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Title: Venice gondolier sun
Alternate Title: Venice gondolier
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Physical Description: v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Venice Gondolier Sun
Publisher: Venice Gondolier Sun
Place of Publication: Venice, Fla
Publication Date: August 18, 2010
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 56, no. 7 (April 4-6. 2001)-
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Preceded by: Venice gondolier (Venice, Fla. : 1983)

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FROM THE SARASOTA COUNTY
SCHOOL DISTRICT

Newly appointed principals
at several schools, new start
and end times at three schools
and other changes await stu-
dents when the 2010-11 school
year gets under way in Sara-
sota County public schools,
Monday, Aug. 23.
Among the new principals is
Jack Turgeon, former principal
of Brookside Middle, who will
lead Venice High.
Also, Wendy Katz, the former
principal of Laurel Nokomis
School who currently leads the
district's Leadership Develop-
ment Program to identify and
train new administrators, will


begin serving as acting princi-
pal of Tatum Ridge Elementary
in November when current
principal Sandra Russell re-
tires.
Among the schools with new
start and end times is Venice
Middle/Oak Park South, which
will now be in session from
9:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m.
Other changes around the
school district include the fol-
lowing:
At Laurel Nokomis School
in Nokomis, the district's
only K-8 school, parents now
have the option of purchas-
ing school uniforms for their
students. The voluntary uni-
form shirts are polo-style and
feature the school's logo.


The rebuild of Venice High
has begun. The preliminary
site work is under way. New
parking and traffic patterns
will be complete by the begin-
ning of school. Construction
of the new academic build-
ing and cafeteria will start in
September.
The Cyesis program for
pregnant teens, young parents
and their children has moved
from its old location at Be-
neva and Wilkinson roads to
Riverview High in Sarasota.
Students in that program are
now RHS students. The former
home of Cyesis now houses
YMCA Triad, an alternative

STORE | 5


PHOTO COURTESY OF SARASOTA COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Jack Turgeon, third from left, the new principal of Venice High School, and
Wendy Katz, center, who will be acting principal of Tatum Ridge Elementary
starting in November, are shown with the other new principals who will
welcome students back to school Aug.23.


I Daniels files for council seat


council, and particularly the
handling of the Sunshine law-
suit that the city lost and other
legal battles.
"The unnecessary litigation
has cost Venice millions of tax-
payers' dollars," Daniels said.
"Council should not only know
the Sunshine laws, but follow
them. I will model
ethical prac-
tices as a council ,
member."
He also criti-
cized various
council decisions
involving the
Venice Municipal DANIELS
Airport.
"The money wasted on the
airport compliance with the
Federal Aviation Administra-
tion was totally unnecessary. If

FILES | 5
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to protect mlets
to almost experiment to find
effective measures to keep oil
and any other floating contam-
inants from the passes."
The WCIND board unani-
mously agreed with their sug-
gestion and also agreed to start
work on a contingency plan.
What little planning has
been done by the Coast Guard
to protect passes and inlets lo-
cally, Hunsicker said, does not
really map out the deployment
and response to a disaster. As a
regional agency, WCIND is well
prepared to develop a contin-
en lan
cy
Plugging the Deepwater
Horizon blowout may not be
the end of the story, however,
officials cautioned.
WCIND Administrator Chuck
Listowski said that he still
worries about the subsequent
threat of what he called mas-
sive "water chemistry" pollu-
tion and the possible growth
of a dead zone in the Gulf. An
existing 6,000-to-7,000-square-
mile low-oxygen dead zone sits
in the Gulf already, offshore of
the mouth of the Mississippi
River,
'One hundred million gal-
lons of oil just doesn't disap-
pear," Listowski said. "We have
the immediate situation and a
long-term planning situation."
Funding the work is a major
concern for commissioners.
Representing Charlotte
County, Commissioner Rob-
ert Skidmore suggested that
WCIND might ask well owner
British Petroleum for money.
He noted that Charlotte Coun-
ty staff members have garnered
PROTECT | 4


By GREG GILES
NEws EDITOR

North Venice resident Bob
Daniels has announced he will
seek to unseat Council Mem-
ber Ernie Zavodnyik in the
upcoming city council race.
Seat no. 6 is one of three up for
election on Nov. 2.
Poor leadership and wasteful
spending inspired his cam-
paign, he said.
"I'm appalled by the waste
of dollars and lost opportuni-
ties for Venice. The present
lack of leadership has allowed
government monies to bypass
Venice and poor decisions
have resulted in stifling busi-
nesses from succeeding and
new businesses from starting,"
Daniels said.
He criticized what he called
a lack of transparency by city

WCIND called on
By STEVE REILLY
STAFF WRITER
The oil that went gushing
into the Gulf of Mexico from
the Deepwater Horizon blow-
out might be stemmed for now,
but there are still lessons to be
learned locally, according to
water management officials.
Both Charlie Hunsicker,
the Manatee County Natural
Resources director, and Laird
Wreford, the Sarasota County
Coastal Resources manager'
have called upon the West
Coast Inland Navigational
District to take the lead in
developing engineering con-
tingency plans to protect Gulf
inlets from Manatee south to
Lee County in the case of an oil
spill or other emergency.
The WCIND whose board
includes Manatee, Sarasota,
Charlotte and Lee county
commissioners funds and
oversees various dredging and
other navigational projects in
the four counties.
"It became apparent to us
as we watched the trials and
tribulations of our fellow coun-
ties to the north that many of
our passes and inlets could be
at risk," Hunsicker said.
What also became apparent
was that the U.S. Coast Guard's
contingency plans weren't ,,
elaborate enough nor tested
to protect inland waters from
oil washing onto the coast and
through inlets.
"I dont want to characterize
actions as actions'on the flY
Hunsicker said, "but week to
week, (local) governments,
state officials even federal
officials took great pains


