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Volume 18, Number 28 I can tell you this: We are putting out a damn paper tomorrow. July 13th, 2018 FREEFortMyersBeach.news Keeping The Spirit of AliveEvent Recognizes The Greatest GenerationBy Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news To me, the World War II Generation is The Greatest Generation because they are so to honor veterans of the Second many right out of high school, and did their duty, then came home and raised their family, and built the greatest nation on earth, and did it so humbly. They are amazing, and honor their legacy as long as we can, because we will never see another Harbour Point Drive in South Fort Island off Summerlin Road. It is free for World War II veterans, as well your reservations by Wednesday, the Second World War, and this year we have had a lot of success with those. The Marriott serves a they are so good to us, with a dinner salad and rolls, entre, dessert LEE COUNTY COMMEMORATES WWII VETS The United States in recognition of those The Spirit of is celebrated on the second Sunday of August to mark the end of the war Photo by Ed Wescott, courtesy U.S. Army Contd pg.7 Historic Cottage UpdatePatience is a VirtueBy Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news for its unique sights and scenery, but a very unusual one occurred during the middle of the night of most historic cottages in the history of the beach moved north down governmental entities, saved the structure from demolition, with the historic cottages near the Matanzas however, this has yet to occur. enough square footage to add any other structures, so that made this the necessary The Cottage ready for the move from its original location at 3360 Estero Blvd. Water Woes ContinueCyanobacteria Moves DownriverBy Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news algae and Red Tide continue to States Senator Bill Nelson hosted an informational meeting in Fort conducted a boat tour and declared to the Caloosahatchee River and Budget is formulating funding for the Natural Resources Policy Conservation Foundation, reviewed our local water quality situation. Wessel recalled. Unfortunately, this because more of the algae is further down the Caloosahatchee and now We Rock For Dave Story on page 5

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Page 3 LETTERS to the EDITOR SAVING GRACE ever to the town and certainly not the neighborhood. The entire surrounding Christy Hennessey Smart Recycling Saves Tax DollarsBy Lee County Solid Waste according to data recently released But achieving that goal will not be easy. trash that should not have been ever that everyone learns to Re cycle Smart. belong in a recycling cart: Metal Cans cluding both aluminum and steel Plastic containers labeled No. dles. Glass bottles and jars Cardboard boxes able unless it held a liquid or a fro zen food Papers shredded or soiledCLEAN & DRY needs to be clean and dry. Recy cled materials are resold and no one buys materials covered in cof fee grounds or lasagna. If in doubt still usable, donate or sell it. Clean recycled materials are such an issue nationwide that recycled. Haulers are getting more stringent about the recycling they will collect. Recycling carts that recyclable in your curbside cart, might be tagged as contaminated container containing food waste well as those containing items sheets. Remember, do not throw trash in recycling bins. It contam inates the entire bin and then the recycling leader in Florida since Recycle Smart on the Solid Waste website at www.leecounty.com/ solidwaste.

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Page 4 Beach Botanyby Jim RodwellBUTTERFLY PEA: CENTROSEMA VIRGINIANUMCentrosema virginianum blue and sometimes to white. Its slender trailing and often twisting area bordering the Critical Wildlife Beach. It can also be found in the Pea got its name because it is the Centrosema found in Florida. NOW OPEN! Seeing the Light Guest Commentary: Better Those We KnowBy Jay Light Gosh, you go away a future ballot. her business is not involved in the movement, but husband moved off the island, she feels she no longer they can no longer vote on local matters, but moving off the island was a conscious decision they made a good bit of money, and until the consultant is worth noting that the consultant is the same one who that all just might be coincidence. with the town government. There are allegations about a continuous revolving door of town managers and terrible decisions the totally misguided and bungled term rental law and others. that any of them was acting with anything other than what they believed were the best interests of the town, no matter how wrong or misguided I thought they were. about the town, other than what they get from us in convinced that the County would do it better (good local building codes were in the hands of the County, its original form, which was outrageous and which the overwhelming majority of the residents hated. and returning it to the County might be a good idea, I say, Be careful what you wish for and remember why

