“Seven teams participated this year and we were thrilled to raise over $3,000.00 with about 100 ‘Crawlers’ and selling around 500 prize tickets.”
Dayspring Village, Inc. is a licensed limited mental health assisted living facility that specializes in serving the needs of adults with schizophrenia and schizo-affective disorders.
The wreaths will be auctioned off in a silent auction on November 26th, where the festivites will also include holiday desserts, hot cocoa and sparkling cider, and live entertainment from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
CBC National Bank is a sponsor of this year’s Book Festival’s Golf Scramble, and CBC National Bank employees at the local branch are “chipping” in.
“Crawl for a Cure” begins at the Crab Trap and stops at Salty Pelican, Amelia Tavern, Alley Cat, Green Turtle Tavern, Dog Star Tavern, and the Palace Saloon.
Reservations are now available for the 2016 Empty Bowls Luncheon!
Friends of the Library’s Third Annual Storytelling Slam was a huge success.
The Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1088 is holding a Benefit Raffle for their Scholarship Program and are offering great prizes…
Never a dull place, Saturday morning will be alive with activity with the farmers market, the arts market, and the Amelia Cruizers 20th Annual 8-Flags Car Show.
Baptist Medical Center Nassau is having a sale of holiday decorations that have been donated by the community to benefit the goals of the hospital’s auxiliary.
The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise has now donated over $80,000 to various charitable organizations from its wine and food tasting fundraiser. Activities and planning for the March 2017 event are well underway.
Ben Byrns was a Fernandina Beach resident whose young life was cut short due to an accidental overdose of prescription pain medication.
Tickets are on sale now for the 2nd Annual Sea & Swine at Littleberry Farm on September 23rd. All proceeds support Micah’s Place programs and services.
This year’s theme ‘I Was So Embarrassed!” promises to be a rousing, hilarious storytelling event. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and libations first, then sit back and be regaled by some of the area’s finest storytellers.