Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Around the Region

Newspaper article The Florida Times Union

Around the Region

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Do you have something to share about your community outside Jacksonville? Send news-related tips to aroundtheregion@jacksonville.com or call (904) 359-4450.

1 BEACHES

FRIEND OF THE BEACHES AWARD

Beaches Watch is seeking nominations by 5 p.m. Friday for its annual Friend of the Beaches Award. Nominations may be submitted to info@beacheswatch.com or mailed to Beaches Watch Inc., P.O. Box 50311, Jacksonville Beach, Fl . 32240. For more, beacheswatch.com.

2 BEACHES

FREE DOG BEHAVIOR CLASS

Salty Paws Healthy Pet Market and Kamp K-9 Jacksonville Beach Dog Behavior Training offers "How to be an Even Better Pack Leader," a free dog behavior class in dog psychology, 6:30u8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19, at Community Presbyterian Church, 150 Sherry Drive, Atlantic Beach. Class is for dog owners only and reservations are required, due to limited space. For more, (904) 566-7625 or winfirst1@gmail.com.

3 BEACHES

RITZ CHAMBER PLAYERS CONCERT

The Ritz Chamber Players will perform 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 17, at the Beaches Chapel at Beaches Museum and History Park, 381 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville Beach. For more, beachesmuseum.org.

4 CLAY

CLAY COUNTY ANIMAL CARE AND CONTROL

Clay Humane, a nonprofit veterinary clinic in Orange Park, has presented an award to Clay County Animal Care and Control recognizing its dedication and compassion in the field of animal welfare in 2014.

5 YULEE

TRAFFIC SHIFT SET FOR FEB. 17 ON A1A

The continuing $18.5 million project to widen Florida A1A in Yulee will necessitate a lane shift from the CSX railroad crossing west of U.S. 17 to Rubin Davis Lane, near Felmor Road, beginning Tuesday, Feb. 17, according to the Florida Department of Transportation. The existing traffic diversion west of the railroad crossing will remain in place. The traffic shift to the south will allow for the rebuilding of existing westbound lanes. Eastbound and westbound traffic will be divided by a concrete barrier with no openings for cross traffic. This shift will remain through late 2015, and the entire widening project is set to be done by spring 2017. …

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