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Page 5 We Rock For Dave Fundraiser Saturday For Local MusicianBy Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news The wind blows in my favor musician Dave Collaton of his re cent cancer battle. Cancer has a way of beating the hell out of you, but by the Grace of God, I am doing and they offered to host the fund away from this with enough cash to Dave is one of the best became a natural thing to host the of our income to his battle, along Daniels, James Gregg, Jeffery A MIRACLE so God bless the bar and restau medical treatments will be done, life. The good news is I am down to my second round of chemo, with that nightmare surgery behind me, ant, nasty tumor from me, and it is say enough great things about my no health insurance and no way to months ago that something was wrong, but he had no idea what. nesses, I never thought the cause cancer, so that never crossed my sidering that four years ago I quit tastic wife and wonderful daughter, legitimate and conventional way FANTASTIC FMB with the oncologist and he was round of chemo, I no longer have that terrible thing in my gut, and am through with radiation. I will contin done with chemo, I am coming gets me through this is my wife, Re When I have horrid days, she tells me to go to the beach or gym or out for ice cream, because if you feel horrible on the couch, I am better beautiful Rebecca, as she never He is grateful as well to the country, so I can sincerely say where everyone is so intertwined a long history of hosting fundrais a right turn out of a bad left turn of a community that treats me and so many others so well, and I love that we all share this shimmering The one thing Dave most learned throughout this entire ad laughs with you; cry and you cry good that I will have another one about that. I intend to enjoy my family and friends for a long time to Dave Collaton

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Page 7 II. That was crucial as, then as now, the difference between the Second World War and the Revolutionary event that year, but it was in Collier retired World War II veterans, so we needed our own commemoration, Myers Beach. It was very casual, however, and I felt the World War II vets deserved a formal affair, so and it remains that way through is about half the turnout. Several are Fort Myers Beach residents, The event always features to invite ones who bring a new related. Jeremy Gentile is a retired Sheriffs serving as the Honor Guard, and Fort Myers Beach Fire Control former Prisoner of War who fought in The Battle of The Bulge, and is with a fabulous story, and I am so amazing military career, with a long because so much is going on, until later when you watch the video. I on and burned and yet, here I still the meaning of each individual fold, audience. It was so emotional for EMOTIONAL TRIBUTE on a bugle, then another one joins in a second or two later, giving it and we save it for the very end; it eye when they are done. It follows that I love World War II veterans and their families. I stay in touch dinners, as we are losing World day, with the average age now is a fact of life, and this is a fact of life, but they will have to carry World War II veterans mean the word out to every single World War II veteran, so that they and their than when I hear from the family of a World War II vet that they just learned about us, and how their family member would love this, but they died last month or last year, can include every single World War II veteran remaining in Southwest `For information on the Keeping The Spirit of Alive Event Recognizes The Greatest Generation, Contd from pg.1 The Fort Myers Beach Fire District Color Guard will again present the Colors at the Spirit of event. Photo by Sarah List. Photo by Sarah List.

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Page 8 editor@fortmyersbeach.news The Board of Commission ers of the Fort Myers Beach Fire to discuss nearly a dozen different voted unanimously to join the Greater Fort Myers Beach Cham ber of Commerce. Board Chair Carol Morris led a discussion on how to cancel it must be a board decision, even a meeting where the commissioner would otherwise have an absence, that commissioners unable to at tend a meeting email the chair, who could cancel a meeting if the meet Manual at a future meeting. RENTAL REGISTRATION nance, the board discussed how to submit their suggested edits to Just because the owner lives there, lems were in our community. The rationale was that if an owner oc in having it be a safe structure. We ered under the ordinance that are Ted Schindler said that vision. The two main categories of He suggested the district focus increasing fees so those utilizing them. administrative aide to focus on the budget does not include funding for sioners to consider how the district get discussions. DRAFT BUDGET get that allows the district to contin for a new engine. Reserves total The board will set its TRIM In other business, the board agreed to order new commission er shirts, discussed changing the date of the Fire Chief annual eval toward the district. missioners meeting will be Tues Myers Beach. First Look at Fire BudgetBoard Wrestles with Funding Inspections

