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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM SINCE 1966 • VOLUME 51, NO. 33 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 • $1.25 Islander News Here’s what you need to know as kids start heading back to island schools next week written by Kelly Josephsen kjosephsen@islandernews.com photo by Paul Zuccarini The Islander News (USPS #7287) Aug. 16, 2018 Volume 51, No. 33 Published weekly by American Hometown Publishing, 5801 Washington Ave. Ste. 201A, Mt. Pleasant, WI 53406. POSTMATER: Please send address changes to The Islander News, 104 Crandon Bouldevard, Suite 301, Key Biscayne, FL, 33149. ISLANDERNEWS.COM L ocal schools are getting ready to throw open their doors and wel-come kids back to class. It’s an exciting and hectic time of year, so here’s what you need to know about local school surjudpv/#wud?f#sdwwhuqv#and more. Address verication The 2018-19 school year marks the debut of a $32,000 enhanced address yhul=fdwlrq#surjudp/#funded by the Village, for the MAST Academy Cambridge program and Key Biscayne K-8 Center. The plan was sparked by demand and wait-lists at MAST, where an Interlocal Agreement provides 1,100 See SCHOOLS on page 17 Follow us online and get all the latest Back to School news. What you need to know as election season gets underway:Qualifying candidatesQualifying for Village Council started Monday. As of press time Tues-day, Jud Kurlancheek, Luis Lauredo, Ignacio Segurola and Tony Œ"8to run for Council seats. Mike Davey and Luis de /8this summer to run for Mayor.Qualifying deadlineCouncil qualifying ends at noon on Thursday, August 23. Candidate packages are available in ‹~\6^88 West McIntyre Street.Early votingEarly primary voting is underway. Weekday hours are 7 a.m.-3 p.m. and weekend hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. A full list of sites is at miamidade.gov/elections; the closest are Coral Gables Branch Library, 3443 Segovia Street; Historic Garage, 3250 South Miami Ave-nue (the former Science Museum property); and the lobby of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center, 111 Northwest 1st Street. seats in grades 6-12 for eligible local students. Dr. John Pace, Miami-Dade Public Schools Central Region Superin-tendent, said students must provide two proofs of current address by each January 15, plus proof of continuous residency throughout their enBACK-TO-SCHOOL 2018 ELECTION TRACKER Class acts rn r ckR#Œ#R5kŸfŸ#{R#Ÿj`“ rnn GALLERIES, INC $$ WE BUY $$ HIGHEST PRICES PAID 24 Hr. On Call 800-920-0067 BruceKodner.com Email Us at: info@brucekodner.com CALL BRUCE KODNER 305-949-4545 10KT. 14KT. 18KT. 22KT GOLD & ESTATE JEWELRY • ANTIQUES SCULPTURES • FINE ART • GOLD & SILVER COINS & CURRENCY IMMEDIATE PAYMENT Key Biscayne K-8 Center Principal Silvia Tarafa is among the administrators welcoming kids back to class in the weeks ahead.

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 2 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 All of the roughly 50 known vacation rentals on the Key now comply with state and local rules, an achievement that took high-tech software and old-fashioned detective work. Mila uses Host Compliance software to monitor vacation rentals on sites like Airbnb and VRBO. Over the past six months, kh#irfxvhg#rq#=qh0wxqlqj#wkh#vriwzduh#wr#slqsrlqw#vshfl=f#addresses. He said Host Compliance analysts interpret online listings using Google Maps and other tools to identify an address. #Ydfdwlrq#uhqwdov#grq!w#r
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 4 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 Planning for a major Key Biscayne Community Center expansion will be a big focal point for the Parks and Recreation Department next year. Parks and Rec Director Todd Kr
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 PAGE 5 to include acoustically-correct performing space for the Village’s growing Winter Concert Series, which looks to expand next year. Krhfwv#wkdw>#exw#dq#h#kljkhu#olqhv#include startup expenses for two new programs – lacrosse, at '53/333>#dqg#wudfn#dqg#=hog/#dw#'48/333##dqg#edvhedoo/#zklfk#kdv#d#gh=flw#iurp#odvw#|hdu#gxh#wr#equipment replacement related to items lost in Hurricane Irma. Kr
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 PAGE 7 The Village’s budget includes allocations for a variety of volun-teer-based groups that provide crucial local programs ranging from senior exercise classes to historic preservation to the ever-popular 4th of July Parade. The Village Council heard reports from some of those groups at their June 25 budget workshop.Active Seniors on the Key Active Seniors on the Key look to continue serving residents over age 55 with health, social, infor-mational and other programs. Ed Stone, founder, said the organi-zation started 10 years ago to help seniors have a high quality of life while aging on the Key. Stone requested the Council continue ASK’s funding, which is set at $34,000, noting it goes to-ward programs including exercise fodvvhv/#slfnohedoo/#sduwlhv/#=hog#trips, educational seminars and presentations, a book club, voting assistance, providing volunteer opportunities and more. ASK member Lois Greenberg highlighted one of the latter, noting former Council member Betty Sime Conroy started a senior volunteer program at the Key Biscayne K-8 Center. “We have a small group of very com-mitted people. It’s 100 percent volunteer,” she said. Greenberg said the only cost to the Village is a small fee for a thank you luncheon each year. Stone added ASK collects $21,000 in fees, noting, “We’re not just totally taking your mon-ey, but we are extremely happy with your support, and we hope you will continue us.”Historical and Heritage Society Ann Taintor spoke on behalf of the Key Biscayne Historical and Heritage Society to ask the Council to help the organization =qg#d#shupdqhqw#orfdwlrq#iru#doo#of the artifacts it has collected. “One of the things I love when I travel is to see every little histor-ical building in a town that talks about how it was formed and how it got there. We don’t have that, and it’s very sad,” she said. “We have a colorful history, and yet we have no permanent place. I don’t understand how you can plan for the future if you don’t know how you got here and what happened in between.”Rotary Club of Key Biscayne Meanwhile, Robert Brookes thanked the Council for its support and asked for continued funding for events like Spring Fest