of Amelia Island Florida
PO Box 16242
Fernandina Beach, FL 32035-3121
Welcome Visitors and Members of the Newcomers Club,
we hope you find the information you need on this site.
March on Amelia Island
is my idea of a real spring! Everywhere you look, flowers are beginning to bloom. Warm weather makes it more pleasant to golf,
play tennis, ride bikes, kayak, and walk on the beach. Try not to gloat too much when you talk to your friends and family
in the north.
Check out the March calendar and sign up for
one or more of these events. Sharing them with a group of like-minded ladies adds to the enjoyment.
The yearbook team has worked hard through the month of February,
collecting all of the information, editing it, and adding some special features. I am amazed at how much work they do and
yet they have fun as well. A special thanks goes to these ladies: Terri Boracove, Kathy Ching, Nancie Crabb, Teresa Dawsey,
Cynthia Griffin and Lois Stewart! Deb Fanelli, our Database Administrator also works hard to make sure all of the information
is correct. Please keep her informed of any changes you may have to your address, phone or email. Watch the mail for your
yearbook later in March.
I would also like to thank all of the hostesses who
so willingly open their homes for so many of our activities. We are really blessed with so many beautiful homes to visit and,
even better, the friendly hostesses!
The March Luncheon will be at the Golf
Club of Amelia Island. Prepare to be entertained as Thea Seagraves shares the history and creation of American Beach. American
Beach was the first beach my husband and I found on the island, and I am looking forward to learning more about it.
And, it wouldn’t be March without a little “Touch of the Irish”, check out Tables of 8.
We welcome you to Amelia Island and Nassau County and wish you a wonderful
life while living here! Newcomers Club of Amelia Island is a local club with the purpose of extending
a friendly hand to all women, developing new friendships, and offering social events, activities, and service opportunities
in the community.
is open to any woman who resides in Nassau County. If you want more information, please contact our 2015 Orientation
Chair, Carroll Mixon, 904-432-8334. We encourage women interested in joining Newcomers to attend a
monthly coffee, usually on the 2nd Thursday of the month. A prospective member may attend one luncheon and/or two
meetings or activity groups before joining. For further information about Newcomers Club activities, look at the
Activity Groups Information on this site.