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Services expanding for neglected, battered children INSIDE OPINION A4PROFILES IN PARADISE A6NEWS OF THE WEIRD A13 CLUB NOTES A26-29 PETS A34 HOUSE HUNTING B11 OPEN HOUSE MAP B30 PUZZLES C10 FILM REVIEW C11 ANTIQUES C20 SAVE THE DATE C28 CUISINE C35 PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID FORT MYERS, FL PERMIT NO. 715 Vol. VI, No. 14 FREE WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 Download our FREE App todayAvailable on the iTunes and Android App Store. Who are your folks?Lecture and free classes in genealogy offered. A15 Citrus crisisGreening disease imperils the industry. B1 COURTESY PHOTO The serenity garden at Youth Haven.It was just a homework club (at first), because thats all I could imagine happening. Rev. Stephanie CampbellGrace Place helps families realize the promise of a better life VANDY MAJOR / FLORIDA WEEKLYKids in kindergarten through second grade continue learning at Grace Place after school. BY ATHENA PONUSHISaponushis@ SEE SERVICES, A32 SEE GOLDEN, A8 Naples has a reputation: beautiful beaches, bountiful money. But east of Interstate 75 lies Golden Gate City, where the working poor live the women who clean the houses, the men who cut the grass. Numbers from the 2013 U.S. Census give insights into what life looks like in Golden Gate City: 20 percent of the population lives in poverty; only 8 percent of adults have earned a bachelors degree; only 64 percent of students graduate high school. But this is not just a story of need. It is also a story of promise. Rev. Stephanie Campbell saw this unseen community and stepped in. She founded Grace Place for Children & Families, a faith-based neighborhood center focused on helping the people of Golden Gate City rise above poverty by giving them the infinite gift of teaching them to read. We need to think about our community as a whole community, Rev. Campbell says. What happens in pieces of it impacts the other pieces, so all the children are our children. BY DON MANLEYFlorida Weekly CorrespondentYouth Haven, Collier Countys sole emergency shelter for abandoned and abused children and young adults, has broadened its scope to more thoroughly treat the causes and effects of child abuse. On a 25-acre campus in East Naples, Youth Haven has provided refuge for neglected and battered youths for 42 years. The nonprofit also works to heal the psychological wounds inflicted by these situations through a comprehensive slate of therapy programs for young children, teens and families. Its all about using its facilities and partnerships with other community organizations to create a continuum of care to mend young lives and help them avoid the judicial system, and to also strengthen at-risk families, Executive Director Jinx Liggett explains. Weve expanded our programs and The rule LUXE LIVINGNAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYTHE NAPLES LUXURY HOME REDEFINED JANUARY 2014 Designer Q&AMary Beth Binkley-Gill 6 Eclectic style is alive and well in Old NaplesPage 10 In StoresTime to sit by the fire. 8 TIM GIBBONS / FLORIDA WEEKLY Design SocietySeen at design-savvy to-dos around town. 13, 17 Were off... to see the Wizard at the Mann Hall. C1

PAGE 2 FLORIDA WEEKLYA2 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 COMMENTARYBon voyageIve decided to name the little upright piano that dominates one wall of our living room The George Sebastian Lopez Memorial Keyboard. Mr. Lopez, an internationally celebrated concert pianist, is the most charismatic and technically brilliant player Ive ever seen up close. Ive witnessed a few of the famous names, too: the American Leonard Bernstein, for example, a fine pianist and composer who was widely known as the conductor of the New York Philharmonic. Or the great Russian player Vladimir Horowitz. But I saw none of them from five feet away. In the case of Mr. Lopez, he flew into the Sunshine State in November with his 12-year-old son, Kiko, to perform with the Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra under the direction of guest conductor Chelsea Tipton. Such musicians are gypsies both by necessity and temperament, because they work where they can, and because they are often generous. Music must be shared, like light or air. It reveals. It nourishes. It cannot be hoarded or kept close. Perhaps not many are as generous in their playing as Mr. Lopez, however. We were asked to keep Kiko for the day while he rehearsed. Although they were strangers until that moment, my youngest son and his formed a friendship. They rambled through woods, climbed trees, built a fire and rode our disciplined little mare. It was our first time with the child of a famous pianist, and Kikos first time in the saddle. He displayed a natural talent on horseback that novices rarely have. As it turns out, the young Lopez is also a fine basketball player, a soccer player, a cellist, and multi-lingual, to boot. I was going to teach him to shoot moving targets, backwards and over his left shoulder at 400 yards in a strong wind with a Webley-Vickers 50.80, just to round out his education and maybe squeeze in a quick lesson on the 10-hole blues harp but we ran out of time. Because just then his father arrived to retrieve him before the evening performance. Arrived is probably too weak a word. Mr. Lopez descended, more or less, out of the soft afternoon in a glimmering, obsidianblack American muscle car, a Dodge Charger, I think. The windows were tinted so darkly that not even the bright afternoon sun could penetrate enough to hint at the occupant. The hubcaps were polished so brightly that if you looked at them too long, youd go blind. The thing will run at 160 miles per hour, apparently, which approaches the speed of light. This is not the chariot one thinks of first when imagining the lifestyles of concert pianists who have yet to be turned into constellations, cast into the heavens and immortalized, like Greek gods and heroes. On the other hand, what do we think of when we consider classical musicians? Or even when we wonder about people who regularly listen to classical music? Are they stodgy old farts? First cousins to geeks? Loners and malcontents? Too complex for everyday life? A tad inhibited? In need of therapy? Too tired to dance? Maybe. But the music, like the people who make up its worlds, should never be stereotyped. Mr. Lopez greeted us with a warmth that suggested no fickle sensibility about living, nor any judgment about lifestyle. He came into the house like hed been born way out in the country, spotting our old piano right off the bat. A Steinway, perhaps? A Baldwin? A Bosendorfer? Naw. A Wurlitzer, of all things. Hadnt been tuned in a year, either. Hauled in here in the back of an open pick-up by men and boys who had rarely if ever touched a piano, but who had pulled plenty of triggers. Without hesitating, Mr. Lopez walked commandingly to the box, stood over the aging keyboard, and began to play. All of us quickly gathered on the edges of the room to watch, including my 86-year-old mother, who cant even see. He wasnt playing Beethoven or Bach or Mozart or Chopin or even Edvard Grieg, whose riotous Piano Concerto in A Minor, written in 1868, would fill the concert hall and its full house of 21st-century ears that night in a dashing and vivid flight to freedom off the fingertips of Mr. Lopez. Nosirreebob. He was playing ragtime, a music born in the bars of whorehouses in St. Louis and New Orleans more than a century ago Scott Joplins Maple Leaf Rag, in particular. Slow at first, then faster and faster, Mr. Lopez raced across the keys while the old cypress and pine bones of the house began to glow and hum like a tuning fork, and the live oaks gazing in, along with the dogs, cats, chickens, ducks and even the horses seemed to draw a single great breath and pause all of us suddenly motionless, together. Listening. Its that paradox about live classical music that fascinates me. For as long as you can listen with your mind and heart, time stops, no matter what the time signature of the music. And when it does, everything changes. Perhaps praying is much the same. And perhaps music is merely the most eloquent of all secular prayer. But for the world to grow motionless in a moment of classical music, a few men and women must be willing to start as children, then spend hours of every day for decades, practicing and playing. Mr. Lopez, born in Brooklyn and raised in Belize, took up piano at the relatively late age of 11. He is now in his mid-40s. That has been his life. When such musicians devote themselves so completely, classical music becomes a time machine. It ferries the listener not only across the decades or the centuries or the millennia, but right outside of time itself. If for no other reason but that extraordinary adventure, all of us owe it to ourselves and to our children to make such a trip at least once. Or twice. Bon voyage. s e r a f s 8 Dangers of Foot/Ankle Deformities DR. LAM ** FACFAS, DABLES, DABPS DR. FAHIM DPM AACFAS DR. TIMM FACFAS, DABLES, DABPS DR. 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PAGE 4 FLORIDA WEEKLYA4 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 PublisherShelley Hobbsshobbs@floridaweekly.comEditorCindy Reporters & ColumnistsKaren Feldman Artis Henderson Jim McCracken Athena Ponushis Jeannette Showalter Nancy Stetson Maureen Sullivan-Hartung Evan Williams Roger WilliamsPhotographersPeggy Farren Tim Gibbons Bernadette La Paglia Marla Ottenstein Charlie McDonald Bob Raymond Stephen WrightCopy EditorCathy CottrillPresentation EditorEric Raddatz eraddatz@floridaweekly.comGraphic DesignersChris Andruskiewicz Hannah Arnone Wendy Devereaux Paul Heinrich Elliot Taylor Natalie Zellers Circulation ManagerCameo Hinman chinman@floridaweekly.comCirculationDavid Anderson Paul Neumann Greg TretwoldAccount ExecutivesNicole Ryan Cori Higgins Aron Hubers Mary Watts Sales and Marketing AssistantCarolyn AhoBusiness Office ManagerKelli CaricoPublished by Florida Media Group LLCPason Gaddis Jeffrey Cull Jim Dickerson Naples Florida Weekly 9051 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 202 Naples, Florida 34108 Phone 239.325.1960 Fax: 239.325.1964 Subscriptions:Copyright: The contents of the Florida Weekly are copyright 2013 by Florida Media Group, LLC. No portion may be reproduced without the express written consent of Florida Media Group, LLC.Call 239.325.1960 or visit us on the web at and click on subscribe today.One-year mailed subscriptions: $31.95 in-county$52.95 in-state $59.95 out-of-state The FBI, the NSA and a long-held secret revealedThis week, more news emerged about the theft of classified government documents, leaked to the press, that revealed a massive, top-secret surveillance program. No, not news of Edward Snowden and the National Security Agency, but of a group of anti-Vietnam war activists who perpetrated one of the most audacious thefts of government secrets in U.S. history, and who successfully evaded capture, remaining anonymous for more than 40 years. Among them: two professors, a day-care provider and a taxi driver. Passionately opposed to the U.S. war in Vietnam, this group of seven men and one woman was certain that the FBI, under the direction of J. Edgar Hoover, was spying on citizens and actively suppressing dissent. In order to prove their case, they broke into an FBI field office in the Philadelphia suburb of Media, Pa., on March 8, 1971, and stole all the files inside. What they found, and mailed to the press, exposed COINTELPRO, the FBIs counterintelligence program, a global, clandestine, unconstitutional practice of surveillance, infiltration and disruption of groups engaged in protest, dissent and social change. Their courageous act of nonviolent burglary shook the FBI, the CIA and other agencies to the core. They triggered congressional investigations, increased oversight and the passage of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. These activist burglars, most of whom have come forward this week, revealing their names for the first time, have not only a remarkable story to tell about the past, but a critical and informed perspective on Snowden, the NSA and government spying today. The citizens right to dissent is the last line of defense for freedom, John Raines told me. He was a professor of religion at Temple University when he, his wife, Bonnie, and the others who intended to break into the FBI office formed what they called the Citizens Commission to Investigate the FBI. Since John and Bonnie Raines had three children under the age of 10 at the time of the burglary, I asked how they decided to engage in an act that could have sent them both to prison for years. John replied, We routinely ask, as a society, mothers and fathers to take on as part of their work highly dangerous activities. We ask that of all policemen. We ask that of everybody that works for the fire department. We ask that of mothers and fathers who are sent overseas to defend our freedoms in the Army and Navy. We routinely ask of people to take on jobs that risk their families. He went on, As citizens, we stepped forward and did what we had to do because nobody in Washington would. Under the leadership of a physics professor from Haverford College, Bill Davidon, the group met and meticulously planned their action. John and Bonnie Raines hosted most of the meetings in their attic. Bonnie posed as a college student writing a paper on career opportunities for women in the FBI, and got an inside look at the Media field office. Keith Forsyth, the cabdriver, took a correspondence course in locksmithing and made his own lock-pick tools to avoid notice of authorities. They chose the night of March 8, 1971, because international attention was gripped by the world heavyweight boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. The bout, said Forsyth, would add to the distraction, not only of the police, but of just people in general. They broke into the office, stole all the files inside and took them to a farmhouse an hour outside of Philadelphia. They pored over the liberated documents, shocked at what they read. One memo detailed an FBI conference on the New Left, predicting that more FBI interrogations of activists would enhance the paranoia endemic in these circles and will further serve to get the point across there is an FBI agent behind every mailbox. That line struck a chord with one of the reporters who received the leaked documents, Betty Medsger of The Washington Post. President Richard Nixons attorney general, John Mitchell, tried to get the Post to suppress Medsgers stories. Two editors, from the beginning, realized it was a very important story and pushed it Ben Bradlee and Ben Bagdikian, she told me. The paper published, and history was made. At the time, Medsger did not know the identities of the activists. This week, she published a book, The Burglary: The Discovery of J. Edgar Hoovers Secret FBI, in which she names most of the burglars, with their assent. A documentary film has also been produced, soon to be released, titled 971. In response to the books revelations this week, naming the burglars, FBI spokesman Michael Kortan said, A number of events during that era, including the burglary, contributed to changes in how the FBI identified and addressed domestic security threats, leading to reform of the FBIs intelligence policies and practices, including the creation of investigative guidelines by the Department of Justice. If we were to apply Michael Kortans standards to Edward Snowdens revelations about the NSA, President Barack Obama would drop the charges against him and welcome him back to the U.S., with thanks. Lets hope Snowden doesnt have to wait 43 years. Denis Moynihan contributed research to this column. Amy Goodman is the host of Democracy Now!, a daily international TV/radio news hour airing on more than 1,000 stations in North America. She is the co-author of The Silenced Majority, a New York Times best-seller. OPINIONObama versus nunsIt takes some doing to get embroiled in a court fight with nuns who provide hospice care for the indigent. Amazingly, the Obama administration has managed it. Its legal battle with the Little Sisters of the Poor is the logical consequence of Obamacares conscience-trampling contraception mandate. The requirement went into effect Jan. 1, but Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor issued a New Years Eve injunction against enforcing it on the Little Sisters. They are Catholic nuns who follow the doctrinal teachings of the church and therefore oppose contraceptive and abortive drugs and sterilization, all of which Obamacare mandates that employers cover in their insurance plans. Given the ongoing delays, waivers and exemptions associated with the law, it would seem natural simply to let the Little Sisters go about their business of pouring out their hearts for the sick and dying. But this is a fight the administration wont walk away from. For it, it is a matter of principle. And the principle is that the state trumps the convictions of people with deep-held religious beliefs. When the contraception mandate first caused an uproar, the administration contrived a so-called accommodation for religiously oriented groups (actual churches have always been exempt). But whoever crafted it had a sick sense of humor. The very same document by which a group registers its moral objection to contraceptives and abortifacients also authorizes the insurer to cover them for the groups employees. What the accommodation gives with one hand, it takes away with the other. The Little Sisters refuse to sign such a document. They happen to be in an unusual situation because they get their insurance from another religiously affiliated organization opposed to contraceptives and abortifacients, so it may be that these drugs dont get covered no matter what. But the Little Sisters cant be sure of this the regulations are complicated and subject to change. Regardless, they dont want to sign. They want no part in authorizing coverage of contraceptive or abortive drugs. Enthusiasts for the mandate scoff. What the nuns are objecting to, they insist, is just a piece of paper. Just a piece of paper? So is a mortgage. So is a wedding certificate. So is a will. The Little Sisters deserve deference. Their religious sensibility is different than that of the mandarins of President Barack Obamas administrative state. In a dispute over what their conscience tells them to do or not to do, the Little Sisters are better positioned to know than anyone else.Besides, who is harmed if the Little Sisters dont provide contraception coverage? They are a voluntary organization. They arent imposing their views on anyone. Who, for that matter, is harmed if a secular organization run by people with moral objections to contraceptives and abortifacients refuses to cover them? Employees are still free to go out on their own and get contraceptives, which are widely available. If this sounds like an outlandish imposition, it is what people managed to do throughout American history all the way up to last week. Instead of respecting the moral views of the Little Sisters, the administration hopes to grind them under foot by force of law. For shame. Rich Lowry is editor of the National Review. R r h i f C S amyGOODMANSpecial to Florida Weekly w m t p c richLOWRYSpecial to Florida Weekly

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What if your limited means meant transportation to and from cancer treatment was unaffordable?Jackie Bearse, an advisory board member of the Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation, has survived cancer twice. In the process, she witnessed fellow patients struggling to receive treatment and to meet the daily needs of their families.Jackie was raised in Rhode Island, the middle child of seven, by a homemaker mom and entrepreneurial dad. She earned a bachelors degree and an MBA from the University of Rhode Island. About 30 years ago, she and her husband, Dick, purchased their first manufacturing company with 500 employees, which they grew to 1,500 employees. As vice president, Jackie managed many levels of the company and was able to directly impact its operations. She enjoyed the lessons of a well-thought-out plan of action.She never thought she would get breast cancer. As a very busy, healthy (or so she thought) woman, she didnt have time at age 44 to deal with demands of cancer treatment; however, The disease didnt wait for me to deal with it, she says. I had to take action right away. With help from her doctors, a wellthought-out plan was executed for treatment, which included removal of a portion of the breast and 26 lymph nodes followed by 35 radiation treatments.For seven weeks, every day, I sat in the waiting room and heard startling stories from patients who didnt own a car and had no money for a taxi, so had to beg neighbors to take them for treatment, she recalls. One patient could consume only liquids through a stomach tube but couldnt afford to buy the liquid food.I left my treatment regimen confident I was fine, but not so sure of the others and not because of the disease, but because they didnt have access or ability to access what they needed to regain their health. Once back on her feet, Jackie organized a Walk for Cancer event and collected money from various business connections. But I didnt do much beyond that, she allows. I was young and thought Id done what I could do. I resumed my life, she says.Ten years later, now living in Naples, she received a second cancer diagnosis, this time in a lung. (She had been a halfpack-a-day smoker but had given it up 20 years earlier.) Throughout treatment this time gruesome surgery followed by months of recovery, 70 more radiation treatments, on the same side as her breast cancer had been, and chemotherapy she had a repeat experience in waiting rooms and treatment rooms. I was astounded to hear the same nightmare stories of need from cancer patients hadnt changed, she says.While doctors and other health-care professionals are doing their part to heal cancer patients, everyday citizens of every community can do their part to help patients going through treatment, she believes. Florida Cancer Specialists has established a foundation for cancer patients so they can fight their disease without having to worry about making their mortgage and utility payments or finding a ride to and from treatment and doctor appointment. As a grateful patient, and a grateful survivor, I got my message loud and clear that I have to help lighten the burden of the less fortunate, any way that I can, Jackie says. Toward that end, shes honored to serve a co-chair of the inaugural fun-raising event hosted by the Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation. It takes place Saturday evening, April 5, at The Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort. Its one of many charity events she has chaired, including the NCH Magnolia Ball and two events for the benefit of 21st Century C.A.R.E. Her good works have not gone unnoticed; Jackie was been named a 2012 Woman of Initiative by the Community Foundation of Collier County. Bob Harden is the producer and host of The Bob Harden Show, airing from 78 a. m. weekdays at www.bobharden@ For tickets or more information about the Florida Cancer Specialists Foundation fun-raiser, call 432-8325 or visit Jackie Bearse hopes to see you there. t m t f bobHARDEN e-mail: PROFILES IN PARADISEApplying a plan of action to cancer Talking points with Jackie BearseSomething thats been on your mind: I worry that people will give up when diagnosed with a serious disease because they feel they have nowhere to turn. Something your mother was always right about: She said give til it hurts, and when it hurts, give some more. Then its time to stop. Something that makes you laugh: Reruns of Everybody Loves Raymond, Cheers and All in the Family. Guilty pleasure: A scoop of coconut gelato and a scoop of dark chocolate with almonds gelato. It tastes like an Almond Joy. Skill or talent you wish you had: That I could draw something besides a stick gure. Last book you read: Wheat Belly by William Davis, M.D. What an eye-opener! Something youll never understand: Why red lights in Naples are so long. Pet peeve: People talking on cell phones while driving. Something people would be surprised to nd out about you: I won a fastest typing contest 120 words per minute two years in a row and went on to nationals both years. What the Paradise Coast really needs: Cant think of a thing. I love everything about our beautiful Naples!


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PAGE 8 FLORIDA WEEKLYA8 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 Rev. Campbell believes that when the people of Collier County think of those who need the most help, they immediately think of Immokalee. They have heard the plight of the migrant workers. They have seen the shacks. They know Immokalee. The poverty there is visible. They do not know Golden Gate City. Here, the poverty is hidden. Two or three families often live together in a single-family home, she says. You cant see that the same way as you can see a broken-down trailer in Immokalee. Rev. Campbell feels Golden Gate City has yet to become part of the big Naples conversation. Grace Place is looking to change that. Our mission is clear: Education through teaching literacy, language and life skills, she says. Studies show two-thirds of children who cannot read proficiently by the fourth grade will end up in jail or on welfare. Studies of Grace Place families show that 85 percent live at or below the national poverty line; 99 percent are non-English speaking households; 88 percent of the parents in the households have less than a high school education; and 35 percent of parents in the households have less than a fifth-grade education. Grace Place has established programs to counter those statistics. Bright Beginnings teaches parents to teach their children. After-school programs help students advance in core academic subjects. The AP Leadership program aims to break the cycle of poverty by motivating high school students to graduate, matching them with mentors and compelling them to seek higher education. The Adult English Language and Literacy program builds self-esteem and nurtures assimilation. There was a time when Rev. Campbell could not have fathomed so many ambitious programs, for Grace Place had the simple beginnings of a homework club. When Rev. Campbell was completing her graduate work and becoming ordained, she started exploring: Whats next in my life? Where can I be used? Whats the need I am going to fill? How am I going to use my education and ordination? She knew there was a Methodist church property available in Golden Gate City, right in the middle of the need. She rented space there and started a homework club. My vision was small at first, she says. It was just a homework club, because thats all I could imagine happening. Grace Place gained momentum, became an official 501(c)(3) nonprofit in 2004 and later bought the church property in 2010. But much work still remains for the neighborhood center. Citing the most recent census, Rev. Campbell says there are 10,000 youths under the age of 18 living in the four square miles of Golden Gate City. She wants to reach them. These adolescents are at risk of being high school dropouts or delinquents. They live in poverty. Their parents do not speak English. Their parents are not educated. This means that their parents cannot help them with their homework, but more so, there are no conversations going around the dinner table about careers and the world of possibilities. Rev. Campbell likes to focus on education, not the alternative. She loves to tell the story of Keith, a Haitian boy who had no confidence and was convinced he was a failure as a third grader. That child would not look up from the ground, she says, remembering his big, crocodile tears. Keith started going to Grace Place, where volunteers fed him books and grew his home library. He called Rev. Campbell at the end of the summer program, wanting to know when the afterschool program would start up again. He wanted to bring his friend. And oh, he added, the school tested him again, and he was moving up to fourth grade. From that moment on, I knew we could change the whole trajectory of a childs life, Rev. Campbell says. A gifted tuba player, Keith now attends college on scholarship. When he came home from school, Rev. Campbell was sure to tell him, We gave you a helping hand. You did the work. She also tells the story of Mike, a 17-month-old who was not walking or talking. His mom was distraught. On the bus, she shared her discontent with another woman. The woman told her she had to go to Grace Place. She got off the bus with her and walked the mom there. It turned out that Mikes family was one of those families living in one bedroom of someone elses house. Rev. Campbell says the boy did not leave that bedroom. He did not interact with other children or with the world. He stayed in that room that had no books or toys, nothing that would help him learn and thrive. Mikes mother signed up for Bright Beginnings at Grace Place. Now hes in kindergarten, running all around, talking up a storm. If no one had intervened, Rev. Campbell says, he would be your special-needs student, hed be your delinquent, hed be your dropout. Hed be one of those outcomes. Thats what the studies show. You can tell individual stories the Keiths, the Mikes but people think its just a story, an aberration, Rev. Campbell says. She wants the people of Naples to know these stories are real, just as real as the children who still need help. How it all beganTo reach the children, Rev. Campbell knew, Grace Place had to reach families before the children were of school age. To do that, she had to reach the mothers. Diane Ponton started the Bright Beginnings program and became a mom for the moms. She had taught elementary school for 12 years and had a masters degree in teaching English as a second language. When she read in her church bulletin what Rev. Campbell was looking to do, she started at Grace Place as a volunteer. Eventually she was hired as the first employee and now serves as the director of family literacy. Coming here changed my life for the better, Mrs. Ponton says. I really believe that our well-being isnt just a physical thing but a spiritual thing. I feel like you have to be doing something good to really appreciate life Here, every day I feel like Im doing such great things and being surrounded by such great people, that it really puts my whole life in perspective. We can so get centered around me, me, me and what we dont have or all the negative. Come here and you realize, Wow, we are so blessed I just think that everybody in the world needs to come here and be a part of this, as a student or a volunteer. Mrs. Ponton has made it her mission to support the moms of Golden Gate City. A mother of two, she learned being a mom was the most important job she would ever have, but it was also the most difficult. She remembers sitting on the floor when her daughters were young, thinking, I can handle a room full of fourth graders, but I cant handle two little preschoolers? If being a mom was difficult for her, someone who spoke English and had an education and a good support network, she wondered, How do these moms who dont speak English, who dont have a lot of support and are not educated, how do they do it? They must need help. Through the Mom & Tot program, an extension of the Bright Beginnings program, funded in part by a Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy grant, she tries to teach Golden Gate City moms to be their childs first teacher. But oftentimes, Mrs. Ponton says, these moms feel like, Im not educated. How can I be a teacher? In 10 years, Grace Place has helped 600 mothers help 600 families. Moms learn the ABCs with their children. They learn colors with their children, and songs such as Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes. Mrs. Ponton remembers singing The Wheels on the Bus in one Mom & Tot circle. A Haitian mom was a little reluctant to sing to her twins in front of a full room. Mrs. Ponton knelt down and started singing to the twins. Their grandmother was there and, although she didnt speak any English, when she saw her grandbabies giggling, she started singing, too.GoldenFrom page 1 VANDY MAJOR / FLORIDA WEEKLY Maria Ochoa and her four children are among the 600 families Grace Place for Children & Families has served. In a former Methodist church, the center occupies 25 acres in Golden Gate City.


If we support the people that surround us, we are helping out neighborhoods, creating better communities, progressing in our states and advancing our nation internationally. From a winning essay by Rachelle Majuste, 16FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 NEWS A9 These are the greatest moments for Mrs. Ponton, the moments when she sees children dancing, moms beaming, everybody singing. When she sees moms learning English with their children, learning to read with their children, when she sees moms reading books to their children, she sees Grace Place working, she sees moms starting to believe they can be teachers.A brighter futureBesides their parent and child together time, know as PAC time around Grace Place, Mom & Tot moms also sit in on two-hour intensive English classes, four days a week. And they walk here, Mrs. Ponton says. To see them working this hard humbles me. Moms push strollers for two miles in the rain and cold, whatever the conditions might be, just to be here. Grace Place mom Maria Ochoa has four children. She remembers the day she told them, OK guys, Im going to read you a book. Her children were like, But Mom, you dont know English. She said, Let me try. By the end of the book, they were impressed. Mom, you do know English! Mrs. Ochoa has lived in Golden Gate City for 11 years. She and her husband, who works in lawn care, came here from Mexico. At first, she says, she sat at home, alone. But when a friend brought her to Grace Place, she found friends and a sense of family. And she learned to be a better mom. Mrs. Ochoa has been coming to Grace Place for seven years and jokes that shes one of the veterans. She has gone through the Bright Beginnings and Mom & Tot programs. Mothers who have received help are expected to volunteer, which in turn allows them to show their gratitude with dignity. Mrs. Ochoa volunteers. Shes also a mom mentor and an English student. She understands English but can be self-conscious speaking it, especially to a reporter with a recorder, so she speaks through a translator. Her favorite word to say in English is beautiful. When talking about Grace Place, she says you must emphasize the word family. Trying to explain what the center means to her, she keeps saying, todo, todo, the Spanish word for everything. Mrs. Ochoa says she grew up very, very poor in a poor part of Mexico, where she only obtained a primary education. Living in Golden Gate City has surpassed her expectations. Coming here, seeing all the resources, all the opportunities, its almost like a paradise, says the woman who walked here to talk to a reporter. She knows Golden Gate City moms might not be the ones to pick up the paper with her story, but other Naples mom will and might see some ways where they are all the same. Thinking of her childrens future, she takes a deep breath, looks up, her round cheeks like moons of gratitude, and says, I want them to go to university, go to college and have a career. I want the best for them. My husband and I always tell them its a privilege to be born and raised here. We are here for them, not figuratively, but literally. Her children are in the same room where shes speaking, flipping through books, puttering in the play kitchen, understanding the English and Spanish in the room. Mrs. Ochoa says she does not want her children to lose their Spanish, so when they read to her in English, she says, OK, I heard you. Now tell me in Spanish.A catalyst for kidsBarbara Evans, Grace Place development director, sees a parallel between Grace Place families and immigrant grandparents and great grandparents who came to America on a boat in search of opportunity. She says many immigrants tried to hide their culture to be more American. Grace Place children do not hide their culture, she says, but they are sometimes embarrassed by it. They dont see their bilingual skills as a benefit until they are filling out college applications. Once they realize the inherent gift in their native tongue, they experience a huge shift. Golden Gate High School has the lowest graduation rate in Collier County. If I were to set the vision for our school-age programs, it would be that in 10 years, Golden Gate High School would have the highest graduation rate with the highest percentage of students moving on to college or postsecondary education, Mrs. Evans says. Theres a lot to overcome in reaching that goal. Most of the students are and will be first-generation college students. Thats a huge obstacle to overcome. But she says Golden Gate High School teachers seek out Grace Place students because they are the kids who come to class prepared. They have their homework done. They know whats expected of them in the classroom. Sounds like the Grace Place mission coming full circle: Grace Place serves as a catalyst for the child. The child becomes a catalyst for the classroom. As a daughter of an Italian mother who did not speak English as a primary language, Mrs. Evans can relate to the children of Grace Place. She knows what its like to become discouraged with your homework because your primary parent cannot help you. She knows what its like to constantly translate for a parent. Why did I come to Grace Place? she asks, rhetorically. I relate to the mission. Describing Grace Place, Mrs. Evans chooses the words transformational space, playing to the dual meanings of the word as most of the furniture has wheels to move easily and rooms have temporary dividing walls to make classrooms larger or smaller for different purposes. She could argue the purpose of Grace Place as partly preventative, as it keeps kids off the streets and in school through educational programs and keeps people from going hungry through the Friday food pantry. She says Grace Place hit its milliondollar threshold last year, which in the Voices from Grace PlaceFrom that moment on, I knew we could change the trajectory of a childs life. Rev. Stephanie Campbell, founderWe can so get centered around me, me, me and what we dont have or all the negative. Come here and you realize, Wow, we are so blessed. Diane Ponton, director of family literacyIf I were to set the vision for our school-age programs, it would be that in 10 years, Golden Gate High School would have the highest graduation rate with the highest percentage of students moving on to college or postsecondary education. Theres a lot to overcome in reaching that goal. Barbara Evans, development directorHe just lands in this country and hes willing to ride a childs bike down the street with his briefcase I think it shows the desire of a lot of people who come here. Linda DiGorno, volunteer English teacher Scenes and faces from Grace Place. VANDY MAJOR / FLORIDA WEEKLYSEE GOLDEN, A10


minds of many put the organization on the map as a serious nonprofit. Giving a rundown of the history, she says, We started off as a church I should say, in a church, though theres truth in her slip of words, for the Grace Place campus feels like what a church should be: a place of no judgment, just love. It also feels like what a school should be: a place fixated not on grades, but on growth. Linda DiGiorno likes to teach and was looking for someplace where she could be useful, so she volunteers at Grace Place as an English teacher two days a week. The adults in her class range from new mothers to white-haired men. Their desire to learn and willingness to try is, Mrs. DiGiorno pauses for the right word, its inspiring, really, she says. It gets a little frustrating sometimes when you hear people look down on them as if theyre such a burden and they dont want to work and they dont want to learn. I keep saying, Oh, my gosh. You have to come and see. This spurs Mrs. DiGiorno to share the story of a young man from Columbia. He spoke no English at all. He came to Grace Place nicely dressed, carrying a briefcase. When class was over, we went outside. He rode in on a childs bike, Mrs. DiGiorno says. To see him on this little bike I mean, that touched me very much. To see the commitment there. He just lands in this country and hes willing to ride a childs bike down the street with his briefcase I think it shows the desire of a lot of people who come here, wanting to learn English, wanting a better life. Mrs. DiGiorno wants the community to know Grace Place covers a wide spectrum of needs, from preschoolers to moms, dads and grandparents. Your child can come as a baby and be here all the way through high school, she says. The stories of those children are amazing, the things theyve done, but thats not my part of the story. Thats Rachelle Majustes part of the story to tell.On her way upWhen Rachelle started going to the afterschool program at Grace Place, she was a young, struggling reader. Now a junior at Golden Gate High School, she recently won a Voice of Democracy award for an essay she wrote titled Why I am Optimistic about our Nations Future. An excerpt reads: If we support the people that surround us, we are helping out neighborhoods, creating better communities, progressing in our states and advancing our nation internationally. Further down, she writes: With the future comes a more diverse nation in thought, in spirit and in mind. A nation that is strong at the top of the pyramid and even stronger at the bottom. At the age of 16, Rachelle has a models beauty and a calm composure. She participates in the AP Leader program at Grace Place. She plans to go to college and study nursing. She is so articulate; its hard to imagine she ever struggled with words. I love books that have a lesson underneath, she says. Her favorite line from The Great Gatsby is when Daisy says, And I hope shell be a fool thats the best thing a girl can be in this world, a beautiful little fool. Sharing her interpretation of the line, Rachelle says, A woman might know what shes talking about, she might know whats really going on, but because of her standing, she will act like a beautiful fool I dont know if its true for everyone, but Ive seen it in myself You know whats going on, but you might act like a beautiful fool so you dont put others in danger, or your life in danger, or your money in danger. Rachelle likes books that show the flaws but have somewhat of a happy ending. Born and raised in Golden Gate City, she says she knows what goes on in the world, which is good, because when she goes out into the world on her own, she will feel comfortable, not lost. I know about this, she says of Golden Gate City poverty rates and dropout rates. Thats why Im going this way, alluding to the up and up. For more information about Grace Place for Children & Families in Golden Gate City, including how to donate or volunteer, call 234-2400 or visit Volunteer mentors are always needed. FLORIDA WEEKLYA10 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 High-school junior Rachelle Majuste and one of her charges celebrate an accomplishment.Forever friendships are formed at Grace Place.GoldenFrom page 9 Outdoor Accessories Life Jackets Trail Gear Rack & Security Fishing Gear Navigation Hiking Gear, Shoes and Accessories Camping Comfort Safety Clothing Naples Out tters 183 10th Street South www.naplesout tters 239-262-6149 RENTAL & TOURS


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FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 A13 THE TOP 10 REASONSTO SWITCH TO XFINITY.Offer ends 03/31/2014, and is limited to new residential customers. Not available in all areas. Offer requires enrollment in EcoBill paperless billing through Comcasts self-service online tool via within 30 days of service installation. Without EcoBill enrollment, or if EcoBill is cancelled during the promotional period, the monthly service charges automatically increase by $5. Limited to Starter XF Triple Play with Digital Starter TV, Performance Internet and XFINITY Voice Unlimited service. After 12 months, monthly service charge for Starter XF Triple Play goes to $119.99 (or $124.99 without EcoBill) for months 13. Additional outlet fee applies to multi-room viewing. After promotional periods, or if any service is cancelled or downgraded, regular charges apply. Comcasts current monthly charge for the Starter XF Triple Play ranges from $144.95$149.95, depending on area, for HD Technology is $9.95 and for X1 DVR Service is $10. TV and Internet service limited to a single outlet. Equipment, installation, taxes and fees, including Broadcast TV Fee (currently up to $1.50/mo.) and the Regulatory Recovery Fee and other applicable charges (e.g., per call or international) extra, such charges and fees subject to change during and after the promotion. May not be combined with other offers. TV: Basic service subscription required to receive other levels of service. XFINITY On Demand selections subject to charge indicated at time of purchase. Internet: Actual speeds vary and are not guaranteed. WiFi claim based on August 2012 study of comparable in-home wireless routers by Allion Test Labs, Inc. Voice: $29.95 activation fee applies. Service (including 911/emergency services) may not function after an extended power outage. Text messaging requires XFINITY Internet subscription. Call for restrictions and complete details, or visit Most Live Sports available with Digital Preferred TV and WatchESPN. Comcast. All rights reserved. 30-Day Money-Back Guarantee applies to one months recurring service charge and standard installation charges up to $500. WiFi hotspots included with Performance Internet or above. NPA134341-0003 Switch today. Call All backed by the 30-Day Money-Back Comcast Customer Guarantee.SM NO TERM CONTRACT REQUIRED X1 DVR SERVICE for $5 more per month for 12 monthsa month for 12 months99$GET STARTED WITH THE STARTER XF TRIPLE PLAYXFINITY delivers the fastest Internet and the best in entertainment. CenturyLink doesnt even come close. FEATURE XFINITYCENTURYLINK YES NO YES YES YES YES YES YES NO NO NO NO NO NOFastest available Internet speeds Over 500,000 WiFi hotspots included with your service Delivers reliably fast speeds even during peak hours The fastest in-home WiFi for all rooms, all devices, all the time The most TV shows and movies with XFINITY On Demand on TV and online The best HD experience The most live sportsYES NORecord up to 4 shows while watching anotherYES NOSmart Search: the ability to see whats on live TV, XFINITY On Demand and your DVR all in one place YES NOGuaranteed two-hour appointment windows NEWS OF THE WEIRDBY CHUCK SHEPHERDDISTRIBUTED BY UNIVERSAL PRESS SYNDICATEHigher educationA veteran University of Colorado administrator is on forced leave after her sideline made news in December. Resa CooperMorning, 54, cultural diversity coordinator in the ethnic studies department at CU Denver, also ran a phone-sex business for which she took calls ($1.49 a minute, phone sex that will rock every part of your body, according to her website) during hours she worked for the university. Said her daughter-in-law: Ive been in her office, and shes said, Oh, let me be right back, I have a phone call. She takes them very discreetly, shuts her door. A KCNCTV investigation found that the phone-sex hours listed on the website had recently been cut back, from :30 a.m. until late at night to weekdays after 3 p.m. Government in action Floridas second-most populous county, Broward, announced in December it was removing the agricultural tax break for 127 properties because it appeared their farming work was a sham. Browards property appraiser estimated the county had lost hundreds of millions of dollars over the years granting the bogus reductions as landowners were blatantly housing just a few cows (in some cases, merely renting them) to graze and calling that agricultural. The appraisers office, after auditing only a few of the exemptions, found, for example, that land occupied by a government-contract prison was agricultural (with a rent-a-cow arrangement). The Ontario College of Trades ministry, finally implementing a long-ago reclassification of about 300,000 professionals, announced in November that barbers would immediately face fines if they had not acquired new licenses demonstrating proficiency with perms and highlighting and other aspects of womens hairstyling. Even barbers who had cut mens hair for decades and with no desire to accept female customers would probably need a costly study program for the upgrade, which one barber estimated at 2,000 hours and $5,000 or more. Said one exasperated old-timer, Were barbers, not neurosurgeons. A September report from the National Bureau of Economic Research revealed that almost 9 percent of all federal government spending occurred during the last week of the governments fiscal year, as agencies scrambled to buy things they previously had not needed but suddenly did because the money would otherwise disappear. Further, the report found that contracts made during that perhaps-frenzied final week were from double to more than five times as likely to be poorly executed as contracts made earlier in the fiscal year. The Army Corps of Engineers said in December that it continuously strives to implement lessons learned from its work in the extremely challenging Afghan environment apparently its primary response to an inspector generals report that it wasted $5.4 million on trash incinerators for a forward operating base that were late, in disrepair, dysfunctional even if working properly, health hazards for troops, and ultimately abandoned on site, unused. The project was termed a complete waste, but the corps pointed out that money was actually saved by not repairing expensive equipment that would not have worked anyway. Members and staff at Quail Creek Country Club recently celebrated the reopening of the reno v ated Creek Course. Golfers teed off on the course, which was designed by Arthur Hills and built in 1981, for the first time since May. Improvements include a new irrigation system; Celebration grass for tees, fairways and roughs; TifEagle Bermuda grass for greens; new Angle sand for bunkers; and restoration of greens and bunkers. The clubs Quail Course will undergo similar changes beginning in the spring of 2014. Top: Front row, Kim Utera, Sonia Hernandez, Kolleen Colburn, Linda Landry and Lorijane Graham. Back row, Ted Monty, Terri VanRossem, Emily Hatcher and Jeremy Shields. Right: Robert Magrann and Ted Monty.