and the 4th of July Picnic. He said Rotary plans to expand Spring Fest: “It’s going to become more focused on children and the new demographics on Key Biscayne.” Rotarians hope to give the hyhqw#dq#lqwhuqdwlrqdo#>dyru#wr#showcase the work the service club does around the world and bring in newcomers who may not participate in community events. Brookes said Rotary will continue striving to produce quality hyhqwv#wkdw#ehqh=w#lwv#fkdulwdeoh#causes. “Everybody in the Village has been incredibly supportive of the club, and we feel a tremen-dous responsibility when we’re asked to take something on. Hopefully we’ll continue to please the public and bring the commu-nity together,” he said. 4th of July Parade CommitteeParade Committee Chair Rafael Momene asked the Council for its continued support of the event and thanked them for their fund-ing so far: “It’s very important to us,” he said. The parade committee has a $30,000 allocation from the Council, and also raises money through a spring BBQ, T-shirt sales and donations. K EY B ISCAYNE R EAL E STATE S PECIALIST Key Biscayne Luxury Properties E XCEPTIONAL S ERVICE ... E XCEPTIONAL R ESULTS W ITH A LL Y OUR R EAL E STATE N EEDS L INDA C HEHAB PA REALTOR C ALL : 305.205.8943 328 Crandon Blvd., #105, Key Biscayne, FL 33149 Linda@MiamiCondosHomes.com English, Spanish, French Spoken www.MiamiCondosHomes.com An International Associate of Savills H APPY I NDEPENDENCE D AY W ISHING Y OU A R ELAXING A ND S AFE S UMMER Volunteers help provide everything from senior programs to family events with Village support written by Kelly Josephsen kjosephsen@islandernews.com The annual 4th of July Parade is one of the volunteer-driving activities that is partially supported by Vil-lage funding. Photo by CHANTAL LAWRIE At a glance: What groups does the Village fund?Active Seniors on the Key: provide exercise classes, social events, educa-tional programming for residents age 55 and overKey Biscayne Historical and Heritage Society: Oversees collections, programming and more to preserve the island’s pastRotary Club of Key Biscayne: Spearheads the annual Spring Fest and 4th of July Picnic4th of July Parade Committee: Produces the annual 4th of July Parade

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 8 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 An incident on June 29 closed the Rickenbacker Causeway to vehicular traf=f#lqerxqg#iru#prvw#ri#wkh#gd|/#dqg#rxwerxqg#iru#wkh#hduo|#pruqlqj#krxuv1#Krxuo|#zrunhuv#orvw#srvvleoh#lqfrph#ri#d#zkroh#gd|1#Hphujhqf|#vhuylfhv#+HPWv,#were reluctant to leave the island not nqrzlqj#zkhq#wkh|#zloo#eh#deoh#wr#uhwxuq#wr#krph#edvh1# Lw#zdv#d#zdnhxs#fdoo#iru#ph1#Lw#vkrxog# kdyh#ehhq#iru#exvlqhvvhv/#uhvlghqwv/#workers and users of the wonderful sxeolf#idflolwlhv#wkdw#Nh|#Elvfd|qh#rlfwlqj#dqg#frpshwlwlyh#lqwhuhvwv#dw#wlphv1 Wkh#vwdwh#kdv#wkh#xowlpdwh#dxwkrulw|/# uhvsrqvlelolw|#dqg#jryhuqdqfh#ri#wkh#fdxvhzd|1#Wkh#Frxqw|/#zklfk#rzqv#dqg#rshudwhv#lw/#vkrxog#pdqdjh#lw#lq#dq#htxlwdeoh#pdqqhu#iru#doo#lwv#flwl}hqv1#Wkh#Yloodjh#pxvw#gr#zkdw#lv#ehvw#iru#lwv#exvlqhvvhv#dqg#uhvlghqwv1#Wkh#Flw|#ri#Pldpl#kdv#ghprqvwudwhg#d#vhoi0vhuylqj#and inconsiderate attitude toward the xvh#ri#wkh#fdxvhzd|1#Lwv#odwhvw#dfwlrq#h{hpsol=hv#wkdw>#lwv#uhmhfwlrq#ri#d#vhwwoh phqw#djuhhphqw#r
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 PAGE 9 lead, no one else will make it a priority. Finally, timing can be a factor to obtain positive results. The political season for national, state and local elec-tions is underway; let us take advantage of it. Have candi-dates state their point of view relative to the governance of the causeway. Ultimately let us demand from the incumbents and those elected that this issue be included, as a priority, on their political agenda! continued from 8 ACCESS Florida State Facts 450 Number of dead or stranded sea turtles recovered this year in the four toxic algae 5,d9~€EHCtFCCdy~")5d 9 feet ",~)#^I\dy()DEdI^CCC)#)d Miami-Dade Facts Water resources q,mŒQ")€#d9"DIKdDmillion residents and is the oldest and largest of the ~8"#d€ Biscayne Aquifer 9#)dy#9##"d9"t))E)d Key Biscayne Facts Aug. 17, 1953 y)‹G)tG)tcayne water sewage treatment plant 6)dpresent the plant’s pipe is capable of DGF#5"))d Red Tide ttdytG"d9,DKGCd USE YOUR VOICE opinion Landscaping and trash can screening need more attention I recently visited with a fellow resident and she asked me when the Village will replace a swale tree lost due to Irma. She had been told to talk to me! The common procedure is for Village to purchase the swale tree, and Gorgeous Lawns charges for planting. The Village has nu-phurxv#wuhh#vxuyh|v#rq#=oh#exw#does not care for the trees! It is a miracle they have survived, and some specimens are gorgeous. We also are lacking the Village Landscape Code from DERM. We’ve been waiting for over two years so that we can by ordinance ohy|#khiw|#=qhv#wr#ghyhorshuv2homeowners that have destroyed these 20-year-old trees and get dzd|#e|#sd|lqj#'583#=qh#dqg#planting a tiny replacement. Through all these years I have tried to impress to the Council and Manager that planting with-out proper supervision and ac-countability is wasting taxpayers’ money. Apparently since the only shuvrq#wkdw#qrwlfhv2frpsodlqv#lv#me, it is low priority and wasteful spending continues. The service providers are aware and to them it is better business. Plants wilt and die and plants are purchased again and planted. Sad but true! On 401 Hampton, this is a public park, paid with tax dollars. The plan approved by Council was not followed. Plants have been moved and replanted several times, causing stress. Again, this high-er-maintenance area needs to be supervised and held accountable by regular professional care along with the Lake Park, Beach Park, oleudu|#dqg#exwwhu>|#fruulgru1#Wkh#Village lacks this level of care! All Village parks need a full-time ™ Honor the Past, Forge the FutureON NOVEMBER 6TH“Political Advertisement paid for and approved by Ignacio J. Segurola for Key Biscayne Village Council” Honor the Past, Forge the FutureON NOVEMBER 6THVote for Ignacio J. Segurola ELECT IGNACIO J. SEGUROLA FOR KEY BISCAYNE VILLAGE COUNCIL Learn about your candidates before you vote You can see my positions on Look for Ignacio J. Segurola• Key Biscayne Resident for Almost 20 years• Member, Key Biscayne Chamber of Commerce Advocacy Committee • Vice-Chair, Key Biscayne Underground Utility Task Force • Vice-President, Key Biscayne Condominium President’s Council& ™ Key Biscayne deserves Council members who can navigate not just today’s issues, but tomorrow’s challenges as well LETTERS TO THE EDITOR See LETTERS on page 12

