Semi Annual Five Dollar Gem Sale

Semi Annual Five Dollar Gem SaleFriday, June 12, 2015, from 7:30 to 4:30 PM, is the semi-annual, $5.00 Gem and Jewelry Sale to benefit the hospital auxiliary at Baptist Nassau.

If you like jewelry and like to find a great deal, you will love this sale.

The vendor comes armed with jewelry, leather goods, accessories, watches, pashminas, and so much more. Nearly every item is only $5.00.

This is one of the Mouth of Amelia’s favorite fund raisers; you owe it to yourself to stop by the hospital on Friday, June 12, and see for yourself!

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Rotary Gets An Update on Micah’s Place

Rotary Gets An Update on Micah's PlaceOn Friday, May 15, 2015, Lauren Goode of Micah’s Place gave an overview presentation to the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise, providing a whole new perspective about the organization.

Members learned of the various services that Micah’s Place provides to victims of domestic violence, including shelter, a help hotline, counseling, legal advocacy, and community outreach services.

The Sunrise Rotary Club designated Micah’s place as the recipient of this quarter’s morning meeting fundraising efforts.

Pictured here is Lauren Goode with Mark Cutshaw, club president.

The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise meets every Friday at 7:30 a.m. at the Fernandina Beach Golf Club. For more information about the club or to attend a morning breakfast meeting, please contact president, Mark Cutshaw, at mcutshaw@fpuc.com or go to www.ameliaislandrotary.com.

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Local Pirates Club to Co-host NAMI Awareness Walk Sunday

 Local Pirates Club to Co-host NAMI Awareness Walk SundayThe Fernandina Pirate Club will be co-hosting the Nassau NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Community Awareness Walk to celebrate Mental Health month on May 17, 2015 (Sunday).

The gathering place will be at Central Park from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm.

Local mental and behavioral health providers will be on hand to answer questions about the variety of services offered in our community.

Refreshments will be provided and there will be a raffle with great prizes!

This stroll to the beach is designed to promote awareness about the need to reduce stigma surrounding mental illness.

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Runners shine, even in the rain

Runners shine, even in the rainDespite sporadic rain showers, runners from around Nassau – and neighboring counties – shined bright during the Micah’s Place “Taking Strides to End Abuse” 5K/Fun Run/Kids Zone.

The 2nd annual event, which kicked off at Central Park, was held on Saturday, April 25th, took runners on a trek down Atlantic Avenue, with a finish line near the Park.

While temperatures in the mid-70s and a steady rain overshadowed the race, they couldn’t outshine the blistering pace set by many runners on what many considered a “fast” course.

race-1The race’s overall winner was Laura DiBella, 36, of Fernandina Beach, who finished the race with a time of 19:18, and an impressive pace of 6:13. DiBella was one of eight runners who finished the race with a pace under seven minutes.

While not all participants ran at top speed, everyone shone brighter than the overcast skies, with many runners wearing purple in support of Victims of Domestic Violence.

“It was a fabulous day for runners, walkers and spectators. We are so thrilled to have so many committed community members show their support, despite the weather. As we know, Domestic Violence doesn’t stop for bad weather – so neither will we.” said Heather Jones, Chief Executive Officer for Micah’s Place.

Race 4-cropThis event was emceed by John Drew, with all proceeds going to Micah’s Place to assist victims of domestic violence in Nassau County.

Micah’s Place nonprofit is the only Certified Domestic Violence Center serving Nassau County, Florida. Its mission is to provide prevention and intervention services to victims of domestic violence and to provide education and awareness within the community to affect change in behavior and attitudes relating to domestic violence.

Micah’s Place offers safe, confidential shelter, advocacy, a 24-hour toll-free hotline, counseling, legal advocacy, and support groups to victims of domestic violence.

All services are free and confidential. For more information, please visit www.micahsplace.org or call our administration office at 904-491-6364 or our Hotline call (800) 500-1119.

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2015 Nassau Humane Society Gala A Huge Success

2015 Nassau Humane Society Gala A Huge Success The inaugural Nassau Humane Society Gala, held April 18th, 2015 at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island was a huge success. A semi-formal cocktail hour welcomed over 200 attendees on the Talbot ballroom terrace and lobby area. During this time, attendees were encouraged to bid on Silent Auction items ranging from custom artwork to luxury hotel stays at the Ritz-Carlton in Atlanta, Georgia.

