…about the author.

I am a native Amelia Islander. This blog began as a way to write about a specific environmental concern and find an outlet for, I hope, positive ideas. Eventually the topics became more varied and cover anything from a new restaurant, to tax incentives for green construction.

Thanks for reading!

Edward E. Boner
source@amelia-island.net

  • Walmart bandit released from hospital
    Submitted by Susan Hardee Steger May 5, 2015 5:27 p.m. “Randy Lingelbach, has been released from UF Health in Jacksonville and is now in custody at the Nassau County Jail,” wrote Fernandina Beach Police Chief James T. Hurley in a … Continue reading →
  • Principal and Faculty Awards presented to Fernandina Beach High School Class of 2015
    Submitted by Susan Hardee Steger May 5, 2015 10:33 a.m. Principal’s Awards Faculty Awards
  • Beach Diner Opening . . .
    Submitted by Gerry Clare Roving Reporter May 4, 2015 5:47 p.m. The parking lot was full at noon and people were waiting to eat at the Beach Diner. It opened today at 6 a.m. at the former Applebee’s location with … Continue reading →
  • Friends of the Library to celebrate 30th anniversary and dedicate Community Room on May 7
    Submitted by Wilma Allen May 4, 2015 5:25 p.m. RSVP to info@fernandinafol.org or call 321-6529 Friends of the Fernandina Beach Library invites all to celebrate its 30th year as a certified non-profit organization on Thursday, May 7 from 6:30 - … Continue reading →
  • Ed’s Comfort Solutions, Inc. receives Top 10 Dealer Award from Trane
    News Release Submittted by Trane Residential Solutions North Florida DSO May 4, 2015 5:00 p.m.
  • Bring concerns to Congressman Crenshaw locally May 6
    Media Release May 4, 2015 3:00 p.m.
  • Shrimp Festival Blessing of the Fleet
    Photos courtesy of Michael Spicer www.michaelspicer.net May 4, 2015 1:35 p.m. Editor’s Note: Father Jose Kallukalam, priest of St Michael’s Catholic Church took part in the Shrimp Festival’s traditional Sunday afternoon “Blessing of the Fleet” on board the Polly L. … Continue reading →
  • St Michael’s Academy Students Clinch 1st Place in Essay Contest
    Submitted by Cindy Dickinson May 4, 2015 7:37 a.m. The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women’s service organization dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America’s future through better education for children. … Continue reading →
  • Council on Aging to host caregiver support group May 5
    Public Service Announcement Nassau Council on Aging Jeffrey B.McDowell Communications & Marketing May 3, 2015 6:00 p.m. On Tuesday, May 5, 2015 from 6 – 7:30 p.m., Nassau Council on Aging will host a Caregiver Support gathering at 1367 South … Continue reading →
  • Runners shine despite rain
    Submitted by Marianna McIntyre, Development Director Micah’s Place May 3, 2015 4:00 p.m. Despite sporadic rain showers, runners from around Nassau – and neighboring counties – shined bright during the Micah’s Place “Taking Strides to End Abuse” 5K/Fun Run/Kids Zone. … Continue reading →
  • Ribbon Cutting for JW Frame Gallery 05.05.2015
    JW Frame Gallery is now opened! Jill Wilkinson provides custom picture framing, quality photo printing, local artwork and gifts. Check out her website here.Filed under: aifby chamber member news, events Tagged: JW Frame Gallery, ribbon cutting
  • 9th Annual Wild Amelia Nature Fest a Blend of Old and New
    From a sea turtle release to foot-stomping music, the 9th annual Wild Amelia Nature Festival, set for May 15-17, has a lot to offer to island residents and visitors alike and will be a blend of popular components from past
  • Ribbon Cutting for debonair 4.28.2015
    Debonair is now opened on Centre St! Thank you for everyone that came out to celebrate with them. They have a great selection of handbags, jewelry and gift items. You will always find something unique. Filed under: aifby chamber member news,
  • Rural Energy America Grant and Loan Program
    The Rural Energy America Program has announced a guaranteed loan financing and grant funding program for agricultural producers and rural small businesses.  The programs assist with purchases or installation of renewable energy systems or to make energy efficiency improvements. Funds can be utilized for
  • Ribbon Cutting for Wards Auto Painting & Bodyworks 4.24.15
    Wards Auto Painting & Bodyworks is now opened in Yulee, FL! They are located at 463360 SR 20, Yulee, FL. Check out their website here: http://www.wardscollision.comFiled under: aifby chamber member news, events Tagged: ribbon cutting
  • 21 Year Special for Amelia Island Graphics!
    Amelia Island Graphic (904) 261-0740  http://www.ameliaislandgraphics.comFiled under: aifby chamber member news Tagged: Amelia Island Graphics
  • Nassau Humane Society Gala Held 4.18.2015
    The inaugural Nassau Humane Society Gala, held April 18th, 2015 at The Ritz-Carlton, Amelia Island was a huge success.  The local organization raised just over $35,000 in event donations and sponsorships, and additionally, received a $15,000 donation to begin a
  • Ribbon Cutting for Amelia Express Care 4.20.15
    We had a great turn-out for the grand opening ribbon cutting for Amelia Express Care! Please stop by and meet Dr. Jonathan Williams, Jacob Logsdon, PA-C and staff. They did a fantastic job on the new office.Filed under: aifby chamber member news,
  • “All About Money” by Local financial advisor Steve Nicklas
     Local financial advisor and columnist Steve Nicklas has published a book of some of his favorite columns from the last 20 years. The paperback book, “All About Money,” is a compilation of columns written by Nicklas in the political, financial,
  • Free Swimming Lessons
    The City of Fernandina Beach will again be sponsoring free swimming lessons at the Martin Luther King Junior pool in the coming months. This year’s supporters include Safe KIDS Northeast Florida, The Ed Gaw Open Water Challenge, Amelia Island Lifeguarding Association

Just my view on the way to lunch…

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