A Culinary Crawl in downtown Fernandina Beach
The overwhelmingly successful event featured a VIP event with a variety of wines paired with food selections provided by Horizons restaurant.
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.
Rotary club members learned about the features of the new building and all the services the Humane Society provides to city and county residents.
On the hospital’s wish list is defibrillators and the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise was able to purchase three of the machines.
Dr. Susan Rodeffer has been a volunteer with World Changers for several years and she has managed to have the organization come to Nassau County!
Over 95% of the soldier participants are able to stop taking their PTSD medications after getting their service dogs.
America’s Youth is, a non-profit organization that assists kids by giving them a safe place to go when they are not in school.
Club members were given an overview of all the goods and services that the Salvation Army provides to its clients.
Senator Aaron Bean discussed legislature including the $77.1 billion budget, medical marijuana, and making Florida the most friendly state for our military citizens.
Rotary Clubs provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world.
Nassau County Clerk of Courts, John Crawford, visited with the Rotary Club Sunrise to provide an overview of the county’s Fiscal Health Outlook.
The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise hosted Katrina Robinson Wheeler from Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare at its weekly meeting
Alison Conboy provided the Rotary Club an inside look at the activities and current happenings on the Talbot Islands State Parks.
The members of the club have made a difference globally through outreach programs traveling to Haiti, India, and Nicaragua.