PAGE 14 FLORIDA WEEKLYA14 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 Patrick M. Flaharty, M.D. M.D co m m m m m Trust Your Face To Experience www azulbea Azul SEMINAR SERIES JANUARY 16TH AND 21STAlso hear the latest on the Small Incision Mini-Facelift Techniques Space is limited. Call to reserve your seat! Fort Myers Seminar Dates: Jan. 16th in Fort Myers at 6pm Jan. 21st in Bonita Springs at 6pm Recapture Your Youthful Beauty Photo excursions focus on capturing finest scenes from the FakahatcheeThe Friends of Fakahatchee and Naples photographer Dennis Goodman have teamed up to offer a new series of photo excursions into Fakahatchee Strand Preserve State Park. Each outing is limited to 12 participants and combines Mr. Goodmans extensive photographic knowledge with the expertise of Park Ranger Mike Owen. The programs are designed for seasoned photographers who want to improve their skills. Well be photographing the best this amazing preserve has to offer, Mr. Goodman says. Photo excursions take place the second Wednesday of each month through April. Heres the schedule: Feb. 12: Fakahatchee landscapes and swampscapes, 8-10 a.m. Mr. Owen will lead participants into restricted park areas to capture the landscapes. March 12: Wildflower and macrophotography, 8-10 a.m. Focus on capturing the Fakahatchees flowers, butterflies and insects. April 9: Catch the sunset, 6-8 p.m. How to translate the swamps spectacular sunsets into equally striking photographs. The fee for each excursion is $115. For reservations or more information, call Mr. Goodman at 825-4677 or go to Reservations are required. COURTESY PHOTOSDennis Goodman at work in the swamp and several of his photographs.Where theres smoke, theres sometimes a controlled burnWeather permitting, prescribed fires managed by Rookery Bay National Estaurine Research Reserve will commence each day Saturday through Wednesday, Jan. 18-22, around 9 a.m. in the following areas: along Collier Boulevard/SR 951, along Shell Island Road and in units west of Tower Road and Barefoot Williams Road south of Treviso Bay. Rookery Bay staff coordinates burn prescriptions with the Florida Forestry Service and work with partnering land managers and local fire departments to get the job done safely and efficiently. Residents of adjacent areas will see and possibly smell smoke from the fire, and fire activities may temporarily inconvenience motorists in affected areas. Fire personnel will contact visitors in the area to ensure their safety while traveling near activity areas and will carefully monitor the fire throughout the day until it extinguishes. The main purpose of the burns is to reduce fuel loads and manage wildlife habitat. Jeff Carter, Rookery Bay resource management coordinator, explains that a major portion of Collier County is comprised of plants that are dependent on fire to maintain species composition and diversity. These species are the same species that are prone to lightning strike wildfires, and the controlled reduction of those fuels helps to prevent catastrophic wildfire damage. Fire-dependent plants include the South Florida slash pine, gallberry, saw palmetto and scrub oaks. For more information, visit q uire d photographs


FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 NEWS A15 Clint is among one in nine of us who will experience some form of substance abuse. One in four in Collier County who suffer from a mental illness. When a family member, friend or coworker battles a mental health or substance abuse problem, we suffer with them. Thankfully, David Lawrence Center is here for our community. A not-for-prot organization founded and still governed by community leaders, the David Lawrence Center is the behavioral health component of our communitys healthcare network. A true local resource, it relies on donations, fees and grants to invest in the health, safety and wellbeing of our community. When you or someone you love needs help, call on the highly compassionate, committed and competent professionals of the David Lawrence Center to inspire you to move beyond the crisis towards life-changing wellness. Substance abuse is a community issue. Fortunately, theres a community solution. His Recovery is Our Concern.Clint was a happy kid with a loving family and dreams of being a reghter. But mixing with a bad crowd led him down a destructive path that escalated to a devastating addiction and a drug arrest that made his life unravel. Financial burden and the mental, physical and emotional pain of nearly losing their son tore his family apart. When he was admitted to the DLC Crossroads detox and residential treatment programs, he was a 28-year-old broken man with a bleak outlook on life, but he was committed to his recovery. With a new lease on life and a strong support system, Clint is happier than hes ever been and his family is overwhelmed with NAPLES 239-455-8500 IMMOKALEE 239-657-4434 FOR MENTAL WELLNESS Need help digging up your roots?The Genealogical Society of Collier County and the Collier County Public Library present Researching Surnames in German-language Regions of Europe, a free program by Roger Minert, Ph.D., from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31, at Headquarters Library on Orange Blossom Drive. Mr. Minert earned a bachelors degree in German at Brigham Young University, a masters in German literature and a doctorate in German language history and second language acquisition at Ohio State University. The author of more than 70 books and articles on German family history research and German pedagogy, he was a private contractor in family history for 12 years and has taught family history research, German family history research and German and Latin paleography. Beginning genealogy classes offered by the Genealogical Society of Collier County and the Collier County Public Library take place from 9:3011:30 a.m. Tuesdays, Feb. 4, 11 and 18, at Naples Regional Library, 650 Central Ave. Attendance is free. Instructor Marie Overman is a former teacher and librarian. In the first class, she will discuss how to organize materials and where to find birth, baptism, marriage, death, burial, cemetery, land and probate records. Session two will be about census records and city and farm directories. The final class will focus on immigration, naturalization and military records and will offer a preview of a program for organizing genealogy material. Beginners as well as those who have been involved in genealogy research are welcome. Registration is required and can be completed by visiting any Collier County library or calling the Naples Regional Library reference desk at 263-7768.For more information about the Genealogical Society of Collier County, visit




FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 A17 Health Plus Lecture SeriesHealth Plus lectures are free and open to the public. Seating is limited. Please call (239) 403-5169 to reserve your seat. Brain Attack: Treatment OptionsBrian Mason, M.D. Neuro-Interventional Radiology, Endovascular Neurosurgeon Eric Eskioglu, M.D., Vascular and Endovascular Neurosurgeon Presentation is provided by the featured physicians. IBERIABANK hosts this event and not responsible for lecture content.Wednesday, January 29, 2014 Welcome Reception 6:00 6:30 p.m. Presentation 6:30-7:30 p.m IBERIABANK 605 Bald Eagle Drive, Marco Island Brought to you by: Come see our family of Pekin Ducks at the Nike FountainVOTED THE BEST SHOPPING CENTER AND BEST SHOPPING DISTRICT IN SOUTHWEST FLORIDA s MIROMAR OUTLETSWhere else can you buy so much for so little?UPCOMING EVENTS HUNGER WALK NATIONAL ANTHEM AUDITIONS Compete to sing the National Spring Training game. CAR CRUISE-IN Copyright 2014, Miromar Development Corporation. Miromar Outlets is a registered service mark of Miromar Development Corporation. 01151614-26Health-care expert, Heritage Foundation president to address Speakers Assembly The Speakers Assembly of Southwest Florida welcomes Thomas Zenty III, president and CEO of University Hospitals Health Systems in Cleveland, as guest speaker on Saturday, Jan. 24, at Quail West Country Club. Mr. Zenty will discuss the Affordable Care Act and new developments in health care and health-care economics. Under his leadership, University Hospitals Health Systems has achieved a financial turn-around, improved bond ratings, expanded community benefit contributions and increased patient volume. He previously was executive vice president for clinical care services and COO at Cedars-Sinai Health System in Los Angeles. He is currently serving a three-year term as a member of the board of trustees of the American Hospital Association. He has also served on the boards of publicly traded and privately held corporations and has been acknowledged on numerous occasions for his community service contributions and professional accomplishments. Coming nextJames DeMint, president of The Heritage Foundation, will address the Speakers Assembly members and guests on Friday, Feb. 7, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort and Spa in Bonita Springs. He will discuss the foundations Index of Dependence on Government and its mission to reverse Americans growing reliance on taxpayerfunded programs, as well as the organizations collaborations on reforms to entitlements, health care, education and immigration. Originally from South Carolina, Mr. DeMint began his career in the field of politics and governmental marketing where he worked to build and lead a resurgent conservative caucus in the United States Senate. After 10 years, he started the DeMint Group, a marketing research and strategic planning business. He ran the company from 1983-1998, when he was elected to serve as a Republican to the first three terms in the Unites States House of Representatives. In 2004, he was elected the 55th United States senator from South Carolina. During his time in Senate, he advocated for The Heritage Foundations public policy mission. Both events featuring Mr. Zenty and Mr. DeMint begin with networking at 11 a.m., following by lunch and the program at 11:4 5 a.m. and a 30-minute question-and-answer session with the speaker. For tickets or more information about the Speakers Assembly of Southwest Florida, call 9487909 or visit www.SpeakersAssembly. com. Several additional programs are planned this season, and new members are always welcome. Zenty DeMint


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FLORIDA WEEKLYA22 WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 First glimpse at two antiques shows will benefit David Lawrence CenterAntiques aficionados and collectors can have a sneak peek at two upcoming shows by attending preview parties to benefit the David Lawrence Center & Foundation. Both shows will bring Antiques dealers from around the country to display and sell their wares, from Victorian Majolica and Staffordshire pottery to Black Forrest sculptures, Asian and European antiques, Americana collectibles, fine art, silver, oriental carpets, vintage poster art and antique and estate jewelry. Several exhibitors will be showing in Naples for the first time. First up is the Naples Antiques Show, with a preview reception from 6-9 p.m. Friday, Jan. 24, at the Hilton Naples. Admission is a suggested donation of $20. Hors doeuvres will be served, and there will be a cash bar. One guest will win a drawing for a Lalique vase. Preview tickets are also valid for unlimited entry to the show on Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 25-26. Hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days. Regular admission is $8. Preview tickets can be purchased at the door and are also available at the David Lawrence Center and at www. For more information call Allman Promotions at 877-2830 or visit the website. Next up is the 2014 Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, with a preview set for 5-9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 6, at the Naples Exhibition Center on GoodletteFrank Road near downtown. Admission is $75. Presented by the Palm Beach Show Group, the show with more than 75 exhibitors will remain up through Feb. 10. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Feb. 7-8, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and Monday, Feb. 9-10. A $20 ticket will gain admission all four days. For more information, call (561) 822-5440 or visit What is this Couple Smiling About?Dr. Bradley Piotrowski, D.D.S., M.S.D.Phone: 239-263-6003 Helping You Keep Your Smile For A LifetimePlease visit Receive a FREE SCREENING ($140 VALUE) & $500 OFF Dental Implants (D6010) of Dental Implants!Dr. Bradley Piotrowski, D.D.S., M.S.D. is a leading periodontist feeling teeth What are Dental Implants? Are Implants for You? Call now to make an appointment.


Lee Memorial Health System Lee Memorial Health System oers the largest orthopedic program in Southwest Florida and is one of the top 10 centers in the United States for total joint procedures Our All Star Total Joint Center uses a comprehensive treatment plan that prepares patients before surgery and helps their recovery after the procedure Lee Memorial Hospital and HealthPark Medical Center are recognized by Healthgrades as ranking in the top 5% in the nation for clinical excellence.Free Hip and Knee Replacement Seminar Presented by orthopedic surgeon, Edward Humbert, D.O.Join orthopedic surgeon Dr. Edward Humbert for a free seminar as he shares new information about surgical options for knee and hip replacement, including exciting new developments in minimally invasive surgery, joint resurfacing and new implant technology. Caring People, Caring for Free Hip and Knee Replacement Seminar Wednesday : Feb. 5 Time : 6 p.m. Location : Hilton Naples, 5111 Tamiami Trail N., Naples, FL 34103 RSVP : Call 239-454-8725 or go to RSVP@LeeMemorial.orgLee Memorial Hospital t e e atment p l an that pr epar e e s L L e e e e M M e e m m o o r r i i a a l l H H o o s s p p i i t t a a l l


FLORIDA WEEKLYA24 WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 Leann BurkholderFinancial 694 Goodlette Rd. N. Naples, FL 34102 Join us for our presentation Social Security: Your Questions Answered. Well discuss: income plan? When: Jan. 14, 2014 6:00-7:30 pm Where: Edward Jones Oce 694 Goodlette Rd. N. Dinner will be served.Call Sharyn at 239-263-2767 by Jan. 9th to reserve your seat for this event. Do You Have Social Security Questions? Youre InvitedCompany Background investments that emphasize a well-balanced portfolio and a Seeking to put Gods love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. GET OUT FOR A GOOD CAUSE Angels Undercover presents Sip & Putt from 4-6 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, at Grey Oaks Country Club. The afternoon will include golf contests, wine and hors doeuvres to benefit the nonprofit that provides essential underwear, socks and school uniforms to underprivileged children in Collier County elementary schools. For more information, visit The sixth annual WINK News Feeds Families Hunger Walk, a benefit for the Harry Chapin Food Bank, steps out at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, at Miromar Outlets. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. In the first five years of the event, $1 million has been raised. This years goal is $300,000. Each dollar donated to the Hunger Walk will provide $6 worth of food to people in need. The Harry Chapin Food Bank distributes food via its partner-agency network of pantries, soup kitchens and other emergency food programs. Walk co-chairs for 2014 are Sandy Robinson of Northern Trust and Dr. Brian Schwartz of 21st Century Oncology. WINK News anchor Lois Thome is the honorary chair. Presenting sponsors are Garden Street Iron & Metal and the Lee County Sheriffs Office. Sign up individually or with others as a team. For more information, call Marta Hodson at 334-7007, ext. 132, or email Online registration is also available at The fifth annual Baby Basics Walking Challenge steps out Saturday morning, Jan. 25, at North Collier Regional Park. Registration is open now at www. babybasicscollierorg. Participants of all ages can stroll from 1.5 miles to 6 miles in the park. Registration is $20 for one walker and a child and $10 for additional children. Sign-up begins at 8:30 a.m. and the walk sets out at 9:30 a.m. Brunch provided by Wynns Catering and McDonalds will be served afterward. Baby Basics provides free diapers and kindness to more than 345 infants and toddlers from low-income, working families in Collier County and Bonita Springs. For more information, visit the website above. The eighth annual Run for the Paws to benefit Humane Society Naples starts at 8 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25, at Naples Municipal Airport. The run/walk is a Gulf Coast Runners Club event. Registration is $25 through Jan. 24 and $30 on the day of the event ($10 for high school students and younger). Pets are welcome but must be leashed Serving Naples the finest products for over 70 years. Wynns Personalized CateringFrom small intimate dinners to large corporate receptions, you can count on Wynns Catering to give your event the personal attention to detail that will have everyone raving for months. Our talented chefs approach food preparation as a ne art, interpreting your special theme to create dishes that are both delicious to the palate and pleasing to the eye. Our experienced, courteous staff ensures everything will run smoothly with meticulous, unobtrusive service. But the very best part is that you are free to enjoy the occasion, spend time with your guests and leave the fuss and cleanup to us!For all your catering needs, call us today... 239.649.7272


FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 A25 You will love our great Social, Tennis and Golf Amenities! For additional information and a personal tour, please call: Laura Pelletier at Community Open House Event! January 19th from 1:00-4:00pm WRINKLE FREESpecial! EFRE E R R EFR R E EE E E E E E E E E E E E E EE E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E Britten Stine, ARNP Specializing in Cosmetic Injections WRINK L R E F R E EE E E E E E E E E E $100 OFF* Botox and Fillers with Britten *Expires January 31, 2014 Look & Feel Younger in just 30 minutes! GetFabulous2014!(non-retractable leash) and up-to-date with vaccinations. For more information, call Humane Society Naples at 643-1555 or visit The eighth annual Naples Bike Brunch to benefit the Naples Pathways Coalition sets out from Lowdermilk Park on Sunday, Jan. 26. Riders can choose to pedal courses of 10, 20, 40, 62 or 100 miles. Registration details are at www. NPC promotes a safe biking, walking and running infrastructure in Naples and Collier County. Volunteers are needed in numerous capacities to help ensure the success of the Naples Bike Brunch. For details, call Deborah Johnson of the Gulf Coast Runners Association at 298-6940 or email Media day for the ACE Group Classic at TwinEagles takes place Thursday, Jan. 30, as a benefit for the Take Stock in Children scholarship and mentoring program run by the Education FoundationChampions For Learning. Media day golfers will enjoy a lunch buffet before teeing off as well as dinner and an awards program afterward. 2013 ACE champion Bernhard Langer will be in attendance along with Take Stock in Children scholars. Registration for $1,000 per foursome includes hole sponsorship; individual golfers can sign up for $200. For more information, call 643-4755 or visit www. ChampionsForLearning/MOD. The 21st annual Boston Red Sox Childrens Hospital Celebrity Classic is set for Friday, Feb. 21, at The Forest Country Club in south Fort Myers. Participants meet and golf alongside 2013 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox players and other former greats from Major League Baseball, the NFL and NHL. The step-aside scramble format begins with lunch and registration at 11 a.m. and a shotgun start at 1 p.m. The Boston Red Sox Childrens Hospital Tee Party takes place the evening of Thursday, Feb. 20, also at The Forest, with live and silent auctions. Tickets are $50. Tournament and Tee Party proceeds will be matched dollar for dollar to benefit construction of Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida. Scanlon Auto Group is this years presenting sponsor. Additional sponsorship opportunities remain available and range from $1,400 to $15,000. Single golf slots are $350. For more information, call the Lee Memorial Health System Foundation at 343-6950 or email Planning for the eighth annual Susan G. Komen Southwest Florida Race for the Cure is well underway, with the race set for Saturday, March 8, at Coconut Point in Estero. Several activities will be new to the 2014 event, including a PrePink Out Party the night before the race and, on race day, a Kids for the Cure area with activities, games and prizes and a Man Cave where guys can relax. Local bands are signing up for Bands for the Cure to play along the route. The Flowers of Hope display will once again feature pink tulips planted along the running course in honor of or in memory of a person who battled cancer. New volunteers are always welcome. The committee meets monthly at the offices of Susan G. Komen Southwest Florida at 26800 S. Tamiami Trail in Bonita Springs. For more information, call 498-0016 or visit Send items to

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Jewelry & Art ($2,075 value): A custom pearl and coral necklace by Pierre and Harry, a ruby and diamond cocktail ring and an original Chinese brush painted framed watercolor. 2. Beauty & Spa ($1,725 value): Image consulting by Kay Bork, massage gift certificates and a cashmere shawl. 3. Golf Outings ($1,500 value): Golf four four at Country Club of Naples and Tiburon Country Club, golf and lunch for four at Windstar on Naples Bay and a PGA lesson from Larry Ganzer at Grey Oaks. 4. Food & Wine: Gift certificates from several local restaurants and six bottles of wine. The raffle drawing will be held the evening of Sunday, March 9, at the clubs sponsor appreciation reception. Winners need not be present. To purchase tickets, call Teresa Stohs at (913) 2716023 or visit www.napleswomansclub. com. The Everglades Astronomical Society holds its regular meeting from 7-8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 11, at The Norris Center. Member John Berninger will discuss The Search for Alien Life. Upcoming programs are Brian McGaffney on March 11 with a program on the Nutwood Observatory in Canada and Rick Piper on April 8 with a program about his experiences hunting comets. Seating is limited and although attendance is free, reservations are required two days in advance and can be made by emailing Charlie Paul at cpaul651@ Newcomers to astronomy and those experienced in stargazing are welcome. The society also holds a monthly dark sky viewing at the Fakahatchee Strand. For more information, email Mike Usher, society president, at The Ohio State Alumni Club of Naples invites fellow Buckeyes to happy hour from 5-6:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at Bokampers Sports Bar and Grill Naples, 8990 Fontana Del Sol Way. RSVP by calling Anne Knouse at 5648914 or emailing The Naples Chapter of the Florida Native Plant Society holds its fifth annual banquet Friday, Feb. 28, at Naples Botanical Garden. Guest speaker Douglas Tallamy, Ph.D., a professor from the University of Delaware and the author of Bringing Nature Home, will discuss Are Alien Plants Bad? Mr. Tallamy researches the role of insects in the natural environment. His book illustrates how native plants are better providers not only for insects, but for native wildlife in general.The evening begins at 5:30 p.m., with Mr. Tallamys presentation at 7 p.m. A wine-and-cheese reception and silent auction will precede dinner. Tickets are $35 ($20 for the lecture only). For reservations, call Jean Roche at 597-7222 or download the event flyer at www. The Big Cypress Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution holds its next meeting at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 17, at the Country Club of Naples. The program will be about the Conservancy of Southwest Florida. Members and guests are welcome. Reservations are necessary and can be made by calling Madonna Crame at 455-7295. The Catholic Council of Women from San Marco Catholic Church hosts a fashion show and luncheon starting at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the San Marco Parish Center. Fashions will be from Kays on the Beach and The Sandpiper. Lunch will be provided by Sassos Restaurant.Cost is $45, with proceeds benefitting scholarships and local charities. Reservations are required by Jan. 22 and can be made by sending a check to Lynne Minozzi, 220 Waterside Circle, Marco Island, FL 34145. The Naples Doll Club, under the umbrella of the United Federation of Doll Clubs, meets on the first and third Wednesdays of every month, NovemberApril. Members promote the love of doll collecting, both antique and modern, and learn about doll making, history and fashion, during meetings and workshops. The next meetings are Feb. 5 and 19. The clubs annual doll show and sale takes place Friday and Saturday, Jan. 17-18, at Moorings Presbyterian Church. Hours are 1-5 p.m. Friday and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday. For more information about the club, call Myrna Eby at (574) 780-0951 or email CLUB NOTES SKIN CANCEREvaluations and RemovalFLU SHOTS$19.00*Shingles and Pneumonia VaccinationsNow Available at Both LocationsPRIMARY CARE AND FAMILY PRACTICEby appointment30% OFFFirst Doctors Visitfor all patients without insuranceMINOR SURGERIESPreformed by a Board-Certied General Surgeon1713 SW Health Pkwy, Suite 1, *Rates may vary for insured patients. NAPLES URGENT CARE WALK-IN MEDICAL CLINICESTERO URGENT CARE WALK-IN MEDICAL Worried about Health Care Reform?Contact me today for a personal consultation, at no cost to you!Get the help you need.Life | Health | Medicare | Long-Term CareVince Spinelli | Licensed Insurance Agent p: 239-919-3028 c: 239-592-7598health marketsYour local Insphere agent can: your health care reform question if you are eligible for a subsidy your product options and costs the application process


FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 A27 e Childrens Hospital is GrowingWe are honored to introduce Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida. Scheduled to open in 2017, this lifesaving facility will house 128 beds and provide new and expanded specialty pediatric health care services for children from Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades counties.Please consider a lifesaving gift to help build Americas Newest Children Hospital.Call 239-343-6950 or visit 6150 Diamond Centre Court #1300 Fort Myers, Florida (239) 344-9786 Dr. Raheb is accepting new patients. He accepts most major insurances. Call (239) 344-9786 to schedule a consultation or visit Surgical Practice Specializing in Bariatric Surgery, Body Contouring after Weight Loss, Advanced Laparoscopic AntiRe ux, & General Surgery The surgical practice of Dr. Moses K. Shieh introduces to you.... John G. Raheb, DO, FACS. Dr. Raheb recently retired from a long illustrious career from the U.S. Navy, as a general & bariatric surgeon. He will partner with Dr. Shieh in providing exclusive and compassionate, 24/7 bariatric & surgical care. Visit our website for more details on Dr. Raheb. Moses K. Shieh, DO, FACOS FREE SEMINAR on the latest in weight loss (Bariatric) surgery Jan 14th @ 1:00pm Jan 22nd @ 5:30pm Please call to register. CLUB NOTES The Kiwanis Club of Marco Island hosts the Island Chic Fashion Show and Luncheon starting at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Hideaway Beach Club. Beach Daisy, Patchington and Hideaway Pro Shop will provide fashions for men and women. Tickets for $55 are available at all three shops as well as at Mutual of Omaha Bank on Marco. For more information,call Joan Pidherny at 642-1447 or email Donna Niemczyk at The Naples Ski Club meets from 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at Tavern on the Bay. All are welcome to meet fellow skiers and learn about trips coming up. For more information, visit Members of the Gulf Coast Orchid Alliance, their guests and the public are invited to the alliances New Year social event from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church, 1255 Piper Blvd. An orchid raffle will be held for new and renewing members, and orchid plants will be available for purchase. Attendance is free. For more information, call 498-9741 or visit Indiana University alumni in Southwest Florida are inivited to brunch at noon Sunday, Jan. 19, at Olde Cypress Country Club. Guest speaker will be distinguished alum Paul Trash, chairman and CEO of the Tampa Bay Times. Mr. Trash will be joined by the papers 2013 Pulitzer Prize winner, Tim Nickens. Call 514-8608 for reservations. Experts from the Naples Orchid Society will offer free advice to those who bring their ailing orchids(or photographs) to Naples Botanical Garden from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18. For more information, visit Kappa Kappa Gamma alumnae will host Pi Beta Phi alums for the annual Monmouth Duo starting at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 8, at the Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club. Guest speaker will be Naples resident Lacey King, a former member of the Diplomatic Corp. The seasons remaining meetings are March 8, also at the Naples Beach Hotel, and April 12 at the Sandpiper restaurant. Cost of the luncheons is $25. Call 4033012 for reservations. Members and guests of the Naples Press Club will hear from Mei-Mei Chan, president and publisher of The News-Press Media Group, at the clubs luncheon meeting beginning at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 23, at the Hilton Naples. Reservations are required by Jan. 20. Cost is $25 for members, $30 for guests. Members can respond by email to Nonmembers and/or those members ordering online can copy the URL http://bit. ly/18Ovqi5 into their browser.


The Naples Newcomers helps those who are new to the area make new friendships centered on various social activities. Members meet to share a variety of interests and activities, including couples and singles groups, bridge, mahjongg, crafts, gourmet cooking, coffees, movies, card games and book discussions. Membership is for women who have been permanent residents of Naples for no more than five years. Luncheon meetings are on the second Thursday of each month at Naples area country clubs. An orientation coffee for prospective members takes place on the first Thursday of each month. For more information about the January meetings, call 298-4083 or visit Members and guests of Kappa Alpha Theta Alumnae Chapter of Naples, Bonita Springs and Marco Island will celebrate Founders Day with a luncheon Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Naples Yacht Club. Guest speaker Gwynne Young is a past president of the Florida Bar Association. Several 50-year Thetas and one 75-year member will be honored. Cost is $30. RSVP by Tuesday, Jan. 21, by calling Mary Lynn Myers at 431-5434 or emailing Southwest Florida Federated Republican Women meet at 11:30 a.m. on the first Wednesday of the month at Arbor Trace, 15661 Vanderbilt Drive north of Wiggins Pass. The next meeting is Feb. 5. For more information, call Diane Van Parys at 431-5224. Chess players of all ages and levels of ability are welcome to join Chess at Moorings for friendly competition from 9 a.m. to noon every Saturday at Moorings Park, and Chess at Lutheran from 9 a.m. to noon Monday at Marco Island Lutheran Church. Each morning begins with a brief discussion by a local expert about some aspect of the game. Participation is free. Bring your own chess set or use one provided by the Moorings. Moorings Park is on the east side of Goodlette-Frank Road just south of Pine Ridge Road. Stop at the entrance gate for directions to the Chess Club meeting. Marco Island Lutheran Church is at 525 N. Collier Blvd. For more information about playing chess at either location, call Wade Keller at 3892525 or visit The Greater Naples Branch of AAUW meets on Saturday morning, Feb. 1, at Hodges University. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. for coffee and continental breakfast. Guest speaker will be Ginger Lew, former senior counselor to the White House National Economic Council. Previously, as part of the Clinton Administration, she was senate confirmed as deputy administrator and COO of the U.S. Small Business Administration. Today, Ms. Lew is managing director of Enduring Hydro, a clean energy company that invests in the hydro sector.Cost is $5. Guests are welcome. Payment can be made at the door, but reservations are required and can be made by emailing For more information, visit FLORIDA WEEKLYA28 NEWS WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 Available exclusively atEAST INDIES HOME COLLECTION11985 US 41 N., Naples 34110 239-596-7273 Mon-Sat 10:00-5:00 Sunday 11:00-5:00Solid Teak ConsoleTV Time Meet your future with condence.Take the rst step toward having peace of mind in retirement with our exclusive Condent Retirement approach. Ill work with you to address the four basic principles of retirement. Call me today to get started. Robert A. Caldwell, CFP Financial Advisor 5621 Strand Blvd, Suite 304 Naples, FL 34110 1.800.439.6094 x0, x206 CA Insurance #OH60080 Condent retirement is not a guarantee of future nancial results. Ameriprise Financial, Inc. Member FINRA and SIPC. 2013 Ameriprise Financial, Inc. All rights reserved. CLUB NOTES The Southwest Florida Chapter of the American Airlines Kiwi Club meets for a luncheon and auction at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 25. The club is a social and charitable organization of present and former flight attendants of American Airlines, TWA and other airlines acquired by or merged with American Airlines. The chapter supports Pace Center for Girls-Collier at Immokalee and the Collier County Hunger & Homeless Coalition. New members are always welcome.For reservations and information about the location for the upcoming meeting, call Eileen Pearson at 595-1761 or email Barbara Traci at


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Yet, many health-care providers hesitate to recommend palliative care for their youngest patients, and parents and caregivers are often unaware of its benefits. Initiating palliative care conversations is often hard for both providers and families, especially in the pediatric setting, said Dr. Patricia A. Grady, NINR director. While it may not be an easy conversation, recommending palliative care to patients and families early can improve patient experiences with care. We hope this campaign and its resources will help ensure that palliative care is considered for every child and family navigating a serious illness. To develop the Palliative Care: Conversations Matter campaign NINR, a component of the National Institutes of Health, brought together parents and palliative care clinicians, scientists, and professionals to give their input and expertise on what they felt was needed in the field. The campaign emphasizes that palliative care works along with other treatments to enhance quality of life for children of any age living with a broad range of serious illnesses. In particular, the campaign strives to break the common association between palliative care and hospice care, stressing that palliative care is appropriate throughout illness not only at the end of life. The campaigns evidence-based materials are designed to help providers initiate palliative care conversations with pediatric patients and their families as soon as possible following diagnosis and to continue these discussions throughout the illness to meet changing needs of the patient and family. The Palliative Care: Conversations Matter campaign resources include: Informational video vignettes, which offer advice to providers about how to start palliative care discussions with patients and family members and features a mothers perspective on palliative care after her daughters difficult diagnosis. Customizable tear-off pads of patient education sheets, in English and Spanish, which encourage providers to have discussions with patients and their families by providing answers to common questions about palliative care and resources to support conversations. To learn more about the palliative care campaign, or to download or order campaign materials, visit or call (301) 496-0207. Drilling down to micro-trend predictions for the future of health careIn last weeks column, I discussed three longer-term mega-trends that lie ahead in health care: alignment among health-care participants, consumerism and globalization. This week, Ill drill down to four micro-trend predictions with more immediate impact and a shorter time horizon. Continued migration from volume to value This is another way of saying that the traditional fee-forservice system will evolve into payment for an entire bundle of services, centered on a surgical experience or medical condition. The chief medical officer of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services estimates about 11 percent of payment now is based on value. Nationally, integrated systems such as Mayo Clinic have been leaders in treating populations with the same complex disease. Locally, Florida Blue and the NCH Physician Group have been on a similar path. We have restarted conversations with other major commercial insurers to continue this innovative system, to embrace patients as partners, to decrease per unit cost and waste, and to improve value. Medicares new value proposition is taking hold this year In 2014, hospitals value-based purchasing program has added a new measure Medicare spending per beneficiary (MSPB) to the formula that determines how much each hospital is paid. What this means is that for the first time, hospitals are accountable for the costs of some outpatient and postacute care, even if the providers are not affiliated with the hospital. Improving post-acute services helping to create better value by improving quality and lowering costs after a hospitalization could be the key to improving the MSPB efficiency score. Presently, NCH comes in slightly better than the state average but not as good as the national average. Working together to integrate pre-andpost hospital care will become even more important as we migrate from a repair-shop mentality to a prevention mentality. The strong alignment among all the participants in health care discussed last week is necessary to lower MSPB. Transparency and innovation lead to organizational learning, change and improvement Health care has officially gone digital, as we more effectively transform data into information and knowledge using analytics to focus on areas of concern, ways of improving and even preventing health risk. As we become smarter, we help individuals and whole populations live happier, healthier lives. We thus desire to become a designated Blue Zone, where residents live measurably longer lives. A relentless profit margin squeeze is accelerating As resources for health-care payments dwindle, we need to do more with less. America stills spends twice as much per person per year as other developed nations with the same or worse health-care outcomes. Over the past 25 years, hospital usage has dropped and more than 200,000 beds have been closed, but outpatient visits have risen by 200 percent. We can moderate the margin squeeze by repurposing in-patient facilities, shuttering floors and whole hospitals and developing technology to care for patients in their own homes. Additionally, generous community support, which NCH enjoys, has made a vast difference for the good of the community. Sensing the changing environment and understanding the new forces around us puts us ahead of the curve. At NCH, we intend to stay proactive with respect to these four micro-trends and whatever else lies ahead, so that the residents of our community continue to enjoy longer, happier and healthier lives. Dr. Allen Weiss is CEO and president of the NCH Healthcare System.


