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MillCounty commission votes

*i41 to endorse library deal
Curtain Miller
_rn nnse "MARY MAGUIRE **
~~~~~~Nev-Lea We neig City voters chose Johnny Miller aviator and trauma helicopter pilot, in 'We're entering into an agreement
over Andrew J. Curtin on Tuesday for the November vote. Many people will receive a holiday greeting card this Mhowing we don't have enough
,a seat on the Fernandina Beach City The victor will replace Arlene year from a friend or family-member that brags aboutthe Commission. Filkoff on the city commission. Filkoff year's accomplishments,- such as their child's continued money. That bothers me.
Miller polled 1,083votes to 681for did not seek reelection. spot on the honor roll, the family's European vacation or COMMISSIONER STEVE ELLEY
Curtin, or 61-39 percent. The new city commission will be the home renovation project that triples the size of the
Turnout was larger than in 'sworn in Tuesday. kitchenxlespite the contractor's best effort tfoil the job. *November, with 1,765 ballots cast, There are five citycommissioners, But some messages are so over'the top that seeing "Ifwhat's in this card'is true, they've raised $1. mil nearly a hundred more. each elected to three-year terms. Santa come down the chimney would be more belie: lion," said Kelley.
SCurtin and Miller finished as their Two are elected one year, two the able. .. Kelley brought the card to- the county boa6d meeting
top two of four candidates in the Nov. next, then one in the third year. Nassau County Commissioner Steve Kelley thought the Monday nightwhere he urgedcommissioners to delay 5 election, but neither gotthe required Mayor Sarah Pelican and ViceMayor Friends'ofthe'Fernandina Beach Library made an unbe- vote on the final contract between theounty ard tb 50 percent plus 6ne vot6 to win elec- Charles Corbett are servingterms that lievable'claim in its greetidg card regarding the'planned city of Fernandina-Beach to renovate tlhe county's down tion. Miller, a U.S. N~vy veteran and end next fall, Commissioners Ed library renovation projecAccording to the message, town branch.., .. local bartender, polled 35 percent to32 Boner and Pat Gassterms that end in 'the group celebrates raising74 percentof the project's'$2.4 percent for Curtin, a retired U.S. Navy. 2015. million goal. LIBRARY Continued on 3A


lilaTramelle 3, sks antafor d keiner for. Christm~las.,r top left, while her sister, first-time Santa vistor, McKenzie, 1,. tae i l ino~h gil ttended the annual Chrstmas Glow on Friday at the Womn's Clbo FernandinalBeach, which treats the community each year to a holiday festival with inusic, ga aml. trats. Top ight, carolers dressed in period gar greet guests on thie Amelia Island History Museum's annital .home 'togr. Hundreds of visitors toured historic homes in lotitwn Fernandina. Above left Cindy Glenn of Fernandina Beach retiect on the appeal of a red and white holi ddy ac., "I think this is' fust What Pam. looking for," she sad. "Its $15 and it's pretty and the price is good too." Elaine Stalker ofFernandin Beach, above right, happily showed off her, purchases for friends and fairly at the 18th annual Christmas Craft Bazaar on Saturday at the Atlantic Avenue Recreation Cen :er., ', : "

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UPDATE Sam Villa Arnold Baker sailboats in Narragansett Bay, where his lifelong
10 w arning signs Sam love of sailing was kindled. Billy graduated from
Sam Villa Arnold Baker, 78, passed away Warwick Pilgrim High School in 1963; he was
JACKSONVILLE The ally needing help to use the Thursday evening, December 5,2013 at Quality just at his 50th high school reunion in October
'holiday season can be busy settings on a microwave or to GaryW. BelsonAssociates 1lealth Care of Fernandina Beach. ofthisyear.
With travel and visits from fam- record a television show. Inc. will hold a concealed Mrs. Baker was born March 3, 1935 and Billy attended Brown University majoring Sily and friends who might not 4. Confusion with time or weapon license course at 4:15 has been alife-long Nassau County resident. in economics; while at Brown, he tooka year off often see one another. This place: People with Alzheimer's p.m. Dec. 18. A basic with Memberships include to live in Paris, then spent two years in the
time together may raise ques- can lose track of dates, sea- defensive tactics course will Blackrock Baptist Church United States Army, based in Germany. After
tions about a person's physical sons and the passage of time. be held at 7:45 am. Dec. 14, and Moose Lodge #2355. She graduating from Brown, Billy worked for the VA
and cognitive health. Although They may have trouble under- 15 and 28. For details contact loved bowling and was a in San Francisco before retiring to Thailand
some change in cog- standing something Belson at 491-8358, (904) 476- member of many bowling where he lived for ten years on his first boat,
"nitive ability, can Sif it is not happening 2037 or gbelson@bellsouth, leagues in Nassau County. Whistler. After years of sailing and traveling
occur with age, immediately net. Visit www.TheBelson She was also a bartender for through southeast Asia, the Indian ocean and
memory problems What's typical: the Moose Club for many South Africa, Billy landed in-St. Maarten in the
that impact daily iv- Getting confused years. Caribbean where'he worked for Island Water
ing are not a part of about the day of the Food di She was predeceased by her best friend, World Marine Chandlers, and made great
: typical aging. week but figuring it Yulee Boy Scout Troop 152 Brenda Seymour. friends with all the other yachties living in the
Recognizing the dif- out later. will holda canned food drive Survivors include her husband, Bill Baker of Lagoon.
ference between typical aging 5. Trouble understanding on Dec. 14 in conjunction with Yulee, FL two daughters, Victoria Blackwell In 2007, he met Fernandina Beach Attorney and potentially more serious visualimages and spatial rela- the Yulee Holiday Festival and (Victor) of Fernandina Beach, FL and Diana Teri Sopp on a sailing trip to Anguilla for a problems can help identify tionships. For some people, Parade. There will be collec- Mills of Santa Rosa, CA; two sons, Edmond Jimmy Buffett concert. The disc photo on the when it may be time to see a having vision problems is a tion boxes placed at several Mills, I (Pamela) of Edgewater, FLand Michael CD of that concert features a photo of Billy and doctor. sign ofAlzheimer's. They may locations along the parade Mills (Teresa) of Carlisle, KY; eleven grand- his crew. bringing their dinghy ashore on
An annual trend, over the have difficulty reading, judging route and at the festival. All children and five great-grandchildren. Anguilla for the concert. Captain Billy eventu2012 holiday season, the distance and determining food will be given to local Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. ally sailed into Fernandina aboard his 53-foot
Alzheimer's Association color or contrast. They may charities to help feed the less Monday, December 9, in the Stephens Chapel ketch, Sumbish, and lived here with Teri until Helpline saw a 13 percent rise pass amirror and think some- fortunate. If you have any at Green Pine Funeral Home with Rev. Frank joining her in Tallahassee this past September.
in calls to its 24-hour Helpline, one else is in the room. They questions call Kenny Walters Camarotti officiating. Interment followed in Billy has a wonderful and loving 800-272-3900. It encourages may not realize they are the at (904) 759-1027. Connor -GreenCemnetery, St. George, FL The Rhode Island: sisters Susan Salisbury (Lee),
anyone to call the Helpline person in the mirror. family received friends Monday from 10.00 am. Deborah Kelso and Dottie Santagata; brother
- with a question or doubt about What's typical: Vision Tobma fme until the time of service at the funeral home. Steven Gray (Maureen) and many talented
SAzheimer's disease or anoth- changes related to cataracts. Tobacco Free Nassau In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that nieces and nephews. His brother Robert lives in
er ~rm of dementia. 6 New problems with Partnership will meet Dec. 17 memorial donations be made to Gerri's Corner, Seminole, Florida. He was predeceased by his
"I 2011, the first wave of ;words in speaking or writing, at 4 p.m. in the Fernandina 601 Centre St, Fernandina Beach, FL32034. parents and by his sister Judith Gray Emrick. Baby boomers turned 65-the People with Alzheimer's may Beach Police-Department's For more information and to sign Mrs. Captain Bill-will be fondly remembered by
1 .age that your risk of develop- have trouble following or join- community room, 1525 Idme Bakers online register book please visit the friends all over the globe, but most especially by Sing Alzheinier's disease begins ing a conversation. They may St All are welcome to join in Green Pine website at www.gireenpinefuner- his significant other, Teri Sopp. A dockside to increase significantly," said stop in the middle of a con- the effort to reduce deaths. alcoin. memorial toast to Billy will be scheduled at a
ChiefExecutive Officer Kay versation and have no idea from tobacco use, makea dif- Green PineFuneralHome later date. Please make a gift to Big Bend
Redington of Alzheimer's how to continue or repeat ference and ultimately save Hospice, Tallahassee, Florida, or to the Veterans'
he o g~izati~n fYu choice ifi.Billy's-name.Association, Central and North themselves. They may strug- lives. Call 548-1867 for infor- Ohn R organization of your choice in Billy's name.
Florida Chapter. "Knowing the gle with vocabulary or call mation. Jphn9 f2i ...
warning signs of Alzheimer's things by the wrong name. 1932-2013 Dolores M. Israel
wannsgso lhie' wrnaeI~ iv Funeral serices forJoh Rihr Jack)........ l"al.
and getting'diagnosed early is What'stypical: Sometimes BloodFuneral services fr Joh Richard, ack)
'h 'lrd-eri Bloo Dresher-;81, f Aubhn, AL. 11, b'e held:6 on' Mrs.'ooe .Ire,
vitalto receiving the best help having trouble finding the The Florida-GeorgiaBlood Dresher, 81, of Aubun, AL will be held on Mrs. DoloresM.Israel, age 84, passed away, and care possible" right word. Alliance Mobile Unit wil be at Thursday, December 12, 2013'at Holy Trinity at the homeofhfer daughter on Saturday mornEarly diagnosis of 7. Misplacing things and Amelia Baptist Church on Episcopal Church inAilburn. Visitation will be ipg,"Dcbmber 7, 2013.1
Alzheimer's disease or other losing the ability to retrace Dec. 18 from -14 p.m. at 1:30, followed by aqiemorial service at 2:30. Born in Valley City, ND, she was one of eight dementias is an important step steps. A person with Alzheim- Although an appohitpent is A private burial will fllow atAuburn Memorial and the last living child born to Floyd McCLufe in getting appropriate-treat- er's disease may put things in not necessary, donors miay Park. and Harriet May Whiteheadment, care. and support.'' unusualpl i Tbeymaylose call 888-998-2243 to schedule a Mr. Dresher"was bornon May 11, 1932 and Palmer. As a young teenager
Individuals may experience thifks andbe' unable to go time. passed away op December 7, 2013. He is sur- she. moved to California
one or more of the 10Warning back over their steps to find Donors must ,be 17 or vived by 2 sons: Dave. before'returning -to South
SSigns if different degrees If them again. Sometimes,, older, or 16 with parental con- (Debbie) and Don (Beth) Dakota where she metand
younotice any of them please they may accuse others of sent, and weigh at least 110 Dresher, one daughter, Lou married od H. Aaker. She
'selig .. sp n the. ma t of he "i . .iry
.see a doctor. stealing. pounds to donate to The Ann (Gerry) Hicks; grand- spent themajority oher life in
1. Memory loss thatdis- What's typical: Misplacing' Blood Alliance. See www.igive- children: Margaret Dresher, the SanFrancisco Bay area
rupts daily life. One of the things from time to time, such for information. Meredith (Josh) Eichenber- before coming toFerrandina
oMerdith (Jsh fies., Bocin2 btfoi-q~emingteaina
most common signs of as a pair of glasses or fhe' Amelia Baptist Churclii -ger, Josh (Laura) Williams, Beach in 2012 to live with ier daughter.
Alzheimer's is -memory loss, remote control. located at 961167 Buccaneer Layton Williams, Rachel Mrs. Israel was a loving homemaker and
especially forgetting recently 8. Decreased or poor judg- Trailatthe roundabout. ."'Dresher, Jessica (Owens) willbe remembered by her family fortaking care
learned information. Others meant, People with Alzheimer's 'Hall, Austen, Ben & Michael Wiley;anid 1great- of each of them. She loved music,.her Baby
Include forgetting importadit may experience changes in A hI lerSSuPPort grandchild, Hunter. He was preceded in death Grand' player piano, listening ioJim Nabors
.dates or events~; asking for the Judgmentor decision-maldking. The Alzheimer's Caregiver by his wife of 56"years, Lynn Fillmer Dresher. albums ,and the Grand Ole Opry. Stage plays, same- information over and For example, they may SuprtGroup for Nassau His life long love of music, remained with sucdh as Camelot with Richard Burton andJulie
over; relying memory'ides poor judgment when dealing County ets the third him until his death, as he continued to play his Aridrews, were a passion of hers. She was an
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reminder notes or elec- with money, giving large Thursday each month. The upright bass and attend annuallythereunion of avid tpllector of dolls.
ronic devices) or family mem- -amoupts to telemarketrs. December meeting will be his ,beloved Auburn Knights Band. Preceding her in death are her husbands,
th eyused n field at the Council pn Aging Frede ck-Dean Funeral Home is directing. Lloyd H. Aaker and Robert "Bob" IsraeL

-oend esk.emberFf72:34 d 21naeom f r leaves indom eter,
Sa Tineting isoperr to-th Fr'ederick Dean ic t o M! M lllen dr, ~t indghach,
orge ting n ames or appoint- bad decisio nce ina le pulic and everyone is invited OpelikaAla FL, Sandra Lee Wheler (Robert), Brentwood,
ments, but remembering them 9. Withdrawalfrom \ork to attend. For information call CA, Cheryl Kay Jones, Weirsdale, FL, a son,
later. or social activities. A person Debra Dombkowski, LPN, at Hubert Ray Fletcher Samuel Markum Israel, Brentwood, CA, three
2. Challenges in planning with Alzheier's may sthrtto 2610701. grandchildren, Amy and Eric Wheeler andr
or solving problems. Some remove theinselvesfrom hb- Hubert. Ray Fletcher, 77, passed away Joshua Jones as well as a great-graridson.
people may experience bies, soc ctiities, o S Saturday .evening, December 7,2013 at his Funeral services will be held from the grave
changes in their ability, to projects orisprts. Thtibeaiay The Nassau County Public Yulee, FL residence while surrounded by his side, as Mrs. Israel is laid to rest beside hir husdevelop and follow a plan or have trouble keeping up with -Library System willbe closed family. band,in Sacrament.YValley National Cemetery,
Work with numbers. They may a favorite team or remember- Tuesday, Dec. 24, Wedneday, He was born October 30, 1936 in Poca, WV Dixon, CA.
:have trouble followingafamil inghow to compete a favorite: Dec. 25, and Wednesday, Jan. andmoved to Yuleeid979from Ft. [auderdale, Please share her life story at www.oxleyiar recipe or keeping track of hobby. L. in observance of the holiday FL he. .' ,; '
monthly bills. What's yial: Sometimes .~' Mr. Fletcher was a devoted husband, father Oxley-Heard FuneralDirectors
What's typical: Making feeling weaiy ofwork, family Mfi and grandfather. He enjoyed NASCAR racing
The Fernanin Beach Roai
occasional errors when bal- and social blitios. The Fernandina Beach and driving emi trucks and a e
ancing a checkbook. 10. Changes in mood and Rotary Club announces the he was very mechanically Ronal Waler in
3. Difficulty completing personality.Theycanbecome -return oft arlem Amba inclined. 'Ronald Walter King, 58, of Yulee, Florida
Difficulty~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ copeig proaiyihycnHre~Abs' He is survived by his wife' passed awyoren"a, eebr421
familiar tasks at home, at work confused,-suspicious, depres- ador~basketb all team 'on Feb. He issurvived byhis wife passed awayonWedndy, December 4, 2013
or at leisure. People with sed, fearful or anxious. .They' 28 atl pm. when th akee on of 52 years, Vondena Bowles,'. at UFHealth in Jacksofiville, Florida as aresult
: ~ ~ ~ a thre fro leisuis's.ta Pepe ih-y.cerhloe'naosThyc'c... ':..
Alzheimer's often find it had may be easilyupsetat home, at' the Nasau N ts in a family Fletcher, of Yulee, FL; three from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accito complete daily tasks. work- with friends or in places' friendly evening basketball daughters, Kimberly Carter dent.:
Sometimes, people may have where they are out of their how'anship 'inthe of Yulee, FL, Kelly Fletcher, Ronald wasborn onApril 6,1955inPaterson
trouble driving to a familiar -comfort zone. ' Fernandii~aBeach High also of Yulee, and Michelle City, NewJersey. Heispreceded in death by his
location, managing a budget What's typical: Developing Sho~ gymnasium. Bazemore(Marvin) of Warner Robbins, GA; a pares, James and Alice King. Ronald attendat work orrememberin the very specifiways o doing N sat Nets team will -sister,Ruth Ann Craddock oim) of Harman, edhigh school in Orange Park and after wards
rules of a favorite game. 'things and becoming irritable incidlocal teachers,. coach- WV; twod grandsons, Zachary, Harrison (Kayla) -went oh to servein the United 'States Army
What's typical: Occasion- .when a routine is disrupted. es, firstresponders;pastors and Hunter Harrison; two great-grandsons, where he served in Vietnam. Ronnie wasvery
.-... ,,.. and other c&mmunity,.leaders. Noah and E li Harrison; and several niecesand kind and avery honest man.
Enjoy music, interactive nephews. ': ,is survived by his wifeof 32 years, Pamela
llw US fOT gamnes'for children, prizes, Funeral Services will be held at 3:00 p.m. Rodgers King, his son Daniel (Michelle) King,
snacks, beverages and more. Thursday, December 12, in the Stephens Chapel daughter Holly; his grandchildren, Ian, Leland, A Festival of -All proceeds'go to fund the at Green Pine Funeral Home with Rev. Bruce Jaxon and Aurora, and a host of loving family
Fernandina Beach Rotary Lamaofficiating. Interment will follow 'in the and friends.
Club's Dollars for Scholars family in Green Pine Cemetery. The A memorial service was held on Monday, Lessons; and Carols .program.. ". ': famly W'ilreceive friends from 2:00'p.m.l until Decee ri 9,21 tthJoreCuch
dvanceticketsare$10"for the tineof service Thursday. Ronnie illbe laid to rest at a later date in
'' adults and $5 for~tudents and -'For more information and to sign Mr.. Jacksonville NatiorialCemetery with full military
-'" ''"'". "'' will be on sale soon. Contact Fletcher's online register book please visit the honors.. -'
SSean McGillat 556.4225 or Green Pine website at www.greenpinefurer- In 'lieu of flowers the family is requesting
...r" seanpmcgill@hotnaiLcom or alcom. .'-' 'that donations be made to Wounded Warrior
sut w .fer.andi abeachro- : GreenPineFuneralHome. Project. The family would like 'o thank the
taylbog- Jouripey Church for their love and-support
.'Wil Spe ray J" Etemrty Funeral Home & Crenianory -Nassau
l.1 lt.on spence "Captan ily" Gray, Jr.
..UNTED.C lsePY, INC. ed away on December 9DEATH NOTICES
i 77-449 2013/ in Tallahsse Billy was,,
4bor99 inSan Francisco on rs 30MDea,72, Yulee, died on Sunday,
14 8Atlantc Father's Day in 1945, and Dec. 8, 2013. A celebration of her life will be
grew up in Warwick, Rhode held on Friday, Dec. 13 at 2 p.m. from the
Island, when his parents chapel of Eternity Funeral Home in Yulee.
Wilton Gray, Sr. and Anna EternityFuneralHomes& Cremations-Nassau
511 Ash Street Fernantina Beach, FL 32034 Doris Brennan Gray returned Mrs. Gladys Eisler, 95, Amelia Island,
(904) 2613696 Fax 261-3698 back east. Billy learned to race died on Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.
NE W S Website for email addresses: Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors
Eeaco n Jeffrey C. Haas, 57, Fernandina Beach,
The News-LeederIs published every Wednaesday and Fnday by The Femandina The d Beach Neweteeder,.511 Ash Street, P.O. Box 16766, Femandina Beach, FL 32094. r.'Oxley-Heard Funeral Direcors
P rod icasi n lag pa id a t F m andinan B each F a.(U SP S 8 9400) ISS N # 016 3-4 1 R producton s of th e co t n iof this l T h e F ern and in a B each I nd a J HP er se y, Y ulee died on T h ursday ,
publication in whole orin part without written permission from the publisher are prohibited.3
POSnMASTER: end address chages to: News-Leader, P0. Box 16766, Femarlna Beach, FL 32035. The'News- 5 Com ssion approved opening December5, 2013. Private family services and Leader may only be sold by persons or businesses authorized b the publisher or circulation director.' Jasmine Street from Eighth Street interment will be held in Green Pine Cemetery.
NOTICE TOADVE'lSERS: The News-Leader assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertis- EARS to Fletcher Avenue, through Egans Green PineFuneralHome
ing.Whenriotifiedpromptlyhepartoftheadveremeniin Michhetypographca rrorwappeauuwlberepnted.AIadver- Creek marsh and the city dump -- Mr. John Thompson, 68, formerly' of Using lsujet to the approval of the publisher. The News-Leader reserves the hto correctly clamly, edit or delee any Jacksonville and Duth Ga. died on Friday,
objectionable wording or elect'he advertisement ils entirely at any time priorto scheduled publication If it is determined that area.
the advertisementor any part thereof ls contrary to the general standard of advertising ceptance. December12, 1963 Dec. 6, 2013. Memorial services will be at 1 p.m.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,, An Emma Love-Elementary on Saturday, Dec. 14 in the Burgess Chapel of
IVMail in Nassau County $39.99 CN ,,,,, School teacher was found shot to Oxley-Heard Funeral Home, Fernandina Beach.
Mail out of Nassau County ............. $9.99 YER S death off Burney Road near -Oxley-HeardFuneralDirectors
M u N o y .9S American Beach, sending shock- _--_
NEWS DEADLINES ADVERTISING DEADLINES waves through the community. i
Community News: Church Notes: ' WEDNESDAY NEWS-LEADER FRIDAY NEWS-LEADER December 11,1986
Monday, 5p.m. Monday, 5p.m. Claseifled Ads: Monday, 5:00 p.m.' Wednesday, 5:00 p.m. tf High winds toppled the city's 27-'
Letters to the editor: People and Places: Classlfled Dlspliyf: Friday, 3 p.m. Tu~eday, 5 p.m. foot cedar Christmas tree at Front
Monday, 12 p.m. Thursday,3 p.m. Legal Notices; Friday, noon N/A j Needs volunteers to hel Nassau county
Retail Advertlslng: Friday, 3 p.m. Tuesday, 3 p.m. YERS ofa cookatBrett's WaterwayCaf. man .i nees a water
*Monday holidays the Classified deadline wII be Friday at 5p.m. December 12, 2003 Call: 904.261 .7000 for more info

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News Leader
The county and city are
planning to keep close tabs
on each other during the renovation of the Fernandina
Beach branch of the Nassau
County Uibraries.
Under terms of the agreement, the two sides must use certified mail or FedEx to correspond with each other
about the renovation. And fur- r
ther, the mail must be signed .
for by County Manager Ted raisng74 of the os$t4miliangefr 6mh
Selby and City Manager Joe Friends of the Library (FOL) ldbrateso a wi
1p o e e sOfthe Fernandina Beac.- U ,,- 6 :io of a new . .
Gerrity, though it's likely that needed improvements of the Fernaisti ruae will follow. With your continuedsupo b~ their respective staff mem- soon and renovaton of the existing i ready forthe Grand y bers will sign for the docu- technology and collectionupgrades will be dy for teaOpen ments on their behalf To eure that this goal is reached, please consider making a gift or cni s o"'
overseeing construction, with a named holiday gift for the Library. ing opportttes G-errity is project manager... .
though theverseein agreement following Of course, any gift is greatly appreciated: though the, agreement
requires that the- county Meeting Room Chair-$ 150
approve any changes to con- Computer Chairs, Small -Tables -$300 &Up"
struction before they're Computer-$1000
made. Youth Room 0Tharirbi- n har,*100.J,
And, if the building is dam- *" Srt Ro "o 00, P,~g- "e i %I>0&.
aged by fireor storms that "MARY MAGUIRE/NEWS-LEADER
make it unusable for more Friends of the library.takes credit in a fundraising Christmas tard for raising "74 than 90 days, the county can percent of the project's $2.4 million goal" for a renovated city library branch, both PHOTOS BY MARY MAGUIRE/NEWSLEADER
cancel its 20-year lease agree- numbers that raised the ire of Nassau County Commissioner Steve'Kelley, who won- Steve Kelley, with the Friends of the library holiday ment with the city. dered where they came from. .greeting card regarding the planned library renovation
Plans call for a 5,000- project. The cardsuggests the group raised $1.7 million
square-foot addition and for t1hi downtown facility's renovation.
u1,500-square-foot atrium with e i
butterfly garden. Officials say the library renNo start date on the proj- .. ovation is expected to cost
ect has been announced. Cntinud from 1. $1,460,377.,No start date has
The county and city are Both the county and city been announced.
Providing $600,000 each for have committed $600,000:to the Under terms of thedeal, the
Cost of construction, esti- .T 1 library overhaul. Friends of the city irresponsible for any cost
mated at $1.46 million; with G ILibrary has committed overruns. County officials have
, the nonprofit 'Friends of the V I 00,0for theproject though maei6t clear that theyare not
Library raising funds for the fundraisipg efforts continue. contributing any more money
balance of construction, fur- MARY MAGUIRE a table and chairinthe youth to name on the list? All I'm trying to sy is that to the project.
nishings and any additional News-Leader room and technology area? Accordingto6thecard, nam- we're' entering into an agree- Friend's of the Library
costs that might arise. ,. That's $1,000and up. ing opportunities are not lim- ment knowing we don't htve h organizers have publicly agreed
mmaguire@jbnewsleadercom Need help finding the per- Service desks, the passport ited to the seven items men- enough money," said Kelley to cover anycost overruns. But
fect holiday gift? How about a 'desk, kiosks and seats and tioned on the card. In fact, "That bothers me." there also have been assur$5,000 bookcase? tables for reading are $2,000 naming 'opprtunitiesare open He voted no, again, at the ances that theprojectkon'tgo
The Friends of the and up. for discussion... meeting to block the agree- over budget.
Fernandina Beach Library, Abookcase costs $5,000to "Ofcourseanygift isgreat-. ment. But the final version of "I just don't believe that,"
suggests.recognizing some-. name, while a room, collection ly appreciated," reads the the' interlocal agreement said Kelley. "I thinkwe could al A change in leader- one this season with a named area and centers are listed at card. between the city and county truly be embarrassed before
hipis coming in Januar holiday gift for the library. $25,000 and up. Maybe, even, a6book. governments passed in a 4 to 1 this is all over."
ttheNssucouty The nonprofit group tasked Don'tseean itemyouwant mmaguire@fbnewsleadercom vote.- mmaguire@fbnewsleadercom
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Si'brina Peck, center, bar manager of Slider's Seaside Grill, for winning Best Dressed re c e n t codes regarding permitting, Yulee, the closing of the post
Bloody Mary and third in the nation for Best Bloody when she competed in the closings of density, etc. Businesses can opt office would mean fewer people
Absolut Vodka and Thrillist contest for America's Best Bloody at the New York City O'Kane's to move outside of the city, or to coming downtown.
Wine and Food Festival on Oct.20. Cason Zylinski general manager ofthe oceanfront Steve Irish Pub Yulee. While tourists truly enjoy
dining and tiki bar at 1998 South Fletcher-Ave., is at right. George Stewart, owner of Nicklas and other And if you look'outside of the downtown corridor, you
Sliders, said, "We were thrilled to win third in the entire nation, and to see the thou- ....- restau downtown along other city wonder if mostof them are just
hands of votes by the local and online community for Sibrina's recipe pay off. The cast rants and business corridors like South milling about-or actually buyof Chopped are some of the most recognized and prestigious food judges, and to also STEVE'S stores on Eighth Street or Sadler Road ing.-Are they doing a lot of
*in Best Dressed which showed off our coastal flavor with local shrimp as a garnish MARKET C e n tr e the picture looks more bleak. drinking and eating and shopwas an honor." The winningSliders SeasideAbsolut Redtide is at below. For more PLACE St r eet. There are too many empty ping?
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ventive care to general dentistry and restora-' obtain this designation," said Carlene The problem in all negotia- wrote "The dream come true, and once we tion. .McDuffie. "These classes are approximately:
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example, in company/union ating his The "downside" and differ- ed access to high-quality dental care and edu- announced the newest addition to the sales
negotiations, most times our objectives ent value systems are what cation. team, Ellen oulding Myers. Shestarted her
main objectives were increas- from other make negotiating with the The Yulee practice marks the 38th Aspen successful real estate career. in 1980 and
ing productivity and profitabil.i- COAC 'S writers, he Iranians so tricky. We would like Dental-branded location in Florida, a state obtained her Brokers license in 1984. She ty but also labor peace, as CORNER made the them to give up their nuclear where 55 out of 67 Of thecounties have dental has achieved an annual sales volume of $25
strikes were verydamaging. On '....... observation aspirations in return for our side health professional shortage areas as desig- million in the South Florida market, said
the other hand, while the union that he left. dropping the economic sanc- nated by the U.S. Department of Health and Director of Real Estate Sales and Marketing
didn't care much about our prof- Howard Wall Street to lions which will provide them Human Services. Debbie Gericke.
itabilityand productivity, they Pines write, not to with opportunity tosolve some i Aspen Dental will provide comprehensive
did want their ranks/dues to make a point economic problems and live exams, hygiene services, treatment of peri- ax
grow, and if this was to happen or to make a lot of money, but to productively and peacefully with odontal (gum) disease, extractions, fillings, GlobalJax has announced its 2014 board it was necessary that we suc- be free to tell a good story. their neighbors. However, while oral surgery, whitening, dentures and crown of directors. Among them are Miriam cessfully stayed in business. While at Salomon Brothers, to obviouslyone of their objectives and bridge work. The office features digital Sowinski, who lives in Fernandina Beach. Therefore, since labor peace the chagrin of his bosses, he is to get rid of the economic radiography'and offers advanced screening GlobalJax is a 501(c)(3) fnoniprofit organ!did have an attraction, we usu-'. wrote an article about how over- sanctions, suppose their bigger for oral cancer. zation working to create a more vibrant,
ally found common ground. paid his fellow traders were. objective is retaining the ability To make an appointment, patients can call inclusive and international Jacksonville.
