The much anticipated Relay for Life of Bartram Trail event will be held from 12 p.m. – 10 p.m. on Saturday April 1. More »
The Mandarin Art Festival is a tradition that many families have come to enjoy over Easter weekend, April 15 – 16. More »
On March 7, Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry honored Holocaust survivor and philanthropist Henri Landwirth on his 90th birthday with a proclamation outlining some of his many accomplishments. More »
At the Southeast Regional Library on Saturday, March 4, dancers from Renuka’s Indian Danz Academy presented a variety of dances from India. More »
First Coast NewsLine
By Angela Higginbotham
Equestrian standout Camryn Hulsey is a senior at Bartram Trail High School and a recent Texas A&M University scholarship recipient. At age six, Hulsey discovered her love for riding horses while spending time watching and learning from her mom, who has also enjoyed equestrian sports. Hulsey is very excited to join the Texas A&M equestrian team and will begin her collegiate career in Fall 2017. She plans to major in interior design and minor in business.
By David Aaro
For all you cat lovers out there, meet a Ponte Vedra resident who has helped rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for hundreds of felines, some abandoned as adults and others born to abandoned cats in the beach communities. Mary Boushie has owned Katz 4 Keeps, a 501 (c ) (3) non-profit organization in Ponte Vedra since 2008.
Jeremy Nalley, a northwest St. Johns County resident and student at the Art Institute, recently produced a public service announcement video encouraging pet owners to pick up after their animals. Using neighbors and family members as actors, Nalley created the anti-poo PSA titled, “It’s Your Pup, Pick it Up!”