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WIN A $100 GIFT CARD NOW Jan. 31, 2014 less, 122 were found to be as youth with no families or support system. Monthly, More than 400 children in Collier County are in foster care system, but there are only 62 licensed foster homes for placement in the county In 2012, more than 32 percent of children in Youth Havens shelter were readmitted due to failed foster home placements. Youth Haven provides services to more than 2,400 children and family members annually. The numbers are growing, and theres an especially great need for shelter space, says Ms. Liggett. At press time, there were 23 children in the Brownies Cottage emergency shelter and a waiting list. When she came to Youth Haven four years ago, she says, the campus was underused and the facility functioned solely as an emergency shelter for displaced children, from toddlers up to age 7. When assessing Collier Countys needs for serving troubled youths and their families, she and her team found that what was vastly missing was the therapeutic piece and changing the ages that were served to include the older child (adolescents and teens). Partnering with other community organizations and governmental organizations is also an essential part of the all-encompassing approach to serving troubled youths and their families. Such partnerships encompass working with any organization or agency that touches a childs life, including Collier Countys Sheriffs Office and school system, the David Lawrence Center, the Childrens Network of Southwest Florida and the countys Hunger and Homeless Coalition, among others. Kim Weisberg, Youth Havens senior counselor, believes the partnerships have greatly enhanced Youth Havens ability to assist the people it serves. We rely very heavily on community partnerships because we know that we cannot do all things for an individual to meet that individuals needs, she says. Ms. Liggett praises the contributions of Youth Havens therapists, whose counseling sessions can include not just children, but their families as well. A licensed clinical social worker provides clinical oversight because the children have usually been traumatized by their circumstances. The therapeutic counseling encompasses innovative techniques such as art, dance, sports, play and yoga therapy to help youths surmount their problems. A doggie duo, Houston and Champ, have recently been added to the Youth Haven family. The canines are being trained in Animal Assisted Therapy and work with clinicians in the Children & Family Counseling Center All these things are critical to their growth and to the therapeutic component of their moving forward, Ms. Liggett says. Ms. Weisberg adds that the therapeutic component is interlaced throughout all programs. We also provide a number of services long term, she says. Its just not a brief model of treatment here. For some families, it may be a few months. For other families, it may be a few years. One of the things we know with families or children who have experienced trauma is it can take time to build a level of safety and trust in the relationship with the therapist or case manager. Because we know that, we know that sometimes the real therapeutic work may not start until the client has been receiving services for several months. Therapeutic counseling isnt just limited to when a clients needs are critical. Sessions can also be restarted if a need should arise, she says. Therapy is especially important at the emergency shelter. Its more than just providing a roof over their heads and a warm meal, Ms. Weisberg says. Its helping them identify opportunities for healthy relationships that can give them other tools to deal with stressors or barriers that come into their life. Rebuilding Childrens Lives>> What: Youth Havens fourth annual bene t luncheon >> When: Wednesday, Jan. 22 >> Where: The Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort >> Keynote Speaker: Antwone Fisher, bestselling author and subject of the movie of the same name (starring Denzel Washington). Mr. Fishers life is a story of triumph over the scars of a deeply traumatic childhood. >> Tickets: $300 >> Reservations: Call Aileen Carroll at 687-5155, email or visit A picnic area on Youth Havens 25-acre campus. Weisberg Liggett

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The race is on to stop HLB before it destroys Floridas signature cropBY EVAN WILLIAMSewilliams@ oridaweekly.comJim English has tended to citrus groves most of his adult life. His grandfather started the family business in the late 1800s. He and his three brothers run the operation, between 500 and 600 acres off the north bank of the Caloosahatchee River in Alva. At 78, he still enjoys the work. But increasingly, the fruit is turning green and bitter and dropping prematurely; the trees slowly d ying. A disease popularly called citrus greening disease, also known as huanglongbing, is the culprit. Since it first appeared in Miami-Dade County in 2005, it has spread to almost every commercial citrus grove in the state. I hope its going to continue and my family will continue in the citrus business, Mr. English said. If it doesnt destroy the Florida citrus industry, its going to greatly reduce the size and production. In a 2008 Florida Weekly story, researchers and farmers predicted that greening could end up wiping out the industry between 2015 and 2020. That appears to be happening. But many of them now also express optimism because of an aggressive antiHLB effort, and not just in Florida. From researchers across the citrus-producing world to grove operators and University of Florida scientists, the citrus industry is scrambling to find a cure or at least a long-term solution such as diseaseresistant hybrids or even genetically engineered fruit. So far, a long-term fix has been elusive, and for infected trees the clock is ticking. Villa Lago at Mediterra $1.250 Million Bua/Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 MLS#: 213005976 Olde Naples $1.925 Million Bua/Bua-Bell 239.595.0097 MLS#: 214000150 EMILY K BUAESTATE AGENT Direct 239.659.6115 Emily@JohnRWood.comTADE BUA-BELLBROKER ASSOCIATE Cell 239.595.0097 www.JohnRWood.comOur Experience CountsOUR EXPERTISE SELLS INSIDEOn the moveWhos going where and doing what on the local business scene. B5 House huntingA five-bedroom Bermuda-style beauty in Little Harbour. B11 All about the GladesThe 2014 Everglades Coalition Conference and more Networking photos.B8 & 9 Citrus industry in jeopardySEE CITRUS, B6 Florida will produce 115 million boxes of oranges during the season that began Oct. 1 thats fewer than any season since 1989-90.COURTESY PHOTOSThe Asian citrus psyllid eats citrus leaves, especially those of young trees, leaving a tree with a deadly bacterium that causes greening. The local citrus industry has been fighting citrus greening since 2005. BUSINESS & REAL ESTATENAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA GUIDE TO THE LOCAL BUSINESS & REAL ESTATE INDUSTRIES BSECTIONWEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014

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And so, a few weeks after weve made (and possibly broken) our resolutions, Im here to remind you why its so important to stick with them. So what are the top new years resolutions? A recently conducted Harris poll identified them and, in Dave Letterman countdown style, they are: 10. Set aside time for yourself. 9. Stop procrastinating 8. Improve a relationship 7. Stop smoking 6. Manage stress better 5. Eat healthier 4. Get a new job 3. Exercise 2. Improve your finances 1. Lose weight Not surprisingly, two and four are directly related to wealth or money (e.g., improved finances and a new job, which is more often than not a better-paying job). Six of these top 10 are directly related to physical health and a seventh (improving a relationship) is indirectly tied to mental, physical and emotional health but, in actuality, these health-related goals are indirectly tied to saving money and better finances. For example, weight loss can improve finances. A person who is obese has annual medical costs $1,429 higher than someone of a normal weight, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. As there are some 72 million obese people in the U.S., just do the simple math: 72 million people each saving on average of $1,429 equals $102,888,000,000. Yep, you read that number correctly. Eliminating obesity could create $103 billion in savings per year. Collectively, as a nation, we would begin to experience these hefty savings from fewer hospitalizations, fewer doctor visits, lower insurance payments and copayments. But because the effects of obesity are primarily made manifest in later years of life, many obese individuals might not fully and immediately benefit financially. The problem with being obese is that it leads to lower health outcomes later in life, says Jay Zagorsky, an economist at Ohio State University. If you put on an extra 30 or 40 pounds right now, there is no reason to believe that for the next decade you will have more doctor visits than if you keep the extra weight off. Instead, the effect of a poor diet may not show up until many years into the future. So, people should understand that losing weight may not result in savings right away. ( But planning for our future health is critical right now; if there is any time when we need to face fewer financial burdens, it is when we are older, when we have fewer income-generating opportunities to cover medical expenses and when our illnesses might disallow many types of employment. Another weight/health resolution improves chances of getting a new job. All things being equal, employers will probably not hire an overweight (or) obese person over others because of the risk of future health care costs Studies have found that discrimination based on weight in the workplace is more prevalent for women than men, especially white women in professional occupations, says Barbara ONeill, a professor at Rutgers University and co-author of Small Steps to Health and Wealth. A third weight/health resolution improves retirement funding. One-quarter of respondents to the 2005 Health Confidence Survey, sponsored by the Employee Benefit Research Institute, reported that they decreased their contributions to a retirement savings plan as a result of the increased cost of health care and 45 percent reported decreasing other savings. Clearly, smoking is a health issue and a current decrease in wealth beyond the risk and costs associated with lung diseases. A non-smokers net worth has been found by researchers at Rutgers to be about 50 percent higher than that of light smokers and about twice the level of heavy smokers. And an increasing number of employers are requiring employees who smoke to pay higher health insurance premiums than non-smokers and/or they are paying incentives to those who quit. In some states, workers can be fired for refusing to quit smoking. What to do? Eliminate unhealthy behaviors. As hard as it might be, new routines must replace deeply entrenched unhealthy behaviors. For instance, Eliminate a $10 a day smoking or junk food habit and you can save $3,650 annually. And thats just the immediate savings. There are also savings over the long-term for the rest of someones life. The Centers for Disease Control estimates that just a 10 percent weight loss could reduce an overweight persons lifetime medical costs by $2,200 to $5,300. Not only do we as citizens need to take responsibility for many aspects of our health, but we also need to encourage and help those who are floundering with poorer health and excess weight. Your help might be as simply accomplished as forwarding this column to others. Jeannette Showalter, CFA is a commodities broker with Worldwide Futures Systems. Find her on Facebook at Jeannette Showalter, CFA. Trading futures and options on futures and Forex transactions involve substantial risk of loss and may not be suitable for all investors. You should carefully consider whether trading is suitable for you in light of your circumstances, knowledge and financial resources. You may lose all or more of your initial investment. 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FLORIDA WEEKLYB4 WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 Chocolatier, jewelry design share Business Hall of Fame honorJunior Achievement of Southwest Florida will induct chocolatier Norman Love and jewelry designer Mark Loren into the 2014 Business of Hall of Fame, Lee County, on Thursday evening, April 17, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa.The award recognizes entrepreneurs who serve as role models for youth through their professional accomplishments and commitment to the community.For tickets or sponsorship information about the Hall of Fame evening, call 225-2590, email or visit the laureatesAfter learning the craft of pastry making in France, Mr. Love served as executive pastry chef for luxury resorts including The Beverly Hills Hotel and The Ritz-Carlton. During his career with The Ritz-Carlton he was appointed to the position of corporate executive pastry chef where he oversaw global pastry and baking operations. In 13 years, he opened 30 hotel and resort pastry kitchens in international and domestic locales such as Boston, Dubai and Bali. International acclaim also followed Mr. Love. Chocolatier and Pastry Art and Design magazine named him one of the countrys top 10 pastry chefs in 1996 and 1997. In 1999, he led the U.S. team to a bronze medal in the biennial Coup du Monde de la Patisserie (World Cup of Pastry) competition in Lyons, France. He was among 18 chefs chosen to make a birthday cake at the 150th Smithsonian Anniversary Celebration in Washington, D.C., and one of 26 chefs selected to appear on the 39-part series Baking with Julia on public television. In 2009, he was named one of the Top 10 Chocolatiers in North America by Dessert Magazine. He is also co-founder of the National Pastry Team Championship and is a regular guest judge on the Food Network Challenge series. He left the corporate world in 2001 and entered into private enterprise with Norman Love Confections, with a kitchen and chocolate salon in south Fort Myers. A decade later, he opened a second chocolate salon in Naples. Mr. Love and his chocolates have been featured by USA Today, The Today Show, Robb Report, InStyle, Martha Stewart Living, Forbes and O, The Oprah Magazine. He also ensures that Norman Love Confections shares its sweet success by supporting more than 250 charitable causes every year. Born and raised in Chicago, Mr. Loren attended Gem City College in Quincy, Ill., for advanced jewelry design, watch making and jewelry repair. He followed that with a jewelry apprenticeship with Frederick Prete Goldsmiths in Highland Park, Ill.In 1982, Mr. Loren started his own jewelry trade shop in Fort Myers, providing jewelry repair and design for many stores in Southwest Florida. He opened his retail design gallery, Mark Loren Designs, in 1985 and won his first of four International Spectrum Design Awards in 1991. The gallery was recently featured in the jewelry industry magazine INSTORE as a national finalist in its annual Coolest Jewelry Stores in America competition. In 2012, a second Mark Loren Designs gallery opened at the Mercato in Naples. The talents of the studio are often utilized to create and donate pieces to local charities including the Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida, Southwest Florida Symphony, the American Heart Association, Florida Gulf Coast University and the American Cancer Society. Interested in the home-watch business?Your Home Watch Professionals, a Naples-based home-watch training company, offers two free seminars this month for those interested in learning more about becoming a home watch professional. One-hour sessions are at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, and 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 22, at 5405 Taylor Road. The next fee-based Home Watch StartUp workshop/training course begins on Jan. 29. In the fee-based course, Your Home Watch Professionals founder Diane Pisani provides training along with the tools and materials to help new business owners get started in the industry. The free informational seminars are geared to introduce the home-watch industry to semi-retired and transitional professionals, as well as those looking to become new entrepreneurs. Reservations are required. Call Ms. Pisani at 707-4296 or email More information about Your Home Watch Professionals, visit www. SCORE counselors offer free help SCORE, a nonprofit association dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and helping small businesses, presents its quarterly free business mentoring event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Jan. 25, at SCORE headquarters, 900 GoodletteFrank Road, behind the Fifth Third Bank building. Experienced business mentors give one hour of their time at no charge to discuss any business issues of the attendees choice. Registration is required in advance. The counselors and their areas of expertise are: Bob Anderson Busines s planning, s ales manag ement, marketing plans, social media, email and website marketing. Bob Jones Str a tegic branding: designing the real or perceived uniqueness essential to compete with other businesses marketing the same or similar products and services. Scott Sharon Business de v elopment, product development, sales and sales management, cost accounting and marketing. Jim Moslow Electronics manuf acturing, pr oduct management, business process improvement, telecommunications and information technology. Gray Poehler Business planning, s ales and mar keting and the purchase and sale of small businesses. Vin Izzi Business planning, busines s c onsulting, operations management, executive education, marketing, strategic alliances and financial management. To reserve a time to meet with the counselor of your choise, visit www. For more information, call the SCORE office at 430-0081 from 9 a.m. to noon Monday-Friday. Loren Love Thats right! The biggest opportunity to hit Naples in a decade is about to make its grand debut. An extraordinary address for those who know how to seize the day and believe in living life to the fullest. Naples Square, located in the heart of downtown, is just steps away from the very best of Naples worldBe a part of Naples biggest success story and register online today.Sales Gallery Opening Soon www.NaplesSquare.comAnother Ronto OpportunityORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECT STATING REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER. 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Zoned AG, 200 acs. planted in citrus, production records available. $3.5M FOR SALE 252.04 acs. located o SR 80, just east of LaBelle. Pristine oaks, pine & cypress, excellent hunting deer, turkey & boar. Paved access, bank owned. $5,158/acrePhone: (239) 425-6000 Fax: (239) 425-6001 P.O. Box 60151, Fort Myers, FL 33906 Pinebrook Park, 12995 S. Cleveland Ave., Suite 219, Fort Myers, FL 33907WOODYARD & ASSOCIATES, LLCCOMMERCIAL REAL ESTATELicensed Real Estate Brokerwww. wa-cr .com 239-425-6000 Experts in Commercial Real Estate Tax Appeals Awards & Recognition David Schimmel, recently retired CEO of the David Lawrence Center, was named Citizen of Distinction by the Collier County Sheriffs Office in recognition of his commitment and leadership in bringing vital mental health services to Collier County during his 30 years as head of the nonprofit center. Bob Imig of Stock Development has been named 2013 Builder and Associate of the Year by the Collier Building Industry Association. Hurley Travel Experts received several awards at the 2013 Sandals Star Awards held at Beaches Turks & Caicos. The firm received the Best of the Best in travel agencies, an award given to agencies making 50 travel bookings or more in one year with Sandals or Beaches Resorts. Beth Skypeck received an invitation for the third year to join Sandals Chairmans Royal Club, for which a minimum of 75 bookings are required. Ms. Skypeck also received a Sandals Spirit award in recognition of her work on behalf of the Sandals Foundation, the organizations philanthropic arm. Line technician Jack Tuers was named 2013 Employee of The Year by the Naples Airport Authority. Brendan Canavan, Jeff Gifford Maria Perez and Lee Risinger received the authoritys Above and Beyond awards for the year. Mr. Tuers was honored for being a team player and looking for ways to help without being asked. He continually improves and diversifies his skills, and develops ways to improve logistics and better organize workspaces. Since joining the airport in 2008, he has earned a bachelors degree in aviation management. Mr. Canavan is a line technician. Mr. Gifford is a runner in the operations department. Ms. Perez is a custodian. And Mr. Risinger is in landscape maintenance. Board Appointments Joseph Stone, Anthony Fiore and Dale Hall are the newest board members for the Greater Naples YMCA. Mr. Stone is senior vice president and portfolio manager for Bank of America; Mr. Fiore is senior vice president of the Hertz Corp., and Mr. Hall is district manager for Wells Fargo. Greg Ulrich of KGT Remodeling has been elected president of the Collier Building Industry Association for 2014. Other executive committee members installed in December for the new year are: Past president, Ray Allain, Build LLC; president elect), Terry Kelly, Surety Construction; past associate vice president, Robyn Bonaquist, B-Squared Advertising; associate vice president, Eleanor Taft, Woodward, Pires & Lombardo; secretary, Kevin Deardorff, Hill, Barth & King; treasurer, Bill Campos, Monarch Builders & Remodelers. Also elected to the board of directors are: Laura Johnston, WCI Communities; Tambra Wolff, GL Homes; Dave Dunnavant, Peninsula Engineering; Shane Klepko, Harwick Homes; Dave Arter, Private Client Insurance Services; Susi Husty, Alliance Financial Group; David Graham, Pulte Group; Mike McLeod, GreenLeaf Homes; Curtis Hancock, Hancock Plumbing; Ron Waldrop, Waldrop Engineering; and Jessica Schneider, Robb & Stucky International. New Location Evelyn & Arthur boutique has returned to the Promenade at Bonita Bay. In addition to its private label collection, the stores eight locations in Florida carry clothing by Lisette L, Minnie Rose, Ming Wang, Planet, Sympli and Elliot Lauren. Construction Ron Vandenack has been named director of sales and marketing for the Southwest Florida operations of Florida Lifestyle Homes. Mr. Vandenack has more than 13 years of sales experience working with Southwest Florida builders and developers of luxury single-family properties in master-planned communities as well as numerous years of experience in general real estate sales in both Ohio and Florida. In his new position, he oversees client communications, database management and builder/developer relations in four master planned communities where the company is a preferred builder. He attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and is a licensed Florida real estate agent. Joe Krastel has joined BCBE Construction as estimator/project manager responsible for design review and value engineering, conceptual budgeting, estimating, owner proposals, owner contracts, permitting, scheduling, owner changes and field management. Mr. Krastel has more than 14 years of experience in the construction industry. Club Services Kathie Pedit has joined Pelican Isle Yacht Club as director of marketing and membership sales. She has more than 26 years of experience in club operations and membership management, most recently at Colonial Country Club in Fort Myers for seven years. She previously worked with Stock Development as vice president of lifestyle development for properties including The Players Club & Spa, The Club at Grandezza,and The Club at Olde Cypress. She holds a bachelors degree in community recreation and leisure administration from York College in Pennsylvania. She is the founder of the SWFL Activity Directors Networking Group. Marketing Alyssa Emma, the former marketing director of Insignia Real Estate Companies, has acquired The Marketing Team, a Naples-based marketing and advertising firm specializing in developing and implementing marketing strategies combining social media, print ads and web design for commercial and residential real estate, small businesses and destinations. The former marketing director of Insignia Real Estate Companies, Ms. Emma has coordinated business development and marketing for several New England businesses. Law Stanley Bunner Jr. has joined Goede, Adamczyk & DeBoest as civil litigation partner with a focus on business, construction and probate litigation. Mr. Bunner most recently worked for 13 years as a human intelligence officer in various positions within the Department of the Army and the Defense Intelligence Agency. He graduated magna cum laude from Suffolk University Law School in Boston. He was admitted to the Florida Bar in September 2000 and is a member of the Collier County Bar Association. Restaurants John Welch has been named executive chef of Avenue5, the restaurant opening this month at the Inn on Fifth. Most recently the executive chef at Eleven North in Marthas Vineyard, Mr. Welch brings more than 20 years of culinary experience to Avenue5. A native of Maine, where he was Lobster Chef of the Year in 2001, and a graduate of the California Culinary Academy, he has also worked at the Jardiniere in San Francisco, the Bostonian Millennium Hotel and The Ritz-Carlton, Naples. Health Care Denise Kitson has been promoted to director of inpatient clinical services at Park Royal Hospital and as such is responsible for social work, counseling services, activities and group therapy and discharge planning at the hospital on the campus of HealthPark in south Fort Myers. She previously was program director of the co-occurring treatment program for Park Royal Behavioral Health Services. Ms. Kitson earned a bachelors degree in psychology from Rutgers University and a masters of social work from New York University. For four years, she was a program director with Brandywine Counseling in Delaware, serving people with HIV and AIDS. She later directed that areas first residential addiction treatment program for women with children. For two years, she was clinical manager of Sinai Hospital Addictions Recovery Program and then directed Horizon House, where she helped to open the first licensed program for co-occurring disorders in Delaware. Relocation Services Jason Abidin has been promoted to client relationship liaison at William C. Huff Companies. A native of New York, Mr. Abidin has worked with the company for five years. He earned a degree in business management from Keuka College in New York. 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PAGE 42 FLORIDA WEEKLYB6 BUSINESS WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 Available exclusively atEAST INDIES HOME COLLECTION11985 US 41 N., Naples 34110 239-596-7273 Mon-Sat 10:00-5:00 Sunday 11:00-5:00Driftwood Table LampOne and Only M-F 8-5 and Sat 8-12 2240 Davis Blvd., Naples, FL 34104Complete Collision Repair 24 Hour Towing RentalsMention our ad in Florida Weekly and get a rental car UP TO 3 DAYS FREE.(with collision repair services)239-775-6860 It takes four to six years for HLB to reach its latter stages in a mature orange tree. Florida has close to 500,000 citrusbearing acres; thats down from 679,000 in 2004, U.S. Department of Agriculture records show. The state has lost about 18 million orange trees since 2004, the largest portion to greening, leaving roughly 57.5 million. One of the good things its done, its unified the industry like no other disease or challenge has, said Ron Hamel, director of the Gulf Citrus Growers Association. The group represents between 500 and 600 farmers on 125,000 acres in Lee, Collier, Charlotte, Hendry and Glades county groves. They produce roughly a quarter of the states citrus. We have not had to face a disease as threatening to our entire industry as this, Mr. Hamel said. But were still keepin on keepin on. So whether or not its going to totally take the industry out remains to be seen.Fresh from FloridaFloridas identity is linked to its oranges and the staple of American breakfasts derived from them. Its farmers produce more citrus than any other entity except Brazil. More citrus comes from the Sunshine State than the rest of the United States. A bacterium that acts like a virus is what ails that sprawling crop. Its carried and spread by a tiny, speck-like insect, the Asian citrus psyllid, which feeds on trees leaves. The disease is called citrus huanglongbing, which refers to one of its symptoms, the yellow shoots it produces on trees. HLB is believed to have originated in China at least a century ago. Infected trees eventually produce misshapen fruit with green, bitter, commercially worthless juice. The fruit also falls to the ground early, further shrinking a crop. In four to six years, HLB systematically shuts down a trees circulatory system the tree cant feed itself and makes it more vulnerable to other diseases. Ultimately, it dies. While some efforts have successfully slowed HLBs progress, the states crop continues to hemorrhage fruit and trees. Florida will produce 115 million boxes of oranges during the season that began Oct. 1 thats fewer than any since 198990, the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates. In a five year period between 2007 and 2011, HLB cost the state 8,257 jobs and $4.5 billion in lost revenue, a University of Florida IFAS study found. If you add indirect costs and labor income, that figure is more than $9 billion lost roughly the states yearly revenue from citrus. If this continues, it wont be the significant major industry in Florida it has been in the past, said Ron Edwards, president of Evans Properties, which operates 12,000 acres of citrus groves in Charlotte, Pasco, Hernando, Hillsborough, Okeechobee, Indian River and Martin counties. It would be a real change in just the nature and culture of Florida, I think, to not have citrus be the industry it has been. Meanwhile, the price of not-from-concentrate orange juice rose steadily from about $5 a gallon before HLB appeared in Florida to more than $7 a gallon. If this continues to go like this, you cant raise the price much more, Mr. Edwards said. Already consumers are revolting against that price.Race for the cureFarmers are doing what they can to control the progress of greening themselves and with some success. They arent strangers to adversity, of course, having weathered freezes, drought, hurricanes and other pests. Just prior to HLB, the industry lost a significant portion of trees to canker, a disease that effects the fruit cosmetically. I think a better explanation would be that we arent looking at total devastation as much as were cautiously optimistic were going to find better ways of dealing with this disease, said Mr. Hamel of Gulf Citrus Growers. The Boyd Method is the most widely used strategy so far to combat greening. Named after its creator, the Florida farmer Maury Boyd, its known for being effective but expensive. It requires a cocktail of pesticides and nutrients that has in some cases effectively halted the progress of HLB, even though most dont consider it a long-term solution. It almost doubled the cost per acre of producing citrus from eight years ago to around $2,000, Mr. Hamel said, but its partly based on common sense: If youre fighting a disease, if you can eat better and exercise and try to keep yourself in better shape, then the chances of you fighting off or warding off some of these diseases is better than if youre not in good health, he said.Science seeks answersSome farmers believe genetically engineered fruit is the future of the industry. The solution to the problem as I see it is genetic, said Mr. English of Alva. At some point, were going to have to come up with varieties of citrus that arent susceptible to it. Weve got a wonderful agricultural department in this country and in this state. They do a lot of good work. I think theyre capable of ultimately resolving it but its going to take a lot of money and probably a considerable amount of time. Researchers and scientists waging the fight against HLB havent ruled anything out, said Dr. Harold W. Browning, Ph.D. Widely cited as a leading expert on HLB, he is chief operations officer of the Citrus Research and Development Foundation in Lake Alfred. Formed to combat greening, it helps funnel financial resources to research efforts. Without a silver bullet cure for HLB, researchers are casting a wide net, testing a variety of short-, middleand long-term solutions. The efforts are directed toward three areas: the insect that spreads the disease, the bacteria it carries and the trees themselves. Dr. Browning has not ruled out any options. Researchers have already been able to breed trees that appear to be more HLB tolerant. Were trying to work on all fronts, Dr. Browning said. I dont think most of us feel it will have to be genetic engineering. Were investing widely in all the options because its essentially a race where you have to bet on all the horses, because any horses that cross the finish line are winners. One stopgap strategy is thermal therapy. A plastic tent is put over a tree and the raised temperature debilitates bacteria at least above ground. Psyllids have been reduced through pesticides and methods designed to disrupt their breeding progress. Chemicals were tested that would reduce the amount of bacteria in a tree so it could recover and maintain its health. Dr. Browning is also encouraging growers to replant even though many are reluctant to do that for fear those trees will become infected, too. Its not clear yet what total percentage of the states trees are infected because HLB takes time to show its progress. Even in a small tree it may take up to a year to see the first symptoms; in a larger tree, two or three years. The earlier symptoms include mottling of the foliage, and unhealthy-looking branches. Unfortunately because such a high percentage of the trees are effected, some growers are abandoning the whole grove once the decline reaches a point where it isnt economically viable, Dr. Browning said. CITRUSFrom page 1 The citrus industry is worth $9 billion in Florida by far the largest producer of citrus in the United States. It includes about 125,000 acres of citrus production in the ve counties of Southwest Florida, which account for about 25 percent of the states production. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE Trees infected with HLB produce fruit that is green, bitter and worthless. HLB attacks a trees circulatory system. Got Download?The iPad AppIts FREE! Visit us online at www.FloridaWeekly.comSearch Florida Weekly in the iTunes App Store today.iPad is a registered trademark of Apple, Inc. All rights reserved. Its Local. Its Entertaining. Its Mobile.

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The Council of Hispanic Business Professionals holds its next networking meeting at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at McCormick & Schmicks in Mercato. Call 449-8668 or email The Collier Building Industry Association holds a business mixer from 5:307:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at Executive Electronics of Southwest Florida, 28741 S. Diesel Drive in Bonita Springs. $15 for members, $25 for others. Sign up by calling 436-6100 or visiting at (no walk-ins). Business After Five for members and guests of the Greater Naples Chamber of Commerce takes place from 5:307:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at The Hotel Escalante, 290 Fifth Ave. S. $8 for members, $25 for others. Sign up at www. The 2014 East Naples Business Expo and Taste of the Expo takes place from 2-6 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 21, at new Hope Ministries on Davis Boulevard. Sponsors are Minto Communities, The Arlington and Windstar on Naples Bay. 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AMERIVEST REALTY | NAPLES, FL 239.280.5433 | VISIT WWW.DAVIDNAPLES.COM FOR MORE DETAILS! Mediterra Villa$949,000 REDUCED Aqualane Shores Lot$2,599,000 ~ 81x151x139x159 SOLD Mediterra Estate Home$1,999,999 PENDING Mediterra Villa Home$959,000 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1-4 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYA GUIDE TO THE LOCAL REAL ESTATE INDUSTRYREAL ESTATE B11 WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014House Hunting:224 LITTLE HARBOUR LANEThis classic Bermuda-style home set behind the private gates of Little Harbour offers immediate and transferrable Port Royal membership to new owners. Newly painted and furnished, this home has all impact glass windows and Armour screens for the sliding doors. The open and airy floor plan offers five bedrooms, 5 baths and a study. Highlights include stone floors, gas fireplace, a new media wall in the family room and a kitchen ready for the gourmet. Outdoors, there is an infinity-edge pool and spa, summer kitchen and pool bath. The property has southwestern exposure and overlooks lake and fountain. Community boat slips are available for lease. Karen Van Arsdale of Premier Sothebys International Realty has the listing for $4.875 million. For more information or to arrange a showing, call 860-0894. COURTESY PHOTOS


any right, title, interest or otherwise to use all planned Club facilities, but rather an opportunity to join, subject to the payment of assessments, fees and applicable regulations. Development and construction of these facilities is contingent upon receipt of all applicable governmental permits and approvals. All club facilities and the private golf courses as presently proposed are not constructed nor will all proposed facilities be located within the property encompassed in the Fiddlers Creek PUD. Development and construction of these facilities is contingent upon receipt of all applicable governmental permits and approvals. Gulf Bay Homes Ltd, Fiddlers Residential, LLC, Fiddlers Creek Realty, Inc. Licensed Real Estate Broker. ORAL REPRESENTA TIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER, BROKER OR SELLER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATION S, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND, IF APPLICABLE, THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY FLORIDA LAW TO BE FURNISHED TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. All features, amenities, prices and availability are subject to change without notice. Ownership of property within Fiddlers Creek does not entitle an Owner to EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY AMADOR by D.R. HortonFrom $404,990 CHIASSO by D.R. HortonFrom $529,990 MILLBROOK by Lennar From $337,990 RUNAWAY BAY by Lennar From $612,990 SONOMA by LennarFrom $284,990 MAJORCA by Stock From $619,990 MAHOGANY BEND by Stock ISLA DEL SOL by Stock From $739,990From $979,990 plus homesite P P P reC onstruction from th e r r r e e C C o o n n n s s t t r r r u u c c t t i i o o o n n n f f r r r o o m m m t t h h e e $ 30 0 $ $ $ $ 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 s s s 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 1 1 4 4 4 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2006 2014 Amador Offered by D. R. Horton 9193 Campanile Cir. 3BR/2BA 1,983 A/C Sq. Ft. $474,912 9241 Campanile Cir. 3BR/2BA 1,983 A/C Sq. Ft. $470,222 Chiasso Offer ed by D. R. Horton 9305 Campanile Circle 3 BR/3.5BA 2,583 A/C Sq. Ft. $670,644 Sonoma O f fered by Lennar Homes 3149 Aviamar Cir. # 3012 3BR/2BA 1,741 A/C Sq. Ft. $283,655 3149 Aviamar Cir. # 3022 3BR/2BA 2,110 A/C Sq. Ft. $303,655 Millbrook Of fered by Lennar Homes 3014 A viamar Cir. 3BR/3BA 2,032 A/C Sq. Ft. $442,120 Runaway Bay O f fered by Lennar Homes 3425 Runaway Bay Ln. 3BR/4BA 3,659 A/C Sq. Ft. $899,365 Majorca Offer ed by S tock 8592 Major ca Lane 3BR/3BA 2,719 A/C Sq. Ft. $934,425 Mahogany Bend Offer ed by Stock 3733 Mahogany Bend Dr 4BR/3.5BA 3,333 A/C Sq. Ft. $1,281,745 3772 Mahogany Bend Dr 4BR/4.5BA 3,174 A/C Sq. Ft. $1,163,888 Isla del Sol Of fer ed by Stock 3824 Isla del Sol W ay 4BR/4.5BA 3,597 A/C Sq. Ft. $1,563,275 Mulberry Row 7710 Mulberry Lane 3BR/3.5BA 3,025 A/C Sq. Ft. $845,000 Callista 2731 Aviamar Cir. #10-104 3BR/3BA 2,502 A/C Sq. Ft. $335,000 Serena 3195 Serenity Court #7-201 3BR/3BA 3,010 A/C Sq. Ft. $389,000 P P P P l us l l u u s s ... . .. M ov e-in-Ready H o me s M M M M o o v v e e i i n n R R R e e a a a d d y y H H o o m m m e e s s S d D ollar WINNER MM M COMMUNITY CO CO MM MM UN UN IT IT Y Y COM O CO M OF THE O OF T T HE O O Y Y Y A A EA R EA A R R 20 0 12 2 & 2 01 3 3 2012 & 2013 20 20 12 12 & & 2 2 01 3 3 Fiddlers Creek Information Center: Open 7 days a week, 9am to 5:30pm 8152 Fiddlers Creek Pkwy., Naples, FL 34114


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Dedicated to Being the Best239-404-8222 ROBYN PFISTER GRIFFIN 4021 Gulf Shore Blvd. N., #1106 $2,295,000 320 3rd Avenue S. $1,100,000 $3,150,000$725,000 $549,000 $3,850,000OLD NAPLES BRITTANY PARK SHORE SANDY CAY OLD NAPLES CAP FERRAT PELICAN BAY 625 5th Avenue S., #PH 02 SOLD $1,050,000OLD NAPLES LIVINGSTON WOODSMARBELLA PELICAN BAYCHESAPEAKE POINTE 4451 Gulf Shore Blvd. N., #1504 $849,000SOLAMAR PARK SHORE PENDING SOLD NEW LISTING NEW LISTING


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6459 Highcroft Drive $1,695,0004BR+Den ~ 4-1/2 Baths Golf Course View4420 Brynwood Drive $1,759,0004BR+Den ~ 4-1/2 Baths Preserve View4642 Idylwood Lane $1,850,0004BR+Den ~ 4-1/2 Baths Preserve View6271 Highcroft Drive $2,295,0004BR+Den ~ 5 Full & 2 Half Baths Golf & Lake View6434 Dunberry Lane $2,295,000 4BR+Den ~ 5 Full & 2 Half Baths Golf & Lake View13650 Pondview Circle $2,295,0004BR+Den ~ 5-1/2 Baths Golf & Lake View28830 Blaisdell Drive $2,395,0004BR+Den ~ 4-1/2 Baths Golf & Lake View6559 Highcroft Drive $2,495,0004BR+Den ~ 4 Full & 2 Half Baths Golf, Lake & Preserve View4427 Wayside Drive $2,950,000 4BR+Den ~ 5 Full Baths Golf & Preserve View For Details Call STEVE LEVITAN (239) 269-4700 A 7DAYFOR 2 Caribbean Cruise FD ilCll S TEVELEVITAN (2 3 9 ) 2 6 9 47 0 0 You will receive this cruise by being the FIRST to mention this ad to us AND contract to Buy or Build a home in Quail West using Levitan Realty. OPEN HOUSESunday, January 19th from 14pm OPEN HOUSESunday, January 19th from 14pm OPEN HOUSESunday, January 19th from 14pm OPEN HOUSESunday, January 19th from 14pm OPEN HOUSESunday, January 19th from 14pm OPEN HOUSESunday, January 19th from 14pm Quail West


Broker participation welcomed. Oral representations cannot be relied upon as correctly stating the representations of the developer. For correct representations reference should be made to the documents required by section 718.503, Florida Statutes, to be furnished by a d eveloper to a buyer or lessee. Not an offering where prohibited by state law. Prices subject to change without notice. The best lifestyle in Naples Flats Casitas TownhomesAll this brought to you by the Builder of the Year in the Community of the Year for six years in a row!Come see Ols 30 ready-to-move-in residences this weekend and discover the unique appeal of our unbeatable lifestyled community. Tour all of Ols luxurious models and our award-winning 20,000 sq. ft. Village Center.priced from the low $200s and selling fast! INVENTORY FLOORPLAN UNIT BED/BATH SALE PRICESan Clemente 4003 2/2 $219,990 Santa Isabella 4203 2/2.5 $224,780 Santa Ana End 4005 3/2.5 $224,990 San Fernando 4205 2/2 $230,825 Santa Maria 4306 2/2.5 $240,640 Santa Monica 4307 2/2.5 $250,880 San Fernando 4305 2/2 $257,260 Santa Monica 4509 2/2.5 $259,790 San Benito 4504 2/2 $288,980 Santa Barbara 4210 3/2.5 $297,260 UP TO $7,500TOWARD OPTIONS & UPGRADES 239.793.2100 | www.lely-resort.comSales Center Directions: I-75 to exit 101, go west. Right on Grand Lely Drive. 8020 Grand Lely Drive, Naples, Florida 34113 ti on wel com ed. Or al rep res ent ati ons ca nno tb er eli ed upo na sc orr ect ly sta tin gt he rep res ent ati o 239 S S al e ale s s R ig ht R R


FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 B23 BUY TODAYthenlive it up tomorrow 11571 Verandah Boulevard, Fort Myers, FL 888-431-8006Directions: From I-75 take Exit 141. Right on Palm Beach Boulevard for 2 miles to Verandah. Purchase one of our move-in-ready homes and you could be living the good life tomorrow.Kolter Homes at Verandah features spacious, open oorplans of 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms starting from the $200s. Each nestled among the quiet, serene setting of Verandah including 2 Championship Golf Courses, miles of walking trails, riverside clubhouse and more. New single-family homes from the mid $200s. Estate homes from the $600s. Looking for Paradise?e Quarry oers a white sand beach, boating, golf, shing, kayaking, swimming, tennis & dining! Call e Rawn GroupLloyd: Monica: (239) 272-3468 REAL ESTATE ROUNDUP Site work has begun on Estero Place, a gated community by Neal Communities on 53 acres at the southwest corner of Three Oaks Parkway and Corkscrew Road in Estero. The development will consist of 100 single-family homes ranging in size from 1,870 square feet to 2,600 square feet, with prices starting in the high $200,000s. For more information, visit London Bay Homes newest Girona model home at Mediterra is nearing completion. With three bedrooms and 3 baths, it is the third Girona model designed by Michael Scott of Romanza Interior Design and the fourth built by London Bay Homes in Mediterra. The 3,500-square-foot model is underway in the Cortile neighborhood and overlooks a nature preserve. The sense of spaciousness is enhanced by 12-foot ceilings in the main living areas and 10-foot sliding glass walls in the great room and breakfast nook, leading to the pool deck and living area equipped with a full summer kitchen. The Gironas 4,804 total square feet can be enlarged to 5,800 with selected options. The newest model has a threecar garage and a fountain in the entry courtyard. Priced at $2.195 million fully furnished, the new model is expected to open later this month. Home and home site packages in Cortile are priced from $1.2 million. Villa and estate floor plans range from 3,000 square feet to more than 10,000 square feet of living space. Only six villa home sites remain in Cortile. For more information, call (866) 954-8939 or visit A spring opening is planned for the new Bonita National Golf & Country Club, a Lennar Homes community east of Interstate 75 at the end of Bonita Beach Road. The development will have an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Gordon Lewis along with a community clubhouse and fitness center, swimming pool and more than 200 acres of lakes, conservation area and walking trails. Lennar purchased the property, known as the Lee-Hendry Holdings, in September.For pre-sales information, call Michelle May at 707-2938 or email Designers Chad Elkins and Kelley Bridwell of Clive Daniel Home have been selected by T he Lutg ert Companies to provide interior furnishings and accessories for a new condominium residence in the Tavira high-rise at Bonita Bay. The three-bedroom, four-bath home will be done in a transitional/coastal style with a palate of whites, grays and touches of black and royal blue. When completed this spring, it will be offered fully furnished for $2.289 million. The 26-story Tavira is one of six towers that comprise the high-rises Bonita Bay. The Lutg ert Company reports the tower is 90 percent sold. Appointments include private elevator lobbies, gas fireplaces in the great rooms and summer kitchens on screened terraces. Residents and their guests have access to a club room with a bar and catering kitchen, a 10-seat theater, card and game rooms, a health club with a fitness center, an indoor golf simulator, steam and massage rooms and two designerfurnished suites for overnight guests. Stock Signature Homes has opened the four-bedroom, 3 bath Muirfield III, a fully furnished model home in the village of Mahogany Bend at Fiddlers Creek. The home has 3,255 square feet of air-conditioned living space and 4,823 total square feet.Interior design by KVS Interiors includes upgraded kitchen cabinets and granite countertops, plus wood shelving in the pantry. The kitchen also boasts natural stone floors as do the great room areas. Hardwood flooring is featured in the den, dining room, and master suite. The model home also incorporates custom wood detailed ceilings and impact glass throughout as well as 10-foot sliding glass doors.The Muirfield III is available for purchase fully furnished on a leaseback option for $1,281,745.The village of Mahogany Bend has 53 single-family home sites with golf or water views. Homes range from 3,174 square feet under air to 3,525 square feet under air. Each residence has a three-car garage and three front elevations from which to choose.The entrance to Fiddlers Creek is off Collier Boulevard between Naples and Marco Island. For more information, call 732-9300, visit the sales center or go to The Girona by London Bay Homes in Mediterra




Nestled within a pristine natural setting just minutes from Downtown Naples, Floridas preeminent homebuilder is creating a colorful update of classic coastal living. Single Family Model Homes are now open for preview tours at The Isles of Collier Preserve! The community Grand Opening is planned for February. Inspired by the timeless architecture and traditions of Old Naples, these elegant new model homes overlook miles of scenic kayak and biking trails. With over half its 2,400 acres dedicated to lakes, nature preserves and natural habitat, outdoor-inspired amenities will complete an extraordinary new community where the magic of Old Naples and Mother Nature still coexist. No CDD Fees Unlike many of our competitors, The Isles of Collier Preserve has been developed without utilizing Community Development District (CDD) Funding. This means you wont see annual CDD assessments on your tax bill, which saves you thousands of dollars over the life of your home! Once you compare, the choice is clearly Minto. Luxury Single Family and Coach Homes from the low $ 400 s to high $ 700 s Visit today for your personal tour of the new model homes! Inspired by nature... imagined by Minto. A setting only nature could create. A lifestyle only Minto could bring to Naples.For more information call (888) 707-1251 | 5445 Caribe Avenue, Naples, FL 34113 951 95 1 84 Da vis BoulevardGolden Gate Pk wy. Pine Ridge Road5th Av e.NAPLESNaples Ba yRookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reser ve Hamilton Harbor Dollar BayGulf of MexicoOF C O LL I ER P RE S E R V E N Exit 10 5 Airport Pulling Road Naples Bay, Today Minto Communities, LLC 2013. All rights reserved. Content may not be reproduced, copied, altered, distributed, stored or tran sferred in any form or by any means without express written permission. Artists renderings, dimensions, speci cations, prices and features are approximate and subject to change without notice. Minto, the Minto logo, The Isles of Collier Preserve and The Isles of Collier Preserve logo are trademarks of Minto Communities, LLC and/or its a liates. Oral representations cannot be relied upon as correctly stating the representations of the developer. For correct representations, make reference to the purchase agreement and homeowner documents, including the documents required by section 718.503, Florida Statutes, to be furnished by a developer to a buyer or lessee in condominium communities. Not an o er where prohibited by state statutes. CGC 1519880. 1/2014minto creates better places to inspire life Located on US 41/Tamiami Trail East, just south of Thomasson Drive. From I-75, take Exit 105 and travel west on Golden Gate Parkway to Airport Pulling Road. Exit to the right, then turn left onto Airport Pulling Road and continue 3 miles to US 41/Tamiami Trail East (US 41). Turn left and continue 2.5 miles to The Isles of Collier Preserve entrance on the right.For more information about our award-winning homes and communities throughout Florida, visit On the south shore of Naples Bay Single Family Model Homes Now Open for Preview Tours! *National Association of Home Builders GOLD AWARD winner for Community of the Year, the only Florida Winner in 33 years, and NAHB Gold Award for Best Clubhouse. CALL ANGELA BAVETTACopyright 2014, Miromar Development Corporation. Miromar Realty is a registered mark of Miromar Development Corporation. Ask the Experts We Know Miromar!FIND YOUR HOME IN MIROMAR LAKES BEACH & GOLF CLUB, THE #1 COMMUNITY IN THE UNITED STATES*01151614-0024 BELLINI