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Page 9 Your Hometown Newspaper for over 18 years Missy Layeld, Editor Editor@fortmyersbeach.news better than we deserve. George Bernard Shaw Mike Buster Circulation Manager c/o Info@fortmyersbeach.news Mark List, Production ManagerProduction@fortmyersbeach.news Sarah List, Photographerinfo@fortmyersbeach.news P. D. James Sandy Sandness, Advertisinginfo@fortmyersbeach.news virtue is not hereditary. Thomas PaineThe Island Sand PaperPHONES Oce: 239 4634461 FAX 855-886-3568 (toll-free) MAIL 450 Old San Carlos Blvd. Unit G-108 Ft. Myers Beach, Florida 33931 E-Mail Info@fortmyersbeach.news WEBSITE fortmyersbeach.news SUBMISSIONS POLICY Signed letters up to 300 words are welcome. All letters should be the original work of the author & include a phone number for verication. No pseudonyms. We reserve the right to edit for clarity, brevity, accuracy, good taste and to prevent libel. No attacks on private individuals or letter writing campaigns, please. Repetitive letters from the same individual on the same subject will not be printed. We will publish a maximum of two letters from the same individual every 30 days. Submissions over 300 words will be considered for Guest Opinion publication.DEADLINE FOR LETTER SUBMISSION IS NOON WEDNESDAY. e Island Sand Paper encourages all Islanders to submit original articles and photos. Publication is based on space and takes into account relevance and quality. e Sand Paper uses artistic license for humor and to amuse its readers. Nothing contained in this paper is intended to embarrass or oend anyone. COPYRIGHT 2000-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.No parts of this newspaper may be copied or reproduced without the written permission of e Island Sand Paper. Editorial Bob Layeld, Publisher Publisher@fortmyersbeach.news Gary Mooney Lead Writer info@fortmyersbeach.news Adrienne E. GusoffOFFICE HOURS Subject to change due to story assignments. CALL TO BE SURE! PUTTING OUT A DAMN PAPER that afternoon, including ours. evidence that the article was inaccurate. So he moved on to threatening the national stage. of the United States has, for years now, routinely described the media and is having an effect on news gathering around the world. used liberally by our President, is now used worldwide to silence journal to thugs around the world to silence media watchdogs who inform their that we got it wrong. But we rarely get requests to correct errors, because ate without community oversight, fundraisers have fewer attendees, local their government was doing. ty journalism. Journalism will survive the current war against the media. about in their community. Editor

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Page 10 Water Woes ContinueCyanobacteria Moves Downriver, Contd from pg.1It is not at the same intensity as tolerance in a greater volume of out into the system, and carrying releases to the Caloosahatchee are almost certain to resume them, Caloosahatchee watershed still third over the natural watershed conference call between the major for recommendations on how to releases, as obviously it is rising without discharges into the Rivers. Since the Southwest Florida Water Management District and water going south, I had one, but I NO DOWNSIDE Wessel stated that there total area is in fact larger than with all its algae there rather than contaminating our estuaries. We irrigation, while the rest of the suffers under an emergency order. will absorb it and the contaminants, and the algae may not even be want it, so there is absolutely no but the Water Management District Photo of cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) in a SE Cape Coral canal taken this week by Joe B.

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Page 11 relief, but they do because they land, where it would have a much less harmful effect, as we all have a during these calls, with any days, so I cannot say if they had ever made a correlation to the amount of available acres to the We got here today century reality. When you ignore an the estuaries, where the freshwater move between the layers, meaning anything alive on the river bottom to the beach; not to see sugar cane. but everything has its time and these acres for agriculture, then in wet conditions, switch to rice, Wessel said, Sanibel Causeway tolls are down, as is the down, it affects everyone, so do ITS ALWAYS BEEN THAT WAY In reviewing water quality John Cassani stated the more he is around our water crisis, the less sure he is that this is an environmental issue, but rather a Wessel agreed, saying, We have said that all along, in slightly different will, whether that is in building infrastructure or allocating resources or and every one of decision, so you can never Wessel felt the best leading states in lawsuits. When recourse is to go to court and have a judge tell them they need to do and these courses of action become legal, everything remains your collective heads in the oven Water Woes ContinueCyanobacteria Moves Downriver, Contd from previous page Another SW Cape Coral canal view. Photo by Jennifer P. Map showing cyanobacteria sightings in Cape Coral canals this week.