Following the cocktail reception, guests were invited into the Talbot ballroom for dinner. The evening’s program featured Guest Speaker Nikos Westmoreland. He is a talented emcee as well as the chief marketing officer for PRI Productions, and a guest host who is often seen on television’s First Coast Living.

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Pictured above: Ron Heymann, Dr. and Mrs. Kevin Lin, Jenny Moore – Christenson and Tom Christenson, Nikos Westmoreland

Dinner included wine and a choice of boneless beef short rib, chicken piccatta, or a full vegetarian selection.

John-and-Penny-Landregan-Larry-Mindy-WilliamsPictured to the right: John and Penny Landregan, Larry and Mindy Williams

The local organization raised just over $35,000 in event donations and sponsorships, and additionally, received a $15,000 donation to begin a new animal care fund, WAGS (Wonderful Animals Getting Services).

After heart-felt messages by Westmoreland, NHS Executive Director Tom Christenson, and NHS Board President Beth Hughes, guests were invited to dance to vibrant big band and jazz music performed by Crescendo Amelia. The celebration ended around 10:30pm.

In total, the event raised $50,000 in funds to help the homeless animals of Nassau County.

The Nassau Humane Society is already planning to host the 2nd Annual Gala in spring of 2016.

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8 Flags Playscapes and the Palace Saloon Charity Golf Event

8 Flags Playscapes and the Palace Saloon Charity Golf EventSunday we have a very fun event in town that needs our help. The Palace Saloon (i.e. Amelia Island Hospitality Group) puts on a charity golf outing at Amelia River Golf Club for the last few years. It has gotten big! They use their influence with the beer and liquor distributors to put on one heck of an event.

Last year, this event raised over $10,000 for 8 Flags Playscapes. It was one of the largest donations to fund Pirate Playground. That single donation really helped put us over the top and allowed us to increase the size of the surfacing. We are very thankful for that donation and for AIHG to partner with us again this year to build Egans Creek Park’s universally accessible kayak launch and dock.

We need a good number of volunteers across two shifts on Sunday, April 26, 2015.

We’re using VolunteerSpot (the leading online signup and reminder tool) to organize our upcoming activity.

Please sign up for Palace Saloon Golf Classic!

Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps
1. Copy and paste into your browser: http://vols.pt/76Q6QK
2. Enter your email address: (You will NOT need to register an account on VolunteerSpot)
3. Sign up! Choose your spots – VolunteerSpot will send you an automated confirmation and reminders. Easy!

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Taking Strides to End Abuse 5K is April 25, 2015

Taking Strides to End Abuse 5K is April 25, 2015When it comes to the upcoming Micah’s Place, Taking Strides to End Abuse 5K/Fun Run & Kid Zone, it doesn’t matter whether you run, walk, roll, trot or prance! It just matters that you show your support for Victims of Domestic Violence in Nassau County.

Enjoy Food Trucks and vendors, FREE Kid’s Zone with no entry fee, Beer and Wine Tent, Hula Hooping, and lots of live music by local musicians, including Dan Voll & Michelle, Jim Barcaro, and Julia Savage. John Drew will emcee the event.

The 1Mile Fun Run begins at begins at 5:00 PM and is just $10. The first 50 kids can expect a free “Swag Bag” which includes a coupon good for a free slice of pizza & soft drink, courtesy of Townies – and 1 free round of golf courtesy of Putt-Putt at the Beach.

The 5K Run begins at 5:30 PM, is $30 in advance and $35 on race day. The first 200 5K runners will get a commemorative Race Day Shirt!

This great event takes place on Saturday, April 25, 2015, from 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM, at Central Park in Fernandina Beach, Florida.

Register online at http://www.1stplacesports.com/endabuse5k.html.

Packet pick up will take place on Friday, April 24th from 11 AM – 6 PM at Current Running in Fernandina Beach, and on race day at the event beginning at 3:00 PM.

All proceeds will go to Micah’s Place to assist victims of domestic violence in Nassau County.