PHOTO COURTESY OF U.S. COAST GUARD


spill. Fifty percent of the oil
IS unaccounted for, he said,
submerged a mile under the
surface of the Gulf.
Mote's underwater robots
have not detected oil on the
continental shelf off area
beaches but have found it in
deeper waters around 3,000
feet, scientists say.
Pierce described a sce-
nario based on data from the
National Oceanic and Atmo-
spheric Administration in
which 26 percent of the oil was
dispersed; 25 percent evapo-
rated or dissolved; 17 percent
was recovered from the well
head; 16 percent dispersed
naturally, 5 percent burned;
8 percent was chemically dis-
persed; and a small percentage
was skimmed.
One of the biggest un-
knowns is how the chemi-
cal dispersants used by BP
interacted with the oil, Pierce
said. Dispersants reduced the
oil to droplet form, sinking it
and making it more readily
available to bio-organisms for
eating.
But just how toxic is the mix?
Dana Wetzel, who man-
ages Mote's aquatic toxicology
program, said, "From the work
that I did in collaboration with
a number of other universities,
we found that with the organ-
isms we tested, generally the
toxicity of the oil alone was
similar to the toxicity of the oil
and dispersant."
Life forms from tiny phyto-
plankton and coral larvae to
sperm whales could be affect-
ed. Potential long-term effects
to their ability to reproduce,
attach to surfaces, or heal from


toxicity just are not known, ac-
cording to Pierce.
It could be years before an-
swers will start emerging.
To illustrate that point, Mote
President and CEO Kumar
Mahadevan described the
collapse of the herring fishery
four years after the Exxon Val-
dez oil spill in Prince William
Sound, Alaska, in 1989.
Scientists know that water
from the northern Gulf does,
on occasion, come onshore
locally.
"That's how one red tide
event arrived on a Sarasota
shore," said Gary Kirkpatrick,
who manages Mote's phyto-
plankton ecology program.
In other words, what hap-
pens in Louisiana doesn't stay
in Louisiana.
It's unlikely, however, that
surface oil will come on shore
locally, Pierce said.
Less certain is the deep
oil, which could be swirl-
ing around in a gigantic Gulf
eddy in a year when, luckily
for Florida, the loop current
broke up and didn't follow its
normal path close to shore.
The change in the current
is a function of ocean tem-
perature and isn't particularly
unusual, Kirkpatrick said.
Mote collaborated with fed-
eral and state agencies to get
funding and initiated a three-
phase oil spill response. That
response includes a pre-oil
conditions assessment, post-
oil impact assessment and
long-term effects assessment.
By the end of July, Mote had
about $200,000 in funding for

MORE | 4


By DANA SANCHEZ
STAFF WRITER

More than 100 area residents
attended a public forum at
Mote Marine, looking for an-
swers that might cut through
the uncertainty and dread of
long-term environmental and
commercial effects following
the Gulf oil spill.
What they got from the
forum, which took the form of
a question-and-answer session
with a dozen Mote scientists,
chemists, biologists and toxi-
cologists, was more questions
and the sense that, in many
cases, answers may not surface
for years.
Questions focused on where
the oil is; what the real chances
are it will end up on local
beaches; how safe is it to eat
seafood; and just how toxic
the oil and dispersants are to
humans and sea life.
Attendees also wanted to
know who is funding Mote's
research, and if anything can
be done to lessen the impact
of the oil.
The short answers: The oil
is a mile or so under water;
no one knows whether the
submerged oil poses a threat
to local beaches; it's never
been safer to eat seafood with
stepped-up scrutiny of fish-
eries by the Food and Drug
Administration in the wake of
the oil spill; and, yes, the oil is
toxic.
Don't touch it, scientists
said.
Richard Pierce, an ecotoxi-
cologist, is organizing Mote's
response effort and long-
range studies following the oil


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SUN NEWSPAPERS 3A

Angela N. Meadows,
23, 300 block Tanager
Road, Venice. Charge: DUI
.15 or higher. Bond: $1,500.
Nicholas Anthony
Fanaro, 29, 1900 block
Dove Field Place, Bran-
don. Charge: DUI .15 or
higher. Bond: $1,500.
Corinne Patricia
Fenmore, 31, 2500 block
Bayshore Road, Noko-
mis. Charges: posses-
sion of cocaine, two
counts of possession of
a controlled substance
(Oxycodone, Codeine),
possession of drug para-
phernalia. Bond: $3,120.
Donald Payne, 36,
300 block Church St.,
Laurel. Charge: battery.
Bond: $2,500.

Sarasota county
Sheriffs Office
arrests
Robert Morgan, 22,
100 block Laurel Oaks
Road, Nokomis. Charges:
unarmed burglary of an
unoccupied dwelling,
unarmed burglary of
an unoccupied vehicle.
Bond: $10,000.
Daniel Mark Pono-
marenko, 20, 1100 block
Duquesne Road, Venice.
Charges: possession of
a controlled substance
without a prescription,
possession of marijuana
less than 20 grams, pos-
session of drug para-
phernalia, petit theft.
Bond: $1,360.
Jason Alec Plumley,
33, 300 block Pelican
Road, Venice. Charge:
contempt (failure to re-
port to jail possession
of drug paraphernalia).
Bond: $2,000.


wheel of the bike into
the deputy's left foot.
The deputy told White
to remove his bike from
the top of his foot sev-
eral times. White did not
move and said, "Give me
the damn pen." He then
wheeled his bike back
and the deputy told him
to get off the bike and
sign the citation.
White got off his
bike, slamming it to the
ground, stepped toward
the deputy and grabbed
the pen out of his hand.
The deputy told White to
step back, then put his
hand on White's chest
and moved him back.
White got even closer
to the deputy's face,
holding the pen in his
right hand and pointing
it at the deputy's face. A
backup deputy grabbed
White from behind and
told him he was under
arrest. White tried to turn
toward that deputy in
an aggressive manner,
The first deputy helped
the second one handcuff
White.
White, 18, 1200 block
Barber St., Venice, was
arrested and charged
with simple assault on an
officer and resisting an
officer without violence.

