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Adam Levine is the George and Kathleen Gibbs Director and CEO of the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. He lives in Atlantic Beach. more
A banker by profession, Ponte Vedra Beach resident Matt Willis is also a supply officer in the U.S. Naval reserve and was stationed in Bahrain for most of last year, from February through December. more
Rhonda Goodall of Ponte Vedra Beach is a children’s book author and illustrator. She has published five books to date. more
Ponte Vedra Beach resident Susanne Schuenke is a German American artist whose works are in public and private collections around the world. She is also the co-author of a new book, “Echo of the Unconscious in Painting,” which she will present during a Jan. 14 talk at the Ponte Vedra Beach Branch Library. more
A resident of Ponte Vedra, Karen Everett is Director of the St. Johns County Chamber of Commerce, Ponte Vedra Beach Division. Her office is located at 200 Solana Rd., Suite B, Ponte Vedra Beach. more
As Assistant Director at Mission House in Jacksonville Beach, Michaele Bradford oversees programs that help area homeless people find jobs, housing and assistance with turning their lives around. more
Anthony Egeln of Ponte Vedra Beach has portrayed Herr Drosselmeyer in The Nutcracker production performed by the Christ Episcopal Church Dancers for five years. more
Jim McCarthy is President of the North Florida Land Trust, a not for profit, 501c3 that is committed to protecting the natural resources, historic places and working lands (farms and ranches) of North Florida. He lives in Nocatee with his wife, Liz. more
Founder and co-owner of Dome Headwear in Jacksonville Beach, Jeff Whitaker grew up in Ponte Vedra Beach and now lives in Nocatee with his wife and three children. He says he is living his dream of owning his own business, with his best friend, in his hometown. more
As a next-door neighbor to Ponte Vedra Recorder co-founder Gretchen Carpenter in 1969, Jacquelyn Bates witnessed the newspaper’s creation. Eleven years later, Carpenter’s co-founder, Peg Bradford, and her son, Tim, asked her to become its managing editor. Bates shares her memories of the early years, and her opinion of the paper today. more
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