The Wolf of Wall Street penthouse becomes star of Manhattan real estate TOPTENREALESTATEDEALS.COMQuickly becoming Midtown Manhattans iconic statement of wealth and glamour since the release of the Martin Scorsese-Leonardo DiCaprio autobiographical film of Wall Street power broker Jordan Belforts financial demise, this penthouse is a movie star in its own right. The lobby of the Milan Condominium has been seen many times in TVs Gossip Girl and Curb Your Enthusiasm, but who knew that just upstairs was a penthouse so breathtaking it was chosen as the fictional home of a man who could buy anything with an income of $1 million a day? Though the movie The Wolf of Wall Street portrays everything the newly wealthy shouldnt do, the real life Mr. Belforts book of the same name also gives the four-point formula of how to achieve peak success. After being set free from his eventual four-year prison sentence after only 22 months, he is now giving motivational lectures worldwide to explain his four-point success formula and what not to do once that success is attained. When the official movie trailer, known to pick the most spectacular scenes, chooses interior scenes from the penthouse with its stunning Manhattan-Hudson River views, one knows immediately that this is a residence to be envied. Now on the market and 32 floors high, this 2,500-squarefoot, three-bedroom, four-bath terraced apartment is awaiting its next owner. Ten-foot glass walls fill the home with light by day and city lights by night, making it an elegant venue for daily living and dramatic entertaining. Included are wide plank bleached oak flooring, two fireplaces, a chefs island kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances and wine storage. Bedrooms are en suite and the master suite, with its own fireplace and terrace has a bath with 6-foot soaking tub and large glass steam shower. The luxury building has a 24-hour doorman, concierge, residents garden, fitness center and garage. Located only steps from world-class restaurants, Whole Foods and shopping, there is also the 421 Tax Abatement in place through June 2017. The asking price for the Leonardo DiCaprio penthouse is $6.495 million. FLORIDA WEEKLYB26 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 li h t b i h t s e su p ba tu sh in g ma ga r g a r f 850 5th Avenue South #C | Naples, FL 34102 | Cell 239.272.8494 | PattiFortune@gmail.comMARBELLA LAKESYour Community Specialist & Neighbor www.OwnInNaples.com6665 MARBELLA LANE, # 102 $289,900Rare rst oor 2 + den, 2 bath condo with the largest backyard, located across the street from the community center. Open oor plan with lots of upgrades! 6764 DEL MAR TER. $924,900Exquisite Marbella Lakes home with every upgrade imaginable! 35 camera security, surround sound, rst oor cabana with bar, and much more! DREAM POOL6568 MARBELLA LANE $509,900Move right into this model-like home that is almost new. A previous vacation home that was meticulously styled, but rarely used. Home comes with all furnishings! SOUTHERN EXPOSURE TONS OF UPGRADES6871 DEL MAR TER | $479,900You just found your dream home! A fully furnished, professionally decorated Barcelona home with lots of windows, overlooking a peaceful lake. is oor plan was the builders model! Yes, it is awesome! One look and you will fall in love. So many custom touches such as Hunter Douglas accordion shades... and only steps to the very active community center with tennis, basketball, tness room and large resort style pool, all run by the best director of fun in town! All this and one of Central Naples lowest maintenance fees you will nd. is home will not last long! BUILDERS MODEL


Offered at $1,260,000 MLS#213510787Renovated & professionally decorated 2+DEN/3BA residence in Windward Cay offers exotic granites & thermodore appliances. This open-lifestyle & living concept home features full loft, 2 lanais & 1 car garage with island kitchen, shaker style custom cabinetry, wide plank hardwood oors as well as custom closets & storage space. Located in the heart of Olde Naples, just 2 blocks from the beach & 1 block from 5th Aves historical shopping & dining district.Your Direct Access to Naples Finest Communities Judy Hansen 239.248.4735 Judy@JudyHansenHomes.comJorge Velasquez 239.293.5427 Jorge.Velasquez@FloridaMoves.comVisit for more information.Florida Style Blends With Contemporary Elegance!550 5th Ave. South Naples, FL 34102Where Real Estates A Breeze All renderings, pricing, specications, and information is subject to changeDante DiSabato, Broker AssociateEncore Realty, LLC2240 Venetian Court, Naples, FL Cell: 239.537.5351 Forest Lakes | 163 Forest Lakes Blvd., #1012 Bedroom, 2.5 Baths. 1189 sq. with detached garage, courtyard home. Great investment opportunity. Centrally located within Naples. $178,500 Olde Naples | 241 7th Avenue NorthOlde Naples Single Family New Construction. 7 homes from the beach! 5,069 sq. A/C space with 3-car garage. 4 bedroom + den, 5.5 baths and cabana unit. Resort style pool with separate outdoor kitchen. $4,287,000Moorings | 3170 Crayton RoadMoorings Single Family New Construction. Large corner lot with yard! 4,106 sq. A/C space with 3-car garage. 3 bedroom + den, lo, 4.5 bath. Huge pool, outdoor kitchen and expansive back yard. Optional cabana. $3,075,000Marbella Lakes | 6610 Marbella Dr.Located in Marbella Lakes. 2,439 sq. single family home. Hurricane impact glass, room for pool. 3 bedroom + den, 3 bath with southern exposure. $484,900 Location Location Location!


NEW MODELS OPEN HOUSE DAILY EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY Values From $1,250,000 Spacious Residences From 3,500 to 5,500 Sq. Ft. of Living Area Visit Today To Experience Luxury At Its FinestOffered Exclusively by PACT Realty 13675 Vanderbilt Dr. at Wiggins Pass Rd. | Naples, FL 34110 |(239) 591-2727 MON-SAT, 10am-5pm SUN, Noon to 5pm | www.aqua-naples.comORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING REPRESENTATIONS OF THE DEVELOPER FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, M AKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A DEVELOPER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. At Pelican Isle At Pelica n Isl e THE NEW WAVE IN LUXURY WATERFRONT LIVINGA boutique tower condominium unlike any other, AQUA offers its fortunate residents the ultimate in waterfront living. With only 48 residences, you are assured a sense of privacy. Brand-new three and four-bedroom plans Amenities include boat slips for purchase with direct gulf access, a resort-style pool, state-of-the-art movie theater, Sky Lounge with expansive rooftop terrace, and so much more. All in the heart of Naples and the consummate lifestyle this world-class destination has to offer. Come for a visit. Stay forever. While youre on our website, tour thousands of other properties from SW Florida, or even from around the U.S. Value SelectionsOLD NAPLES 239.434.0101 CENTRAL 239.261.6622 CHARLESTON SQ 239.643.3636 UPTOWN 239.598.0059 BONITA/ESTERO 239.498.9200 SANIBEL 239.472.2411See multiple photos & detailed descriptions of all our OPEN HOUSES: WORTHINGTON, 13204 Sherburne Cir #801 First oor comfortably furnished Canterbury carriage home. Great room oor plan with separate casual family room, formal DR. Tranquil lake view with east exposure. 2+Den/2 (C9484) Diane Rudd, 405.1862 $208,500 SPRING LAKES, 11761 Forest Mere Dr Very well maintained home close to parks and recreational activities. Short drive to beaches. Roll down shutters, cathedral ceilings and large two car garage. 3/2 (H7535) Mike Hagan, 910.4359 $220,000 OLDE HICKORY GOLF & CC, 14947 Hickory Greens #22 One of Ft Myers best values in bundled golf. Charming villa features light and open oor plan with beautiful lake and golf views. Comfortably furnished, sold turnkey. 2+Den/2 (V1832) Teresa Flack, 822.7979 $195,000 CARLTON LAKES, 5435 Worthington Ln #103 Short sale-bank price-unit ground oor, lovely water views, upgraded cabinets. Needs a bit of TLC-LOWEST PRICE-Gated comm, pools, tennis bocce. Good investment. 2/2 (C9692) Judy Richardson, 216.1388 $168,000 BERMUDA POINTE, 28940 Bermuda Pointe Cir #102 Minutes from the beach and shopping. Gated community with pool, spa and outdoor grilling. Cute rst oor unit o ered furnished. Very pet friendly. 2/2 (C9868) Diana Coyle, 220-4534 $150,000 CYPRESS WOODS GOLF & CC, 2710 Cypress Trace Cir #3013Great investment property. 1st oor unit with lanai leading to 17th fairway and golf view. Almost 1200 sq. ft. Master has view of golf, master bath with double sinks. 2/2 (C9690) Suzanne Klym, 571.1834 $135,000 MARCO BEACH, 1 67 Collier Blvd #H-4 Cream pu Light and bright 1st oor condo. Family-owned for 40 years! Extensively updated and well-maintained. O ered furnished. Wonderful location close to beach. 1/1 (C7616) Albie Varoski, 659.6393 $109,000 FOREST LAKES, 680 Woodshire Ln, #H-9 Own this spacious 3-bed unit with long golf course views. Only minutes to shopping and the beaches. Steps to the pool. 3/2 (C9409) Keith Marvelle, 659.6344 $185,000 HERITAGE BAY, 10317 Heritage Bay Blvd #1413 2/2 features West views from lanai, overlooking lake, preserve and 15th hole. Heritage Bay has 27 holes of golf, tennis, swimming, tness and great Club house. 2/2 (C9286) Douglas Treadwell, 919-2002, Nate Treadwell, 849-5706 $167,500 FURSE LAKES, 196 Furse Lakes Cir #10 One of Naples best-kept secrets. Lovingly updated and turnkey furnished, just bring your toothbrush. Enjoy co ee on lanai overlooking lake. Minutes from beach. 2/2 (C9805) Sally Kellogg, 571-5445 $149,900 SPANISH HARBOR, 9395 Pennsylvania Ave #35 Great rental potential. Gulf access condo with common boat docks available. End unit is bright and airy with screened lanai overlooking community pool. Open oor plan. 2/2 (C9822) Roger Brunswick, 689.6457 $127,000 BONITA PINES, 25804 Cockleshell Dr #B213 Exceptional price and low fees in the heart of Bonita Springs, turnkey furnished, with pool, ready for your escape! Newer AC, washer and dryer! 2/2 (C9700) Garren Grup, 289.8619 $100,000 MOORINGS, 1964 Alamanda Dr #9 Location and Remodeled! Charming condo west of 41 within walking or biking to private Moorings Beach. Low HOA fees and easy rental for investors. Rare jewel and will not last! 2/2 (C9576) Missy Bonello, 572.4546 $179,000 DEAUVILLE LAKE CLUB, 5784 Deauville Cir #108 Amazing lake view from south facing lanai. Enjoy two heated pools, clubhouse, tennis, covered shufeboard, Mix and Mingles during season. Tastefully decorated. 3/2 (C9733) Cathi Bruce, 776-1880 $164,900 GOLDEN GATE ESTATES, 4242 40th St NE Completely fenced and well maintained, this home is pretty and private. Come see it today. You wont be disappointed. 3/2 (H7803) Kim Ellis, 269.7025 $149,000 COLONIAL COUNTRY CLUB, 9647 Hemingway Ln, #3407 Carefree living comes with this stunning carriage home snuggled in Colonial Country Club. For your pleasure tennis, pool, clubhouse, tness center and more! 2/2 (C9355) Nina Link, 357.5058 $120,000 PINE HAVEN CONDO, 28130 Pine Haven Way #20 A ordable Florida living, low HOA fees, close to Bonita Beach, shopping and dining. Located halfway between Naples and Ft. Myers. Community pool, clubhouse, tennis. 2/2 (C9569) Kyle Suhr, 860.4663 $87,900 VANDERBILT LAKES, 3940 Lee war d Passage Ct #105 Charming 1st oor condo o ers split oor plan with spacious LR and dining area with new carpet throughout. Very private and peaceful lanai overlooking lush landscape. 2/2 (C9853) Greg Gorman, PA, 784.2841 $175,000 FALLING WATERS, 2225 Hidden Lake Dr #2 Only 3BR unit on market in Jasmine Court! Only about 100 yards from resort-style pool. O ered turnkey furnished. All tile. 2nd oor with private preserve view. 3/2 (C9848) Annemarie Giannini, 289-1820 $164,500 BERKSHIRE LAKES, 595 Mardel Dr #402 First oor lake view condo. Electric storm shutter, turnkey furnished. ree pools, walking paths, shing pier, clubhouse, tennis, all within walking distance. 2/2 (C9775) Mike Dodge, 784.1863 $140,000 PALM RIVER, 161 Wading Bird Cir #102 240 unit complex, walking distance to grocery, shops and restaurants. 3 miles to Gulf. 2 pools and clubhouse. Full time maintenance. Designated covered parking. 2/2 (C9883) Carole Carpenter, 249.2111 $119,000 EAGLE CREEK, 746 Eagle Creek Dr #204 Priced for quick sale! Very tastefully redecorated with new paint, carpet, SS appliances and new furnishings, this cozy condo makes great rental or vacation retreat. 1/1 (C9269) Jay & Chris Siemers, 250.4009 $49,900 PELICAN SOUND, 20940 Island Sound Cir #104 Bundled golf community with beach access, o ered turnkey furnished. Lanai area enclosed for extra living space. 2/2 (C9466) Dennis Brando, PA, 777-2428 $174,900 LELY COUNTRY CLUB, 415 Augusta Blvd #111 Clean updated ground oor condo! Incredible view of lake. Updated kitchen and bath. Furnished, ready for season! Custom cabinets, granite, tiled oors. Carport. 2/2 (C9806) Patrick Ru 633.6527 $158,500 BLUE HERON, 7814 Great Heron Way #102 Cute, clean and perfect 1st oor unit steps away from your covered parking and the club pool. Features tile in the main living areas and carpeted bedrooms. 2/2 (C9150) Monte Gerard, 784.4437 $139,000 SHADOW WOOD PRESERVE, 1462 Churchill Cir #203 Bright clean condo in popular Berkshire Village. 2 beds, 2 baths. Close to all amenities. Fresh paint, new tile, new A/C in 2011. 2/2 (C9870) Gillian Packwood, 659.6167 $111,900 WILDERNESS, 104 Clubhouse Dr #272 Its all about the view!! Condo features spacious rooms and Gated Community. Long Fairway views and great views of natures nest. Priced to sell quickly. 2/2 (C8634) Bill Verdonk, 293.7441 $49,000 MILANO, 15885 Marcello Cir Beautiful townhouse located in N. Naples! Attached garage, private screened lanai, spacious master BR with walk-in closet, dual sinks in master BA, volume ceilings. 3/2.5 (C9772) Zach Anderson, 273-0210 $195,500 MOON LAKE, 1262 Jardin Dr Gated Pool Community o Davis Blvd. Single Family, tile roof home with large, private backyard. Perfect starter or investment home. 4 miles to Old Naples and beaches. 2/2 (H7659) Heidemarie Klimt-Grampp, 784.5086 $172,900 VICTORIA LAKES, 9580 Victoria Ln #105 Lakefront and lovely! Turnkey-furnished condo is move-in ready and boasts excellent North Naples location just minutes from beach, shopping and entertainment. 2/2 (C9770) Deborah Hylemon, 659.6372 $152,500 GLADES, 296 Winners Cir #4 Location! Closest in to Gulf, bundled golf: Par 70 and par 55 courses. Spacious 2nd oor with golf course and lake views. Minutes to 5th Avenue shops and dining. 2/2 (C9794) Heather Zurlo, 580.8019 $137,500 OSPREY COVE, 19750 Osprey Cove Blvd #215 2nd r condo in elevator bldg. with carport. Screened lanai with fabulous lake views. Laundry in residence. Gated community with pool/spa/ clubhouse/ tness center. 2/2 (C9731) Anita Colletti, 250-0700 $109,900 A VE MARIA, 4179 Lancaster St Pulte Denison oor plan, resale. Features large corner lot, screened lanai, close to top-rated schools, downtown Ave Maria, dining, Publix, parks and trails. 3/2 (H7728) Karen Sweatlock, 860.5137, Robert Campbell, 281.6571 $200,000 VERONA POINTE, 16139 Ravina Way WOW! Long lake view with landscaping and palm trees. 1st oor all tile, stainless kitchen appliances, granite counters, screened lanai. Upstairs upgraded carpet. 3/2 (C9671) Jackie K. Hauserman, 272.7219 $214,900 WORTHINGTON, 13259 Sherburne Cir #2203 Popular Winchester carriage home w/ garage, open floor plan w/large enclosed lanai. Open windows to feel gentle breezes. Newer appliances & granite counters. 2+Den/2 (C9510) Sharon Hammond-Turnblad, 851.6918 $205,000 STRATFORD PLACE, 1212 Oxford Ln Rarely available end unit townhouse with 2 car garage. Move-in condition. Tile throughout the living area. Southern exposure, lake view. Desirable school district. 3/2 (H7726) Roxane Menna, 398-8635 $219,900 VINEYARDS, 97 Silver Oaks Cir #2102 Bright, open and immaculate condo with expansive SW golf views features tile throughout and AC new in 2012! Attached garage, short walk to pool, some furnishings convey. 2/2 (C9831) JoAnn Aycock, 777.2743 $198,000 IMPERIAL GOLF ESTATES, 1320 Charleston Square Dr #202 2 bedroom, 2 bath condo with sunroom, golf course view. Tile in living area, granite countertops in kitchen, new high-e ciency AC in 2010. 2+Den/2 (C9676) Debora Frost, 250.8701 $209,000 HIGHLIGHTED LISTINGS WILL BE OPEN ON SUNDAY JANUARY 19, 2014


FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 B29www.JackiStrategos.comJacki Strategos GRI, CREN, SRES, e-Pro239-370-1222JStrategos@att.netRichard Droste 1,880 s.f., ground level condo. Gated, super view. Outstanding unit. Mystic Greens Lely Resort NO MANDATORY FEESNewer home, many upgrades. 4 BR/3 BA/ 3 car garage. Breathtaking views.8998 Lely Island Circle $644,900 SUPER LARGE LANAI8998 Lely Island Circle Lely ResortGulf of Mexico is your back yard. 3 BR/2 BA. Spacious, garage, furnished.8998 Lely Island Circle $644,900 SUPERIOR AMENITIESDela Park Place #507 Marco Island Mary H. Raymond (239) 20 Years in DE and PA and 13 Years in Naples doing Real Estate PARK SHORE BEACH: Floor to ceiling views in one of the most desirable high rise buildings, All amenities and steps to the beach. Priced right to sell quickly. MOTIVATED SELLER. MARINA BAY: Best priced unit in building. 2/2 with granite and furnished. PENDING IMPERIAL PARK VILLAS: Two beauties with attached garage. One is furnished and has tenant for season. Other is vacant. TARPON COVE: place for month of February. COVE INN: Two wonderful units overlooking the Bay and walking distance to 5th Ave. and 3rd Street. Naples secret get away. OLDE NAPLES: Everglade community. 2/2 updated and furnished. Enjoy the beach and shopping. Illustrated Properties OPPORTUNITY Village Walk & Island Walk You will never tire of the special views from this 3 bedroom, 1,800 sf villa called the Regent. Newer hurricane windows, brick paver driveway, extra large screened patio, and more! $385,000 4BD, 3.5BA 3-Car Garage! Stunning open oor plan offer plenty of room to entertain family and friends! Updates throughout this meticulously maintained home newer A/C, complete hurricane protection, private pool and more! in the cul-de-sac across the bridge from the Town Center and all amenities in Village Walk. Roll down shutters, very large screened patio, fountain and lake views, blank pallet ready to sell. Close soon and enjoy Season here this winter!! $280,000 Nicely upgraded throughout, neutral interior, use by homeowners only a few days per year, and in Pristine condition! This 3 bedroom, plus den has 2 baths, 2 car garage, built in wall unit, a wide easement lot, and a pool with lake views. Easy access to the gate a very short walk to the restaurant and center of town amenities. This light and bright single family home offers open oor plan, tile in living areas, built-in entertainment center, newer A/C, freshly painted interior, planation shutters, private pool with lake views, and perfectly located just steps away from the amenities center. Joanne Ciesielski Brian Carey View Tour with smart phone: View Tour with smart phone: View Tour with smart phone: NEW LISTING REAL ESTATE NEWSMAKERS Karyn Capozzo Catherine Day, Frank Gillette, Connie Minett, Tony Nicoletta, Jennifer Thompson and Steve Wolfson have joined the sales team at The Isles of Collier Preserve, a Minto Communities development on U.S. 41 East. four miles from downtown Naples. Four single-family models and three coach home models are scheduled to open this month. Michelle Barham has been promoted to sales manager at Vanderbilt Realtors in North Naples and as such is responsible for recruiting, training and mentoring new associates and directing and preparing for sales meetings as well and servicing her clients. A Florida real estate professional since 2006, Ms. Barham moved to Naples from Boynton Beach in 2012. She holds a degree in interior design from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. The following agents have joined the Royal Shell Real Estate in the agencys offices throughout Southwest Florida: Jean Baer, Ed Biddison, Jan and James Boeglin, Don and Nancy Bordner, Fred Cuthbertson, Mindi Goldberg, James Griffith, Starr Mier, Stacy Shedd, Vivienne Sinkow David Steele and Loretta and Ciara Young. Subscribe online at or Call 239.325.1960 Get Florida Weekly delivered to your mailbox for only$3195PER YEAR*Rates are based on standard rate postage. A one-year in-county subscription will cost $31.95 to cover shipping and handling. Call for out-of-county and out-of-state postage and pricing options.

PAGE 66 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYB30 REAL ESTATE WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 41 41 41Bonita Springs Bonita SpringsNaplesImmokalee RoadLivingston RoadBonita Beach Road3 Oaks PkwyCoconut RdOld U.S. 41Old U.S. 41Pine Ridge Road Golden Gate Pkwy. Davis BlvdCollier Blvd Collier Blvd Airport Pullimg RdGulf Shore Blvd.Park Shore Dr. Rattlesnake Hammock Road Goodlette Frank RoadVanderbilt Beach Road Radio Road Marco Island Open Houses are Sunday 1-4, unless otherwise marked>$200,0001 FIDDLERS CREEK BEND CREEK 8434 Bent Creek $265,000 Premier Sothebys International Realty ML Meade 239.293.4851 2 BEARS PAW 622 Wildwood Lane $299,900 PSIR Fahada Saad 239.595.8500>$300,0003 PALMIRA GOLF CLUB PALOMA 14661 Bellino Ter #202 $319,000 Engel and Vlkers George Safrany 239.908.7826 Saturday & Sunday 1-4pm4 IMPERIAL GOLF ESTATES PARK PLACE WEST 1191 Imperial Dr. $325,000 PSIR Pat Callis 239.250.0562 5 CARRIAGE CLUB 3125 Carriage Circle $329,000 PSIR Melissa Proctor 239.784.8582 >$400,0006 WYNDEMERE GOLF COTTAGES 20 Golf Cottage Dr. $450,000 PSIR Catherine Bordner 239.560.2921 7 MERCATO THE STRADA 9123 Strada Place From $498,500 PSIR Call 239.594.9400 Open Monday-Saturday 10am-8pm & Sunday 12-8pm>$500,0008 VASARI COUNTRY CLUB 28656 Pienza Court $520,000 PSIR Aysim Eserdag 239.404.6891>$600,0009 PELICAN BAY BAY VILLAS 547 Bay Villas Lane $685,000 PSIR Larry Roorda 239.860.2534 10 VANDERBILT BEACH VANDERBILT BAY 10682 Gulfshore Dr. #211 $695,000 PSIR Teri Purvis 239.860.6226 >$700,00011 BONITA BAY SANCTUARY 4277 Sanctuary Way $779,000 PSIR Peter Simmons 239.822.774512 THE DUNES GRANDE PRESERVE 280 Grande Way From $799,000 PSIR Call 239.594.1700 Open Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm & Sunday 12-5pm 13 THE COLONY AT PELICAN LANDING FLORENCIA 23850 Via Italia Circle #1702 $799,000 Engel and Vlkers Thomas Ostrander 860.304.103714 PARK SHORE 4651 Gulf Shore Blvd No. #1501 $799,000 PSIR Ed/Jeff Cox 239.860.8806 >$800,00015 THE COLONY AT PELICAN LANDING FLORENCIA 23851 Via Italia Circle #1105 $825,000 Engel and Vlkers Thomas Ostrander 860.304.103716 VILLAGE OF MONTEREY 7641 Ponte Verde Way $829,000 PSIR Ann Renner 23 9.784.555517 PELICAN LANDING HERON POINT 3624 Heron Point Court $839,000 PSIR Pam Umscheid 239.691.3541 >$900,00018 THE STRAND 5935 Barclay Lane $925,000 PSIR Jane Bond 239.595.951519 AUDUBON COUNTRY CLUB 213 Charleston Ct $970,000 PSIR Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 20 MARCO ISLAND 818 Elm Court $999,000 PSIR Laura Adams 239.404.4766 Open 11am-3pm>$1,000,00021 OLDE NAPLES SEAPORT 1001 10th Ave S. #203 $1,190,000 John R Wood, Realtors Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.009722 VILLA LAGO AT MEDITERRA 18051 Lagos Way $1,250,000 John R Wood, Realtors Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.009923 PELICAN MARSH GRAND ISLE 1009 Grand Isle Dr. $1,275,000 PSIR Terri Moellers 239.404.7887 24 BONITA BAY TAVIRA 26951 Country Club Drive From $1,306,000 PSIR Call 239.495.1105 Open MondaySaturday 10am-5pm & Sunday 12-5pm25 OLD NAPLES 1075 5th Street South $1,375,000 PSIR Virginia Wilson 239.450.9090 26 PELICAN ISLE THE RESIDENCES III 425 Dockside Drive #1005 $1,850,000 PSIR Suzanne Ring 239.821.7550 27 PINE RIDGE 585 Ridge Drive $1,870,000 PSIR Linda Perry 239.450.9113>$2,000,00028 GREY OAKS ESTUARY 1220 Gordon River Trail From $2,049,000 PSIR Call 239.261.3148 Open Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm & Sunday 12-5pm29 QUAIL WEST 4341 Brynwood Dr. $2,150,000 PSIR Craig Cervantes 239.596.7710 30 COQUINA SANDS 740 Coral Drive $2,495,000 PSIR Fahada Saad 239.595.8500 31 QUAIL WEST 6320 Burnham Road $2,775,000 John R Wood, Realtors Emily K. Bua & Tade Bua-Bell 239.595.009832 AQUALANE SHORES 1540 4th St S $2,950,000 PSIR Ruth Trettis 239.340.0295 33 ESTATES AT GREY OAKS 1659 Chinaberry Lane $2,995,000 John R Wood, Realtors Emily K. Bua & Tade BuaBell 239.595.0097>$3,000,00034 MEDITERRA IL TREBBIO 16017 Trebbio Way $3,499,000 PSIR Lizette Candela 239.293.2378 35 THE MOORINGS 1831 Crayton Rd. $3,995,000 PSIR Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 >$7,000,00036 PORT ROYAL 775 Galleon Drive $7,995,000 PSIR Rick Marquardt 239.289.4158 Florida Weeklys Open Houses 3 2 4 5 15 6 10 16 17 13 14 11 7 19 8 9 12 18 1 20 22 23 25 28 24 27 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 21 35 36

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nerveLookingfor some Lee MacDougall talks witches, flying monkeys and bringing a fresh take to being a cowardly lion Lee MacDougall as the Lion. SEE NERVE, C4 BY NANCY STETSONnstetson@ FEARS A FUNNY THING. A tightrope walker might work with aplomb, with no net, yet be deathly afraid of spiders. Actor Lee MacDougall can perform in front of large audiences with ease, but dont ask him to mingle with 100 strangers.CYLLA VON TIEDEMANN / COURTESY PHOTO A GUIDE TO THE LOCAL ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT SCENE WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYARTS & ENTERTAINMENTCSECTIONArt show celebrates the natural FloridaThe 16th annual Wildlife and Wildlands Art Show at Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park brings more than 20 painters, photographers and other artists to the park from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 18. Attendees will be able to meet the artists as they walk through the maritime hammock picnic area along the beach. The annual show is a presentation of the Friends of Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. The parks resident artist for 2014, Ann Ponicsan, has enjoyed painting flowers, weeds and all things natural since she was a child. After obtaining a degree in art with a major in textile design, she pursued a career in the textile industry for 17 years. During this time, she worked on designs for fabric used on womens wear and home furnishings. Since moving to Naples from Pennsylv ania 10 years ago, she has focused her painting on the natural environment, working primarily in watercolor and also experimenting with mixed media. The Friends of Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park is funded solely by public contributions and does not receive federal grants. Entrance to the park is at 11135 Gulf Shore Drive. For more information, call 593-2658 or visit www.DelnorWiggins. org. Butterfly painting by Ann Ponicsan INSIDEBROUGHT TO YOU BY:The High-Rises at Bonita Bay 495-1105 Estuary at Grey Oaks 261-3148 The Strada at Mercato 594-9400 The Village 261-6161 The Gallery 659-0099 Broad Avenue 434-2424 Vanderbilt 594-9494 The Promenade 948-4000 Fifth Avenue 434-8770 Marco Island 642-2222 Rentals 262-4242 Reinventing brunchFood critic Karen Feldman enjoys every bite and sip at Agaves Sunday brunch. C35 Another high noteBook critic Phil Jason finds a lot to like in the newest Matt Royal Mystery novel. C14 Best wishes, JimA retirement party at the Sugden, and more Society photos. C30-33


SANDY DAYS, SALTY NIGHTSMy tricky voodooLast year for my birthday my mother gave me a voodoo doll that she bought from a one-legged priestess in New Orleans. The doll arrived at my apartment wearing a pink satin dress and smelling like perfumed oil. A pamphlet tucked into the box promised she would bring me love with an -90% success rate. So I shouldnt have been surprised when suitors started materializing: the best friend of my first boyfriend who was handsome but had a lisp; a French philosopher whose erotic emails in English, his second language, made me wince; a man on a plane who pretended not to know the wife and three children who sat next to him and then laughed self-consciously at the end of the flight and said, My wife probably thinks Im hitting on you. It was an embarrassment of romantic riches. Or just an embarrassment. The love doll seemed to work on whoever came into her orbit with the same unwieldy results. My roommate, dateless for almost a year, met a man at a wedding. We pretended to ignore his quirks. When I left town for a month, a perpetually single friend came to stay in my apartment. She claimed the love doll made her nervous, but she met a man as soon as she returned home to the Midwest. So what if on their first night together he pulled out a set of leather restraints and asked, Are you into this? For a while, these encounters were fun. But after a time they became exhausting. The men were all wrong in some important way. I wondered if perhaps my mother had made a mistake when she bought the doll. Voodoo is tricky; you have to get the spell just right. Better not to wish at all than to wish for the wrong thing. I asked Mom specifically what she had said to the one-legged priestess, and she gave an uncertain shrug. I asked for a variety of men, she said. A variety? We were doomed. When I finally tired of the love dolls tricks, I researched ways to deactivate her. I found the website for the store where she had been purchased and came across a set of instructions that were not included in the initial package. Tell her your wishes, desires and needs, the instructions said. Ask her to bring these needs, wishes and desires into reality. Here was the problem. In order for the magic to work, I first needed to make a wish. But I couldnt begin to imagine where to start. My husband was killed in Iraq seven years ago, and since then I seem to have lost the ability for wishing. Wishing for love, anyway. Ive wished for other things, like to become a writer. To my great surprise and delight, my first book was published this month, a memoir about my husbands death. Ill be doing readings around town Copperfish in Punta Gorda on Jan. 22, Barnes & Noble in Fort Myers on Jan. 30, Sunshine Booksellers on Marco Island on Feb. 4, and MacIntosh Books on Sanibel on Feb. 6. I would be honored to see you there. Editors note: The writers book, Un-remarried Widow, was reviewed in The New York Times on Sunday, Jan. 5. p i d m t n FLORIDA WEEKLYC2 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 North Naples 1015 Crosspointe Dr. Downtown Naples 261 9th St. S. Fort Myers 7331 Gladiolus Dr. Cape Coral 413 Del Prado Blvd. S., Suite 101 CoolSculpting Available in:Medical Director: Andrew T. Ja e, MD, FAADComplimentary consultations 239-313-2553*Restrictions apply. Individual results may vary.Transform your bodywithout surgery or downtime. BEFORE AFTER Revolutionary Fat FreezingGuaranteed* fat reducing resultswhen you Treat-to-Complete withExclusively at Riverchase: Dessertwith theDoctors Space is extremely limited. RSVP and $30 registration fee required. Current patients can enjoy free registration. Call 239-313-2553Riverchase Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery Presents an Evening of Decadence Question and Answer SessionBoard Certi ed Plastic SurgeonsRobert G. Chami, MD, FACS and W.G. Eshbaugh, Jr., MD, FACS products and treatments January 20 in Naples 6 to 8 the Hilton on US 41 and Pine RidgeJanuary 29 in Ft. Myers 6 to 8 p.m. Gulf Coast Town Center


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PAGE 72 FLORIDA WEEKLYC4 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 Im not good with meeting new people, he admits. Im good with people I know, but to be with those I dont is always a challenge. Id rather stand in the corner and not meet anybody. Im shy. Im good in front of 1,000 people on stage, but in front of 10 people at a reception? Thats terrifying. Mr. MacDougall plays the Lion in the musical production of The Wizard of Oz that, on its premiere North American tour, comes to the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall in Fort Myers from Jan. 21-26. Before the tour began, it ran in Toronto for eight months. While it follows the film version faithfully, including the Harold Arlen/Yip Harburg songs, the production incorporates four new songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice who wrote the songs for Jesus Christ Superstar, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Evita, to name just a few. Theyre quite a pair, says Mr. MacDougall, calling them the iconic musical theater duo. The adaptation, by director Jeremy Sams, is faithful to the movie, says Mr. MacDougall, though the dialogue is more modern and a little funnier. Its interesting that in the movie, its set up as a musical in the beginning, but halfway through, it becomes like a real film, he notes. So the additional Webber/Rice songs make the show more of a traditional musical. Now Prof. Marvel has a song, as do Glinda the Good Witch, the Wicked Witch and the people of Kansas. While the show was running in Toronto, the Lord Lloyd-Webber came to see it and worked with the orchestra, holding separate rehearsals with them. Meeting him, Mr. MacDougall says, was like meeting a legend.Bringing something newActors auditioning for parts in the show were told not to impersonate the film actors. We were asked to bring something new, Mr. MacDougall says. So he asked himself: If Id never seen this before, what would I do? Thats how you come up with something fresh thats not a Bert Lahr impersonation. The Lion is all bluster and bravado when audiences first meet him. But for the rest of the musical, hes dealing with being afraid Hes nervous, anxious. Its comedy fear exaggerated fear, big fear. It winds up being funny. When asked which is scarier, the Wicked Witch or the flying monkeys, he laughs. The Wicked Witch is very funny but also very scary, he says. The monkeys are scary, but its interesting how theyve done them. We have two kinds: real live action monkeys and animated monkeys. Theyre not that frightening, not like in the film. Those things were creepy!Dorothys a winnerThe casting of Dorothy was the basis of a Canadian TV reality show, Over the Rainbow, where women competed for the part. Danielle Wade eventually won the role. She was voted on by the Canadian public, Mr. MacDougall says. Were very lucky she wound up getting the part. Shes an amazing singer, but also a wonderful actress. Were so lucky that out of all the hundreds and hundreds that entered, she was the one that was voted in. Shes a star Even through the TV screen, people could see that shes the one. Choosing a singer through a reality TV show for a Webber/Rice musical had precedent. Theyd done it for Dorothy in the West End production of The Wizard of Oz and, prior to that, for Maria in The Sound of Music, first the West End production and again in Toronto. (Americans chose the male and female leads for a 2007 Broadway revival of Grease with Grease: Youre the One That I Want!) The reality TV show connects into that audience, Mr. MacDougall says. It builds a huge audience for the musical.Universal appealBut even without a reality star, The Wizard of Oz would likely be successful. The movie, celebrating its 75th anniversary, is so well known that its woven into the fabric of our popular culture. Mr. MacDougall notes how, as theyre touring, the cast sees businesses that refer to the film. Its everywhere you look, he says, listing some of the names theyve seen: Over the Rainbow Productions, the Yellow Brick Road Fudge and Candy Store, Theres No Place Like Home Realty Company. The story, which began as a series of books by L. Frank Baum in 1900, became a movie in 1939. According to the Library of Congress, its the most viewed motion picture in television syndication in history. There have been numerous other adaptations, including The Wiz, which was a stage musical, then a movie. And the musical Wicked, based on Gregory Maguires 1995 novel about what happened before Dorothy came to Oz, is an overwhelming success, still playing since opening in 2003. It does appeal to everybody, Mr. MacDougall says. It appeals to children and to adults and to seniors. It is multi-generational. People find things in it. Kids like the idea of a young person on a challenge, struggling their way to a goal, and struggling to find their way back home. Everyone connects with that, finding your way back home. Audiences also like that the trio of the Lion, the Tin Man and the Scarecrow each lacks something (bravery, a heart, a brain), and they that the Wicked Witch gets her just reward, he says. Its an iconic fairytale kind of story but a little scary. The Wizard of Oz also has a large gay following. Gay people have always connected with Judy Garland, who played Dorothy in the movie. And the story of a young girl going and finding her own family is a universal story for gay people, he says. Your friends become your new family, he explains. At the end, Dorothy says, I realize that home was in my heart. It was in my heart all along. I think thats something gay people can connect with as well, that they can make their own home, that home is in your heart. Some of the connections are possibly subconscious. Its hard to define, he says. Theres just something magical about it. Its also a tale of self-empowerment. The Wizard tells Dorothy and friends: All the things you wanted, you had them all along. And Glinda the Good Witch says, You could have gone home. You had what you needed. Thats in the story already, he says. Its realizing you had it within yourself all along. NERVEFrom page 1 The Wizard of Oz>> When: Jan. 21-26 >> Where: The Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers >> Cost: $34-$69 >> Info: 481-4849 or CYLLA VON TIEDEMANN / COURTESY PHOTOSThe Wizard of Oz features classic songs from the 1939 film, plus a few new ones written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice. If I Only Had a Brain


