Ribbon Cuttings with the Chamber of Commerce
Oct 08, 2014 02:00AM
Amelia Boat Club & Rentals, 5 p.m. Thursday, October 9, at Amelia Island Yacht Basin, 251 Creekside Drive, Fernandina Beach, the boat club previously was known as Suntex Boat Club and Watersports and operated by the Amelia Island Yacht Basin. Monty and Capprice Kitchen recently purchased the business and changed the name to reflect the community. The boats and business remain at the Amelia Island Yacht Basin, but the location within the marina has moved to Dock E. Amelia Boat Club & Rentals still offers boat club memberships (offering a hassle-free, convenient boating alternative to boat ownership) and boat & waverunner rentals to the public. Whether it's fun, fishing, or just a relaxing float around the island, we take care of the work, so you can focus on the water. For more information, visit www.ameliaboatclub.com or call (904) 572-3216.
Amelia National Tennis Club, Noon, Friday, October 10, at 95211 Clubhouse Road, Fernandina Beach. The Amelia National Tennis Club is a private tennis club that will offer eight state-of-the-art illuminated Har-Tru Clay Courts including two stadium courts. The Amelia National Tennis Club is staged to offer distinguished tennis programs under the direction of Owner and Director of Tennis Joe Mattingly. The highly trained staff, including Head Tennis Professional Vishnu Maharaj, are available to provide you with both private and group lesson instruction. Amelia National Tennis club will offer Family, Couple, Single, Junior and Snowbird memberships. Additional club amenities will include a 1500-square-foot club house complete with viewing deck and a full-service pro shop including a racquet customization center, stringing services, apparel from a variety of today's top brands. A lounge area includes flat screen TVs and comfortable changing areas for both men and women. For more information, go to www.amelianationaltennis.com or call (240) 446-5171. To get to the Amelia National Tennis Club, take the Amelia Concourse to Amelia National Parkway. Drive approximately 1/2 mile to Clubhouse Road.