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 PAGE 11 Did you know that August 31, 2018 is International Overdose Awareness Day and people have been observing this day all over the world for quite a while. Yeah, neither did I until last August. \rx#vhh/#wklv#zrxog#eh#wkh#=uvw# |hdu#L#mrlqhg#wkh#=jkw#djdlqvw#wkh#epidemic of addiction that has swept our country and the world. On September 26, 2016, our Kyle Cole Dodds lost his long battle against addiction. He called it the monster that lived in his head who would wake him with crav-ings from a sound sleep, and the relapse was in play. In 2015, 58,000 lost their lives; 2016, 64,000; and 2017, 67,000. We are going in the wrong direction as Americans. Kyle was born and grew up on this amazing Island Paradise we call home, Key Biscayne. He attended the Key Biscayne Elementary School for a time and went on to call Westminster Christian School home for 10 years after that. Kyle was a very funny and loving boy, but what stopped people in their tracks was his amazing athleticism. From bas-ketball, baseball, skateboarding, snowboarding, to his love, tackle football, he excelled. Wkh#=uvw#|hdu#ri#wkh#Nh|#Udwv# football program, with our be-loved Tony Goudie as his coach, Kyle was quarterback, running back, wide receiver, tackle – whatever was needed – and made the only touchdown for his weight class the whole season. He was so passionate about his sport that he would lay out his uniform the night before the game as if he could just jump right into it. So, when the football coaches at Westminster Christian saw Kyle’s vsludo#grzq#wkh#=hog#lq#7wk#judgh/#they had him slotted for quarter-back starting in 9th grade. The rest is history until at 15, playing a team much bigger in numbers and size but not heart, that team was told to take out #3 Kyle Dodds from the game, and they did. y older son, Logan Dodds, over-heard the conversation. After his 10th grade football season, Kyle underwent surgery to repair his shoulders and received an opioid, hydrocodone. What we did not know about Kyle was that he was carrying the genetics of addiction, a brain disorder that can easily become a full-blown mental illness known as addic-tion. It woke up the monster, from a legal prescription. Which brings me back to International Overdose Awareness Day. Our goal around the world is simple: to break the stigma that addiction is a moral choice. It is not, it is a brain disease that takes over the judgment center and pleasure centers of your brain and causes you to act against what a normal person would do, i.e. say no to drugs and alcohol. Will you join us at Marlins Park on August 31 as we stand in sol-lgdulw|#rq#wkh#=hog#iru#suh0jdph#with the pictures of our lost loved ones as we try to educate the masses about so many gone from their generation with no hope in sight of it stopping? For families not caught in this nightmare, lock up prescription medications in a safe and know the education of a child’s forming brain. For the adolescent brain receiving an addictive substance, their judgment center is nowhere qhdu#=qlvkhg#iruplqj#dqg#lv#wkh#last thing to form, so the pleasure parts of the brain seize on the euphoria of the medications and this overrides any kind of rational judgment. It is a horrible cycle to break once it has started. Educa tion tells the young person, this CAN happen to you, you have a choice before it happens and not many after. \rx#fdq#=qg#d#olqn#rq#p|# Facebook page, “Kyles Hope,” for tickets. What a great way to spend an very hot evening in Miami: in air conditioning at Marlins Park watching baseball. rrrnr rrr r rr  €rr rn ‚ƒ „…†… €rr …†‡ r  €rr ˆ‡ƒ rr  €rrrrr nn ‚ƒ „…†… €rr rn    €r r All information is from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. All rights to content, photographs and graphics reserved to Broker. Equal Housing Opportunity Broker.   r r€ „rr‚†ƒ nn‚ rr n  rr  rnr nrnn rrrnr n€ƒ rrnr rn„…  „rnr † r€…rr rn rrrnr Fight stigma, epidemic of drug abuse at Marlins Parkwritten by Cindy Dodds special to the Islander News If you goWhat: International Overdose Awareness Day Where: Marlins Park When: August 31 Tickets and details: “Kyle’s Hope” on Facebook Kyle Dodds grew up on the Key and excelled at sports, school and friendship. He passed away from an overdose in 2016 after a sports (8i("!8d Photos courtesy DODDS FAMILY

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 12 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 VOTE ABSENTEE, EARLY, OR AUGUST 28TH Former State & Federal Prosecutor Highest Peer Review Rating From Martindale Hubbell For The Last 15 years 22 Years of Experience Practicing LawEndorsed By Visit Us Online At Louisvmartinezforjudge.comPolitical Advertisement paid for and approved by Lo uis V. Martinez for Circuit Court Judge, Nonpartisa n, for Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Key Biscayne residents Gabriela Guzman and James Salas were at Miami City Hall July 12 to support First Tee Miami at a City Commission meeting. First Tee is an international youth golf organization that helps kids enhance their values and learn to make healthy choices. Photo courtesy GABRIELA GUZMAN Support for First Tee Landscape Maintenance Supervisor to be accountable for making sure proper regular maintenance is given not only for the grounds to look attractive at all times but also to protect the Village’s plant in-vestment. Plant enthusiasts should join as a group to share ideas on how to make our community a true paradise, hopefully encouraging other residents to plant the right plant in the right place. Also, I have been ranting and raving to the Village to do some-thing about the permanent visibil-ity of waste containers for years. Remember, trash pickup is three times per week, so most Village trashcans are left next to the road-way. Apparently, most residents =qg#lw#frqyhqlhqw#wr#ohdyh#wkhp#street-side, but I have always been told the Village Code is silent on this and an ordinance to ban them needs to be enacted. Visible trash bins are eyesores and detract value from our community. Please hide the trash containers!” I hope someone will call me and mrlq#p|#h