On the other hand, some- Obviously his objectives and to have a nuclear capability so as (904) 849-5639 or 800-ASPEN DENTAL (800- GlobalJax serves NortheastFl6rida by times in negotiations, especial- the firm's objectives were not to dominate rather than live 277-3633) or visit www.aspendental.conm. promoting its internationalcommunity. It lywhen politicians are involved, aligned. peaceablywith their neighbors. l provides an international resouce database,
the negotiators' main objective My sense has always been Unlike most other negotiations, ""1 L t calendar of international events and the
isto look good. In this regard, that all discussions are inreali- the "downside" of a aiscalcu- Palm III Realty Inc. has announced agent capacity tobuild partnerships offering interthey utilize devices or strate-, ty negotiations and that when lation for us, their neighbors Norman Watson completed his courses for national visitors access to local professionals gies that are more illusory than different value systems are in and the Isrealis is so cata- Graduate Realtor Institute (GRI) on Oct. 30. and cultural experiences that promote lasting real in regard to the results. play, even very smart people strophic'thatwe cannot risk an Earning the GRI designation is a way to global connections., One tactic whit h is now coming can'be surprised. For example, agreementwithout the absolute back to haunt both sides in I became involved with two ability to both verify and premunicipal negotiations is the business associates who did not vent Iran from disregarding its use of projections regarding the know each other real well but obligations once it gets rid of increase in pensions to reach had agreed to participate in pur- the sanctions. In addition, we an agreement. For example, the chasing a business that was hay- : have to hope our politicians' teachers''uniortaccepts atoken ing problems. One of the busi- main objective is getting the or no raise in wages in return ness associates had extremely right deal rather than looking fr:a big jump in pension bene- high and rigid standards. She good. L '
fits. The municipal negotiators, alwaysfocused on winning and Amelia Island,,'resident .A based on estimated actuarial the bottom line,-She demanded Howard Pines has more than. 30 projections in the stock market, the most qualified and experi- years experience as CEO, chairreport that they will not have enced individuals be involved, man andfounderofBeamPines, to make contributions to fund and never worried ifaless qutal a premierfirm in the Executie the pension plan, making the ified person's feelings were Coaching businss. He also co-I settlement 16ok very small.. hurt However; she was not a founded tie BeamPines/Middl sUnfortunately, as has happened big risk taker and would pass a University Master's Program in recent years, the projections over the less experienced indi- in Execdive Coaching. Pnr to are wrong and cities like Chica- vidual even if they appeared to that he servedas Senior VP of go end up with a major unfund- have high- potential. My other Human Resourcesfora Fortune ed liabilityor, as in Detroit's associate was much more sen- 100 corporation. He is author of ,
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A recent opinion by I don't were responsible for the stu- this process does not give that matter, to be accused by that Mr. Cascone tried to
John Cascone (Dec. expect an dents during the occurrences him license to distort the a lawyer of wrongdoing when define me as. It seems to me
4) blamed me for apology, but I were included. Mr. Cascone truth or to vilify me for per- we followed the law. that this would be applicable
the departure of two do want to set represents Coach Mark Durr, forming my constitutional Mr. Cascone criticized my to those who choose to ignore
Nassau County teachers. I felt the record who was the paid wrestling obligations to follow the law decision to vote against allow- the law and legal policies, not
that it was necessary to straight. coach and was responsible for and the defined protocols for ing Coach Durr to participate those who do their best to
respond to the inaccuracies in The ind- the wrestling students at the a hazing incident. Mr. on a trip, as a representative uphold these values. Only a
the published opinion and the dent that is time of the incident. Cascone states that I did not of the Nassau County School lawyer could see the.logic in
incident that seems to have Young mentioned The school board is do my homework and request District with the College this. '
prompted his tirade, which related to a required under Florida the police reports so I could Board.' Mydecision was due *Mr. Cascone has somehow
went so far as to quote a Bible hazing inci- Statutes 1006.13 (Zero toler- understand the facts of the to the ongoing investigation twisted this unfortunate situaverse where Jesus says "let dent which occurred within ance for crime and victimiza- case. This is simply not true with the Educational tion of hazing to deceive the he who has no sin cast the the wrestling program at tion) and 1006.135 (Hazing at and my actions are document- Practices Commission that citizens of Nassau County and first stone" and suggested Fernandina Beach High High Schools), as well as ed in the public record, unlike was initiated by the district the readers of the Newsthat I have not conducted School over two years ago. A District Policies 2.42 (Zero Mr. Cascone's who can This rationale is stated on the Leader, by using his words as myself as a Christian would. verbal account of the tolerance for school related invent, twist and present record at the March 22,2012 the gospel truth. Sadly, his
Mr. Cascone was not factu- wrestling hazing incident that crime and victimization, whatever story he wants. meeting and is available for letter is a glaring example of al in his comments and let occurred was provided to the which includes hazing), to The fact is that I did the public to view by visiting adult bullying in its ugliest loose with not just a stone but board by the superintendent. thoroughly investigate hazing request that all investigative form. With all his purity, he a full quarry calling me This accounting stated that offenses which pose a threat materials related to this inci- ed/21289555. I must note that really should work on setting unchristian-like, irresponsi- eightvictims had been pad- to the safety and welfare of dent be provided to the board, this is not the only time while a better example for our comble, unethical, despicable, sin- dled multiple times, by multi- students, and report to local publicly (as noted in the I have served on the board munity. ful, suggested that I have no ple parties, and on multiple law enforcement and the board meeting minutes) and that I have voted against I am uncertain as to what. integrity and that I am dishon- occasions while on school criminal justice or juvenile in private conversation with allowing someone to take a Mr. Cascone was truly trying est. To throw.this many grounds. In addition, some justice system.In addition, all the district. trip due to-an ongoing investi- to Accomplish with his article
stones in a vicious personal victims were shot with air pis- district staff are required to The only written documen- gation, as I believe that it is and his attempt to discredit attack against me, Mr. tols. ensure proper Student tation that was provided to the improper to provide public me. If there is a political agenCascone must have a level of As part of the investiga- Supervision under District board was an email report conserit when an investigation da afoot, I would suggest that ecclesiastical purity that is tions by the school, district Policy 3.50. with an brief account of what is outstanding Mr. Cascone take a look in
comparable to the Pope. and police, the adults who The safety of our students had occurred and the subse- I have acknowledged on the mirror, although hemayis of the utmost priority to me. quent actions against the stu- multiple occasions, both pri- want to wear sunglasses to Hazing endangers the mental dents, acknowledgement that vately and publicly, that Mr. divert the shining halo on his and physical health and over- the board had terminated the Durr is a good teacher and a head. all safety of students. The con-' two wrestling coaches from' good coach. Let me be clear All God's children have sequences 6f this type of neg- their duties at the recommen- ,when I say that this has never made mistakes in their lives ative behavior can be fataL At dation of the superintendent been about Mr. Cascone's and must account for their the time of this occurrence in on Jan. 12,2012, procedures client, Coach Durr, as anindi- actions. I can only do mybest 2011, a Florida University had for the wrestling program vidual. Infact, thisis not to serve those who chose me just suffered the tragic death going forward and recom- about Mr. Cascone or me to" represent those who canof a band member as a result mendations for the future' either. This is about ensuring not represent themselves, our of hazing. related to hazing activities, thatour students are safe children, and ensure that they
Mr. Cascone's representa- including a recommendation while under our supervision have a safe learning environtion ofCoach Durr during to re- categorize hazing from a. and that allilaws are followed ment and even when I must Class III violation to a Class if this is violated. :I am sorry. bear the brunt of distortions IV violatioh in the Code of that Coach Durr and hisfaini- like this'nb matter how hurtCoatita~ahDr adhsaf
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race because single women voted for nature sets in place the possibility for these learned in media training will convince women the Democrat by a margin of 42 types of things to occur," he said. that the party that opposes equal pay, pledges
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER points, Republicans have found the Here's atip for Republicans:The only prop- to defund Planned Parenthood andproposes
ESTABLISHED IN 1854 solution. They will teach their candidates how er opinion to hold on rape is that men should bans on their health care choices is the one
Ito, in Speaker John Boehner's words, "be a lit- stop doing it Sensitivity is not what is required looking out for their best interests," said Lily
The News-Leader is published with pride weekly tle more sensitive" to the ladies. But here, but respect To Sen. Chambliss' corn- Adams with the Democratic National
for the people of Nassau County by Community Republicans painting over policy differences ment, murder is also a possibility, but some- Committee.
Newspapers, Inc., Athens, Georgia. We believe with pretty words piles insult on top of how a woman hasn't shot him yet. Women care about things other than what
that strong newspapers build strong communi- offense and Will do little to close the gender There is not a sensitive way to vote against directly affects their reproductive organs, such lies-'Newspapers get things done!"Our primary gap. equal pay for women, against funding to inves- as jobs, education, crime, terrorism, traffic, the
goal is to publish distinguished and profitable gap.
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will be accomplished through the teamwork of ing Texap' Wendy Davis "Abortion Batrbie" or women, or for closing Planned Parenthood -not that different fr6m men in this regard,
professionals dedcated to the truth, integrity, qual- "Retard Barbie" and making sexualized attacks clinics where women receive annual exams which is the last tip Republicans are getting
ity and hard work. on Kentucky's Alison Lundergan Grimes and birth control pills. today.
though it would be nice if Republicans would There is not a sensitive way to lie to women Regardless, Republicans seem singularly FOY R. MALOY JR.. PUBLISHER stop using sex to minimize women. that oral contraception causes abortions. focused on lady parts, a habit that grates even
MICHAEL PARNELL. EDITOR Apologies without change matter little. In There is no sensitive way to hold a congres- on the top Republican elected woman in
MIKE HANKINS. ADVERTISING DIRECTOR this case women are only getting'flowers and a sional hearingon the birth control mandate in Texas, Comptroller Susan-Combs.
ROBERT FIEGE. PRODUCTION DIRECTOR stated desire to move on without acknowledg- Obamacare and not allow women to testify. "Tell me that you givr a flipabout women's
BoB TIMP.E. CIRCULATION DIRECTOR ing, much less fixing, the real problem. There is not a sensitive way to call Sandra interests," Combs said. "If all you want
ANGELI NE MUD D. Republicans aren't saying they will change, Fluke a "slut" forwanting insurance to cover. about is'my biology,, 'Gee what happened to
BUSINESS OFFICE MANAGER only that they will use nicer-sounding words her birth control pills. my brain?'That is my point. It is not all south
BSIN Es. AIEwhen proposing policies diametrically opposed Here's another tip'for Republicans, just of thewaistline"
SIAN PERRY. ASSISTANTEDiTOR to the way women choose to live their lives in because it's the holiday season: If a doctor pre- The better'question might be what. hapBETH JONES. SPORTsEDITOR the 21st century. scribes itand insurance coversit, it is medi- pened to the party that venerates individual',
TOM WOOD DINK NESMITH For example, they don't like itwhen "cine. The'Founding Fathers did notenvision. freedom but does not respect women enough
CHAIRMAN PRESIDENT Republicans express Paleozoic attitudes on Louie Gohmert making medical decisions for to make their own health care decisions. They
sexual assault, such as Todd Akin's infamous women, though tobe fair, they did not envi- can have all the sensitivity seminars they want, N Community' "legitimate rape" comment. Most recently, sion women votiig either. but until Republicans learn there is not a nice
C N ewspapeI -, Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-19th Century) theo- "Speaker Boehner thinks women continue way to insult womeh, women will continue to
corporarized during a Senate Armed Services to reject Republicans at the ballot box because vote against them.
The views expressedby thecolumnistsand Committee hearing on military sexual assault ofa lack of sensitivity? Think again. Women Jason Stanford is a Democratic consultant letterwriterson thispage are their own that perhaps the young male soldiers just don't need Republicans to patronize, conde- who writes columns for the Austin Americananddo notnecessariy reflect the views of couldn't help themselves around the opposite scend or be delicate about their feelings. They $Statesman andMSNBC.
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old friends TheSpi tof Cfistmas

M yles Godfrey and I-were still in Years ago my wife Vicki and I
diapers the first time we met. discovered Fernandina Beach and in Myleg had soiled his, but I didn't time fell in love with the town and say anything. After all, he was surrounding area. Over the years
just a month-old baby, and I was a year old. as we continued to visit'our favorite
It was inevitable that Myles and I. would "Florida Place" we thought seriou. ssee a lot of each other over'the years. Our ly about moving here but to date
daddies both worked for the railroad, so our have not done'so. Thereaare many M I
families got together sometimes to eat and events that have happened here over
talk and laugh. Belle Godfrey, Myles' moth- the years that make great stories er, loved to laugh. She got her energy from but one in particular that always
laughter and from Luzianne coffee with comes to mind especially this time chicory, guaranteed to keep you awake for of year.
two days. Years ago,wewere inthedown- ..
Heyward, the father, town Fernandina walking down
called me "Nothing.". I was main street when I spotted ZZTOYS,
flattered. You had to be :a toy store that awakened the little I
something to be called 'boy in me:. Wha a great store. Toys
"Nothing"' by Heywvard. from all parts of the world loomed
Then there were ovhead and from all directions. I
Johnny, the older brother, would spend hours in this place and PRA
and Malinda, the sister, a. would tellmy grow song about this"
couple of years yourig era wonderful store and-wha ada
FROM thann Myles. .to offer One day whilet e r _, s.potMyleswas always'pro- ted a miniature replica of a
THE tective of his little sister. I Cockshutt 50 tractor My Dad had
HOME remember going with him beenaiCbckshbutt dealer in the 50 '.
J~~disaoeafter hey boeu. drpie offarm eipn t The tow ofC & ONUkCU/ALMIA(M)DIYRB
OFFICE to pick up a former up in -piddle Georgia in thetown of
7 ".. ,jboyrend of.-M alifida's' fi i .... . ... "... 'i "in : ; ": .... "7
boyfriend ofMalinda's Vienna. This finetractor was built in
who wouldn't leave her Canada and turned out to be a won- -'.Co .
PhilHudgins alone after they broke up.- derful pieceof arm equipment.The JOHN DARKOW/COLUMBlA (MO.) DAILY TRIBUNE
He was a muscular football tractor is- no more since White -- -playier; Myles and I weighed about 200 Motor Co. boughtthem four years
pounds.- together. But the guy wasn't tak- aftei my Dad became a dealer and know'where you are or even if yod mess arnd We don't have too many fom falling off. ing any chances. He pulled out a pistol as eventually ceased to manufacture are on this Earth. Butwhereveryou. people like this anymore, but these A lot of people have forgotten
he rode in the back seat of Myles' car. the Cockshutt. are, thanks' again for my Cockshutt guys gave me hope that there are what we are celebrating on'Dec. 25,.;'
Fortunately, no shots were fired, and Myles Nick, co-owner of ZZTOYSwith 50 replica and Merry Christmas to still some really good 'people out the birth ofJesus Christ. My favorite had his say-. Debra, saw me sizifig up the: oDe who truly uiderstod the spir- here that are willing to help a. song has always been Silent Night.
Turned out, fwas more dangerous than' Cockshitt0 replica and askedwhy it'ofgiving. str inger in need. And' although Iwantto.wish everyone a Merry
th fotal'layqI tsse dafincace us th an .. ca ..": "' '"": ..
the football player. I tossed a firecracker in I was'interested in it. I told him my: Herbert Peavy Publix may not always be the least Christmas and thanks for the memMalinda's direction one night, causing her story and he took it down from the Conyers, Ga. expensive in town they have forev- ories. They become more dear each.
torun and trip over a bicycle. Shebrokean shelf and let mne hold and stqdy it. e-earned my family's business as year, as Iget older
arm. I never threw another firecracker When I asked him' how much he deed wellas anyone fhatwill listen to me. Stanley Bunch
toward anybody: 'I' wathted for it he replied that it was. 'Soi in-closingk, Iwant to say thank FernandinaBeachWe had a lot of good times at the not for sale- Said if I was lucky Most ofthe timie- folks' submit much'to Joshua and
Godfrey home. Myles didn't like staying enough to find one for sale that it lettersto the paper to complain or Chris. You are true gentlemen and Beat-The-Boss away from home,so I spent the night with. : would cost me between $800 and express their vievpoints. Iwanted to wewillpay it forward onyourbehalf himi. Icould sleep anywhere, even under $1,000. I was most disappointed as take a minute and just give a good God Bless You! On Saturday, Oct 19, 13 teams
the six quilts that Belle piled onto our bed, I left the store and wondered over old-fashioned'thank you. Chris Hartley descended on Trident Lakes golf
pinning us down for the night. Hardy plants the next two years why he Iwould Last month my wife was shop- Fernandina Beach course at Kings Bay for the annual
died in that cold bedroom, but we survived, not sell something that would have ping at Publix on Sadler Road with Beat-The-Boss golf tournament. The.
In our teenage years, Myles'would invite meant a lot more to me thari itwould our 2- and 4-year-old children. It had I R O'lS tournament is held 'every year and me and other guys to come over and play, to him. 'been a long 'day and shewas ready -its charter is to raise money for the .
spin-the-bottle with some of Malinda's good- Three years later we were back to complete her shopping and go This time of year always brings Iocklhee4 Martin LeadershipAsso' looking girlfriends. We also played post in Fernandina and I headed to home. However, much to her sur- back memories ofthegood oledays ciation (LMLA) Chapter 542 Scho-: office. Those games won't mean anything to' ZZTOYS. Nick was standing in the prise, when she got to the ear in the '.. when we usedto sell live Christmas larship fund. LMLA awards scholyoung folks. Just let me say this: They were door as I approached and recog- parking lot she discovered a com- trees. It doesn't seem like it has arships every year to graduating more fun than Monopoly. nized me before Isaid anything. He pletelyflattire.. Iwas in Jacksonville been 45yearssince we started sell- high school seniors of LM employBut time changes almost everything. said, "I know you. Your Dad was a 4it a business meeting and she did-:' ing trees. We quit eight years ago. ees.
,few decades ago, I watched as thefire Cockshutt tractor dealer up in mid- n'tknow'what to do. About the time People still ask me if I'm still selling The tournament was a captain's department burned down'the Godfrey die "Georgia in the 50's." I was she got ready to call a friend just to trees. choice format and every team beat
home to make room for a shopping center: amzed. get a ride homefor her and the kids A few days ago I had, a man the bossesthisyeat! With the help
Belle and Heyward are gone, along with He said "wait here just a minute" an employee from Publix noticed shake my hand and say, "I'll betyou of everyone who participated in this my parents. Johnny lost his wife and is liv- and went and got the replica closed her dilemma and offered to change- don't know nie, but weused to come event and all ofour local sponsors, ing in an assisted-living home. Malinda up in its original box. He said, "I her'tire for her. She gladly accepted, and get trees from you when I vas this year's tournament raised over moved off'to Texas, but comes home with want you to' have this." When' I but did not realize how much this a small boy." He was right; I didn't -$3,000 for'the scholarship fund! Our her husband a couple of times ayear to fix asked him how much hewantedfor young man had offered to get him- recognize him till he told me his, Gold level sponsors included delicious brisket that's Texas barbecue it, he said, "Itold you threeyearsago self into. name. People change as they grow Sonny's Real Pit-B-B-Q, Bennett
for some of us friends. that it -was not.for sale and it still To make a long story short, the up and mature. Chevrolet and the Hampton Inn of:
A disease has stolen Myles' ability to isn't, This toy would mean more to changing of this'tire turned into The most important part of the Fernandina Beach. Our Silver level walk. But I've never heard him complain. 'you than it would ever mean t3 me Murphy's Law. Anything and every- tree selling was having the same sponsors included Kings Bay Auto An old newspaper guy, like me, he's still and I it to you. I siniply thing that could go wrong did. It families come back yeaf after year. and Truck Accessories; North plugging along, composing ads for a friend. want you to have it and now it took the one young gentleman, plus We got to see three different gen- Hampton Golf Club andA 1 Carpet
Myles and I will see each other some- belongs to' you." the assistance of another one of his erations in a lot of families and four Care. Our Bronze level sponsors.
time during this Christmas season. We'll tell I protested but he would not take co-workers, approximately 45 mim- in a couple of families. You got tb included The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia some of the same stories we've always told. anything. I left the toy store with utes to an hour in the 80-plus degree know all of them and it was a like an' Island, Gator Bait Golf Balls, ChickAnd we'll laugh again. tears in my eyes and they get misty heat to conquer this task. Therewas annual family gathering. It's always' Fil-A, Sam Pickren Air Conditioning
That's what old friends do. Some things, even today when I think about Nick even a point in the process that the little things you remember the and Heating, Dalton Signs, Fernanafter all, do not change. and hiswonderfultoy store. I never someone from management came most, and makes you a little teary- dina Beach Golf Club, Deerfield;.
Phil Hudgins is the senior editor for saw Nick after.that. We did not go to out to check on the two young men. eyed. I remember the time a pretty Lakes Golf Club and Trident Lakes Community Newspapers Inc., the media com- Fernandina for several years but It was at that time that my wife had little blond-headed girl and her dad Golf Club. pany that owns the News-Leader when we did go back in 2008, realized how much of their time this came out to buy a tree, and she pro- On the behalf of LMIA Chapter
phudgins@cninewspaperschm ZZTOYS was no longer there. I project had consumed and she ceeded to give me a lesson in 542 we would like to personally asked a lady managing a shoe store offered an apology to the manage- spelling, primarily how to spell the thank all of the participants and busiacross the street what happened to ment member. However, much to word Mississippi. She had her a nesses wlio contributed, to this' the store and she said that a large her surprise, the management mem- pigeon and she knew it. event. The individuals and busiHOW TG UTE US chain store moved on the island. ber had come out to apologize for it I regret that I didn't keep a diary nesses that donated time, money
Letters must include writer's name Although Nick and Debra shrunk taking so long to change her tire There's a lot that went on between and resources to this event will (printed and signature)., address and the size of their store they could not and cieck to see if he could assist. the rows. My sons still talk about the directly impact theyouth in our contelephone number for verification.' compete and finally had to close it Are you kidding me? These guys night I fired the le 12-gauge at the unity. The pursuit of a higher eduWriters are normally limited to one letter down. It broke my heart. busted their butts to help a total man in the moon. cation is something that many stuWriters enomallypoimwi bo e le I do not know anything about stranger and then their boss comes The Christmas season has dents dream about, and it is ,a in a 30-day period. No poems will be pub- Nick's personal life but I do know outside not only to support their become so long and commercial- pleasure to know that so many in? lished. Letters should be typed or print- that he understood the joy of giv- efforts, but to offer an apology that ized that it has chased all the spooks our community are committed to ed. Not all letters are published. Send let- ing. Giving! That is why Iremember they couldn't complete it quick and pilgrims out of town. Prancer making this dream come true. ters to: Letters to the Editor, PO. Box Nick and ZZTOYS this time of year. enough. and Dancer have chased all the Gary Haslip"
16766, Fernandina Beach, FL., 32035. E- Christmas is the time we celebrate For these efforts I applaud all of turkeys away. I tell the clerks in Amanda Foskeymail: mparnell@fbnewsleader corn. the greatest gift ever given to these gentlemen. They showed some stores that the artificial trees Beat-The-Boss Coordinators
visit us on-line atibnewsleaderdom mankind and Nick gave me my gift nothing but class and a genuine con- have been up so long that they need Lockheed Martin Leadership in the same spirit. Nick, I do not cern for my family. Our world is a to water them to keep the needles Association Chapter 542

8A WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 11. 2013 NEWS News-Leader

Grandmother Gentry

gets bird's-eye Lane

view ofisland closed
The Nassau County Road &
MARY MAGUIRE was more bucket-list than Bridge Department issued a
News-Leader birthday wish for Pascoe, who notice of intent to begin conalso tried skiing at age 45 struction on Gentry Lane. Crowding candles on a and white water rafting at age Construction wasto begin cake is part, of a comfortable 68. Monday and end Friday at 4
birthday celebration. "I fell and broke my-back p.m. But ho-hum party plans skiing, so it took a few years to Construction Will be on have no place this year on feel adventurous again," said Gentry Lane and the road will Elizabeth Pascoe's wish list. Pascoe. be closed to through traffic for
For her 88th birthday, the Her two favorite activities the duration of the project. Fernandina Beach grand- now are shopping and bridge. The Road & Bridge mother traded her party hat "I'm a member of the Department will replace a cross for a helmet and hopped on a Newcomer's Club so that gets drain on Gentry Lane. Detour hang glider to mark her happy me out of my chair," said signage will be installed for the day. Pascoe. followirig detour route: Gentry
"Absolutely great," said She is quick to smile and Lane, Leo Drive, Karen Walk Pascoe after hovering over phe enjoys making people and Dwight Drive. the island for more than laugh. She made pilot:John For additional information, half an hour. "I wish I was a Rabe, who flew Apache heli- contact Nassau County Road bird because the view is cdpters in theservice, giggle & Bridge Department at 491-" gieat." (and blush) when she com- 7334.
