Monthly Archive: May 2014
Understand your personal goals, from college savings to retirement, and create long-term investment strategies and a well-balanced portfolio.
Money and finance
FSCJ is hosting this open house to highlight the services available locally to Veterans.
Joey and Jeanne just released their new song, Someone’s Son Took My Place, honoring U.S. veterans of foreign wars.
The irony of technology in the 21st century is that it forces budgets to be constantly overhauled and re-designed.
The Nassau County Public Library announces the One Book, One Community read for 2014 will be The Finisher, by David Baldacci.
Community Events, In the News
This show is not for the mild mannered – expect to be rocked out of your comfort zone by more than one “F-bomb” being dropped on the audience.
On June 20th facilities around the globe will host swimming lessons simultaneously in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record.
For every $1 million spent by travelers to Florida, 11 jobs are created, which represents 13 percent of the state’s total non-farm employment.
The May 24, 2014 Fernandina Beach Market Place and Fernandina Beach Arts Market are shaping up to be one huge event!
Art, Island Info, Shopping
The Good Body examines women of all cultures and backgrounds and how they feel compelled to change the way they look in order to fit in.
Equality, innovation, honesty, and advancement are all the words we pick from a pre-conceived list.
Hackers broke into eBay and stole user information and they are now warning you to change your password.
In the News, Technology
Alison Conboy provided the Rotary Club an inside look at the activities and current happenings on the Talbot Islands State Parks.
Starting an Internet-based business or restructuring an existing business to be operable over the Internet, offers numerous opportunities in terms of diversified income plus maneuverability.
Blogs, Money and finance
The concert will open with the Star Bangled Banner, sung by Bob Quinby, of Amelia Island.