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1 AMELIA ISLAND

KINGS BAY COMMANDER SPEAKS TO CLUB

Capt. Harvey Guffey, commanding officer of Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base in Southeast Georgia, is the guest speaker at the next European American Business Club meeting on 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Amelia River Golf Club at 4477 Buccaneer Trail. Guffey will speak about the economic impact the base has on small business in the area. Admission is $12, which includes food. Information and to RSVP: www.eabcnetwork.com.

2 FRUIT COVE

GENEALOGY GET-TOGETHER

Curious about who's hidden in your family tree? Join fellow family-history hunters from 2-4 p.m. Saturday at 60 Davis Pond Blvd., Fruit Cove. For more, (904) 827-6960; libbt@sjcfl.us.

3 FERNANDINA BEACH

GOLF TOURNAMENT AUCTION ITEMS SOUGHT

The Greater Nassau County Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the 23rd annual "Chamber Classic" Golf Tournament at 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3, at the North Hampton Golf and Country Club at 22680 N. Hampton Club Way. The chamber is asking for donations for its silent auction, door prizes or advertisement items given to each player. Hole sponsorship is $100; individual players are $125 per person; a foursome is $500; and a business sponsor is $600. Registration starts at noon, and a shotgun start is at 1 p.m. Information: www.greaternassaucounty.com.

4 CLAY

CLAY CANDIDATE FORUM

The Republican Party of Clay County will host a candidate forum 7-9 p.m. Thursday at Ridgeview High School, 466 Madison Ave., Orange Park. It is for all Republican and non-party candidates. For more, secretary@clayrepublicans.com.

5 CLAY

11TH ANNUAL PARADE OF TREES

Organizers of the annual Parade of Trees based at Spring Park in Green Cove Springs is accepting applications to adopt a Christmas tree for the event that remembers loved ones and honors military men and women unable to be home for the holiday. …

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