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PAGE 14 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 ISLANDER NEWS • #tasteofkeybiscayne Tradition Quality ~ Service “34 aos selling ceviche” Since 1984 in Lima, Peru and since 2013 in Key Biscayne, the Francesco family has been committed to serving authentic Peruvian cuisine in a elegant, yet casual atmosphere. BYOB Tuesday! Bring your own bottle. No corking fee. Casual attire welcome Private rooms available for large parties or celebrations Tue-ThurFri-SatSun 6-10pm6-10:30pm1-9pm THE TOWERS OF KEY BISCAYNE1111 Crandon Boulevard 305 361 8883 F ULL B AR Classic Italian Cuisine 180 Crandon Blvd | Key Biscayne, FL 33149 | (786) 773-3633 Mon-Thu 6pm to 10:30pm • Fri-Sat 6pm-11pm • Closed Sunday lascalakb.com Join us for an unforgettable night at Key Biscayne’s most authentic Italian eatery. SIMPLE | SEASONAL | ITALIAN # tasteoeybiscayne No donuts at the Donut Gallery, just great, classic old-fashioned diner fare If you want great food, made to order and served in a friendly, social environment, the Donut Gallery, 83 Harbor Drive, is the place for you. The Zambrano family has owned and operated the diner since 1972. They have what Nelson Zambrano says is the lowest-priced menu on the island, and their goal is to get you in and out quick after enjoying a quality meal. The Donut Gallery prides itself on being your kitch-en, says Ota Zambrano: “We cook in front of you. There is nothing fancy about the Donut Gallery, just consistent food served the same way since 1972. Come as you are!” They’re open 5:30 a.m.-3 p.m. seven days a week. You can reach them at 305-361-9985. Name: Nelson and Ota Zambrano, owners and operators Question: Where were you born? Answer: Nelson in White Plains, New York; and Ota on the big island of Hawaii. Q: Where do you live now? A: Key Biscayne, with daughter Kaleia, 15, who attends MAST. Q: How did you get your start? A: Smiling, Nelson states, “I grew into it! My dad, Benjamin, worked at the Westchester Coun-try Club and always talked about moving to Miami. He heard about this from a friend and immediately came down, saw it and bought it in 1972.” Q: Is there a secret to Donut Gallery’s success? A: Tradition. Donut Gallery has been here for 47 years. Regular customer Captain Jim O’Neill chimed in, saying he had been coming to the Donut Gallery for 45 years and saw Nelson grow up. Nelson contin-ued, “This is a friendly place; we take pride in knowing customers’ names, what they want. Most don’t have to order, we see them walk in and start preparing their meal. Ota and I met here! She was a customer and now helps me run the place.” Q: What’s your proudest moment? A: Without hesitation, Nelson says, “When my daughter was born!” He adds, “Not many places stay open this long with the same family ownership and loyal employees. For example, Lori has been with us 32 years working the counter and knows our customers by name.” Q: Any funny or embarrassing stories? A: At times, some of the regulars open the door and scream, “Not the usual,” if they want vrphwklqj#gl
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ISLANDER NEWS • #tasteofkeybiscayne THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 the Orioles held spring training in Miami, they would stay at the Ritz and Jim Palmer (Hall of Fame pitcher) came often. Ed Pope, past sports editor of the Miami News and Miami Herald resided in the Key and was a regular. Q: What do you love most about your career? A: For Ota, it’s the legacy and enjoyment customers get from interacting with them – it’s a very social place; a neighborhood place. Q: If you had to choose one Donut Gallery meal, what is it? A: Ted’s Special, an open-faced Hqjolvk#px?q/#edfrq/#kdp/#wrpdwr#dqg#fkhhvh#wrsshg#r<#with a fried egg. Nelson makes his with scrambled eggs, sau-sage, hash browns and onions. Rwd#hqmr|v#wkh##Jorul=hg#Whg!v#Special” – same ingredients but with French toast instead of the px?q1# Q: What is your favorite junk food? A: For Ota, ice cream, and Donut Gallery makes great chocolate and vanilla shakes. Nelson’s is Coca Cola. Q: Is there any food you absolutely don’t like? A: Ota likes pretty much everything; Nelson does not like spicy foods. Q: What do you do in your free time? A: Spending time with Kaleia, boating and outdoor activities. They enjoy traveling; New Zea-land is a favorite. Q: What’s your favorite part about living and working in Key Biscayne? A: Rwd#hqmr|v#wkh##>ls0>rs# weather,” and Nelson loves boating and riding his bike to the restaurant. Q: What would people be surprised to know about you? A: Laughing, Nelson says, “I’m almost 50! Being on the island for so long, everyone knows me, I am an open book.” Q: What’s your advice for someone just starting in your profession? A: Without hesitation, Ota laughs, “DON’T!” Nelson contin-ued, “It takes a lot of dedication, but it does have its pleasures.” continued from 14 DINER PAGE 15 Ota’s favorite… Ted’s Special with French toast. Submitted Simple food made right ev-ery time, the DG way! This is Nelson’s favorite, double patti burger “al caballo” (with a fried egg on top). JUSTO REY/Islander News The only donut at the Donut Gallery, a gift from a Customer back in 1972. Submitted The Donut Gallery team includes Nelson (New York), Ota (Hawaii), Kaleia (Key Biscayne), Lori (Brazil) and Miguel (Cuba). Captain Jim O’Neill has been a regular for 45 years: “Don’t change a thing,” he advises Nel-son.Photos by JUSTO REY/Is-lander News

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 16 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 Roughly four weeks ago a handicapped kitten was found at the entrance to the Key Biscayne Yacht Club, and now he’s melting hearts as local volunteers try to =qg#klp#d#krph1 Local residents and animal lovers Trish Flik and Jill Stephens have been fostering the kitten, zkr#wkh|#orylqjo|#fdoo##Wulss1$## Tripp’s left front lower leg is bent at a right angle, which they feel may have contributed to his abandonment – but more impor-tantly, they say, it has no impact on his ability to be a loving and sod|lqj#dgglwlrq#wr#wkh#idplo|1 Stephens remarked, “I have been caring for Tripp for over a week and am overwhelmed with his happy demeanor! Tripp runs, jumps, plays hide-and-seek, oryhv#klv#wr|v/#dqg#vr#pxfk#pruh1# “In addition to his playfulness, Tripp loves to be held and even vohhsv#rq#p|#ods1#Klv#sxuu#fdq#eh#khdug#dfurvv#wkh#urrp1#Wulss#dfwv#and plays like a normal kitten and seems completely unaware that kh#lv# gl
