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In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

Lighthouse 5k and Night Fest! – March 7th, 2015

Lighthouse 5k and Night Fest! – March 7th, 2015

Attention Long Beach, CA Ladies: Get involved in your community! The Junior…

Attention Long Beach, CA Ladies: Get involved in your community! The Junior…

In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

In 1997 the Seventh Judicial Circuit Judges, namely, Judge Mathis, asked the Junior Service League of St. Augustine to help fill a need for a visitation center here in St. Johns County. The League committed to the project and began doing research on how to make this dream a reality. It took two years to purchase and renovate a property that fulfilled the requirements. Kids Bridge opened its doors in March of 2002 and to date has served over 2,000 families.

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