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DONATIONS/GRANTS

-- The Rotary Club of San Jose during the 2003-04 Rotary year raised and donated $21,000 to local and international charities. Beneficiaries include the I.M. Sulzbacher Center for the Homeless, Clarke School for the hearing impaired, Pine Castle School and the UCOM Food Bank.

-- CSX Corp. donated $100,000 to the Police Athletic League for renovations and programs at Mallison Park.

-- The First Coast Roundtable of the Council of Logistics Management presented $1,500 to the University of North Florida College of Business. The university plans to use the money to support the studies of students enrolled as transportation and logistics majors.

HONORS/AWARDS

-- Bedell, Ditmar, DeVault, Pillans & Coxe has been ranked a top tier law firm in the state by Chambers USA: America's Leading Lawyers for Business, a nationwide client's guide publication. In addition, attorneys John DeVault and Charles Pillans are named as leading individuals in the litigation category and Henry Coxe is ranked as a leading individual litigation attorney in the white-collar crime and government investigations category.

-- Scott-McRae Advertising and Spectrum Films are recipients of The Videographer Awards' 2004 Award of Excellence in the video production/corporate image category. The award was won for work on The Power of Our Past, a historical review of the history of the Scott-McRae Group, which was founded in 1916.

-- PineRidge Film & Television received the Outstanding Directing in a Service Show Daytime Emmy for its Travel Channel series, Great Hotels. Jerry Smith, Joan McCord, Sylvia Caminer and Sid Goldberg directed a combined 90 half-hour episodes and 10 one-hour specials.

-- Labrato Insurance & Bonding Inc. has been recognized in Zurich Insurance Co.'s Medallion Agent Program as a top performing agency serving the small business sector. Labrato is one of 68 agents and the only Jacksonville company to have received the Gold Distinction from Zurich.

-- D.R. Horton is named the No. 1 builder in the April issue of Professional Builder, which recognizes the "giant" 400 builders in the U.S. The May issue also ranks D.R. Horton as No. 1 and shows the company as No. 1 in 32 markets, including Jacksonville.

LEASES

-- Trammell Crow Co. represented the engineering, design, planning and construction management firm Edwards and Kelcey in leasing 10,000 square feet of office space at 245 Riverside Ave.

-- Rick Sutton and Steve Tool of Grubb & Ellis Phoenix Realty Group's retail services group completed the following lease transactions: Yum Brands (Pizza Hut), 1,200 square feet in Main Street Station Shopping Center at 5751 N. Main St. from Citizens Associates of Jacksonville LLC; Vishal Foods of San Marco, doing business as Marble Slab Creamery, 1,103 square feet at 2000-1 Hendricks Ave. from J. Kimball; TAC Enterprises, doing business as Papa John's Pizza, 1,418 square feet in Plantation Plaza Shopping Center at 2750 Race Track Road from DPG/Plantation LLC; Sleep Right Mattress, 2,800 square feet in Plantation Plaza Shopping Center at 2750 Race Track Road from DPG/Plantation LLC; and Great Clips for Hair, 1,400 square feet in Johns Creek Shopping Center on County Road 210 from Regency Centers, and 1,200 square feet in Crown Point Plaza from Sleiman Enterprises, at Shoppes of Palm Valley in Ponte Vedra Beach from The Sembler Co., at Town Center West Shopping Center from TCW Property Management, at Asbury Commons Shopping Center in Clay County from Hallmark Partners, at Millhopper Shopping Centers in Gainesville from Regency Centers and at Haile Plantation Shopping Center in Gainesville from AG Armstrong. …

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