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 PAGE 17 uroophqw1#Sdfh#vdlg#wkh#hdjv#hphujh/#zlwk#d#ghglfdwhg#hpsor| hh#hqvxulqj#hqkdqfhg#yljlodqfh=##Wkdw!v#d#wuxh#sdudgljp#vkliw1$ He also stressed violation of uhvlghqf|#uhtxluhphqwv#zloo#uhvxow#lq#uhprydo=##Vwxghqwv#zloo#eh#uhpryhg#dqg#vhqw#wr#wkh#vfkrro#edvhg#rq#wkhlu#dgguhvv##|rx#zrxog#eh#uhpryhg#rq#qrw#ehlqj#d#Nh|#Elvfd|qh#uhvlghqw#dqg#wkhuhiruh#qrw#phhwlqj#wkh#uhtxluhphqwv1$ Ri#frxuvh/#wkh#elj#txhvwlrq#lv/# zloo#lw#zrunB#Orfdo#r?fldov#zloo#=qg#rxw#vrrq1#Wkh#Vfkrro#Erdug#lv#uhtxluhg#wr#jlyh#surjuhvv#uhsruwv#and data on results at the end of hdfk#qlqh0zhhn#txduwhu1Important dates at the K-8 Center, MAST Rq#Iulgd|/#Dxjxvw#4:#wkh#N0;# Fhqwhu#rh{#urrp1#Hyhu|rqh#lv#xujhg#wr#dyrlg#duhdv#eorfnhg#r<#zlwk#fdxwlrq#wdsh#ru#ihqflqj1 Doo#fodvvurrp#vsdfhv#uhpdlq# rshq#iru#vwxghqwv#wr#frph#edfn#rq#wkh#=uvw#gd|#Wxhvgd|/#Vhswhpehu#71#Hduo|#fduh#ehjlqv#dw#:=63#d1p1/#dqg#fodvvurrpv#rshq#ehwzhhq#;=48#dqg#;=731#Wkh#vfkrro#gd|#hqgv#dw#44=63#d1p1/#5#s1p1#ru#6#s1p1/#ghshqglqj#rq#djh>#dqg#diwhu0fduh#uxqv#wkurxjk#8#s1p1KBPS expands kindergarten program Wkhuh!v#dovr#jurzwk#dw#wkh#Nh|# Elvfd|qh#Suhve|whuldq#Vfkrro1#Nlqghujduwhq#lv#jrlqj#iurp#rqh#fodvv#wr#wzr/#dqg#lq#doo#judghv##wrggohu#wkurxjk#4vw##Gluhfwru#Dqqh#Urwkh#vdlg#d#vrolg#uhsxwd wlrq#rq#dqg#r<#wkh#Nh|#phdqv##uhjlvwudwlrq#lv#wkh#ehvw#lw!v#ehhq#lq#=yh#|hduv/#vr#zh!uh#yhu|#h{flw hg1$ Urwkh#vdlg#wkh#4vw0judgh#sur judp#vwduwhg#odvw#|hdu#lv#wkulylqj#wkdqnv#wr#h{fhoohqw#fxuulfxoxp#and teachers. Older students use Vxshu#Nlgv#Odqjxdjh#Duwv#dqg#Vlqjdsruh#Pdwk/#zkloh#6070|hdu0rogv#xvh#Kdqgzulwlqj#Zlwkrxw#Whduv#dqg#Nlg#Dufklphghv#Olwwoh#Exloghu/#ohduqlqj#yld#fuhdwlyh#sod|1# Nlqghujduwhqhuv#dqg#70|hdu0 rogv#dovr#wdnh#d#skrwrjudsk|# continued from 1 SCHOOLS PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following ordinance will be considered on Second Reading by the Village Council of the Village of Key Biscayne at a meeting to be held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chamber, located at 560 Crandon Boulevard, Key Biscayne, Florida:AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OFKEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 7, “BUSINESS REGULATIONS” OF THE VILLAGE CODE OF ORDINANCES TO INCLUDE SECTION 7-4, “PROHIBITION ON DISTRIBUTION, SALE, OR USE OF PLASTIC STRAWS”; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR INCLUSION IN THE CODE; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE.The proposed Ordinance may be inspected by the public at the Office of the Village Clerk. Interested parties may appear at the Public Hearing and be heard with respect to the proposed Ordinances. Any person wishing to address the Village Council on any item at this Public Hearing is asked to register with the Village Clerk prio r to that item being heard.In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, all persons who are disabled and who need special accommodations to participate in this pro ceeding because of that disability should contact the Office of the Village Clerk, 88 West McIntyre Street, Suite 220, Key Biscayne, Florida 33149, telephone number (305) 365-5506, not later than two business days prior to such proceeding.Should any person desire to appeal any decision of the Village Council with respect to any matter to be considered at this meeting, that person shall insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made including all testimony and evidence upon which any appeal may be based (F.S. 286.0105).Comments of any interested party relative to this matter may be submitted in writing and or presented in person at the public hearing. Jennifer Medina, CMCVillage Clerk VILLAGE OF KEY BISCAYNEOffice of the Village Clerk PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following ordinance will be considered on Second Reading by the Village Council of the Village of Key Biscayne at a meeting to be held on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Chamber, located at 560 Crandon Boulevard, Key Biscayne, Florida:AN ORDINANCE OF THE VILLAGE OFKEY BISCAYNE, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE XV “YOUTH ATHLETICS ADVISORY BOARD,” TO REDEFINE THE JURISDICTION OF THE ADVISORY BOARD; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING FOR CODIFICATION; PROVIDING FOR CONFLICTS; AND PROVIDING FOR AN EFFECTIVE DATE. The proposed Ordinance may be inspected by the public at the Office of the Village Clerk. Interested parties may appear at the Public Hearing and be heard with respect to the proposed Ordinances. Any person wishing to address the Village Council on any item at this Public Hearing is asked to register with the Village Clerk prior to that item being heard.In accordance with the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990, all persons who are disabled and who need special accommodations to participate in this proceeding because of that disability should contact the Office of the Village Clerk, 88 West McIntyre Street, Suite 220, Key Biscayne, Florida 33149, telephone number (305) 365-5506, not later than two business days prior to such proceeding.Should any person desire to appeal any decision of the Village Council with respect to any matter to be considered at this meeting, that person shall insure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made including all testimony and evidence upon which any appeal may be based (F.S. 286.0105).Comments of any interested party relative to this matter may be submitted in writing and or presented in person at the public hearing. Jennifer Medina, CMCVillage Clerk VILLAGE OF KEY BISCAYNEOffice of the Village Clerk See SCHOOLS on page 18 St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea Montessori School is undergoing a ma-jor expansion to serve its students and teachers. Photo courtesy ST. CHRISTOPHER’S

