Lee Moon had a varied sports background including playing pro football and coaching college teams for 18 years. He came to UNF in 2009.
Eugenia Ngo-Seidel and Emily Cason with the Florida Department of Health Nassau recently gave a presentation to the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise on their programs in Nassau County.
Their company, Paz and Associates – The Bookstore Training Group, helps booksellers develop knowledge and skills to successfully operate profitable, independent bookstores.
The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise recently welcomed four new members, and had a guest speaker from Operation New Uniform.
The Rotary club looks forward to another year as they continue their projects throughout the community and internationally. They recognized outgoing officers and introduced new officers for the coming year.
The EABC (European American Business Club) meeting for July will be a pub night social at Pablo’s Mexican Grill and Cantina.
Join the Nassau County Sierra Club for a free family-friendly movie, The Whale,at the Fernandina Beach library July 4th at 6:45 pm, before the fireworks start downtown.
Come join the European American Business Club for the May meeting and get some insight into what drove Dave Scott to his madcap madness.
Behind the scruffy beards, the plumed hats, leather boots, and tight corsets, the Pirates are active members of the community with real jobs like realtors, nurses, business owners and retirees.
Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise welcomes Mollie Garrett and Ashanta Albury to discuss Florida Support Services’ Foster Care Program.
In 2012, the Sunrise Club applied for district matching grants which resulted in over $33,279.04 to Wolfson Children’s Hospital to purchase four pediatric neurosurgery beds.
Sunrise Rotary Club of Amelia Island designated Micah’s place as the recipient of this quarter’s morning meeting fundraising efforts.
The overwhelmingly successful event featured a VIP event with a variety of wines paired with food selections provided by Horizons restaurant.
Micah’s Place, a Certified Domestic Violence Center in Nassau County, has announced the selection of Heather Woody Jones as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Rotary Club was recently treated to a mini lesson in the ancient martial art of Tai Chi from the owner of First Coast Tai Chi, John Cipriani.