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Sarasota. Of- ,
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have to go
far to find the suspect.
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sota Police Department


report, an officer was dis-
patched to 2070 Ringling
Blvd. on Monday eve-
ning. In the initial call,
made at 7:05 p.m., a male
caller said he had walked
into the office building
at 4 p.m. and placed a
350-pound bomb inside.
The caller said he had a
remote detonator.
The second call came
in at 7:42 p.m. from the
same caller. This time the
caller said he wanted to
see a bomb squad vehi-
cle outside the building,
and then he would call
back with his demands.
The third and final call
was made by the same
male caller at 8:34 p.m.
This time he said, "2070
Ringing will go up in a
fiery explosion if I don't
get my demands met. Do
you understand? Do you
understand? Forty-five
minutes."
Dispatch traced
the phone number
to a phone inside the
Sarasota County Jail.
A lieutenant at the jail
helped track the phone
number to the pod where
the calls were made.
Through video and audio
surveillance, two people
were identified: Mark C.
Grobmyer and William
Jones.
The video shows Grob-
myer and Jones standing
at the same phone where
the first call came from.
After the call, Grobmyer
and Jones returned to
their cells. The video
then shows only Grob-
myer coming back out of
the cell and walking to
the same phone, making
the second call, going
back to his cell, then
coming out again for the
final call on a different


phone and returning to
his cell.
Both Jones and Grob-
myer were interviewed
by authorities.
Grobmyer, 38, 700
block W. Venice Ave., Ven-
ice, who has been in jail
since July 5 for robbery
and grand theft auto, is
now also charged with
three counts of making
a false report of a bomb.
His bond is $22,500.

Choke hold
An ex-husband visited
his former spouse and
ended up in jail.
According to a Sara-
sota County
Sheriffs Of-
fice report, .
the victim
called 9-1-1
on May 23 '
to report
that she and
her ex-hus- BALL
band had
gotten into an argument
around 9 p.m. During
the argument, the victim
said, her ex-husband, La-
verne Thomas Ball, tried
to strangle her.
When the deputy arrived
at the house, he found the
victim and two juveniles,
a nephew of the victim
who resides with her and a
friend of his who also lives
at the house.
The victim and Ball
have been divorced for
more than 30 years, but
they have kept a friendly
relationship. She said
Ball usually stops by her
home every day or so.
The victim said Ball came
to her home about 7:30
p.m. They began arguing


when she told Ball not to
smoke in a certain area
of her home.
She said he was bel-
ligerent toward her and
using extreme profanity,
which she found offen-
sive to the two juveniles.
She said Ball refused to
abide by her wishes, and
as the argument pro-
gressed, they ended up in
the laundry room. That's
when Ball began choking
her. One of the juveniles
heard her scream for
help and he grabbed Ball
and forced him away
from the victim, telling
him to leave the house.
Ball did. Deputies were
unable to find him.
The victim was seen by
paramedics and trans-
ported to Venice Regional
Medical Center because
of a recent medical issue
she had been treated for.
The deputy didn't notice
any redness on her neck
and she seemed to be
breathing normally.
Ball, 65, 200 block
Center Road, Venice, was
arrested on Tuesday and
charged with battery. His
bond is $750.

Venice Police
Department
t
arreS S
Jeffrey Paul Ens-
minger, 33, 500 block
South Orange Grove
Ave., Nokomis. Charge:
robbery (no firearm or
weapon). Bond: $50,000.
Alexander Panagos
Noone, 25, 200 block
South Park Blvd., Venice.
Charge: robbery (no fire-
arm or weapon). Bond.
$50,000.


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with four HARVEY
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of five years was looking
for something when she
came across a computer
case she had not seen
before. She became
suspicious that Harvey
was having an affair, so
she opened the case and
found a thumb drive,
digital photo cards and a
hard drive. She plugged
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male employees of Har-
vey's restaurant changing
from their street clothes
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girlfriend notified law
enforcement officials im-
mediately her findings.
. ive sai
it appeared the females
did not know they were
being videotaped be-
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of the camera. Upon
viewing the dressing
room, the detective saw a
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no camera attached that
did not match the post-
tion of the videos on the
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somewhat unique in the
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research institutions
shouldn't be bearing the


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of the oil spill, including
oil soaked turtles, though
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not the ones concerning
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often seen close to shore,
are being caught within
2() miles.
Mote is monitoring
whale sharks, found after
the oil spill in shallow
local waters far from the
deep Gulf they usually
frequent. They are filter
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filter apparatus would be
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Robert Hueter, director
of Mote's center for shark
research.
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it," Hueter said. "They
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Wednesday hoping, she
said, for honest answers.
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FICTITIOUS NAME
12


Notice Under Fictitious
Name Law Pursuant to
Section 865.09,
NOTICE IS HFI i StVaEtuttehst the under-
signed, desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of Big Daddy's
Burgers located at 846 Van Gogh
Road in the City of Englewood. Florida
34223einDends to regCster t said atrne
n De rs no of ptoer Inashasseee
Dated at Venice. Florida, this 9th day of
August, 2010.
Big Daddy's Burger Den, Inc.
Publish: August 18, 2010

NOTICE OF ACTION
16


IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE PROCEED-
INGS

Imi tPe cmsa renhtlTtlehavingnteo
est in the following property:
One 2002 Mitsubishi Galant
VIN: 4A3AA46G32E133223
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that the
Sarasota County Sheriffs Office seized
the described property on June 15,
2010, in Sarasota County. Florida. A
forfeiture complaint has been filed in the
Circuit Court, Twelfth Judicial Circuit,
bnel dcasoer nSara0slo CA-07 38- ri
the purpose of obtaining a final order of
forfeiture as to the above described prop-
d du of th
erty on prolo non ofeFporroda la se

dnag th contradbaFnc\ep suan 0 eect
932.701-707. Florida Statutes.
PATRICK DUGGAN, ESQUIRE Assis-
taa a t uC h riff's Office
st eFI id 314530
Telephone (941) 861-4058; 861-
5800
Gondolier Sun
Au ust 18, 25, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 2009-DR-15157-SC
Division: Family
Rhonda Lavanceau
Petitioner
and
Meaghan Hornavius
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION

