Business Briefs 8/8/19

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Posted 8/7/19

Island Dentistry want to help McRae Elementary get off to a good startFLEMING ISLAND – McRae Elementary in Keystone Heights is a Title I school and has an A- rating. Due to their location, they …

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Business Briefs 8/8/19

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Island Dentistry want to help McRae Elementary get off to a good start

FLEMING ISLAND – McRae Elementary in Keystone Heights is a Title I school and has an A- rating. Due to their location, they are “out of sight, out of mind,” which means they don’t get the help they so desperately need.

Island Dentistry decided to come to their aid with the help of their doctors, staff, patients and the community. Dr. Douglas Scales, owner of Island Dentistry, does a great deal of outreach in the community and felt they needed to help McRae get a good start to the new school year. Tammy Winkler, principal at McRae Elementary School, is so excited that Island Dentistry wants to offer their assistance.

From now until Aug. 15, please drop off any of the following items: school supplies, gently used clothes, new underwear, non-perishable food, toiletries, socks, shoes, jackets and new reading books to Island Dentistry, at 4689 U.S. Highway 17, Suite 6, on Fleming Island (behind the Dunkin Donuts).

For more information, call Susan Soltys at (904) 278-7567.

Amenity center, model homes now open at GreyHawk

OAKLEAF – GreyHawk, a new recreation-rich residential community in Clay County, recently celebrated its grand opening. Guests were among the first to tour the community’s newly completed amenity center and model homes.

“GreyHawk offers a state-of-the-art amenity center with lagoon entry pool and poolside fire pit, fully equipped fitness studio and The Roost, an open-air pavilionwhere residents can gather to create memories to last a lifetime,” said Mike Taylor, North Florida Regional President of GreenPointe Communities, the developer of GreyHawk. “Our community is designed for today’s active families.”

The Roost, the open-air pavilion, is a great place for birthday parties and happy hours. Whether socializing or relaxing, homeowners can find a variety of seating options under the pavilion or on the pool deck.

The state-of-the-art fitness center features high-tech training equipment, cardio machines and free weights. The amenity area also includes a children’s playground, tennis courts, a basketball court and an open playfield for a game of catch or pick-up soccer. GreyHawk families and their canine companions enjoy Central Bark, a fully enclosed, dog-friendly area for exercise and meet-and-greet time in the great outdoors.

GreyHawk is close to and currently zoned for top-rated schools, Discovery Oaks Elementary, Oakleaf Junior High and Oakleaf High. Residents appreciate easy access to shopping, dining, business centers and recreation including Branan Field Wildlife and Environmental Area and Jennings State Forest.

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