Pascoe flew about 2,000 mented'on his strikinggood feet overAmenlia Island and looks.
nearby Cumberland Island, "You are just great, Liz," MARY MAGUIRE/NEWSLEADER Ga.,on a recent Sunday morn- said Rabe. "I think this ride is Elizabeth Pascoe fulfills her 88th birthday wish with a hang gliding ride over Amelia ing, leaving from the Air going to be a lot of fun for both Island and nearby Cumberland Island, Ga., with pilot John Rabe. Amelia hangar at the of us." wr Fernandina Beach Airport a There were lots of soliles little after 9a.m. between them when the She spotted several' motorized hang glider landsurfers, but no sharks, dol- ed. Pascoe's 66-year-old son,; h Il1 1 phins or giant turtles, which Larry Pascoe, went up for a can often be seen swimming ride next. He is a frequent visSt n c from thesky. itor to the island from his C OSin S
"But I saw my .friend's home in Michigan, but Pascoe condo and she was supposed still plays tour guide. Savannah Grand is an assisted living and meorg support to wav me from her deck, always thought itwould 'The Nassau County Board
but we took off a bit later than be neat to see this beautiful of County 'Commissioners community nestled amongst scenic oak trees we wanted to so maybe she island we-get to call home issued a notice regarding holilocatedjust one blockfrom the bech. got tired and went back from a bird's-eye view," said day hours for, the Nassau
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" iA WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 11.2013 EWS News-Leader

Georgia patriot, American revolutionary
TOM RAYMOND news hadreached Georgia from decades. Our Revolutionary occupied NewYork Cityto await of 150 cavalry galloped over- marker. Elbert retreated but tarFor theNews-Leader the North that five colonists, War roots havegiven uslasting orders. land from north Georgia on geted for recrimination
taunting English soldiers, were names and images of leaders, of In Philadelphia in late June May 12, arriving as planned. Egmont's Plantation while Egan This account was presented shot dead on a cobblestone ideals and charters, campaigns, in a hot and stuffy upper room, But they were forced to relo- and his workers fled the flames at theAmelia Island Museum of street. You know it as the battles and battle craft ear- the first draft of a resolution for cate as the Brits knew of their and slaughtered cattle to the History on Nov. 15 in the month- Boston Massacre. By royal edict marking America's continuing independence was laid before intentions from the loose lips protection of the English. To ly series "3rd Friday on 3rd the English army was housed in quest for peace at home and Congress by Thomas Jefferson of lurking loyalists. Baker was ensure total rejection of the Street." private homes see the Third abroad. These hallmarks of his- (see the flip side of the $2 bill). surprisedby 400 Rangers at the rebels, though, two Brit warIn the 1760s Samuel Elbert Amendment and a string of tory evoke images of strength On 2July 1776 his wordsmithed Battle of Thomas Creek, near ships, Rebecca and Hawke, worked for a wealthy Savannah levies was foisted on the public and resolve through armies version of "The unanimous the stream's confluence with were ordered out to block planter, John Rae. By the mid- to pay for the French & Indian afield and armadas afloat- fleets Declaration of the thirteen unit- the Nassau River (a few miles Elbert's retreat. But a late '60s Elbert had acquired con- War. In one of history's rich ofgalleys and frigates and more ed States of America" was above today's Jacksonville spring storm blew in forcing siderable land of his own, which ironies, the Redcoats were recently battleships and sub- approved by the delegates, International). Outnumbered them out to sea where they was worked by the accepted cleared by defense attorney marines. And aircraft carriers regarded as the first legal sep- and facing withering fire, most encountered a Patriot briganpractice of the day, black slaves John Adams, future president like the USS Lexington and aration of the Provinces from of Baker's forces deserted. By tine packed with 16 guns. The he owned. In 1769, he married But by December 1773 cartons Bunker Hill, after our first bat- the UK Fifty-six intrepid men 17 May he and his remaining ensiting battle damaged Rae's daughter Elizabeth at of East India tea were seen bob- tles in 1775; Hancock and (USS Intrepid, another WWII meh had retreated to Georgia. Rebecca and allowed Elbert's Rae's Hall Plantation. They were bing in Boston waters. The king Constellation, an ink stroke, a flattop) stuck their necks out A DAR plaque on US 1 at the force to leave Amelia- unopblessed with six healthy chil- was not amused. flag's canton of stars, 1776; knowing if caught they could Nassau-Duval County line tells posed. On May 30, 1777, he
dren: Catherine, Elizabeth, Sara, Passions rose and in the Bennington and Saratoga, first be hanged for sedition, and the tale. Ironically as the expe- wrote to his brother-in-law (marSamuel de Lafayette (remem- summer of '74, the First victories in 1777; Valley Forge, some fellow Patriots were. John dition cominenced, a feud ried to Isabella Rae, Elizabeth's her this name), Matthew and Continental Congress gathered a winter of harsh realities, 1778; Hancock inked the parchment between Gov.. Gwinnett and sister), Col. Joseph Habersham, Hugh Lee. Through John Rae's in Philadelphia with delegates Bon Homme Richard, triumph on July4, the only soul to do so Gen. Lachlan McIntosh, com- "... could we have got the sponsorship, Elbert was com- from 12 colonies. Georgia was on the enemy's home waters in that day; others followed suit in mander of Georgia's Continen- Galleys'into St John's river, I missioned an agent-trader with sympathetic but absent (this 1779; Yorktown and the weeks to follow, including tal troops, ended in a duel that would, with the men I have with the Creeks and Cherokees in time) while East and West Washington, our final victory Elbert's Georgian compatriot. cost Gwinnett his life; on 19 me, made the whole province of upcountry villages, and he dealt Florida harbored few revolu- and our finest victor, 1781; Gwinnett, in fact the second May 1777. Such was the civility East Florida tumble." with them amicably through his tionaries and weren't interested; Enterprise, the American dream signer of the Declaration of of the day's nobility, on, either In the spring of 1778, a secregard for their well being. In a The new Congress had no real from 1776 to the present. Independence. (Not until side of the pond. ond strike into Florida was
letter to an associate: "It is a powers; it couldn't levy taxes With warfare west of September did Congress fully Ten dayslater, Elbert finally drawn up with a much larger pity that the people on our nior raise an army. Its impact, Boston, the Second Continental capitalize The United States of arrived on the north end of army led by the new Georgia Fro.ptiers will behave so cruel- though, was as the first body Congress convened in May America; and the term Amelia Island. As he disem- Gov. John. Houstoun and ly, toward those poor savages; convened on behalf of all the 1775 in the City of Brotherly remained plural in usage until barked his troops, he wasjoiried Continental Gen. Robert Howe. "not contented with having the provinces. Thenew rallying cry: Love. Georgia appeared this after the Civil:Wfr: the United by stragglers froui Baker's Concurrent to this, Elbert lands, but to rob, beat and abuse "An attack on one Colony is an time: Archibald Bullock, Button States are vs.:today's the United detachment. Nearby spread the scored a major naval victory in them likewise is enough to attack on all." That included Gwinnett, Lyman Hall, and Johnl Statesis.) That watershed year 9,000-acre Egmont Plantation, April off Frederica, St. Simons bring down Divine vengeance Georgia; which the Treaty of. -Houstoun; but not Samuel of 1776 Elbert was promoted to to the east oftoday's downtown Island. With 300 troops aboard on their beads." Paris extended down to the St. Elbert, not a delegate, but soon. lieutenant coio'nel, then colonel Fernandina, where cotton and _his three galleys the Lee,
SIn 1772, Elbert was com- Marys River. Congress commissioned in the Georgia Militia. rice and the more profitable Washington and Bulloch the
missioned captain in a Georgia By Januaryof 1775 the White George Washington to lead a To steer Georgia along its indigo were cultivated. Continentals finally claimed the Militia grenadier company, in population of British'America Continental Arniy. He left his path to freedom, in early 1777 Catherine Perceval Lady inside waters. Eighteenth-cenSavannah's First Regiment. He had reached 4 million,the year private holdings, his tobacco Gov Gwinnett hatched a plan Egmont, widow of Sir John tury galleys 70 feet in length, signed a pledge of allegiance to blood began to spill'in earnest. and beer, Martha and the with Elbert and another officer Percival (second Earl of and rather narrow -were not George III, and in 1773 was pro- Before any major h6stilitibs, Virginia reel and remained in to liberate the regionbelow the Egmont, 1711-1770), had inher- suited for ocean seas yet were moted to major. He became Christopher Gadsden; South the field for several years. He border although Amelia Island ited a manufactory that pro- highly maneuverable in shallow politically active in Georgia's Carolina delegate, voiced aloud set up his first camp 'in and St. Augustine were known duced bars of the commodity coastal waters. Powered bytwo PrbIovisional Congress and the the term "Americans" for ithe Charlestown, Mass., on a ridge havens for loyalists in British highly prized for its 'colorfast lateen- sails and banks of large SC uincil of:Safety (' war depart- first time inreference ~t6 them- ovelooking Boston and the East Florida Siys one historic, dark blue for royal garments. oars, theywereformidablewith ment"). oilipanies of themili- selves, "There ought to be no Brits. As 17.76 opened, Tom "Samuel Elbeift contributed as The indigo reduction process a large cannon mounted on the ti soon eli ~ed their own offi- more New England mien,no Paine's Common Sense arrived much as any other man to the was manually intensive andhaz forecastle aiid musket-bearing cers, and those still loyal to6 the New Yorkers, but all of us with sound reasons to separate early movement for Georgia's ardous to the laborersi'given, a marines manning the oars. crown were replaced with sup. Americans!" :Such .stirring .from "Mad George," no doubt independence. :Sir Jhn Moul- life expectancy of maybe a ConditionsfavoredElbertashe porters of the emerging words from Elbert',s neighbor read and embraced by Elbert trie followetl:James Grant as decade. The Lord and Lady was closer to his supply lines Oppositionist Cause. Elbert surely caught his ear. With and' fellow Georgians. By chief executive of East Florida Egmonit were absentee owners and abletouattackkfom upwind' Chose to renounce his loyalty diplomacy failing; by April the March 'the Redcoats were driv- from 1771-74, but Elbert's antag- who never visited' the. farm of Three Brit warships were to George III. Why the turn of continent AwthefiJrstv6lleysin enfrom Boston, Savannah and onist would be Governor- 100 slaves, managed by agent forced to surrender, the allegiance? what would become its second Charles Towne, ferried by the General Patrick Tonyn who Stephen Egan. Three years ear- repaired slooj>-of-war Rebecca,
Three years earlier, 1770, lengthy conflict in two short Royal Navy to Canada and to served from 1774-84. The date. lier, in 1774, Egan had hosted ,theschooner Hinchinbrookand chosen to invade was May 13, the naturalist William Bartram a prize brig anchored off
1777 when Elbert and Col. John for a few days during his Frederica that had'harassed the
Baker were to combine forces renowned tour of the American Patriots for two years. All were
n0'ng t4 near the mouth ofthe Nassau Southeast. forced to strike theirclors and
:t."g -t River. However, 'roblems for Elbert's detachmentadanc abandon ship. There were no
'1 4kor "" 4 Elbet dow theinsidepassage ed slowlyalong the banks of AmericancasualtiesandElbert
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This was written by Angela purses were stolen when their between the two burglarized ting in front of her car because issues" with the driver, accord- 3373 Armstrong Road,
Daughtry of the News-Leader cars were broken into while vehiclesat8 am. did notreport of a -false bullying issue" at ing to the report. Police had Callahan, Nov. 28, battery of an from oral and written reports by parked at the YMCA at 1915 any damage to his vehicle, Fernandina Beach High nothing further to report at the officer, firefighter or emerthe Nassau County Sheriff's Citrona Drive between 9 and according to the report. School. time. gency medical technician.
Office, the City of Fernandina 10 am. on Nov. 25, according to Both women reported their The woman told police that F Peter William Dwinnell,
Beach Police Department and a city police report. purses missing from their cars around 5:30 p.m. Nov. 26 she Felonymsts 33, 85353 Tinya Road, Yulee,
other agencies. Arrest indicates The women told police that but nothing else. The purses was at the high school to pick E Robert Allen Burch, 60, Nov. 26, Nassau County warsuspicion of a crime, not guilt. they parked their cars around 9 contained their Florida driver up her daughter after cheer- 67761 Owens Farm Road, rant, failure to comply with sex
Anyone with information a.m. facing east in the south- licenses, a Social Security card, leading practice. According to Yulee, Dec. 1, aggravated offender requirements.
about criminal, activity can east corner of the YMCA park- credit cards and other valuable the report, she was leaving in domestic battery. E Roger Wayne Hudson, 50, contact the Fernandina Beach ing lot, the report stated. Both personal information, accord- her car from the rear lot behind 0 Brandon Thomas Ross, Jacksonville, Nov. 25, Taylor Police Department at 277-7342 vehicles-were locked. ing to the report. Fernandina Beach Middle 24, St. Augustine, Nov. 30, County warrant, violation of
or the Nassau County Sheriffs About 10 a.m., the women YMCA staff told police there School when she saw a blue aggravated domestic battery probation/armed kidnapping.
Office anonymously by calling noticed their car windows had was no video surveillance avail- vehicle "coming right for her 0 Ron Terry Gaylord, 38, 0 Theresa Renee Schuman, 225-0147 in Yulee or Fernan-. been smashed and their purses able. The neighborhood was vehicle." Jacksonville, Nov. 30, driving 43, Jackconville, Nov. 25, Duval
dina Beach, or 879-2136 in were missing, according to the canvassed but no suspects were The woman slammed on while license suspended or County warrant, violation of Callahan, Hilliard or Bryceville. report. The passenger side discovered, according to the her brakes to avoid being hit revoked, habitual, operating an probation/obtaining a conThe 'We Tip" program 1-800- front window of one vehicle was report. by the blue car, which drove in unregistered vehicle. trolled substance by withhold78CRIME-also allows callers to smashed while the other vehi- front of her, cutting her off the 0 Donald Calvin Gravitt, 30, ing information, purchase of a
leave anonymous tips. cle's -rear passenger .side Di&vlgbul report stated. The woman said 97076 Bench mard Ave., Yulee, controlled subsfancewith intent
door/window and frontwindow According to a city police the person behind the wheel of Nov. 29, out of state warrant, to sell. VehidebreA-ins were damaged. report, a local woman com- the blue car was someone she failure to appear. E Cynthia Marie Gordon,
Two local women said their A man who parked his car plained of a female driver cut- was "having issues with" over E Edgar Allan Pineda, Nov. 36, Sanderson, Nov. 25, posfalse bullying reports from a 29, 2747 Ocean Drive, Apt. A, session of methamphetamine, few months ago. Fernandina Beach, Nov. 29, possession of a controlled subO rflPOU'IT The woman told police she domestic battery, second or stance without a prescription,
COURT MRPOR wanted to report the incident subsequent offense. possession of drug parapher"in case there were any further E David Monroe Moyer, 41, nalia. The following report was com- Clark Jr., charged with schemes submitting to a drug/ alcohol ,piled byAngelaDaughtry, News- to defraud,- $50,000 or more, evaluation within 60 days with Leader staff, from the Dec. 5 grand theft $1,060 or more, random urinalysis and follow- Gv h itta sd lv rdt
,court docket of Circuit Court three counts of grand theft sec- up. He was ordered to pay $518 Judge Robert M. Foster ond-degree, $20,000 or more, in court costs, $150 to the Public "our home twice a week for a year. N
0 A charge of violation-of and money laundering, trans- Defender's Office and $100 to 1
:probation being served for pos- ferring over $300 but less than the State Attorney's Office. Call 261-3696 and give a gift session of cocaine, with citation, $20,000. 0 Anthony Rivera pleaded
and possession of controlled N Amanda Marie Fila plead- guilty on Nov. subscription to the News-Leader
:substance paraphernalia against ed guilty to dealing in stolen a firearm orconcealed weapon Leonard Anthony Alterisio was property and giving false own- by a convicted felon and was ,stricken from the court calen- ership. information on pawned adjudicated guilty. He was not dar. items, $300 or more, and was prosecuted on a charge of
0 Ajury trial date of Jan. 13 adjudicated guilty. She was not obstructing or opposing apolice d
-was set for Tammie Renee prosecuted for grand theft. She officer without violence. He was R 1 0
Boyett, charged with sale, man- was sentenced to six months in sentenced to six months in ufacture or- delivery of a con- Nassau County Jailwith credit Nassau County Jail with credit trolled substance. for time'served and ordered to for time served and must for- I
John Christian Braund pay $500 in' restitution to Yulee feit his firearm. He was ordered Crown Roya Jose
pleaded guilty to a lesser charge' Pawn & Collectibles. to -pay $418 in court costs,, $150 ~Jc ail
*of burglary of a structure and N Willie Lewis Glaspy plead- to the Public Defender's Office 750 Ml" 750 M1 750ml
adjudication was withheld. He ed guilty to failure to comply and $100 tothe State Attorney's
Was not prosecuted on a charge with registration law and was Office. $
of criminal mischief. He was adjudicated guilty. He was sen- 0 James Shawn Sisson 9 2
sentenced to two years proba- tenced to six months in Nassau pleaded guilty to two counts. of
tion, with the special condition County Jail with credit for time Violation- of probation being of 90 days in Nassau County jail served and ordered to pay $418 served for giving false verificaand a drug/alcohol evaluation in court costs, $150 to the Public tion of ownership to a pawn- Smirnoff89
within 60 days. He must pay Defender's Office and $100 to broker and dealing in stolen W$ 7a 8L
-$418 in court costs, $200 in resti- the State Attorney's Office. property and was adjudicated 1,7 1 75L
'tution and $100 to the State 0 A jury trial date of Feb. guilty. Probation was revoked Attorney's Office. Probation. 10was setforJustin Lee Haynes and terminated and hewas sen- i 9
may be terminated in dne year Sr., charged with aggravated tended to six months in Nassau $ 7 1 211
if in full compliance. assault domestic violence, child County Jail withcredit for time
E Christopher Douglas abuse: without great harm, served since Nov.. 8. He was
- 'Brown was adjudicated guilty domestic battery and violate,.a -ordered to pay $1,049.44 in out- ,
:oavoltino pob~o bin potctveijunction against standing costs and.$210 was, y Oies.
served for driving while license domestic violence, tendered to the Department of Light or Dark Chdoanay',
*suspended, habitual offender U, Alyssa Shree Hickey Corrections for restitution. 175L
and obstructing or opposing a 'pleaded guilty.,to two counts of N' Conterina Mildred Trou- _79
police officer without violence grand theft third-degree, more 'illepleadedguilty to obtaining N 4k qi2 -7 $ ,$
He was sentenced to 13 months than $300 but less than $5,00..'. or attempting to obtain a conin a state prison with credit for Shewasinot prosecuted on-two trolled su~stance-by fraud and Ar9~ eed '3 TW "Adjudi -titb V (0 d. l She
'$1,220 in outstanding costs. In cupied dwelling unarmed, no was not prosecuted on a charge DRIVE.THRU SERVICE POINTS
a second case Brown pleaded assault. Adjudication was with- of trafficking in a controlled sub- Monday-umday Slam-- 11pmn Fdlay & Satrday 8am Midnight Sunday 2pm- 10pm LIQUOR ;guilty to possession of cannabis held and she was sentenced to stance. She was sentenced to Sle prices notvald with any other discounts. Prlcegoo.2l11I13-12W2613. :with intent to sell, deliver, man- two years probation and 50 18 months drug offender proufacture or purchase and was hours of community service at bation with random urinalysis
-adjudicated guilty. He was sen- a minimum of five hours per,, and must submitto adrug/alco- NO TIME TO WASTE!
-tencedto 13 months in a state month, on each count, to be hol evaluation within 60 days NO TE
:prison with credit for time served concurrently. She was and follow up with-any recomserved, to run concurrently, and ordered to pay $836 in,'court -mended treatment. She was ONLY 14 DAYS
0-ordered to pay $5i8 in court costs, $500 in restitution, $300 to ordered to pay $518 in court costs, 150 to the Regional' the Public Defender's Office costs, $150 to the Public 'TIL CHRISTMAS,.'
'.Conflict Counsel and $100 to and $200 to the State Attorney's Defender's Office and $100 to :the State Attorney's Office. Office.Thecourt reservesjuris the State Attorney's Office.
U David Earl Campbell' on- additio'ial-restitution for,60 E U Ronald Wade Tyre plead- &"Z'/ q/2& A .. t I.
pleaded guilty May 9 to pos- days. ed not guilty to failure to report . -. . 0" q 90, (V
session ofa listed chemical with U Brandon Lee Hunter a change in name or residence. "intent to manufacture a con- pleaded not guilty to three
:'.rolled substance and was adju- counts of -sale, delivery, pur- NEW JEEP
dicated guilty. He was sen- chase or manufacture bf mari- RA DOG ON JE
i tenced to eight months in juana. *
.,Nassau County Jail with credit- U Ronee Iwalani Malama
.:for time served and ordered to pleaded notguilty to grand theft J
pay $518 in court costs, $150-to first-degree, $20,000 or more.,
-.the Regional Conflict Counsel U A jury trial date ofJan. 29
-and $100 tothe State Attorney's was set for Amber Lynn
1.Office. cKinlay, charged with neglect
Nora Andre Castleberry a childwithgreatbodilyharm
pleaded guilty to two counts of and child neglectwith no great 5 ,- -40 l~~ ~
risale of a controlled substance bodily harm., - -+
and adjudication was withheld. U Corey Albert OtsbornI-+: Castleberry was sentenced to pleaded guilty. to sale, manu- S Q lID S i + =time served in Nassau County facture or delivery of a con-, :Jail and two yeai-s probation on trolled substance and was adju- JOSEP+-+ BowARRISH leach count, to run concurrent- dicated guilty. He was sen- + ................ TK
:ly, and ordered to pay $1,036 in tenced to 13 months irt a state :0 +
- :court costs and $200 to the State prison, followed by 12 months
"Attol-ney's Office. -drug offender probation ,with Yu "e L 2
U1 A jury trial date of Feb. special conditions of entering [ 5-4855 ':10 was set for Furman Otis into a residential facility and (0)2

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BEVERLYCUMMISKEY/FORTHE NEWS-LEADER A mature bald eagle on a pine tree at the south end of Lile Talbot Island, left. A pair of adult bald eagles and juve-nile eagles in our area, right. JENNYLVA RDO/FO" .NEWS-LEADER
.... :': .i-[.:::[ ),i[:[', >" JENNY ALVARADJO/FORTI EW -FA E

Tired families rode the Disney bus to their rooms:. A two-year-oldboywas crying because he didn't want to leave Mickey. Our granddaughter Joselyn (5) hqnded him a- wand and sad"Merry Christmas". He stopped crying. Everyone laughed as there Is magic after all. Come by the coffee Is on.'Th AAAA DEERTRACKS A A
Repa replace or newconstruction give usa call, come by, mall usday- n a recent field trip the lighthouse overlook in and aerodynamically situated, Other, 24/7 emergency service. Plumbing to Merritt Island Fort Clinch State Park enjoy- fish head facing forward and Amelia for resldenflal, commercial orindustid projects. Showroom and Counter NationalWildlife ing the salt marsh view and small enough to fit under the Island resi* Sales open to you. We care enough to have real people answer our Refuge, my friends watching an osprey with a, osprey's body. With this light dents have phones." [ and were delighted to be small fishin its claws on a weight and the sprey's natu- also shared
S DEERWALK A A A greeted by a majestic adult nearbysfiag. But he wasn't ral agilitythe heavier bald with me
-bald eagle perched on a tall *. the only one with his eyes on eagle wasno match in the air. their photos
Gternateoal Bulltion a& Con Exchange, Recovered Resoures snag right at the park's the osprey orthefishit was Theeagle chased.the osprey and stories Research Centr Joe's Produce & Dell, Jazzercize and Crumps entrance, a "Kodak moment" holding for that matter. As for atime but the osprey ofrecentBarbershop. Call 277:3942 for information to lease. One unit left. for us old-timers. Well "So Bucko watched, a mature always managed to out bald eagle on site management. what? myfriends athome on bald eagle swooped down maneuver the bigger bird. sightingsin w
I .. .u fAmelia Island have been from the heights'tp try to part Eventually the eagle gave up our area. WAYS
telling me. "IThere are bald, thisbird from its prey. and flew elsewhere and the Beverly Pt[[ee eagles all over the place right The osprey with its fish ospreywent a separatedirec- Cummiskey
474390 E. S.R. 200 now." And, judging from my still firmly held in its talons tion to enjoy its meal. And sent me her Pat
Fernandina Beach, FL 32034 inbox they are right took to the air and the eagle Bucko, well he just enjoyed photos of a Foster- Turley
27 My husband Bucko had took chase. But during this, better than ost mature bald
277-3942 LCS7-GAMPRO06661, his own bald eagle experience 'encounter the ospreyhad the" Animal Planet6ncounters and. eagle near the pond on the
during my absence. He was at advantage Its fish was small right before his eyes. 'south end of ittleiTalbot
Island just before the bridge, a favorite bird spotting area for many of us. She said, "As I go by there on my way to the ferry I just have toturn in and check things out. I was so' excited because as soon as:J turned in I knew it was an eagle.. JIe, was quite majestic
-..and I was so tfirilled as it is the first one Ilhave seen ujp
Around this same time ... .frme Jenny Alvarado also photographed a pair of bald' S eagles on Talbot Island .maybe thbi sare bird 'with a .. mate or another pair entirely,
who knows? Sue Lansdell 1 .. I has also told me about an
eagle perched on one of the tall cell towers on the South end of the island, Other people have sent me emails about their own eagle'sightings $5 9 9 end of the isandhrpo
around the marshes and coastline in various places Sanearby
Most bald eagles seen VAIL ROCKER RE LINER SAVE*SDo here this time of year are
.. ...._____.._ ....____ _...probably transients just passing through during their, emigration to theirhistorical nesting sites. During the fall migration bald eagles take a leisurely paceand smetimes remain iii one area for a. week or more before flying.' on.
But some of these eagles have arrived here, their final HURa goal, to beginnesting. For
4J 'years the closest bald eagle
ENDS nests to us were in the
Jacksonville Zoo and in Pumpkin Hill State Park. But: for five years running we have now had our own nesting pair: on Amelia Island, and Doug Stuber has benkeepingne ,,up todatei hir a s.
"Our" eagle r has t and maintained a nest hg On a pine tree in a gated commnunity on-the south enid of the island. Now that it's late fall the pair is back last I heard they were hard at work rebuilding their nest from th destructionofthe st year's storms. Both hs. been
seen but the constantly sitting~ en s no eggs as of~t 13ut soon, hereshoping
If you wa84 se "id
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peeled to higi s and cell towers and look o~r very laie birds, maybe all' rown if they MAN KAIE ~cin ~C INR EABI xAareyoungstes or urni k-.
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____________________________and tails. Ospreydaresnaller and lack the white tail anid "____________"__________ _.-_ vultures are .all dark fand dif. ..... .ferent in other wa3). When
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Nantz nets

1,000 career

varsity points

Junior Karri Nantz reached a milestone Friday night, scoring 1,000 career varsity points during the Fernandina Beach High School girls basketball matchup with Raines.
Although Nantz needed just 13 points to reach 1,000,
she scored 19
in the first
half. She finished the
game with a
(22 points and
11 rebounds)
and had four
assists and
Santa and friends at the start of one of the kids' runs totk three
Sunday during the annual Reindeer Run on Amelia charges for
Island, above. Kids' run finishers, right. Lots of reindeer :the Lady'
took part, including Kathy Warner, finishing the 5K, -Birates, whoi
below. Bottom, from left, lighted Christmas tree Bobbie lost the dis-;
and. Keith Higginbotham finishing the 5K; reindeer Amy trictgame 83- Krri Nautz
Hilty, 28, half-marathoner, 2:22:08; and a kids' runfin- -60 to the visit-.
isher with Santa. ing.Lady.
PHOTOS BY BILL DICKSONAND ED HARDEE/SPECIAL Vikings. Juli Fournier also had a stellar
night, scoring 22 points with six rebounds and four assists.
Thelejinior varsity lost 38-32. Bree Bush and Rachel Edgy combined for 15.points.
Nantz is ,averaging nearly 17 points, 2.5 blocks, 6.6 reboutinds, four, steals and three assists pergame and is ranked first in Florida in charge and No. 8 nationally in charges.
She made the leap to varsity basketball in :the middle of her eighth-grade season and, with just a half -season stint playing varsity, Nantz was named to the third region, first team, and iwas then invited and played in the SKentucky State Varsity All Star Eastverss West game, where she had 15 points fobr the winning East team.
Not bad for a girl who was actually cut,., from her sixth-grade basketball team.

HOOPS Continued on 3B

FBHS beats Raines,

plays atYuee tonight
The Feinandina Bach High School Lady Pirate soccer team defeated Raines 8-0 Dec. 4, putting them at 7-2 for the season.
Offensively, goals were scored by Ashley Kinsley with four, Faith Leipau with two and Amy Strozinsky and Katie McNeil each with one. Strozinsky also had two assists.
The Lady Pirates kept the ball on the offensive side of the field for most of the game thanks to the defensive efforts of Erin Joyce, Gabi Gonzalez, Lauren Pagel and Gretchen Hawkins. Katie Rojas, goalie; had. two saves for the Lady Pirates.
The girls play at 5:30 p.m. tonight at Yulee and Friday at Nease at 6:30 p.m.

Pirate grapplers grab a third in eight-team tourney
The Fernandina Beach King," showed the crowd
fligh School wrestling team Pirate perseverance as he plundered seven medals over wrestled up to 70,while the weekend at the Rob Kieontay Buh, newly arrived
Bierbaum Invitational at from football at 182, showed Episcopal. The FBHS Pirates amazing athleticism in his took third place in an eight- first wrestling meet school lineup; they were bare- Wrestling up'to 195, senior ly edged out by University Kelsey Greathouse impresChristian and Bishop Kenny. sively pinned all challengers
Raphael Charriez earned and easily captured first place the first two pins ofthis in his Weight class. '
Wrestling career at 106 "Kelseyis coming into his
pounds, while freshman Joey own as a senior wrestler," said Helm swashbucked his way Coach Jimmy Hessenauer.
to second place at 120 At 220, Wyatt Roach
pounds.: earned second place with an
Senior James Hessenauer impressive Pirate pin.
convincingly captured second "'Wyatt is on his way toa at 126 pounds with two pins, very successful year," said aridthe wiry Jade Welsh Coach Helm.
earned a pin and third place Wrestling at 285, the 236at 132. Luke Baine wrestled pound Tony. Frankland like a "mad dog" at 138 and aggressively attacked his' Jesse Henn was tough as giant opponents.
nails and earned a pin at 152. The Pirate wrestlers, from
At 160, Thomas Monaghan a public 1A school, navigated barely missed first'place with treacherous waters' in order a grueling overtime loss (10- to come in third over Stanton, ,"' SUBMrTED
10) to University Ghristian.. Bollee Mandarin, Fl6ridai,, The Pirat wrestlers tok third place at Episcopal overthe weekend. The county title is on the line tonight in Yulee.
"Ithinkwejustwatched '''Schoolfor the Deaf and Blind, __ _______ ______-_--_____"
the regionalchampionship and Episcopal. inatchup," said one of the "Our wrestlers are tough' ger and wealthier schools tion we can find," said Coach oir sights, and every meet up tonight at Yulee High School
J.C. coaches after the match. as nails and have been match- I've been putting our guys Joseph Monaghan. "We have untilthat is practice." for the Nassau County cham,Jesse ovitt, "The Cowboy. ing up very well against big- against the toughest competi- the district championship in The Pirates wrestle pionship.


: :a r(9)he Ho3idays


Elgin tops Wyatt trout tournament

oggy weather with winds blowing from
the northeast cornpletely baffled cornpetitors in the 16th annual SKnox Wyatt Memorial Trout tournament. The weatherman
had predicted clear skies, light winds
and warm air
temperatures, leaving many fishermen simply
without enough
locked up
I I l ----S my truck, I
TerryLacost picked out
my warmest jack t and
walked to the Fernandina
Harbor Marina, where a few
tournament fishermen greeted-me wearing shorts. Later
that morning while compet- A
ing for the largest of backwater gamefish in several ."
species, weather conditions "PHOTOS BYTERRY LACOS S/SPECIAL
actual worsened and fisher- Winners during Sunday's Amelia Island Fish Club 16th annual Knox Wyatt Memorial Trout Tournament, including from left, Doug Peterson, first men wearing shorts would place, aggregate sea trout; John Kashou, first, redfish; Chuck Hejduk, first, flounder; Christine Hedjuk, first, slam; Jack Elgin, first, trout; Capt. have paid a goodpennyfor a Ben Forehand, first, captain; are pictured with Carol Wyatt and Pearl LIundborg. warm pair of pants.
