Monthly Archives: March 2011

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month – Save the Dates

The Clay County Victim Services Center will have flyers to distribute soon, but please mark your calendars to Save the Dates for the following activities in April: Monday, April 11th: Self-Defense Class at 6:00 p.m. at CCSO on Blanding Boulevard.  This … Continue reading

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News from Shaping Clay Network – March Meeting

The March Shaping Clay meeting scheduled for Friday, March 25th, at 8:30 a.m. at the Holiday Inn on Wells Road has been cancelled. The next meeting will be Friday, April 22nd at the Florida Youth Challenge Academy at Camp Blanding. Please RSVP to Beth Eifert, Coordinator, … Continue reading

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News from Mercy Network

The Mercy Network’s Spring Countywide Outreach to homeless, low income, and disadvantaged people of Clay County is on Friday, March 25, 2011 at Pinewood Presbyterian Church, 198 Knight Boxx Rd, Middleburg. Free lunch 11:30 am – 1pm. Free services available including clothing, … Continue reading

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News from Historical Society of Orange Park

According to a March 2011 letter from Van Hogan, President, Historical Society of Orange Park: “The Historical Society of Orange Park is leading a community effort to construct a new Veterans Memorial that will be located in Magnolia Cemetery. The … Continue reading

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Clay County’s Free Soup Kitchens

Clay County’s Free Soup Kitchens are held every Saturday from 11am-1pm and are located at 604 Walnut Ave. in Green Cove Springs, 3916 Section St. in Middleburg, 414 Stowe Ave. in Orange Park, and 125 NE Commercial Circle in Keystone … Continue reading

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Shaping Clay February Meeting Notes

Did you know that 1 out of 3 volunteers vows never to return to the nonprofit that brought them in because he/she feels the organization wasted his/her time?  Did you realize that last year HandsOn Jacksonville helped area nonprofits to manage … Continue reading

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