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 18 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 8 tips, tricks for successful school year Summer is almost over and it’s that exciting time of the year again: Back to School. An oppor-tunity to start from scratch and have a wonderful school year. Make sure to start fresh with a clean slate by following these tips and tricks and make 2018-2019 school year a memorable one. Pixie Back 2 School Tips: Keep vs. Toss: It’s time to declutter! Organize your child’s closet. It’s the per-fect time to toss anything they don’t use anymore and start wearing those things you had forgotten you even had. Do the same with school supplies, notebooks and bags. Then you will be ready to make that back to school shopping list. Anything they don’t need make sure to give away – two great places to donate in Miami are Chapman Partner-ship and Miami Bridge. These organizations prepare school supplies for homeless children and youth at risk. Give Back: Check out opportunities to have your child give back in some way this year, at their school, local community center, or look for an organization online. There are so many ways to give back, whether it’s donating to a food drive or volunteering at an after-school program. Teacher Gift: Start of the year with a little gift for your teacher. This will make her feel special right from the get go. It can be something as simple as a box of sharpies or a note written by your child. Teachers love things they can use in class. Post Schedule: Discuss this school year’s schedule with your child and place it in a visible area in the house. Include homework time, extracurriculars and free time (including screen time). Discuss with your child what activities they would like to be included in the schedule this year. Homework Planner: Decide how to handle homework time. Pick a time in the day when it will occur (right after school or before dinner time?) and try to always stay consistent. Set up a homework station where your fklog#fdq#=qg#doo#wkh#qhhghg#supplies to complete their home-work. 6. Dream Big! Work with your kiddo on setting goals for this new school year. Write them down in a visible place where you can track and record the progress of achieving such goals. When you expect your children to be committed, stay on top of their school assignments, and balance schoolwork with extracurricular activities, they will rise to the occasion. Rest Up & Wind Down: Watch a funny movie on Sunday afternoon before that Monday, just to wind down. Before bedtime read an inspiring story about back to school with your child. A great book is First Day Jitters by Julie Danneberg. Get a good night sleep and have everything prepared the day before. Communication: Talk to your child. Point out the positive aspects of starting school. Talk about their feelings of excite-phqw/#=uvw#gd|#mlwwhuv/#dq{lhw|#ru#frustrations. It is important to encourage your child to be honest and address any negative feelings they may have about starting a new school year. Make your kid-dos days at school count! Take a great photo before heading out to vfkrro#rq#wkh#=uvw#gd|#dqg#dozd|v#remind them to be themselves. Encourage them to work hard and be kind, amazing things are waiting to happen to them this school year. To learn more about back to school tips and other educational resources, visit @pixiedreams.inc on Instagram or www.pix-ie-dreams.com, where you will be inspired to learn and share the love for education! written by Cornina Bethencourt and Isabela MoralesFounders of Pixie Dreams Inc. Key Biscayne residents Corina Bethencourt and Isabela Morales of Pixie Dreams Inc. Photo by PIXIE DREAMS INC 1 23 45 67 8 class focused on observation and composition: “It really helps the children pay attention to what they’re looking at,” Rothe said. Classes are taught in English, but the school has teachers who speak Spanish and Portuguese to help students transition. The KBPS continues its focus on nature, creating interesting outdoor spaces and participating in the Key Challenge and Fairchild Challenge environmental pro-grams. Wkh#=uvw#gd|#iru#wkh#NESV#lv# August 29. It opens at 8 a.m. for hduo|#fduh/#dqg#uhjxodu#gurs0r<#is at 8:30 Pick-up time is 2 p.m. for toddlers through 4-year-olds and 2:30 for kindergarten and 1st grade. On Wednesday, there is early dismissal at 12:45 p.m. for all students.St. Agnes Academy starts Monday St. Agnes, 122 Harbor, starts this Monday for grades K-8; and Monday, August 27 for Pre-K. There is a meet-and-greet for K-8 students tomorrow from 9-10 a.m., and Pre-K visitation day is Friday, August 24 from 9-11 a.m. St. Agnes, which operates under the Archdiocese of Miami, pro-vides quality Catholic education wr#derxw#833#vwxghqwv1#Lw#r
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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 PAGE 19 Lake Villa III PH 3 Bedroom, 3 bath unit with Panoramic views, through oor to Ceiling Windows, to the Lake, Fountains, Bay and Miami Skyline! Immaculate Interior features Marble oors throughout the Entertainment area and Hard wood oors in all the bedrooms. The Kitchen has an Induction cooktop, Quartz Countertops and a Stone Backsplash! The Contemporary Dcor includes custom lighting, a Stone wall in the living room and Soothing colors in every room! Unique Floor Plan provides a large covered Balcony and a separate, Huge Terrace! Two enclosed covered parking spaces!ONE BEDROOM Key Islander #312 ....................................................... 324,900 Bahama House #203 .................................................. 379,000 Commodore Club South #1103 ................................. 550,000 Key Colony I #820 ....................................................... 560,000 Commodore Club East #1002 .................................... 579,000 Commodore Club East #602 ...................................... 599,000 TWO BEDROOMS Ocean Village 4020 ................................................... 540,000 Key Colony Ill #241 ..................................................... 725,000 Key Colony II #927 ...................................................... 749,000 Resort Villa I #206 ....................................................... 895,000 Resort Villa II #507 ...................................................... 899,000 TWO BEDROOMS + DEN Key Colony II #405 ...................................................... 849,000 www.keycolonytwo405.com TWO BEDROOMS SLOPE Key Colony Ill 1102 ................................................... 1,299,000 THREE BEDROOMS Bahia Mar #9D ......................................................... 1,099,000 ResortVilla l #309 ...................................................... 1,195,000 Lake Villa III #PH4 ...................................................... 1,795,000 Club Tower II #404 .................................................... 2,100,000 Club Tower Ill #903 ................................................... 2,350,000 www.clubtowerthree903.com THREE BEDROOMS OCEANFRONT SLOPE Key Colony II #343 .................................................... 1,895,000 THREE BEDROOMS + DEN Club Tower I #706 ..................................................... 