Also, foggy conditions did .. not allow fishermen to navi- gate long.distances, keeping
many of the tournament
boats fishing close to the
Fernandina waterfront.
Jack Elgin had a hot hand
in the cool weather conditions, landing several spotted
seatrout while fishing the
rocky and piling-strewn
shoreline just north of the
Fernandina waterfront.
A perfect cast to a shellladen shoreline during an
incoming tide produced a
hefty strike for the seasoned
speck angler.
S'This trout feels like a
much larger fish," Jack ElginA
said. "This is the first trout
this morning that has been A
able to take drag from my
S"After a short fight, Foy
Maloy slipped our boat's landing tiet under a fat Amelia
River sea trout that looked to
weigh close to three pounds."
Elgi laterwentontoAtdp
alitournamentishermen* 0=@" A> A AAA
with his 2.1-potuid sea trout. "
SCapt. Ben Forehand, John
Esposito, Doug Peterson and 1
Billy Allen were also drifting
live shrimp under floats just '.
north of the Fernandina. .
waterfront and enjoying similar success. Their five-trout
aggregate weight of 8.8- Jack Egif left,
pounds was good enough for is pictured kith his
first-place trout aggregate big sea trout that
'honors. "" took first-place honChuck and Christine ors. Lft, Bruce
SHedjtk drifted live finger Comie,left, and
mullet under the 14th Street John Kashou are
Bridge early that morning, pictured with their
winning first-place flounder first-place redfish.
and first-place slam honors. Chuck and
Their big flounder weighed Christine Hedjuk,
;3.8pounds. above left, teamed
Bruce Comrie and John up for first-place
Kashou drifted live shrimp flounder and slam
under a small float over flood- honors. Above,
ing oyster beds inwinning: John Esposito,
largest redfish honors. Their Doug Peterson,
largest redfish weighed 6.9 Billy Allen and
: pounds... Capt. Ben Fore' "We caught several nice hand, from left, are
reds that 'morning just south pictured with their
of theSafetBridge," Comrie first-place trout
said. "I had actually talked my aggregate catch.
next door neighbor, John .
Kashou, in the" 'Ferihandina Harbor Marina Lundborg and Herman of Knox Wyatt, who was an husband, which was upsetting Outfitters on Centre Street.
tournament John turned out and then enjoyed a delicious Albertine, who' passed away avid local fisherman and to the competitive Wyatt. Albertine was AICBA luncheon and awards ceremo- in 2011. Both were avid fish- extremely enjoyed catching Lundborgwas also an avid treasurer for many fishing and landed the largest red- ny at ArpeliaAngler ermen and participants in the sea trout. Weather permitting, AIFC member and fisherman seasons and was a well-liked
fish." Outfitters. Amelia Island Fish Club. Wyatt could be fouid trout who enjoyed all types offish- fish club member. He enjoyed
Tournamentfishing boats This year's event was held The trout tournament is 'fishing almost everyday dur- ing both fresh and saltwater. bottom fishing for grouper,
weighed their catches at the in memory bf.Roger A also held annually in memory~ ing his retirement years. His His real love was collecting sea bass and red snapper.
wife, Carol, also enjoyed trout antique lures, which are now For information, visit
fishing and occasionally on display in a memorial and
A A .t:;I4;,/J .'p: caught more trout than her showcase at Amelia Angler go to the fishing club page.
Captain Terry Lacoss is conducting afishing dass on local 'FR N Bi~ r~ s 'AT
bnapw o roisntion E,$DIACK: TIDES
4bay, jetty surf and backwater fishing 'from his ne-octo A E 4 ~ P E
Amelia Angler Outfitters" Tides, Sun & Moon: December 11 18, 2013
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COUNTY CHAMPS McGrath crowned

the Queen of Clubs

Melinda McGrath was
crowned the December
Queen of Clubs for the ladies'
18-hole golf group at The Golf
Club of Amelia Island.
McGrath shot a net 68.

The November Queen of McGrath Brennan
Tees for the FBWGA was
crowned.Dec. 3. Due to the
rain Nov. 26, the match had *Keep Feb. 4 open on your
.been postponed. Regina calendar for the FBWGA
Brennan won the low net. Island Challenge. Details to
game with a net 70. follow soon.
The weekly game was a
low putt score. Flight C win- Ho
ners were Joyce Tonti with
28, first; Brennan with 31, Bob Colucci of Fernandina
second; and Rachel Hentigan Beach was playing at Amelia
with 32, third. River Golf Club Friday, when
Flight B winners were he shot a hole-in-one on the
Betsy Montgomery and par-three seventh hole, which
E. SUBMIrED Robin Ritchey with a 29, tied played 194 yards. Colucci
The Yulee Middle School girl soccer team, led by captain Sydney Nadea was ab to beat the Fernandina f first; and Julie Hensler use a five-wood and Titleist
Pirates 1-0 in the Nassau.Countygirls soccer.1championship Thursday. The lone goal scored during the game was wFight a 35, second.ners were ace and he'Itws Cobeen playing's 28first
delivered Dynasty Burchett, anim eighth-grader at YMS. The soccer season was record-setting in more FlShirlt McKainers withe re ace and he's been playing 28
'ways than one. This is the first time in more than a decade that anyone has been able to take down the Pirate soc- Shirley McKain witha 22, years. cer team in the 'championship. Fernandina has In amazing soccer team this year, led by an amazing coach, and first; Linda Scott and Donna It was witnessed by
Sthe YMS team would like to thank them for all of their hard work and dedication to the sport The YMS Lady D drand with 26, tied for Patrik Whelan, Dave
Hornets' motto this year is, "Started fr6m the bottom; now we're here." Coaches for the Lady Hornets were lIasey second Bandelin and Patrick Antrim
Thigpen and Lee Burchett. .. R RETO -.
00PSIm1B" "Igot the ball passed to mor year, theNantzfamily team to reach the district
From lB me and knew there was less moved to Fernandina Beach. finals and play in the regional FERNANDINA BEACH $2/day city resident, $5 non"When she got cut from than second on the clock,;. She started for the Lady and state tournament," she PARKS & RECREATION city.
the sixth-grade team; she but had rio time tothink. I Pirates and led the team in said.."I think we have a good DEPARTMENT YOUTH VOLLEYBALL:
came to her mom, Cindy, and just threw itup and it banked scoring, steals, blocks, three- shot. We have at least three For more information, loq Tuesdays and Fridays from 3I,,saying she never wanted to in," she said. (The shot can pointers per game and players on our team who can onto 5 p.m. at Peck Gym. Players
feel that pain again," says her be seen on Youtube by charges, which made her the score 20 or more on any HOLIDAY HAVOC must have adult coach or
dad Jacob Nantz, head girls searching her name.) At sea- team's MVP. These stats also given nightand have done it. MEN'S/CO-ED SLOWPITCH adult supervision. Cost is
basketball coach at FBHS. son's end, Nantz was named placed her first in the district "All the players on our SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT: $2/day city resident, $5 non.
"She asked us what she need- the team's most valuable in all those same categories team are strong and that Dec. 21 .at the Ybor Alvarez INDOOR SOCCER:
ed to do. We gave her'the player. and placed her on the' first makes it hard for teams to softball fields. Men's division Wednesdays from 6-8 p m. at
direction and started coach- At that point, several col- team all-county. 'key on any certain player." begins at' 830 a.m. Co-ed Peck Gym. Cost $2 city resiing her. But she was so driv- 'leges were already drawing a Now coming into her jun As the college letters keep division starts at 5p.m. Eight dents, $5 non-city
Sen and self-motivated that a watchful eye. Interests and ior season, Nantz was eyeing coming, Nantz plans to make teams maximum per division. OPEN BASKETBALL: Year and a half later, she was letters hadcome from sever- abig milestone. She was just a decisionbefore the begin- Format with eightteams: pool Monday and Thursday from starting on a varsity team. al colleges and she had also 157 points'away'from reach- ning of her senior season. play (two pools of four teams, 11 a.m. -7 pm., Wednesday
Her talents exploded in such received an invitation to, play ing 1,000 career varsity The FBHS boys basket-.. round robin) followed by sin'- from 11 am.-5:45 p.m. and a short time." for a team, points. . ball team lost to host Bishop gre elimination for the top two Tuesday andFriday from 11
A few weeks into her which would travel to play in "It feels really g6oo6d to get Kenny 69-22 saturday' night teams in each division. Co-ed a m. 2:45 pm. at Peck
freshman season, Nantz overseas tournaments during 1,000, but really means noth- Leading 12-10lafter a quarter, male-to-female ratio: 6/4 or Gym, basedon court availtransferred to Landmark in the summer in Brazil, anoth- ing without my amazing theCrusaders outscdredthe 7/5. ability Closed weekends.
Cincinnati, Ohio, where she er in Hawaii and invited to an 'teammates," Nantz said. "We Pirates 24-3 in the second,. First-, second- andthird- AQUA 1 WATER AEROagain started on the 15-6 NCAA-certified Boot Camp have a solid, unselfish team quarter and 21-4 in the third place prizes in each division. BICS: Monday-Fday from Landmark team and con- in Miami. thisyear and they deserve as to clinch the victory. Team entry fee is $200. Bring 1010:55 a.m. at the Atlantic
tributed heavily in their suc- Nantz had also received muchcredit as anyone." Jared Pauls was the two toys forToys for Tots.(one Center Pool,
cess attention as the leading scor- .. Now Nahtz has set a new Pirates' top scorer with five for a b6y and one for a girl) DEEP -WATER AEROBICS
Ateamwith college er and MyVP for three years goal for herself, wanting to points. D.j. Wooten had four and receive $20 offentry fee (aqua fitness belts required)
recruits, she held her own on her AAU team (Basketball reach 1,500 points by the end "and two rebounds. Jacob Registration deadline is Dec on Mondays, Wednesdays, and even had some season Club of Kentucky). The last of her varsity career. With Spence scored three and had 18. For information, call or and Fridays from 11-11:55
heroics; including a three- season with that team, they. about,40 games o~ more left ix ~o~dAlex Brown emal Jason (310-3,3,i;4 a m. Monthly, one class/day:
poimdt hdk-s0hot at tihe won seven tournaments a ,"'weenthis season and her ., plled doawn seven.rebountds _l. n@fbfl ~or)r1'nt $50 city residents, $63,nonbuzzer in 'Lexington, Ky., to' 'finished with a66-1 7 reco r sehoryear,"Nantz should' and had two blocks. www.leaguelineup com/fbflsoft city residdnf.t*Monthly,tWb
edge out a 57-56 victory for Nantzwas named the MVP 'haye no problem reaching The Pirates traveled to ball '. classes/day: $60 city resiher team againstthe previ- in six of the AAU tourna- another milestone... Yulee Thursday They host ADULT VOLLEYBALL: dents, $75 non-city $5/day for
ous season's state ch mpi- 'Ifents., "It's cool to think about, West Nassau Friday atf' 7:30 Tuesdaysand Fridays fromrn 7 one classcity residents, $6
onship runner-up team. Leading up to her sopho- but even more, I want our p.m. 9 pm at PeckGym. Cost: non-city

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PERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Jan 2-4 at Battle in the Gulf toumey
Wrestling Jan 9 atHilliard 6/7:30-G lNe, Trivia & Stats"
Dec. 11 County at Yulee 6.00 Jan 10 at Fernandina Beach 430/7:30 Golf News, ips,v i ...
Dec. 18 ENGLEWOOD 600 Jan 16 HILLIARD 6/7:30
-Jan 34 at Clay Rotary Toumey 5 Jan 8 W NASSAU' 6730
Jsn.8 a t/LEE' 50 tJan,24EPCOPAL 67:30 This Week: T .f#t 'l 'Temple to Sh.o
.:Jan. 18 at Camdcen Duals 9am Jan 28: BAKER COUNTY- 430/7:30
Jan. 22 at Ed White 50 Jah:.29 BOLLES (senios) 4u0/7:30 bThe Franhklin TemlefonShotou Zach Johnson holed out Results
Jant 25( BAKER COUrNY :1:0 DOsrlm 4073;unmn
Feb.'' Distrc 3-1'AatYuee 9:4am YULe HI HSCHOO Naples, Fla is a team foi6mat that .pai. PA for parfromIh drop area 1. Zach Johnson
F lstatattelard FEAINA'S yadsPar 72 lysna1m.soh8th h go'oo wonpnsy
Feb. 7-8 Region 1-1At asioprder GilSoccer 7 288 yards, 72 Tour Iyers in a tma on the 18t hole which got
Feb. 14-15 State Dtaaad.... ... :ec. 11..FERIJIANOINAP, :0 :" .. satd.a d.sil'~ tii.) 'ie .:i ~a
FDec. 13 FIRST COAST'e 5:30 Started ard still hosted by the him into a layoff with Tiger
FERNANDINA BEACH'HIGH SCHOOL Jan id it university Christian 5:30 r
FERNANDINABEACHNIGHSCHOOL' 1 atS Uetrstla 5:o Defending:;g'Hair/Perry legendaryGreg Norman. The event Woods. Johnson then won the e gerWoods
e.1 GirlsSoccer 6:30 rct eio ninnnghunde pa Score: -13
Dec.11 atuse 6:0 WinniGHi Scorei.31-under par. takes place at tiburon Golf Club in World Challenge when Woods hit
Dec. 11* at Yuee -:0 .U~i HIG "530
Dec. 16' WEST NASSAU 5 60 wreslI' 4 Naples, lorida. Tiburon is a WCI community featuring 3.6 holes a shot into the' bunker rnd missed s,
17BOtS 60 Dec. I 'CUNTY "4,45 y
D e c 1 7 WO E S N A S S A U L.3 C . W e lig ", 'o G r n e , -.. : .
Dec. 16 at i baut 5:0 Dec. 13-15 at laN I nvite :00 of Greg ,Normanmdesiged golf. The first round, on Friday, uses a 5-foot par putt on the first extra T-3. ubbe waton -9
Jan)e. 18, -PROVIDENCE 6.., ? ec.,2 1 V15a tl< a sjsln : 0. . :, .. T-3 Matt:kudw -9 '
Jan.7 'PROVIDENCE 6:00 Dec 21 JVChismas,Camden 8ar the modified alternate, shot rule; round two, Saturday; titilizes.the hole. It was orily the fourth time in
Jan.9 .RIDGEiEW 600 Jan. 8 .atFem6WIrda .,. ... 11 _.
Jan.10 at Bishop Kenny 6:00 JanG15 aBrunwick, G. 5:30 bette ball rule; and th final round, on Sunday, uses the scramble his career that Woods failed, to win after leading by at least two
Jan. 13-17 Dislsct 3-2A ''Jan. 18,;: 8ada~aCnd n 1 ru I8ams erBba V t's
J'Datcistr a3'-22 at aletcher5 rule ast y e'n nerry and Sean O'Hair birdied five of the strokes goinginto the fina round. Bubba Wason and Mat Kuchar
Jan.25 :.:Bruewck 10-wayduals 8 last siholts to winfthe Franklin Temipleton Shootout tied for third at 9-under par. FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL Feb. 1 DISTRICT
De.1 Girls Basketball '_________________Dc12 at Yilee" 6.1:0 .. '( 'YL.EHIGH S iHOOL. "" 0
Dec. 14 RIRST COAST CHRISTIAN 5:.00 ".' Boys Socer. Frnki
'Dec.16. at Eage's VIw 6 Dec. 11 FERNANDINA 7:20 PGA Event Fad Templeton'Shootout Miguel Aagel.Jimenez birded the Zach Johnson
Dec. 19 TRINITY C 700 Jan 10 at UnlverdtyChistan '720 *ig g g firSt playoff hole on Sunday to Turned Professiona 1998
Dec. 27-28 J.T. Smith tourney Calleban '.
Jan. 2 at Trinity 6 30 YULEE HIGH SCHOOL r, 120 3 3 GOLF defeat 'Sudrt Manley and Prom World Ranking: 9th
Jan. 6 at RIbauilt 530 G~ls Basketball
Jan1 EULEE" 600 Dec 12 FERNANDINA a 00 Sat, 12/14 4pm-6pm NBC Meesawat and successfully 2014 PGA Earnings $1 109;850
Jan.14 WEST NASSAU 6/730 Dec 16 at Raines 600 Sun 12/15 3pm-6pm NBC defend his title at the Hong Open. With PGATourWins 10
Jan. 16 EPISCOPAL, 6/730 Dec 18 at Crdekside 600
Jan. 18 atBshopSnryder .6:00 Dec. 19. t akerCounty. sa h vcoyte.4-er-l:im zbrk0i
Jan.20 EST. J aSEPH 4/50 Dec. 27-28 J.T. Stlltat Weal Nassau aW d
Jan. 23 at Pore Vedra ,6/7:30 'IJan. 9 at'st Joseph .6:00
'Jan. 27-31District 4-4A at Ribault Jan. 10 atFemandina 6:00 y of the European Tour, a record he set when he Through Dec. 8,2013
Ditrict Jan.13 atTrinity. 6:00 What year did Zach Johnson wm the I ,1Jimmy Walker
Jan: 14 PONTE.VEDRA 600 -'OLUses To m ? wo9 this eventlaSt year. o this place I love
FERNANDINABEACH'HIGH SCHOOL ,Jan. 16 at West Nassau 600 Od684pts. f2 top tens
*BOys Soccer Jan. 21 RAINES 60 ':0 this golf course, I love the tournament said68pt.I2open
Dec. :11 at Yulee" 720 Jan. 23 JACKSON 6:0 a) 2005 c) 2007 Jimenez. Jimenez, wh eamed his 20th carer
Dec.13 EPISCOPAL 5:30/720 Jan.24 EPISCOPAL 6:0 205. 207 Jmriz ienz 2)o Marrishs Englishee
Dec. 16 WEST NASSAU' 7:20 Jan. 28-Feb. district at Rbault b) 2006 d) 1008 win on the European Tour, carded a 4-under 66 65 pts Egtsh
Dec. 18. atCreekalde 5:30/7:20 .(-3stjc 657 pta. / 2 tOptensJan. 8 at Rlbaun 65:00 "sOt durng his final round to finish the tournament
Jan. 13 at Keystone Heights .6:00 FERNANDINA BEACH MIDDLE SCHOOL Answer; c) On April 8, 2007, Johnson won t du nr-par t finis there Jan. 14 WOLFSON 600 Boys Basketball Masters Tournament in Augusta by a margin of 2 at 12-under-par 66. Ji also won here in
Jan. 2024 District 3-2A at West Nassau Dec. 19 AL LAHAN 5/30 strokes over Tige Woods, Retief Goosen, and Rory 2005 and 2008. He joins Hsieh Yung-yo as the 639 pts. / 2toptens
JDistnct 10 YU (in school) 530 Sabbatini. It was his tihst major title. .nly four-irne winners of this event .
FERNANDINA BEACH HIGH SCHOOL., Jan. 14. atSMarys 430o:30 4) Webb Simpson
Boys Basketball 'Jan.16a at 1illard 5/6301 55ps./2tl*tn
Dec. 12 at Yulee 4:30/70 Ja MARYS. 430- 585pt. 2totens
D [ec. 13 "WEST NASSAU"r 6/7:3. Jan. 24':.-at Yue(in school) 2:30/4
-D14 atCmdantgrade) 1120 -Ja. CMDEN a 0a 2 Oneofthemostembarrassingthingstheamateurgolferdoesistormis-hitabunker 5) Chris Kirk
c.D 20 BiSHOP SNYDER 6/730 Jan.31. DUVALRDHARTER 5/630 ._ hot and watch it not get over the lip and roll back into the bunker. Most of the time, 77 pts. I 1 top tens
Dec 27-28atJT $mlhtoumey-Callahan Feb.10 at Callahran 5630 our' mindset is to just getup to the ball and hack away quickly to get out of the
Jan. 4 TRINITY 6/7-'30 -Feb. 11 Semitfinals at FBMS 5/6,B30
Jan. 6 BISHOP KENNY (nint) 6:00 Feb. 13 Semifinals at HMS 5/6:30 bunker once and for all. However, did you know that you can use a rake to smooth Fedtx Cup Standings continued..
Jan. 7 RAINES' 6/730 Fe. 14 Cointyfinals at FBMS 5/:30 the bunker out before you take that second bunker shot? Rule 13-4 in the Rules of laYer aogint, opS:Jan. 10 'YULEE 4:30/7."0
Jan.114 atAON 4 /7 YL IGolf speaks on the latter and states that as long asyou. do not improve your lie, 6) Dustin Johnson 550 1
Jan1 Ky ND nth) 5A0CKs/7E MPRO eSCN L raking the bunker is acceptable. Now, let's say the ball rolled right back into the general vicinity S7) Jason Bohn 32
Jan. A ADREW SN 6/7:0 Dec. f Where your first shot was hit from. In this case, you can not rake he sand because the lie 9) Charles Howell Ill 347 3
Jan.23 at Bones 6/70 Dec.16 BOU.ES 6/7:00 would be improved or you would be assisted in making your next stroke. 10) Vijay Singh 346 1
. Jan. 24 HILLIARD 6/730 Dec. 17 at -illiard 5/6:30
Jan. 28 at Episcopal 6730 Dec. 20 at Providence 5/6:30 Jan. 31 UNIVERSTY CHRISTIAN 6/730 Jan. 7 at Epicopal 430/5:45 Feb 4-8 Distrlct 4-4A at Ribault Jan. 9 at Charlton County 4/5:30 Dit n 10 at Feadina Beach 2:15/3:30
Jan. 14 at Camden 4/5:30 ,
YULEE HIGH SCHOOL Jan. 17 at Balles 5:30/7
Boys Basketball Jan. 21 CHARLTON COUNTY 4/5:30 **,$,'4
Dec. 12 FERNANDINA 4:30/720 Jan. 24 FERNANDINA' 2.30/4 ES
Dec. 13 PAXON 6/7:30 Jan. 30 CALLAHAN 5/6:30
Dec. 16 at Raines 520/7 Feb. 4 atlCallahan 5/:30
Dec. 17 CAMDEN 6/720 Feb. 11-14 County at FBHS, Hilliard
Dec. 27-28 at Johnny T. Smilh (WNHS) "Boys play at 2:30p.m.


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Surviving the holidays with cheer intact

We survived! Big Guy and I shopping brings handmade or baked. So the grand- Big Guy and I promise not to get gift to yourself. Share lunch with
proudly did not shop on Thanks-giv- many of us to our children will get newly knitted anything for the other. You guessed friends you have not seen in a long
ing, Black Friday or Cyber Monday, knees. The Big scarves to replace last year's that are it, promises broken. Both manage to time. Get in the car and take in the
but will be shopping at our wonder- Guy and I mostly most certainly lost. Not a baker by come up with a surprise or two. It is creative light displays. Make time
ful potpourri of island retail shops in agree. We avoid habit, I do manage to bake a cookie not about how much a gift might with small children anywhere, anythe next few weeks. When you think malls and shopping or to during the holidays. Some to cost, but it is the surprises we treas- time during the holidays. Throw a
of it, our shop owners have already centers, but you share and some to keep. ure. dollar or two in the Salvation Army
shopped for us. They select thebest can't escape the This year [gathered buckets of For many this time of year brings bucket Go to church even if ybu
of the best, gift wrap anid have con- commercial. The oyster shells, determined to dupli- some sadness mixed with joy It is. never do and listen to the unique
venient parking. What's.not to love? television throws cate the Christmas trees and wreaths difficult not to remember beauty of C1ristmas carols.
Yes, this time of year is stressful FROM ad after ad in our that are in many catalogs. Bumpy, Christrases past and those no Watch a classic Christmas television and with a late Thanksgiving this THE faces- toys; jewel- gnarled oyster shells itt grays, blacks longer with us. It is no surprise that show like "A Charlie Brown
year we have less time to get ready PORICt ry, electronic gadg- and whites covered the dining room this time of year can bring out a bit of Christmas" or "It's A Wonderful for the holidays. It is inevitable that ets and, even, cars. table. Glue gun heated up. Christmas grumpiness. But when you least Life." Put lights on something in
we will eat too much, forget a gift for This girl is not tree and Wreath forms ready to be expect it the inner child emerges. your yard. Wear red.
someone or get a gift from someone Dickie' expecting a new covered with shells. Slowly but sure- Yup, it is easy to join the Bah DickieAndenson welcomes your that we have forgotten. Schedules Anderson car with a bright ly tUniqtie one-of-a- kind creations Humbug Club, but then something comments. Books are available at become train wrecks. Too much red bowfor emerged. I did pay a price painful will happen that is, well, nearly local book and gift stores or online at
going on. Christmas. blisters from the hot glue. magic.
The mere thoutght.of Christmas My favorite gifts? Those things We have a tradition atsour house. So celebrate the season. Give a -dickie.anderson@gmailcom

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The Girl Scouts of Nassau County delivered bahets of food to firefighters atall the firestations on No. preparation for Thanksgiving dinner. This was a concerted. effort of all Gil d .&ot Troopsin Nassan County. Olank yoil for your hard w rk/, sard i'the girls.. "We6 appreciate each and everyone of yoit.7-The gift baskets consisted of a 12" to 14-fiound turkey and a ham with all thixings-so ile firefighters .could hav&a home-cookedtneal while they ,ybre at lork and away from their families.on Tlanksgiving Day.
,More than30'Nassau Cotipty Firefighter Professionals'L3101-werewording their 4-hour shift o i.Thanksgiving Day inpreparation of taking care ofoir:citizens," said .
Curti Bollinger resident. "llie sy Co haveinadethese firefighters.feel like they are a part of their families by thinking of us nd bringing these


The Fernatndina Beach Rotary-Club :recently welcomed. Ed Garvon ahdBilly .". Taylor of Amelia Research arid Recovery (A.R.1R.),above with club President i PHOOSYRENCOLNS/WW.COLNSPOTORAPY.Ch Shannon Brown.G arvon" spo keabout A.R.R.'s" serchfor thewre~k of the Spanish :i 'i i HOO BYREN~eOLINSWWW.COLL~sPOTOGAPH.0M" ;galleon the San Miguel off Amelia island: He said A.R.R. contracted: with Spanish." G-ig maritime historian Dr. Gene Lyoni to conduct research in Spain on artifacts recov- .
.In an effort to continue to give back and support the local communities, Iowe's of. ered from the wateirs off the islaid. Lyon's findings indicate the wreck was the San Fernandina Beach-irecent!ly donated seven picnic tables through its Iowe's Heroes pro- .Mighuel, one of several Spanish treasure ships to sink off the coast of Florida during gram and has placedld'iliithroughbut the Atlantic.Avenue Recrq~ation center. Imwe's a hurricane in 1715. Using a magnetometer and 6ther equipment, A.R.R. has identisincerely hopes that the tables will be enjoyed by fainiland friends as we!! as visitors fled some 51i9 taigetsin 30-plus feet. of water between Amelia Island and Big Talboi and locals. A special t@ab) goes outito the team at the rec center who were so helpful Island. Its-;recovery ship, fitted with an 8,000-pound blower to remove sand, will with the placement of tdepienic tables. From left are Ryan Mimes, Nan Voit, Kate "arrive in Fernandina by niid-December and excavation shouldbeginooyOnfafter. Russell and Kevin Bush of fisree denter and Chris Ganmble and John Armbruster of AR.R. 11as a contract with the state of Florida for research eoryfthSn Iowe's.Not pictured is Brent Collins of Lowe's.' .. Miguel, with 20 percent of anything found.going to the state. According to Garvon,.'
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Shoe paty Ninth and Date streets. Fainm mad Meet Pongo, an older kitten who is full of spirit He has
On Dec. 14, Nassau SceSa Visit the Shops at the Nat-reh soft white fur on his body with
NAMI will host the annual Dayspring Village, Inc., a Omni Amelia Island Planta- One of the greatest a unique pattern of black fur
Christmas shoe party for 116 state licensed limited mental tion Deo. 14, and enjoy spe- threats to our state parks is on his face and ears. Pongo residents of Nassau County health assisted living facility cial offers in each of the invasive exotic plants. These has a lot of "purrsonality" and with chronic mental illness, serving adults with schizo- stores and at the Amelia plants are popular in yards is a loving kitty.but would preIn addition to providing a phrenia and schizo-affective Farmers Market too. Market but easily spread and take fer a family without very pair of Velcro tennis shoes, disorders, seeks volunteers ;tote bags will be available for over natural areas. Fort young children. He is they also provide socks, to become a Secret Santa for half price at $5. There is a Clinch State Park and the neutered, current on vaccinaundergarments and basic toi- the residents at the facility limited quantity and the bags University of Florida/IFAS tions, tested and microletries. Donations are appre- near Hilliard. Adopt a resi- will be available only on Extension want to partner chipped. ciated to help with the cost dent for a Christmas wish, Saturday, while supplies last with local residents to put a Pono is hoping you will of the shoes. Any amount is donate homemade baked Looking for the perfect gift stop to the invasion. attend "The 12 Strays of $20, as well a,. donation gift
appreciated, though a dona- goods or share you musical for family, friends and all Join them on Friday, Dec. Christmas" adoption event cards; are on sale now al our tion of $20 funds one pair of talents. To learn more call or those people who take care 13 at Fort Clinch State Park this Saturday at the Amelia Thrift Store. Be. sure tofulfill a shoes; $60 three pairs; $100 email coordinator Janet of you all year long.- it's at from 9-11 The guided Park Town Center (Park wish from our Kitty Wish five pairs; $140 seven pairs; Adkins at janet@ dayspring the market. Every Saturday, nature hike will be from 11- Avenue between 14th and Tree and shop our Christmas and $200 10 pairs or 316-2008, Star Winter Park Honey has beau- 11:30 am. Registration cost is Citrona) from 10a.m. to 2 Store for your' holiday needs.