Micah’s Place nonprofit is the only Certified Domestic Violence Center serving Nassau County, Florida. Its mission is to provide prevention and intervention services to victims of domestic violence and to provide education and awareness within the community to affect change in behavior and attitudes relating to domestic violence.

Micah’s Place offers safe, confidential shelter, advocacy, a 24-hour toll-free hotline, counseling, legal advocacy, and support groups to victims of domestic violence.

All services are free and confidential. For more information, please visit www.micahsplace.org or call our administration office at 904-491-6364 or our Hotline call (800) 500-1119.

Sponsors & Community Partners include:
DTW Research, Inc
Scott & Sons Jewelry
KK Marketing
Johnny’s Electric
Antisyn IT
Molina Healthcare
Nassau Health foods
Brett’s Waterway Café
CBC National Bank
Farmand, Farmand & Farmand P.A.
Call Construction
Brightway Insurance
Prime Lending
Donna Lynne Custom Homes
Gorham Custom Builders
Coastal Concierge Services
Merry Maids
California Pizza Kitchen
Care Spot
Compass Group
Flash Foods
Current Running
Azaleum Creative
Celebration Party Rental
Let’s Roll
Fast Signs
Putt-Putt

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FORK Dinner Sold Out in Less Than Four Hours

FORK Dinner Sold Out in Less Than Four HoursThe FORK Dinner being held on April 26, 2015, a fundraiser for the Barnabas Center, sold out in 3 hours and 42 minutes!!!

FORK stands for Fernandina Outdoor Restaurant Kitchen. This fabulous evening of dining was imagined by Tapha Sears and Melanie Grimley three years ago. The two wanted to see a multitude of chefs cooking together in an outdoor setting, taking away the comforts of their kitchen and giving them a chance to cook together.

The chefs involved this year are Chef Andrew Yeo of The Ritz, Chef Wesley Cox of Davids, Chef Adam Sears of The Maxwell Group, Chef Roberto Pestana of Espana and Chef Brian Grimley of LuLu’s.

This is a very unusual dining event and apparently it is not easy to get tickets!

The first year Chefs were Scotty Swartz of 29 South, Luca From Ciao and Brian, Roberto, and Adam.

The second year Chefs were Chef Ricky Pigg of Joes 2nd St Bistro, Chef Marshall from The Florida House, and Brian, Scotty, Adam, and Roberto.

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Imagine No Malaria

Imagine No MalariaThe United Methodist Church is calling its entire denomination to partner with our sisters and brothers in Africa to eradicate Malaria. Malaria is a 100% preventable disease transmitted through mosquito bites that steals a life every 60 seconds. Most victims are pregnant women and children in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The United Methodist Church in Florida committed to raising $2.5 million of the $75 million goal of the “Imagine No Malaria” initiative. Imagine No Malaria hopes to achieve victory over this deadly disease through prevention, education, communication and treatment.

Imagine No Malaria achieves prevention mainly by distributing bed nets and teaching families how to use them. For the cost of just $10, a bed net protects multiple members of a family for up to three years. In addition, the program teaches simple means of avoiding malaria, such as eliminating standing water where mosquitoes breed.

Through the education initiative, Imagine No Malaria trains a grassroots network of community health workers. These community members are best-equipped to earn trust in reaching the local people and to ensure the information continues to be shared well into the future.

For communication, Imagine No Malaria distributes radios to village chiefs. These radios receive broadcasts regarding prevention, outbreaks, and treatment of the disease.

Finally, Imagine No Malaria partners with hospitals and clinics to improve diagnosis, case management and access to medication for malaria victims.

In honor of World Malaria Day, Memorial United Methodist Church will host a booth at the Fernandina Beach Market Place (North 7th Street) on April 25, from 9:00 A.M. until 1:00 P.M. Visit the booth to learn what you can do to stop this disease. You may make donations at the booth, or deliver them to Memorial United Methodist Church at 601 Centre Street, Fernandina Beach, FL 32034. Please make checks payable to “MUMC” and designate “INM” on the memo line.

For additional information, contact Sarah Flint at (904)261-5769 or see imaginenomalaria.org.

During the time it took you to read this, another life was needlessly lost. Will you do something about that?

