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2015 Fernandina Pirates Club Scholarship

2015 Fernandina Pirates Club ScholarshipThe Fernandina Pirates Club, Inc. is calling for entries to their scholarship essay contest open to all Nassau County high school seniors. The gnarly scallywags offer two separate awards. One winner will be given some extra booty for college, and the other winner is chosen from the pool of students who enter the competition, that have chosen to serve in our United States Armed Forces.

All contestants must submit a 750 word essay to the Pirates Club, by Monday April 13, 2015. The subject is to be about pirates or pirating: past, present or future, complete with proper citations and references. Eligible students may attend high school at home, in a public or private school, or in another county, but they must be a full-time resident of Nassau County, Florida.

The award for the college bound student is a check for up to $1,500.00 made payable to the winner’s chosen school upon acceptance, and must be applied towards tuition and/or books. The winning entry for the student entering military service will receive a check for $500.00 upon completion of basic training. Proof of completion is required.

The winner(s) must be available to join the Pirates on Sunday, May 3, 2015 on the Waterfront Stage during the “Isle of Eight Flags Shrimp Festival” for a formal announcement, public relations photos and of course to grab the booty!

Information on the 2015 Essay Contest is available at www.FernandinaPirates.com.

Fernandina Pirates Club, Inc.
P. O. Box 17243
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035

All entries must be submitted to the above address and post marked by April 13, 2015.

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March 2015’s American Business Women’s Association Dinner

mrs-lynn-scott-marriage-family-therapistThe Eight Flags American Business Women’s Association Chapter is holding its monthly dinner meeting on March 19, 2015, from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m., at the Fernandina Beach Golf Course, in Fernandina Beach.

Networking is from 6:00 to 6:30 p.m.

The ABWA will be hosting a guest speaker in March, Ms. Lynne Scott, Marriage & Family Therapist. Ms. Scott will discuss Personality Styles in the Workplace.

Ms. Scott’s philosophical orientation is toward therapy influenced by the cognitive behavior therapy approach. Psychological problems are reinforced by the present way of thinking and internal dialogue, and her therapy often consists of examining faulty assumptions or misconceptions, and replacing them with effective beliefs.

Eight Flags’ ABWA dinners are open to the public. Dinner reservations are required. The fee for dinner is $16.00. Please RSVP to our Membership Chairwoman, Mrs. Monica Hayes at (904) 624-0949.

For more information on joining us for dinner, or to join as a member, please log on to www.facebook.com/8flagsabwa, or email us at eightflags_abwa@yahoo.com.

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Rotary Abuzz with Local Beekeeper

pete-smith-beekeeperRotary club members were buzzing with interest when it hosted local beekeeper, Pete Smith, at its weekly meeting Friday. Pete gave a presentation about the curious and critical role honey bees play in our ecology and food sources. Pete is a member of the Master Beekeeper program at the University of North Florida, where one of his responsibilities is to educate the community about bees, including identification, care, and Florida regulations.

Pete oversees a few colonies of his own in Fernandina Beach as well.

To get more information from Pete on the art and science of being a beekeeper, you can visit www.hivepirate.com.

About Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise Meetings
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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High School Rotary Youth Leadership Award Recipient Visits Rotary

High School Rotary Youth Leadership Award Recipient Visits RotaryMiss Cheyenne Roth, senior at Fernandina Beach High School, was the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise where she gave club members an overview of her participation in the Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) conference held last summer at the University of North Florida.

Cheyenne was chosen to attend the conference for high school juniors and seniors where they learn valuable life and leadership skills such as planning fundraisers, working on community projects, interviewing skills, and applying for scholarships.

Cheyenne said the conference changed her life in many positive ways! The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise will be sending two candidates to the RYLA conference in June 2015.

About Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise
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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SearchAmelia Creates a Relay for Life Team

SearchAmelia Creates a Relay for Life TeamWe all know someone whose life has been touched by cancer. This year SearchAmelia.com is fighting cancer through Relay For Life Fernandina Beach/Yulee. (Find us on facebook.)

We have been posting articles and local events on SearchAmelia since 2008 and we hope you will join us by showing your support for our efforts by making a donation to Relay for Life — big or small — toward our fundraising goal.

Relay For Life will be held at Main Beach this year in Fernandina, from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm. This year’s theme is Hope Around the World and SearchAmelia has selected Kenya as our country to represent. Because cancer knows no boundries, Kenya also hosts their own Relay for Life events and our booth and its costumes and decorations hope to bring a bit of Kenya to Amelia Island. Other teams are selecting other countries like China, New Zealand and England.

There will be several bands performing, other live entertainment, themed laps, an activities zone for the children and much, much more.

The Relay movement gives everyone an opportunity to come together to honor cancer survivors, remember those lost to the disease, and raise funds.