2,675,000 www.clubtowerone706.com Ocean Tower I #908 .................................................. 2,895,000 Club Tower Ill #1901 .................................................. 2,995,000 Club Tower II #1106 .................................................. 3,495,000 FOUR BEDROOMS + FAMILY ROOM Club Tower II UPH4 .................................................... 5,650,000 www.clubtower2UPH4.com CABANAS Cabana 508 ...............................................................220,000 Cabana 112 ...............................................................450,000 HOUSES 360 Harbor Lane 3/1 ................................................ 1,495,000 390 Gulf Road 4/4 + Maids Quarters ....................... 2,995,000 HOBBY ROOMS Hobby Room #7 ........................................................... 95,000(Hobby Rooms can ONLY be purchased by Club Tower Three Owners!)ANNUAL RENTALS Resort Villa I #306 2/2 .................................................... 4,300 Resort Villa I #406 ........................................................... 4,300 Key Colony I #442 2/2 .................................................... 4,400 Key Colony Ill #444 2/2 + Den ........................................ 5,300 Lake Villa I #507 3/3 ....................................................... 6,700 Club Tower I #702 2/2.5 .................................................. 7,200 Key Colony Ill #741 3/3 Slope ......................................... 8,400 Ocean Village #2017 3/2 ............................................... 3,850 SOLD CONTRACT SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD SOLD Another Day In Paradise Key Biscayne’s Oceanfront Specialists!CRISTIANGONZALEZ-BLACK(305) 775-3426, Cell(305) 361-3440, Ext. 331, Of ceE-mail: cblack@ r.comDOUG KINSLEY(305) 215-5900, Cel(305) 361-3440, Ext. 337, Of ceE-mail: doug@ r.comThe Square 260 Crandon Blvd., Suite 25 Key Biscayne, FL 33149 www.DougAndAJ.com

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 20 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 calendar THURS /AUG. 16 ENGLISH CONVERSATION CIRCLELooking to practice your English or improve your English-speaking abilities? Join the Key Biscayne Branch Library’s weekly conversa-tion group from 10:30-11:30 a.m. LUNCH WITH AN AUTHORJoin the Key Biscayne Community #5author as they discuss their latest works and sign copies of their books. This month’s speaker is David Rolland, who presents his novel The End of the Century This event is generously sponsored by the Village of Key Biscayne. Please register in advance at the front desk to secure a spot.MOVIES AT THE VILLAGEThe free Thursday movie, Finding Your Feet will be shown at 1:30 p.m. in the Adult Lounge of the Key Biscayne Community Center. TOWERS BRIDGEThursday night bridge at The Towers of Key Biscayne begins at 7 p.m. For reservations, call Judy Reinach at 305-361-9562.AA WOMAN’S MEETINGThis closed AA Woman’s meeting is at 8 p.m. at the Key Biscayne Community Church.RISING MOON ZEN MEDITATIONSit in silence and quiet your mind. The group meets from 7:45-9 p.m. at the Miami Meditation Center, 260 Crandon Boulevard, suite 6. The suggested donation is $10. Instruction is provided for beginners. For more information, contact Bill at 786-218-6332 or email bill@kbzen.org. FRI /AUG. 17 ROTARY CLUBThe Rotary Club of Key Biscayne meets at 7:30 a.m. at the Key Biscayne Yacht Club. Breakfast is $17, payable at the door.TALKING IS TEACHINGEnjoy stories, songs and activities for babies from 11-11:40 a.m. at the Key Biscayne Branch Library. OPEN AA SPEAKER’S MEETINGOpen AA Speaker’s Meeting is at 8:30 p.m. at St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Church. SAT /AUG. 18 FARMER’S MARKETThe Key Biscayne Community Church Farmer’s Market is from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.CHABAD SATURDAY SERVICESJoin the Chabad, 101 Harbor Drive, to celebrate good times and pray with your fellow residents during tough times. Share family yarzheits and loved ones’ stories. There is a 9 a.m. Rabbi’s Learning Class, 10 a.m. services and 11:45 a.m. Kiddish. The Chabad promises a friendly atmosphere, delicious kiddish and a whiskey bar. No membership is needed, and all are welcome. ARTS & CRAFTSGet creative and join the Key Biscayne Branch Library for some fun arts and crafts from 11-11:40 a.m.AA OPEN DISCUSSIONAA holds an Open Discussion at 8 p.m. at Key Biscayne Presbyterian.Church, 160 Harbor Drive. SUN /AUG. 19 TAI CHI/QI GONGFree Tai Chi/Qi Gong is held from K]FCtL]FCdd9of the Key Biscayne Community Center.OPEN AA BEGINNER’S MEETINGAn Open AA Beginner’s Meeting is in Room 120 of Village Hall at 7 p.m. MON /AUG. 20 TALKING IS TEACHINGEnjoy stories, songs and activities for toddlers from 11-11:30 p.m. at the Key Biscayne Branch Library.CLOSED AA STEP MEETINGThis Closed AA Step Meeting is at St. Christopher’s By-the-Sea Episcopal Church at 8 p.m.AL-ANON IN SPANISHThere will be an Al-Anon meeting held in Spanish every Monday at 8 p.m. at Albertson Hall in St. Agnes Church. TUES /AUG. 21 SHINE AT KBCCMedicare advice is now available to Key Biscayne residents thanks to the Alliance for Aging’s SHINE d€"")"Seniors on the Key volunteers trained by the program will provide free, unbiased and con-8€ seling to empower residents to €dThe session is from 10 a.m.-noon at the Key Biscayne Community Center. Call 305-671-6356 for an appointment.RISING MOON ZEN MEDITATIONSit in silence and quiet your mind. The session meets from 7:45-9 p.m. at Miami Meditation Center, 260 Crandon Boulevard, suite 6. The suggested donation is $10 and instruction is provided for beginners. For more information, contact Bill at 786-218-6332 or bill@kbzen.org.CLOSED AA MEN’S MEETINGThis Closed AA Men’s Meeting is at 8 p.m. in Room 120 of Village Hall.AL-ANON MEETINGThe Al-Anon Lois Kitchen meets at the Key Biscayne Community Church at 8 p.m. WED /AUG. 22 THE CRAFTY NEEDLE SEWING .m\i€Join this group of busy bees as )€85dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. These blankets help focus attenWhat do you do with your perfect day on the Key? Cor-rina Bethencourt and Isabela Morales created Pixie Dreams to help other islanders navi-gate the joys and challenges of ^8enjoy life in paradise with their families. THINGS I LOVE TO DO Corina Bethencourt and Isabela Morales What is their perfect day? “Living in the Key is an in-credible blessing,” they say. “Waking up with that feeling that you’re at the beach is