-1 and Sunmmer Beach is our address not our boundary!
BLAGE PilliENTIAL fur midium siized site. Cornei locition .i2 G1(2 for to.w hn, iupli:x ir cdustrial.

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own self s5tragc faciility aid/or add nw retail/otTice. 570' on 6-i ACRES :lontig 41iuili. istni Parkway fir Meter .../N W SANDS
S. I7, io, .3 ., a / Wihoi i irr'ix. 2 acres. lilief lie le (904) 261-0624 C /NE SATDS
s1.3,Glo_ Amneia Island, Florida BRENDA SIATER

5456 First Coast Highway Amelia Island, FL 32034'