Mail donations to Nassau, tifully wrapped gift packs of $5 per person. Learn how to p.m. to meet health adopt- Cats AngelsThrift
NAMI, PO. Box 16712, stephanie@day springvil- their most popular.honeys. identify and remove invasive able pets from Cats Angels, Store/Adtoption Center at 709
Fernandina Beach, FL or call (904) 845- Select either large size hon- plants that may be in your Nassau Humane Society and S. Eightfi St. is open Monday
32035. For information email 7501. .. eys or give a gift of four of a yard, receive a native plant Nassau Coutinty Animal through Saturiday from 11.
NassauNAMIFlorida@gmaiL A i variety of their 2 ounce sizes. and invasive plant ID cards, Services. These animals am. to 5 p.m.
com or call 277-1886. Gift packs are ready at the and free admission into Fort are all in need of loving and . There are too rhany homeThe Nassau County market and wrapping avail- Clinch State Park. Breakfast forever homes. There will also less animals i:n Nassau
M flng Volunteer Center's 24th able. Bottega by Liz will be provided. Call the be baked goods and photos County. Pleas$ help this situaBell ringers are needed annual Holiday "Adopt-a- Grenamyer makes gift giving UF/IFAS Nassau County with Halo Santa Paws and tion by having animals in your
through Dec. 24. The Salva- Family" program, through easy with gift certificatesfor Extension Service to register Claws. care spayed ahd neutered.
tion Army Hope House will which residents, businesses, their freshly prepared gour- at (904) '879-1019. Cats Angels has holiday Cats Angels can help Call
be ringing the Christmas churches, civic and other met dinner entrees, spreads, .gifts for the pet people inyour 321-2267 or visit our' website
bells three days a week this organizations make the loli- dips, crostinis and desserts. life. Our 2014 Purrfect Cats of at www.catsadgels.corn. Spay
season and needs individu- days happierfor those in Order holidaydishes and The North Florida Land Cats Angels calendars for.$10 and's the resliogsials, clubs, businesses and need, is under way. The pi'o- 'desserts. Trust invites the pulplic to and Paw Prints bracelets for ble solution. ,
churches to sponsor a day, a gram helps clients from the Select from three differ- celebrate the third anniverweek or the season at one of Barnabas Center, local Head ent gift boxes of dips and saryofTalbot House op Dec. ".,
the -10 sites. If you cal help Start programs, Family. olive oils at SimplySaVory-. 14 from noon to 4 p.m. andH or know someone who might Support Services and the Dips/Olive Oils. Choose a enjoy the outdoors at this NASSAU HUMANE SOCIETY
be able to do so, call 321- Council on Aging. Donations box of small oil and a dip that conservedproperty oti ud 0435 or stop by the Hope of gift cards, clothing or, toys you select. The two larger River. Bri g yourbicycles, House at 410 S. Ninth St. to an entire family (large or gourmet boxes features all of fishing poles, kayakor walk-: small), a senior or a foster their 6live oils and a selection ihg shies to Talbot Hduse, a Shop WithCops child to brighten their holi- of dips. Every Saturday;, 2,200 square foothome an
The Fernandina Beach day'seasonri areheeded how. SunriseJubilee Farmhas propertylocated af 12194.
Police Department's Shop Callthe Nassau County their basketof selected pre- Houston Ave. on BigTalbot -.
with Cops program provides Volunteer Center at 261- serves featuring fresh fruit, Island, esily accessed from 150 underprivileged local 2771; email, spices, nuts and more. These Heckscher- Drive/A1A schoolchildren the opportu- or stop by the office at q313 3 are handcrafted in small North. The property is avail.. ..o grea fo4a- ble:foib Si 0i ccais,'
nity to shop with a police Jasine St., Suite 104D, batches and great for pan- able for special occasions, officer at the Amelia Island Fernandina Beah. c akes, as a toppling for meats wrkshops, retreats, photogWalmart and experience the land chicken, or ad theri to raphy ad fine art classes,
joy of Christmias. fO OtS toast for a tnouthful of flavor. wetland education and more.
The children get to inter- AA Stow-A-Way Sto age Get your artisan cheeses Gift-wrapped lg leaf
act with uniformed officers in Yulee is an' authorized col- atSweet Grass Dairy. pine seedlings will be availin a happy and positive envi- election cener for Toys for obking for a hostess gift, able for sale in celebration of rnment, so they understand Tots. Donations of new, they'll together a Grab & the conservation work by. ,
that police are guardians of unwrapped 'oys an bedeliv- Go Bag with their award-win- NFLT and light refreshments Sienis one of our staff and at first, but after just a few.
c -4a.thear po ,ceia.Hiluardie f-' ys a be defrm: ivL a~ ni' minutesoou' herrta tooew
the young and should be ered through Dec, 14 atther ning Gre n H.ill Cheese. Also, will be available. For informa- volditeers favoritesand minutes he'll wait tolove trusted in times of difficulty business office, 463915 SR on Satrda, Cohen's Pecans tion about how yott can place once you get toknow.her, you! He has aiVery pretty! ..Every penny donated trans 200, justwest of Sonic froi will have gourmet shelled your order, call (904) 285- yoll sewhy!She lived her gray and white coat andgorlates directly to Chr -shell pcansrig7ht 02. entire li in a home with a, geaus black moar5kings .He's:g
l desirectly to"Christmas, .,8:0 .,toi o3im;MnT. .an hi- ht' ".!nY ::aotaya ndahl'l:.
toys andmuch needed cloth- day through Saturay. Call froni the fMard. Perfect for the family, but her owners'oved a bout ac yearnd alfold.
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ing. Donations are tax 225-1940 for information. foodie Minorcan Datil PhOtogrphyclass and couldn'ttake he with fHp's acowstomed to living in a
deductible. Send donations iPepper gift sets feature mai- Wild Amelia 2014 will them. Now shd love to show home, but ui&ftunately his
to Shoip with Cops, Feran- JOytohet dlw nades, mustards, mayos, sal- hold two all-day photography you what a great dog she is oper couldn't care for him
dinafiBeah Police Funda- I' the time of year again, saand more in baskets, w workshops at Fort Clinch i she knows exactly at to' do anymore. Nc"whe needsa
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tion, 1525 lime S, Fn- te o gear up for another accompanyingplates and dip Fernandina Beach on Jan. 18 .-She's housetraid, and .new loving homer ard he's
dina Beach, FL32034. Christmias Day celeration: platters. A. "Choofile Gift and Feb. 22. Snacks, lunch walks gently ad obediently readyto doliis part bygiving for unde rprivileged children, Set" by SRSLY Chocolate has and beverages will be provid- on her leash. She gets along ybuu lots of affection! You pan ioTn assau onty. holiday barsincludingpe p-_ ed or bring your own. :a>U wellioth otherdogsandni o see photos and videos of our.
lidpy se ei ~ i i ,adwO, "photos and videos of our <
*Choosq,.' shop and les J "t i permint crushed c andy cantes, Registration for each loves~people 'adoptable dogs,and cats at
low-income seniors -through hold its annual toy shopping in their 70 percent chocolate $75 per person Class size is Instead of giving kisses, our website, the Senior Angel Tree. :Help ,day on' Dec. 15 at the .bar and gingerbread bar. The limited to 25 participants. she prefers to nuzzle and cud-' NassauHumiieSociety.6com. bring joy, hope and a sense Walmnart Supercenter in bean-to-bar maker also has TheJan. 18 workshop, dle with you. She has a fantas- We hopeyou'll join us for"
Sof signifilcnce into thelives -Yulee, s tarting at 5p.m. specialty bars such as the' "Perfecting Exposure and tic, unique smile accentuated ,the "12Stray s of Christmas" of'the often forgotten low' Clothes-shoppig will be Oaxacan Espresso Bar and Compositin" isgeared for by, her long, muzzle. She' .. adoption evebt, this coming
income senior citizens in our held Dec. 16 from 8:30 a.m'.-1 the Sea Salt &Almond photographers of all levels ,- abqut9 years old butacts Saturday at Amelia Park from community. Choose an p.m., again at the Walmart Chocolate Bar as well as ,TheFeb.22 workshop, younger, and likes to play 10a.m. to 2 p.m.!Youcan
Angel, shop for some or all Supercenter. Wrapping day hand-crafted caramels. ,Beyond the Basics: She's a mixed-breed dog, pos meet wonderful, adoptable
f what's'on theirwish list' 'is Dec. 21 'from 10 am.-1 SRSLYChocolate will be at Capturig Your Vision," is sibly with some Doberman, dogs and cats from 'Nassau and bless them with know- p.m. at Yulee igh School. the market Dec. 14 and 21.,, aimed at intermediateand Pinscher and Rhodesian Humanie Society, Nassau
ing you care. For more infor- Volunteers and donati6ns. are Clean Ridge Soap advanced photographers. ,' Ridgeback inher. County Animil Services and
mation or to adopt a Angel, always welcome. Company offers holiday- ba so Both inficlurdeeld time, class She has a gorges red Cats Angels. Also, ournewly"
call 321-0435 or stop by To learn more eiail ets and gift sets starting at roo~ instruction and coat d beautiful brown expanded Se ond Chance
The Salvation ArmyHope or $9. Products are made from reviews/critiques. eyes She's spayed and ready resale store'is haVing an open
Tt:[. atiq ,eviews/critiqu : ". .j" ~e~hsiardn~,ed::
House at the corner 'of visit the group on ,acebook- plants and herbs harvested Register at wwwild to take up where she left off 'house today from fo a.m. to5
i ,h, Z sister attkeip hrwild le..fti mt:5.
...' .- ".from local farms and are. ameliacomn or pick up a form asa great inside dog for a p.m., with homemadegood- vegan and gluten-free.' Also at the Atlantic Recreation family or single owner. Please ies,punch, special sales and :v it the :.f iy r in eow r.Piease e, '80
available is their wooden Center, Fort.Clinch Visitor come meet Sien, and ask us' more. ... ~~~~~ ~ ~ 6 ussio mo -/,:~emdti~i a. _",mre. ,.
apple basket that includes a Center, or at the branches of bout-speeial reduced adopl.,- Second Chance is at 1002
T h Z o. 0 0 soaps, two lotions, two bar Mail registrations are accept- sweet il' ' ,ShoppingCe nter, and all prof,
soap, a scrubby, soap dish ed until Jan. 1 and odnline Semii'is i Domestic :,its benefit or shelter ani1 and nailbrush. Clean Ridge until Jan. 17. For quesions ,''Shorthair mix who can be shy,. 'mals.
t.UCSoap Uill'e at the market o contact Dawna Moore at,
a11 l o.':"u t m u sicX Dec.21. dawnamoorephoto@yah4.c _,.Spou~1'Suse's Bakery has so or or ca904-5564880.
The Instrument Zoo is gramis staffedbyvolIunteers many pies, itwill be hard to uInw et r P T RO E T
prepairing for its 2013-4ase- on morndings d iJanuary pick ktorie. Frot pumpkin Garen l r P T RO E T
son, once again introducing and Februaryonly -.a short to pecap, ch&olate pecan, Nassau Couty Extension symphonic/band instruments commitment for busy people. sweet potato, apple, blueber- is offering a bi-mnthly e- Teensited you can attend or are interest-,
to all of the fourth graders in Orgautizeis hoie tit each ry and pear, soime pies will be newsleter for gardeners and .' ed in the NHS volunteer servNassai' County. The in ,.tted volunteer can : atthemarket bUto make homeowners. lortipulture Are you a young adult (18 ".ices, contact volunteer@nas-Instrument Zoo is a program 'donate his/her time six times sure you don't mis out, just News is free and will be ars yes or younger) who would or sponsored by Amelia ovhr the two months, but are, place your ordeias theseare emailed "blindiop~yevery like to votinteer your tile to 491-1511. Residents In Action for the happy with aiy time give. -"all made fresh. For the main' other-month.Youremail '' supori'tma welfare? Are Symphony (ARIAS), a local They .Welcomeeith me ffand dish, coastal Shrimpiill address is protected; it is not" you interested in getting ani- Volw .Trs ne dd organization-that work! with omen fromtellgver the couri- have fresh" from the boat published inthe email trans- t uals adopted iritotheirforev- RAIN Huinghe Society and supports the Jacksonville ty.they currently have 19 local shrimp, grouper and mission. Hortfculture News er homes? If so, you're invit- needs volunteers to work at Symphony Orchestra. enthusiastic men inchding' flounder. featuresjlant and wildlife d to attend a teenirohlteer the organization's thrift store,
A loyal group of 60 votun- 10 married couples, but really Sign up for the E-Mal information, tips for a suc- meet and greet hosted by the located in the Harris Teeter teers takes 40 instruments to have a need for trore. No Newsletter at wwv9.amelia- -cessfullandscape arid a. Nassau Humane Society on Shopping Center on Amelia each school in the county to expertiseon'an instrument is monthly "to-do" list for your Dec. 19 at 5 p.m. at the Island.
give these student hands-on required an all-you-need-to- The Amelia Farmers' landscape. Upcoming pro- Nassau Humane Society Dog The thrift, store is open.
experience with each instru- know workshop will beheld r Marketis open every grams are also identified. To Park. .' Tuesday-Saturday from 9
ment, planting seeds in 850 early January. Saturday from 9 am.-1 pm. sigi up for the newsletter, Join them to'learn inre a.m,-4 p.m. 'and functions
students per year for a desire. f you would like to make a at the Shops of the Omni see: http://nassau.ifas.ufl' about NHS, share ideas/ques- entirely with volunteers. to participate in musiceduca- difference in the lives of nine- Amelia Island Plantation. edu/horticilturp/newslet- tions and gain insight into the Three hours a week would be tion and a lifelong apprecia- year olds, please Barbara 'There is plenty of easy ter/newsletter.html, or call tany ways you can' help the a great help to the animals. : tion of music. Z "acheis at 321-5639 or Stisn access parking. No pets. the Extension office at (904) animals in your community. Call '556-1176 for more inforThe Instrument Zoo pro- Kosciulek at 548-0227. Call 491-4872 or visit www. '879-1019. To let the organizers know if "mation or to.sign up. .


.KfttWi u I~ tee.considering bringing a new pet into their home at your business, contact Brandy Carvalho at ment monies It relies solely on donations,
this holiday season to choose adoption. 491-1511 or grants arid fundraising to support its work. The Kitty Wish Treeat Cats Angels is up -Between the three organizations there are For adoption center hours and to learn more. Visit and loaded with wish cards for its felines. hundreds of healthy, ad'optable animals that visit Cats-Argels at; There'sa wide array of wishes this year from would love to find a "fur-ever" home. All have Nassau County Animal Services at www.nas- SantaViS'it 'cat food, spay/neuters, cat toys and supplies, their adoptable animals on their website with saucountyflcom; and the Nassau Humane Santa will be coing to the PawsAbility Stop by and make a kitty's wish come true. photos arid bios, and videos for many. Society at www.nassauhumanesociety.dom. thrift shop in the Harris Teeter shopping cenCats Angels Thrift Store is located at709 S. A joint adoption event, "The 12 Strays of' '~- An. ter on Dec. 14 between 10 am. and 2 p.m.
Eighth Street and is open Monday through Christmas," will be held on Dec. 14 from 10 tS Bring your furry friend to have their picture
Saturday from 11 a.m.- 5 p.m. While you are a.m.- 2 p.m. at the Amelia Park town The Purr-fect Cats of Cats Angels are taken with Santa. This event is for pets and
there, take a look at the selections in the center/pavilion on Park Avenue (between 14th together again in a calendar for 2014, and one of people. All that is required is a donation of dog Christmas Shop on seasonal decorations and and Citrdha), Feriandina Beach. This is a joint Cats Angels "model" kitties is featured each o/eat food,-to help the furry friends in resi-, gift items. Cats Angels is a 5013(c) charity and adoption event between the three agencies to month. Cat people of all ages will love the pic- dence at the RAIN Humane shelter have'a speproceeds benefit its spay/neuter, TNR and present healthy, adoptable cats, dogs, kittens tures and it's great for holiday gifts or stocking cial Christmas. adoption programs. and puppies here in Nassau County who need stuffers. The calendars are on sale at $10 each -Local author Jean Vincennes will sign her
0m forth HidayS homes. You can make a difference in the life of atkhe Cats Angels Thrift Store/Adoption books, Poetry, a book of poems inspired by
mefrh a v an animal in need from your local area shelters Center, 709 S. Eighth St. in Fernandina and at Amelia Island and its beaches, and Cop Stories,'
The Nassau Humane Society, Cats Angels and rescue group. There will also be a bake the Fernandina library. All proceeds support with profits going to buy bullet-proof vests for and Nassau County Animal Services are hold- sale, spay/neuter information and pictures the Cats Angels spay/neuter and adoption pro- K-9 officers through the charity Fallen Officers ing a holiday adoption awareness campaign, with Santa Paws and Claws. grams. Cats Angels, Inc. SPCA is a 501 (c)3 Remembered. Visit www.authorjeanvin"Homes for the Holidays," to encourage people To display a "Homes for the Holiday" flyer nonprofit organization and receives no govern- to learn more..


downtown Femandina Beach. announces the following free Museum of History, 233 S. classical concert pianist OE P L rX .S Themes on display include Children's & Youth Art classes Third St., invites you to its Fraricesco Attesti to Amelia
r -LEP A Night, Macro, Close-up and for December: next 3rd on 3rd Street presen- Island for a performance at 7
Collage. Visit him on the see- Dec. 16- Preschool Art tation on Dec. 20, when spe- p.m. on Jan. 11 at St. Peter's ond Saturday Art Walk in led by Diane Hamburg, 10-11 cial guest Peter Mulled pres- Episcopal Church in downDecember where he will dis- a.m. for ages 3-5, with an ents "How I Became a town Femandina Beach. SPECAL E'ENTIS and over the age of 55, call cuss his work and sign books adult Confederate Soldier" -the life Proceeds will benefit the
321-1116 to join. It's free to of his most recent autobio- Dec. 14- Children's Art story of R.M. Heater. Nassau'Humane Society's register graphical adventure entitled, led by Sarah Bash-Gleason, ,The presentation is based capital campaign.
Speca screnig Sanctuary. Join him for the 11 a.m.noon for ages 6-9 and on Heater's memoir of the Attesti, an internationally
Amelia Island Film Festivaf Meditao g p Island Art Assoqation 1-2:15 p.m. for ages 10-13., same name, which docu- renowned performer, is conpresents on the 100th The Amelia Insight sitting FeaturedArtist Opening on Classes are free, all mate- ments his journey from sidered one of the finest interanniversary of the "Return of group (Sangha) meets every Dec. 14 from 5-7 p.m. Visit rials fumished.-Call the gallery Kentucky boy to prisoner of preters of both the Romantic the Mona Lisa. The True Story Tuesday at the Dome Healing at 261-7020 to register. Class war, before ever firing a shot. and early 20th century cornof the Man who Stole the Center from 7:30 to 9:15 p.m. size is limited: The programs This program is free for mem- .posers.
Masterpiece." The screening They start with a reading and ,t o are located in the IAA bers, with a suggested done- Tickets are $50 per person
will be held on Dec. 13 at the discussion of a verity of mate- The Canteen at Post 401 Education Center adjacent to tion of $5 for non-members. and.onsale at Vystar Credit Amelia Island Museum of rial related to the practice and American Legion is now open, the gallery, 18 N. Second St., For information contact Gray Union, Nassau Humane History, 233 S. Third St., philosophy of Insight at 554084 US. 1, Hilliard, (904) Femrnandina Beach. at 261-7378, ext. 102, or Society Second Chance and Femrnandina Beach. Reception Meditation and mindfulness, 845-7300. Thq Post will hold a, the NHS Dog Park. Fot( inforis at 6:30 p.m. and show at 7 followed by a 45 minute sitting grand opening Dec. 13-15, COIGso s mation about the concert or to
p.m. Tickets are $10 at the (30 plus 15 minutes). Anyone, open to the public. Watch the The Sons of Confederate LNII reserveitickets, visit www.nasdoor and include one glass of interested in meditation is Army/Navy gaine on Dec. 14 Veterans will meet Dec. 16 at lm sauhumanesociety.comcall
wine. Cash bar will be avail- invited to attend all or part of at 3 p.m. 7 p.m. at the Pig Barbeque Brandy Carvalho at 491-1511.
able. Formore information on. the gathering. To learn more. Restaurant in Callahan. The Nassau Boomers will hold
the film, visit www.ameliais- go to or call Bodd public is invited to attend. a met and greet on Dec. 26
landfilmfestival.'org. 261-9143. The Femandina Pirates at 6:30 p.m. at The Ritz- The Island Art Association,
G n rClub will host a biqod drive on BodCarlton, Amelia Islanid, fol- Inc. is looking for artists and
PaSSpOItDay S Comer Dec. 14 at the Loop on Sadler The Florida-Georgia Blood lowed by dinner in thelounge craftsmen. to exhibit at the
The Femaridina Beach Gerri's Corner of Comfort, Road, Femandina Beach, Alliance Mobile Unit will be at or nearby forthose.interested. 51stAnnual Isle of EightFlags
library, 25 N. Fourth St., will a nonprofit resource center.for "from 9 a.m.-3 p.m There will Amelia Baptist Church on Take advantage of this post- Shrimp FestivalArts and celebrate Passport Day Dec. women with cancer, answers be drawings for two pairs of. Dec..18 from 1-4 p.m. holiday getaway to see the Crafts Show, to be held in 14 from 10 a.m.-5 p.~. questions in a confidential set- Club Seat Jaguar tickets for Although anappointment is decorations at The Riti Meet downtown Femandina on May Appointments are encour- ting, provides support group the game on Dec, 22. Eor not necessary, donors may in the lobby lounge, lower 3and 4 2014. To apply for aged; walk-ins welcome. information brochures refer- information or tomake p n call 888-998-2243 to schedule level. this iredshow you can pick
The library can process ence materials, a lending appointment to.donate, visit a time. Nassau Boomers is for sin up an applicatior at the Island
first-time applications and library andmnore throtgh * Donors must be 17 or gle baby boomers bom Art Assocation, 18 N. Second..
renewals for adults and trained volunteers, It offers '. older, or 16 with parental con- .between 1946 and 1964inter- St.; download from the webminors; applications to replace stylish head doverings, hair- -. : sent, and weigh at least 110 ested in meeting others with site at; or
a lost or stolen passport; pieces, sleep baps; chemo Yulee Boy Scout Troop pounds to' donate to The similar interests such'as request an application be name changes; passport bags with necessities and 152wlll'h6ld a:cinned food Blood Alliance. A basic dona- movies, theater, wine tasting, mailedby calling the.Shrimp c cards, depending on your corpfort pillowsOfree ofcharge drive on Dec. 14 in conjunc-: tion appointment of one pint of biking, walking, kayaking. -estival Artist Hotline at (904). travel destination; and take.. Open Monday-Friday from tionwith the Yulee Holiday wholeblood includes a med- shopping, traveling, -just to 701-2788 ard leaving amesthe photos: .~. oonr to 4 pm. in Maxwell Hall Festival and Parade. There, ial history evaluation, blood name a few. This is not a dat- :sage.'Deadline for applica-. )
Bring ID suchas, a driver's atMemorial United Methodist will be collection boxes placed :screening and mini-physical" ing group, however it is open tionsto be received is Jan. 18. license; evidence of citizen- Church on North Sixth Street, at several locations along the for factors such as iron coil- to both-men and women. -., ship, such asa birth certifi- downtown Fernanrdina Beach. 'parade route and at.the festi- ,tent and blood pressure the boomers. W i, cate; and two checks for pay- Cal 277-0099". val. All food wilde given to blobd draw itself and a short Be sure to "like" them oh. The'13tl season of AICMF meant. Passport fees are paid r ..local Qharities, If you have any resting period. See www.igive- Facebook -.Nassau Boomers commences in January with .
to the U.S. Department of G loY questions callKehhy Walters for information. "Group and for .additional, five WinFest performances,
State; the $25 facility fee sup-. Genealogy group meetings' at (904)759-1027, Amelia Baptist Church is information email tassau starting with "Chopin and ports the library. All forms are are held'atYulee Unit ed located 961167 BUccaneer bomers@yahoco Pas with panst Natasha
available at the library. Methodist Chur~e 86003 l 0 Tral, atthe roundabout where bNWoeRaCo. Paremski, oin Jan.27. Other -,
aareiski on Jat 27. Others Visit wwwnassaureads. Christian:'Way, Yulee, the.seo- The Northeast Chapter'of Buccaneer Trail meets South WCW nwinterFest concerts are
com or vtravel.stategov. Call ond and fourth Friday of each ., the Nam Knights will host a FletcherAvenue. The Newcomers Club of '.cheduled for February and 277-7365 or email librryinfo month rm 9-1 a.m. New Wing and Fries' Dinner on Amelia lslandwill :ho~t its early March. The SpringFest
,reshet m,, ,,, .-1 WeC ..Din atn ahe Me'-iNewcme r '" monthly coffetl or Jan; 9 at .. seaon.,l lfeatire, members are Welcome Call De6. 14 at 5 p.m. at the VFW rlWtco e on Jan!. 9eaponwil 1 4pr
Refreshments rvided by 225-5381 or Paulette Murrin' -Post 4351 for a $7 donation. ,The Men's Newcomers 10:30 a.m. Women interested forma s in Apri, My nd Friends of the Library. at 548-9752fot information Come early for Meat Club of Airimelia island will-hold injoining the club and wh6. :. June.
Nassau- A 'Madness. For $1 a chance its next lunch-meeting on Dec.. reside i' Nassu G.ounty (no' T.he there of 2014 seasonMenoralquilt assau 'you win steaks, chicken, pork 19 at the Fernandina Beach 'matter bhow long they have. is "Expedt the Unexpected," 1"
The North Florida chapter NassauNAMI (National. chops orfish. Karaoke with :Golf Clubat 11:30 a.m. John lived here) are welcome to celebrating'a variety of musi.of the NamesProject is pro- Alliance on Mental Illness) Eddie Carter starts at.7 p.m. M. Drew tax collector Nassau attend. For information, con cal styles, with such '
iding panels of the AIDS hosts advocacy meetingsthe The VFW Post is located at County, will provide an update tact Lulu Elliott, at luluelliott, renowned classical'artists'as hidingg panels of the A IDS hosts advocacy meet ngsithe, ThO;ac Pes renowned0th
Memorial Quilt for viewing,in third Thursday of each month 96086 Wade Place, under the onlocal tax collections and '. @hotmail com or 548-9807. pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Nasau County through Dec. at 6 p.m. at the Northeast Shave Bridge" .the organizations that receive' (or other contact on the coffee' violinist Anne Akiko Meydrs
30 at Baptist Medidal Center Community Action Agency, 'our tax dollars. He will also' cpmittee), or visit and members of the former .:'
Nassau, '1250 South 18th St, 1303'Jasmini St., Suite 1Oq, IL.. define the percentage of col-, Gurneri String Quartet.
For inf riation, cohtct Fernandina Beabh, free and :!astnle-lections that eah organiza- The complete schedule .is 1
Jenne ttWBaker, R.N.,, .. .p.n:to:+ .. tion receives.' : posted onw'.aicmf+Oom.
B.S.N. at 556%63, John 'Spppor goups for anyone' The Peck Comiunity Tickets are $i15 With reser- '."The RotaryClub of The festival will Mriail its proD'Agneser at26ij24, ", r with 'a mental health diagnosis Ensemble will close'their 20th vations by)e'. 14 and $17 at FernandinBeach is pleased gram bochure nearly Roselyn R'obinsh at 556- are Fridays at 11sa. atthe season with a Reunion the door.'or reservations, call to. announce it will bring Italian January. 5492k molq -'' Coundibon.Aging,1367 SoUth; Concert orS'unday, Dec 15 Bob Keane2774590i ,AlbL. a --",'I1 8th St., led by psychiatric ',.. at the:O'NeaIkMerdorial Wi me i THIS WEEK,, .a. issu,'Oonty-m d ts; are
.. i -Jfl b~ nurses and free"f charge. Baptist Chlrh at 4 p.m. All Nashu'County residents, are 1 2 2 4 5 7 9 10 11 12.
Familyjsuport'meetings, former members of the weloe to attend the meet-S.O .p..p .-..,. alsofree, arethe fourth ensemble are invited to share ing end ij6inth club.t h For'"
Registration is open for the. Thursday at 7 pm.for family i thismomentous occasion "information visit' Commercial Food and . members/caretakers of those aswelas the general public., '..:-"
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Culinary Arts Workforce, with a mental health diagA o- Plse. contact Nanette Autry ~ F 1 9 2021
Certificate offered at theq Betty sis, at St. Peter's Episcopal t 310-5403 for information .id""y P. Cook Nassau'Center. The Church, 801 Atlantic Ave. F jh '" The Amelia Island --, .
