SAB News: September 2015


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SAB News: September 28, 2015


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Father Tim celebrates Mass at St Anastasia Catholic Church.

Thank You Pope Francis!

Sunday, as Pope Francis departs the United States, all would have to agree he changed our hearts. While on this trip to the West, Pope Francis demonstrated to all of us what is important; Mercy, Forgiveness and Love.


tuxBless All The Wonderful Pets

Oct 3rd at 10Am

This is the time of year where we celebrate St. Francis of Assisi and his love for all animals. St. Francis of Assisi, whose feast day is October 4th, is the patron saint of animals. St Francis cared for all living creatures big and small.


SAB News: September 21, 2015


Viva Spain

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King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain address the throngs of fans in the E Brady 2015

Last week St Augustine welcomed King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain during their Royal visit to honor the 450th Anniversary of St Augustine and to attend a meeting of the U.S.-Spain Council.



Endless Summer Run 2014

Don’s Friends run along the beach.

Endless Summer Run 2015

Spaces for this years 10K & 5K Endless Summer Runs were sold out months in advance, making this one of the most successful runs of the year in St Johns County. Hosted by Friends of Anastasia State Park, Don’s Friends Run is celebrating it’s twelfth year of giving back.


SAB News: September 7, 2015

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Ponce points to Spain as Emmylou and Rodney entertain the crowd.

Ponce Lights Up The Night

It was billed as one of the greatest celebrations St Augustine has ever seen. This weekend proved it’s point as St Augustine celebrated the 450th Anniversary of the founding of St Augustine.
In 1565 when the king of Spain sent Don Pedro Menendez de Avilés to reclaim the land from France, Menendez and his men landed on the shore and founded what was to become the first continually occupied settlement of European and African-American origin in the United States.