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If you didn’t make it out to the Fernandina Beach Airport last weekend, you missed your opportunity to fly in an airplane for free. The local Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 943 offered flights to kids from ages 8 to 18. The planes went up about 1,000 feet and circled the island for about 45 minutes at 120 knots. Children said they could feel their stomach roll when the planes took off and the roughness of the air as they were flying. Kids were equipped with head sets to hear the pilots’ instructions. They were shown how to maneuver the plane and what the controls in the cockpit do. The local EAA chapter consists of volunteer pilots who donate their time, planes and fuel to help get kids interested in aviation. They have been offering the free flights for 10 years now and it has been a success. Bruce Jones, with the local EAA said there were kids lined up at 8 a.m. on Saturday. A total of 67 kids flew that day as well as some of their parents. “Not a one of them were scared. All the kids were really excited to be there,” Jones said. There were 17 from West Nassau High’s ROTC program and three from Fernandina Beach High’s ROTC program. They offer the rides as part of the Young Eagles program which was developed to welcome young people to the world of aviation. The president and vice president of the local chapter recently bought a plane in order to take it apart and teach kids how to learn to put it back together. The members of the local chapter park cars during the annual car show in Fernandina to raise money for this yearly flying event. If they can afford it, Jones says they will have the event twice a year. EAA is an international aviation membership association founded in 1953. The Young Eagles started in 1992. Local pilots who attended Saturday were Andy Curtin, Tommy Piscitello, Sean McGill, Robert Brown, Mark Agee, Ron Taylor, David Sanders, Brad Wood and Roger Fraser. McGill Aviation donated the fuel. “It’s all about the pilots using the fuel and their planes just for the kids,” Jones said.
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Pilots and members of EAA, Chapter 943 volunteer their time, planes and fuel and give children the experience of a lifetime.

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David Sanders, also known as “Crazy Dave,” has no fear when he is up in the air. David Sanders is the Vice President of EAA, Chapter 943.

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Publisher Ray Fountain, (right) poses with pilot Bob Brown, (center) and son Ray Fountain Jr., (left).

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what are your plans for the summer break?

“We’re going camping at Yogi Bear in Madison this Memorial Day weekend. We’ll probably go more in the summer since it’s so close.” “I’m going to Chicago to see a Cubs game on Memorial Day weekend. I’ll be going back again in June too.”


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“I’m going to FSCJ to study occupational therapy to better my education for my kids, America and Maye Ahna.” “I work on the railroad so I don’t get a summer break. But, when I do have some time I will be taking my 3-yearold, Slade to the beach.” “My father-in-law owns a house in Fernandian Beach, so we will be coming down a lot to spend time at the beach.”

Following are upcoming public meetings in Nassau County. COUNTY COMMISSION (Commission chambers at the James S. Page Government Complex, 96135 Nassau Place in Yulee. They can be reached at 904-491-7380.) 6 p.m. Monday, May 24 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 14 SCHOOL BOARD (Nassau County School Board District Office building, 1201 Atlantic Ave., Fernandina Beach, unless otherwise noted. They can be reached at 904-491-9900) 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 27 FERNANDINA BEACH CITY COMMISSION (Their office can be reached at 904-227-7305.) 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 1 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 15 CALLAHAN TOWN COUNCIL (Their office can be reached at 904-879-3801.) 7 p.m. Monday, June 7 7 p.m. Monday, June 21 HILLIARD TOWN COUNCIL (Their office can be reached at 904-845-3555.) 7 p.m. Thursday, May 20 7 p.m. Thursday, June 3 OCEAN HIGHWAY AND PORT AUTHORITY OF NASSAU COUNTY (County Commission Chambers at the James S. Page Government Complex, 96135 Nassau Place in Yulee. They can be reached at 904-261-0098.) 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 9

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“I’m going to the mountains, (her mom explains they go to North Carolina every year) and kids camp at church!”

“I’m going to spend as much of it with the kids as I can. We’ll probably do a lot of fishing.”

“Hopefully, take my grandson, Blake, to Disney World at the end of summer. And I’m sure we’ll do lots of swimming too.”

“I’m going to Jamaica for a vacation in May.”