600-hour, two-course program Nassau NA1I provides 25 26 28 29 1 32 33 4
prepare~ individuals for emergency medications,' The VFWand Ladies :3
employment in th cl, inary emergency denta se rvices, A uxiliary from Post 4351 will SOLUTION DEC 4
.hmploy is -r c .15
and hospitality fields: Fo -"referr.als/support and toi-. host a Fish Fry.Dc. 1'5at 2 4042 3
Preparation, the first 300-hour letries/es toindividuals p. for a $10 donation. Fish training class, begins'Jan. 13, wth chronicle h menta illness. To frywillincludefish cheese HO 0 H LA ND E 44 45 4 47
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1-5 p.m. until My 9. Fee is contact PresidentLisa Mohn" and hushpuppies, Come out HRM Y TWART 48 4 0 51 52
$942 plus ,uniform. Textbook at277-1886 o, e-mail Nlasau and watch your favorite foot- 53 54 55 56
and tnives provided for'usein, ball teams on the six'TV's with E the class. Restaurant Cook, the NFL Ticket. The VFW Post VAE ALHA AXLE 57 589 0 6 11 263
the second 300-hour class,. is locate a AM K
willbe offered in the summer TheMaritime Museum of Place, under the Shave NEEDED TORC 5TY '
term, which startis'in May. Ameliarlsland hosts a program .Bridge.". R. AL...E L U6 6970
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hold its.35th reunion June 27- .,s.uIa m mn y ' 0'.'.*... TRADITIONS 47. Petitions 15. Arm decoration
29, 2014, with the theme: A Beginner Laptop 48. Sluggish 20. $1,000
"Pirates Midsummer Dream. 'Workshop will beheld in 5 750. Backtalk 22. Matterhorn,
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details will soon be available. South 18th St., for people 4 8 "5 9.*inte 55. Flightless and r'525. *lloliday cake
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Class of1979 35th year basics of thair computers. The ,.. .0 A 'untr. 57. Potpourri bag 26. "No "_'_Reunion, P.O. Box 16234, class is taught by Jan Cote- i 3 'I 13.Franc's 60. *Pan-African 27. *Hot serving,
Femandina Beach, FL 32034. IVMerow, Computer Coach who longest river celebration archaic
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The public is invited to play Amelia Island for the past 10 15; Squirrefs stash Amecan cuck- 32. Intestinal
bingo every Thursday at the ,years. The cost of each, ses- 5aIn 6 ku y
Legion, 626.S. Third St., sion is a donation of $10 to 17. 6. Walk cumsiy 33. iRocks at se
Femandina Beach, in the' Council on'Aging, a 501.c3 7 18. Icdianrestau- pl. 34, *Gingerbread.
large sm oke-free meeting hall. not-for-profit charity. Call Jan r tyo8.guian rsta- p9. Sum mer u.r
Doorsidpen at 5:30 p.m: and at 583-2870 for dates and reg- ple o st 70. Vsily glow 36. Soldinbars
early bird games start at 6:05 istration information. 52 4 9 19.*Cratchit's .Asye 36. Supemars
p.m., with regular play begin- AOvsocil38.eSur bs we ra
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bingo session is nine games Women (n A Mission To 2 8 21.*Typical g hests 72. Fia coldFi 45. *Hanukkah'sin
for $20, withrnultiple jackpots Earn Commission will present 23 D uerstgoal 72. invsh ment e
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extra jackpot on Thursday,. from 5:30-7:30 p.m.'today at .. .- ruler 'org. 54. HI, e.g.
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Th4 Just Friends Single. the featured artist of the Friday, December 6 2 6 8 3 4 9 5 7 1 41. Iraqi money Century 64. *Holiday shelf."
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Ade se e C s sFa y Come and enjoy a magnifi- ble invites you to attend a 30- welcome to celebrate the meditation, prayer and chilcent morning of music at the minute musical service that birth of the Lord as a commu- dren's message. Reverends Advent services with com- 08f Amelia Plantation Chapel, 36 includes simple chants sung nity. This event is free to all so Mary Kendrick Moore and
munion will be held each This Christmas season, Bowman Road. Nurserf avail- repeatedly, a time of blessed come as you are and bring the Linda Green from New Vision,
Wednesday in December in Christwalk Churchinvites you able. Call 277-4414 or visit silence and reflection, a scrip- family. For information call Marcia Brown from Unity, and the Sanctuary of First to join them for A Christmas www.ameliachapeLcom. All ture reading and prayers of (904) 624-3501. Liarry Green from Unitarian
Presbyterian Church, 9 N. Family Experience. The festiv- are welcome. praise and intercessions. h Universalist will all particiSixth St. Everyone is welcome ities will be on Saturday, Dec. Amidst the rush to prepare for i pate. The service will celeand invited to pause mid- 14 on the Christwalk Church ted Christmas, don't forget to pre- A Festival of Lessons and brate the birth of Christ with
week, midday, for meditation, Campus, 2920 Bailey Road. Yulee United'Methodist pare your heart for the birth Carols will be presented on an upbeat and genuine holiinspiration and celebration as This year they will have two Church will hold a Christmas of Jesus; the true gift and spir- Christmas Eve at 5 p.m. at the 'day spirit. Refreshments will we approach Christmas with Christmas services, starting Cantata with the Yulee UJMC it of Christmas. Amelia, Plantation Chapel, 36 be served after the service.
anticipation. Services will. at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Choir on Dec. 15 at 11 am. Feel free to take a break Bowman Road. The story of All are welcome.
begin at noon today and Following both services On Dec. 20, enjoy a Christian from the hustle and bustle of the festival begins in Isaiah To learn more about New
Dec. 18. there will plenty of activities Christmas Hayride from 6:30- the season and meet the with prophesy of thechild and Vision Congregational
for families to enjoy, from fam- 8 p.m. with cookies, hot 'Lord and febl thpower of His continues through John 1:1- Church visit www.newvisionily photos to making chocolate and a hayride. On Love in communal song and 14, "and the Word became, E.
Join Faith Christian Christmas crafts to riding the Dec. 24 a Christmas Eve prayer. flesh." Scriptures are'followed Nassau branch of the
Academy for its annual Christmas train. There also Candlelight Service will be Join in and bring a friend with carols, hymns or Unitarian Universalist Church
Christmas play on Dec. 13 at will be free hot cocoa and held starting at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 16 at 7p.m. anthems presented by the visit
7:30 p.m. at the River of Praise cookies for all of the guests. at St. Michael Catholic Chancel Choir. sau-branch.htmland Unity
Church in Yulee. Preschool For information visit Low feast Church at Fourth andc Come, hear again the story Isle of Light contact Marcia.
students will perform www.thechristwalklcom or On Dec.15 at 10:.0( am., Broome streets. All are wel- of the.Savior's birth and be Brown at (904) 415-0822. To
"Christmas Show and Tell" at call 261-7120. NewVision Congregational come. moved by the words and learn more about the service
6:30 p.m. The.first- through Church, UCC willcelebrate a nN- music of 0 Holy Night. As is contact Janet Streit at (410)
eighth-grade students will per-. M .S M s Motavian Lovefeast a ) the tradition in Christian 258-6094.
form "The Christmas Clinic" On Sunday, Dec. 15 at,10 Christmas tradition featuring The Live Nativity, a holiday churches across the country, Pe at 7:30 p.m. FCA's String am. Handel's Messiah will be the sharing of Moravian sweet classic in downtown St. the service will end as the F i, Orchestra and Hand Bell presented at the Amelia bread and a warm drink dur- !Marys, Ga., on the grounds of sanctuary lights dim, each First Presbyteriafi Church
Choir willperform as part of Planritation Chapel. The ing the gathering for worship. the newly restored Orange lights his or her candle and a will have two services of worthe play. Admission is free. Chancel Choir and Orchestra, The Lovefeast, begun in this Hall will take place on Dec. I7x hush falls around the beauty ship on Christmas Eve. A famFor information call 321-2137. under the direction of Don country in the Moravian. from 6-8 p.m:This free family' of Silent Vight, Holy Night, ily service at 530 p.m. will Edwards, will present the sec- Church in the 18th century, friendly event welcomies-allto-:s followed with the joyous ipvolve'children as characters bit tion often referred to as the seeks to strengthen a spirit of witness the reenacitment of hymn,O Come, all Ye of the Nativity.
Me Ores Christmas portion. Marilyn harmoriy, encouraging love the Nativity. Faithful. Itis a beautiful serv- Costumes will be available
ice nd aondeful way to in'jim Thomas Haltlat 5 p.m.
Bosworth (soprano), Jeannie and goodwill through.the ice and a wondeful wayto inJim Thomas Hallat 5p.m.
Memor~~~~~~~~~~es~~~~~~C' Bosrt(spaoJene angodlltruhte C sna antata -..peaefor the birth of the for any children attending the
A community choir and 16- Mezzano (alto), Justin Walker sharing of a simple meal. It preparefor the birth of the fr any children attending the
piece orchestra will present (tenor), and D6n Edwards also embraces the music of The community is invited Savior. Call 2774414. Nutsery service. Don't pass up the
"ChristmasMefiories' the (bass) will serve as the Christmas through the to join HarvestOutreach provided. All are welcome. opportunity to be a shepherd,
17th edition ofAn Eveniing in soloists singing of carols and listening Ministries, 905 Broome St., T_ awise manan angelor a
December, at Amelia Baptist Experiencingthe music of to the melody arind harmony of Fernandina Beach, as-they -S MCCtU sheep! Nursery will be availChurch on Friday, Dec, 13 and Hahdel's Messiah is a'tradi- music. celebrate the Christmas sea- Unity Isle of Light has able for the 5:30 p.m. service
Sunday, Dec. 15. Pam Bell, a tion for millions around the New Vision worships'each, son iri songs with a Christmas invitedNew-Visior only. local solo handbell artist, will world at Christmas. The beau- Sunday at 10 am. at96072- Cantataon'e '21 at7 p.m. Congregationral Church, UCC ATraditional Service'of S'present a pre-concert starting, tiful choruses like, For Unto Chester Road in Yulee. Visit and E. Nassau branch of the Lessons & Carols will follow
at 6:30 p.m. The maifpro- Us a Child is Borin, Gloryto ww.NervVisionCongregation I M l l'UU mdi Unitarian Universalist Church at 9 p.m. Both services will
gram of music, drama, and the God and the Hallelujah or contact the '. A Community Uity .o(Jacksonville to cohost a feature Communion and canspoken word starts at 7,p.m. Chorus, bring thetrue mean- Rev. Mary Kendrick Moore at Holiday Meal 'will be held: on family Christmas Eve service,. delight. both nights. Amelia Baptist ing of Christmas to the listen- 238.1822. Dec.22 at 3p.m. atthe MIK on -Dec. 24 at 5 p:m. at the First Presbyterian is locatChurclh is located at 961167 eri. The service will clos~ vith Recreation Center 1200 Elm. 'American Beach Community ed at 9 N. Sixth St Its doors,
Buchaneer Trail where Soutl- Benedictus, (Bliessed is the AdventTalr St "Ferandinia Beach,hosted 'Center, 1600 Julia;St are open to one and all.
.Fletcher i meets First Coast Lord), eatiful setting of What is your ift to Jeus? by Emmanl For HisGlory There will be traditional Question s? Call the church
Highway at th6 roundabout, text written by R. C. Sproul. The St Michael Taiz6ensem- Community Outreach. All ~e carol singing, candle lighting, office at 261-3837.

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C 6 p.m. Line-up begins at 4:30 An artists' reception will Dickens' A Christmas Carol,
p.m. at Buccaneer Field, 11th be held on Dec. 14, from 5 to will play Dec. 13-14 at 7:30.
Boy Scout Troop 89, and Ash streets. This year's 8 p.m. at the Seventh Street p.m., Dec. 19 at 7:30 p.m.,
Fernandina Beach's oldest parade them is "The Wonders Gallery, 14 S. Seventh St. Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. with
continuous troop, is again of Christmas." (across from Lulu's) in down- American Sign Language
selling Christmas trees in Home town Fernandina. The gallery interpreter, Dec. 21 at 2 p.m.
front of The Loop, corner of town Holiday will also be open during and 7:30 p.m. and Dec. 22 at 3
South 14th Street and Sadler Fernandina Beach Market Farmers' Market hours, 9 p.m. at Florida State College
Road, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. daily, Place and the Fernandina am. to 1 p.m., on Dec. 21. As at-Jacksonville South
except Sunday (when sales Beach Arts Market are join- this is a historic property, it is Campus' Wilson Center,
start after church). ing forces for a two-day event, not handicap accessible. The 11901 Beach Blvd:,
held in two locations, called gallery will be open daily dur- Jacksonville.,
Holiday concert "Hometown Holiday." ing the week until Dec. 23. Drop your British accent
The Fernandina Beach Dec. 14 from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., For questions or directions, and leave your English spirits
Middle School bands will the Fernandina Beach Market call 432-8330. at home. Enter a world of
present a Holiday Concert on Place farmers market on grits and gravy, red velvet
Dec. 12 at 7p.m. The public is North Seventh Street will be O,.R;I hOUse .cake and the ever-present
encouraged to attend the free transformed into a wonder- The Barn in Yulee will glass of sweet tea. This modprogram in the school's audi- land of holiday traditions. host its second annual ern spin on a timeless classic
torium and enjoy the out- Enjoy pictures with Santa, fes- Christmas Open House on- captures the sights and
standing sounds of the talent- tive music and local artists Dec. 14 starting at noon with sounds of the American South
ed young musicians. selling hand-crafted jewelry, a free raffle, coffee and via Jacksonville playwright"
a' tAc pottery and textiles. More, snacks. The Barn is located at and director Ian Mairs, while
ru akesatACT than 20 additional artisans 850918 US 17, one block maintaining the spirit of
Tickets are on sale for from the Fernandina Beach north of A1A at the corner of Dickens' beloved tale of
Amelia Community Theatre's Arts Market will show off Pages Dairy Road. Call 477- greed and redemption.
family holiday show, their wares along with the 7268 for information. Tickets are $22.50 for
"Fruitcakes." Featuring a cast regular market vendors. p T reserved seating, $17.50 for
of adults and youths, this Featured nonprofits are Keep iUm l ii U tU children, seniors and military
comedy celebrates small-town Nassau Beautiful and The Cumberland Island's Plum and $12.50 for FSCJ stulife. Remaining performances PE.O. Sisterhood. Vote for Orchard Christmas Tour is dents/staff with valid ID.'
are at 8p.m. Dec. 12-14 at 207 the Best Decorated Booth. Dec. 15. See the historic Limit two tickets per ID at
Cedar St. Adilt tickets.are On Dec. 15 "Hbmetown Carnegie mansion decked out $12.50 each. Call (904) 646
$20 and student tickets Holiday" takes place again in elegant holiday d6cor. MARY MAGUIRE/NEWS-LEADER 2222 or (904) 442-BWAY
through college are $10. Visit from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Reservations are-lifnited and a (2929), or,ivisit www.artistwww.ameliacommunitythe- Fernandina Beach Arts should b made in advance. call 261-6749 for Market. Market management Call (912) 882-4335 for regu- The Nassau County Volunteer Center kicked off the a r
tickets and information, will talk about vendor oppor- lar 9 p.n.-or 11:45 a.m. ferry holiday season-with the 22nd annual Taste of Amelia larE S
Festival tunities for 2014. Local musi- reservations and pay an addi- Island on Nov. 22 in the ballroom of the Omni Amelia The Beaches Muspum &
cians, nonprofits and busi- tional $6 fee to be included in Island Plantation Resort its biggest fundraiser of the History Park announces
Come see beautifully deco- nesses that would like to join the Plum Orchard Christmas year. Guests enjoyed culinary offerings from the island's the arrivalofthe Polar
rated holiday trees in Amelia are.encouraged to come out Tour The ferry returns to St. finest restaurants, a selection of fine wines from multiple Express at Pablo Station.
Community Theatre's Main and learn more. Visit Marys, Ga., at5:30 p.m.. purveyors and a large silent auction. Children can meet Santa and
Stage Lobby during the run of FernandinaBeachMarketPlac Jose Benavidez and Abel Muro of Pepper's, Mexican the conductor on a real steam
the comedy "Fruitcakes,", FernandinaBeachArts Grill and Cantina prepare a dish, above. engine aid receive their own
through Dec. 14. These fes-, find them on The S.S. Amelia golden bell. Letters to Santa
tive trees, for your home or Facebookor call 557-8229.. Gingerbread Pirate Ship is on can be written and posted on
business, may be purchased display if the lobby ofThe include Sleigh Ride, The Pops ofn Dec. 12 at 7:30 p.m., the Polar Express. Santa will
-y visiting the box office or St. M rys home tour Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, Most Wonderful Time of the Dec. 13 at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. reply to each. letter via email.
calling 261-6749. The St Marys' Ga., for public viewing during the Year, How the Grinch Stole and Dec. 14 at 8\ Ciafts, games and refreshChristmas Tour of Homes is holiday season. Highlights Christmas and other holiday, Jacoby Symphony Hall ments will also be available.
Sntasworkshop Dec. 14 from 5:30-9 p.m. and include Santa's,Sto book favorites. New this year will Your family will thrill to The event is free, but donaOn Dec. 14 from 1-4 p.m., Will feature an assortment of Tea (Dec i4 and 21), Santa be the Christmas Trivia game the spectacle of the season tions are encouraged to help
kids can take part in Santa's beautifully decorated private Tuck4ns, and New Year's Eve with special prizes and fun for with conductor Michael support family events at the
Workshop at the American homes,,bed and breakfasts, Black and White Masluerade all qges. Butterman and theJackson-. museum.
Legion Post 54, 626 S, Third shops and historic churches. Ball. Additionally, guests can ville Symphony in this The Polar Express will be
St., including arts and crafts, Orange Hall, a circa 1829 chose from a selectidonof din- Solsce CelDalOl sparkling holiday celebration. available: Dec. 14 from 10
a Christmas movie, pizza with Greek revival mansion, ing options during Christmas There willbe temporary Guest yocalist-piguist a.m. to 4 p.m.; Dec. 15 from
Santa, letters to Santa and recently received an exten- and New Year'sEve. Visit' sand labyrinth on the beach Tony )eSare will make sure noon to 3:00 pim.; Dec. 21 :
professional photoswith sive exterior renovation and i front ofthe pavilihnst you have yourself a merry lit- from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; android
Santa. Bring an unwrapped will be open and decorated for aisland or call-277-ifOO for nortfih beacb park for prayer, tle Christrmias, gift-wrapped Dec. 22 from noon to3 ,m.
toy for Toys for Tots and the event. The Riverview more information ' meditation orjust to celebrate with charm and sophistica- Pablo Statioh is located in the
receive afree 8x10 family por- Hotel, Spencer House Inn and t'. he winter solstice. Group tion. Pablo Historical Park in front
tirait. Children's photos with Salt River Antiques & o a.yl WaiI walks at stinrise and sunset "DeSare has drawn rave of Beaches Museutim at 381.
Santa are included ini the Collectibles will each be open The third annual "'Walktir Forimor infrmation, call reviews for his renditions of. Beach Blvd., Jacksonville
price of $30'per child. a nd will serve asrefreshment Nassau Goes Holiday Walking Eliza Holliday at p562517r sfigs from thegreat Beach. Visit www
Yule f ti stations. Additionally The at The Ritz" will be heldon e-mail American songbook, as well
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appearances byilSanta, arts Advance tickets can be pur- grounds of The Ritz-Carlto, Alhambra Theatre and iehtertaininthousaidsat this Theater on Dec. 20 at8 p.m.
and crafts, live music, ounce chased at the St. Marys Amelia Island,then gathei'n Dininig,i200 Beach Blvd., most wonderful time ofthe The heartwarming tale
houses, food vendors and WeldomeCenter or the the lotiunge for a short club Jacksnville, strringGary year. depicts Ebenezer Scrooge,
more atthe Sports Complex Kingsland Welcome Center update, followed bya social. Marachelk. Show tims are8 For ticketinformationcal whose values arefocused
oin Goodbread Road. The via'cash orcheck. For infor- -Beverages are on yowr own. p m. Tuesday through (904) 354-5547 or log on to exclusively on profit, and his
parade will start'at 10 a.m. matidn contact the. St Marys The cubwill provide light 'Suiday. Doors opef at6p.m. JatSymphonyorg. conflicts withthestruggling"
aind the festival will follow.. Welcoihe Center'a(t (912) 882- hors od'oeuvres. A $5 donation and meal at 630 p m. Cratchit family, whose tragic
The festial needs organi- 4000 or info@stmdryswel-. will be collected during sign Matinees on Saturday areat forever h i1%t problems typified the working
zationsand/or individuals to in. Valetparkingis compli 1:15p.m. Doos open at 11 St. Marys Little Theatre class during the Industrial
participate in the parade, as ,.,., mentary at the hotel Please a.m anl the buffet starts at, 'prese nts "Forever Christ-' Revolution it) Victorian
vendors, entertainment, spe- USIO 0 u S RSVP to a"e Bailey at dinbai 1115a.m Sunday matinee is as,"'an original family musi- England. The touching climax
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cial events (puppet shows, Fusion A Cel ration of or 261 at.2 p.m. Doors open at noon cal, Dec. 13 and 14at 7 p.m is based on writer Charles
cake walk, pi eating, face Ligh 2 r adTexture, is 9884. / and the meal starts at'12:15 and Dec. 15 at 2,p.m. at Dickens' belief that the ills of
painting, etc.) and Santa's the 2013 HolidayGift Show p.m Group, sales are avail- Theatre by the Trax, 1000 a greedy world can be healed
helpers. featuring two well-known '. IIC 1S oarlC'M able.'Tickets start at $46 for Osborne St., St. Marys,'Ga. by brotherhood and unselfishTo download forms visit Amelia Island artists, photog- The 2013 Christmas adults and $35 for children Call (912) 729-1103 or visit ness. rapher Ann Kemp and fused Concertby the Nassau and include dinner, showatd w wstmaryslittletheatre. Tickets start at $26.50
Forinformation call Connie glass artist Denise Murphy Community Band will be held parking. Call the box office at com. (and at $12.75 for children 12
Daughtry at (904) 845-3264. Fusion 2013 is theirextraordi- on Thursday, Dec. 19 at 7 (904) 641-1212 or visit r' and under.) and are available
I tl. nary collaborative creative p.m. at Amelia Baptist www.alhambrajax.con. a the Artist Series Box Office
'i h parade process and presentation a ';Church, 961167 Buccaneer EB Scrooge: A Soiuthern between 10 am.-5 p.m.,
of iday P90Fried Carl Mon ay-Friday, at (904) 442The annual Lighted draniati display of ig t, Trail, FernandinaBeach. l ol, written ad-Friday, at (904) 442Christmas'Parade will take color, and texture,'the very Admission is free. Jacksonville Symphony, directed by local playwright BWAY (2929) and online at
place downtown on Dec. 14 at language of the artistic spirit.- Concert highlights will Orchestra presents Holiday Ian Mairs, based on Charles

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Deputy Clerk BY/T/ Rhoda Goodwin BY/s/ Rhoda Goodwin -relative to the following RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF SAID ---- 4600 at least 7 days before
FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT See Amerlcans RHODA GOODWIN, RHODAGOODWIN, described propertyassetforth HOLLY POINT DRIVE SOUTH, INTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE yourscheduledcourtappeOIN AND FOR with Disablitles Act DEPUTY CLERK DEPUTY CLERK in the Final Judgmentto wit: 921.74 FEET TO THE EASTERLY 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, once, or Immediately upon
NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA If you are a person with a dis- If you ate a 'person with a If you are a person with a ALLOF THATCERTAIN PIECE, RIGHT OFWAY UNE OF CEDAR IN AND FOR receMrg this notification if the
CIVIL ACTION abilltywhorneedsanyaccon- disalty who heeds ,any disability who needs any PARCEL OR TRACT OF LAND .LANE' (A 60 FOOT R/W), NASSAU COUNTY. fLORIDA time before the scheduled
CASE NO.: modatlon In order to partici- accommodaton in'order to accommodqtion In order to LYING AND BEING, IN THE THENCESOUTH 16' 5'50" EAST, 'CIVIL bVISION: appearance is less than 7
45-2012-CA-000847 pate In iis proceeding, you participate Inthis proceeding, parficpate In this proceeding, COUNTY OF NASSAU AND THE ALONG THE SAID EASTERLY CASE NO.: 45-2010-CA- days; if you are hearIng or
DIViSiON:A are.entitImidatng costto you. you areentitled, atno cost to you are ertiled, at no cost to STATE OF FLORIDA KNOWN RIGHTOF WAY UNEOFCEDAR 000902-AX(X-YX voice Impalred, cdl 711.
'WELLS FARGO BANK, NA. to the provison of certdn assls- youto the provision of certain you,tothe provision of certain AND DESCRIBEDAS FOLLOWS: LANE.149.53FEETTOTHEPblNT WELLS FARGO BANK, NA., 'Dated this 27 day of Plaintiff, tance Please contact the assistance;Pleasecontactthe asslstance.Pleasecontactthe TRACT FORTY-THREE (43), OF BEGINNING. Plaintiff, November,2013.
VS. ADACoordlntorat(904)548- ADACoordinaorat(904)548- 'ADACoordinatoraf(904)548- HOLLY POINT, UNIT 1, THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH VS.. JOHNA.CRAWFORD
WILUAM L EVANS.JR, et al, 4600 press 0, at least days 46b0" press 0, at least 7 .6ys 4600 press 0, at least 7 days UNRECORDED PART OF SEC- '16' 45' 50 EAS1, ALONG.THE JOHN 1WAYNE DAVIS A/K/A Clerk Of The Circuit Court Defendant(s). before your scheduled court before your scheduled court before your scheduled court TION '45, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, SAID EASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY JOHN WYNE DAVIS; UNKNOWN By: /s/ Amanda Stearn
NOTICE OF appearance, or imredlately appearance, or irmediately appearance, or immediately RANGE 28 EAST, NASSAU UNEOFCEDAltLANE,120FEET; SPOUSE OF JOHN WAYNE Deputy Clerk
FORECLOSURE SALE ypon receiving this notifica- upon receiving this notfica- upbn receiving this nottica- COUNT, FLORIDA, TOGETHER THENCESOUTH 89*46'50" EAS DAVIS A/K/A JOHN WYNE 2t 12-11-18-2013
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tion if the time before the fion if the time before the tion if the time before the WITH A PORTION OF. THE 230FEET MOREORLESS,TOAN DAVIS UNKNOWNT ENANT(S); 1989
'pursuant to a Final Judgment scheduled appearance Is less scheduled appearances less scheduledapppearance isless UNSURVEYED MARSHLANDS IRON PIPE AND CONTINUING IN POSSESSION OFTHE SUBJECT -of Mortgage Foreclosure than days; If you're hearing than 7 days if you are heanng than7 days; if you are hearing ADJACENT THERETO AND ON SAID COURSE, 10 FEET, PROPERTY, NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING dated November 25, 2013 and or voice impaired, call 711 or voice Impaired, call 711. or voice impaled, call 711,; BEING PARTICULARLY DESCRIB- MORE-OR LESS, TO THE.WEST- Defendaits. CITY COMMISSION entered in Cdse No. 45-2012- 2t 12-4-11-2013 4t 12-1 1-18-25-2013 & 1-1-2013 4t 12-11-18-25-2013 &1-1-2013 ED AS FOLLOWS: ERLY WATERSOF CHRISTOPHER RE-NOTICE OF CITY OF FERNANDINA BEACH
Florlda wherein WELLS FARGO FOR TAX DEED FOR TAX DEED FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT TION 25, TOWNSHIP 2 NORTH, FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO A Foreclosure Sde dated the 26 17, 2013 at 6:00 PM in the City
BANK NA is the Plaintff and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN NOTICt IS HERiBY GIVEN IN AND'FOR .. RANGE 28 EAST; THENCE- POINT THAT BEARS SOUTH 73* day of November 2013, and Commission Chambers, 204
ERS ASSOCIATION, INC.; are Theholderofthefollwingcer- Theholderofthefollowingder- 45-2012-CA-000826 4689.11 FEETTOTHEtNORTHER- NORTH 73' 47' 50' WEST, 15 Circuit Court of the 4TH as they relate to the City's the Defendants, The Clerk of tificate(s) has filed said certifl- tificate(s) has filed sald certifi- BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. LY UNE OF SAID SECTION 45; FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO AN Judicial Circuit In and for CDBG Housing Rehabilitation the Courtwil sell tothehighest cate(s) forthetax deed to be cate(s) for thetax deed to be Plairtff, .' THENCE SOUTH 50' 01' WEST, IRON PIPE AND CONTINUING NassauCouny, Rorildwhere-- Program. Those Resolutions and best bidder for cash at issued thereon.The certificate Issued thereon The certificate v ,-. 'ALONG THE SAID NORTHERLY 270 FEET, MORE OR LESS, TO THE In WELS FARGO BANK, N.A. Is include: a Resolution's to NASSAUiUDICIAL ANNEX numberss' and year of number(s) and year of LEONARDCHAIBQT, PERSONAL LINE, 779.10 FEET TO A CON- POINT OF BEGINNING. the Plartiff and JOHN WAYNE approve the eligible appli76347VETERAN'SWAY issuance, the description of Issuance, the description of REPRESNTATIVEOFTHE ESTATE CRETE MONUMENT AT THE Any person claimrlg an DAVIS A/K/A JOHN WYNE cants who applied to the
YULEE, FLORIDA property, and name(s) in property, and name(s) in OF DOROTHY T. CHA8OT AKA NORTHWEST CORNER OF SAID interest in the surplus from the DAVIS and UNKNOWN TEN- City's CDBG Housing
at 11:30AM, on the 8. day of which it 5s assessed are as fol- which it Is assessed are as fol- DOROTHY MAURIEN CHABOT SECTION 45; THENCE SOUTH 22' sale, if any, other than the ANT(S) IN POSSESSION OF THE Rehabilitation Program a January, 2014, the following lows: lows: ANY AND AlL UNKNOWN PAR- 15' EAST, ALONG THE WESTERLY property owner as of the date SUBJECT PROPERY are defen- Resolution to approve revuore
described property as set forth File Nuriber: 2013-046-TO FIle Nurmber: 2013-047-TD TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, LINE OF SAID SECTION 45, of the Us Pendens must file a dants. The Clerk of this Court to the City's Housing in said Final Judgment: Certificate Number: 337 Certificate Number: 648 UNDER, AND AGAINST THE 2675.95 FEET: THENCE SOUTH claim within 60 days after the shall sell to the highest and Assistance Plan a Resolution 'LOT 3, THE PINES. EXCEPT Parcel Number: Parcel Number: HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL 56' 35' 50" EAST,1458.09 FEET; sale. bestbidderfor cash attheAT to adopt on amended
PART IN BOOK 955, PAGE 1633, 01-lN-24-192S-0007-0000 08-3N-24-2380-0094-0090 DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT THENCE NORTH 63' 42' 40 AMERICANS WITH DISABILI- THE MAIN ENTRANCE F THE Section 504 Policy; and, a
UNIT 2, ACCORDING TO THE Year of Issuance: 2011 Year of Issuance: 2011 KNOWNTO BEDEADOR ALIVE EAST, 70.37 FEET TO AN IRON TIES ACT. If you are a person NASSAU. JUDICIAL ANNEX, Resolution that will allow the PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED Description of Propery: LOT Description of Property: WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PIPE ON THE EASTERLY RIGHT with a disability who needs 76347VETERANSWAYYULEEFL City Manager to execute IN PLAT BOOK 6, PAGES 128 .7 IN OR 884/1101 SANDY FORD BLOCK 94 LOTS 9 TO 12 INC PT PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTER- OF WAY LINE OF HOLLY POINT any accommodalon in order 32097; 11:30AM on the 5th day CDBG related documents on AND 129, OF THE PUBUC ESTATES PB 6/147 OF OR 375 PG 427 TOWN OF EST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DRIVE EAST (A 60 FOOT R/W); to participate inthisproceed- of March 2014. the following behalf of the City Commssion.
RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- Assessed To: HILLIARD DEVISEES. GRANTEES, OR THENCE ALONGTHE SAID EAST- ing, you are entified at no cost described property asset forth Interested parties may
TY, FLORIDA. RAYMOND L BURNS, Assessed To: OTHER CLAIMANTS. LEONARD ERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE OF to you,to the provision of cer- in said Find Judgment, to wit: appear at said hearing and
TOGETHER WITH A CERTAIN GINA E BURNS NOEL G LAWRENCE. CHABOT. HOLLY POINT DRIVE EAST THI tan assistance. Please con- LOT 29, LOFTON BLUFF, be heard asto the advlsabill1995 REDMAN TRINITY MOBILE All of the above property is All of the above property Is Defendant(s). FOLLOWING DESCRIBED tact the ADA Coordinator for ACCORDING TO PLAT THERE- ty of any action, which may HOME LOCATED THEREON AS located in Nassau County, In located in Nassau County, In NOTICE OF SALE" COURSES: SOUTH 56* 35' 50" the circuit court system at crt- OF AS RECORDED IN PLAT be considered. Any persons A FIXTURE AND APPURTE- the State of Flotida the State of Florida NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN EAST. 105.56 FEET; THENCE" or (904) 630-2564 BOOK 4, PAGE 57 OF THE PUB- with disabilities requiring
NANCE THERETO: Unless such certificate(s) shall Unless such certificate(s) shall pursuant to an Order of Final SOUTH 80' 20' 20' EAST, 140.74 at least 7 days before your UC RECORDS OF NASSAU accommodations in order to
VIN# FLA146M9369. be redeemed according to be redeemed according to Summary Judgment of Fore- FEET THENCE SOUTH 60' 22' scheduled court appearance COUNT FLORIDA. participate in this program or
A/K/A 12849 US HIGHWAY Law, the property described Law, the property escribed closure dated Novemoer 25, 20" EAST, 100.47 FEET; THENCE or immediately upon receiv- ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN activity should contact 310301, BRYCEVILLE, FL32009-1948 in such certificate or certfl- In such certificate or certifi- 2013, entered in Civi Qcse No. SOUTH 63' 27' 20' EAST. 295.74 ing this notification if the time INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM 3115, or TTY/TDD 711 (for the Any person claiming an cates will be sold to the sates will be sold to the 45-2012-CA-000826 '-of the FEET;-THENCE SOUTH 557'40' before the schedded appear- THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN hearing or speech impaired) interest in the surplus from the Highest Bldder at the MAIN Highest Bldder at the MAIN Circuit Court of the Fourth WEST, 230.25 FEET TO THE ancelslessthan 7 days; ifyou THE PROPERTY OWNER ASOF atleast24hoursinadvanceto sale, if any, other than the ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU Judicial Circuit in and for NORTHWESTERLY RIGHT OF are hearing or volcelmpdred, THE DATE OF THE US PENDENS request such accommodapropery owner as of the date COUNTY JUDICIAL'ANNEX, COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX, Nassau County Ronda, where- WAY UNE OF HOLLY POINT cdl711. MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 tion.
of the Us Pendens must file a 78347 VETERAN'S WAY, YULEE, 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, inihe Clerkof the Circuit Court DRIVE SOUTH (A 60 FOOT R/W); Dated at FERNANDINA DAYSAFTER OTHE SALE. It 12-11-2013 claim within sixty (60) days FLonthe14thdayofJanuary, FLonthel4thdayofJanuary, wllseltothehghestobdderfor THENCE NORTH 68' 55' 40' BEACH, Floridoa this 26 day of If you are a personwitha 1990 after the sale. 2014, between the hours of 2014, between the hours of cash on 8th aay of January, EAST, ALONGTHE SAID NORTH- November, 2013. disablity who needs any .--..-.-.WITNESSMY HANDnd the 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The 2014, at 11 30 a.m. at the WESTERLY RIGHT OF WAY UNE /s/ArnndoStearn accorpmodation in order to CALL 261-3696 FOR EARLY
seal of thi Cour on November Clerk of Court's Office Pollcy is Clerk of Court's Office Policy is Nassau Judcid Annex, Nassau OF HOLLY POINT DRIVE SOUTH, John A.Crawford participateln this proceeding, DEADLINE INFORMATION 26. 2013. to hold the sale at 11:30a m. to hold the sde at 11:30 am. County Courthouse, 76347 240.95 FEET THENCE SOUTH 21' CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT you are entitled at no cost to FOR THE DEC. 25 AND
John A. Crawford JOHN A CRAWFORD JOHN A. CRAWFORD Veterans Way, Yulee, Florida 04' 20' EAST, 60 FEET; THENCE Nassau COUNTY FLORIDA youto the provision of certain THE JAN. 1 ISSUES.
Clerk of the Circuit Court NASSAU COUNTY NASSAU COUNTY 32097, in accoaance with SOUTH 68* 55' 40' WEST. 2t 12-11-18-2013 assistance.Please contactthe CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE.
*By: /s/ Amanda Steam CLERK OF COURT CLERK OF COURT Chapter 45 Rlorda Statutes ALONG THE SOUTHEASTERLY 1988 ADA Coordinator at (90.4)548- .....

10B WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 11.2013/News-Leader


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE itsassesed xeas ows. Deputy Clerk THENCE NORTH 39 DEGREES 51 through Friday, except for 30.00 FOOT GRADED ROAD); AND 240, OF THE PUBULIC statement directed to the
4TH JUDCIAL CIRCUI FI .A01444D ; bertl Law MINUTES 55 SECONDSWEST A District holidays, 8a.m. to 5 ,1ENCESOUI)620EGREES02 RECORDS OF NASSAU COUN- District that identifies the
IS AND FOR ZAttaineyor PlinitU DISTANCE OF 15.0 FEET RUN p.m. at the District's Head- MINUTES 40 SEC9NDS EAST TY FLORIDA. objector concerns hydrologic
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NASSAU COUNTY, FLORIDA ,,.p 0. O. Box 23028 THENCE NORTH 50 DEGREES 08 quirters 4049 Reid St, Pdiatka, ALONG THE NORTHERLY UNE TOGETHER WITH THAT CER- or environmental impacts of
Case No.: 13-DR-1069 25.4N-23-2020004-0000 Tampa, FL 33623 MINUTES 05 SECONDS EAST A FL 32177-2529. You may dalso OF SAID HIGGINBOTHAM TAIN 1992 FLEE DOUBLEWIDE the proposed activity, and
Willa J.I ftler, Year of issuance: 2011 (813) 221-4743 DISTANCEOF 146.11 FEE RUN view Silesatoneof the Districts ROAD, A DISTANCE OF 83X00 MOBILE HOME ID. # relates to applicable rule cri
Petitioner DescriptionofatProperty. LOT4 (813)221-9171facsimile THENCENORTH24DEGREE551 Service Centers, but you FEETTOAPOINLTHENCECON- GAFLN35805571HSANDIDi# teria.liftheDistrictreceivesa
and PT OR 907/1212 CORNWALL eService: MINUTES 29SECOfND)SWESTA should cdallService Center sdaft .TINUEALONGTHE NORTHERLY GAFLN35A05571HS AND TITLE timely substantial objection
Mary Melissa Kitler, SURVEY servedaw@dbertellow com DISTANCEOF 237.34 FEET: RUN in advance to make sure that LUNE OF SAID HIGGINBOTHAM .'S 63016800 AND 63016801. from you, then you will receive
Respondent. Assessed To: If you are a person with a ds- THENCE SOUTH 68 DEGREES 00 the files are at a specific ROAD, SOUTH 49 DEGREES 41 Any person claiming on written notice of the District's
AMENDED NOTICE OF IDA CAMILE MOORE ability who needs any accom- MINUTES 50 SECONDS WEST. A Service Center.Service Center MINUTES 25 SECONDS EAS A interest In the surplus from the intended decision on the per.ACTION FOR Al of 1the above property is modation n order to partici- DISTANCE OF 16481 FEE; RUN contact information Is ovai- DISTANCE OF 123.37 FEET TOA sde. if a ny other tha the prop- mit application.
DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE located in Nassau County, In pate in this proceeding, you THENCE SOUTH 45 DEGREES able orline at loridaswater. POINE SAID POINT BEING THE erty owner as of the date of You are advised to notify To: Mary Melssa Ktler the State of Florida. areentified, atnocostto you, 48 MINUTES.10SECONDSEAS. com/contactus/offices.htmi. POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE the Us pendens must file a the District within 14 days of
Last known address. 218 Unless such certificate(s) tothe provsionof certainassis- A DISTANCE OF 160.68 FEET: Additiondtly,rrmostpermitappi- HEREIN DESCRIBED PARCEL claim within 60 days atter the notification of the applicaKirk Rd., Jacksorwvlle, FL 32218 shd be redeemed according tance. Please contact the RUN THENCE SOUTH 50 cation file documents cn be THENCE CONTNlUE SOUTH 49 sale. tion(s) if you have questions
YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an to Law, thepropertydescibed ADA Coordinator (904) 548- DEGREES 08 MINUTES 05 SEC- viewed online at floridasw-a- DEGREES 41 MINUTES 25 SEC- Dated this 25 day of objections, comments, orinforaction for dissolution of mar- in such certificate or certifi- 4600 press 0, at least 7 days ONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF ONDS EAST, ALONG SAID November, 2013. ration regarding the activity Sriage has been filed against cates will be sold to the before your scheduled court 116.4Q FEET RUN THENCE To obtain information on how NORTHERLY UNE OF HIGGIN- John Crawford proposed in the permit appliyouand that you are requred Highest Bidder at the MAIN appearance, or immediately SOUTH 39 EGREES 27 MINUTES to find and view perrm-it appli- BOTHAM ROAD, A DISANCE As Clerk of the Court cation. If you make a Written to serve copy of your written ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU upon receiving tis notifica- 41 SECOfS EAST,A DISTANCE cation file documents, go to OF 150,00 FEET TOA POINT By.s/ AmandaStearn requestto the Distictfor'addidefenses, ifany,toiton Wiom COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX tion if the time before the OF135.FEETTOTHEPOINTTOF the HELP tab in E-Permitting THENCENORTH60DEGREES49 As Deputy Clerk tional informationregardinga JeffersonK Ier, whoseaddress 76347 VETERANS WAY, YULEE, scheduled cppearanceisless BEGINNING. and click o Support and FAQs MINUTES 30 SECONDSEAS, A IMPORTANT specific permit application,
is 85187 Angle Rd., Yulee, FL FL. onthe-th day of January than 7 days; f you are hearing THE 15.0 FOOT STRIP OF and then follow the directions DISTANCE OF250.70 FEEFTOA. If you are aperson with a youwil be provided ai oppor32097 on or before 12-27-13, 2014 between the hours of or voice Impaired, call 771. LAND THAT UES NORTHWEST- provided iunder'Howtofind a POINT; THENCE NORJH 45 disability who needs any tunity to obtain the available and file the originald with the 11:00 am. and 2:00 p.m. The Phoep -(904) 548-4909 Fax: ERLY-- OF AND ADJOINS Tecical dStdff Report(TSR)or DEGREES30 MINUTES 43 SEC- accommodation in order to information. Please note that clerk of this Court at 76347 Clerk ofCourt's Office Polcyis (90548-4949 TED/TY Did COURSE BEARING NORTH 50 other application file docu- ONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF pticipate in thisproceeding, filng awritten objection does Veterans Way Yulee, FL 82097' to hold the sole allt 1:30 a.m. '711, DEGREES 08 MINUTES 05 SEC- ments." 212.09 FEET TO A POINT; you ore entitled, at nocostto not entitle you to a ChapteC
before service on Petitioner or JOHNA. CRAWFORD E-1all ONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF The decision on permit THENCESOUTH48DEGREES7 you, totheprovislonofertdna 120, Rorida Statutes adminisZ
immediatelythereafter. If you NASSAU COUNITY 50.0 FEET MENTIONED IN THE applications will be made at MINUTES 45 SECONDS WESTA' assistance. Please contact the Irativehearing.
fadlIfo do so, a defeat may be -CLERK OF COURT 2t 12-4-11-2013 FOREGONt DESCRIPTION IS the District's Service Center DISTANCE OF 252.11 FEET TO ADA Coordinator at (904)548- Notice of Intended (pro-:
entered against you for the BY/s/CHERYLSALMON 1969 RESERVED AS. AN EASEMENT where the application is THE POINT OF BEGINNING AND .4600 press 0, at least 7 days posed) District Decision wiU be
relief demandd in the peti- DEPUIY CLERK ------ FOR INGRESS processed. A substantially TO CLOSE TOGETHER WITH:A before your scheduled court providedtopersons who have
tion. i f you ar a person with q 4N THECIRCUIT COURT FOR AND EGRESS PURPOSES. objection to a permit appl- MOBILE HOME AS A PERMA- appearance, or immediately requested Individud notice. A
The action is asikighe disability who needs' ary .NASSi OUNTY, FLORIDA TOGETHER WITH AN EASE- cation must be made In writ- NIENT FIXTUR AN APPURTE- upon receivIng this nbtifica- requestfor individual notice of: court to dedidehow the fobl accommodation in orderto. :.PROBATEeIVISION MENT FOR INGRESS AND ing and filed with (received NANCE THERETO, DESCRIBED tior if ,the time before the intended (proposed) District:
lowing red or persond prop- prtidpateinthis paeedri FII No.:13-CP-269 EGRESS PURPOSES, SAD EASE- by) the Bureau Chief, Bureau AS: A, 1995 DOUBLEWIDE scheduledo appecrmnceisless Decision on the applcation
ertyhould bedivided:tNone you areentitled, atnocostO Divson:A MENTBEINGA30.0FOOTSRIP of RegulatorySupport PO.Bx MOBILEHOMEBEARINGIDEN- thon7dayIfyouretearing must be received by the
Copies of all court docu- you, totheprovisionoftcertain IN RE: ESTATE OF OF LAND THAT UIES 15.0 FEET 1429, Platka, FL 32178-1429, TIFICATION NUMBER(S) orvoce impaired, call 711. District's Bureau Chle, Bureau ments In this case, including assistance.Pease contacthe HERBERTSMITH EACH SIDE OF AND ADJOINS or by e-mail at application- 1HFL1218A AND 1HFL1218B 2t 12-11-18-2013 of RegulatorySupportprior to
orders, are available at the ADACoordnatorat(904)548- Deceased. THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED support@s)jrwmd.coi,;within AND. TITLE NUMBER(S) 1979 thedatethe notice of IntendClerk of the Circuit Court's 4600 press! 0, at Ieast.7 days NOTICE TO CREDITORS LINE: BEGIN AT POINT A MEN- 14 days of notifficatiol of the 0068707759 AND 0068707760.----- ed (proposed) District Decision, office. You may review these before your scheduled court The administration of the TIONED, IN THE FOREGONE application. Please include A/K/A 44217. HIGGINBOTH- IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE is generated. documents uponrequest. appearance, or Immedlately estate of HERBERT SMITH. DESCRIPTIO ANDRUNSOUTH either the Permit Application AM DRIVE, CALlAHAN, FL FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. Margaret Danlels, You mustkeep.theClerkof upon receiving this notifica- deceased, whose date of 50 DEGREES 08 MINUTES 05 numberortheProjectName inn -32011 IN AND FOR Bureau Chlef
the Circuit Couts office noti- tion if the. time before the death was Julyl 2013; File SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE the objection Notification of Any person clearing an NAAU CQUNTY, FLORIDA Burequ of Regulatory Supporf fled of your current address, scheduled appearance Isless Number 13-CP-269,Is pending OF 413.0FEETTOTHE EASTERLY the application Is either the interestInihesurplusfrorithe CIVIL DSION St.Johns River Water (You may file Notice of Current thah7daysItyou arehearng In the Circult Court for'assau RIGHT OF WAY ULINE OF U.S. fifth day after the date on .sale, Ifany, other thari the CASE NO.:2013-CA-000568 Management District Address, Florida Supreme or voice imdared, cdl 711 County,. Florida, Probate HIGHWAY NO.17 FOR THE TER- which the written notice is propertyowner csofthe'date NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC 4049 Reid Street Court Approved Family Law 4t 12-4-11-18-25-2013 Division, the address of which MINATION POINT. deposited in the U.S. mail (for of the Us Pendens rustfile a Pdntff, Paltka, FL 32177-2529
Form 12 915) Future paIers in 1966 is76347 VeteransWay,Yulee, FL A/K/A 629 QUAIL RIDGE those persons. Who receive cddamwl wthin 60 days after the. VS. (386) 329-4570
this laws it will be mailed to ---------- 32097. The names and ROAD,YULEE FL32097 actualnoticebyU.S.rnmcill). the sale. TRACY DUNMAN-BERGER, et It 12-11-2013
the address on record at the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS .addressesof the personal rep- Any' peron claiming an day the hotice is emalled (for Dated in Nassou Courty al ., 1983
clerk's office. NAME LAW resentative and the personal interest in the surplus from i e those persons wo .eceve orld t2 of ,be Defdt- .........
WARNING: Rule 12.285, PURSUANTTOSEGTION representative's attorney are sale, If any, other than th actud notice byerhi. IN THE COUNTY COURT IN THE
Florida Family Law Rules of 865.09, FLORIDA STATUTES set forth below. propl owner as of the date date the notice.1is pu ,lf Cie..f, t tr' '-;F ECLOSURESALE, FOURTH JUDICIA CIRCUIT. ,, Procedure, requires certain NOTICE IS-HEREBY GIVEN All creditors oftthe dece- of the Us Pendens must file a in the newspaper,(if actual Naso C -iity, Flarida: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IN AND automatic disclosure of doc- thatthe underslgred-deslring dent and other persons having claim .within sixty (60) days notice is not provided by U.S. By: Is/ Tracy Poore prsuaknt to an Order of Final FOR NASSAU COUNTY, uments and information, to engage In business under claims or demands against after, mal or emlD). A substanfl Deputy Clerk. Judgment entered in Case FLORIDA
Failure to comply caniqsult In the fictitious name of. "East decedent's estate, on whom WITNESS MY HAND and the objection' means a written If you are aperson with a No. 2013.CA-000568 in the CASE NO.: 11-CC-27 sanctions, including dismissal Coast Virtual Tours' located q copyofthisnotceisrequired sed ofthis CourtonNovember statement directed to the disability who needs any Circuit Court of the FOURTH 121 FINANCIAL CREDIT UNION, orstrlldng of pleadings. 1905 Lakeside Dr. South, inthe to be served must file their 25,201*. District that Identifies te accommodatio nl rde tq Ju daldCircuitin nd D.frN~S- F/K/A FLORIDA TELCOCREDI Dated Nov. 18.2013 countyy of assau, In the City claims with this court WITHIN John A.Crawford. objecto dopncernshydrolqglc paticipate Inthis piroceedoilng .S ACoutylorld wherei UNION
John A. Crawford orFernandlna Beach, Florida, THE LATER OF 3 MONTHSAFTER Clerk of the Circuit Court or environmental Impacts of youare entitled, at no cost o NATONSTAR MORTGAGE .LLC, Plaintiff,
CLERK OFTHE CIRCUIT COURT 32034 Intends to register the THE TIME OF THE FIRST 'PUBUL- By'.s/AmndaSfearn the, proposed activity, and you, tothe povisionofcertaidn Pdhntiff.and,'TRACYDUNMAN- vs.BY: /s/ Brittany Prescott said name with the Divislorinof CATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DeputyClerk releslto'ip1cable rule cri- assistance.'Plesecontactithe BERGER, et. .L, are JAMES THOMASWILUAMSON' Deputy Clerk Corporations of the Florida DAYS AFTER THE DATE OFSER- See Americans tera If the District receives a ADA Coordhiator (9064) 548-. Defendants.TheClerkofCourt' an Individual,
4t11-27-2013&12-4-11-18-2013 Decrtmentof State,Taahas- VICE. OF)A COPY OF THIS with Disabliftiesct timely substantial dbjection 4600 press. 0, at least days wilselltothehighestbdderfor Defendant, 1959 see, FlRorida. NOICE ONTHEM. If you are apersonwitha dis- from you,.'itheny6tWi receive before your sche ueour. cash ofat the front entrance of NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
-"..--.'.* dn no.FemadlBeact Allother creditors of the abiltywhoneedsany accom- writtenno6ilce of the District's appearance &r Immedlatel the Judlcal Annex 76347 NoTICEisherebyglvena,
INI CCU04A0T ti th4ayf decedent and other persons modation in order to partici- intended decision o the per- upon receivingthis notifica- Vetran'sWayyulee, FLp32097 pursuant to a Writ of Execution
OT.11 .FQ JmUDICIAL '. dri "I having claims or demands pate In this proceeding, you mit application. ton if the, time before the at the hour of 11:30AM, on Issued in the County Court qf
CIRCUJTQF FLORIDA L r' r esmtt. against decedent's estate are entitled, at no costto you, You'are 'advised to notify scheduled appearance isless the 27 day of January, 2014 Nassau County, Florida, onthe
IN AND FOR NASSAU COUNTY East Codst Provis n Co. must file their claims with this to the provision of certdn assis- the DistrictwithiLn 14 days of thcn 7 days; if you oe hearing the following described prop- 30th day of Joariuary, 2013, ir GENERAL JURISDICTION It 12-11-2013 court WIHIN3 MONTHSAFTER tance. Please contact the notificatio ot the applica- or voice impaired, call 771. erty: .the cause wherein 121 FINAN' DIVISION .1982 THE DATE OF THE FIRSTPUBU- ADA Coordinator at (904)548- fltion(s)if you have questions, 2t 12-11-18-2013 LOT 5,3, LOFTON OAKSAT CIAL CREDIT. UNION, F/K/A.
CASE NO 13CA00475AXYX .-- "CATION'OF THIS NOTICE. 4600 press 0, at least 7 days objecions, ommentsi, orinfor- 1977 YULEE HOME PARKPHASE.I, FLORIDATELCO CREDIT UNIO
BRANCH BANKINGAND TRUST ALL CLAIMSNOT FILED WITH- before your scheduled court matio regarding the activity -- ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR Plaintiff and JAMES THOMAS
COMPANY, NOT .E INTHETIME PERIODSSEFORT appearance, or immediately proposedin the permit appli- IN THE CIRCUIT COURT PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED WILUAMSON, an Individual
Plaintiff, FOR TAXkDEE. IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE uponreceiving this notifica- cation. If'you make a written OF THE 4TH JUDICIAL CIRCUT, IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGE 323,324 Defendant, being case nurre
vs. ,N, TJS HRE& GIVEN FLORjIDAPROBATECODEWILL tion If the time before the requesttotheDistrictforadd- IN AND FOR AND25;PUBLICRECORDSOF ber 11-CC-27in sild colrt ,
SARA A RODGERS, eto. at... ISA X FL DUNDEE BEFOREVERBARRED. scheduled appearance is less tionainfrmqt1 onregarding a NAS COUN .ORI lASSAU COUT FLORIDA. BILL LEEPER,asSheriff of Nass~
Defendants. I. N ""NOTWITHSTANDINGTHE TIME than 7 days; if you arehearing specific ermit appication. IL DIVISION: Anyperson claiming an county Florida have levied
NOTICEOF ACTION Thedlder othefoowingcer- PERIOD SETFORTH ABOVE, ANY orvoice impaired, cal 711. ypu wlillibepro'idedanoppor- CASE NO.: 13CA218 Interest irnthesurplus from the upon all the rlghts,,title an4.
To:. SARA A RODGERS 85720 lfificate(s) has filed sold certif- CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS 2t 12-4-11-2013 tunity to obtain the available JPMORGAN CHASE BANK sale, if any, other than the interest of. the Defendanti ALENE RD,. YULEE, FL 32097 cate(s) for the tax deed to be OR MQRE AFTER THE DECE- 1972 informatio PJease note that N.A., property ownerasof the date James Thomas Williamson, ar
UNKNOWN SPOUSE-OF SARA, issued thereon, The certificate 'DENTS DATE OF DEATH IS ----------- fling written objection doe- Plaintiff of the Us Pendens mst file a In-dividual, in and to the for
A. ROD(ERS, 85720ALENE RDI,. number(s) and year of BARRED. IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF THE not entitie-you to a Chapter VS. clalm.r within 60days after the lowihg described persona
YULEE;FL. 32097 I. ssuance, the description of Thedate offirst-publication FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 120, FlRolda Statutes; admriis- SCOTT B RUTTING' CARLD. scale. property, to-wit:
LAST KNOWN ADORESS STAT- property, and name(s) in of this notice !s: Isecember 4' IN AND FOR. trative hearing. GAHi" ..RA GRAH-A DATED this 27 day of' 2005 HARLEY DAVIDSON
ED. -.CURRENT REIDNENCE -which it is assessed are as fol- 2013. NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA Notide of intended ctlo- U NN L E.- SI Noveber 2013. MOTORCYCLE, FLSTEL RED IN:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTI- File Number: Attorney for Personal CASE'NO.: providedtopersonswhohae ANT IN POSSESSION OF THE CLERKOFTHECIRCUITCOURT VIN #1HDI BWB165Y06559
FIED that an action to fore- 2013-044-TD Representative 45-2012-CA-P00339 requested Individud.ngtlce.A SUBJECT PROPERTY By:/s/ Amanda Stearnm I shalloffer this properly fdt
'close Mbrtgagecovering tfe Certificte Nmber 297 ,Emal ,DIVISION*A .requestforlndhiduadnoticeof efendahts. Deputy Clerk sale atthe front of Building lOt
'following real and personal Parcel Number FqldaBarNo.193593 WELLS FARGO BANK NA, intended (proposed) Distric i NOTICEOF IMPORJANT of the Nassau County Sheriffg
property describedasfolows, 27-4N-23-0.000-00 00 O Carver Law RFirm Plaintiff. Decision on the. application FORECLOSURESALE If you are a person with a Office, 76001 Bobby Moorfg
to-wit: Year of issuance: 2011 1550 Neckrne St. VS, must be received by the NOTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN disability who needs dny Circlel, Yulee, FL Nassag
ALLOF THAT-CERTAIN PIECE Description of Property: FernondinaBeach FL 32034 JOHN E. ALLAIRE etal,. Districts Bureau Chief, Bureau pursucrt to Fina[Judgment tof accommodation in order to County, Florida, on Jauary1 ~ rPARCEL OR TRACT OF. LAND. E365,0 FT IN OR 1428/1508 Telephone: 904-572-0088' Defendant(s). of Re~ulatorySupportpriorto foreclosuree dated the25day patic einthsproceedng, 2014 at1 0:00 A.M., or assoo
IING AND BEIN IN THE .-Assesi o.,e!i:' -...904-432-8004lfd) -"' '- NOTICEOf- thedathin6fid2ofinti" il 2013,1thereersp.ssib il
d 1 TV OF"WNASSAU ANDi FERI IERBERtASMFH- FORECLOSURESALE- %d'(?sect'ilsti t o et 6fferef tera Wif6Fth'Isb@
STATE OF FLORIDA KNOW-- VIOILENEJA NP ., PersonR i NOTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN isgeheated P. .. f th 4T 0" "l stisthcel cPl5 contactthe Defendant's James Thontc-
ANDDESCRIBDilASsFOLLWV':.- Aflp,4twbaepro;petyi s 86890CarlhdtRoad pursuantto a Final Judgment Margaret Daniels, J ,,., ri'. -ADA Coodinator at (904)648- Wliamson right title; and Inter
TRACT. 5, BLOCK 4, YULEE I te In IssauCouny n Ylee, FL 32097 of Mortgage Foreclosure Bureau Chief Nassau n Flora, hee- 4600 press 0, at least 7 days est in the atoresaid person.