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Theater Whistle Down the Wind Through Jan. 19 by TheatreZone at the G&L Theatre, the Community School of Naples. (888) 966-3352 or Stage 2 Improv By The Naples Players through Jan. 26 in the Tobye Studio at the Sugden Community Theatre. 263-7990 or Tie By The Naples Players through Feb. 8 in Blackburn Hall at the Sugden Community Theatre. 701 Fifth Ave. S. 263-7990 or God Game By Gulfshore Playhouse through Feb. 9 at the Norris Center. 755 Eighth Ave. S. 866-811-4111 or The Fox on the Fairway By the Marco Players through Jan. 26. 642-7270 or Arsenic and Old Lace Through Jan. 29 at Florida Repertory Theatre, Fort Myers. 332-4488 or Relatively Speaking By Theatre Conspiracy through Jan. 25 at the Alliance of the Arts, Fort Myers. 9363239 or South Pacific Through Feb. 15 at the Broadway Palm Theatre, Fort Myers. 278-4422 or Death of a Salesman Through Feb. 1 by Laboratory Theater, 1634 Woodford Ave., Fort Myers. 218-0481 or Porgy and Bess Jan. 21-26 at ArtisNaples. 997-1900 or Thursday, Jan. 16 Smooth Moves Take a tai chi class from 10-11 a.m. at Naples Botanical Garden. $10 for Garden members, $15 for others. 643-7275 or Enrichment Get Out of Town Travel hosts a presentation about Silversea Cruises Silver Discoverer and World Cruise 2015 at 11 a.m. at The Artists Gallery on Marco Island, and 3 p.m. at The von Liebig Art Center. Reservations required. 596-4142 or Organic Market The Good Life and Rabbit Run Farm Produce host an organic market from 12-2 p.m. www. Gardner Colby Gallery Gardener Colby Gallery hosts an opening reception for Figures and Fantasy, a group show of figurative works and fanciful pieces, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. 386 Broad Ave. S. 403-7787 or See story on page C18. Ultimate Wine Throwdown Wine lovers taste and evaluate wines and vote for their favorites at Decanted from 5:30-7:30 p.m. $25 in advance, $35 at the door. 1410 Pine Ridge Road. 434-1814 or Full Moon Tour Naples Historical Society presents a full moon tour of Historic Palm Cottage at 8 p.m. Reservations required. Free for NHS members, $10 for others. 137 12th Ave. S. 261-8164 or Gallery One Gallery One hosts an opening reception for an exhibition of the latest works by David OKeefe from 5-7 p.m. RSVP required. 770 Fifth Ave. S. 263-0835. Look Whos Laughing David Sayh takes the stage at Old Naples Comedy Club tonight through Jan. 18. 1100 Sixth Ave. S. $15. 455-2844 or www. Stand Up Guy Donnell Rawlings takes the stage tonight through Jan. 18 at the Off The Hook Comedy Club on Marco Island. 389-6901 or Friday, Jan. 17 Nature Festival BOGO In celebration of the 10th Annual Southwest Florida Nature Festival, Rookery Bay Environmental Learing Center offers two-for-one admission from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 300 Tower Road. 530-5940 or Day The City of Marco Island Beautification Advisory Committee hosts an Arbor Day celebration at 10 a.m. at Veterans Community Park, with entertainment by students from Tommie Barfield Elementary School and Marco Island Charter Middle School. Free. 389-5035. Abstract Women Sweet Art Gallery hosts an opening reception for Women of Abstract Art from 5-8 p.m. 2054 Trade Center Way. 597-2110 or Beer Tasting Whole Foods at Mercato hosts a beer tasting and live music from 6-8 p.m. $5, with proceeds to benefit Champions For Learning. www. Dreamers & Schemers The Florida Humanities Council presents Dreamers & Schemers: An Evening with Great Floridians at 7 p.m. at the Marco Island Historical Museum. $10. 180 S. Heathwood Drive. 642-1440. Music, Martinis, & Tuxedos The Southwest Florida Symphony presents The Music of the Rat Pack with The Copa Boys vocal group and guest jazz conductor Michael Berkowitz at 8 p.m. tonight and Jan. 18 at the Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall, Fort Myers. 418-1500 or Saturday, Jan. 18 Flea Market The United Church of Marco Island hosts a flea market and bake sale sponsored by the ItalianAmerican Society and the Marco Island Kiwanis Club from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. 320 N. Barfield, Marco Island. 877-2846. I Luv Pets The I Luv Pets Fest, a benefit for Dogs for Disabled Veterans, takes place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Naples Estates. Activities include wiener dog races, agility competition and low-cost vaccinations. 774-6741. Winter Art Festival The Naples Masters Winter Art Festival takes place today and Jan. 19 at the Shoppes at Vanderbilt. 293-9443 or Art Show The Friends of DelnorWiggins Pass State Park present the 16th annual Wildlife & Wildlands Art Show from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 593-2658 or www. See story on page C1. Book Reading Artist Paul Arsenault reads excerpts from his new childrens book, Fishtails: A Journey Through Naples Bay, at 10:30 a.m. at the Naples Depot Museum. Free. 262-6525 or Color Me Beautiful Auctions Neapolitan hosts a beginner chalk paint class from noon to 3 p.m. $125 includes all supplies. Registration required. 1100 First Ave. S. 262-7333. It Takes Two Pablo Repun Tango hosts a beginners class from 7-8 p.m. and Milogna from 8-11 p.m. $15 per person. 1673 Pine Ridge Road. 738-4184 or Sunday, Jan. 19 Pets on Third Third Street South hosts Pets on Third Parade & PetFest from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to benefit the Naples Dog Park. 649-6707 or www. Cool Cars The Cool Cruisers Car Club cruises into Miromar Outlets from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Free. Donations made will benefit local childrens charities. 948-3766 or Foreign Film The Renaissance Academy of FGCU presents a screening of the Chinese film Tuyas Marriage beginning at 1 p.m. at the FGCU Naples Center. 434-4737 or www.fgcu. edu/racademy. See story on page C13. Jewish Film The Jewish Congregation of Marco Island presents a screening for its Jewish Film Festival featuring Hannah Arendt. Bagels and lox served at 1:30 p.m. before the film starts at 2 p.m. $25. 9910 Winterberry Drive. 642-0800. Strike Up the Band The Naples Concert Band performs at 2 p.m. under the band shell at Cambier Park. Free. 263-9521 or www.NaplesConcertBand. org. Monday, Jan. 20 Choose Chardonnay Decanted Wines hosts a chardonnay tasting from 5-7 p.m. $10 in advance, $15 at door. 1410 Pine Ridge Road. 434-1814 or www. Jazz Jam Freds Food, Fun, and Spirits hosts Jebry and friends for a jazz jam from 6-9 p.m. 431-7928. Film Lovers The Bonita Center for The Arts host a screening and discussion of The Pianist at 7 p.m. $9. 10150 Bonita Beach Road. 495-8989 or NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC6 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 WHAT TO DO, WHERE TO GO Sweet Art Gallery hosts an opening reception for the new exhibit Women of Abstract Art from 5-8 p.m. Jan. 17. The show features works by Jill Segal, whose Sacred Spaces #10 is shown above, along with Betty Newman and Nancy Wolfes. 2054 Trade Center Way. 597-2110 or The Naples Doll Club holds its annual doll show and sale from 1-5 p.m. Jan. 17 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Jan. 18 at Moorings Presbyterian Church. Call Myrna Eby at (574) 780-0951 or email


Tuesday, Jan. 21 More Vino Whole Foods at Mercato hosts a tasting of wines from Italy from 6-7:30 p.m. $10. www.wholefoods. com/naples. Movie on the Lawn Mercato hosts a free screening of The Karate Kid (PG) at 6:15 p.m. on the lawn across from Silverspot Cinema. Wine Dinner Artichoke and Company hosts a four-course dinner featuring wines from Raymond Vineyards at 6:30 p.m. tonight and Jan. 22. $65. Reservations required. 263-6979 or Wednesday, Jan. 22 Art in The Glen Forest Glen Golf & Country Club presents works by 25 local artists from 5-8 p.m. Entertainment by Lois Kehoe on piano. Free. 3955 Forest Glen Blvd. Wine Dinner Shulas at the Hilton Naples hosts a four-course dinner featuring wines from Alexander Valley Vineyards starting at 6 p.m. $80. Reservations required. 5111 Tamiami Trail N. 659-3176. Book Talk Gary Null discusses and signs copies of his latest book, Reboot Your Brain, at 7 p.m. at Barnes & Noble at Waterside Shops. 598-5200. Coming up Winter Festival The 2014 St. Agnes Winter Festival takes place Jan. 23-26 and includes pony rides, themed dinners, live entertainment and evening bingo. 592-1949 or Stand-Up Guy Michael Penzeca takes the stage at Old Naples Comedy Club Jan. 23, 24, 28. 1100 Sixth Ave. S. $15. 455-2844 or Cooks Corner Chef Kristina San Filippo of The Good Life leads a cooking class featuring heirloom tomatoes from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 23. $60. 2355 Vanderbilt Beach Road. 514-4663 or Artistic Technique Gallery on Fifth a Mercato presents Giovanni DeCunto with a live painting demonstration from 6-8 p.m. Jan. 23. The artists works are part of the permanent collections at the Smithsonian, Harvards Fogg Museum, MIT Historical Collection and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Free. 220-7503 or Suite Jan. 23-26 at the Centers for the Arts Bonita Springs. 10150 Bonita Beach Road. 495-8989 or Book Signing Authors Clint Hill & Lisa McCubbin will discuss and sign copies of Five Days in November at 7 p.m. Jan. 23 at Barnes & Noble at Waterside Shops. 598-5200. Charity Concert The St. Finbarr Council Knights of Columbus annual concert for charity presents the Marco Island Strummers and the New Horizons Big Band at 7 p.m. Jan. 23. $15. 775-2876. Ha! Ha! Ha! B.T. takes the stage at Off The Hook Comedy Club on Marco Island Jan. 23-26. 389-6901 or Chat The Naples Historical Society hosts Todd Turrell with Naples Waterfront: Changes in Time, the first discussion in the Garden Side Chickee Chat series, at 11 a.m. Jan. 24 at Historic Palm Cottage. Reservations required. 2618464 or Show The Naples Antiques Show takes place Jan. 24-26 at the Hilton Naples. $8, 877-2830 or www. See story on page A22. Amazing Adventures Rookery Bay hosts the lecture Everything I Ever Needed to Know, I Learned from Elephants by Brian Kelly, a trail guide who works in and around Kruger National Park in South Africa, from 5:30-7 p.m. Jan. 24. Free for Friends of Rookery Bay, $10 for others. 300 Tower Road. 5305940 or Chalk It Up The Naples Pelican Bay Rotary Club presents Chalk Art 2014 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Jan. 25 along Fifth Ave. S. Free. Pirate Day Marco Island Historical Museum hosts Pirate Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 25. Free. 180 S. Heathwood Drive. 642-1440 or www. Fill Em Up The annual Empty Bowls lunch in Cambier Park to benefit the Harry Chapin Food Bank takes place from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 25. Book Signing Former Reagan White House official Karna Small Bodman signs copies of her latest thriller, Castle Bravo, from 12:30-4 p.m. Jan. 25 at Kathryns Collection. 294 14th Ave. S. 353-1885. Carnival in the Sky Seminole Casino Immokalee presents the largest fireworks show in Southwest Florida at 9:30 p.m. Jan 25. Free admission. (800) 218-0007 or Submit calendar listings and highresolution photos to Email text, jpegs or Word documents are accepted. No pdfs or photos of fliers. The deadline for calendar submissions is noon Sunday.FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 C7 The Karate KidStarring Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan Rated: PG LOCATED JUST NORTH OF VANDERBILT BEACH ROAD ON U.S. 41239.254.1080 | TUESDAY, JANUARY 21st, 6:15pOn the lawn across from Silverspot Cinema and MASA Free Admission Lawn Chairs Welcome SPONSORED BY WHAT TO DO Pets and their people parade along Third Street South from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Jan. 18 for the annual Pets on Third Parade & PetFest to benefit the Naples Dog Park. This years theme is All-Star Pets: Show Your Team Spirit. 6496707 or

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The classic dark comedy has long been a staple of high school drama departments; for Florida Repertory Theatres revival (running through Jan. 29), director Dennis Lee Delaney keeps this chestnut moving at a good pace, which helps blow any dust off the script. Though the three acts run a little longer than many modern shows, the time just seems to fly by, because youre laughing so much. While every familys a little crazy, the Brewsters form of craziness is a more lethal than most. The two aunts poison men who are looking to rent a room in their spacious Brooklyn home. They do this by slipping a little strychnine, cyanide and arsenic into their homemade elderberry wine. In the illogical logic of the insane, they see it as providing a service because the men have no family and are all alone in the world. After poisoning the men, the delightfully twittering sisters then hold a funeral (having carefully ascertained their religious denomination) and bury them in the cellar. Viki Boyle and Carrie Lund play Abby and Martha, respectively, and are simply adorable in their roles. Theyre quite believable as siblings, anticipating what the other is going to say or do. Sometimes when they stand together they clasp each others hand, as if theyre two children about to cross the street together. Their nephew Teddy (Mark Chambers) lives with them. He believes hes President Teddy Roosevelt. He digs graves in the basement, but thinks hes working on the Panama Canal. Mr. Chambers does an excellent job as Teddy. There is no pretense; we believe he genuinely thinks hes Teddy Roosevelt. (Costume designer Ashli Arnold has done a superb job of making him look just like the former president.) And Mr. Chambers can get an entire audience laughing just by how he exclaims, How unusual! Teddy is harmless, and the local police good-naturedly humor him. The only complaints are from neighbors about his loud bugle playing. Mortimer (Michael Satow), another nephew, is a theater critic. He not only hates his job, he hates theater itself a running joke throughout the play. (At one point, he says hell see the first act of a play and then write his review, panning it.) Playwright Joseph Kesselring has a great time slamming critics. When Mortimer discovers his aunts are murdering men, hes stunned, appalled, mortified. And then they happily admit to it! Mortimer, who has just gotten engaged to Elaine (Harli Cooper, sweet and wonderful in a small, thankless role), now wants to call off the engagement: He fears that he, too, is insane. Mr. Satows comic timing is impeccable, and hes very funny, whether doing a double-take, delivering a line or answering the phone when the doorbell is ringing. The more discombobulated he becomes, the funnier he is. And then his brother Jonathan shows up. Jonathans a murderer on the lam, recently escaped from a prison for the criminally insane. Audiences might not initially recognize Florida Rep ensemble player Peter Thomasson in the role. Made up to look like Boris Karlof, he lurches and stomps about the stage in a menacing manner, much like Frankensteins monster. Hes sinister to the core. Jonathans unfortunate appearance is the result of botched plastic surgery when his sidekick, Dr. Einstein (Avi Hoffman), operated while drunk. Mr. Hoffman played a big, burly Russian in Florida Reps You Cant Take It With You, but in this role, hes somehow shrunk, as he constantly cowers in Jonathans presence. Mr. Delaney, in his direction, delivers the perfect blend of humor and thriller. But he seems to misstep with his inclusion of incidental music. It occasionally heightens the mood of the play, but too often its intrusive. If this were a TV show or a film, audiences would accept the music unconsciously, but in the theater it felt too loud, too distracting. (One theatergoer thought it was cell phone ringtones, while others looked around, trying to figure out where the music was coming from.) Its great music, carefully selected, but it doesnt work.All set for murderRichard Crowells set is an odd mixture of illustration and realism, but it somehow fits the play. There are doilies and flowers and photos of ancestors in this old Brooklyn house, but the wallpaper is bright yellow with green vertical stripes separating alternating columns of red bows and red roses. It almost verges on cartoony, as if this were the home of Pee-wee Hermans grandmother. The stained-glass windowpanes are very brightly colored too. The window seat looks eerily coffin-like, and the curtains and stained-glass windows above it are worthy of a funeral home. But the roof of the structure is illustrated, drawn in thick black strokes. And on either side of the set are illustrations of the outside of the house and the cemetery next-door all looking as if theyve come from the pages of a graphic novel. Costume designer Ms. Arnold has done a great job, from Jonathans bulky, Frankenstein-esque shoes to the sisters turn-of-the-century black funeral dresses to the old-style police uniforms.Small parts, big laughs Jason Parrish has a small but funny role as Officer OHara, a policeman who really wants to be a playwright. (Ill do the creating, you just put words to it, he tells theater critic Mortimer.) Mr. Parrish has a great moment where he pantomimes the plot of his play in rapid speed; if only hes been born earlier, Mr. Parrish couldve had a successful career in silent films. Florida Rep founder and producing artistic director Robert Cacioppo has a small role in the end. (His name is spelled backwards in the cast list.) This is the first time hes acted on stage in 29 years, and its a role that makes good use of his exuberance and native New York accent. The opening night audience was also treated to a special curtain call: After the cast took their bows, the 12 dead men in the basement (up to now, unseen) walked out and took their bows as well. Incidental music aside, Mr. Delaney gets everything right with this production. The pacing is fast and the tone is perfect. Theres also great physical humor, whether its Mortimer twisting with anxiety or Dr. Einstein wrestling (unsuccessfully) with an uncooperative corpse, Jonathan clomping stiffly up the stairs or Martha rapidly tip-toeing across the room as though shes being pulled by her ample bosom. There is much to love about Arsenic and Old Lace at Florida Rep, which will make you forget every bad high school or community production youve ever seen. It wont make you wish you were home watching Cary Grant in the movie version instead, though it might inspire you to see the film again later. Arsenic and Old Lace makes you laugh in the face of evil. It makes you laugh at death. It also makes you gleeful and leaves you giddy and you cant ask more of a comedy than that. Arsenic and Old Lace>> When: Through Jan. 29 >> Where: Florida Repertory Theatre, Fort Myers >> Cost: $40 and $45 >> Info: 332-4488; NICK ADAMS PHOTOGRAPHY / COURTESY PHOTOCarrie Lund, Peter Thomasson and Viki Boyle in Arsenic and Old Lace at Florida Rep.


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Daughters Barbara (Julia Roberts), Ivy (Julianne Nicholson) and Karen (Juliette Lewis) all have serious issues of their own. As for the unfortunate men attached to the girls, well, theyre not exactly dreamboats either. After Beverlys disappearance, the family convenes at Violets modest home in Osage County, Okla. The attempts of Violets sister Mattie Fae (Margo Martindale), her husband Charles (Chris Cooper) and their son Little Charles (Benedict Cumberbatch) to keep things peaceful are futile. One would think this would be a time of mourning, but for Violet, having the family around provides targets for her venom. Barbara, who has a daughter (Abigail Breslin) and is in the process of separating from husband Bill (Ewan McGregor), is told Beverly would still be around if she didnt move away because she was daddys favorite. Ivy is criticized for being single (as far as the family knows), having straight hair and not wearing makeup. Karen doesnt absorb as much direct hatred, but her fianc (Dermot Mulroney) might be the most loathsome character in the story, which says a lot. Of course, Violet has her reasons for being awful, and given the circumstances you expect her to be slightly unhinged. But to tee off on her family the way she does suggests a deepseeded bitterness that goes far beyond poor Ivy not having straight hair. Sure enough, a betrayal is revealed in the last third of the film that would leave anyone with resentment. Ms. Streep is excellent here (as usual), as she allows Violet to not just say hurtful things but to relish and enjoy the pain she brings. Violet is a miserable human being, and will not rest until others are miserable with her. Ms. Roberts is also a standout. Her character Barbara is bitter about everything in her life, and there are hints as the story evolves that shes sl owly becoming her mother. Barbaras looks of frustration, anger and hurt feel heartbreakingly real, and we can only imagine the depression her future will bring. The rest of the ensemble is stellar as well, with Mr. Cooper, Ms. Martindale and the relatively unknown Ms. Nicholson particularly effective. The film is based on the 2008 Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Tracy Letts, and Mr. Letts himself adapted it for the screen. Perhaps thats why some scenes feel confined and stage-y, and a bit dialog heavy. One lengthy conversation in a movie is one thing; a series of them is both monotonous and tedious. Director John Wells (the underrated The Company Men) clearly needed to do more to open this world up and make the story more cinematic. By the end of 121 minutes of August: Osage County, youll be riveted by the actors and yet happy to get away from the despicable characters. Overall, though, this is a stirring drama about a family in constant turmoil and happiness nowhere to be found. 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Rated R.The Wolf of Wall Street (Leonardo DiCaprio, Jonah Hill, Kyle Chandler) An amoral stockbroker (Mr. DiCaprio) and his right hand man (Mr. Hill) live it up in the late s before an FBI agent (Mr. Chandler) ruins their good times. The shameless debauchery is nonstop for nearly three hours, and its a real trip to watch. Directed by Martin Scorsese, the film has a rise-and-fall structure similar to Goodfellas. Rated R. >> Deanna Dunagan won a Tony Award for her portrayal of Violet in the original Broadway production of August: Osage County. The show won a total of ve Tonys, including Best Play. LATEST FILMSAugust: Osage County t a b o b i


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FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 C13 Free movies on Marco focus on The Art of Stealing ArtThe Marco Island Center for the Arts presents Art Flicks, a series of Tuesday morning free movie presentation celebrating foreign, independent and art films. The theme for the inaugural series, The Art of Stealing Art, is a timely one, given the recent discovery in a Munich, Germany, apartment of $1.3 billion worth of stolen art. The first film, Rape of Europa, is an award-winning documentary on the systematic looting of Jewish art by the Nazis leading up to and during WWII. Screenings being at 10 a.m. at the Marco Movie Theater and are followed by refreshments and a discussion. Heres the lineup: Jan. 21: Rape of Europa Feb. 18: Art of the Steal March 11: Stolen March 25: Attendees at the first three films will have the chance to choose the film for the final screening. For more information, call 394-4221 or visit Renaissance Academy film series beginsThe winter foreign/documentary film series presented by the Renaissance Academy of Florida Gulf Coast University begins Sunday afternoon, Jan. 19, at the FGCU Naples Center, 1010 Fifth Ave. S. Screenings begin at 1 p.m. with a brief introduction and are followed by a discussion moderated by either Don Pomerantz or John Guerra. The series continues for a total of 13 screenings through Sunday, April 13. Cost of the series is $55 for Renaissance Academy members and $66 for others; single screenings are $5 and $6, respectively. Reservations are strongly suggested. Walk-ins will be permitted only as space is available. Here are the first few films: Jan. 19: Tuyas Marriage (China, 2006, romance/drama/domedy) When Tuya is diagnosed with a debilitating back injury, she enters into an agreement with her disabled husband to seek a divorce in order to find a new husband who will take care of the entire family. Not rated. Jan. 26: Cries and Whispers (Sweden, 1972, drama) In turn-of-thecentury Sweden, a woman dying of cancer is visited by her two sisters, where long repressed feelings between the siblings rise to the surface. Rated R. Feb. 2: The Sea Inside (Spain, 2004, biography/drama) The real life story of Ramon Sampedro, who fought a 30-year campaign in favor of euthanasia and his own right to die. Rated PG-13 for intense depiction of mature thematic material. Feb. 9: The Rules of the Game (France, 1939, comedy/drama) A look at bourgeoisie life in France at the onset of World War II, as the rich and their poor servants meet up at a French chateau. Not rated. For reservations or more information, call 434-4737 or visit racademy. 475 SEAGATE DRIVE, NAPLES, FL 34103 WALDORFASTORIANAPLES.COM CHEFS TABLE DINNERSNEWOPPORTUNITIESTO INDULGE TO THE FULLEST Join us for an intimate meal in the heart of the kitchen at Waldorf Astoria Naples. Enjoy our chefs specialties in a unique, interactive setting. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 THURSDAY, MARCH 27 Enjoy a 5-course meal uniquely paired with wines or beers. { $125 per person } For reservations, please call 239.594.6058 Call (239) 649-2275 for Reservations Naples Princess Naples P rin cess The Best Way to Experience Naples from the Water. Naples Princess...UPCOMING EVENTS Songs of Billy Joel with Billy Jollie Wine Tasting withCall for Reservations Today! WINE BEER TASTINGS


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Every performance was stunning. WNYCIt is the best show of its kind I have ever seen. Youve got some geniuses doing costumes, because you never get tired of looking at a costume, and each one was better than the next. Brad Haynes, certified public accountantI find the show to be breathtaking...the use of the color, and the sleeve work in the mens and womens dance routines were utterly breathtaking. The set and the landscape background design is unbelievable. I hope more people will enjoy it and more people will come see [it] because its a fantastic experience. Tracy Freeman, CEO, landscaping and design company If its in your neighborhood, you should go see it. And not only is it a cultural experience but its an experience of beauty and love and precision... Youll be sorry if you miss it. Anne Jeffreys, celebrated actress and singerAn extraordinary experience! The level of skill, but also the power of the archetypes and narratives were startling. Cate Blanchett, Academy Award winning actress Phone: 8 : 8 Online: S e : S w w B arb B Ba r ar r b 5000 Years of Myths & Legends Come Alive on Stage This is spectacularabsolutely the greatest of the great. The singers were just wonderful. I think that everybody here realizes theyve seen something glorious, really wonderful. Christine Walevska, cellist and master musician, known as the "Goddess of Cello" FLORIDA WRITERSNo. 8 in the Matt Royal Mystery series hits another high note Found by H. Terrell Griffin. Oceanview Publishing. 357 pages. Hardcover $26.95. H. Terrell Griffins eighth Matt Royal Mystery refines all of the pleasures his fans have come to expect. These include carefully shaded toughguy investigators, brutal villains, witty banter among friends, robust romance, nonstop (it seems) eating and drinking in Sarasota area establishments, dogged investigation, constant threat and the enchantments of the Southwest Florida coastal setting. Throw in some World War II history (shaped to the ends of the present day plot) and youve got a complex web of questions that wont give up their answers without a fight. Mystery No. 1: Matts girlfriend, J. D. Duncan, a detective in the Longboat Key Police Department, receives a text message from a friend who had supposedly died more than a year ago. It contains the womans photo and the name Jed, Katie Fredricksons private nickname for J.D. Is this a prank, or a call for help? Katie had disappeared when her husband was killed. Mystery No. 2: A man in a stolen Jaguar pulls up to a condo complex, shoots elderly Ken Goodlow point blank and then drives onto a bridge that is opening and plunges with the Jaguar to his death. Witnesses reveal that Mr. Goodlow had served in WWII, moved to the nearby fishing community of Cortez soon after and had been president of the Cortez Historical Society. He had come to the condo building to show a friend some old photographs taken shortly after the war. Matt and J.D. soon interview Bud Jamison, another friend of Mr. Goodlow, who identifies the two of them as the last of the young men who came back from the war and went to work on the boats, fishing for a living. It soon becomes clear that whatever led to the murder has Mr. Jamison spooked. For he feels he might be next. But why? Matt and J.D., with the assistance of Jock, Matts deep cover government operative, pursue the two mysteries through the tried-and-true drudgery of questioning witness, relatives of victims and people with any connection to the deceased driver of the Jag. About a third of the way into the novel, the writer introduces another timeline that he elaborates over several chapters Griffin Experience an out of this world event at the Naples Jet Center hangar! 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FLORIDA WEEKLYC16 WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 FOR TICKETS: 239.481.4849 Our 19th Season of Great Concerts, Kids Programs, and Community Enrichment A Singular Musical Sensation! Sunday, January 19 at 7pmBarbara B. Mann Performing Arts HallTickets from $42Celebrate the music of the multi-award-winning composer with guest stars Doug LaBrecque, Christiane Noll, and Tony Award-winner Donna McKechnieWe Play The Music You Love To Hear! Tony Winner Donna McKechnie Seats are selling fast! Get yours today! Marco bookstore will welcome author Sue Monk Kidd in MarchSunshine Booksellers on Marco Island will welcome bestselling author Sue Monk Kidd (The Mermaid Chair, The Secret Life of Bees) for a discussion and signing of her newest novel at 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 12, at the Marco Island Center for the Arts. The Invention of Wings was released earlier this month. Tickets for $39 include a copy of the book and priority seating. A portion of ticket sales will benefit the center for the arts. Only 150 tickets will be sold initially. At a later date, an additional 50 tickets will be made available for $10 each that will be standing room only and will not include a copy of the book. An Oprahs Book Club 2.0 selection, The Invention of Wings is described on amazon. com as a masterpiece of hope, daring, the quest for freedom and the desire to have a voice in the world Hetty Handful Grimke, an urban slave in early 19th century Charleston, yearns for life beyond the suffocating walls that enclose her within the wealthy Grimke household. The Grimkes daughter, Sarah, has known from an early age she is meant to do something large in the world, but she is hemmed in by the limits imposed on women. (The novel) is set in motion on Sarahs 11th birthday, when she is given ownership of 10-year-old Handful, who is to be her handmaid. We follow their remarkable journeys over the next 35 years, as both strive for a life of their own, dramatically shaping each others destinies and forming a complex relationship marked by guilt, defiance, estrangement and the uneasy ways of love This exquisitely written novel is a triumph of storytelling that looks with unswerving eyes at a devastating wound in American history, through women whose struggles for liberation, empowerment and expression will leave no reader unmoved. To purchase tickets for Ms. Kidds appearance or for more information, call Sunshine Booksellers at 393-0353 or stop by the store at 677 S. Collier Blvd. on Marco. Sue Monk Kidd


FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 C17 EXCLUSIVELY AT THE Promenade Bonita Bay On the Plaza 3rd Street S. INTRODUCING PANDORAS 2014 VALENTINES DAY COLLECTION. PANDORA Valentines Day gift sets starting at $125.**While supplies last. See store for details. Sparkle of Love $ 200 Love Locket $ 150 You & Me $ 125WITH A PANDORA GIFT SET*Available starting January 15TOUCH er HEARTAT THE MERCATO 239.431.5520 BEACH READINGVivien Leigh: An Intimate Portrait By Kendra Bean (Running Press, $30)REVIEWED BY LARRY COXIf Vivien Leigh had made only two films, Gone with the Wind and Streetcar Named Desire, she still would have managed to achieve film immortality. Her first love was the stage, but it was her luminous intensity in motion pictures that helped establish her lasting reputation. When Vivien Leigh walked into a room, her aura triggered a magnetism that drew people in and left them spellbound. Kendra Beans biography of Ms. Leigh is the first to have utilized the Laurence Olivier Archives that feature an invaluable collection of personal letters and documents ranging from interview transcripts to film contracts and even medical records. Because of this access, Ms. Beans book is the first to examine in such intimate detail the fascinating, troubled and often misunderstood life of Ms. Leigh. Vivien Mary Hartley was born in 1913 in India, the daughter of a British military officer. When the Hartley family returned to England in 1931, Vivien was enrolled at the Royal Academy Dramatic Arts in London. She married a barrister, Herbert Leigh Holman, a year later. The marriage didnt last, but Vivien used his middle name professionally. After several minor roles, she was cast in a play, Mark of Virtue, in 1935, and it was during its run that Vivien met Laurence Olivier. The chemistry between them was especially evident in their first film together, Fire Over England in 1937. Mr. Olivier was at work in Hollywood on Wuthering Heights. It was during this period that Vivien came to the attention of David Selznick, who cast her in the role that made her an international star, Scarlett OHara in Gone with the Wind. Ms. Leighs manic depression and ill health marred her career and even ended her marriage to Mr. Olivier in 1961. Ms. Bean documents the highs and lows of Ms. Leighs life and career with clarity and sensitivity. The incredible images many published for the first time add just the right touch.

PAGE 86 FLORIDA WEEKLYC18 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 GALLERY ON FIFTHMERCATO Original works in the permanent collections at the National Portrait Gallery, the Smithsonian, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Harvards Fogg Museum, and the George Bush Presidential Library. 9115 Strada Place, # 7503 GalleryOnFifth @ Giovanni De Cunto, Bellezza Nei Miei Sogni I, Acrylic on Canvas 36x36 Giovanni De Cuntoartist in presence Figures and Fantasy exhibit opens at Gardner Colby GalleryFigures and Fantasy, an exhibit of figurative works by Kim English, Stan Moeller, Aaron Westerberg Jim Lewis and sculptress Claire McArdle along with fanciful pieces by Ran Adler and John Schuyler, opens with a reception for the artists from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at the Gardner Colby Gallery. The figurative and fantasy themes both invite the viewer into the painting, often prompting an emotional response. What is it that attracts us to the figurative genre? In our minds eye, we often put ourselves in the painting and have a what-if? moment. Fantasy can also be in the minds eye. One often sees a seascape in a John Schyuler abstracted canvas. Similarly, with a Ran Adler assemblage, the viewers mind is free to interpret the piece in a number of ways. The gallery is at 386 Broad Ave. S. For more information, call 403-7787 or visit www.gardnercolbygallery. com. Terra cotta and marble sculptures by Claire McArdle Ankle Deep by James Lewis Through the Back Door by Kim English Not So Much Chaos by Ran Adler ANDREWCoffeltsPERSONAL TRAININGKeep your Resolutions THIS YEARGIVING UP IS EASY ( 239 ) WE COME TO YOU!


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But many machines featured female gypsy fortune tellers dressed in appropriate clothes. The most famous of these is Esmeralda, a machine that has been made by several manufacturers, many of them unknown, since the early 1900s. An Esmeralda even sits on Main Street in Disneyland. She moves, hands out a fortune card and then winks. The rarest fortune-telling machine known today was discovered in a restaurant in Virginia City, Mont., about seven years ago. Its about 100 years old and spoke to you in a 100-year-old voice if you inserted a coin. The machine is said to be worth more than $2 million. Vintage fortune teller machines sell for thousands of dollars. New ones are being made today and can cost $9,000 or more. Q: I was given a childs rocking chair more than 40 years ago. I would like to know more about it. Its stamped Gardners Patent, May 21, 1872. It is wood with brass tacks and has holes in the seat in a pattern of a star in a circle. Can you tell me something about the maker, age and value? A: Gardner & Co. was in business from 1863 to 1888 in Clarksville (now Glen Gardner), N.J. The company made several types of plywood chairs. George Gardner held the patent for a plywood seat made of a layer of canvas and three layers of veneer running in opposite directions. Value of your childs rocking chair is $150 to $200. Q: I have eight place settings of Stangl Potterys Thistle pattern dishes, plus serving pieces. Can you tell me how old they are and what theyre worth?A: Stangl Pottery of Flemington and Trenton, N.J., was originally named Fulper Pottery. The name of the pottery was changed to Stangl Pottery in 1929, three years after Johann Stangl became president of the company. The pottery was sold in 1972 and closed in 1978. Stangl made Thistle pattern from 1951 to 1967. Your set probably is worth about half of what similar new sets sell for today.Q: I have an Aladdin lamp that has been in our family for generations. The knob on the burner is marked Mantle Lamp Co., Nu-Type, Model B, Aladdin, patents pending, Made in U.S.A., Chicago, Ill. It has a green glass shade with a landscape design on it. Id like to know more about it and how old it is.A: The Mantle Lamp Co. of America was founded by Victor Johnson in 1908. The company trademarked the name Aladdin that same year. In 1926 Johnson bought a glass factory and began manufacturing glass lamps, shades and chimneys. His lamps were sold by traveling salesmen. Although electricity was common in cities, there were still many rural homes without it, and kerosene lamps continued to sell well. NuType burners were first made in 1932. Model B burners were introduced in 1933 and were made until 1955. The Mantle Lamp Co. merged with Aladdin Industries, a subsidiary, in 1949. The lamp division was sold to a group of investors in 1999 and became the Aladdin Mantle Lamp Co., which still is in business in Clarksville, Tenn. Your lamp was made between 1933 and 1949, when the company merged with Aladdin Industries and moved to Tennessee. Aladdin Knights of the Mystic Light is a club for collectors of Aladdin lamps. The clubs website,, can give you more information about Aladdin lamps.Q: My father served in the British army in World War I. I have his camera and case in excellent condition. Please tell me what the camera is worth and any other information you might have. A: The value of an old camera depends on the maker. You can find information by searching online or by going to your local library. If you dont know the model number of your camera, look at photos of vintage cameras by that maker and try to find one like it. If you check values online, remember that the asking price may be higher than what the camera eventually sells for. Tip: Do not wrap or store scrapbooks in anything made of PVC rigid or flexible plastic. Kim and Terry Kovel answer questions sent to the column. By sending a letter with a question, you give full permission for use in the column or any other Kovel forum. Names, addresses or email addresses will not be published. We cannot guarantee the return of photographs, but if a stamped envelope is included, we will try. The amount of mail makes personal answers or appraisals impossible. Write to Kovels, (Florida Weekly), King Features Syndicate, 300 W. 57th St., New York, NY 10019. Esmeralda, the vintage fortune teller, will nod, turn her head, move her jaws and hands, and even blink. An Esmeralda machine was offered at two different 2013 auctions, but she did not attract a high enough bid to sell. DUMOUCHELLES / COURTESY NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLYC20 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 16 -22, 2014


COLLECTORS CORNER SCOTT SIMMONS / FLORIDA WEEKLYSpotted: This cat-themed cigarette set includes two small ashtrays, one large one, a lighter and a whole lot of retro 1960s charm. It was $75 at I Found It!, 9249 Alternate A1A, North Palm Beach; (561) 557-2881. scottSIMMONS Art and Antiques Across Florida Its a busy time for collectors, with multiple antiques shows and events each weekend for the next couple of months. Heres a look at the weekend and beyond: Palm Beach Winter Antiques Sho w See f ine art and antiques in a new venue, as this show, open Jan. 16-19, moves to the West Palm Beach Marriott, 1001 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach. Hours are 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Jan. 17-18 and 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 19. Special preview benefiting the Historical Society of Palm Beach County is 6-9 p.m. Jan. 16. Tickets: $15 (good for all three days). Preview tickets: $100 advance, $125 at the door; wine, champagne, hors doeuvres, complimentary valet parking and an opportunity for early buying. Info: Naples Doll Club Annual Show & Sale This show attracts everyone from national dealers to budding collectors. Its 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 17 and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Jan. 18, Moorings Presbyterian Church Moss Hall, 791 Harbour Drive, Naples. Miami Antiques Extravaganza Bill and Kay Puchstein, who run the West Palm Beach Antiques Festival, will launch a new, high-end show from noon-5 p.m. Jan. 24, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 25 and 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Jan. 26 at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds, 10901 SW 24th St., Miami. General admission: $10; early preview 9 a.m.-noon Jan. 24 is $25; (813) 597-9178. Naples Antiques Show 6 p.m.9 p.m. Jan. 24, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Jan. 25 and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Jan. 26, Naples Hilton, Royal Palm Ballroom, 511 Tamiami Trail, Naples; 877-2830 or www. Arcadia Antique Fair More than 100 dealers set up along Oak Street in downtown Arcadia starting at 8 p.m. the fourth Saturday each month. Its an easy drive to shop, have lunch and shop some more before heading home. (863) 9935105 or Send your event information to Scot t Simmons at ssimmons@ NAPLES FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 C21 Join us every Thursday this season from 14pm in the Ave Maria Town Center for live outdoor music. Enjoy lunch, shopping and sightseeing. Check our website for band schedules. I-75, Exit 111, Head east on Immokalee Rd, right onto Oil Well Rd, then left into Ave Maria Trolley tour schedule subject to change without notice. Limited seating available. Call for details. 239.352.3903Free Town Trolley Tours Every Tuesday & Thursday 11am 2pm Leaving from Ave Maria Town Center www.AveMaria.comShopping, Dining & Live Music Its all 239-352-3903 OVERWEIGHT? 2590 Northbrooke Plaza Dr., Suite 103, Naples, FL 34119 Located on the corner of I-75 & Immokalee Rd. Naples Weight Loss & WellbeingLose up to 30 lbs in 30 days! CALL 1-800-WEIGHT-LOSS TODAY! $249 FOUR-WEEK WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM Offer includes: Complete comprehensive review of BMI, BMR, total body fat %, waist-to-hip ratio, lean vs. fat body mass, 30-days diet supplements + (3) Laser-Lipo treatments & (1) B-12 shot *Must call before 1/23/14. Must mention Florida Weekly when booking to get offer. (a $699 value)


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FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 C27 CELEBRITY EXTRAAndie MacDowell returning to Cedar Cove BY CINDY ELAVSKYQ: Can you tell me if and when Cedar Cove will return for another season? Richard O., Summerfield, Fla.A: The Hallmark Channel has renewed the phenomenally successful series, which is based on the book series of the same name by Debbie Macomber, for a second season. The shows first season made Hallmark Channel the No. 1 cable channel for Saturday nights during the 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. time slot. With internationally renowned actress Andie MacDowell leading the cast which includes Dylan Neal, Teryl Rothery, Bruce Boxleitner, Barbara Niven and Brennan Elliott season two of Cedar Cover promises more of the same drama, romance and fun. There is no word on the premiere date yet, but Id start looking for it this summer. And of course, Ill let you know as soon as I know exactly when it will return. Q: Would you know anything about the fantastic TV series 4 with Kiefer Southerland? I thought they were bringing it back, or at least making a movie. Dick W., via emailA: Fox is indeed airing a new version of 4, which is called 4: Live Another Day. This go round, it will be a 12-part series but will still cover the requisite 24 hours. Kiefer will return, as will Mary Lynn Rajskub, William Devane and Kim Raver. Be on the lookout for 4: Live Another Day this May on Fox. Q: Please tell me that Animal Planet will be airing another Puppy Bowl this Super Bowl Sunday! Tina W., Portland, MaineA: The cutest sporting event of the season is about to get even bigger when Puppy Bowl returns to Animal Planet on Feb. 2 (first airing is from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.) for its 10th anniversary edition. There will be a Kitty Half-Time Show, penguin cheerleaders and viewers can participate in the Fantasy Puppy League (go to to draft your team). Write to Cindy at King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475; or email her at MacDowell Get more info and get to know your favorite writers at BN.COM/events All events subject to change, so please contact the store to confirm.Reboot Your Brain; No More DiabetesDiscussion / Book Signing Wednesday, January 22nd, 7PM 5377 Tamiami Trail Naples (239) 598-5200 The health and nutrition expert and radio host shares scientific research suggesting that positive lifestyle changessuch as a balanced diet and daily exercisecan improve mental health and help reverse the effects of diabetes, Alzheimers, and Parkinsons. I 239-598-3473 I Corner of Airport & Vanderbilt Happy Hour: 11:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m., daily Sunday-Thursday 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11:30 a.m.-midnightSHARE THE SEASON You asked for it. We listened. Now featuring avorful American cuisine with shared plates for the table. Agave is the ideal location for families and friends to enjoy together. THE NEWLobster and Asparagus Tempura Red Pepper Jelly, Whole Grain Mustard Aioli 475 SEAGATE DRIVE, NAPLES, FL 34103 SPA Make this Winter memorable by pampering yourself with lavish spa treatments that will calm mind, body and spirit.Enjoy a treatment at Waldorf Astoria Spa between Friday, 1/24 Sunday, 1/26 and enjoy product sampling fom some of our exclusive vendors and other giveaways*. To reserve your treatment, please call 239.594.6321 or visit*While supplies last. Treat Yourself to a Spa Day with Added Benets.