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Concert with a Cause Helps Return Mobility to People

Concert with a Cause Helps Return Mobility to PeopleConcert With a Cause benefits P.E.T. Nassau (Personal Energy Transport).

PET is a faith-based, volunteer-powered, humanitarian, and world-wide organization. The mission of this organization is to return mobility to children and adults who have lost the use of their legs to polio, accidents or other misfortunes.

The Nassau Community Band provides an annual concert to support Personal Energy Transportation. Funds raised are used for canes, foldable walkers, crutches, wheelchairs, and three-wheeled wheelchairs.

The concert will be at 7:00 PM on Sunday, April 19, 2015, at Maxwell Hall in Memorial United Methodist Church located at 6th and Center Streets in Fernandina Beach.

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Fernandina Beach High School Participates in Jacksonville’s One Spark

Fernandina Beach High School Participates in Jacksonville's One SparkFernandina Beach High School is participating in OneSpark in Jacksonville, Florida!

Chef Michael Gass, teacher of the school’s culinary arts program, is creating Project Pirate CAFÉ, which is an acronym for teaching Culinary Arts through Farming Education. This outdoor classroom will consist of 12 raised beds where students can grow their own produce, prepare dishes from the foods they’ve grown and sell them in the café.

What is One Spark?
One Spark is the World’s Largest Crowdfunding Festival, designed to connect Creators with the resources they need to bring their ideas to life. From April 7 – 12, 2015, artists, entrepreneurs and innovators in Art, Education, Health & Science, Music, Social Good, and Technology will display Projects in a 20-square-block, multi-venue gallery in downtown Jacksonville, Florida.

One Spark is the community behind great ideas. It’s your chance to submit and decide on the next big thing. It’s the opportunity to get involved, be inspired, connect and collaborate.

The project for Fernandina Beach High School will be pitched to the judges (think Shark Tank) on Friday evening at 8:20 pm at the corner of Forsyth and Main Streets.

Chef Gass teaches his students from real world experience; this project opens the conversation, and his curriculum, to topics like healthy meal options, obesity, special diets, nutrition and more.

You can help by downloading the One Spark app for iPhone or Android devices and contributing to the projects that inspire you, like the Pirate Cafe.

For more information, visit OneSpark.com.

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7th Annual Nassau County Animal Expo

7th Annual Nassau County Animal ExpoThe Seventh Annual Nassau County Animal Expo sponsored by Cats Angels, Inc. SPCA will be held on Saturday, April 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Atlantic Recreation Auditorium, 2500 Atlantic Avenue, Fernandina Beach.

Joining the Expo will be animal rescue groups from the NE Florida area, vendors and animal advocates.

Our special guests from the Jumpin’ Jax Flyball Club will have relay races throughout the day. To find out more about this canine and human sport visit www.jumpinjaxflyball.com.

In addition to the animals, there will be a Silent Auction with items at all price points sponsored by Trailer Park Collectibles, a Bake Sale featuring pastry chef Noelle Almond and an arts & crafts Kids Corner.

Admission is FREE. For every 5 lbs of dry dog or cat food donated, you will receive a ticket for Door Prizes.

All spayed/neutered and well-behaved pets on leashes are welcome.

Check us out on Facebook or call 904-321-2267 for more information.

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2015 Micah’s Place Taking Strides to End Abuse

2015 Micah's Place Taking Strides to End AbusePlease join Micah’s Place for the 2nd Annual Taking Strides to End Abuse 5K/Fun Run & Kid Zone on Saturday, April 25, 2015, from 4:30 – 9:00 P.M at Central Park on Atlantic Boulevard, Fernandina Beach, FL.

This event features an evening 5K, 1 Mile Fun Run, Food Trucks & Vendors, FREE Kid’s Zone, Beer and Wine, Live Music, and more!

Online registration is now available on 1st Place Sports website, and a link is available on the Micah’s Place Face Book Page.

Once online registration closes you my still register on race day, prior to the event.

Packet pick up will take place on Friday, April 24th from 10 AM to 6 PM at the 1st Place Sports Baymeadows Store – and from 11 AM – 6 PM at Current Running in Fernandina Beach. Packets will then be taken to the race site for race day pickup beginning at 3:00 PM.

