Hi! The Northside meets every month on the 2nd Monday at Juniors Seafood on Main Street, just north of the Hecksher Drive overpass. 9349 N Main St, Jacksonville
The meeting is 6:30-8 and is held on the "Sandwich" side of the restaurant. We generally will get there closer to 6pm and order dinner from the main restaurant, letting them know we are attending the FCTP meeting next door. They will bring your food to you when it's ready.
Watch under "Events" for the Northside meeting to be posted with details about the meeting. Hope to see you at the next meeting!
Our November meeting (hard to believe we are already there) will be on Monday, November 9 at Junior’s Sandwiches, 9347 North Main Street from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Meet and greet is 6:00 – 6:30 (earlier if you like) and the meeting will start at 6:30.
This month our speaker will be Jacksonville’s Hat Lady, Fathiyyah. Fathiyyah recently spoke at our Community Outreach Event and told her story of how only in America can you reach your dreams by hard work. Below is a clip of her story.
Our next Community Outreach Event will be on Tuesday, November 10. The speaker will be Niger Innis. Attached is a flyer for the event as well as a bio of Niger.
Calling all Veterans and Patriots! November 11 is Veteran’s Day and for the seventh year, we will be pulling the FCTP Wharf through the streets of downtown Jacksonville. Come join us we honor our Veterans. You are welcome to walk with us or ride on the wharf. At the end, we will continue our tradition of placing a wreath at the Veterans Wall.
Also Christy Homitz has asked that I pass on information for the upcoming North Jax Comm
The North side Group is very active. They meet once a month. Their meeting goes up on the events tab the beginning of the month.. I will get you the information from this months meeting so you can see some of the details.
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