Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Jacksonville Journal

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Jacksonville Journal

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EARTH DAY FESTIVITIES TODAY AT THE LANDING

The 38th anniversary of Earth Day will be commemorated today at The Jacksonville Landing.

Hundreds are expected to gather for the festival to learn about conservation, reducing energy and water use and preventing pollution.

Activities begin at 10 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. with a day of entertainment, education and community involvement. Among the musical performers will be the Berenstein Bears. All activities are free and open to the public.

In a separate Earth Day event, about 30 high school Rotary exchange students from 26 countries will be clearing and planting in a vacant city lot in Springfield.

TEEN DRIVER CHALLENGES SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

Law enforcement agencies are offering several Teen Driver Challenges in the next few months.

The two-day driver's education courses are for licensed drivers 16 to 19. They are presented by the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office and Florida Sheriffs Association. …

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