Awards will be presented to the top three men and women overall and the top three in each of the following male and female age groups. Stay after the race for the post race celebration, including Food and drinks, vendor booths, FREE kid’s zone, and live music!

Last but not least, the day’s music will be generously provided by local musicians, including Dan Voll, Julia Savage and more.

All proceeds for this great event will go to Micah’s Place to assist victims of domestic violence in Nassau County.

Micah’s Place nonprofit is the only Certified Domestic Violence Center serving Nassau County, Florida. Its mission is to provide prevention and intervention services to victims of domestic violence and to provide education and awareness within the community to affect change in behavior and attitudes relating to domestic violence.

Micah’s Place offers safe, confidential shelter, advocacy, a 24-hour toll-free hotline, counseling, legal advocacy, and support groups to victims of domestic violence. All services are free and confidential. For more information, please visit www.micahsplace.org or call our administration office at 904-491-6364 or our Hotline call (800) 500-1119.

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Nassau Humane Society Gala – For the Love of Animals

Nassau Humane Society Gala - For the Love of AnimalsFernandina Beach, FL – The Nassau Humane Society will host its first ever Gala, For the Love of Animals. The Gala will benefit their new facility which opened last year. This grand event will be held at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island, Talbot Ballroom beginning at 6:00pm with a Cocktail Reception and Dinner at 7:00pm.

Nikos Westmoreland, who Co-anchors on First Coast Living, will be the guest speaker and the 21 piece Big Band, Crescendo Amelia will supply the music for dancing.

There are two Big Dog Platinum Sponsors, Fernandina Beach Animal Clinic and First Coast Community Bank. Both of these businesses have generously contributed $3,000 to enable this Gala to become reality. The Ritz-Carlton has also been kind in their contribution to this worthy cause.

There are four levels of sponsorship available, as well as individual tickets at $150 per person.

A Silent Auction will be held the evening of the Gala. Local merchants have donated a variety of items for bidding. The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island donated a one-night stay and a one 50-minute massage, Marriott Saw Grass donated a one-night stay at their resort, and Crawford Jewelry added a $300 gift certificate. Other items include an autographed Kenny Loggins guitar and an Oyster Roast hosted by Anglea Wallace Pierson. Bidding will also be available for a three-night stay at Paul and Mary Anne Murphy’s New Orleans home. These are just a few of the Silent Auction items that will be enticing the attendees on April 18th, 2015.

Please consider joining the pack and attend The Nassau Humane Society Gala, For the Love of Animals.

The Nassau Humane Society is a nonprofit organization which exists fully through the kindness of donations.

To purchase tickets, please call (904) 321-1647 or www.nassauhumanesociety.com.

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RockTenn and Fernandina Beach Fire Department Partnership

RockTenn and Fernandina Beach Fire Department PartnershipDuring RockTenn’s Fernandina Beach mill’s recent outage, the Fernandina Beach Fire Department (FBFD) conducted high‐angle and confined‐space rescue training onsite at the mill. A high‐angle rescue is used in situations where rescuers are totally dependent upon ropes to get themselves and the victim to safe ground.

To show their appreciation, the RockTenn mill donated $10,000 worth of high‐angle and confined‐space rescue equipment to the fire department, including harnesses, helmets, pulley systems, carabineers, flashlights, and gloves. The mill also donated an additional $10,000 to the City of Fernandina Beach.

“FBFD would like to thank RockTenn, Colin Campbell, and Tom Sweetser for assisting our department in obtaining the specialized equipment and certified training so that we may provide high‐angle and confined‐space rescue services not only to RockTenn but the numerous other industrial facilities on the island or anywhere in the City that may require the need for this type of technical rescue,” said Jason Higginbotham, Deputy Fire Chief. “We greatly appreciate and value the superb working relationship between us and RockTenn, and look forward to many more years of working and training together.”

“We enjoy giving back to the community,” said Tom Sweetser, General Manager of the RockTenn mill. “This is our way of thanking the City and the Fire Department for their commitment and assistance.”

“We have a long‐standing relationship with the FBFD,” said Colin Campbell, the mill’s safety manager. “We appreciate their ongoing service and are glad that we are able to give back and support the department that in turn supports the community.”

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