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Page 12 beginning. While this is ongoing, the Town of Fort Myers Beach Historic Structure Designation, so we can obtain the necessary Code in harmony on the site, without accordance with current hurricane reconstruction requirements. Matt as he is a consultant for Joe and the Historic Society that he would restore the cottage to its original condition, Russ related, and we Boulevard, is one of the most iconic on Fort Myers Beach, but its moving it to a safe location during that surreal Sunday night move. Russ stated that, while its way through channels, Joe and down off the original cottage, and removed the windows, basically Joe intends to refurbish it to the and that is wonderful, as it will be FOCAL POINT Historic Society, along with Matt Noble when he was still with the and interior, to rehabilitate it of the restoration will be from donations from myself and other area businesses. This is a great Before the cottage can eventually relocate to its new home, there must be engineering the same level as the two current In addition to the relocated for the Friends of the Matanzas Historic Cottage UpdatePatience is a Virtue Contd from pg.1 Photo by Sandy Sandness

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Page 13 hut, to use as an orientation location for their nature and in these negotiations to acquire Russ related, but that is not in the cards right now. What I am learning throughout this entire COMPLICATED SITUATION The cottage will become the lease was square one, to determine who owned what, and what we had, and what we needed is all coming together, so we are the land technically belongs to under the general overview of on to the County Commissioners, time, because they were still the eventual site for the former Boca Grande, but when that fell and former Fort Myers Beach forward, to include both the additional structures could not be on the Matanzas Pass Preserve require an entire new land use covenant, due to Conservation not discouraged. So many times throughout all this, I heard that this cannot be done, then OUR INITIAL BUILDING BOOM The wheels of government related, so we just have to be we are moving ahead. The ultimate lesson for me in all this is that, while government moves slow, if of a Fort Myers Beach cottage basic information on the cottage, to determine the architect, so the original bridge to the island of the new Margaritaville Resort The Mound House restored to that the GulfShore Restaurant, along the former Commodore Hotel and restoration will be done, and it can near Matanzas Pass Preserve, have been involved with this long has for sure been a long, tedious, this far, but when it does come through, I will be forever grateful together to deliver this wonderful Historic Cottage UpdatePatience is a Virtue Contd from pg.12 put in place for moving the cottage.

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Page 16 community announcements and COOL POOL FUNThe Fort Myers Beach Community hot summer days for a nominal with accessible lift, a shallow family (all Island residents are eligible for ART GALLERY the corner of Donora and Shell com.SWIM LESSONSSummer is swim lesson time. The Sunday lessons will be held July WILD COFFEE DUO CONCERT the end of World War I and the celebrate music from this milestone and selections from West Side SOCIAL SENIORS GAME DAY residents and visitors to join them includes Mahjongg, Dominoes or Cards. For more information call SUNSET CONCERTS enjoy the beach, restaurants, Myers Beach and The Beaches of KIWANIS SCHOLARSHIPS ISLAND HOPPER story behind every song at a variety and songwriters will be announced later this year.BURGLARY REWARD an undisclosed amount of cash, Gators sweatshirt during the theft. reward for those who call in an callers remain anonymous. HURRICANE RE-ENTRY PASSESFort Myers Beach residents and businesses may obtain a hurricane do not already have one of those, Hall or online at The Town of Fort website. Passes will not be mailed PROTECT OUR TURTLES around the corner. Beachfront A Publication of FortMyersBeach.news FREE rfnt

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Page 17 newly hatched turtles. Turtles are disoriented by lights shining on the beach. Shield your outdoor lights shining on the beach. Remove the building. Remove all beach litter. Fill in all holes you dig on the or death to endangered sea turtles. For more information on sea turtles visit TurtleTime.org.RECYCLE SMART Island residents to be sure they are bit.ly/FMBrecycleBEACH LIBRARY Curtis Sittenfeld MOUND HOUSEThe oldest standing structure on Fort Myers Beach with a historical museum inside and beautiful grounds outside including an FORT MYERS BEACH BONITA SPRINGS CAN YOU HELP ID THIS MAN? the water near Matanzas Pass. to identify the man. The white man height. He has brown or hazel eyes If anyone recognizes this individual or has any related information, anonymous. GOVERNMENT MEETINGS