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Dear Nassau News: I recently received a notice of public hearing (Application No. E10-015) that states the “action requested: conditional use per section 22.03 (G) to establish a private multi-use outdoor recreational facility to include, ATV and other motorized vehicle trails, race track, mud bog, RV & Primitive camp sites and similar and complementary uses such as concessions and outfitting in the Open Rural (OR) zoning district. The 120-acre property is located on the south side of Lem Turner Rd. between Wilbur Jones Rd. and Spring Lake Subdivision, Callahan area.”  The businesses associated with this type of land change use would have many negative effects on our neighborhood including but not limited to:  increased traffic on Lem Turner Road, noise issues, drainage problems and decreased property values. Please contact our County Commissioners and Zoning Board to voice your concerns. The hearing will be May 27 at 7 p.m. at the James S. Page Nassau County Governmental Complex, 96135 Nassau Place in Yulee. J. W. Sharpe Callahan, FL 32011

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Faith, like summer, calls us to explore the mystery of our belief
Moving from the lighthearted breeze of spring into the heat of the summer always seems to be a marker for a unique kind of transition that I don’t experience in other seasons. The school year is ending, with classrooms filled with youth whose adrenaline is running high as they await the summer days of freedom from homework. There are yearbooks to be signed and final report cards to be prepared. Students in high schools and colleges and their families are preparing for those once Pastoral in a lifetime graduReflection ation events. I still remember there Rev. Mary was nothing quite Kendrick Moore like my high school graduation. After 12 long years of preparation, I could hardly wait to move my tassel to other side and toss my cap into the air in celebration. After all, we don’t accomplish many other things in our lives that take 12 years to prepare! Even so, an air of both uncertainty and expectation blow through these occasions. With a sigh of relief that one incredible job is complete, you then face the unknown future where all the twists and turns of life can now take you. This season marks passage in many other ways. A child finishes kindergarten and can’t wait to be a big first-grader. Retirees plan a summer hiatus to be near grandchildren. Families everywhere are planning where they want to go and what they want to explore on their summer vacations. Many day to day rituals change, making room for a little more play. For others, what we call the hot “dog days” of summer are good for basking in the sun at the beach or curling up and coccooning inside where it is cooler. I think faith and summer are a good match. Sometimes in our faith, we want to curl up and be embraced by what we have always known as warm and comfortable – the beliefs and rituals of our faith that sustain us and strengthen us and hold us firm. But faith is also something to be explored again and again, each time peeling off another layer of what the mystery of God’s presence in our lives truly means to us. Exploring, when it comes to faith, might mean asking new questions, unearthing new ideas, reading new authors. Or it might mean trying new practices. During one difficult time in my life, I had a friend who had been through a similar experience and I asked her how she coped. I have never forgotten her words – “I try very hard to practice the disciplines that make hope more possible.” Just as practicing the disciplines of reading and math opened our mind to learning in school, faith practices – reading, praying, journaling, caring, serving – open our heart to the depth of God’s love. Take a look at the summer ahead of you. Claim your time for rest and relaxation where you need it, but don’t forget to see what there is to explore. Reconnect with a bit of that childlike spontaneity from summers past – it might be just enough to open a crack that lets in the light of God. Rev. Mary Kendrick Moore is the pastor of New Vision Congregational Church in Yulee, a new church start of the United Church of Christ. For more information, visit

Grace R. McCall
Grace R. McCall, 80, of Amelia Island passed away Tuesday Morning, May 4 at Osprey Village. She was born June 14, 1929 in Jacksonville and moved to Amelia Island 12 years ago from Lakeland. Mrs. McCall was employed by various utility companies throughout her career. She was with JEA in Jacksonville for over 20 years, spent several years in Gainesville and was director of utilities in High Point, NC and Lakeland. She was a member of St. Peters Episcopal Church in Fernandina Beach and was a member of The Daughters of the King in the Jacksonville and Lakeland areas. Other memberships include the Republican Women’s Club of Nassau County and the Rose Garden Club of Fernandina Beach. She had also been a mentor for the Take Stock in Children program in Lakeland. Survivors include a son and daughter in law, Robert E. and Sharon McCall, Jr. of Melbourne; two sisters, Nancy C. Graham of Fernandina Beach and June R. Sullivan who lives in Indiana; and several nieces and nephews. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Messages of condolence may be left at Arrangements by Green Pine Funeral Home, Yulee, FL.

Mary Louise Simpson Covert
Mary Louise Simpson Covert, 84, passed away Saturday morning, May 15 at Orange Park Medical Center. She had been a resident of Orange Park for the past three years moving there from Jacksonville. Mrs. Covert was a member of the Assembly of God Church and loved going to church and singing. She was also a very good cook. She is survived by two daughters, Earline Moody (Lawrence) of Callahan and Martha Lorraine Clark (Cecil) of Jacksonville; five grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Graveside funeral services were held Wednesday, May 19 at Green Pine Cemetery. Messages of condolence may be left at Arrangements by Green Pine Funeral Home.