The American Cancer Society is putting your donation dollars to work now, investing in groundbreaking cancer research and providing free information and services to cancer patients and their caregivers. With your help, we aren’t just fighting one type of cancer we’re fighting for every birthday!

As a volunteer on the committee, I will be putting the exciting details together for a press release to be published next week. But, in the mean time, we ask you to please join our team and make a small donation!

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The Donna – A Race for a Good Cause

The Donna - A Race for a Good CauseBy: Caroline Blochlinger

Great outside sporting events are springing up in our area in the next few weeks. It is not often that we are able to welcome a local TV celebrity to speak at the EABC meeting. Well, we did it this time and Donna Deegan, author, breast cancer awareness advocate and former weekday television anchor on the First Coast News agreed to enlighten us about her cause. Did you know that Donna is an avid marathon runner who started “26.2 with Donna” the National Marathon to fight Breast Cancer? Imagine over 7,000 runners showed up at the inaugural run in 2006. If you are a marathon runner you may want to know how you can join for the next race which is scheduled for February 13-15.

Other than that it will also be interesting to hear Donna speak about some of the many awards and recognitions she received during her career. She received awards such as the Jacksonville Business Journal Women of Influence Award in 2004 and the Enterprising Women’s Leadership Award in 2005, just to mention a few. She might be able to give you some very valid pointers on how she went about and got to where she is in her career today.

Come join us for this exciting EABC meeting Tuesday, February 10 at the Amelia River Golf Club (4477 Buccaneer Trail – Amelia Island, FL 32034) at 6 pm.

You cannot make it that day or time? Well, this is probably the only time we have the opportunity to meet Donna and speak with her up-close and personal. However, we understand if you cannot make it to the meeting this time.

The EABC usually meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Amelia River Golf Club. We have to charge $12 admission so we can pay the bills. But the food is included in the cost and is prepared by the club’s chef. There is an open bar serving some of the best wines and liquor and beers. Coffee, tea and soft drinks are also available.

Everyone is invited to our meetings so bring your friends and guest for this fun filled evening of excitement, fellowship and yes, even gain some valuable business connections at the same time.

EABC speakers and topics are announced each month via email. For more information visit the website www.eabcnetwork.com.

Hope to see you at one of our meetings.

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Future Officers for Rotary Club Introduced

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Preparing for the future, the incoming President of the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise, Cindy Jackson, introduced to the club her slate of officers for the 2015-2016 year.

Cindy will assume the presidency in July 2015 with the following club members taking on Board of Director roles under her leadership:
President-Elect Jodi Henson
Vice President Larry Ogilvie
Secretary Vicki Beaudry
Treasurer Barbi Coyne
Sargent-At-Arms Greg Mathews

About Rotary Sunrise
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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Book Festival’s John Carr Comes to Rotary Sunrise

Book Festival's John Carr Comes to Rotary SunriseIsland Rotarians got an update on the upcoming Amelia Island Book Festival from guest speaker and festival Director, John Carr, at the club’s weekly meeting.

Carr shared the activities schedule and slate of authors at this year’s festival. The Amelia Island Book Festival organization is on a mission to improve the literacy of the children of Nassau County and the successful festival makes a big difference to the young readers!

This year there will be 80 authors on hand at the festival, showcasing many genres.

For more information on the book festival, scheduled for February 19 – 21, 2015, go to the organization’s website at www.ameliaislandbookfestival.org.

Pictured here is Amelia Island Book Festival Director, John Carr with Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise president, Mark Cutshaw.

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EABC Celebrates its Fifth Anniversary

EABC Celebrates its Fifth AnniversaryBy: Caroline Blochlinger

January is traditionally the month we are reflecting back and looking forward…

It seems like yesterday that our EABC club held its first meeting in the back room of the AIFBY Chamber of Commerce. We came a long way since and celebrated a successful 2014 with many great speakers and events.

Remember the presentation from Lt. Dooley and Scott Basset from the Kingsbay Submarine Base? How about the Trivia Evening featuring Philipe Boets, our celebrity quiz master? Of course you recall the presentation of Mike Bowling who invented the Pound Puppies… and these are only a few of the many great presenters we had in 2014. Come to the January meeting and go down the 2014 memory lane.

Traditionally, our Birthday month January has become the month of reflecting back and planning ahead.

What direction would you like the coming meetings to take? Do you want to emphasize more on business or social events in the next 12 months? EABC is interested to hear from you as well as if you liked what we did so far or where you think we can improve. In fact, we have a whole bunch of questions we would like to have your input on. Yes, the European American Business Club is asking for your help in creating bigger, better and beneficial meetings for everyone, after all, this is your club.

This is your chance to voice your opinion and to present some ideas.