TO: (Name of Respondent)
Theofane Deamon
(URneksnpoondent's last Known address):
YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT an action has
been filed against you and that you are
e ds f nTtoaltc y of your written
Rhonda Lavanceau, whose address is
103 Pearl Ave. S Nokomis, FL 34275
on or before September 13, 2010, and
file the original with the Clerk of this
Court at State of Florida Twelfth
Judicial Circuit 4000 S. Tamiami
atoe or 34dTt31 hjreaservice
you fail to do so, a default may be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Copies of all court documents in this
case, including orders, are available at
the Clerk of the Circuit Court's office. You
may review these documents upon
request.

r su k pntohtefleCderok ofothe Clrrrcuit
address. (You may file Notice of Current
Address. Florida Supreme Court
Approved Family Law Form 12.915)
Future papers in this lawsuit will be mailed
to the address on record at the clerk's
office.

Am Py L RRu esl2.MP5roc dea
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.
Dated: July 26th, 2010.
KAREN E. RUSHING
CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT
By: Donna Gill
Deputy Clerk


NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
20

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
FRANK R. CANELLA, deceased.
0, Ip nd g atthhe ultMCrt\
Sarasota County. Florida, Probate Divi-
slow the address of which is P.O. Box
3079, Sarasota, Florida 34230-
3079. The names and addresses of the
petitioner and petitioner's attorney are
set f thcbe t rs of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is served must file
their claims with this Court WITHIN THE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE
DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF
THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court WITHIN
THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WILL
BE FOREVER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERI-
ODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM
FILED TWO(2) YEARS OR MORE
HR THBEARDREECEDENT'S DATE OF

notice uo 18st2pd cation of this

Frank L onneel
3 r5LHill de Ter7ra
Attorney for Petitioner:
A. BRENT McPEEK, ESQ.
3986 S. Tamlaml Trall
V Florida 34293
(9e 1 492-3400
Florida Bar No: 0003905
PUBLISH: August 18, 25, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASO UNTY,
PROBATE DIVISION

ARREAI G TCEA ROLL,
Deceased.
FileNo.2010-CP-002685-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
MAh AaNdmGnistrC Rof he c e
whose date of death was June 15
2010; File Number 2010-CP-
002685-SC, is pending in the Circuit
Court for Sarasota County. Florida, Pro-
bate Division, the address of which is
4000 South Tamiami Trail, Venice,
Florida 34293. The names and address-
es of the personal representative and the
personal representative's attorney are set
forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and other
persons having claims or demands
against the decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands

aM TtHd h AT tT3NtTh
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
N ILC LAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH
INFECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORI-
DA PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREV-
ER BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MO AATFHTER DECEDENT'S DATE
The date of first publication of this
notice is August 11, 2010.
.
Per IRnG1N pCr e0n vEeY
1121 Deardon Dr
Venice, Florida 34292

R nt iP rsonal
PoARdK rM 0350
4140 Woodmere Park Blvd., Sulte 4
Venice. Florida 34293
Telephone: (941) 408-8555
PUBLISH: August 11, 18, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
Charles E. Cornthwaite
Deceased.
2010-CP-2910-NC
Division: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
CHARLES E. CORNTHWAITE
deceased, whose date of death was July
31,2010 and whose social security


NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
20

number is XXX-XX-8271, is pending in
the Circuit Court for Sarasota County
Florida, Probate Division, the address of
3P .9B e3n0a7m s aan7sa areFsL
es of the personal representatives and
the personal representative's attorney are
set forth below
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
nstddtehced ees atreq rewhtoombe
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF ACOPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
M MATLEERDTHWDE E)DEYNETA DAOR
OF PdHte fARrRtE blication of this
notice is August 18, 2010.
Personal Representatives:
JAMES E D
5785 Sheffield Place
Melbourne, FL 32940
Attorneys for Personal
R resentatives.
B CHTOLD & CORBRIDGE, P.A
240 Nokomis Avenue South
Sulte 200
Venice. FL 34285
Telephone: (941) 488-7751
Florida Bar No. 116573
PUBLISH: August 18, 25, 2010

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION

e geE AE7glefield
Deceased
File No. 2010-CP-2752-SC
Division: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
George W. Egglefield, deceased
whose date of death was July 5, 2010
ssotpandmg m theo drcultPCoobuarttefo Sara-
th ddr of which is P.O. Box 3079
Sarasota, FL 34230-3079. The
pm enat Ivaddrnedsstehse e enaplerson
sent ve's a meydaredetdfort belo d
other persons having claims or demands
against dependent's estate on whom a
of th t d to b
copy d is re I Is quire Ith the
serve WmTTIN THE eLATE OFwTHREE
courMONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
14E FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NATTICE FORER3VOCEDAO AA7ERYT

an Ah pEecr o aMy nthec cede
em drscaa res Te Nus3t
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
RTICE PUBLICATION OF THIS
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
PER ODTF EEHT TF N IH GABYOHVAE
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is August 11, 2010.
Personal Representative.
Scott Egglefield
401 Dona Drive
Nokomis, Florida 34275
Attorney for Personal
Representative.
r forEsS ott Egglefield
Florida Bar No. 0135988
Sklp Berg, P.A
1872 Tamlaml Trall S. Ste D
Venice. FL 34293
Telephone: (941) 493-0871
Fax: (941) 497-6617
PUBLISH: August 11, 18,
2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARASOTA
COUNTY
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
GLENN L. GORE a/k/a GLENN LELAND
GORE, M.D.
File No. 2010 CP 002753


