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The new Monthly Luncheon location is in the old Normandy Mall in the
Soul Food Bistro
First Wednesday of every month 11am

The closure of the Quality Inn in December put us back in the Search mode to find a venue that can accommodate our group. After much searching and teeth grinding, we are now set up to meet at the Soul Food Bistro on Lenox Avenue, just past Cassett.  Entry door is on the west side of the building.  Please let everyone know about our new location.  Many do not have email and we don’t want them to be left out.

Potters House Soul Food Bistro
5310 Lenox Avenue, Suite 1,  Jacksonville 32205
phone: 904-394-0860
Time:11:00 (or a little earlier if you like) We stay until we want to leave.

The Bistro is cafeteria style dining with free drink refills.  Food is very good southern home style cooking and reasonably priced. 

We have one walled of section of the main dining room just for us.  I will have a sign in table at the opening to our section so you can find us right away.

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Elvis, Jimmy Velvet, Mae Boren Axton, Hoyt Axton, The Classics IV, Roy Orbison,
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Paxon High School was originally named Paxon Field Junior-Senior High School when it was built in 1954. It included 7th through 12 grades until 1957, when Paxon Junior High was built nearby. In 1996, Paxon became a college preparatory school and an International Baccalaureate school, and took on its present-day name. Today, Paxon considers its chief rival to be Stanton College Preparatory School, another Jacksonville IB school. In 2008, Paxon School for Advanced Studies was ranked number 8 of the 100 best high schools in the nation by Newsweek magazine; 17th in 2007, 28th in 2006, 7th in 2005 and 3rd in 2003.

The site where the school was built was Paxon Air Field, where Bessie Coleman was killed in a plane accident in 1926. Coleman was the first African American (male or female) to become an airplane pilot, and the first American of any race or gender to hold an international pilot license. Paxon Field was Jacksonville's first airfield, with the exception of the beaches. The Navy used the (grass) airfield for training during World War II, but eventually declared the site excess in January 1947.

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The contact for this website is Larry Cohen, Class of '65, and the contact E-Mail address is .

This website is not affiliated with the Paxon School for Advanced Studies or the Duval County School Board
and is funded, maintained by, and for the attendees of the monthly luncheon.