Join us at the next EABC meeting Tuesday, January 13 at the Amelia River Golf Club at 6 pm and celebrate our fifth anniversary. Find out what is in store for 2015 and enjoy a great group of people. You never know who you run into at our meetings. Many friendship as well as business relationships started at one of our meetings.

You cannot make it that day or time? Well, we would like to hear from you and this open and fun meeting only takes place once a year. However, we do understand if you can’t make it this time.

The EABC usually meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Amelia River Golf Club. We have to charge $12 admission so we can pay the bills. But the food is included in the cost and is prepared by the club’s chef. There is an open bar serving some of the best wines and liquor and beers. Coffee, tea and soft drinks are also available.

Everyone is invited to our meetings so bring your friends and guest for this fun filled evening of excitement, fellowship and yes, even gain some valuable business connections at the same time.

The European American Business Club (EABC) meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Amelia River Golf Club. Speakers and topics are announced each month via email. For more information visit the website www.eabcnetwork.com.

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Warm Blanket Initiative for Nassau County

Warm Blanket Initiative for Nassau CountyFernandina Beach, FL – Homebound and disabled seniors, along with low income single mothers can receive free blankets this winter through the Warm Blanket Initiative. Thanks to a sizeable donation from local residents Tom and Sally Henderson, brand new blankets were recently purchased and will be distributed on a need-by-need basis by Nassau County Council on Aging staff and volunteers. This initiative is just the latest in an ongoing partnership between NCCOA and the Hendersons.

More than 60 blankets have already been distributed to the most vulnerable in our community since late December, according to Donald Harley, NCCOA’s Compliance Officer, who oversaw the large blanket purchase.

“Both Walmart and Target stores really stepped up and helped us on both the pricing and the logistics,” he explained.

The idea leading to the Warm Blanket Initiative was conceived during a cold snap in the fall of last year.

According to Mr. Henderson, who had helped with NCCOA’s home-delivered meals in years’ past, many senior Nassau County citizens get by with only space heaters, which can be very cost prohibitive for someone on a fixed or limited income. He observed first-hand while delivering meals that some of the dwellings were quite drafty.

“Sally and I talked about what I had seen, and procuring lots of blankets, and working with Nassau County Council on Aging, just seemed like a good idea. They had the home delivered meals drivers and volunteers to get the blankets to those who need them most,” he said.

With extremely cold weather approaching our area, these new blankets are available for distribution right now.

If you would like to receive a blanket, please call either of our senior centers: (904) 261-0701 in Fernandina Beach or (904) 845-3331 in Hilliard. A representative will take some information to determine need, and then will work to arrange pick up or delivery of your blanket.

In its 41st year serving the needs of Nassau County seniors, The Nassau County Council on Aging is a 501(3)(c) not for profit agency. NCCOA’s mission is to improve the lives of older adults with a special focus on those who are vulnerable and disadvantaged. This mission is accomplished through local and state grants and financial support from the Nassau County community.

NCCOA’s programs include Adult Day Healthcare, Senior Centers in both Fernandina Beach and Hilliard, Transportation Service, Meals on Wheels, and Home Health Services. The COA is partially funded by local, state and federal grants and donations from local individuals and businesses.

Pictured are local residents Tom and Sally Henderson standing with the Melton family after distributing a blanket as part of the Warm Blanket Initiative.

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Humane Society Updates the Rotary Club Sunrise

tom-christenson-mark-cutshawSharing the exciting news of the grand opening of the new Humane Society facility located next to the airport on Amelia Island, Tom Christenson, Executive Director of the Nassau Humane Society, was recently featured as the guest speaker for the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise.

Rotary club members learned about the features of the new building and all the services the Humane Society provides to city and county residents.

Rotarians actively volunteer throughout their communities and the club was pleased to learn about the strength of the volunteer network at the Humane Society.

The new facility enables the Humane Society to continue its mission, dedicated to the humane treatment of all animals; to alleviate their suffering and neglect, to support the human-animal bond, and to foster an environment in which people respect all living creatures.

For more information about the Nassau Humane Society, call 904-321-1647.

Pictured here is Tom Christenson, Executive Director, and Mark Cutshaw, president of the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise.

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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Nassau Humane Society Seeks Volunteers

Nassau Humane Society Seeks Volunteers
Fernandina Beach, FL, January 5, 2015. Want to make a difference in 2015? The Nassau Humane Society is looking to add to their team of volunteers.

With your time and service, we can ensure that all the homeless animals in our community receive lots of love and compassion while waiting for their forever homes.

Please visit our website www.nassauhumanesociety.com to view the areas where we need your help or call (904) 321-1647.

The Adoption Center is operated soley by donations and run by an incredible staff of volunteers.

Fostering is another great area to volunteer. These great folks provide short-term, in home care for friendly dogs and cats in need until they are adopted. Veterinary care and food are provided. Fostering can last from a few days to several months.