NC
Division:
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the
estate of GLENN L. GORE, deceased, whose
dateaof deathtwas Juby 13, 2XO dn9d6 ose
Ingsecu h Circ etr Csourt for Saraso
r o c is a ta tonCouhre
house ClerkofCircuit Court Probate Depart-
ment 2000 Main Street Room 102 Sara-
sota. FL 34237. The names and addresses
of the personal representative and the per-
sonal representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a copy of
rnot eds requlr toc uT IdH stTHIE
LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR
30DAYSAFTERTHEDATEOFSERVICEOFA
COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the dece-
dent and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate must file
their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST
PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITH-

DN 3 7 0 EEERBORFR HPOBSAET
PERIODS SETN HH AON INGNTHECT M
FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE
DECEDENT'S TEd0F DE H IS RRED.of

tAh sonotic sPAu 1R els0ntative:
LAUREN Y. DETZEL
Florida Bar No. 253294
DEAN, MEAD, EGERTON, BLOODWORTH.
CAPOUANO & BOZARTH, P.A.
800 N. Magnolia Avenue. Sulte 1500
dr nBox 21 6a 32802-2346
Telephone: (407) 841-1200
Fax: (407) 423-1831
Personal Representative
GRANT L. GORE
Publish: August 18, 25
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARASOTA
COUNTY.FLD ON: PROBATE
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DOceLaEsRHARTZOG
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RT adm nistratlaosn tot aeeofofD th
s tMaor2 r20 pendSr athe Cbr t
Division, the address of which is 2000 Main
Street, Sarasota, FL 34237. The names
and addresses of the personal representa-
tive and the personal representative's attor-
ney are set forth below.
All creditors of the dependent and other
persons having claims or demands against
decedent's estate on whom a copy of this
notice is required to be served must file
t eTrdl s t0hNt sSc rt WI ENTT OF
E3 DSATY ABF N TTE SFNS VCIEE
OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decenent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate must file their
claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS
AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLIC
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 733.702
OF THE FLORIDA PROBATE CODE WILL BE

GA ECT PIEL DODTWO
(D2bYTEARDSA OMFO AATFHT RBTAHRER CE-
The date of first publication of this notice
ugust 18, 2010.
Personal Representive:
John J. Raymond, JrEsq
2424 N. Federal Highway, Sulte 410
Boca Raton. FL 33431
Attorney for Personal Representative:
Ihor a t2tn4s Elsq.
2424 N. Federal Highway
Sulte 410
Boca Raton. FL 33431
eph506nle 61 8-2151
Published: August 18, 25, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
FOR SARASOTA COUNTY,
PROBFALTOER VISION

TATESE APTAER SH
Deceased.
File No. 2010-CP-2768-sc
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
JAMTEhe m sRtr oHn odethe seesdtateFi
Number 2010-CP-2768-SC, is pend-
Ing in the Circuit Court for Sarasota
County. Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is Sarasota County
Courthouse. Probate Division. P.O. Box
3079, Sarasota, FL 34230-3079. The
names and addresses of the Personal
Representative and the Personal Repre-
sentative's attorney are set forth below.
All creditors of the decedent and
Other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate, including


unmatured, contingent or unhquldated
claims, on whom a copy of this notice is
rved Wmu NfileTt Ir c TrEsRwl0hFthis
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
and 1tho erpecrseditorsha nthec cement
demands against decedent's estate.
Including unmatured, contingent or unhq-
uldated claims, must file their claims with
this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARRED.
NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
Notice is August 11, 2010
Personal Representative:
RONALD PARRISH
Port2C3d30Duc s Av5e4
Attorney for Personal
JR eEsLe a ERY
JERREL E. TOWER. P. A.
31 Bdr Ve2n6c7e3 e. Sulte 220
Venice. FL 34285
Phone: (941) 485-3391
PUBLISH: August 11, 18, 2010

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DOROTD SCHALKA

2010-CP-2940-NC
Division: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

dDeRT daYdrnCn t ofhe2e tteo
whose social security number is
X d r59as apejo 31FI da Pr
bate Division, the address of which is
P.O. Box 3079, Sarasota, FL 34230-
3079. The names and addresses of the
personal representatives and the person-
al representative's attorney are set forth
below.
All creditors of the decedent and
other persons having claims or demands
against decedent's estate on whom a
copy of this notice is required to be
served must file their claims with this
court WITHIN THE LATER OF 3
MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE
OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF
SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
and other persons having claims or
demands against decedent's estate must
file their claims with this court WITHIN 3
MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NT CLAIEMSONOTdlLEFDORW H
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
PROBATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER
BARN WITHSTANDING THE TIME
PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR
MORE AFTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE
OF DEATH IS BARRED.
The date of first publication of this
notice is August 18, 2010.
Personal Representatives:
RAYMOND ZIZIK
2193 Calusa Lakes Blvd.
Nokomis, FL 34275
Attorneys for Personal
Representatives:
BECHTOLD & CORBRIDGE, P.A.
240 Nokomis Avenue South
e FOL 34285
ep 0 (N941b478888787051

PUBLISH: August 18, 25, 2010

OTHER NOTICES
38




TO PLACE YOUR LEGAL
NOTICE, CALL STACY
(941)-207-1011
macintosh@
sun-herald.com
(at the Venice Office)
fax (941)-485-3036


NOTICE OF PUBLIC
AUCTION
The following vehicle/vessel(s) will be
auctioned for unpaid towing & storage
charges only.
per FS 713.78. Vehicle @ 100 Toney
Penna Dr. Jupiter. FL
1 2010 Jeep Patriot Ut Blk
1J4NT2GB5AD553568
2 2000 Niss XTerra 4D Sil
5N1ED28TX4C656579
3 2007 Chev Silverado Pk Sil
2GCEC13C871567676
On 9/6/2010 at 9:00 am at 171 S
Jackson Rd Venice. FL
PUBLISH: August 18, 2010
NOTI COFOPNUBLIC