PAGE 96 FLORIDA WEEKLYC28 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 SAVE THE DATE Trudy Labell Fine Art hosts Night Music, an evening to benefit Myra Janco Daniels Latchkey League supporting a new youth center at the Salvation Armym from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12. The gallerys featured artists will display their take on images of the night, and artist Sarah Williams will discuss her fascination with nightscapes of familiar yet isolated and unremarkable buildings, rooms and scenes located in rural America. The Ramos Brothers will perform songs of the night while guests enjoy food by Crave Culinaire accompanied by bubbly from Decanted Wine & Beer of Naples. Tickets are $80. Sponsors are Talis Park, Caffrey & Associates, Wilson & Johnson Attorneys at Law, Norman Love Confections, Vogue Interiors and Naples Illustrated. Trudy Labell Fine Art is in the Bigham Galleria, 2425 Tamiami Trail N. Foir reservations or more information, call Lynn Pitochelli at 434-7778 or email lynn@ The inaugural Will Dance for Food and Hunger Ball to benefit the Harry Chapin Food Bank takes place Friday through Sunday, Feb. 7-9, at the Naples Performing Arts Center, 6646 Willow Park Drive. Professional dance instructors Johnny and Lisa PerMar, Gabriella Bodoes-LoBello, Lori Oliver and Jeffrey Hajko will donate their instruction for 45-minute private lessons Feb. 7-8 in exchange for two Will Dance for Food tote bags filled with non-perishable food items. Call now to reserve your free private dance lesson, then pick up your Will Dance for Food tote bags and bring them back, filled with food items, when you come for the lesson. The Hunger Ball on Sunday, Feb. 9, will be catered by Crave Culinare, with entertainment by Little Eddie and the Fat Fingers. A silent auction will benefit the food bank. Newscaster Chad Oliver of NBC2 will emcee. Tickets to the ball are $65. Call 9190205 or 919-0201 to make a dance lesson appointment and/or to purchase tickets to the ball. For more information, visit Actress and activist Ashley Judd brings her passion for womens rights to Planned Parenthood of Collier Countys 10th annual Choice Affair on Saturday evening, Feb. 1, at the Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club. Ms. Judd is an international voice on humanitarian causes ranging from AIDS to birth control, military rape to comprehensive sex education, to equity and justice for women around the world. Her mission and that of Planned Parenthood go hand-in-hand. Past speakers at the Choice Affair include Gloria Steinem, Ellen Goodman, Jane Fonda, Kathleen Turner, Helen Thomas and Anna Quindlen. Tickets start at $350. For more information and to purchase tickets or sponsorships, call Linda Goldfield at 262-8923 or email Opera Naples Fete du Cirque gala takes place Wednesday, Feb. 19, at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort, two days before ONs performance of I Pagliacci (Feb. 21-22), also at The Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort under the Pavilion tent. Taking advantage of the theme and the Big Top venue, both the gala and the opera performances will feature performers from Circus Sarasota. Items up for bid during the galas live auction include tickets to the Royal Enclosure during Britains Royal Ascot Week next June, the most prestigious event on the European horse-racing calendar invariably attended by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II; tickets to New Yorks Fashion Week; a trip to Paris and French wine country; and a veranda suite on a luxury Seabourn cruise. For tickets or more information, call Opera Naples at 963-9050 or visit www. Charity for Change holds its inaugural signature fundraising event, The Giver Challenge, from 6-11 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 1, at Vi at Bentley Village. The night of minute-to-win-it fun will include name-that-song and other games relating to the Charity for Change character education program. The safari-themed fundraiser will include an open bar, appetizers, plated dinner, deejay and silent auction. For more information, call Suzanne Todd at 784-7945 or visit The NAACP of Collier County holds its 31st annual Freedom Fund banquet Saturday evening, Feb. 8, at the Hilton Naples. This years gala has a Let the Good Times Roll Mardi Gras theme and includes a cocktail reception, dinner, silent and live auctions and live music and dancing. For tickets or more information, visit or email The 11th annual Neighborhood Health Clinic Block Party takes place Saturday, Feb. 15, at the Waldorf Astoria Naples. The party generates approximately 25 percent of the Neighborhood Health Clinics annual operating budget. Using a professional volunteer staff and funded by private philanthropy, the clinic delivers medical and dental care to low-income, working but uninsured Collier County adults. Invitations will be mailed in early January. Tickets are $300 per person. Sponsorship opportunities are available now. For information, call Marsha Stefan at 529-2247 or email communityoutreach@neighbhorhoodhealthclinic. org. The Childrens Advocacy Center of Collier County holds its 18th annual Beach Ball on Saturday evening, Feb. 15, at a private beach club in Naples. Leave the gown and tuxedo at home and have a ball on the beach. Tickets are $250 per person. Call 263-8383 or email New York Times bestselling author and former Washington Post Magazine general editor Leslie Morgan Steiner will present the keynote address at The Shelter for Abused Women and Childrens 2014 Mending Broken Hearts with Hope luncheon on Monday, Feb. 17, at The Ritz-Carlton Beach Resort. Ms. Steiners memoir, Crazy Love, det ails how she survived four years of domestic violence in her first marriage before escaping and rebuilding her life. Tickets for $350 include admission to a designer boutique at the hotel. Sponsorships are available. For more information, call Susan Utz at 775-3862, ext. 261, or email Bayshore Cultural and Performing Arts Center hosts Swing Into Spring for the Arts on Saturday evening, March 22, at Windstar on Naples Bay. The night begins with a reception and music by the Stu Shelton Trio and continues with a live auction, dinner and dancing to the swinging sounds of The Music Makers Show Band. Tickets are $145. Honorary chairmen are Richard Tooke and Charles Marshall; Charlane King, Robin Bache-Gray and Stephen Kutler serve as the gala committee. Sponsorships and underwriting opportunities are available. For more information or to reserve tickets, call 775-2800, email or visit The 2014 Southwest Florida Wine Caption GET MELTED AND ROLL!LEARN THE MELT METHOD SEEN ON DR. OZ ALONG WITH CORE360S FOAM ROLLING EXERCISES REGISTRATION IS REQUIREDTUESDAYS 10:00 -11AMBEGINNING JANUARY 28


Delicious variety and lower calories wrapped in organic wheat wrap bread. Sarasota / 5231 University Pkwy. @ Honore / 941-351-5999 Port Charlotte / US Hwy. 41 & 776 / 941-235-3354 Fort Myers / Reections Pkwy. @ Cypress Lake / 239-590-9994 Cape Coral / Santa Barbara near Veterans / 239-458-8700 Naples / Immokalee near Airport / 239-593-9499 Taste our lighter side.Spinach Veggie Wrap / 350 calories Mediterranean Wrap / 320 calories Turkey Wrap / 410 FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C29 & Food Fest takes place Friday and Saturday. Feb. 21-22, at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club. Northern Trust is the title sponsor. The festival begins with chef/vintner dinners in private homes throughout Southwest Florida on Friday and concludes with a grand tasting and auction at Miromar Lakes on Saturday. Last years event netted $2 million. The primary beneficiary is The Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida. For more information, call 278-3900 or visit www. The Greater Naples YMCA holds its ninth annual Sneaker Ball on Friday, Feb. 21, at Seacrest Country Day School. Proceeds will help the Y continue the rebuild and repair efforts that have been ongoing since a Labor Day fire. Guests are encouraged to wear sneakers with their black-tie optional attire. Dinner will be by Artichoke & Company and Quantem Aviation. Dance music will be by the Robert Williamson Band. The evenings Premier Sponsor and event chair is Lavern Gaynor. Tickets range from $150 for a single ticket to $1,200 for a table for 10. For reservations or more information, call 2892348 or visit www.greaternaplesymca. org. Voices for Kids of Southwest Florida hosts Make the Night Bright, an evening of food and libation, silent and live auctions to benefit abused, neglected and abandoned children, from 6-8:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at The Naples Depot. Sponsorship opportunities are available now. Call 533-1435 or visit www. for more information. Gulfshore Playhouse holds its 10th anniversary gala, Bubbles, Baubles & Broadway, on Thursday, Feb. 27, at the Naples Beach Hotel & Golf. The celebration will honor Bob Harden, a longtime board member and theater patron. Tickets range from $300 for a single ticket to $5,000 for a VIP table of eight, which includes show partnership for a production in the 2013-14 season. For reservations or more information, call 261-7529 or visit The Community Foundation of Collier County hosts its annual Celebration of Philanthropy luncheon Friday, Feb. 28, at the Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Resort. More than 250 friends and partners of the Community Foundation are anticipated to attend the luncheon honoring winners of the Harvey Kapnick Award, recognizing a nonprofit that has distinguished itself by exemplifying program excellence; the Robert C. Cosgrove Award, acknowledging an individuals devotion to the well-being of our community; and the award for Outstanding Corporate Philanthropy, recognizing an organization that consistently helps to reinforce the community by making intelligent use of its own strengths and social capital. Last years honorees were: First Book of Collier County, the Harvey Kapnick Award; Lavern Gaynor, the Robert C. Cosgrove Award; and Preferred Travel of Naples, Outstanding Corporate Philanthropy Award. Tickets for $100 per person and $1,500 per patron table are available at www. Fun Time Early Childhood Academy hosts its annual gala Friday, Feb. 28, at the Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club. To the theme of Let the Fun Times Roll at Mardi Gras, guests will gather at 6:30 p.m. for cocktails, dinner, and silent and live auctions. Honorary co-chairs are Becky and John Allen; co-chairs are Janet and Blake Gable. Tickets are $250 per person or $500 for patron tickets. Sponsorship and underwriting opportunities are still available. Proceeds will provide tuition assistance for the children of low-income working families attending Fun Time. For more information, call 261-8284. The American Cancer Societys 2014 Bucket List Bash: Fly Me to the Moon takes off at 6 p.m. Saturday, March 1, at the Naples Jet Center. Organizers promise out-of-this-world food and wine, entertainment and silent and live auction items. Individual tickets are $450. Patron seats, tables and sponsorship packages are also available. For reservations or more information, visit New Horizons of Southwest Florida holds its sixth annual benefit luncheon on Saturday, March 1, at the Hilton Naples. With a theme of Oh, the Places Youll Go, the afternoon will focus on the doors opened through education. Tickets are $75. Call Carolyn Herbold at 498-7789 or email carolyn.herold@ Conservancy of Southwest Florida celebrates its 50th anniversary at the 10th annual Magic Under the Mangroves on Thursday, March 6, on the grounds at the Conservancy Nature Center. The traditional patron party on Keewaydin Island will be Sunday, Feb. 9. Lynne Shotwell chairs the event, and Northern Trust returns as presenting sponsor. Details about tickets and reservations are at The Golisano Childrens Museum of Naples presents its inaugural gala, Night at the Museum, Saturday, March 22. Its a night for 300 grown-up guests to let their inner child come out and experience Cmon first-hand. Casual best attire is recommended so that guests can enjoy the museum much the way young visitors do. Hors doeuvres and cocktails will be by chef Brian Roland of Crave Culinaire. Dancing will be to the music of the Virginia-based Right On band, which has played for U.S. presidents including Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. Sponsorships and underwriting opportunities start at $2,500. Individual tickets are $500. For reservations or more information, call 514-0084, ext. 1714, email or visit Retired NBA professional basketball player Shaquille ONeal and ESPN college basketball analyst Dick Vitale will be the honored guests at the Boys & Girls Club of Collier Countys second annual Youth of the Year Celebration on Monday evening, March 24, at ArtisNaples. Tickets are $50. For more information, call the Boys & Girls Club of Collier County at 325-1765 or visit The Holocaust Museum & Education Center of Southwest Florida hosts Triumph 2014: Lives of Purpose on Thursday, March 27, at Naples Municipal Airport. The evening will honor veterans of The Ghost Army and U.S. Air Force Academy Cadet Schaeffer McHenry, a graduate of Gulf Coast High School. For more information, call 263-9200 or visit E-mail Save the Date items to Cindy Pierce at

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PAGE 100 FLORIDA WEEKLYC32 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 SOCIETYThe Forum Club welcomes Mark Sullivan, former U.S. Secret Service director, at the Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club PEGGY FARREN / FLORIDA WEEKLY COURTESY PHOTOSDick and Barbara Wilson Bill Allyn, Betty Jean Bankes and Mark Sullivan Dave Rismiller, Tom Bringartner and Bill Allyn Don York and Sue Keller Jim Lozelle and Mike Levison Karen Pulte and Anna Rice Kelly Cortes, Sergio Alvarez, Joan Thomas, Revenel Metayer and Claudia Anez-Zabala Sergio Alvarez, Dick Censits and Revenel Metayer Joan Thomas and Jim Henderson Rocky Caldwell and Kelly Cortes Tim Ubben and Austin Adams The Founders Fund scholarship luncheon at the Club Pelican Bay 851 Fifth Avenue North Suite 306 Naples, FL 34102 Common sense solutions to protect your business and real estate interests

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FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C33 SOCIETY Celebrating artist Paul Arsenaults four decades at home in Collier County Like us on /NaplesFloridaWeekly to see more photos. We take more society and networking photos at area events th an we can t in the newspaper. So, if you think we missed you or one of your friends, go to www. and view the photo albums from the many events we cover. You can purchase any of the photos too. Send us your society and networking photos. Include the names of everyone in the picture. E-mail them to society@ LA PAGLIA / FLORIDA WEEKLY Anthony La Paglia, Paul Arsenault and Betty Mehlrose Teri Neuman and Jean Heuschen Sean and Rebecca Wells with Logan Harold Weeks with Mary Margaret and Jim Gruszka Gary Vincent, Eileen Arsenault and Jon Nickerson Ginny and Ray Karpowicz Susan Castle, Mary Deppe and Regina Devlin Ron Jamro and Christina Apkarian

PAGE 102 FLORIDA WEEKLYC34 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 BARBECUE IS WHAT WE DO LET US DO IT FOR YOU!In Lee & Collier Counties Call Our Catering Manager at (239) 209-0940 Catering Services from 25 5,000 Catering! Our Award Winning Baby Back Ribs, Chicken, Pork and Beef accompanied by our homemade Cole Slaw and Baked Beans can be brought to your event by our mobile char-grill. I will take pictures of your...Business Family Gathering Holiday or Birthda y Party Gala Ball Auction and mor e!(c) PAPARAZI / www.fotosearch.comEvent Stephen@medianaples.comin Naples VINOKosta Browne brings hard-to-get pinot noirs to Southwest Florida Wine & Food Fest Kosta Browne might not be a household name, even among wine lovers. But those who know this California boutique winery willingly wait as long as six years to purchase bottles of its single vineyard pinot noirs. Should you wish to try them a bit sooner, consider attending the 2014 Southwest Florida Wine & Food Fest, for which Kosta Browne is the signature vintner. The fundraiser takes place Friday and Saturday, Feb. 21-22. Kosta Brownes pinot noir was Wine Spectators Wine of the Year in 2011. Their commitment to making worldclass pinot noir and participating in charity events all over the country makes them a great partner for our charity, says festival trustee Marshall Hanno. Kosta Browne wine speaks for itself. Founder and winemaker Michael Browne came to town recently for a preview dinner at Angelinas Ristorante in Bonita Springs, where he talked passionately about what he does and why he does it. Festival trustees sampled the acclaimed wines.When I enter the barrel room (where the wines ferment in oak barrels), its full of life and energy, Mr. Browne told guests. I get chills. Its like having 500 horses. I pat my barrels like the bellies of horses and say, What are you going to do?He and co-founders Dan Kosta and Chris Costello team up with grape farmers who are as committed to producing great grapes as Kosta Browne is to making superior wine. The result is intensely flavored and balanced pinot noirs and chardonnay wines from select regions in California, including the Russian River Valley, Sonoma Coast and Santa Lucia Highlands appellations. While Mr. Browne plays a major role in the winemaking process, he says most of the credit goes to the terroir of the Russian River Valley, one of the best places on the planet to grow pinot noir grapes. When the grapes are planted correctly and the right farmers pick the fruit at its peak, he adds, the winemaker has to do very little to produce superb wine. Mother Nature is in control. Noted wine writer James Laube had this to say in the June 4, 2012, Wine Spectator: In the span of a decade, the Kosta Browne winery has established itself as one of the beacons of California Pinot Noir, adding that it is a model for excellence and consistency.The winerys eight single vineyard designation pinot noirs consistently score in the mid-s in Wine Spectator reviews.Browne and Kosta came to winemaking through a dream they shared while working at John Ash & Co. restaurant in Santa Rosa, Calif., where they waited tables and tended bar. They decided that on the nights they worked together, they would put away $10 of their tips and, after a few months, had enough money to buy half a ton of pinot noir grapes. The year was 2000. Mr. Browne had spent several years sampling all sorts of wines and volunteering at Deerfield Ranch Winery starting in 1997, rising to co-winemaker in 2000.What is today a multi-million-dollar company with a brand new winery in the Sonoma County town of Sebastopol started with one used barrel and an old hand-crank crusher-stemmer. They learned by trial and error. In 2001, their wine was not good, Mr. Browne said. The 2, however, rated a 92 from Wine Spectator, and things happened quickly from then on. With their success, they are motivated to give back. Festival organizer Southwest Florida Childrens Charities has raised almost $9 million over the last five years, making it the most successful fundraising event in Lee County. The primary beneficiary is Golisano Childrens Hospital of Southwest Florida. The wine fest also helps support the Edison State College Pediatric Nursing Program and Florida Gulf Coast Universitys music therapy program at the Bower School of Music. The title sponsor of the 2014 event is Skanska Gates. COURTESY PHOTOMichael Browne, co-founder and executive winemaker of Kosta Browne Winery, signature vintner of the 2014 Southwest Florida Wine & Food Fest. o p s C e The Southwest Florida Wine & Food Fest>> When: Friday, Feb. 21, dinners in private homes with guest vintners and local chefs; Saturday, Feb. 22, grand tasting and auction at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club>> Tickets: Call Southwest Florida Childrens Charities at 513-7990, email info@ sw or visit www.sw winefest. org.

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Agave Bar & Grill>> Hours: Brunch served 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Sunday; regular hours are 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday-Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday and 11:30 a.m. to midnight Friday-Saturday. >> Reservations: Accepted >> Credit cards: Accepted >> Price range: Brunch is $20 per person. >> Beverages: Bloody Marys, mimosas and champagne are $2 each >> Seating: Booths and tables, indoor and outside >> Volume: Low to moderate >> Parking: Free lot >> Website: www.agavenaples.comRatings: Food: Service: Atmosphere: 2380 Vanderbilt Beach Road, Naples; 598-3473SuperbNoteworthyGoodFairPoor FLORIDA WEEKLY WEEK OF JANUARY 16-22, 2014 ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT C35 700 Fifth Ave. S., Naples, FL 34102 239.659.7008 | www.VerginaRestaurant.comVERGINATHE BEACON OF LOCAL COMMUNITY SUPPORT, SHINING AGAIN!Vergina, The Taste Youll Never Forget in a Place Youll Always Remember! Building The Pathways To Success For The Children of Immokalee.SAVE THE DATE for our next spectacular event in support of the Immokalee Foundation. Join Vergina on February 3rd for the Dine & Donate Event.Vergina is contributing a portion of all proceeds to bene t the children of Immokalee. To make a reservation call 239-659-7008 CUISINEAs civilized as it is delicious: brunch at reinvented Agave Bar & GrillFor those who might have missed my previous news column on this, Agave has changed concepts. Gone is the Southwestern cuisine, due to a lessthan-enthusiastic response from the public. The new concept features a range of American fare and includes a new Sunday brunch buffet that offers a choice assortment of flavorful dishes, each attractively plated and clearly prepared with attention to detail. Customers can choose from seats in the lushly appointed dining room, which still looks much as it did in the Southwestern days (lots of texture, warm earth tones, upholstered booths and pottery and wall hangings that call to mind the American Southwest and Mexico). A lovely fountain provides a soothing shush-shush-shushing background track that enhances the cool, tranquil atmosphere. (The attention to detail and luxury is evident in the restrooms as well, where lights, water, soap, etc. are automatic and there are soft terrycloth towels for hand drying.) For those who prefer to dine al fresco, there are tables right outside the entrance at which you can get a bit of sunshine along with your Sunday midday meal. Coffee and soft drinks are included in the brunch price; bloody Marys, mimosas or glasses of champagne are a reasonable $2 each. We opted for the bloody Marys and received two tall glasses, each with a generous pour of vodka and instructions to head to the bar where we could mix our own to our liking. There was a tall pitcher of bloody Mary mix as well as plain tomato and Clamato juices, olives with blue cheese or pimentos, marinated asparagus, tall stalks of celery, assorted black and white ground pepper, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish and Agave brand hot sauces. We mixed and tasted, tasted and mixed until our drinks were just right. I really like this sort of set up for bloody Marys, as tastes vary so widely. I wanted an extra measure of Worcestershire sauce and horseradish, while my companion found the hot sauce more to his liking. In the end, we were both pleased with our drinks. Then it was time to gather food, which was also arrayed in the bar. Trays filled with assorted fruits, cheeses and meats sat on one side station where a chef creates made-to-order omelets and pancakes. On the far side were rows of food, one containing hot lunch items in large silver chafing dishes, another with an assortment of salads, dessert and eggs Benedict. It isnt a vast display, but whats there is fresh and appealing. Eggs Benedict can be tricky. When left too long on a steam table, they can get rubbery and the Hollandaise sauce can congeal. These were just right: the English muffin firm, the egg soft but not runny, the sauce smooth and creamy. Another tray held thinly sliced smoked salmon arranged in the shape of a flower blossom. Little baskets arranged around the salmon contained capers, red onions, egg, tomato and creme fraiche. The salmon was tender, smoky and not too salty, and was delicious with all the accompaniments. Small bowls held guacamole and chips, a throwback to the restaurants original concept. While the guacamole was fine and our extremely personable and attentive server brought us a large basket a fresh chips to accompany it I liked the avocado and tomato salad better. The avocadoes in the salad were chunkier, with crunchy onions and bright lemon flavor that paired well with red, ripe sections of tomatoes. We arrived just before noon (brunch starts at 11:30 a.m.) and there were only a few other tables occupied, so there was no waiting at the omelet and pancake station. The agreeable young chef cooked the veggies we requested tomato, spinach, red onion and mushrooms then expertly poured the omelet into the pan, finishing it off with a mix of cheeses. Meanwhile, hed made us two fluffy pancakes as well. Like the salmon, these had a variety of accompaniments available. We liked the orange marmalade and a concoction that looked like stoneground mustard but was a delicious blend of cinnamon-tinged caramelized bananas. (Other options included vanilla-bean whipped cream and kid-pleasing chocolate chips.) From the lunch items, we sampled well-seasoned black beans paired with rice studded with corn and poblano peppers, skirt steak that had been thoroughly marinated and seasoned then served with shoestring potatoes, tender barbecued chicken in a savory sauce and mahi in a mild cream sauce. We skipped the meat tray and went light on the cheeses and fruit, because there remained several tempting looking desserts to sample. The pecan pie and banana bread were unremarkable, but the cheese Danish, tres leches cake and pumpkin pie were excellent and well worth saving room for. Throughout the meal, our dishes were whisked away promptly and silverware was replaced as needed. Despite the fact that this was a buffet and we were responsible for fetching our own food, our server checked in regularly, making sure we had enough to drink and that our meal was progressing smoothly. While I will miss the Southwestern fare of the old Agave, the new incarnation retains some traces of that zesty cuisine along with a variety of other well-executed options and a staff that aims to please. Its a great choice for a Sunday brunch that has an upscale feel but a moderate price. KAREN FELDMAN / FLORIDA WEEKLY 1. Pancakes with sides of caramelized banana and orange marmalade. 2. Tender smoked salmon is served with all the proper accompaniments. 3. The dessert display beckons with, clockwise from top left: tres leches cake, pumpkin pie, cheese Danish, banana bread and pecan pie. 4. Smoked salmon, eggs Benedict and avocado-tomato salad make a good first course. 1 3 2 4

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JANUARY 2014 LUXE LIVING 3FLORIDA WEEKLY MAKEOVER KELLY MERRITTINTERIOR DESIGNERS SHERRI DUPONT AND JODY Keene of Collins & DuPont. had their work cut out for them when they set out to remodel a house in Olde Cypress in Naples. The new owners purchased the home fully furnished, and the designers say it suffered from too-much-stuff syndrome. For example, the foyer table held a lamp, two pelicans, a floral arrangement and two other knickknacks. The dcor was in the traditional style with lots of mauve tones, greens and dark colors, which made the house feel heavy. Every room had an artificial tree. Every space was filled with accents there were items atop cabinets, and nothing was without an end table or matching piece of furniture. There were a lot of gilded frames on artwork, lots of heavy, big armoires and heavy Mediterranean-type touches, which is really going away, Mrs. Keene says. She and Mrs. DuPont walked room-by-room through the From too much to just right Out with the clutter, in with the dazzle We are always looking to meet the homeowners taste, but it s always fun to have this kind of creative freedom. Interior designer Jody Keene, Collins & DuPont COURTESY PHOTOSBefore (inset) and after: This home in Olde Cypress went from drab and dated to cool and contemporary. Before (above) and after (top) on the lanai: Outdoor living improves after addressing the too-much-stuff syndrome. Sherri DuPont, ASID, and Jody Keene, ASIDSEE MAKEOVER, 4

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house with the new owners and asked them to point out everything that fell into the must-keep category. The homeowners wanted to keep the guest-room furniture, and throughout the house the designers worked with new and existing pieces. We encourage homeowners to go into a remodel with a willingness to weed out things that need to go and keep the things that can be reinvented, Mrs. Keene says. The overall goal was to clean up and freshen every room. The owners are accountants who were open to changing the dcor and letting the designers run with the concept. They came to us and said theyd bought this home, had seen our ads and wanted a house that felt like a vacation home, Mrs. Keene says. They have two sons, so they wanted something easy to maintain and thats livable. They let us run with it, so we created a design scheme and presented it to them. Because the designers were given freedom, they had few challenges. Both say it was one of their favorite remodeling jobs. We are always looking to meet the homeowners taste, but its always fun to have this kind of creative freedom, Mrs. Keene says. One of the challenges they faced was in the master bedroom, where a window and doorway were different heights on two adjacent walls. When that happens, it creates unrest, Mrs. Keene says. When you walk into a room, your eye naturally wants to travel around the room to see whats going on. The designers solved the challenge by installing a false Roman shade in the master to make it look as if the window was as high as the door. This helped to create the unity they were seeking. They also removed panel molding and lightened up the window treatments, replacing draperies with simple side panels that softened the room but kept that unclutte red feeling. They changed the master bath by adding a new wall covering with built-in mirror frames to match the existing cabinetry, which gave the homeowners a larger space to work with. Another change the designers made included switching out the oversize, heavy dining table for a smaller game table. Carpeting, painting and lighting changes also were necessary. The overall result? A much more transitional house with clean lines. On the outside, they added a tile detail on the lanai wall. The 6-by-3-foot art piece with sea life elements that include fish, starfish, turtles and pebbles lends an organic feel to the outdoor living space. Collins & DuPont Interior Design 8911 Brighton Lane, Bonita Springs 948-2400 FLORIDA WEEKLY4 LUXE LIVING JANUARY 2014 MAKEOVER g n e n d h r g s e e, o es. Bedroom blahs (right) be gone, replaced by rich, warm woods and a soothing neutral palette (above). The foyer after (above) is way more welcoming with much less stuff.MAKEOVERFrom page 3 HOME FURNISHINGS INFLORIDAS FAVORITE COLORSFORT MYERS13411 Metro Parkway Corner of Metro & Daniels 239.561.5656OPENMon-Sat 10am-6pm | Sun 12pm-5pmNAPLES2160 Tamiami Trail N Gateway Center 239.263.2506PORT CHARLOTTE18700-9 Veterans Blvd. Next door to Michaels 941.235.7711 Like us on Facebook Design services available Stop by one of our three showrooms today to see whats new for season! With a wide variety of contemporary and transitional furnishings and accessories there is something for everyone at Denmark Interiors! see more selection at www.DenmarkInteriors.comFinancing AvailableSee your salesperson for details

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BY KELLY MERRITTFlorida Weekly CorrespondentWHEN NORRIS HOME FURNISHINGS received the Collier Building Industry Association 2013 Sand Dollar Award for Interior Design of the Year for a singlefamily, detached home in the $1.25 million-to-$1.49 million category, it went to interior designer Mary Beth Binkley-Gill for her work on the Friedmann home in Mediterra. The home remains a favorite project of Ms. Binkley-Gill, but the versatile designer has worked on several projects that would qualify as unique. She gave LUXE LIVING a peek into her world, including how she infused that wow factor into the Friedmann home, her least favorite design trend and what its like to design a Port Royal home with absentee homeowners. Q: Whats your favorite design trend right now? A: I like transitional with touches of sophisticated bling. Q: What design trend are you glad to see has gone by the wayside? A: Tuscan. Q: If you could have a celebrity or local designer come decorate your house, who would it be? A: Id most like to have Candice Olson design it, with an unlimited budget! Q: What decor would you most want in your home? A: My choices would be to have clean lines, lots of color and very inviting. Q: We hear youve designed an entire home working with the homeowners remotely. Was that the most difficult project or home youve ever designed? A: Yes. The homeowners were from England. I designed their 5,500-squarefoot home in Port Royal doing everything over the phone and via email. I only met them after everything was installed. Q: In the Friedmann home, built by Bordeaux Homes, you had 5,305 square feet with 3,602 square feet under air to work with. Please share with us what made this project special. A: In the informal dining room, transitional lines flow through and a custom built-in wall unit houses a climatecontrolled wine cooler. Elements of warm wood tones, granite and glass are coupled with natures colors of bronze, green and ivory, which add harmony and excitement to the space. Antique white walls, shades of green, ivory and bronze and a sleek travertine floor juxtapose to the medium wood toned furnishings that add warmth to the interior. Q: You mentioned the Friedmanns wanted that wow factor in their design. In addition to the metallic silver brick ceiling, how did you accomplish this? A: There are soft geometric shapes in the oval chandelier and the geometric shapes continue with the multi-level, squared cocktail table base, front of media console and area rug. The clean lines of the furnishings and a mix of textures used in the upholstery and drapery panels add a level of sophistication, along with mosaic green, ivory and bronze glass-tiled columns. In the master suite, bronze and crme mosaic glass tiles wrap around the tub base while a serene palette of green and bronze create a soothing effect.Q: If a homeowner wants to go it alone, please share any advice you have for decorating resources. A: I really dont recommend homeowners go it alone. A designers years of experience and contacts with local trade contractors can eliminate costly mistakes. Mary Beth Binkley-Gill Norris Home Furnishings 5015 Tamiami Trail N., Naples 263-0580 FLORIDA WEEKLY6 LUXE LIVING JANUARY 2014 DESIGNER Q&A IN THE NEWS Ms. Binkley-Gill used green and neutral tones to set the stage for a peaceful bedroom. Even a large space can seem cozy with the right placement and furnishings.Youll have to try again next yearFor 60 years, the Naples Garden Clubs House & Garden Tour has been a highlight of the season. The perennially sold-out event showcases extraordinary homes and inspiring gardens to raise money for the clubs scholarships and grants. The 2014 tour sold out in record time: less than four days. Four homes in Port Royal and Old Naples have been selected for the Saturday, Feb. 1, tour. A rambling 1951 home in Old Naples is a showcase of local and international art and outdoor garden sculpture. Another home transports visitors to Bali with its Balinese-inspired interior and Polynesian garden. A unique Port Royal home has a butterfly ga rden in the enclosed courtyard. The fourth home, an outstanding example of Coastal Chic style, is the 2014 Home & Design Signature House. To be placed on the email list for a chance to get in on the 2015 tour, send an email to tours@ Kitchen tour heats up in Port RoyalThe Naples Womans Clubs annual Naples Kitchen Tour is high on the list of most-coveted events for design and culinary junkies. The tour showcases select kitchens in homes throughout Port Royal. Attendees also get to partake of samples prepared by Naples top chefs and enjoy music, floral designs, gift boutiques and prize drawings featured at each home. The 2014 tour takes place Wednesday, Jan. 22, with groups setting out from the Naples COURTESY PHOTOSThese two kitchens on the Naples Womans Clubs 2014 Naples Kitchen Tour illustrate the range of tastes among Port Royal homeowners, from Old World charm (below) to contemporary elegance (above). This painted steel sculpture, titled Dream of Samothrace, was created in 1994 by artist Jim Krieger. It resides at one of the 2014 Naples Garden Club House & Garden Tour homes. MARY BETH BINKLEY-GILL ROLLS WITH THE PUNCHES l si bu co w a c o g r a n w h b r ta M Womans Club at 10 and 11 a.m. and noon. Transportation is provided. Tickets include an open house from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at club headquarters with entertainment, a gift boutique and refreshments. Tickets are $100 for general admission, $150 for patron level. Proceeds benefit Friends of Foster Children, the David Lawrence Center, Youth Haven and the Naples Womans Club philanthropic efforts. Inquire about ticket availability by calling Ann Palmer at 262-2259.