Another way to help would be to sponsor a “pet food drive” among your friends, or at the office. The Humane Society can pick up the donations you collect!

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Rotary Donates Defibrillators to Wolfson Children’s Hospital

Rotary Donates Defibrillators to Wolfson Children's HospitalLast March the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise held an International Wine Tasting event to raise funds for Wolfson Children’s Hospital, a non-profit organization. Recognized year after year as one of America’s Best Children’s Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report, 199-bed* Wolfson Children’s Hospital is the only full-service tertiary hospital for children in the region, serving North Florida, South Georgia and beyond.

In FY13, over 75.3% of Nassau County children requiring hospital care are treated at Wolfson Children’s. On the hospital’s wish list is defibrillators and the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise was able to purchase three of the machines with the proceeds from the fundraiser. This week members of the club presented a check to Wolfson Children’s for the defibrillators. And celebrating with the club members were Fernandina Beach residents Sean and Tiffany McGill with their son, Lucas, who was successfully treated at Wolfson Children’s.

The Wine Tasting event was an overwhelming success due in part to the support the club received from its many sponsors including among others: Florida Public Utilities Company, Amelia Liquors, and The Palace Saloon.

Pictured here are members of the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise: Mark Cutshaw, president, Mark Dennis, past president, Christal Fish, past president, Dave Dully, Event Chair, and Art Shuster, past president, along with the McGills and presenting a check for $43,664.40, to Michael Aubin, Wolfson Children’s Hospital President and Candice Ramesar, Director of Emergency Services, Theresa Pye, Peds Educator, and Diane Givens, Assistant Nurse Manager.

About Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise
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.

*14 Additional NICU beds are located at Baptist Medical Center South

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EABC Celebrates the Holidays with Spirits

EABC Celebrates the Holidays with SpiritsContributed by: Caroline Blochlinger

EABC members have the unique opportunity to check out the soon-to-open distillery before everyone else!

The EABC December meeting will be held at the new Marlin & Barrel distillery in Fernandina Beach. Owner Roger Morenc will host this special event by offering a preview tour of this distillery set up to open in late December 2014. The tour will be informative and fun and this future tourist attraction will be unlike anything else in Fernandina Beach.

The new owner of the nearby Bright Mornings Café will provide the food for this party. It will feature special offerings from his new menu along with some holiday favorites from Europe and his former homeland, Switzerland.

This month the meeting will be held on Thursday December 11, 2014.

So mark your calendar to join us at the next EABC meeting Thursday, December 11 and be among the first visitors to the Fernandina Beach distillery. There will be a cash beer and wine bar along with holiday deserts and non alcoholic beverages.

Festive music courtesy of “Jane” followed by a Christmas Trivia quiz, door prizes and much more fun will be planned for the evening.

You cannot make it that day or time? Well, we only have one Holiday Party per year and this is a pretty unique opportunity to be having a look at the new distillery. So we hope you can be there and be part of the evening. However, we do understand if you can’t make it this time.

The EABC usually meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at the Amelia River Golf Club. We have to charge $12 admission so we can pay the bills. But the food is included in the cost and is prepared by the club’s chef. There is an open bar serving some of the best wines and liquor and beers. Coffee, tea and soft drinks are also available.

Everyone is invited to our meetings so bring your friends and guest for this fun filled evening of excitement, fellowship and yes, even gain some valuable business connections at the same time.
We look forward to seeing you at the Club! We really do have some great meetings.
RSVP and make sure to let us know how many to plan for since there will be a limit of 50 guest this time.
The European American Business Club (EABC) meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Amelia River Golf Club. Speakers and topics are announced each month via email.

For more information visit the website www.eabcnetwork.com.

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World Changers Comes to Rotary

World Changers Comes to RotaryDr. Susan Rodeffer has been a volunteer with World Changers for several years and this year she has managed to have the organization come work its magic in Nassau County!

Susan updated the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise at its weekly meeting about the organization, which sends teams of youth volunteers from churches all over the country to different locations each summer to help with several projects. World Changers will be here with 225 students the week of July 13th – July 18th to take on approximately 20 of these projects.

World Changers, Barnabas, and the Council on Aging collaborate to determine the need and urgency in picking the projects. The focus will be on substandard housing issues mainly affecting seniors.

Funding for World Changers comes from private donations and the student participants pay their own way for the week of work.

This year will be the first time World Changers has come into Nassau County.

For information on how you can assist in this event, contact Wanda Lanier at Barnabas, Janice Ancrum at the Council on Aging, or Dr. Susan Rodeffer at her orthodontics office on 14th Street.

Dr. Rodeffer is pictured here with Mark Cutshaw, president of the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise.

About the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise
The group 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.

You can also find them on Facebook (www.facebook.com/ameliaislandrotary) and Twitter (www.twitter.com/airotary).

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