Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise installs new board of directors.
Friends of the Fernandina Library have raised their share of the $2 million needed to expand and renovate the Library.
Take Stock in Children/Nassau has provided college scholarships to more than 150 students over the last 15 years.
This will be an opportunity to exercise your right to bear arms and join other conservatives at the local gun range.
The gala supports the operation of the two Boys & Girl Clubs in Nassau County.
Pianist Francesco Attesti will perform February 3rd at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in historic Fernandina.
Take Stock in Children is a state-wide scholarship and mentoring program for middle and high school students.
Volunteer to receive training in a Life Skills Program offered to middle school students by Communities in Schools.
Miss Shrimp Festival, the Fernandina Pirates and our own Ally at the Desk will be in the televised Gator Bowl Parade on New Year’s Eve.
Boys and Girls Club Benefit on February 6, 2013 at The Ritz-Carlton on Amelia Island, features American Idol Winner Ruben Studdard.
Micah’s Place Board of Director’s held their last meeting for 2012 at Four Season’s Bistro in Yulee.
The Rotary Club selected the teen room of the Fernandina Beach Boys & Girls Club for In Search of Me Cafe.
The Rotary Club of Amelia presented a check for five thousand dollars to the Executive Director of the Council on Aging of Nassau.
Joy Bateman will debut her new cookbook, The Art of Dining on Amelia Island, at an exclusive Friends of the Library dinner event.
Shandra Riffey spoke to Rotary Amelia Island Sunrise about Micah’s Place, the only certified domestic violence center for Nassau County.