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ou dont have to be a snowbird to love the warmth and romance of a fireplace. Despite winters oft-soaring temps in Southwest Florida, many here still love nothing more than stoking the fire on a chilly sub-70 degree night. Whether youre settling down in front of a gas or electric model inside or cozying up to a fire pit on the lanai, here are a few ways to heat up the ambiance when cooler weather FLORIDA WEEKLY8 LUXE LIVING JANUARY 2014 IN STORESPop to it Sure, you can always get up from the cozy hearth and go into the kitchen to nuke popcorn in the microwave in a matter of seconds, but how much fun is that? Even if you dont have kids or grandkids in the house to impress by showing them how it was done when you were a kid, youll get a kick out of popping some kernels the oldfashioned way, over the Holding patternFor matches or fatwood, this little holder from Plow & Hearth is an adorable bear who hugs a hoop barrel that keeps fireplace accents organized and accessible. Its crafted from cast iron with painted black finish. Hot, hot, hotIn the trendy industrial Shirley Street area, Hot Concepts Fireplaces has 20 years of experience creating custom fireplaces that are guaranteed to up the romance ante of any atmosphere.Hot Concepts Fireplaces 5450 Shirley St., Naples 300-4950 Over and underPart of decorating a fireplace is what goes above the mantle and on the floor around the hearth. Silver Eagle Gallery is filled with things that seem made for accenting fireplaces, including western and Native American headdresses and original art. We also liked the Zapotec wool rugs from Oaxaca, Mexico. They resist sparks, which makes them perfect for protecting hardwood floors.Silver Eagle Gallery 850 Fifth Ave. S., Naples 403-3033 Where the hearth isHomeGoods is always a great resource for useful yet stylish accessories for every room in the house at any time of the year. We found more than a few things that can contain kindling and firewood during the winter months and magazines, toys or just about anything else once the weather warms up. We especially liked the big basket woven of recycled newspapers. 4155 Ninth St. N., Naples it to Arabesque to stock up on matches so pretty yet still functional. Even if your gas fireplace lights up with a click, youll want to accessorize the hearth with a couple of these eye-catching cylindrical containers by Michel Design Works. Each box contains 50 wooden matches. Arabesque 350 Fifth Ave. S., Naples 403-0043 YCushiony Perfect for really important fireside chats, this hearth bench from MacKenzieChilds comes in two sizes. The cushions are wrapped in an elegant tapestry of orange, chocolate, plum, gold and magenta tones, with coordinating handpainted checks and copper leafing on the claw feet. Brass nailhead trim, checked piping and glass-beaded fringe add extra

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PAGE 114 FLORIDA WEEKLY10 LUXE LIVING JANUARY 2014 COVER STORYEclectic style is alive and well in Old NaplesThisislivingThe informal dining area in Linda and Joe Sfaras home, top, is an indoor version of a Tahitian hut. Above, the couple in the kitchen, where they often entertain. BY KELLY MERRITTFlorida Weekly CorrespondentAT THE HOME OF JOSEPH AND LINDA SFARA IN Old Naples, a taste of history and modern accents have turned a Tahitian-style stilt house into a welcoming place for friends and family to gather. Its the perfect distance to walk to the beach and town. We were trying to get as close to the beach as possible and we liked the open floor plan. It felt like a vacation house, Mrs. Sfara says. I felt like if I moved here, I would be on vacation forever. The house is jovial and warm, and it has a famous resident. Rugby, the Sfaras Australian Labradoodle, has been painted, photographed and styled by numerous artists in town for his expressive face and sweet demeanor. One of J Sf ho me to p i s an i nd oo r We were trying to get as close to the beach as possible, and we liked the open floor plan. It felt like a vacation house. I felt like if I moved here, I would be on vacation forever. Linda Sfara

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them is Po Po Flanagan, a well-known painter. The image of the Sfaras cat, Cricket, a regal rag doll feline, has also been captured on canvas. But the house is perhaps best known for its original architect, the late Walter Keller, who lived in Port Royal and built five such stilt houses in the Tahitian style with a 1950s feel. The house, while a sound structure, was called an abomination that nobody should buy at any price by the Realtor, Mr. Sfara says. This got us interested. These houses, including the Sfaras house, are no longer recognizable as related because homeowners have restored and redecorated them extensively through the years. But to the Sfaras knowledge, all five of Mr. Kellers stilt houses are still standing. Thats one of the things that probably helped us get our permits we didnt want to tear it down, Mr. Sfara says. We wanted to remodel. We did the floors and walls, and basically gutted the interior and redesigned the entire interior.A house for family and friendsThe Sfaras came to Naples from Boston in 1993 and remain big Red Sox fans. A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, he served aboard two ships and on the executive staff at the academy. He also took a one-year sabbatical in 2008 to serve as CEO of Hire Heroes USA, a charity focused on finding jobs for returning veterans, especially those with disabilities. Mrs. Sfara got into estate sales when she first came to Naples. That and their close friendship with their designer, Casey Feid, have helped the Sfaras find many unique items for their home. There is a tremendous amount of great stuff if you know where to look or have someone who can show you where to look, says Mr. Sfara. The three of us worked as a team to collaborate, and we found a lot of items that no one else has, which is interesting to us. Guests instantly feel at home in the Sfaras house, and one of the highlights of a visit often includes Mr. Sfaras cocktails. His Old Fashioneds and Manhattans have earned a following among their friends. We do parties every Fourth of July and every New Years Eve. Those are our standard parties before and after people walk to the beach to see the fireworks, Mr. Sfara says. We dont even send out invitations anymore; friends just stop by.Island accentsMrs. Sfara especially loves their inside island escape. Its her favorite room. The room pays homage to the style of the original house. The rope was made by Zulus and the ceiling is from the Philippines while the grass is African elephant grass. This room was the most fun, she says. We wanted something like a hut in the house where the lanai was, and they built this room in a day and a half. We were driving on 41 one night and there was a truck called Jungle Works in front of us. We literally flashed our lights until we got their attention, and it turned out they had done Gloria Estefans club and a project at Disney. The unique dcor extends to the outdoors, where they transformed the pool area. A eucalyptus fence was constructed around the pool, but the main attraction is a two-story Balinese rice hut built to scale. People actually live in them in Bali. We wanted a chickee hut, but that same company had this enormous rice hut already, so we were able to purchase it from them, Mr. Sfara says. The Sfaras now use it to store beach furniture, but guests love to sit in the glider underneath on the first floor and rock to the breeze coming in off the gulf. The kitchen is party central inside the house, and Mr. Sfara says its hard to get people out of it into the other rooms. They tend to congregate around the massive island. In the kitchen, there was an existing island, but we needed to extend the tile to the backsplash to make sense of the island, Ms. Feid says. To redo the island and everything else in granite would have been too heavy. They worked with a custom carpenter, Don Ewy Construction, which completed several other projects for the Sfaras. Linda is unusual because she knows exactly what she wants and does not waver. For example, we had to pick out the granite and it seemed overwhelming, but I told her you will know when you see it, says Ms. Feid. I read Linda and Joe and I heard them loud and clear we all like warmth, charm and character. Mr. Sfaras favorite part of the house is the wall behind the stairway. Its a large, expansive wall and Ms. Feid suggested acquiring vintage paper. A day later, Mr. Sfara called her and said, What about a JANUARY 2014 LUXE LIVING 11FLORIDA WEEKLY COVER STORY TIM GIBBONS / FLORIDA WEEKLYA lovely stone garden and fountain are just inside the wrought iron front gate. The downstairs bath is the place for rinsing off after a trip to the beach. The two-story Balinese rice hut outside is built to scale. Rugby, one of Naples most recognizable canines, is shown here in a portrait by Po Po Flanagan. SEE LIVING, 12

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12 LUXE LIVING JANUARY 2014 TIM GIBBONS / FLORIDA WEEKLYA desk from a public library in Boston tucks nicely into the space under the stairs. billboard? He had discovered a vintage billboard of a 1954 Chevrolet Bel Air convertible online at a website called Billboards of the Past. They purchased it and had it shipped to Naples from Iowa. The Sfaras had installed a window in the stair area, so they did have to cut down the billboard to fit. The paper hanger was fascinated, Mrs. Sfara says about the installation. The paper came in 12 pieces. We were amazed that it was paper and how light it was. The living room is a mix of traditional furnishings with a myriad of eclectic accent pieces, including statuary, animal prints and an art deco mirror. Each room is different, but it all works. There is a balance, Ms. Feid says. Downstairs, Mr. Sfara constructed a man cave of sorts. On the way in from tennis or golf or from the beach, instead of tracking sand through the house, he can stop for a quick shower. Its like a very luxurious mudroom and is adjacent to his activity room. An avid angler, he put an original ship captains desk in the room and uses if for tying flies. The Sfaras even found a way to utilize the space under the stairs in a unique way: They acquired an actual library table from a Boston public library and stationed it under the staircase to serve as a platform for Mr. Sfaras Naval Academy books, including yearbooks and reunion memorabilia. The Sfaras home houses a mixture of old and new pieces that define the couples vast experiences and love of vacation living. They celebrate marrying the spirit of a property with modern conveniences. With accents that vary from modern to traditional, its one of a kind. LIVINGFrom page 11Rugby sits with Linda Sfara while Cricket curls up with Joseph. DISTINCTIVE HOME REMODELER Pictured from left to right: Wanda Pfeiffer, Interior Designer; Chris Reed, President; Ryann Minkler, Design Assistant; Dale Harvey, Production Manager; Nichole Claprood, Interior Designer; Lyndsey Davis, Interior Designer. PROVIDING AN EXPERIENCE THAT ENRICHES LIVES AND REFINES HOMES Showroom Hours: 9-5 WeekdaysSaturdays 13500 Tamiami Trail N., Suite 10Naples, FLFlorida Licensed Contractor CBC #1259565Meet the National Award-Winning Designers and enjoy receiving new and fresh ideas for your remodeling project.

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JANUARY 2014 LUXE LIVING 15 MUST READJUST ONE MESSY or disorganized room is a designtheme destroyer. For parents, maintaining an organized, peaceful home with kids in the house is an added challenge. Author Carolyn Dalgliesh comes to the rescue with her book The Sensory Child Gets Organized, teaching readers, among other things, how to create harmonious spaces through sensory organizing. Her tips and strategies are a godsend for parents struggling to find balance between a beautiful home and a thriving environment for kids with sensory disorders such as anxiety, AD/HD, autism, bipolar disorder and OCD. Mrs. Dalgliesh teaches families to use organization and visual aids to support rigid, anxious or distracted kids with tasks at home. The result is a house where the design can shine, rather than the clutter. Mrs. Dalgliesh is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers and founder of Systems for Sensory Kids & Simple Organizing Strategies. CAROLYN DALGLIESHThe Sensory Child Gets OrganizedMIKE EGAN / EGAN IMAGES Naples 239.775.5100, 4600 Tamiami Tr. E. Bonita Springs 239.949.2544, 28801 S. Tamiami Tr. Fort Myers 239.322.5488, 12879 S. Cleveland Ave. TH 1984-2014 My Shower Door Customer STATE CERTIFIED CGG131150191 MY SHOWER DOOR is Your Frameless Shower Door Specialist! VOTED BEST SHOWER DOOR IN AMERICA BY: $50 OFF ORFREE REMOVALWith a frameless shower door installation. Not valid with any other offers. Expires 8.30.13 NAPLES239.596.325513500 N. TAMIAMI TRAIL (AT WIGGINS PASS)FORT MYERS239.337.366714261 S. TAMIAMI TRAIL (NEXT TO BONEFISH GRILL) TAMPA813.962.600814443B N DALE MABRY HWY (IN THE GRAND PLAZA)SARASOTA941.926.36674035 CLARK ROAD (IN THE EXPO ON CLARK)

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JANUARY 2014 LUXE LIVING 17FLORIDA WEEKLY DESIGN SOCIETYTHE SECOND ANNUAL WRITERS DOMAIN AT NORRIS HOME FURNISHINGS 1. Carol Boyd and Myra Daniels 2. Caroline Dawson and Peter Dawson 3. Ebil De La Rosa and Susan Salimbene 4. Kat Epple and Dan Tudor 5. Larry and Renee Norris 6. Manny Garcia, Bill Barker, Fran Reiss and Hussain Shamseddine 7. Rashida and Ben Bova 8. Sallie Williams and Ryan Williams 9. Sherry McKie, Bill Rain and Troy Cardwell 10. Sterling Kenny, Robert Macomber and Murray Beynon 11. William and Julie WilsonBERNADETTE LA PAGLIA / FLORIDA WEEKLY 1 4 7 10 2 5 8 11 3 6 9 IMAGINE. DESIGN. BUILD.C G RENOVATIONS-PLUS.COM 239.593.620011983 TAMIAMI TRAIL N., SUITE #110, NAPLES, FL 34110EXTERIOR INTERIOR INTERIOR DESIGN

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Sharon Gilkey named Designer of Distinction Sharon Gilkey, the principal designer of Orlando-based Montanna & Associates, is Miromar Design Centers Designer of Distinction for January. A licensed residential contractor as well as a professional member of the American Society of Interior Designers, Ms. Gilkey describes her firms focus as to create dynamic living environments rather than static furnished spaces. For more information about the firm, visit www. FLORIDA WEEKLY18 LUXE LIVING JANUARY 2014 IN THE NEWSGulfshore Homes has new model in Miromar LakesGulfshore Homes newest model at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club is in Ravenna on the Peninsula, a Venetian-inspired community of condominiums with easy boat access to the developments 700-acre freshwater lake. The interior of the three-bedrooom, three-bath home combines organic textures and patterns with clean transitional lines and contemporary finishes. Light and bright flooring and wall colors blend with rich blue-gray tones in the fabrics and furnishings with additional pops of color in the main living areas. Custom wood flooring and ceiling detail, inlaid tile and extensive finishing work throughout provide interest and warmth. Each three-story condominium building in Ravenna offers residences with expansive great room designs, volume ceilings with crown molding and lanais with optional outdoor grill. Floor plans range from 2,166 square feet to 2,771 square feet under air. Private elevators access the second and penthouse floors. Prices start in the mid-$600,000s.For more information, visit COURTESY PHOTOThe newest model by Gulfshore Homes in Ravenna on the Peninsula at Miromar Lakes Beach & Golf Club. Sharon Gilkeys great room design creates a dynamic living environment.GILKEY The Brighton nears completion in Quail WestLondon Bay Homes four-bedroom, five-bath Brighton model is nearing completion in Quail West. Overlooking the golf course, the estate home has two entry courtyards and multiple al fresco areas, including a private patio at the master bedroom, a great room loggia, and a large outdoor living room with summer kitchen. In more than 6,300 square feet under air and a total of almost 10,000 square feet, the Brighton design includes a butlers pantry, a study, formal and casual gathering areas, a mudroom and a combined tech and pet center. Interior design by Romanza Interior Design has a Ralph Lauren-inspired vibe with colors and collections reminiscent of the designers tailored and textural look. The color palette ranges from white-on-white in the master suite to the family rooms chocolate, crimson and sand, with guestrooms featuring combinations of camel and black, oatmeal and white, and nautical blue, cream and white.On target for completion this month, the fully furnished model will be priced at approximately $4 million.For more information, call (866) 918-3354 or visit

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JANUARY 2014 LUXE LIVING 19 Thursday, Jan. 16 4 p.m. at Clive Daniel Home Meet Aerin Lauder, founder and creative director of the lifestyle brand AERIN. Preview Ms. Lauders new furniture collection for E.J. Victor, as seen in Architectural Digest and Elle Dcor. Copies of her book, Beauty at Home, will be available for purchase and signing. 2777 Tamiami Trail N. 261-4663 or Tuesday-Saturday, Jan. 21-25 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Miromar Design Center Sample sale throughout the centers showrooms, with oor sample items discounted as much as 80 percent. 10800 Corkscrew Road, Estero 390-5111 Tuesday, Jan. 21 2 p.m. at Clive Daniel Home Discover the ancient art of Japanese ower arranging when Sogetsu Ikebana instructor Loris Dallal demonstrates how to create these beautiful arrangements. Select arrangements will be available for purchase after the event. 2777 Tamiami Trail N. 261-4663 Wednesday, Jan. 22 11 a.m. at Norris Home Furnishings Alice Matheson of Norris Home Furnishings and Jani Taylor of Eastern Accents present Dreaming of Beautiful Bedding, a seminar about the ensemble approach of dressing the bed and creating a personal sanctuary. Free. Call for reservations, as seating is limited. 5015 Tamiami Trial N. 263-0580 Saturday, Jan. 25 11 a.m. at Miromar Design Center How to Start Your Project A free seminar for those who are poised to begin a home design project. Presented by interior designer Maxine Corbett, general manager of the design center. RSVP: Thursday, Jan. 30 2 p.m. at Clive Daniel Home Meet author Jean Harrington and nd out why, in both home design and murder mysteries, the devil is always in the details. Ms. Harrington will reveal killer details about her Murders by Design mystery series, which is set in Naples, and how Clive Daniel Home is part of No. 5 in the series. 2777 Tamiami Trail N. 261-4663 Thursday-Saturday, Feb. 13-15 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at Miromar Design Center The 2014 Home Design Show featuring Dream Rooms, numerous free seminars, a designer showcase, sales, prize drawings and an art show. 10800 Corkscrew Road, Estero 390-5111 COURTESY PHOTOFrom the Menswear Collection by Minotti at Miromar Design CenterDESIGN DATES NEW YEARS RESOLUTIONNEW GRANITE KITCHEN COUNTERTOPS www.countertopsnaples.comCreme Marfil Montana Sky Granite New Bathroom Granite Vanity TopINSTALL, MATERIAL & LABOR 40 SQF MINIMUN INSTALLED IN YOUR KITCHEN INCLUDES MATERIAL & LABORTOPS IN STOCK PRE-CUT WITH SINK OPENING WHILE SUPPLY LAST1892 TRADE CENTER WAY NAPLES, FL 34109239-431-83951892 TRADE CENTER WAY NAPLES, FL 34109239-431-83951892 TRADE CENTER WAY NAPLES, FL 34109239-431-8395 MUST SHOW COUPON MUST SHOW COUPON 45 SQF MINIMUN MUST SHOW COUPONsqf sqf$30.00 $38.00 $99.00 At Harwick Homes, we build custom homes that connect you fully with life no matter what your style is. Call us today at 239-498-0801.Your Style. Our Passion. Welcome To Custom Homes That Embrace The Essence Of You. LIC. #CBC 059740 239.262.5004 3100 Tamiami Trail N., Naples Florida 34103 Locally owned for 35 years in Naples! T he B edspread P lace & Custom Window Gallery More than just custom bedding ... Unique & Inspired Interior Designs for todays living. Licensed Designer #1878Sand Dollar & Pinnacle Award recipient

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PAGE 125 1 2 3 1 The Moorings 1831 Crayton Road Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $3,995,000 2 Sarasota Aqua #3 Cheryl Loeer & Joel Schemmel 941. 302.9674 $5,695,000 3 Sanibel 3411 West Gulf Drive Jane Reader Weaver 239. 850.9555 $3,740,000 4 Bay Colony Trieste #1401 Amy Becker/Leah Ritchey 239 .272.3229 $3,595,000 4 Like. @PremierSIR Pin.@PremierSIR Tweet.@PremierSIR Watch.@SothebysRealty 13,921 associates. 650 oces. 52 countries worldwide. 20 locations along the Gulf Coast.Sothebys International Realty and the Sothebys International Realty logo are registered service marks used with permission. Each oce is independently owned and operated. Equal Housing Opportunity. 12/23/13. THE VILL agAG E ..4300 Gulf Shore Boulevard North, Suite 100 Naples, FL 34103B rR O adAD A vV ENU E ..390 Broad Avenue South Naples, FL 34102FI ftFT H A vV ENU E ..500 Fifth Avenue South, Suite 505 Naples, FL 34102M arcARC O IsIS L aA N dD ..760 North Collier Boulevard, Suite 101 Marco Island, FL 34145 EstEST U arAR Y S aA LE sS CE N tT E rR ..1220 Gordon River Trail Naples, FL 34105THE G aA LLE rR Y ..4001 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 102 Naples, FL 34103 REN taTA L sS ..1395 Panther Lane, Suite 200 Naples, FL 34109V aA N dD E rbRB IL tT ..325 Vanderbilt Beach Road Naples, FL 34108BONI taTA B aA Y S aA LE sS CE N tT E rR ..26951 Country Club Drive Bonita Springs, FL 34134ME rcatRCAT O S aA LE sS CE N tT E rR ..9123 Strada Place, Suite 7125 Naples, FL 34108THE P rR O mM EN adAD E ..26811 South Bay Drive, Suite 130 Bonita Springs, FL 34134S aA NI bB EL ..1640 Periwinkle Way, Suite 1 Sanibel, FL 33957VENI cC E ..400 Barcelona Avenue Venice, FL 34285P LL AZA AT F II V EE P OINOIN TS ..50 Central Avenue, Suite 110 Sarasota, FL 34236C aptAPT I vaVA ..11508 Andy Rosse Lane Captiva, FL 33924 LL ON gbGB O atAT KE Y ..517 Bay Isles Parkway Longboat Key, FL 34228CLE arwatARWAT E rR ..321 Indian Rocks Road North Belleair Blus, FL 33770 LakLAK E wW OO dD R aA N cC H ..8141 Lakewood Main Street, Suite 101 Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202S OUOU T HH TAMPA ..202 South Moody Avenue Tampa, FL 33609

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1 Marco II slan d 1670 Copeland Drive Paul Strong 239 .404.3280 $3, 495,000 3 NN aples Cay 76 Seagate Drive Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $2, 650,000 2 Pine Ridge 367 Ridge Drive Terri Moellers 239 .404.7887 $2,97 5,000 4 Vanderbilt Beach 165 Channel Dr Frank Pezzuti 239 .216.2445 $2,650,000 1 3 2 4

PAGE 127 5 Bay Colony Brighton #303 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $2, 495,000 6 Park Shore Provence #403 Marion Bethea/Anne Killilea 239. 571.5614 $2, 495,000 5 6 Port Royal ................................................................. 4 Old N aples | Aqualane Shores .......................... 4-5 Co quina Sands | The Moorings ......................... 5-6 Pel ican Bay ............................................................ 6-7 No rth Naples ........................................................ 7-8 Pa rk Shore .......................................................... 8-10 S trada Residences at Mercato ............................... 9 Bay C olony ............................................................. 10 Pel ican Marsh .......................................................... 11 Nap les & Surrounds ........................................... 11-1 3 Grey Oaks .......................................................... 12-1 3 Strada Residences at Mercato ............................. 14 Van derbilt Beach ................................................... 15 Mar co Island ...................................................... 15-1 6 Fiddlers Creek .................................................. 16-1 7 Bonita Bay ........................................................... 17-1 8 Bonita Springs, Estero & Surrounds ............... 18-1 9 Sanibel, Captiva & Surrounds .............................. 19 Estu ary at Grey Oaks ........................................... 20 Thursday, January 16, 2014 Your Vacation DestinationTo experience the best of Southwest Florida by the week, month or year, call our Rental Division. 239.262.4242

PAGE 128 Page 4 Port RoyalSurrounded by water, this elite residential community has direct deepwater access to NN apl es Bay, Gordon Pass and the Gulf of Mexico. EE xcl usive Port Royal Club memberships are for residents only. Old Naples Aqualane ShoresVintage cottages, contemporary mid-rises and majestic manors are interwoven among lush, mature ora in OO ld NN apl es. Just south is the community of Aqualane Shores with waterfront estates on deepwater canals that overlook NN aples Bay. 3999 Rum Row Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 $6,350,000 3380 Rum Row Sherree Woods 239 .877.7770 $4, 995,000 224 LL itt le HH arb our LL ane K aren Van Arsdale 239 .860.0894 $4, 875,000 3060 Green Dolphin LL ane K aren Van Arsdale 239 .860.0894 $4, 695,000 23 LL anter n LL ane Ka ren Van Arsdale 239 .860.0894 $2,900,000 1625 Gulf Shore Blvd. South Phil Collins 239.404.6800 $6,495,000 440 15th Avenue South Vincent Bandelier 239 .450.5976 $4, 300,000 596 3rd Street NN ort h Celine Julie Godof 239 .404.9917 $4, 195,000 210 11th Avenue South Karen Van Arsdale 239 .860.0894 $3,99 5,000 605 Palm Circle EE ast D ebbi/Marty McDermott 239 .564.4231 $3,595,000 OO L dD NapNAP LE sS AQU aA L aA NE S HO rR E sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sS 533 15th Avenue South Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 $3,495,000 445 16th Avenue South Gerry Swart 239 .552.5506 $3, 445,000 1540 4th Street South Ruth Trettis 239. 571.6760 $2, 950,000 1340 Jewel Box Avenue Tom/Tess McCarthy 239 .243.5520 $2, 895,000 391 4th Avenue South Mary Catherine White 239. 287.2818 $2,749,000 AQU aA L aA NE S HO rR E sS AQU aA L aA NE S HO rR E sS AQU aA L aA NE S HO rR E sS ROY aA L HarbHAR B O rRO O L dD NapNA P LE sS 205 LL ake Drive South Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 $2,695,000 Villas EE sca lante # HH -2 Ka ren Van Arsdale 239 .860.0894 $2, 695,000 391 4th Avenue South Mary Catherine White 239. 287.2818 $2, 599,000 1309 Gordon Drive Karen Van Arsdale 239 .860.0894 $2, 495,000 602 5th Avenue South #301 Gary L./Je/Becky Jaarda 239 .248.7474 $2,295,000 OO L dD NapNAP LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sS 602 5th Avenue South #201 Gary L./Je/Becky Jaarda 239.248.7474 $2,195,000 Residences of OO ld NN apl es #2 Heather Hobrock 239. 370.3944 $1,7 95,000 Villas Amal #103 Debbi/Marty McDermott 239 .564.4231 $1, 649,000 1075 5th Street South Virginia/Randy Wilson 239 .450.9090 $1, 375,000 1085 5th Street South Virginia/Randy Wilson 239 .450.9090 $1,375,000 OO L dD NapNAP LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sS Bayfront #4507 Jane Bond 239.595.9515 $1,350,000 Broadview Villas #7 Linda Perry/Judy Perry 239 .404.7052 $1, 300,000 Bayfront #5511 Jane Bond 239 .595.9515 $1, 175,000 Parkside OO 5th # 203 Richard/Susie Culp 239 .290.2200 $1, 139,000 Bayfront #3208 Cynthia Corogin 239 .393.6747 $459,000 OO L dD NapNAP LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sS 1100 Spyglass LL ane Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 $19,900,000 1251 Galleon Drive Karen Van Arsdale 239 .860.0894 $11, 495,000 1001 Spyglass LL ane Fr ank Sajtar 239 .776.8382 $10 ,700,000 775 Galleon Drive Rick Marquardt 239 .289.4158 $7, 995,000 3595 Gin LL ane R uth Trettis 239. 571.6760 $7,950,000

PAGE 129 Page 5 Old Naples Aqualane ShoresVintage cottages, contemporary mid-rises and majestic manors are interwoven among lush, mature ora in OO ld NN apl es. Just south is the community of Aqualane Shores with waterfront estates on deepwater canals that overlook NN aples Bay. Coquina Sands The MooringsThese quiet, tree-shaded neighborhoods are a mix of single-family homes and condominiums; some enjoy waterfront access on Moorings Bay, Compass Cove, Venetian Bay and HH urr icane HH arb or. The Moorings has a private golf and country club. 23 LL antern LL ane Karen Van Arsdale 239.860.0894 $2,900,000 605 Palm Circle EE ast Debbi/Marty McDermott 239.564.4231 $3,595,000 391 4th Avenue South Mary Catherine White 239.287.2818 $2,749,000 602 5th Avenue South #301 Gary L./Je/Becky Jaarda 239.248.7474 $2,295,000 1085 5th Street South Virginia/Randy Wilson 239.450.9090 $1,375,000 Bayfront #3208 Cynthia Corogin 239.393.6747 $459,000 OO yster Bay Four Winds #D 38 Lura Jones 239.370.5340 $444,000 Pierre Club #11 Debbi/Marty McDermott 239 .564.4231 $43 9,000 Buttonwood #538 Carol Sheehy 239 .340.9300 $300 ,000 Central Garden #220 Virginia/Randy Wilson 239 .450.9090 $28 9,900 705 11th Street South Beth McNichols 239 .821.3304 $175,000 ROY aA L HarbHAR B O rRO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sSO O L dD NapNA P LE sS 2571 Windward Way Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $5,900,000 1839 HH urr icane HH arbo r LL ane Sh erree Woods 239 .877.7770 $5,1 95,000 Admiralty Point #701 Karen Van Arsdale 239 .860.0894 $3,9 50,000 261 HH arb our Drive Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $3, 500,000 1720 Gulf Shore Blvd. NN ort h Tom Gasbarro 239 .404.4883 $3,075,000 THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS COQ UIN aA S aA N dsDS 650 Regatta Road Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $2,995,000 255 Bay Point Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $2,97 5,000 611 Rudder Road Karen Van Arsdale 239 .860.0894 $2, 950,000 740 Coral Drive Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $2, 495,000 368 HH aws er LL ane C hris Yanson 239 .450.7584 $2,175,000 THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS COQ UIN aA S aA N dsDS THE MOO rR IN gsGS 475 Putter Point Drive Larry Roorda 239.860.2534 $2,000,000 Gramercy #6 NN Je C ox/Ed Cox 239 .777.0078 $2, 000,000 723 Mooring LL ine D rive Patrick O'Connor 239 .293.9411 $1,9 95,000 Westgate #S-8 Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $1,6 95,000 Gramercy # NN -5 Sha ron Kaltenborn 239 .248.1964 $1,650,000 THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS Admiralty Point #708 Larry Roorda 239.860.2534 $1,595,000 Charleston Square #310 Tom Gasbarro 239 .404.4883 $1,2 95,000 Charleston Square #302 Lodge McKee 239 .434.2424 $1,2 90,000 Martinique Club #401 Beth McNichols 239 .821.3304 $1, 250,000 Martinique Club #101 Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $1,050,000 THE MOO rR IN gsGS COQ UIN aA S aA N dsDS COQ UIN aA S aA N dsDS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS Charleston Square #208 Carolyn Weinand 239.269.5678 $995,000 EE mba ssy Club #203 Carolyn Weinand 239 .269.5678 $99 5,000 Admiralty Point #504 Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $89 5,000 LL ausanne #501-S Pat Duggan/Rhonda Dowdy 239 .216.1980 $78 9,900 Billows #9 Carol Sheehy 239 .340.9300 $745,000 COQUIN aA S aA N dsDS COQ UIN aA S aA N dsDS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS Boulevard Club #301 Virginia/Randy Wilson 239.450.9090 $695,000 Royal Palm Club #503 Ryan Nordyke 239 .776.9390 $68 9,000 LL ausanne #312S John D'Amelio 239 .961.5996 $66 5,000 Royal Palm Club #203 Ryan Nordyke 239 .776.9390 $64 9,450 Madrid Club #5-D Pat Duggan/Rhonda Dowdy 239 .216.1980 $529,000 THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS 3595 Gin LL ane Ruth Trettis 239.571.6760 $7,950,000

PAGE 130 Page 6 Coquina Sands The MooringsThese quiet, tree-shaded neighborhoods are a mix of single-family homes and condominiums; some enjoy waterfront access on Moorings Bay, Compass Cove, Venetian Bay and HH urr icane HH arb or. The Moorings has a private golf and country club. Pelican BayPelican Bay is home to many distinctive neighborhoods, comprised of majestic single-family estate homes, towering high-rises and a wide spectrum of coach homes and villa enclaves. II ts s et amidst hundreds of acres of natural habitat, with large lakes and preserves. Discover all of NN apl es nest amenities here. Private golf and club memberships. Bordeaux Club #316 Cheryl Turner 239.250.3311 $525,000 Commodore Club #506 Robin/Tim Weidle 239 .370.5515 $399, 000 Palm Bay Villas #209 Patricia Bucalo 239. 248.0694 $35 9,000 YY acht HH arbo r Manor # NN 5 Ryan Nordyke 239 .776.9390 $34 9,000 HH arb orside West #306 Larry Roorda 239 .860.2534 $329,000 THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS THE MOO rR IN gsGS Cap Ferrat #PH H 11 Jutta V. Lopez/Al Lopez 239.659.5113 $4,699,000 684 Annemore LL ane J erry Wachowicz 239 .777.0741 $2, 895,000 6955 Green Tree Drive Linda Perry/Judy Perry 239 .404.7052 $2, 800,000 6919 Greentree Drive Jane Darling 239. 290.3112 $2, 695,000 St. Raphael #1005 Jean Tarkenton 239 .595.0544 $2,250,000 Grand Bay #17 Jerry Wachowicz 239.777.0741 $2,095,000 704 HH olly briar LL ane Fa hada Saad 239 .659.5145 $1,7 90,000 St. Raphael #1109 Jean Tarkenton 239 .595.0544 $1,6 95,000 813 Bentwood Drive Ellen Eggland 239. 571.7192 $1,5 95,000 6555 Marissa LL oop B arbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $1,495,000 St. Raphael #1503 Jane Darling 239.290.3112 $1,475,000 Coronado #1102 Linda Perry/Judy Perry 239 .404.7052 $1,2 95,000 Crescent #C-26 Beth McNichols 239 .821.3304 $1,0 95,000 Coronado #1002 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $1,0 95,000 Crescent #15 Jane Bond 239 .595.9515 $1,049,000 Crescent #122 Jane Bond 239.595.9515 $999,000 St. Raphael #702 Jean Tarkenton 239 .595.0544 $99 5,000 St. Kitts #901 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $99 5,000 708 HH eat hery LL ane Ju tta V. Lopez/Al Lopez 239 .659.5113 $97 5,000 St. Raphael #11 Jean Tarkenton 239 .595.0544 $895,000 507 Bay Villas LL ane Jerry Wachowicz 239.777.0741 $875,000 Crescent #D-35 Cheryl Turner 239 .250.3311 $85 0,000 Coronado #504 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $85 0,000 630 Bridgeway LL ane C heryl Turner 239 .250.3311 $84 9,000 504 Bay Villas LL ane F ahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $750,000 Marbella #303 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 $725,000 St. Pierre #105 Pat Duggan/Rhonda Dowdy 239 .216.1980 $700 ,000 5924 Chanteclair Drive Heidi Deen 239 .370.5388 $684, 000 Marbella #705 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $67 5,000 LL 'Am biance #205 Roya Nouhi 239 .290.9111 $675,000

PAGE 131 Page 7 Pelican BayPelican Bay is home to many distinctive neighborhoods, comprised of majestic single-family estate homes, towering high-rises and a wide spectrum of coach homes and villa enclaves. II ts s et amidst hundreds of acres of natural habitat, with large lakes and preserves. Discover all of NN apl es nest amenities here. Private golf and club memberships. HH arborside West #306 Larry Roorda 239.860.2534 $329,000 St. Raphael #1005 Jean Tarkenton 239.595.0544 $2,250,000 6555 Marissa LL oop Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239.213.7227 $1,495,000 Crescent #15 Jane Bond 239.595.9515 $1,049,000 St. Raphael #11 Jean Tarkenton 239.595.0544 $895,000 504 Bay Villas LL ane Fahada Saad 239.659.5145 $750,000 LL 'Ambiance #205 Roya Nouhi 239.290.9111 $675,000 St. Raphael #G-14 Friley Saucier 239.293.3532 $649,000 6630 Trident Way Carolyn Weinand 239 .269.5678 $64 5,000 Marbella #405 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $595, 000 St. Vincents #15 Amy Atherholt 239. 592.6343 $595, 000 St. Tropez #504 Dave/Ann Renner 239 .784.5552 $585,000 LL ugano #304 Jeannie McGearty 239.248.4333 $539,500 Pebble Creek #102 Gayle Fawkes 239 .250.6051 $41 9,000 Willow Brook #1105 Nicola Gentil 239. 289.7737 $38 9,000 LL aur el OO ak #1 04 Terri Moellers 239 .404.7887 $37 5,000 Barrington Club #101 Heidi Deen 239 .370.5388 $375,000 North Naples NN orth NN aples boasts beautiful beaches, ne dining, shopping and essential businesses. Single-family homes, villas an d towering high-rises dot the landscape. Public and private golf courses, water sports, tennis and more. 16017 Trebbio Way Jane Bond 239.595.9515 $3,499,000 2569 EE sca da Drive Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $3, 495,000 16045 Trebbio Way Tom Gasbarro 239 .404.4883 $2, 399,995 4341 Brynwood Drive Jane Bond 239 .595.9515 $2, 150,000 Aqua #610 John D'Amelio 239 .961.5996 $1,950,000 ME dD I tT E rraRRA TI bB U rR ON ME dD I tT E rraRRAQ Q U aA IL WE stST PELI caCA N IsIS LE 2924 Tiburon Blvd. EE ast Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239.213.7227 $1,895,000 Residences IIIII I #10 05 Suzanne Ring 239 .821.7550 $1,85 0,000 Aqua #605 John D'Amelio 239 .961.5996 $1, 845,000 11864 HH edg estone Court John D'Amelio 239 .961.5996 $1,7 25,000 2743 OO lde C ypress Drive Jane Bond 239 .595.9515 $1,595,000 TI bB U rR ON PEL I caCA N IsIS LE PELI caCA N IsIS LE T wW IN EagEAG LE sSO O L dD E CY prPR E ssSS 4502 Pond Apple Drive NN orth Fahada Saad 239.659.5145 $1,590,000 Grande EE xce lsior #1106 Jennifer/Dave Urness 239 .273.7731 $1, 400,000 3088 Strada Bella Court Jane Bond 239 .595.9515 $1, 399,000 2718 Metallist LL ane J ulie Rembos 239 .595.1809 $1, 399,000 223 Audubon Blvd. Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $1,275,000 QQ U aA IL C rR EE kK THE D UNE sS TH E G raRA N dD E P rR E sS E rvRV E OO L dD E CY prPR E ssSS TI bB U rR ON AU dD U bB ON C OUN trTR Y CL U bB Grande Geneva #902 Jennifer/Dave Urness 239.273.7731 $1,275,000 4701 Pond Apple Drive South Dean/Kim Rose 239 .404.7466 $1, 245,000 12997 Coco Plum LL ane R ick Marquardt 239 .289.4158 $1,2 44,900 16487 Felicita Court Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $1, 200,000 Grande Dominica #T-3 Jennifer/Dave Urness 239 .273.7731 $1,175,000 THE DUNE sS TH E G raRA N dD E P rR E sS E rvRV E QQ U aA IL C rR EE kKQ Q U aA IL C rR EE kK ME dD I tT E rraRRA THE D UNE sS TH E G raRA N dD E P rR E sS E rvRV E Grande Phoenician #504 Jennifer/Dave Urness 239.273.7731 $1,099,000 7551 Treeline Drive Sandra McCarthy-Meeks 239 .287.7921 $1,0 95,000 783 Brentwood Point Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $99 5,000 Sea Grove #202 Sandra McCarthy-Meeks 239 .287.7921 $94 9,000 Grande Geneva #404 Jennifer/Dave Urness 239 .594.1700 $925,000 THE DUNE sS TH E G raRA N dD E P rR E sS E rvRV E OO L dD E CY prPR E ssSS AU dD U bB ON C OUN trTR Y CL U bB THE DUNE sS THE D UNE sS TH E G raRA N dD E P rR E sS E rvRV E

PAGE 132 Page 8 North Naples NN orth NN aples boasts beautiful beaches, ne dining, shopping and essential businesses. Single-family homes, villas an d towering high-rises dot the landscape. Public and private golf courses, water sports, tennis and more. 5935 Barclay LL ane Jane Bond 239.595.9515 $925,000 Ventana #C-305 Sherree Woods 239 .877.7770 $89 9,900 14681 Beaufort Circle Sherrie Pfeer 239. 734.0539 $69 9,900 Bolero #503 Richard/Susie Culp 239 .290.2200 $69 9,000 6897 Wellington Drive Dave/Ann Renner 239 .784.5552 $695,000 THE S traTRA N dD TI bB U rR ON IN dD I gG O L akAK E sS TI bB U rR ON C rR O ssSS IN gsGS MI LL RUN 3396 Cerrito Court Carol Sheehy 239.340.9300 $659,000 2036 Timberline Drive Debbi/Marty McDermott 239 .564.4231 $64 5,000 2893 LL one P ine LL ane Dav e/Ann Renner 239 .784.5552 $639, 000 123 Forestwood Drive Beth McNichols 239 .821.3304 $61 9,000 5117 II nag ua Way Dina L. Moon 239 .370.1252 $560,000 vV ILL agAG E waWA L kK C rR O ssSS IN gsGS MI LL RUN OO L dD E CY prPR E ssSSpa PA L mM rR I vV E rR E statSTAT E sS I sS L aA N dD waWA L kK 1981 II mperial Golf Course Blvd. Tess/Tom McCarthy 239.207.0118 $548,000 10378 QQ uai l Crown Drive Erik David Barber 323 .513.6391 $53 4,000 8042 Cadiz Court Dave/Ann Renner 239 .784.5552 $52 4,000 5803 Persimmon Way Ryan Batey 239 .287.9159 $49 9,000 LL emu ria #1501 Tom Gasbarro 239 .404.4883 $475,000 ImpIMP E rR I aA L GOL fF EstatES TAT E sS QU aA IL crCR EE kK vV ILL agAG E VIL L agAG E sS O fF MO N tT E rR EY TH E S traTR A N dDL L E mM U rR I aA 711 104th Avenue NN orth Fahada Saad 239.659.5145 $455,000 2091 II mpe rial Circle Dean/Kim Rose 239 .404.7466 $43 9,500 Castillo IIIII I #10 1 Mark Maran 239 .777.3301 $42 9,000 Turnberry Woods #704 Jutta V. Lopez/Al Lopez 239 .659.5113 $425 ,000 6665 EE dge cumbe Drive Katie Benham 239. 222.2268 $299,000 NapNAP LE sS parkPARKImp I MP E rR I aA L GO L fF EstatES TAT E sS TI bB U rR ON TH E S traTR A N dDQ Q U aA IL WE stST Regent #PH H 1 Bet Dewey 239.564.5673 $14,400,000 Regent #4 NN Bar bi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $8, 200,000 Regent #7S Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $6,99 5,000 329 NN eap olitan Way Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $5,9 95,000 334 Pirates Bight Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $5,950,000 Regent #6N N Amy Becker/Leah Ritchey 239.272.3229 $5,900,000 Regent #5NN Bar bi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $5, 500,000 Provence #P HH 3 Sus an Barton 239 .860.1412 $5, 500,000 4215 Crayton Road Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $4, 995,000 308 NN eap olitan Way Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $4,800,000 Park ShoreGlistening beachfront towers, bayside mansions and nely crafted inland homes make Park Shore the perfect blend of desirable living. EE njo y superlative shops and bistros at The Village on Venetian Bay plus the Gulf, beach and boating. LL aurel Greens #203 Jane Bond 239.595.9515 $225,000 LL aurel Greens #202 Jane Bond 239 .595.9515 $21 8,000 Carrington #101 Dave/Ann Renner 239 .784.5552 $189, 000 Victoria LL ake s #C-104 Patrick O'Connor 239 .293.9411 $14 5,000 Palm Crest #121 Victoria Clarke-Payton 239. 692.1065 $129,895 CY prPR E ssSS WOO dsDS CY prPR E ssSS WOO dsDSst S T ONE brBR I dgDG E vV I ctCT O rR I aA L akAK E sSpa PA L mM crCR E stST LL e Parc #704 Dave/Ann Renner 239.784.5552 $1,435,000 Colony Gardens #4041 Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $1,095,000 The Strada #7502 Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239.213.7227 $1,250,000