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From: Callahan Animal Hospital P.O. Box 1006, Callahan, FL 32011
Our economy has been on a decline for the past year or so. Many of our clients have lost their jobs, been laid off or had their hours cut back. This affects all businesses, as well as our own. To save money, some of our clients have had to cut down on care for their pets, or to go to low cost clinics run by nonprofit (non-tax paying) organizations. To do so, they pay more for gas and spend a great deal of time travelling back and forth to these distant clinics. In order to help our clients, their pets and ourselves, we are going head-to-head against these nonprofits. We will do our best to match any of their prices for surgery, services and products. Call us with your prices from these clinics and we will do our best to match them. Keep it local! Save gas! Save time! Thanks. Walter Swanson, D.V.M. Call 879-3775 Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs 8-4 p.m. Sat 8-12 p.m. By appointment

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• In Home Moves • Office Moves • Apartment & Condo Moves • Big Screen TVs • Piano & Hottubs • Free Estimates we load and unload your trucks

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(Subway Shopping Center • Callahan, Florida)


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Dr. Bruce Glickman
• Auto Accident Injuries
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• Arm & Leg Pain/Numbness • Disc Decompression

• Neck & Back Rehabilitation • Headaches

474307 SR 200 (Next to Lowes)

Gel or acrylic nails?
First, why place an artificial nail on top of your natural nail? The goal is to beautify the hands. With an artificial nail you can add length, shape, color and appearance vs. the natural nail. Acrylic nails are more popular than gel, but they have been around longer as well. The acrylic nail itself is made from plastic. A mixture of liquid acrylic and acrylic powder is applied to the plastic nail which is then placed on top of the natural nail and Beauty allowed to dry. When applying acrylic nails Tips there is a strong liquid Thomas Hughes polymer smell. Acrylic nails are strong and can last a long time. The removal process is simple when done by a professional. It is best to soak the nails off. Damage is done to the natural nail when acrylics are mechanically removed. A gel nail is a pre-mixed polymer and monomer gel that is first applied to the nail then cured under an ultra violet light. Some gels do not require a light, saving the client time. Gel nails often look more natural and glossy

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compared to other types. The curing time is faster. Light cured gels may dry within two minutes. Gel nail application is odorless. Gel nails do not last as long as acrylics. If a gel breaks it may be more difficult to find a qualified technician. Nail polish may not stick as well to a gel. Gel and acrylic nails have similar results. They both make the hands look longer and more slim. They may be painted beautiful colors and designs. Before replacing artificial nails, give your natural nails a few weeks to “breathe.” Remember, the nail cuticle is highly porous so oxygen from time to time is a good thing. A competent nail technician will assess the natural nail’s condition before making a recommendation. As always find someone you can communicate with for best results. Tip: An excellent diet supplement for nails is the vitamin Echinacea. Until then, a smile will remain your best feature! Tom Hughes -

Dixie Acres Nursery
Crape Myrtle
3,000 to choose from

Knock-out Roses Blooming 99 7 Colors $9

Delightful Diaper Cakes
By Andi Heller

$500 $1200 Hibiscus 00 3 gal. $7
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7 gal.

Red & White Fountain Grass
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Confederate Jasmine Trellis


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Live Oaks
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Fresh • Wild • Caught Seafood
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Bushels  Oysters $36


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Open Mon. - Thurs. 9 - 5 p.m. Fri. & Sat. 9 - 7 p.m. Sun. 12 - 4 p.m.

Magnas 5 Annual Ride
For Northeast Florida Community Hospice
Light Breakfast will be available.
• $25 per motorcycle. • All proceeds go to Community Hospice of Northeast Florida. • Non Riders are welcome to participate.

Jumbo Shrimp

OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK • Tues-Thurs 10-6pm • Fri-Sun 8-6pm 463477 SR 200 / A1A • Yulee • (904) 548-0803

Live Blue Crabs


Happy Sack

Oysters $10

Registration begins at 9 a.m. on May 31st at the salon.

Tucker’s Hwy 17 Tavern
Wednesday - BIKE NIGHT Friday, May 21st & Saturday, May 22nd “cupId’S allEy” Sunday, May 23rd 4-8 p.m. - “cupId’S allEy”
“Wolfson Childrens Hospital” Help Fight Children’s Cancer

A beautiful 2 hour scenic ride to lunch.

Come join us for a morning of fun and fellowship for a terrific cause. Magnas Salon • 103 Centre Street, Amelia Island, FL 32034 904.321.0404 • •

Bike Run - Sunday May 30th
Registration: 10 a.m. (Rain Date: 06/06/10)


Happy Hour . Sat. 12-4 Mon. - Fri. 4-7 p.m All Day Sunday

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