A panel of 4 expert speakers will talk about fiscal fitness for small and medium sized businesses in this economy.
The Sunrise Club supports many local charities and causes and contributed thousands of dollars this year.
Volunteers at the Council on Aging of Nassau County are an important part of their Circle of Friends
The Good Guys (and girls) are still needed for Meals on Wheels Drivers for West Nassau County.
The Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise installs Katey Breen as incoming Rotary president on Friday, June 24th.
Fernandina Pirates came in second place for usable blood donations, just behind the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Local duo “Evolution” entertained while EABC members enjoyed food, drink and the lovely environment of the historic Hoyt House.
Council on Aging received a $5,000 check for their Meals on Wheels program.
Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance Foundation presented $7,500 to Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society at Mayport in Jacksonville.
Recollections from a crew of 11 Fernandina Beach Disaster Relief workers, tasked with rebuilding a home in the Garden District of New Orleans
International Speaker Sorn Soknay visits the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise
Years ago, the Fernandina Pirates Club began presenting a Nassau County high school senior with a scholarship.
Phil Scanlan updates the Rotary Club of Amelia Island Sunrise about 2010 Nassau County Quality of Life Results.
The Fernandina Pirates Club stormed the MDA make-shift lock-up in Fernandina Beach to benefit Jerry’s kids.
The Fernandina Pirates Club made a donation to Amelia Arts Academy, one of four certified Community Schools of the Arts in Florida.