As the congregations get poorer the churches are losing necessary funds to maintain services and buildings
Monthly Archive: March 2010
There are activities, dances, Egg Hunts and sunrise services on the beaches of Amelia Island for the Easter weekend.
While Transportation Secretary LaHood warns airlines against whining about high speed train funding, top dem Harry Reid pulls plug on Maglev train funding between Vegas and SoCal
Amelia Island SunSplash is a reggae music concert series held on the first Saturday of each month June through September.
Nassau Goes Pink is holding an all day festival at Main Beach on the Atlantic Ocean in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
Richly endowed with tourism and vacation resources, Florida is now looking at a Washington dictated oil drilling future that may kill the Sunshine State’s visitor attraction.
Join the Amelia Island Plantation’s Nature Center for a spectacular sunset and watch the birds settle in for the night.
The 42nd Annual Mandarin Art Festival is this weekend, April 3rd and 4th, from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on both days.
Friday night, April 2nd, is Sounds on Centre in historic Fernandina Beach.
AARP is sponsoring a Candidate Forum in the City of Fernandina Beach and all of the City Commissioners have been invited.
City of Fernandina Beach Waterfronts Florida Partnership Meeting
The Fernandina Beach Arts Council will hold their next meeting on April 12, 2010 at 5:30 PM.
Grandma has not lost her sense of humor one bit since she turned 90 years old earlier this month!
Without pomp and circumstance, the treasured landmark Log Cabin was demolished this morning in Fernandina Beach, Florida.
As the New Poor are settling in their new life, “old economy” government hand outs are becoming the acceptable norm for many.