The following vehicle/vessel(s) will be
oens nr unpaid towing & storage
per FS 713.78. Vehicle @ 6025 S SR53
1 rFLht Freightliner FLD120 Tk Grn
1FUYDSEBXTP598440
2 1994 Trall Trallmobile TI Whi
1PT01ANH6R9006007
On 9/6/2010 at 9:00 am at 171 S Jack-
son Rd Venice. FL
PUBLISH: August 18, 2010
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
AUCTION
The following vehicle/vessel(s) will be
ens n ,r unpaid towing & storage
per FS 713.78. Vehicle @ 4001 Santa
Barbara Blvd #239, Naples. FL
1 1998 Olds Cutlass 4D Blu
39N 220M100 a6t393 6a0m at 171 S Jack-
UnBS nAuegu 18,2010
NOTICE OF PUBLIC
AUCTION
Pursuant to F.S. 677.210. Elsle Title Ser-
vices w/power of attorney will sell the list-
ed vehicles to
highest bidder subject to any Ilens. Owner
may redeem vehicle for cash sum of Ilen;
all auctions
held reserve: Inspect 1 wk prior @
Ilenor facility: cash or cashier's check:
25% buyer prem;
anyone Interested ph (941) 486-0800.
sale date 9/13/2010 @ 9:00 am @ 36
Shannon Road
Sarasota FL 34240 storage @ $3.21 per
month plus tax:
EdCote W2 lien amt $733.34 Veh Is:
1991 Dutc Dutchmen 26B2 Mh. Whl,
VIN#
47CF20S25M1010413 Tenant: Same, ,
Llenor:Ed Cote' RV Storage. 36 Shannon
Road. Sarasota., FL 34240. (941) 377-
6220
PUBLISH: August 18, 25, 2010
NOTI COFOPNUBLIC


etj ow ng vehic e essel( s ra
charges only,
per FS 713.78. Vehicle @ 2040 Cornell
St. Sarasota. FL
Pl0ST2504000L900Sea SV1900CC Vs
On 9/6/2010 at 9:00 am at Above
Address. FL
PUBLISH: August 18, 2010
NOTI COFOPNUBLIC

The following vehicle/vessel(s) will be
auctioned for unpaid towing & storage
F s7 8. Vehicle @ 171 S Jackson
Road. Venice. FL
1 2003 KZ Coyote TI Whi
4EZTS22253SO24948
d 6/ 10 at 9:00 am at Above
PUBLISH: August 18, 2010

NOTICE TO
CREDITORS
20

IN THETWERLCUIT CUOU AOF THE
CIRCUIT IN AND FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
FRANK R. CANELLA
Deceased.
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Nora has demonstrated that she has the intelligence and integrity that
Sarasota County especially needs in these difficult times. It is more
important now than ever to have strong and sensible leadership.
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solved and fixed many
problems arising in
education, government
and business. I bring
solutions to problems by
analyzing them through
fact finding, historical
data, and listening to
people's input and opin-
ions. I plan for today and
tomorrow with a direc-
tion that is well thought
out and not extreme,"
Daniels said.
"I'm frustrated with the
poor leadership those
elected in 2007 have
demonstrated, which has
cost Venice taxpayers.
"I'll provide better
leadership and guidance"
and will "work coop-
eratively with all govern-
ment agencies to change
our negative reputation."
Daniels grew up in a
working class family and
worked his way through
Bowling Green Univer-
sity as a carpenter and
machinist. He received a


degree in education, and
later a masters degree
from Ball State University
and a Ph.D. from Ohio
State University.
During the first two
decades of his career he
taught industrial tech-
nology and special needs
vocational education.
For the next 10 years
he was an entrepreneur
and ran a restoration and
remodeling company
specializing in historic
homes.
Following that he
made a major career
move to GE appliances
in Columbia, Tennessee
and eventually to head-
quarters in Louisville,
Kentucky.
Throughout these
years he held manage-
rial positions in factory
information systems, in
addition to being respon-
sible for all government
grant funding. Later
he went to a privately


held company, Franklin
International, where he
was vice-president of
human resources and
handled corporate qual-
ity, environmental health
and safety and labor
relations.
Daniels said he led
both of these companies
to become ISO 9000
certified for international
trade.
Daniels, who lives
in Willow Chase, more
recently worked behind
the scenes on projects re-
garding Laurel Road de-
velopment. He served on
a citizens advisory group
regarding developer Mike
Miller's Renaissance
project and the Knights
Trail CVS pharmacy that
he says should open in
January.
Daniels was part of a
group of homeowners
association represen-
tatives who opposed
building the proposed


South County jail on
Knights Trail Road, and
who secured additional
suffering between the
mining operations off
Knights Trail and nearby
residences. He served on
a citizen panel who se-
cured additional buffer-
ing and a paved road into
the Myakka River Park.
"Getting that road
paved was significant for
us," Daniels said, "as well
as the security fence and
buffer."
He helped co-sponsor
a neighborhood work-
shop when two homes in
Willow Chase were found
to have defective Chinese
dry wall.
"I'm happy to report
(developer) Mr. Lee
Wetherington took care
of both of them. That's
made us whole again.
He gutted the homes,
replaced electrical wir-
ing, and put in all new
appliances. It was very


expensive for him. He
stepped up to the plate,
and they are very happy.
At Epiphany Cathedral
he served on the building
restoration committee.
He's a member of the
Venice Theatre Guild,
Venice Chamber of
Commerce, and the Ohio
State Alumni Club of
Sarasota.
"This is a critical time
and it is urgent that we
return our government
to a sound financial
position so that we can
secure the future for the
vibrant Venice we all
love," Daniels said.
"I believe strongly we
need to keep Venice the
wonderful city it is to
live, work and play."
Daniels is married to
Nancy, a retired school
counselor, and has two
married daughters, Jaime
and Bobbi.

