Fernandina Beach City Departments went on a field trip with the United Way to learn about just four of the 51 programs that Nassau County residents benefit from in Northeast Florida.
Fernandina Beach Department Ambassadors
Ambassadors from a variety of the City of Fernandina Beach departments went on a field trip with Anthony Sutton of the United Way. This was a great opportunity to visit just 4 of the 51 programs that Nassau County, residents benefit from in Northeast Florida. In this video, Judie Mackie shares information about some of the services offered at ARC, the Association of Retarded Citizens, the Barnabas Center’s Food Bank, Head Start – Episcopal Children Services and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Nassau County.
ARC, on Highway 17 North, in Yulee, provides activities, programs and field trips for some of the sweetest people in our community. The Barnabas Center‚Äôs Food Bank is always in need of white rice, powdered milk, sliced bread, macaroni and cheese and peanut butter and jelly. Drop off donations at 11 South 11th Street in Fernandina Beach.
Head Start, at the Peck Center, offers some of our youngest residents a great preschool education and the Boys and Girls Clubs assist the youth in our community with after school programs and homework help.
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