Monthly Archive: August 2012
There is no monopoly on becoming a millionaire. Don’t just sit there and complain. Do something to make more money – spend less time drinking, playing games and socializing and more time working.
Listening to the words of a rap song I learned about the existance of self-proclaimed rulers of the world, The Illuminati.
Opinion, Weird and Wacky News
The Amelia Island Museum of History will celebrate its 35th anniversary in November of this year.
History, Service Clubs
Three rehabilitated green sea turtles will be released into their native Florida waters by the staff of the Georgia Sea Turtle Center.
Love, Loss and What I Wore features the talents of Shannon Shaw, Annette Rawls, Amy Dawkins, Doris Davis, and Susan Dahl.
Amelia Farmers Market Opening Celebration at the Shops of Omni Amelia Island Plantation.
Confessing and Dealing with guilt in a positive and responsible manner, will make life a lot easier to face.
I don’t have a tattoo, but I love to look at my friend’s and discover the motives and meanings behind this beautiful art form.
Enjoy a low-country boil under the stars to benefit “Meals on wheels for Pets”
Charity Events, Pets
With no more real tools at hand to crank up the economy, the Fed now has to, once again, try to jumpstart the economy with hot air.
Blogs, Economy, Money and finance
This Drifters concert raises funds for Fernandina’s Interfaith Dinner Network, feeding folks at the Salvation Army’s Hope House.
Charity Events, Music
Electronic health records (EHR) convert paper records into a digital format that can be available when and where it’s needed.
Barnabas Center outperforms most other nonprofit organizations in America.
Charity Events, Service Clubs
Jim Bury, a Navy veteran with 40 years of active duty and civil service, recently spoke to members of the Rotary Club of Amelia Island
Community Redevelopment Are (CRA) Advisory Board for Fernandina Beach, Florida will be holding an organizational meeting Wednesday