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Page 18 SHOP LOCAL BUY LOCAL! SUPPORT OUR ISLAND BUSINESSES!Ostego Bay Summer Camps Loggerheads, Tiger Sharks & Sea Stars, Oh My!By Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news Cherie, who teaches at South Fort Myers High School, is for the Marine Science Center doing this for so long now that my volunteer assistant is my daughter, are basically grade school ages. meaning Middle School and we and July for ages Kindergarten FUN & EDUCATIONAL mangroves and bird nesting areas. Marine Science Center President Winners, the highest recognition afforded instructors at the Beach Fort Myers Beach Community Pool, Matanzas Pass Preserve and the science and beach activities at

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Page 19 rfnttb bb rffn SALES CENTER OPEN DAILYtbbbr f f PRIVATE LABEL LIVING DEVELOPED BY r fntbrbbbb bbbtbtt bbbtb bbbbt tt bbtb b b bnb bb bb bbbb bb n f Cherie. While there, we found tons of sand dollars; you name it Thursday, when they would go on a the boat at no charge; all we do is join us, then we venture to the Fort Myers Beach Community Pool, because what would a Summer then concludes with a slide show, when we cruise under the bridge IN THE NEWSPAPER There were ten children in theme having the crabs be all you will write about the fun we are monitors weather conditions to ensure the safety of the children; in inclement weather, they substitute indoor activities. Sunscreens and reminders, considering that the Florida sun for most of the day. Cherie and Jaime. For those of the long sleeves of your shirt. The faster you do this, the faster we go when we covered ourselves in Baby all day, as in this heat, water is crucial for their safety. It is my job safe, while teaching them valuable lessons and having a lot of fun, all wear daily, sunscreen, and on Friday, to celebrate the conclusion suit daily. They should bring from home a towel, change of clothes in water shoes, a lunch that does not on San Carlos Island, under the Matanzas Pass Bridge, near child, that includes all materials; unfortunately, there is no before or after care available. For more Ostego Bay Summer Camps, Contd from prev.pg. Jaime makes sure Summer Campers wear plenty of sunscreen. Marine Science Center Summer Campers enjoy their lunch out of the heat of the Summer sun.

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Page 20 Seafood Steaks Cocktails Lunch Dinner Beachside Sandwiches piersidegrill.com | Open Daily 11 a.m. 11 p.m. | Next to the Public Pier ON FORT MYERS BEACH WHAT THE HECK?!? tant, rural areas. They successfully hired a dozen men and decided the job. around them.

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Page 21 WHAT IS COMMUNITY COMICS Each week I draw a cartoon and put it up on my FB page (Mark List) on Saturday morning, and ask all my FB friends to contribute captions for the cartoon. I also ask that everyone vote for the ones they think are the funniest. The ones with the most Likes by Wednesday get printed in the funnies pages that week. We do it simply for the fun of it. Mama toad me not to come...Jeremiah was a bullfrogJon Barnard

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Page 23 www.FishTaleDining.com LOCALS NIGHTEVERY WEDNESDAY 6:00 pm 9:00 pmHalf Priced Drinks $6 Marina Bites Fish-Tale MarinaBehind Santini Marina Plaza7225 Estero Boulevard (239) 747-6500 of Moorhead, MN and Fort Myers Center in Fort Myers, Florida with her husband Robert, son John, and Pas tor Rusty at her side. Georgiann was born in the family home in Moorhead, MN on from Moorhead High School. Georgi ann was united in Marriage to Rob Since then, Bob has affectionately as a volunteer in the service of her community. Georgiann was actively can Party. Georgiann was an active member of three churches, Trinity Fort Myers Beach. Her faith was the cornerstone of her life. Georgiann and her beloved husband loved as much as Fort Myers Beach Georgiann. She loved hosting holiday everyone loved. She loved watching news and current events. Georgiann is survived by her husband Robert Stenerson; sister thirteen grandchildren; and eight and Kay Dahl, and numerous other lings and her grandson Michael Sten erson. Moorhead. theran Church, Moorhead, MN. tery, Moorhead, MN. Georgiann Stenerson19342018 10 Home Security Tips for Vacationers suits, beaches and summertime much needed time away, burglars easy target for thieves who recog nize the clues of an absentee home owner. Before you hit the road, sail encourages you to add this home is home. media. when you are leaving and when to erly secured. able jewelry, cash or anything that and stuff in their clothes. security cameras near vulnerable entrances to your home. There are alarm before leaving. safety and security tip, or to report a fraud or scam, contact the Lee