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6897 Wellington Drive Dave/Ann Renner 239.784.5552 $695,000 5117 II nagua Way Dina L. Moon 239.370.1252 $560,000 LL emuria #1501 Tom Gasbarro 239.404.4883 $475,000 6665 EE dgecumbe Drive Katie Benham 239.222.2268 $299,000 Palm Crest #121 Victoria Clarke-Payton 239.692.1065 $129,895 Page 9 Park ShoreGlistening beachfront towers, bayside mansions and nely crafted inland homes make Park Shore the perfect blend of desirable living. EE njo y superlative shops and bistros at The Village on Venetian Bay plus the Gulf, beach and boating. EEnclave #20 Amy Becker/Leah Ritchey 239.272.3229 $4,795,000 320 NN eap olitan Way Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $4, 500,000 311 NN eap olitan Way Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $3,7 95,000 Provence #402 Marion Bethea/Anne Killilea 239. 571.5614 $3, 395,000 319 Pirates Bight Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $2,995,000 370 Devils Bight Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $2,750,000 Aria #401 Ed Cox/Je Cox 239 .860.8806 $2, 750,000 LL e Jar din #403 Marion Bethea/Anne Killilea 239. 571.5614 $2, 695,000 4010 OO ld Tr ail Way Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $2, 695,000 750 Fountainhead LL ane S herree Woods 239 .877.7770 $2,495,000 Provence #1101 Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $2,295,000 4790 Whispering Pine Way Debbi/Marty McDermott 239 .564.4231 $2, 225,000 Park Plaza #1704 Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $2, 199,000 LL e Cie l Venetian Tower #603 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $2,0 47,000 Park Plaza #700 Sherree Woods 239 .877.7770 $2,025,000 Provence #501 Marion Bethea/Anne Killilea 239.571.5614 $1,995,000 HH oriz on HH ouse # P HH -2A R uth Trettis 239. 571.6760 $1, 750,000 4700 Crayton Court Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $1, 750,000 Brittany #305 Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $1, 675,000 LL e Cie l Venetian Tower #302 Marion Bethea/Anne Killilea 239. 571.5614 $1,545,000 LL e Parc #704 Dave/Ann Renner 239.784.5552 $1,435,000 3767 Fountainhead Court Ruth Trettis 239. 571.6760 $1,33 0,000 508 Turtle HH atc h Road Michael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $1,2 95,000 Park Shore Tower #12B Amy Becker/Leah Ritchey 239 .272.3229 $1,2 95,000 Meridian Club #1403 Pat Duggan/Rhonda Dowdy 239 .216.1980 $1,269,000 Colony Gardens #4041 Michael G. Lawler 239.261.3939 $1,095,000 Allegro #12 EE Marl ene Suarez 239 .290.0585 $97 5,000 Park Shore Tower #6B Angela R. Allen 239 .825.8494 $97 5,000 Tropics #231 Carol Sheehy 239 .340.9300 $95 0,000 Terraces #1206 Polly Himmel 239 .290.3910 $950,000 Strada Residences at Mercato LL ive a lifestyle that puts a world of shopping, dining and entertainment within walking distance of home. These 1-, 2a nd 3-bedroom condominiums are spacious, lavishly appointed and fully-amenitized examples of ultra-chic living at one of NN apl es best addresses. The Strada #7502 Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239.213.7227 $1,250,000 The Strada #5502 Mary Kavanagh 616 .957.4428 $1, 199,000 The Strada #7416 Mary Kavanagh 616 .957.4428 $1, 139,000 The Strada #7504 Susan Gardner 239 .438.2846 $59 9,000 The Strada #7404 Susan Gardner 239 .438.2846 $599,000

PAGE 134 Page 10 Bay ColonyBay Colony is the very denition of privileged living. From the beachfront high-rises to the golf course estate homes to the villas in quiet alcoves, this is luxury living at its best. Golf and beach club memberships. Windsor #PHH -15 Paul Gray 239.273.0403 $10,500,000 Contessa #P HH -22 B arbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $6, 000,000 Trieste #101 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $3, 395,000 9758 NN ibl ick LL ane L isa Tashjian 239 .259.7024 $2, 950,000 Trieste #1104 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 $2,495,000 Trieste #1506 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 $2,495,000 Trieste #405 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $1,8 95,000 Toscana #1603 Leah Ritchey/Amy Becker 239. 289.0433 $1,7 95,000 Toscana #404 Leah Ritchey/Amy Becker 239. 289.0433 $1,5 95,000 Toscana #204 Leah Ritchey/Amy Becker 239. 289.0433 $1,495,000 Toscana #202 Leah Ritchey/Amy Becker 239.289.0433 $1,225,000 Toscana #203 Sharon Kiptyk 239 .777.3899 $1,1 95,000 Mansion LL a Pal ma #203 Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $1,0 95,000 Mansion LL a Pal ma #402 Amy Becker/Leah Ritchey 239 .272.3229 $1,0 50,000 Mansion LL a Pal ma #302 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 $995,000 Terraces #1706 Polly Himmel 239.290.3910 $875,000 Terraces #606 Polly Himmel 239 .290.3910 $87 5,000 532 Pine Grove LL ane M ichael G. Lawler 239 .261.3939 $85 0,000 Allegro #7C Marlene Suarez 239 .290.0585 $827 ,500 Colony Gardens #401 Jerry Wachowicz 239 .777.0741 $820,000 Terraces #505 Polly Himmel 239.290.3910 $799,000 Vistas #1906 Ed Cox/Je Cox 239 .860.8806 $79 9,000 3940 Crayton Road Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $79 5,000 HH oriz on HH ouse # 204 Adrienne Young 239 .825.5369 $79 5,000 Terraces #P HH -03 H eidi Deen 239 .370.5388 $794,500 Meridian Club #202 Tess/Tom McCarthy 239.207.0118 $729,000 Solamar #1506 Sandra McCarthy-Meeks 239 .287.7921 $72 4,500 The Savoy #206 Ann Marie Shimer 239 .825.9020 $64 9,900 Villas of Park Shore Anne Killilea/Marion Bethea 239 .285.1292 $64 5,000 Terraces #1803 Polly Himmel 239 .290.3910 $575,000 Gulfside #103 Larry Roorda 239.860.2534 $569,000 The Savoy #205 Sarah Theiss 239 .269.0300 $55 0,000 Allegro #22 Marlene Suarez 239 .290.0585 $54 9,000 HH idd en LL ake V illas #D-38 Angela R. Allen 239 .825.8494 $21 5,000 Park Shore Resort #335 Bill Duy 239 .641.7634 $195,000 Park ShoreGlistening beachfront towers, bayside mansions and nely crafted inland homes make Park Shore the perfect blend of desirable living. EE njo y superlative shops and bistros at The Village on Venetian Bay plus the Gulf, beach and boating.

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Trieste #1104 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 $2,495,000 Toscana #204 Leah Ritchey/Amy Becker 239.289.0433 $1,495,000 Mansion LL a Palma #302 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239.213.7463 $995,000 Colony Gardens #401 Jerry Wachowicz 239.777.0741 $820,000 Terraces #PHH -03 Heidi Deen 239.370.5388 $794,500 Terraces #1803 Polly Himmel 239.290.3910 $575,000 Park Shore Resort #335 Bill Duy 239.641.7634 $195,000 Page 11 Naples & SurroundsWith sun-drenched sugary-sand beaches, stretching over 10 miles, temperate year-round weather and abundant shing and boating activities, NN apl es has been a natural attraction for auent travelers and sun seekers from around the world for decades. Choose from stylish single-family homes, lifestyles and family-friendly neighborhoods. The Seasons #1803 Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239.213.7227 $6,450,000 The Seasons #1903 Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $5,9 95,000 1320 OO spr ey Avenue Patrick O'Connor 239 .293.9411 $2,7 95,000 195 West Street Beth McNichols 239 .821.3304 $2, 595,000 6720 HH unt ers Road Barbi Lowe/Trish Lowe Soars 239 .213.7227 $2,350,000 NapNAP LE sS C aA Y NapNAP LE sS C aA Y gG OL dD EN sS HO rR E sS PINE RI dgDG E LL I vV IN gstGS T ON WO O dsDS 5115 Starsh Avenue Cheryl Turner 239.250.3311 $2,100,000 Baypointe #P HH 105 Ju lie Rembos 239 .595.1809 $2,0 95,000 585 Ridge Drive Linda Perry/Judy Perry 239 .404.7052 $1, 870,000 5251 Sand Dollar LL ane J oe Garabed 239. 571.5700 $1,56 0,000 Baypointe #503 Linda Perry/Judy Perry 239 .404.7052 $1,525,000 sS E agatAGAT E NapNAP LE sS C aA Y PINE RI dgDG E sS E agatAGAT E NapNAP LE sS C aA Y 23 Banyan Road Susan R. Payne 239.777.7209 $1,350,000 600 Ridge Drive Sue Black 239 .250.5611 $1, 199,000 5271 Mahogany Ridge Drive Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $1, 150,000 Twin Dolphins #603 Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $1, 150,000 324 EE dge mere Way EE ast K athryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $1,100,000 PINE RI dgDG E PINE RI dgDG E LL O gaGA N WOO dsDSIs IS LE sS O fF C aprAPR I WYN dD E mM E rR E 79 Pelican Street West Bill Duy 239.641.7634 $999,000 420 Terracina Way Pat Callis 239 .250.0562 $99 5,000 5000 Rustic OO aks C ircle Carolyn Weinand 239 .269.5678 $99 5,000 5789 HH ammo ck II sle s Drive Sherrie Pfeer 239. 734.0539 $97 5,000 6381 Sandalwood LL ane Pa t Callis 239 .250.0562 $899,000 IsIS LE sS O fF C aprAPR I VINEY ardsARD S B aA NY aA N WO O dsDSv V INEY ardsARD SL L I vV IN gstGS T ON WO O dsDS LL esina #1106 Helga Wetzold 239.821.6905 $899,000 838 Wyndemere Way Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $88 5,000 Club at NN apl es Cay #1102A Dave/Ann Renner 239 .784.5552 $87 5,000 186 EE dge mere Way South Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $725 ,000 167 EE dge mere Way South Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $69 9,900 HammHAMM O ckCK B aA Y WY N dD E mM E rR E NapNAP LE sS C aA Y WYN dD E mM E rR E WYN dD E mM E rR E Pelican MarshPelican Marsh is located in NN ort h NN apl es, 1.5 miles from some of the nest beaches on Floridas West coast. II nsi de this exclusive, guard-gated community, enjoy tennis, tness, spa facilities and more. Sophisticated shopping and dining are just blocks away at Mercato. OO r, ta ke in a show at the Philharmonic Center for the Arts. 1010 Spanish Moss Trail Terri Moellers 239.404.7887 $895,000 OO spr ey Pointe #201 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $639, 000 8919 Ventura Way Roya Nouhi 239 .290.9111 $57 0,000 Ravenna #102 Kim/Dean Rose 239 .404.7203 $37 5,000 Clermont #202 Cheryl Turner 239 .250.3311 $364,900 8655 Blue Flag Way Terri Moellers 239.404.7887 $2,750,000 8695 Purslane Drive Terri Moellers 239 .404.7887 $2, 475,000 9296 Sweetgrass Way Terri Moellers 239 .404.7887 $2, 000,000 9085 Terranova Drive Cheryl Turner 239 .250.3311 $1,5 95,000 1009 Grand II sle D rive Terri Moellers 239 .404.7887 $1,275,000

PAGE 136 Page 12 Vista Pointe #3606 Amy Atherholt 239.592.6343 $635,000 212 Via NN apo li Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $595, 000 882 Wyndemere Way Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $595, 000 2217 Paget Circle V.K. Melhado 239 .216.6400 $58 0,000 260 EE dge mere Way EE ast J oe Garabed 239. 571.5700 $575,000 VINEY ardsARDS WYN dD E mM E rR E WYN dD E mM E rR E wW IN dstarDSTA R WYN dD E mM E rR E 264 EE dgemere Way EE ast Kathryn Hurvitz 239.290.0228 $565,000 204 Via NN apo li Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $54 9,000 910 Wyndemere Way Gary L./Je/Becky Jaarda 239 .248.7474 $529 ,000 LL egacy #404 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $51 5,000 Waterfront II n NN apl es #2174 Linda Ohler 239 .404.6460 $49 9,900 WYN dD E mM E rR E WYN dD E mM E rR E WYN dD E mM E rR E LL ELY RE sS O rtRTwat WA T E rfrRFR ON tT IN NapNA P LE sS 390 17th Street NN W Marlene Suarez 239.290.0585 $499,000 157 EE dge mere Way South Patrick O'Connor 239 .293.9411 $49 9,000 20 Golf Cottage Drive Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $45 0,000 183 EE dge mere Way South Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $44 9,900 18402 Royal HH amm ock Blvd. Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $446,600 GOL dD EN G atAT E EstatES TAT E sS WYN dD E mM E rR E WYN dD E mM E rR E WYN dD E mM E rR E rR OY aA L paPA L mM gG OL fF E statSTA T E sS Naples & SurroundsWith sun-drenched sugary-sand beaches, stretching over 10 miles, temperate year-round weather and abundant shing and boating activities, NN apl es has been a natural attraction for auent travelers and sun seekers from around the world for decades. Choose from stylish single-family homes, lifestyles and family-friendly neighborhoods. 2 Golf Cottage Drive Fahada Saad 239.659.5145 $415,000 104 Water OO aks W ay Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $399, 000 120 Water OO aks W ay Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $39 5,000 176 Via NN apo li Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $38 9,000 34 HH ast ings Place Susan R. Payne 239 .777.7209 $360,000 WYN dD E mM E rR E WYN dD E mM E rR E WYN dD E mM E rR E WYN dD E mM E rR E bB E rksRKS HI rR E L akAK E sS 1223 Gordon River Trail Melissa Williams 239.248.7238 $7,495,000 1235 Gordon River Trail Sam Heitman 239. 537.2018 $6,99 5,000 1394 Great EE gre t Trail Sam Heitman 239. 537.2018 $5,8 95,000 1271 OO spr ey Trail Carolyn Weinand 239 .269.5678 $5, 699,999 2133 Canna Court Jutta V. Lopez/Al Lopez 239 .659.5113 $5,200,000 Grey OaksGrey OO aks 54 holes of award-winning golf serve as the centerpiece in this heart-ofNN apl es community interspersed with luxurious single-family estate homes of a grand scale. 1834 Plumbago LL ane Melissa Williams 239.248.7238 $5,100,000 1245 Gordon River Trail Melissa Williams 239 .248.7238 $4,7 95,000 1610 Chinaberry Way Carolyn Weinand 239 .269.5678 $4,59 5,000 1460 Anhinga Pointe Sam Heitman 239. 537.2018 $4, 450,000 1911 Cocoplum Way Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $4,400,000 1486 Anhinga Pointe Dan Guenther 239.357.8121 $4,295,000 1456 Anhinga Pointe Dan Guenther 239 .357.8121 $3, 200,000 2708 Buckthorn Way Gilman/Hamilton/Briscoe 239 .213.7463 $2, 995,000 1315 NN oble HH eron Way Dan Guenther 239 .357.8121 $2,0 49,000 1516 Marsh Wren LL ane M elissa Williams 239 .248.7238 $1,985,000 2606 LL 'E E rmitage LL ane Fahada Saad 239.659.5145 $1,249,000

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260 EE dgemere Way EE ast Joe Garabed 239.571.5700 $575,000 Waterfront II n NN aples #2174 Linda Ohler 239.404.6460 $499,900 18402 Royal HH ammock Blvd. Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $446,600 34 HH astings Place Susan R. Payne 239.777.7209 $360,000 1911 Cocoplum Way Fahada Saad 239.659.5145 $4,400,000 1516 Marsh Wren LL ane Melissa Williams 239.248.7238 $1,985,000 Page 13 9703 OO xford Street Patrick O'Connor 239.293.9411 $360,000 53 Grey Wing Point ML Meade 239 .293.4851 $34 9,000 Marbella LL ake s #201 Ryan Nordyke 239 .776.9390 $348 ,500 3125 Carriage Circle Melissa Proctor 239 .784.8582 $32 9,000 Bear's Paw #622 Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $29 9,900 vV I ctCT O rR I aA parkPA RKEag EAG LE C rR EE kKmarb MA RB ELL aA L akAK E sScarr CAR R I agAG E cC I rcRC LE bB E arAR sS pawPAW LL ake Arrowhead #104 Susan R. Payne 239.777.7209 $299,000 103 Amblewood LL ane K athryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $26 0,000 7524 Berkshire Pines Drive Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $255 ,000 Fairways IIII #1 622 Michael/Maureen Joyce 239 .285.6275 $22 9,999 Rum Bay II #2 701 Sandra McCarthy-Meeks 239 .287.7921 $224 ,900 NapNAP LE sS L akAK E sS cC OUN trTR Y cC LU bB WYN dD E mM E rR E bB E rksRKS HI rR E L akAK E sSmarc MAR C O sS HO rR E sSbr BR I dgDG E watWAT E rR baBA Y 1403 Monarch Circle Susan R. Payne 239.777.7209 $200,000 36 Water OO aks W ay Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $19 0,000 Tarpon Villages Apartments #D-1 Cynthia Corogin 239 .393.6747 $18 3,000 Pipers Grove #102 Beth McNichols 239 .821.3304 $179 ,900 Commons #304 Susan R. Payne 239 .777.7209 $179,500 bB E rksRKS HI rR E vV ILL agAG E WYN dD E mM E rR E IsIS LE sS O fF C aprAPR I pP I pP E rsRS grGR O vV E WYN dD E mM E rR E Naples & SurroundsWith sun-drenched sugary-sand beaches, stretching over 10 miles, temperate year-round weather and abundant shing and boating activities, NN apl es has been a natural attraction for auent travelers and sun seekers from around the world for decades. Choose from stylish single-family homes, lifestyles and family-friendly neighborhoods. NN aples Bath & Tennis #1510B Carolyn Weinand 239.269.5678 $174,000 2690 56th Avenue NENE Fah ada Saad 239 .659.5145 $17 0,000 Tuscany #1206 Amy Atherholt 239. 592.6343 $159 ,500 Fountains V #103 Bonnie Nageon De Lestang 239 .280.6997 $137 ,500 Courtside Commons #202 Kathryn Hurvitz 239. 290.0228 $127,500 NapNAP LE sS batBAT H tT ENN I sS GOL dD EN G atAT E EstatES TAT E sS VINEY ardsARD Sf F OUN taTA IN sS WYN dD E mM E rR E 1331 NN oble HH eron Way Lynn Anderson 239.290.6674 $1,800,000 1504 Marsh Wren LL ane D an Guenther 239 .357.8121 $1,7 25,000 1568 Marsh Wren LL ane F ahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $1,6 84,900 2056 II sla V ista LL ane F ahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $1, 670,000 1227 Gordon River Trail Dan Guenther 239 .357.8121 $1,500,000 1231 Gordon River Trail Melissa Williams 239.248.7238 $1,500,000 LL EE rmi tage #26 Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $1, 350,000 2095 Rivoli Court Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $1,33 5,000 1268 OO spr ey Trail Melissa Williams 239 .248.7238 $1, 300,000 1212 Gordon River Trail Melissa Williams 239 .248.7238 $1,300,000 2606 LL 'E E rmitage LL ane Fahada Saad 239.659.5145 $1,249,000 Traditions #101 Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $79 9,000 Terra Verde #2376 Carolyn Weinand 239 .269.5678 $61 5,000 Terra Verde #2452 Carolyn Weinand 239 .269.5678 $60 9,000 Grey OaksGrey OO aks 54 holes of award-winning golf serve as the centerpiece in this heart-ofNN apl es community interspersed with luxurious single-family estate homes of a grand scale. Like.@PremierSIR Tweet.@PremierSIR Pin.@PremierSIRWatch.@SothebysRealty

PAGE 139 Page 15 1130 Caxambas Drive Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 $885,000 1901 Kirk Terrace Brock/Julie Wilson 239 .821.9545 $79 5,000 1131 Vernon Place Brock/Julie Wilson 239 .821.9545 $69 5,000 1955 Shereld Avenue Laura/Chris Adams 239 .404.4766 $67 9,000 Dela Park Place #307 Cullen Shaughnessy 239. 248.3978 $649,000 Marco IslandGraced with miles of powder-white sand beaches, Marco boasts luxurious real estate, shopping, dining, entertainment and a bounty of recreational activities from boating and shing to golf and tennis and more. 306 Seabreeze Drive Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 $4,500,000 870 Sea Dune LL ane J im/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239 .642.1133 $3, 500,000 851 EE uban ks Court Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239 .642.1133 $2, 700,000 1026 Bald EE agl e Drive Paul Strong 239 .404.3280 $2, 395,000 580 Bareld Drive South Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239 .642.1133 $2,250,000 Royal Marco Point IIII #922 Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 $2,000,000 631 II nle t Drive Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239 .642.1133 $2, 000,000 1590 Jamaica Court Roe Tamagni 239 .398.1222 $2, 000,000 Madeira #302 Laura/Chris Adams 239 .404.4766 $1, 975,000 Belize #1104 Brock/Julie Wilson 239 .821.9545 $1,949,000 1408 Buttereld Court Laura/Chris Adams 239.404.4766 $1,750,000 Belize #1903 Cullen Shaughnessy 239. 248.3978 $1, 699,000 470 Renard Court Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239 .642.1133 $1, 650,000 Royal Marco Point II #1 7 ML Meade 239 .293.4851 $1,4 95,000 Dunnfoire #301 Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $1,469,800 1781 Barbados Avenue Gwen Tolson 847.208.2754 $1,399,000 123 LL and mark Street Brock/Julie Wilson 239 .821.9545 $1,2 95,000 616 Waterside Drive Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239 .642.1133 $1, 200,000 Royal Marco Point II #6 10 Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239 .642.1133 $1, 200,000 1211 EE mbe r Court Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239 .642.1133 $1,150,000 Vanderbilt BeachVanderbilt Beach is home to The Ritz-Carlton, trendy shops, cafes and a host of businesses. Single-family homes, luxurious beachfront and waterfront condominiums and mid-rise living are found here. 239 Channel Drive Cheryl Turner 239.250.3311 $2,350,000 327 Flamingo Avenue Jennifer/Dave Urness 239 .273.7731 $1,6 95,000 Regatta IIII #40 3 Jennifer/Dave Urness 239 .273.7731 $888, 885 385 Willet Avenue Dina L. Moon 239 .370.1252 $84 9,000 Vanderbilt Gulfside #104 Pat Callis 239 .250.0562 $799,000 Vanderbilt Bay #211 Pat Callis 239.250.0562 $695,000 279 HH ero n Avenue Ruth Trettis 239. 571.6760 $600 ,000 Regatta IIIII I #30 2 Jennifer/Dave Urness 239 .273.7731 $55 9,000 Anchorage #201 Gayle Fawkes 239 .250.6051 $54 5,000 Vanderbilt Palms #204 Pat Callis 239 .250.0562 $239,000

PAGE 140 Page 16 Marco IslandGraced with miles of powder-white sand beaches, Marco boasts luxurious real estate, shopping, dining, entertainment and a bounty of recreational activities from boating and shing to golf and tennis and more. 624 Waterside Drive Jim/Nikki Prange-Carroll 239.642.1133 $599,000 LL es Fa lls #101 ML Meade 239 .293.4851 $59 9,000 Villa Del Mar #205 Sherrie Pfeer 239. 734.0539 $59 9,000 South Seas Tower II #1 209 Helga Wetzold 239 .821.6905 $55 9,000 651 II nle t Drive Paul Strong 239 .404.3280 $499,000 601 Somerset Court Brock/Julie Wilson 239.821.9545 $425,000 Commodore Club #102 Roe Tamagni 239 .398.1222 $39 5,000 970 Daisy Court Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $38 5,000 Crows NN est # 309 Cathy Rogers 239 .821.7926 $33 9,900 394 Collier Blvd. NN ort h Roe Tamagni 239 .398.1222 $329,000 Fiddlers CreekFiddlers Creek is a master-planned community oering luxury residences, resort-style living, golf and access to a full-service marina. 8508 Bellagio Drive Lura Jones 239.370.5340 $1,275,000 9314 Chiasso Cove Court Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $1, 275,000 8531 Bellagio Drive Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $93 9,000 8543 Bellagio Drive Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $89 5,000 7742 Mulberry LL ane M ichelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $749,000 8519 Bellagio Drive Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $699,000 7676 Mulberry Court Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $66 5,000 Menaggio #201 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $648 ,500 8948 Cherry OO aks T rail ML Meade 239 .293.4851 $639, 000 Cherry OO aks # 101 Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $498,500 Cherry OO aks #202 ML Meade 239.293.4851 $495,000 Varenna #201 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $44 9,000 Montreux #104 ML Meade 239 .293.4851 $44 9,000 Cascada #101 Michael/Maureen Joyce 239 .285.6275 $41 9,000 Varenna #204 Michael/Maureen Joyce 239 .285.6275 $399,000 Serena #102 ML Meade 239.293.4851 $399,000 Montreux #104 ML Meade 239 .293.4851 $39 8,000 Montreux #202 ML Meade 239 .293.4851 $38 4,900 Cherry OO aks # 101 Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $38 4,900 Montreux #203 Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $380,000 Marengo #204 Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $379,000 Montreux #103 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $35 9,000 LL agu na #102 Michael/Maureen Joyce 239 .285.6275 $34 9,900 Varenna #101 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $349 ,500 LL agu na #101 Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $339,000 EE speria South #1103 Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 $699,000

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394 Collier Blvd. NN orth Roe Tamagni 239.398.1222 $329,000 Page 17 EE speria South #1103 Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 $699,000 3330 Montara Drive C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $67 9,000 3151 LL aurel Ridge Court C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $64 9,000 3391 Riviera LL ake s Court Daniel Pregont 239 .272.8020 $639, 000 Bayview IIII #405 G inger/Michael Lickley 239 .860.4661 $629,000 Bonita BayThis award-winning community represents some of the nest living along Florida's Gulf Coast. LL uxurious high-rises, estate homes and villas are intermingled in this golng communit y with private tennis, boating, beach and clubhouse. Tavira #2104 Je De Angelis 239.287.2449 $2,050,000 Tavira #2302 Douglas Davlin 239 .272.5060 $2,0 45,000 3940 Pineshadow Court Harriet Harnar 239 .273.5443 $1,9 95,000 4060 Arrowwood Court Gary L./Je/Becky Jaarda 239 .248.7474 $1,95 0,000 27680 Marina II sle C ourt Sharon Kiptyk 239 .777.3899 $1,795,000 4431 Deerwood Court Gary L./Je/Becky Jaarda 239.248.7474 $1,795,000 4091 Marshview Court Cathy/Jim McCormick 239 .850.4278 $1,5 95,000 Tavira #304 Deborah Belford 239 .292.2675 $1, 499,000 Tavira #402 Billie Jans 239 .980.0522 $1, 406,000 Tavira #401 Ginger/Michael Lickley 239 .860.4661 $1,390,000 27861 Riverwalk Way Peter Simmons 239.822.7745 $1,299,999 4248 Sanctuary Way Jack Despart 239 .273.7931 $1,2 99,000 Tavira #502 Je De Angelis 239 .287.2449 $1,28 6,000 Tavira #302 Deborah Belford 239 .292.2675 $1, 272,000 26342 Augusta Creek Court Gary L./Je/Becky Jaarda 239 .248.7474 $1,099,000 EE stancia #1803 Ginger/Michael Lickley 239.860.4661 $1,095,000 EE stan cia #204 Ginger/Michael Lickley 239 .860.4661 $85 9,000 4277 Sanctuary Way Peter Simmons 239 .822.7745 $77 9,000 Azure #104 Gary L./Je/Becky Jaarda 239 .248.7474 $72 9,000 3857 Woodlake Drive Cathy/Jim McCormick 239 .850.4278 $725,000 Cascada #101 Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $324,000 Varenna #103 Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $31 9,900 LL agu na #102 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $29 9,000 8434 Bent Creek Way ML Meade 239 .293.4851 $26 5,000 3816 Mahogany Bend Drive Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $230,000 Deer Crossing #103 Michelle Thomas 239.860.7176 $209,000 HH awk 's NN est # 101 Michelle Thomas 239 .860.7176 $19 7,000 Deer Crossing #202 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $194, 000 HH awks NN es t #101 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $174, 900 Whisper Trace #203 Lura Jones 239 .370.5340 $153,000 Fiddlers CreekFiddlers Creek is a master-planned community oering luxury residences, resort-style living, golf and access to a full-service marina.

PAGE 142 Page 18 Bonita BayThis award-winning community represents some of the nest living along Florida's Gulf Coast. LL uxurious high-rises, estate homes and villas are intermingled in this golng communit y with private tennis, boating, beach and clubhouse. EE speria South #503 Ginger/Michael Lickley 239.860.4661 $599,900 EE spe ria South #704 C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $59 9,900 EE gre ts LL and ing #201 Ginger/Michael Lickley 239 .860.4661 $49 9,000 Vistas #605 Bet Dewey 239 .564.5673 $49 5,000 Vistas #405 Ray Felitto 239 .910.5340 $489,900 Wedgewood #301 Harriet Harnar 239.273.5443 $479,000 EE gre ts LL and ing #101 Ginger/Michael Lickley 239 .860.4661 $45 8,000 3338 Montara Drive C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $41 0,000 Greenbriar #202 C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $37 5,000 HH arb or LL and ing #101 Ginger/Michael Lickley 239 .860.4661 $359,000 Waterford #203 Gary L./Je/Becky Jaarda 239.248.7474 $349,000 Wedgewood #101 Harriet Harnar 239 .273.5443 $32 9,000 Bay Pointe #103 Cathy/Jim McCormick 239 .850.4278 $30 5,000 Crossings #202 C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $295 ,000 HH arb or LL ake s #102 C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $250,000 Bonita Springs, Estero & SurroundsJust minutes north of NN aples, these established communities are well-positioned to enjoy NN aples amenities. Family neighborhoods condominiums and villas enjoy access to beaches, water sports and a host of businesses and restaurants. 27768 HHickory Blvd. Jutta V. Lopez/Al Lopez 239.659.5113 $3,696,000 71 Southport Cove Jennifer/Dave Urness 239 .273.7731 $2, 399,000 28509 Rarni LL ane T eresa Rucker 239 .281.2376 $1, 350,000 10681 Wintercress Drive Jack Despart 239 .273.7931 $98 9,000 9133 HH oll ow Pine Drive C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $869,000 BONI taTA bB E acAC H B arAR E fF OO tT bB E acAC H P aA L mM I raRA GO L fF CL U bB THE B rR OO ksKS THE B rR OO ksKS 25048 Ridge OO ak Drive S.&J. Coburn/P. Umscheid 239.825.3470 $865,000 Silver Sands #602 Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $79 9,000 27400 Arroyal Road Linda Roberts 239 .450.2864 $77 9,000 27548 Bayshore Drive Suzanne Ring 239 .821.7550 $74 5,000 10700 Wintercress Drive Roxanne Jeske 239 .450.5210 $695,000 PELI caCA N LaLA N dD IN gG BONI taTA bB E acAC H arrARR OY aA L I mpMP E rR I aA L rR I vV E rR THE B rR OO ksKS 25069 Pinewater Cove LL ane S.&J. Coburn/P. Umscheid 239.825.3470 $635,000 21961 LL ong leaf Trail Drive Debbi/Marty McDermott 239 .564.4231 $599 ,995 24721 LL yon ia LL ane C Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $57 5,000 23227 Foxberry LL ane C Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $56 5,000 27253 Galleon Drive Mark Leone 239 .784.5686 $549,000 PELI caCA N LaLA N dD IN gG THE B rR OO ksKS PEL I caCA N LaLA N dD IN gG THE B rR OO ksKS BON I taTA farmsFA RMS Wedgewood #204 C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239.777.2441 $249,000 Greenbriar #102 Roxanne Jeske 239 .450.5210 $23 9,900 Sandpiper #1322 Dave/Ann Renner 239 .784.5552 $23 8,000 Sandpiper #1522 Jane Gruenhagen 239 .450.6437 $19 9,000 Wild Pines #106 C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239 .777.2441 $159,000

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HH arbor LL anding #101 Ginger/Michael Lickley 239.860.4661 $359,000 HH arbor LL akes #102 C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239.777.2441 $250,000 9133 HH ollow Pine Drive C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239.777.2441 $869,000 10700 Wintercress Drive Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 $695,000 27253 Galleon Drive Mark Leone 239.784.5686 $549,000 Wild Pines #106 C. Lieberman/C. Rei 239.777.2441 $159,000 Page 19 Sanibel, Captiva & Surrounds LL ong beloved for their white-sand beaches, prolic seashells, and ora and fauna, the II sla nds provide a haven for families, vacationers and those who simply enjoy a slower pace of life. From condominiums to resorts to villas to cottages, the II sla nds are the perfect refuge for living year-round or as a getaway in the sun. 11340 LL ongwater Chase Court Augustina Holtz 239.472.2735 $3,250,000 11522 Andy Rosse LL ane Ja ne Reader Weaver 239. 850.9555 $2, 450,000 2984 Wulfert Road Jane Reader Weaver 239. 850.9555 $2, 450,000 428 Bella Vista Way EE ast A ugustina Holtz 914 .648.8888 $1, 986,000 2514 Blind Pass Court Jane Reader Weaver 239. 850.9555 $1,398,500 FO rtRT MYE rsRS C aptAPT I vaVA S aA NI bB EL S aA NI bB EL S aA NI bB EL 2543 Tropical Way Court Jane Reader Weaver 239.850.9555 $1,100,000 101 Fairview Avenue Stephanie Bissett 239. 292.3707 $74 9,000 Shores at Gulf HH arb our IIIII I #4 17 Maxwell Thompson 239 .989.3855 $47 5,000 Santa LL uz #2 02 Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $24 5,000 Santa LL uz #1 01 Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $225,000 S aA NI bB EL FO rtRT MYE rsRS FO rtRT MYE rsRSgat GA T E waWA Y gatGAT E waWA Y Bonita Springs, Estero & SurroundsJust minutes north of NN aples, these established communities are well-positioned to enjoy NN aples amenities. Family neighborhoods condominiums and villas enjoy access to beaches, water sports and a host of businesses and restaurants. LL ighthouse Bay #102 Jeanne Marshall 239.405.1614 $320,000 Rapallo #204 Fern Ritacca 239. 405.6210 $30 8,000 Southbridge #201 Jack Despart 239 .273.7931 $300 ,000 13261 Southampton Drive Ryan Batey 239 .287.9159 $29 8,000 27277 Barbarosa Street Marilyn Moir 239. 919.2400 $297,700 THE B rR OO ksKSc C O cC ON U tT pP OIN tT PEL I caCA N LaLA N dD IN gG WO rtRT HIN gtGT ON BON I taTA farmsFA RMS Toscana #101 Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 $227,500 Sawgrass Point #202 S.&J. Coburn/P. Umscheid 239 .825.3470 $225 ,000 LL igh thouse Bay #203 Roxanne Jeske 239 .450.5210 $20 9,000 Wedgewood #703 Ryan Batey 239 .287.9159 $16 9,900 Waterford II #1 08 Ryan Batey 239 .287.9159 $165,000 V asarASAR I COUN trTR Y CL U bB PEL I caCA N LaLA N dD IN gG THE B rR OO ksKS WO rtRT HIN gtGT ON WO rtRT HIN gtGT ON Waterford IIIIII #912 Ryan Batey 239.287.9159 $159,900 24377 Stillwell Parkway Mark Leone 239 .784.5686 $12 9,900 Waterford IIIII I #8 02 Ryan Batey 239 .287.9159 $114, 900 Waterford #303 Ryan Batey 239 .287.9159 $114, 900 Waterford V #1805 Ryan Batey 239 .287.9159 $108,000 WO rtRT HIN gtGT ON BONI taTA S prPR IN gsGS WO rtRT HIN gtGT ON WO rtRT HIN gtGT ON WO rtRT HIN gtGT ON 25015 Pinewater Cove LL ane Bill Charbonneau 239.860.6868 $534,900 28656 Pienza Court Aysim Eserdag 239 .404.6891 $52 0,000 191 Bayfront Drive Saundra Hinton 239 .206.6868 $49 9,000 23364 OO lde M eadowbrook Circle Maryann Brickett 603. 944.0031 $47 9,000 28601 San Galgano Way Ryan Batey 239 .287.9159 $459,000 PELI caCA N LaLA N dD IN gG V asarASAR I CO UN trTR Y CL U bB B arAR E fF OO tT bB E acAC H mM E adAD O wbrWBR OO kK P aA L mM I raRA GO L fF CL U bB Altessa #201 Roxanne Jeske 239.450.5210 $447,500 25372 Galashields Circle S.&J. Coburn/P. Umscheid 239 .825.3470 $43 9,000 14184 Giustino Way Fahada Saad 239 .659.5145 $399, 000 24977 Bay Cedar Drive S.&J. Coburn/P. Umscheid 239 .825.3470 $34 9,000 Reserve #202 S.&J. Coburn/P. Umscheid 239 .825.3470 $345,000 V asarASAR I COUN trTR Y CL U bB PEL I caCA N LaLA N dD IN gG P aA L mM I raRA GO L fF CL U bB PEL I caCA N LaLA N dD IN gG PEL I caCA N LaLA N dD IN gG

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