Speaker Date Topic
The FBHS Band Rose Quartet` Dec 13, 2017 12:00 PM
A Saxophone Concert of Christmas

A visit by the Fernandina Beach High School Band "Rose Quartet"  - with a special presentation of Holiday music.

Senator Aaron Bean Dec 20, 2017 12:00 PM

Join us for Fernandina's most competitive trivia contest, hosted by the one and only State Senator Aaron Bean.   You don't want to miss this event!



No Meeting Dec 27, 2017
Seasons Greetings -
Nan Voit Jan 03, 2018 12:00 PM
Director - City of Fernandina Beach Parks & Recreation




Membership Craft Talks Jan 10, 2018 12:00 PM
Mary Ruark, Renee Stoffel, Joe Hastey

Come learn a little bit more about our fellow Club members -

Mary Ruark

Joe Hastey

Renee Stoffel

Rotary Oratory Contest Jan 17, 2018 12:00 PM
Nassau County High School Students

The Rotary Oratory Competition is a project initiated by the Rotary Club of South Jacksonville in 2015. Each year the Club’s speech committee approaches the principals and speech teachers of the 45 public and private schools on the First Coast (Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau and St. Johns counties) to choose a high school senior who would like to represent their school in an oratory competition. Each year the speech committee determines what speech topic to offer the high school seniors. The topics are meant to be current, meaningful and thought provoking. We do not allow topics to be of a personal or political nature.  The students have approximately two months to research, write and prepare their presentation. The candidates are assigned geographically to a nearby Rotary Club, where they will first compete in a “regional” contest. Those who win their regional will continue on to compete for a first place college scholarship and a runner up college scholarship in a special final competition.

Bill Brummond Jan 24, 2018 12:00 PM
"The Art of Wood"

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Bill Brumund, and his wife Jo, moved to Amelia Island from Atlanta in 2004. He is a retired consulting Civil Engineer. Two of his hobbies are woodturning and wildlife photography. Their daughter and son-in law, Alison and Jeff Doulas, also live on Amelia Island.