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Page 24 For all tides go to www.saltwatertides.com Tides Matanzas Pass Ft. Myers BeachDay High Tide Height Sunrise Moon Time % Moon /Low Time Feet Sunset Visible BEACH CLASSIFIEDSA Better Bugman LLCA Full Service Pest Control Company Residential & Commercial MOSQUITO + SPIDERS CONTROL PROGRAMS Call Today for FREE Estimate. Phone: 239-454-BUGS(2847) Fax: 239-415-BUGS(2847) PEST CONTROL Sell Your StuffFREE FOR SALE ad for any item valued at less than $100! BOGO FOR SALE ads for Items priced over $100 Buy one ad for $20, get the second ad free. Max 300 characters Max 3 free ads per household BOGO ads must run in same issue. Deadline Weds noon 239-463-4461 Info@fortmyersbeach.news SPEAK UP! monitoring stations between Moore FLORIDA SENATORS FOR LEE COUNTY: Lizbeth Benacquisto Kathleen Passidomo, Denise Grimsley, FLORIDA HOUSE REPRESENTATIVES FOR LEE COUNTY: Ray Rodrigues Dane Eagle Heather Fitzenhagen, Matt Caldwell U.S. Senator Bill Nelson U.S. Senator Marco Rubio U.S. Representative Francis Rooney, ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (USACE) Col. Jason Kirk, District Commander Lt. Col. Jennifer Reynolds SOUTH FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT (SFWMD) Ernie Marks Federico Fernandez, Governing Rick Barber Jaime Weisinger FOR SALE FOR SALE Wet/Dry Vac White Amana Refrig / Freezer luggage

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Page 26 Doors open at 1:45 PM. Beach Theater Christmas in July Beach Library Launches New EventBy Gary Mooney gary@fortmyersbeach.news have such a divide, that we need to celebrate This is a way to come together, minus the stress of buying gifts and entertaining relatives music to set the mood. If you can donate at least eligible for the Grand Prize drawing, for things Christmas trees, made by your own creative we encourage everyone to sing along with the wears your Santa hat and Christmas sweaters. I will be easy to recognize, in my Santa and clear lights, to combine Christmas with SHARING THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT evening with lights and Christmas decorations, this always begin as the germ of an idea, that starts out small, then grows, and I can easily during the offseason when we actually have Sale and to decorate, with additional volunteers celebrate the best of Fort Myers Beach, during Hommerding, right when we all have the each other and our community. We would love Photo by Gary Mooney.

