Smartphone App TrickorTracker Removes Parents' Worries-Kids Can More Safely Enjoy Halloween

Iconosys unveils a new Smartphone app that enables responsible parents to know the exact whereabouts of their trick-or-treating kids without requiring them to follow alongside in the family car (risking the lives of others that may stray into their paths, as they are distracted by the task of diligently watching their children from the car window). 

Iconosys, Inc., has created TrickorTrackerso that parents can safely monitor their kids via their Smartphone, while their children are out and about gathering treats.  TrickorTracker is free of charge for Halloween (it does expire afterwards), or can be purchased for $9.99 thereafter for full lifetime coverage of family members.

Church of the Redeemer Free Fall Festival Oct. 30th

October 30 ,2010 4-6:00 p.m.

Bounce House, Face Painting, Games, Free Hot Dogs

Church of the Redeemer

8535 Baymeadows Road, across from McDonalds

Quilt 'N Sew Group at Jim Fortuna Senior Center

Meets Mondays from 1-3 pm at the Jim Fortuna Senior Center where we exchange ideas, tips, techniques and work on our projects  for family and friends and charity. 

The Civil War in Jacksonville Living History Weekend at Fort Caroline National Memorial

November 20-21, 2010 Jacksonville, Florida

The Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve will present a special event entitled “The Civil War in Jacksonville.”  This living history weekend will be held at Fort Caroline National Memorial and will highlight how the Civil War affected Jacksonville and Northeast Florida.  The event will be open and free to the public 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturday and 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Sunday.

The Civil War was fought in all southern states, including Florida, yet few people are aware of the battles and naval engagements that occurred in Jacksonville.  The Union Navy blockaded the St. Johns River and Union gunboats patrolled as far south as Green Cove Springs.

UNF Alumni Association Hosts Denim & Diamonds Fundraiser, RSVP by Nov. 8th

Come out for an evening of glitz and denim as the University of North Florida Alumni Association hosts its annual Denim & Diamonds fund-raising event from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 13, at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville, a cultural resource of UNF, located at 333 North Laura Street. Proceeds will go towards student study-abroad scholarships.

The cost is $40 per person, or $75 per couple, and includes an open bar, appetizers, a raffle ticket, music, dancing and participation in a silent auction. To R.S.V.P. for this event, contact the UNF Office of Alumni Services at (904) 620-4723 or by e-mail at by Monday, Nov. 8.

The Women In Business Network (WIBNetwork) Event, Nov. 4th

The Women In Business Network (WIBNetwork) is having a special event to spotlight local women in business on Thursday, November 4th from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Jacksonville Chrysler Jeep Dodge Dealership, located off of 9-A off Baymeadows Road in Jacksonville, FL.

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Announces the 11th Annual 65 Roses Golf & Tennis Classic, Nov. 13

Sporting a new name and the permanent addition of a women’s tennis tournament, The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation announces the 11th Annual 65 Roses Golf & Tennis Classic will be Saturday, November 13, at Jacksonville Golf & Country Club.

Proceeds from The 65 Roses Golf & Tennis Classic will benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. 65 Roses is what some children with cystic fibrosis call their disease because the words are much easier for them to pronounce. For more than 40 years, 65 Roses has been used by children of all ages to describe their disease. The rose, appropriately the ancient symbol of love, has become a symbol of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

The tennis portion of the 65 Roses Golf & Tennis Classic will kick off the day at 9 a.m. to noon at the Jacksonville Golf and Country Club and will consist of women’s doubles matches.