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flashing red lights and
have a stop-sign arm
extended on the driver's
side.
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that motorists follow-
ing a school bus or
approaching from the
opposite direction must
stop a safe distance
from the bus when its
flashing red lights and
stop sign are activated.
Traffic must stop in both
directions on all two-
way streets and roads,
including those with
turning lanes.
Vehicles travelling in
the opposite direction
of a stopped school
bus may proceed at a


safe speed only if the
street or road is divided
by a physical barrier, a
raised median or an un-
paved space of at least
5 feet.
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they had listened to ad-
visory groups, reviewed
facts and acquainted
themselves with the past
history associated with
this issue much effort,
time and money could
have been saved.
As a council member,
he said, he'd first like to
address the city's com-
prehensive plan.
"I feel that the com-
prehensive plan needs
modification and
foresight if it is to be a
positive framework to
make Venice a viable city
that does not succumb to
small town deterioration
and zero growth.
Daniels said he's better
suited to help the city of
Venice emerge from the
current recession due
to his varied managerial
and grant writing expen-
ence.
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sional career, I have


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school
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By ROGER BUTTON
BUSINESS COLUMNIST

The Royal Palace Adult
Gaming Arcade is being trans-
formed into the first arcade
casino in Venice.
It began a year ago as a small
arcade but with its growth to
8,000 club members, it is be-
ing expanded into an arcade
within a casino-style party and
family social center, The Royal
Palace Arcade Casino at Bas-
ketville, 4411 South Tamiami
Trail.
Renovations are under way
for the opening, scheduled for
Oct. 1. The new facility will
occupy the whole of the 18,000
square feet of the former Bas-
ketville store, which closed in
2008. Part of the property was
occupied by Paula Mae's Amish
Store, which closed earlier this
year.
Managing partners are Julio
Bagardi, Bob Correa and John
Gregory, who is also the chef.
The expansion and transfor-
mation will bring to South
Venice a complete social
environment where adults can
play gaming machines, enjoy
entertainment and eat in a
family restaurant.
"It will be one shop for ev-
erything," said Bagardi.
The existing gaming room


will have 40 more machines,
making 200 in total.
"All our gaming machines
are eight-liners, providing
games of skill where people
come and have a chance
to win gift cards for local
restaurants and stores," said
Correa.
The enlarged restau-
rant, with an additional 75
seats, will be part of the
4,500-square-foot entertain-
ment complex featuring a
dance floor, a stage for kara-
oke and open-mic nights. The
restaurant will be similar to an
Applebee's or Chili's and serve
an Italian menu, said Gregory.
In a bar area there will be
sports entertainment with a
15-foot screen and two 10-foot
television screens.
An open layout will encour-
age members and guests to
participate in different activi-
ties throughout Royal Palace.
Members of the Palace Poker
Club play free Texas Hold'em.
Gaming players, who must be
21 or older, enjoy free soda,
beer and wine.
With everything all under
one roof, men can come and
watch sports on TV while wives
are having fun in the gaming
room, said Bacardi. The bar is
planned to be entirely separate
from the restaurant.


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In preparation for the grand
opening, the front of the old
building has been textured
and will have a sand color with
green trim. Following con-
struction, the public will have
access by the front entrance
doors in addition to the exist-
ing side entrance to the gam-


ing room.
Hours for the casino are 11
a.m.-2 a.m. It will be 11 a.m.-9
p.m. for the restaurant. Seat-
ing for smokers is planned
along the whole front of the
building.
"It has already become the
social club for people in Venice


and South Sarasota County,
where we hold birthday, wed-
ding and anniversary parties,
said Bagardi.
For the enlarged Royal Pal-
ace, he intends on hiring an
additional 10 to 15 people.

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By ROGER BUTTON
BUSINESS COLUMNIST

"The situation in Fort
Lauderdale has no effects
whatsoever upon us in
Venice," said Chip Ho-
gan, managing broker of
Re/Max Alliance Group,
1314 E. Venice Ave.
He was referring to
news of a Fort Lauderdale


Re/Max franchise closing
its doors last week with a
loss of 160 jobs.
Fort Lauderdale-head-
quartered RE/MAX Part-
ners, a Florida franchise
of RE/MAX L.L.C., of
Denver, Colo., is clos-
ing its doors, blaming
five years of deteriorat-
ing home sales and the
after-effects of Hurricane


TVilma.
RE/MAX Partners
operated four East Coast
offices, in Coral Springs,
Plantation and two in
Fort Lauderdale. Found-
ed in 1973, RE/MAX LLC
has a network of more
than 6,500 independent-
ly owned and operated
offices worldwide.
Promoted as the larg-


est RE/MAX brokerage in
Florida, Re/Max Partners
experienced a 29 percent
drop in business after
the April expiration of
the federal homebuyer
tax credit. Agents were
informed by letter this
week the company was
ceasing operations and
closing its offices after
nearly two decades in


business.
"It must be the lo-
cal statistics in that
area and the impact of
foreclosures and other
factors which impacted
more than for us," said
Hogan. "In Venice we
still have the retirement
market, and comparing
the current economic
conditions, we are very


satisfied where we are
now.
Re/Max Alliance Group
has offices in Venice
and Sarasota. It is an
independently owned
franchise by investors in
Manatee and Sarasota
counties and is in no way
connected with the failed
East Coast franchisee.
rogerbutton@verizon.net


Calls to IberiaBank of-
fices in Louisiana and
Charter One were not
returned. A local secu-
rity company has been
guarding the property
since the closure.

Opening tonight
Pineapples Nightclub
opens tonight (1Vednes-
day) with Arch Band and
will feature live enter-
tainment Wednesdays,
Friday and Saturdays
from 8 p.m. to midnight.
Pineapples South
Beach-style outside deck
restaurant with its 50-
seat bar is opening Labor
Day weekend with the
same menu as the inside
restaurant.
"I have never opened
a restaurant where
everything ran so
smoothly," said owner
Tom Carney. "Kudos to
my entire staff."
He attributed the suc-
cessful opening to his
temporary closing of T.J.
Carney's Irish pub on
West Venice Avenue and
bringing all his staff to
Pineapples to train the
new employees. He plans
to reopen T.J. Carney's in
mid to late September.


Call455-5066.