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Page 27 CLUB FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY BEACHED WHALE 1249 Estero Blvd 463-5505 MEG ROSE 6-9PM MEG ROSE 6-9PM TOMMY V6-9PM OBE GONZALEZ 6-9PM RICH LANCASTER 6-9PM CASTAWAYS Santini Marina Plaza 463-4644 WAYWARD SOULS 8-MIDNIGHT ELECTRIC LIPSTICK 8-MIDNIGHT ELECTRIC LIPSTICK 8-MIDNIGHT SHUCKERS / COTTAGE Gulfshore Grill 765-5440 ROGER YOUNG 4-7PM STEVE FARST TRIO 9PM-1AM CHRIS CASDIA 4-7PM 3 CROOKED STEPS 9-1AM RENEE HOSE 4-7PM TROUBLEMAKERS 9-1PM STEVE FARST 4-7 3 CROOKED STEPS 9PM-1AM SHEENA BROOK 4-7PM BAD BANDITOS 9PM-1AM CHARLIE MOON 4-7PM STEVE FARST BAND 9PM-1AM JOHN HOUSLEY 4-7PM THE NEW VINYLS 9PM-1AM DIXIE FISH CO. Fishermans Wharf 233-8837 MARK WESLEY 5:30PM-9:30PM SOME LITTLE FISH 5:30PM-9:30PM GIRL MEETS BOY 4PM TEQUILA TOM 5:30PM JEFF LYONS 5:30-8:30PM BOBBY BLAKEY 5:30PM DOC FORDS 708 Fishermans Whf. 765-9660 3 CROOKED STEPS 6:30-9:30 KAPO KINGS 6:30PM DEB & THE DYNAMICS 1-4PM GIRL MEETS BOY 6:30-9:30PM KAPO KINGS 6:30-9:30PM MATANZAS on the BAY 414 Crescent 463-3838 DANIEL D 5-9PM SCOTTY BRYAN 12-5PM MARY WINNER 5-9PM GREG WATTS 12-5PM SAILOR LARRY 5-9PM SCOTTY BRYAN 5-9PM SAILOR LARRY 5-9PM PETE BEARD 5-9PM MARY WINNER 5-9PM NAUTI PARROT 19001 San Carlos Blvd 314-5667 JENNY 1-5 CJ & FRIENDS 6-10PM BUBBA LOVE 1-5PM DVS DUO 5:30-9:30PM CLIVE LIVE 1-5PM MIKE ONEIL 5:30-9:30PM BUBBA LOVE 5-9 MUSIC MONDAYS 9-2AM PETER TAYLOR 1-5PM FAWNY FROST 5:30-9:30PM JEFF WHILBY 1-5PM PHIL OXFORD 5:30-9:30PM SCOTTY BRYAN 1-5PM LONZA BARLETT 5:30-9:30PM NERVOUS NELLIES 1131 1st St 463-8077 KEVON 6-10PM KEVON 12-4pm SHAWN HUSTLE RUSSELL 6-10PM SMOKIN BILL 12-4PM HIGH TIDE 6-10PM JEFF JOHNSON 6-10 SMOKIN BILL 6-10PM MICHAEL ANTOINE 6-10PM RaSHIMBA BLOOM 6-10PM OUTRIGGER 6200 Estero Blvd 463-3131 ALAN SMALL 5-8 MEAGAN ROSE & SMOKIN BILL 2-5PM PRINCESS & SMALLTOWN 2-5PM MEAGAN ROSE 5-8PM ENDRE D 5-8PM TWO HANDS 5-8PM PARROT KEY Salty Sams Marina 463-3257 FRANK TORINO 7-10PM FRANK TORINO 7-10PM PETES TIME OUT Time Square 463-5900 DANNY SHEPARD 6-10PM AARON SEYFERTH 6-10PM JAMES GRAGG 6-10PM JAMES GRAGG 6-10PM PIERSIDE BY TOWN PIER 765-7800 SHERRIN 1-5 JEFF WHIDBY 6-10 FRANK THOMPSON 1-5 6-10 FRANK THOMPSON 1-5 BILL ZINK 7-10 ANTHONY WAYNE 1-5 GREG WATTS 6-10 BILL ZINK 1-5PM JEFFREY WHIDBY 6-10 BILL ZINK 1-5PM MARY WINNER 6-10PM BILL ZINK 1-5PM ANTHONY WAYNE 6-10PM SALTY CRAB 1154 Estero Blvd 233-8224 ANTHONY WAYNE 12-4 BERNIE HYLAND 4:30-8:30PM AWESOMESAUCE 1-5PM AARON SEYFFERTH 6-9PM JEFF GREENE 1-5PM SHARK BAR & GRILL 17979San Carlos Blvd 313-6012 KARRIBEAN GROOVES 6-9PM DAVID JOHNSON SHOW 6-9PM RASHIMBA BLOOM 3-6PM COLLABORATION BAND 7-10PM GAITLIN GROUP 6-9PM BRENDAS KARAOKE 7-10PM SOBs Old San Carlos Blvs 463-3474 ANTHONY WAYNE 6-10PM DAVE COLLA TON 6-10 LEE HAGAN 6-10PM WILL KAISER 6-10 ANTHONY WAYNE 6-10 FRANK THOMPSON 6-10 DAVE COLLATON 6-10 SUNSET BEACH FMB TIMES SQUARE 463-1028 BARRY LAWRENCE 8-12PM JENNY VE 2-5PM CLIVE LIVE 8-12PM BARRY LAWRENCE 1-5PM CLIVE LIVE 8PM CLIVE LIVE 8PM WENDELL RAY 7-10PM WHOS PLAYING WHERE ON AND AROUND THE BEACH Whos Playing Where Page is a free service for current Island Sand Paper Advertisers. ALL LISTINGS ARE SUPPLIED BY THE ADVERTISERS.

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