WOODS SECTION, TWO, theState of Florida.: 2t 12-4-1 -2013 dated November 2, 2013 and Bureau of legulatorySupport in JPMORGAN CHASE BANK before your scheduled. court property, at public auction
ACCORDING TO THE PLAT Unless such certificates) 1970 entered in Case No. 45-2012- St. Johns River Water N;Alsthe.PldnliffandSCarT B.appearance or immediately 'and will selthe saiie; subject
THEREOF AS RECORDED IN shallbe redeemed according ----........ CA-000339of theCirditCourt Management District RUTTINGER, CARLD. GRAHAM, upon receiving this noltifica-' to taxes all priorliens;encumri
PLATBOOKS, PAGES 83 AND 84 toLaw.t hepropertydescrlbed IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE of the FOURTH Judicial Circufit 40A49 Reid Street DEBRA A. GRAHAM and tion if. thie'time before the brancesand judgments, if anr OF THE PUBULIC RECORDS OF in uch certificate or certifi- FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT in and f6r NASSAU County, Palatka, FL321772529 UNKNOWN TENANT IN POS- schedded appearance isless to the highest and best bid NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA. cafes will be sold to the IN AND FOR Florlda wherein WELLS FARGO. (386) 329-4570\ SESSIONOFTHESUBE TPROP- .thd i7days; If you are hearing der for CASH INHAND orCER.
hasbeenfileda inst you Highest BIdder at the MAIN! NASSAUCOUNTY FLORIDA BANK NA is the Plaintiff and It 12-11-2013 ER TYedefndans.heCeri or voice impaired, call 711. TIFIED CASHIER'S CHECK plu
and yqu are reledtoie, a f a ENTRANCE OF.THE NASSAU CIVIL ACTION JOHN E ALLAIRE; DANA L 1976 of 1Pthis-qourn-eli ei tQth Phone- (904) 548-4909, Fax Florlda sales fax if appropri
copy of yourttdefet IY' IA ANNEX 'CASE NO,: MCCORMICK A/K/A DANA ----------------- I 'b:ld54 (4) 4949, TDTTY Dial ate. The moneys received
'es, if ~altyoitpo t1 0'0084NWU. AU,,N.Y2,Cb00849 MCCORMICK THE UNKNOWN Noiad Isherebygivrl thatln c fo.tpnT TcE '..Ite, 7. EMail -calewisnas- through the levy on sale will
Youtz MCdalo GIiornif.LL.. Flotrthdyf. ': JaurSION: A SPOUSE OF DANA L MCCOR- 1/7/ 10:0A.M.or ,lere- E NTRANCI OF :HE 'N A u lerk.corp be paid as prescribed by Fla:
226 E.,RobinsdbSt.iL 660. 2014; between the hoursof WELLS FARGO BANK NA, MICK A/K/A DANA MCCOR- after, at CubeSmart #0323, JUDICIAL AINEXi 7634W VET 2t 12-11-18-2013 Stat 56.27. The vehicle may Orlando, FL32801 ad.file the 11:00 a.m.and 2:00 p.m. The Plaintiff,'. MICK N/K/A REFUSED NAME; 1678 S. 8th St.,,In the city of ERANS WAY, YULEE, FL.820. 1980 i beviewed atBll'sTowng,425
original withtheClerkofthe ClerkofCo rts'Otce Pklicyis PAUL C. ZECHMANN,A/K/A are theDefendants, The Clerk Fernandina Bach,.state of 11:30 AM'or the 8 day of ------- S. 8th Street Fernandina
above- styled Court on or to hold the sale at 1 130 am PAUI.ECHMANN, eta oftheCourt will selito'tihe high- Florida. The undersigned, January, 2014 ; the following'. THE ST. JOHNS RIVERWATER Beach Florida 32034,904-261before 30 daoys from the first JOHN A CRAWFORD Defendant(s). estand'bestbidderforcashat CubeSmart #0323 will sell at described propy assetforth iANAGEMENTWISTRICT '. 6979..In accordance with the
publications, otherwise a JudgJ. NASSAU COUNTY NOTICE OF NASSAU JUDICIAL ANNEX Pubic Sale by, competitive bid In said Flrid JUdgriento (DISTRICT) GIVES NOTICE OF American with Disablities Act
ment mayiberte ..readns .C KFOT 1 ''' .. rRECLOSURE SALE 76347 VETERAN'S WAY ding, the. personal property LOT 7 L"K9.ULE IIPT OpTHE FOLLOWING persons needing a speci l
you forthe relief denbiled' Is/CHERYSALMO ; NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN YULEE, FLQRIDA heretofore sTor'ed with the WOODS SECTION THREE IERMITAPPLICATION (S): accommodation to particlI theComplaint:. DEPUY CLERK p2usicftoa FinalJudgment at 1.1:30AM,on the 8 day'of undersigned by: ACCORDING TO THE PLAT ERP Permit Applications pate inthis proceeding shall
WITNESS my hand arcd seald Ifyou are a e -wit hadis- of Mortgage Foreclosure January, 2014 the follow- Space# C52 THEREOF AS IRECORD P IN Reinhold Prelk 7 Sound Pt contact the individual or
oflidCourton the20dayof ablity, whoeds any accoo1 dat Novemnber25,2013 and Ing described propertyasset Adrian Denlse Horgan PLATBOOK5,AtGES 239 AND Ct Femrandina B lh FL 3 2034, agency sending notice not November, 2013. modation In order to partic entered in Case No. 45-2012-. forth in said Final Judgment Space # A36 240 TOFHE PLIBUCREC6RDS application 'ISSL-089-19722- later than seven (7)days pror
JohnA. Crawford ;- pate in this proceeding, you '.CA-000849ofthe Crcuit Court ALLTHATCERTAIN LOT PIECE Ashiey J Reeves OF NASSAU COUNTY FLORIDA, 40. to the proceeding at the
CLERK OF THE COURTf, are entItled, at no cost to you, offie FOURTH Judicial Circuit OR PARCEL OF LAND SITUATE, Space if C35. TOGETHERWITTHAT CER-' The project is located In address given on notice.
As Clerk of the Court totheprovlsionof certn casrs- in and for NASSAU Cournty LYING AND BEING IN THE CITY Latasha Brown Logan, 'TAIN190 HOMETTE DODBLE- Nassau County, Sec~onb: 43, Telephone 904-225-0331. BY: /s/ Megan Sawyer ., tahce. Please contact the Floridawhereln-.WELLSFARGO OF FERNANDINA BEACH (FOR- Space # D3-C-D WIDE MBILEHOME IDENTIED Townthip: 1 North, Rdnge: 28 /s/ Bil Leeper
Deputy Clerk A ADA Coordinator (904) 548- BANKNAis thePl ntiffand MERLYNAMED FERNANDINA), GaryWoodruff BY -VIN NUMBERS Eastandindude0.143acres. Bill Leeper, AsSheriffof
2t 12-4-11-2013 4600 press 0, at least 7 ays PAUL C, ZECHMANN A/K/A COUNTY OF ;NASSAU AND Space # A44 HML2F83327256899A AND" ,The Environmental Resource Nassau County, Florida
1964 ------- before your scheduled-8ourt PAUL ZECHMANN; ANY AND STATE.OFFLORIDA AND FUR- Ruth Charlene Davis HML2F8332725899B Permit application is for the 4t 12-11-18-25-2013& 1-1-2014
.... appearance or Imrrisidlately ALLUNKNOWNPARTIESCLAIM- THERKNOWNANDDESCRIBED Space'# F14 ANYPERSON CIAI, ,I,, AN, construction of a surface 1984 *
NOTICE OFAPPUCATION. upon receivihg fis ntifica- INGBY, THROUGH, UNDER, AND ONTHEOFFICIALPLATOFSAID William H King INTEREST IN THESURPLUS FROM water management system to ,FOR TAX.DEED. loi If-the timebefdre tht -AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED CITY (AS ITIHOGRAPHED AND All items in storage contain THE SALE,.IF AINW, OTHERTHAN serve a development known NOTICE OF APPLICATION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That scheduled ap"pearainceIs leis INDIVIDUAL 'PEFENDANT(S) ISSUED BY THE FLORIDA RAIL- household items unless other- THE PROPERTY qOWNER:AS OF as Sound Point Dock. ,The FOR TAX DEED US BANK C/F FLDUNDEEUEN than,7days;,ifyouarehearlng WHO ARE NOT KNOWNTO BE ROAD COMPANY IN 1857 AND wise mentioned. THE DATE OF THE USPEINDENS recelvingwaterbodyisAmneia NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'
Theholder ofthefollowingcer- or voice imrnpdred, call 711. DEADORAUVE,WHETHER SAID E1LARGED, REVISED AND REIS 2t 12-1 1-18-2013 MUST FILE A bLAIM WITHIN 60 River. That US BANK C/F FL DUNDEE
tificate() has filed sad certifi- t 12-4-11-18-25-2013 UNKNOWN ;A RTIES' MAY SUED BY THE FLORIDA TOWN 1975 DAYS AFTER THESALE. The file(s) containing heper- LIEN
cate(s) for the tax deed to be 1967-' CLAIM AN INTERESTASSPOUS- IMPROVEMENT COMPANY IN ---------- If you are a person witha mit application(s) are avail- Theholderofthefolowingcerissued thereon The certIficate -.-- ES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, 1887 AND 1901)-S: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE disabilty who needs any -able for Inspection Monday tificate(s)hasfiledsld certifinumber(s) and. year of IN THE GIRCUIT COURT QROTHERCLAlIMANTS:arqthe SUBLOTBOF2,BLOCK230,CITY FOURTH JUDICIALCIRCUIT accommodation in order to through Friday, except for cate(s)forthe tax deed to be
Issuance, the description of OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL Defendants The Clerk of the OF FERNANDINA BEACPI. IN AND FOR 'partlclpatinthlsproceding, 'District holidays, 8 a.m. to 5 issued thereon.The dertificate
property, and name(s) in CIRCUT INAND FOR .ourt will.sell to thq highest A/K/A 226S12TH STREET, FER- NASSAU COUNTY. FLORIDA you are entitled ato costto p.m.;at the District's Head- number(s) and year of
whichit is assessed areas fol- N jFLRID ad bet bi der for cash at NANDINA BEACH, FL 32034- CIVIL ACTION, you, tothe prv0d of cer quarters, 4049 Reid St., Pdatka, issuance, the description of
lows; : : ," ".,-AlJ UICL NEX 3419 "CASE NO.:45-2010-CA-0 0696 asst e FL.32177-2529. You may also property, and name(s) in
Rile Number:2013042- 6347VBTEAN'SWAY Ahy person claiming an JPMORGAN CHASE BANK ADA Codrd fr ar ;atcrt' viewllesatone othe District's which it is assessed are as fol'Cdrflcatd Numbei: 184 2 4,, dI1- i ,10, YULEE, FLORIDA interest in the surplus from the N.A. 'tpr or ( 60O256 ", Service Centers, but you lows:
Parcel Number EVIARBANK atI1;30AM onthe8thdayof sale, if any, other than the Plaintiff. at lebs 7 days bef youlr should callService Center staff Rile Number: 2013-045-TD
15-2N-23-00000005-0250 Plaintiff, January, 2014. the following property owner asof the date VS. ,, scheduled courtapr in advance to make sure that Certificate Number 314
Year of Issuance: 2011 vs. descibedpropertyassetforth of the Us Pendens must file a GARY LBREWER,etal, or Immedlately .pon recelv- the files, are at a specific Parcel Number:
Description of Property: RAYMOND G. KERN, et al, in sald Find Judgment clcim within sixty (60) days Defendant(s). ng tis notlficationif the lIme Service Center.Service Center 35-4N-23-2020Q061-0000
INOR 1371/1138 Defendant(s).' APORTIONOFSECTIONS50 after the sale. NOTICE OFSALE beforethescheduled appear- contact information is avail- -. Year of Issuance: 2011
Assessed To: 'NOTICE OF SALE' AND 55, TOWNSHIP 3 NORTH WITNESS MY HAND and the PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 anceisless than 7day;Ifyou able online at floridaswater. Description of Property: LOT
FLAP PROPERTIES LLC' PURSUANTTOCHAPTER45 RANGE 27 EAST, NASSAU sedofthisCourtonNovember NOTICE IS -IEREBY GIVEN 're hesng or voice impaired, com/contactus/offices.htnl. 61'IN OR 1411/703 CORNWAL
At ofthe above property Is NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN COUNTY, FLORIDA. 26,2013. .Pursucrattoa Final Judgment cdl 711 Addifonaly,mostpermitappl'-" SURVEY
located in Nassau County. In Pursuant to a Final Judgment 'BEING A PORTION OF PAR- John A. Crawford of Foreclosure dated Decem- Dated this 25 dayof cation fie documents can be Assessed To: the State of Florida, of Foreclosure dated Novem- CELS 1 AND 2, DESCRIBED IN Clerk of the p tcult Court ber 2, 2013, and entered hi November, 2013. viewed online at floridaswa- LOISAU
Unless such certificute(s) Jer 25.2013, 'and entered In OFFICIALRECORDS BOOK397. By :s/AmandaStearn Case No. 45-2010-CA-000696 JOHNA. CRAWFORD All of the above property is shall be redeemed according Case No.- 45-2011'CA-000105 .PAGE .438 OF THE PUBUC Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Court of the ClerkOfThe ClrcuitCourt To obtain Information on how located In Nassau County, in
to Law thaprop rtydescribed of the.Circuit Gourt of the RECORDS OF NASSAU See Americans with Fourth Judicial Circuit in and By/s/Amanda Stemn to find and view permit appli- the State of Florida.
In such certificate or certfi- Fourth Judicial CIrcuit in and COUNTY FLORIDA. Disabilities Act fgF Nassau County, Florida in Deputy Clerk cation file documents, go to Unless such certificate(s) sh.ll
cafes will be sold to the for Nassau County, Florida in SAiD PORTION BEINGMORE If you areaperson with adis- which JPMorgan Chase Bank 21 12-11-18-2013 the HELP tab in E-Permitting be redeemed according tb Hghest Bidder at the MAIN -' which Everbnk, isthe PIdntiff PARIICULARLY DESCRIBED AS ablily who needs any accom- N.A.,isthePlaintiffandGaryL 1978 and cick on.Support and FAQs Law, the property described ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU and Raymond G.KernTammy FOLLOWS: modation in order to partici- Brewer, ,Jennlth Brewer, are ------ and then follow the directions in such certificate or certitiCOUNTY JUDICIAL ANNEX KernClerk6ftbeiret'Court, FOR A-POINT OF'REFERENCE pate in thisproceeding, you defendants, the Nassau INTNI CqRCUTCOURT praildedunder"Howtofinda cafes will be sold to the
763A7 VETERANS WAY,.YULIE u .Cuun 1C Florida, COMMENCE AT THE MOST areentiled, at no cost to you, County Clerik6f the Circult OF EFOUR.,.II, TechnlicdStaf Report(FSR)or Highest Bidder at the lylAIN
FIeniihe'the d a.yih. hathiervhef.Wayne NORTHERLY CORNER OF LOT totheprovlonofcertidnassis- Court will sell to the highest Cg IN other application file docu- ENTRANCE OF THE NASSAU
2014 between t hot t.o. Weaver, TenIant.#1' n/k/a 19,NORTHYULEEACCORDING tance. Please contact the and bestbidderforcashin/on 0UNI, ."tt ml.nts. COUNTY JUDICIAL ANNE,
11:00 a:m. and200-p3n.The RoibetPopearedefendants, TO PLAT RECORDED IN THE ADACoordinator at (904)548- 11:30amatthefrortentrace GENERALJURISDICIOt The decision on permit 76347 VETERANS WAYYULEE, ClerkofColr'sOlicePlicyis the Nassau County Clerk of PUBuC RECORDS OF SAID 4600 press 0, at least 7 days of the Judlclal Annex, Nassau DIVISION applications willbe made at FLon the 14th dayof January,
tohboldthe sale at 11:30 am. the CircuitCourtwillseltothe COUNTY INPLAT BOOK2,PAGE before your scheduled court Cousil yForidaatonihe8day CASE NO. I0000I22CAAXX he District's Service Center 2014, between the hours of JOHN A. CRAWFORD highest and best bidder for 26, AND RUN NORTHEASTERLY appearance, or immediately of January, 2013, the following HOUSEHOLD fNANCE CORP' where the application is 11-00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. The
NASSAU.COUNTY CLERK OF cash.In/on 11:30 am of the ALONG THE NORTHEASTERLY upon receiving this notifica- descibedpropertyassetforlh III, processed. A substantial ClerkofCourt'sOfficePolicyis
COURT front entrance of the Judicial EXTENSION OF THE NORTH- tion if the time before the in said Fina Judgment of Plantilt objection to a permit dppli- to hold the sale at 11:30a.m.'
BY /s/ CHERYL SALMON, Annex. Nasau County, Florida WESTERLY UNE OFSAID LOT 19, scheduledappecranceisless Foreclosure: VS. cation must be made In writ- JOHN A. CRAWFORD
DEPUTY CLERK atonthe 7th day of January; A DISTANCE OF 38.0 FEET TO than7 days:ifyou are hearing A PORTION OFSEC11ON 1, EDWARD A.NIXON. et.d. Ing and filed with (received NASSAU COUNTY
If you are a person wlt dis- 2014, the following described THE CENTER OF THE PAVEMENT or voice impaired, call 711. TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH RANGE 24 Defendant(s). by) the Bureau Chief, Bureau CLERK OF COURT
ablifywhoneedsayppoart- property as set forth Irn sald OF U.S. HIGHWAY 17, BEING 2112-4-11-2013 EAST, NASSAU COUNIY FLORI- NOTICEOF of RegulatorySupport, PO. Box BY/s/Rhoda Goodwin "
modatlon in order to partial- FldJudgmentof Foreclostre: ALSO THE DEPARTMENT OF '1973 DA, BEING MORE PARTICULAR- FORECLOSURESALE 1429, Platka, FL 32178-1429, RHODA GOODWIN,
ore entitled, at no costto you BLUFF UNIfTWO.ACCORDING AND RUN IN A NORTHWESTER- THE St. JOHNS RIVER WATER FOR A POINT OF REFERENCE, pursuantto a Fiand Judgment support@siwmd.comn. within If you are a person with totheprovidonofcertinassis- TOPLATIHEREOFASRECORD- LY DIRECTION ALONG SAID MANAGEMENT DISTRICT COMMENCE AT THE SOUTH-, of Foreclosure dated Novem- 14 days of notification of the disability who needs any stance. Please contact the ED IN PLAT BOOK 4, PAGES 92 SURVEY UNE AND CENTER OF (DISTRICT) GIVES WEST CORNER OF SECTION 1, ber 25, 2013. andentered in applIcation. Please include accommodation in order to ADA Coordinator at (904)548- AND 93. OF THE RUBUC REC- PAVEMENT,' A DISTANCE OF NOTICE OF RECEIPT OF THE TOWNSHIP 1 NORTH, RANGE 24 10000522CAAXYX of the either the Permit Applicatio' pcrtiaipate inthis proceedng, 4600 press 0, at least 7 days ORDS OF NASSAU COUNTY, 6,968.06 FEET: RUN THENCE FOLLOWING EAST, NASSAU COUNTY, FLORI- Circuit Court of the Fourth nunberortheProjectNameri you are entitled, at no cost to
before your scheduled court FLORIDA.TOGETHERWITHTHAT NORTH 50 DEGREES 32 MIN- PERMIT APPUCATION(S): DA, FROM THE POINT OF COM- Judicial Circuit in and for the objection. Notification of you totheprovidon of cerdan appearance, br immediately CERTAIN MOBILE HOME LOCA- UTES 19 SECONDS EAST AT A ERP Permit Applications MENCEMENTTHUSDESCRIBED, NassauCounty Florida where- the application is either the asdstance. Please contact the upon receiving this notifica- TED THEREON AS A FIXTURE RIGHT ANGLE TO SAID UNE, A Three Rivers Timber LLC, RUN THENCE NORTH 07 In HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORP fifth day after the date on ADA Coordinator at (904) 548ton if the time before the ANDAPPURTENANCETHERETO DISTANCE OF 38.0 FEETTO THE .4315 Pablo Oaks Ct Ste I, DEGREES 47 MINUTES 26SEC- Illis the Plaintiff and EDWARD which the written notice is 4600 press 0, at least 7 days scheduled appearance Is less WITHVIN#FLHML2F71727367A EASTERLY RIGHT-OF WAY UNE Jacksonville, FL 32224, appli- ONDS EAST, ALONG THE A. NIXON; PATSEY E. NIXON; deported inthe U.S. mail (for before your scheduled court than 7 days: if you are hearing AND FLHML2F71727367B. OF SAID HIGHWAY (A 76.0 cation #CON-089-105897-3. SOUTHERLY UNE OF SECTION EUSE PHIUPS; UNKNOWN TEN- those persons who receive appearance, or immediately or voice impaired, cll 711. A/K/A 85321 STEPHEN RD., FOOT RIGHT-OF WAY ); RUN The project is located in lA DISTANCE OF 661.85 FEET ANT(S) are the Defendant(s). actud notice by U.S.rmaiD,the upon receiving this notifica4t 12-4-11-18-25-2013 YULEE FL 32097-4772 THENCE NORTH 39 DEGREES27 Nassau County, Sections: 10. TOA POINT SAID POINT BEING John Crawford as the Clerk of day the notice is emailed (for tion if the time before the
1965 Any person claiming an MINUTES 41 SECONDS WEST 1l1,14 T5,4 44 and 9,Townsip: SITUATEONTHESOUTHEASTER- the Circuit Courtwil sell tothe those persons who receive scheduled appearance is less
---------- interest in the surplus from the ALONG SAID RIGHT-OF-WAY, A 2 North, Range: 26 East. and LY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF U.S. highest ujnd best bidder for actud notice by ernal), or the than 7 days; if you are hearirfg
NOTICE OF APPUCATION sale, if any, other than the DISTANCE OF 137.85 FEET; RUN includes 1585.57 acres. The HIGHWAY NO. 301; THENCE cash, Front Entrance, Nassau date the notice is published or voice impaired, cal71 1.:
FORTAX DEED propertyownerasofthedate THENCENORTH50DEGREESO8 EnvironmentdResourcePermit NORTH 35 DEGREES 07 MIN- JudicidAnnex76347Velerms in the newspaper (if actual 4tl12-11-18-25-2013&1L1-20T3
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN of the Ls Pendens must file a MINUTES 05 SECONDS EAST A application is for the con- UTES 35 ,SECONDS EAST, Way, Yulee, FL 32097, at 11:30 notice is not provided by U.S. 1985
ThaltUS BANK C/F FL DUNDEE clam within 60 days after the DISTANCE OF 363.0 FEET TO THE struction of a surface water ALONG SAID SOUTHEASTERLY AM on Janucry 8, 2013,1hefl- mal or emaii). A substantiala ..-.---UEN sole. POINT OF BEGINNING. management system to serve RIGHT OF WAY UNE, A DIS- lowing described property as objection" means a written Legal Deadline Noon Frday.
Theholderofthefollowingcer- Dated in Nassau County, FROMTHEPOINTOF BEGIN- a development known as TANCE OF 1273.05.FEET TO.A set forth in said Final tificate(s) has fled said certifi- Florida this 26 day of NING THUS DESCRIBED, CON- Three Rivers. The receiving POINT, SAID POINT BEING AT Judgment, to wit l cate(s) for the tax deed to be November, 2013. TINUE NORTH 50 DEGREES 08 waterbody is Boggy Creek THE INTERSECTION OF SAID TRACT SEVEN (7), BLOCK NOTICE-TO ALL CUSTOMERS:
Issued thereon. The certificate John A. Crawford MINUTES 05 SECONDS EAST, A and Nassau River. SOUTHEASTERLY RIGHT OF WAY NINE (9), YULEE WOODS SEC- The Post Office Box mailIng address for the number(s) and year of Clerk of the Circuit Court DISTANCE OF 50.0 FEET TO A The file(s) containing the UNE OF U.S. HIGHWAY NO.301 TION Ill, ACCORDING TO THE News.Leader has changed from P.O. Box766 issuance, the description of Nassau County, Florida POINT DESIGNATED AS POINT A perrrit application(s) are aval- WITH THE NORTHERLY UNE OF PLAT THEREOF AS RECORDED to P.O. Box 16766. FPernandlna Beach. FL 32035 property nd names) in which By:/s/ Sue Powell IN THIS DESCRIPTION: RUN able fon inspection Monday HIGGINBoTHAM ROAD ( A IN PLAT BOOKS., PAGES 239 _____________________


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Awesome view ofEgan's Creek &FPort Cinch Cottage Estate Sale Brick home 2BiR/2B Nice 3B'2BA Ocean View bome, observaSt Pinadat tO Goseto the~eadianfDownltown,400sqft. lion deck,, wetbar, central atrium, and beach
historic landmark Amelia Island Ligbthouse. Garage, 1200 sqft. Heated/Cooled, access across the street make tis a home for
37044/- ft on Navigable side of Egan's Creek entertaining! Stucco exterior, side entry .
and is one of the-highest elevations on ibte east : garage, and unopened street on south side of .
coast $214,500 MIS#60058 lot are bther features of this home.
$850,000 MLS# 37069 $595,000 MLS#60398

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in loflon Oaks o arge c re lot wh fenced Prisaie 75 Ocafont lot on Amelia sland. Great Ocean 'View Daple 3BRi/2A ."
in back yard. Thereis additional parkisngin the Your chance t own one of the few remaining Upstaiis & has open concept with thekitchen, backyardwitliparkiingpadandgitedaccessto OceanfontIotasavailableconAmnelialIshlad. dining, and living room all together rear yard. Master bidroombas oversized walk- Buy now for itlor investment or to build. 2BR/1BA downstairs. Long term rental only.
i shower and a large walk-in closet. Popular north end location.
$137,500 MLS#59700. $525,000 MLS#56671 $350,000 MLS#60542

85500 AVANT ROAD CUSTOMIZED 3BR/2BA 850688 US Hwy 17
Truly unique htime build over Lofton Creek. split bedroom. Customotit-in ahelving, granitre coun- Wel-buit ADA ac aible building on a 3.8 acre lot At high tide you can fish from the frOnt or tenop.Garag is heated & cooled, located on the Commarcal Inateasive Zoring Allows openion of back porch. There is also a private boat soth end ocAmelia islanders, is Golfside Sotl met imnes. Listing in far building and land
rap.Pscnn eih!with a chuamplanshrip golfcourne. only, some of the equipment and irnvernor ay be'
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$220,000 MLS#59O259 -.$459,000 MLS#59(TOpucasd '$375,000 MLS5#58403 .. 6' $,"4/

RACHAELAVENUE 75'xi0' lot $130,000 AWESOME VIEW of Egan's Creek & Ft. Clinch State Park sinSCOONER LANDING'is ceaaily located on the Inland, close to Lihhis.30/ t f aial gmCek n ftehg-gle family estate lot adjacent to historic landmark Amelia Island.
the beach, and shopleg, this is for lot 20 & 21 logethent 85'x100'. est elevations on the east coast. Possible oceanview and/or view of
S$95,000 MLS#55195 downtown Femandina Beach. Tree/top/boundary survey on file
2.66 ACRE LOT in Nassauville, undeveloped and ready to build. $995,000 MLS#37069
Deeded Access to Rainbow Acres Boat Ramp and short'distance Ocean front 75 ft lot $525,000 MLS 56671
Sfromnewcontyboatramp.$I49,000 MLS#57615 .FLORIDA S OLDEST W EEKLY N E WS PA P ERDESIRABLE 1 ACRE Lot Ha the South End of the Island,
hiyha ooclbou botrmpad ok 6,00v1,#56 erty on Amelia, $250,000 for'the Acre, or the corner 1/2 acre for ']iI.-. ,/
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lot located on Highway 17 just south of A1A. Commercial High development area in the heat of Yulee. $295,000.
Intensive Zoning allows operation of most businesses. Listing is Owner Financing Possible. Plans for an 11,000s.f.
for building and land only, some of the equipment and inventory Professional Office Building on file.C all today & m ake
may be purchased. Owners will also consider a long term lease 64 ACRES along Amelia Island Parkway for a C all a &a
for building and lattd. $375,000 ML.S#58403 Master Planned Development
MINI WAREHOUSE Good opportunity to grow your som e extra cas
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U.S:17. total 3.5 acres+/-. Warehouse on approx. 2 acres.
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