priceless, but it’s also great to know you’re part of an amaz-ing community. As mothers of toddlers, we enjoy local spaces because they are child-friend-ly, but, at the same time, you 8young couples. We are so hap-py with the variety of things to do in the Key.” PERFECT DAY START THE DAY PASSING TIME A perfect day starts with a run with their daughters, visit to Starbucks and trip to the Village Green with their kids. “In the summer their favorite thing to do is play in the water fountains! With these hot summer days, we go to the pool and beach.”On Fridays, they take their daughters to the library story time – “They really love it!” – and on Saturdays visit the Farmers Market. “We buy fresh fruits and veggies; it’s fun to have our kids pick out their favorites. Since it’s so hot we always buy a freshly squeezed lemonade and stop by the Venezuelan stand for cachapas and cheese! If we are up for brunch we sometimes go to Doggies and have our favorite arepas. Long walks and bike rides at Bill Baggs are another favorite, followed by a meal at Boater’s Grill. “When our sweet tooth kicks in, there’s always Piononos and their small des-serts for that little craving. And loving burgers like we do, we’re really enjoying The Golden Hog’s burgers and wraps with a great juice.”“When it comes to the night-life we have a few favorites,” Bethencourt and Morales said. “Sometimes we go to the Ritz and listen to live music while having a mojito. When we want to dine out, Costa Med is our go-to place.” END OF DAY tion, stimulate senses and memo-ry, and exercise hand muscles. No #(d€ygroup meets at 12:30 p.m. in the Adult Lounge of the Key Biscayne )d€WEIGHT WATCHERSThe Key Biscayne Weight Watchers weekly meeting is at noon at the University of Miami Rosenstiel School, 4600 Rickenbacker Causeway, room 103. For more information, contact Sally Brody at 305-926-8548.MEDITATION GROUPThe Into the Silence meditation group meets at 6:30 p.m. Join others in your community for a relaxing evening of meditation 9G))Branch Library. For information, call 305-361-6134.CLOSED AA BIG BOOK MEETINGThis Closed AA Big Book Meeting is at the Key Biscayne Community Church at 8 p.m. THURS /AUG. 23 ENGLISH CONVERSATION CIRCLELooking to practice your English or improve your English-speaking abilities? Join the Key Biscayne Branch Library’s weekly conversa-tion group from 10:30-11:30 a.m. BINGO Join friends and neighbors for Bin-go and lunch at the Key Biscayne Community Center at 11:30 a.m.MOVIES AT THE VILLAGEThe free Thursday movie, The Miracle Season will be shown at 1:30 p.m. in the Adult Lounge of the Key Biscayne Community Center. SUMMER ICE CREAM SOCIALRetreat from the summer heat and ))"9 vor and a mountain of scrumptious toppings following the weekly movie matinee. The event begins at 3:30 p.m. at the Key Biscayne Community Center.TOWERS BRIDGEThursday night bridge at The Towers of Key Biscayne begins at 7 p.m. For reservations, call Judy Reinach at 305-361-9562.AA WOMAN’S MEETINGThis closed AA Woman’s meeting is at 8 p.m. at the Key Biscayne Community Church.RISING MOON ZEN MEDITATIONSit in silence and quiet your mind. The session meets from 7:45-9 p.m. at Miami Meditation Center, 260 Crandon Boulevard, suite 6. The suggested donation is $10 and instruction is provided for beginners. For more information, contact Bill at 786-218-6332 or bill@kbze.n.org. WANT YOUR EVENT FEATURED HERE? Please submit calendar information to fernanda@islandernews.com by Friday at 5 p.m.

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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 PAGE 21 Alyeska Semsch Alyeska Semsch Broker-Owner 786.326.7655 alyeska@semschrealty.com www.semschrealty.com 200 CRANDON BLVD. #360, KEY BISCAYNE, FL 33149 5(/$;7+(0,1'5(1(:7+(%2'< 3$03(5<2856(/)'$,/< ‡ )$&,$/ ‡ 0$66$*( ‡ :$; ‡ .(5$7,175($70(17&5$1'21%/9' ‡ 68,7( ‡ .(<%,6&$<1()/ ‡ 2)) 0(17,217+,6$' 72*(77+(',6&2817 Private client insurance advisory rm seeks full-time Receptionist / Administrative Assistant for Key Biscayne oce. English/Spanish proficiency required. Must be detail oriented, professional presence, well organized and able to multi-task and learn. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook. Potential for growth within firm. Ideal work opportunity for KB resident seeking to work without having to leave the island. Email resume to: careers@pvginsurance.com classieds Boating € Key Biscayne Yacht Sales, for new & used boats. Eric Labrador 786-285-4498. Eddie Mendoza JKItLGEtJLEDd€€€ Fictitious name Did you know you can publish your Fictitious Name advertisement in The Islander News for only $75. In accordance with Section 865.09, Florida Statutes, The Islander News will publish your Fictitious Name advertisement for one week and then provide you with the nec-)6"d,Sadvertisement must be paid for in advance. For information, contact Fernanda Oliva at 305-361-3333, extension 11, or email fernanda@islandernews.com.Moving Sale! Furniture, clothes, jewelry, etc. Call 305-361-9404 or 305-588-0480. 663 Woodcrest Rd. KB’s only luxury cage free dog hotel and dog daycare for small breeds. Your Good Dog. 305-710-0502. Real estate rentals Apartment for rent 2/2 Galen Dr.Fully Furnished $ 2,750.00 or unfurnished. Parking/pool. Block to the beach. 786 346 90972/1 on Sunrise. W/D, pets ok, 2 parking spaces. Walk to beach, shops, school. Available Sept.1st $2,500. 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ISLANDER NEWS • ISLANDERNEWS.COM PAGE 22 THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 2018 beachcombings The Rotary Club of Key Biscayne met at the Yacht Club to honor local res-idents Eric Labrador (above) and Steve Tellam as Paul Harris Fellows, one of the club’s highest honors. Photos by LEO QUINTANA/Islander News Rotary awards Paul Harris Fellows Mark Fried honors Steve Tellam, right. Rotarian Mark Fried. Mark Fried honors Eric Labrador. Guests at the event. Robert Brookes, Patty Urban and Guilherme de Maceno. Steve Tellam, Mark Fried and Eric Labrador. Lions Club Installation The Key Biscayne Lions Club held the in-stallation for their new president Allan Joseph at the Key Biscayne Yacht Club. Allan Joseph, Betty Barrera, Elbio Gimenez and Roberto Gentilini. Photos by MARITZA MINOR Todd Jonas and Roberto Gentilini. Rosie and Helmut Heinrich. Laureci Bertanhao and Albert Velaz. Gladys de Leon, Lucila Sidebottom, Ideth de Grood and Adelina Garces.

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