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Many people will find themselves on a surgeon's table at one point or another. Professional athletes who get injured frequently and, of course, surgeons may be accustomed to the surgical wings of hospitals, but the general public has no such familiarity. Perhaps due to that lack of familiarity, many people are nervous before an impending surgery. Asking the right questions prior to the procedure can calm those nerves and help people approach pending surgeries with confidence rather than fear. more
First-graders from Beaches Chapel School painted seven birdhouses and donated them to Gabriel House of Care before school ended for the summer. The school chef also made a special Texas sheet cake for those staying at Gabriel House to enjoy. more
The Ponte Vedra Recorder launched the Best of the Best of Ponte Vedra contest May 16 in recognition of the newspaper’s 50th anniversary, which will be celebrated in November (#CheersTo50Years). The contest includes ZIP codes 32082 and 32081. Voting is free and open to the public at www.pontevedrarecorder.com/BestOf2019 . more
The Florida Guardian ad Litem Program was celebrating as cyclist Chris Dieringer completed his ride from California to Northeast Florida to raise awareness for programs serving abused, abandoned and neglected children. more
Cypress Village residents Jennifer and Chuck Fouts learned their neighborhood fire department received a second set of gear from the city, but not a second set of particulate hoods. The couple asked Cypress Village Executive Director, Ty Morgan, if there was anything the senior living community could do to help. more
Launching a kayak in the Intracoastal Waterway at night, you might notice how simultaneously loud and strangely quiet it feels. The water slaps the side of the boat like it’s trying to wake it up. There is a distant hum of cars along Roscoe Blvd. or soft music playing from someone’s porch. You might whisper even though it’s plain there’s nobody to hear you. more
Nease NJROTC, the No. 1 program in Area-12 and one of the top 10 programs nationally, restocked its high-performing cadet leadership ranks, successfully graduating nine cadets at the Area-12 NJROTC Leadership Academy in Gainesville, Georgia from June 7-13. more
It was a birthday to remember for Dreams Come True, as the organization received a $60,000 gift from THE PLAYERS Championship and a special birthday greeting from PGA TOUR member Fred Couples. more
St. Johns County Parks and Recreation Department recently announced that Doug Bataille was named the department’s new director. more
Eager children swarm Jacksonville Symphony’s Principal Tubaist James Jenkins to ask him questions about his tuba and himself after Tuba Storytime at the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library. Tuba Storytime was the library’s first preschool Storytime class since late April. Jenkins incorporated his tuba-playing skills to the reading of with the story “Little Boy with a Big Horn” by Jack Bechdolt. more
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