Council on Aging Makes Scarecrows
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Fernandina Beach, FL – The Council on Aging Adult Day HealthCare seniors spent a lovely Amelia Island fall day making scarecrows with Fernandina Beach High School students recently.

Ace Hardware, located in Fernandina Beach, donated the hay for the scarecrow project. The high school students worked hard to create two scarecrows and shared stories with the seniors about scarecrows and Halloween.

They also learned that scarecrows have been in existence in farmer’s fields for more than 3,000 years!

Our new scarecrows proudly stand guard at the Council on Aging Senior Center in Fernandina Beach

The Council on Aging is a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, the highest level of charitable organization.

We cheerfully deliver critical services to Nassau County seniors in five categories including Meals on Wheels, COA Transportation, In-Home Care, and Adult Day Health Care, while operating two senior recreation centers.

We are partially funded by government grants and donations from private individuals.

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