Florists up for
auction
"It is the first time in
my career I will be auc-
tioning a business," said
NeilVanDeRee, referring
to Miller's Florist, 1837
South Tamiami Trail.
Miller's Florist had op-
erated in Venice Village
Shoppers for 20 years,
until July 2009, when
owner Sue Medhurst,
who acquired the busi-
ness in 2002, moved it to
the trail.
within the past year it
was purchased by new
owners who now wish
to pursue a business
opportunity out of state,
said VanDeRee. They
have hired his company,
VanDeRee Auction Com-
pany, to do an absolute
auction of the business.
The auction manager is
Janet Cronin.
All intellectual prop-
erty as well as the inven-
tory will be sold to the
last and highest bidder
without reserve by the
sellers. It is a sealed bid
auction, with a deadline
of 1 p.m. Aug. 27. Call
488-1500.


a local sign company
before attending Ringling
for four years. Starting a
corporate graphic com-
munications firm, he saw
a demand for finished
print design products, so
they acquired their first
printing company.
Call493-7300.

Growing practice
Moving one mile south
next week and doubling
the size of the office
to improve services
is Sigafoose & Taylor
Chiropractic, 2190 South
Tamiami Trail, near the
Crane Road intersection.
The practice focuses
on family and sports in-
juries and performance,
posture correction and
exercises for specific
spinal adjustments and
rehabilitation. It offers
workshops on stress
management, nutrition
and exercise.
From Scranton, Pa., Dr.
Aaron Taylor attended
New York Chiropractic
College and Lock Haven
University, Pa., before
practicing in Vermont,
and then launching his
own practice in Canan-
daigua, N.Y.


Four years ago, he
opened his Venice office,
where he has four as-
sistants. He is an active
triathlete and will partici-
pate in the Panama City
Iron Man competition in
November. Call 493-2688.

Free golf
Providing rounds of
golf at Pelican Preserve,
Raptor Bay, The Colony,
Tiburon and Venetian
courses to anyone donat-
ing at least $100 to All
Faiths Food Bank is a
special promotion of
WCI Communities of
North Venice.
Donors receive a com-
plimentary foursome,
including carts, for play
through Oct. 15. Dona-
tions will be accepted
through Sept. 15
Access the offer via
www.1VCIGolf.com/
allfaiths/. The food bank
serves Sarasota and
DeSoto counties.

Editor's Note: Service
and product information
in this column should not
be taken as an endorse-
ment of the business.

rogerbutton@verizon.net


Holiday House, 455
North U.S. 41 Bypass,
was purchased in fore-
closure for $1 by Ibe-
riaBank of Sarasota in a
formal auction Tuesday
at the Sarasota County
Courthouse.
This is a standard proce-
dure enabling the bank to
clear title and legally trans-
fer ownership to itself.
The bank acquired the
167-roomhotel, ownedby
Best Southwestern Hotels
Inc.- Bernard and Linda
LeBlanc and Venice HI
Inc., following foreclosure
on July 9 this year to collect
on debts of more than
$10 million to IberiaBank
following its acquisition of
Century Bank earlier this
year.
In foreclosure the hotel
had been operated by
Sarasota-based Charter
One Hotels & Resorts
until closing last month.


Donald Schaefer
First Vice President Investment Officer
PIM Portfolio Manager
Tel 941-492-3331
donald.schaefer@wfadvisors.com
www.wfadvisors.com/shaefer-hay


Don Hay
First Vice President Investment Officer
PIM Portfolio Manager
Tel 941-492-3330
don.hay@wfadvisors.com
www.wfadvisors.com/shaefer-hay


Trica Lasswell
Senior Client Associate
Tel 941-492-3332
trica.1asswell@wfadvisors.com
www.wfadvisors.com/shaefer-hay


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Local ReMax offices going strong


Relocated
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printing company and
a year ago purchased
West Coast Printing of
Florida.
Recently, they moved
the 30-year old Venice
company to 111 Cor-
paration1Vay, installing
new equipment and
expanding services.
Services include copy-
ing, print to publication
and short-run printing
with complete publish-
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publishing authors they
do total set-up including
design and layout for
short runs for as few as
10 copies for paperback
books. They print busi-
ness, greeting, direct mail
and postcards.
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graphic designer, Yael
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Israel prior to coming
to Sarasota and is now
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Warmer temperatures for females, cool
temperatures for males. The 2-inch
hatchlings emerge from their nests at
once and head to open waters. Re-
searchers suggest only one in 1,000
hatchlings survives to adulthood.
Scientists believe the female sea turtle
embryos become imprinted with the
beach upon which they hatch, and that
beach will be the beach where they
return to lay their eggs.
Robin Trindell, a FWC biological
administrator and sea turtle expert, said
researchers have been able to deter-
mine through DNA that subpopulations
of sea turtles nesting in the Panhandle
aren't the same turtles nesting on
Manasota Key and elsewhere in the
state.
The turtles are also have crystals in
their brains that can detect and are
directed by magnetic fields, Trindell
said. The hatchlings may also be pick-
ing up other cues, she said, that lead the
females back to their home beaches.
The decision to move sea turtle eggs
from their West Coast nests to the East
Coast wasn't one that researchers de-
cided lightly.
"It was very much a balancing act,"
Trindell said, suggesting the desper-
ate situation with the spill demanded
desperate actions.
The researchers waited until late in
the incubation process before digging
out nests and then packed the eggs with
sand from their nests.
Since it may take 20 or more years for
the surviving females to mature, Trin-
dell said no one may know what effect
the move will have on the hatchings.
Besides addressing the nests, Trindell
said the FWC and other agencies cap-
tured 134 turtles alive in the oil-polluted
waters of the northern Gulf, and out
of those turtles, 42 were unaffected by
the spill and immediately released. One
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tural Review Board to serve
another term from Sept. 1,
2010, to Aug. 31, 2013.
Granted nonexclusive
waterline easement agree-
ments for three parcels
and temporary construc-
tion easements for four
city-owned parcels located
on Kmghts Trail Road and
Venice Myakka River Park
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water pipeline connect-
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supplyup through Sarasota
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ranking of quotes for air-
port markings, signs and
fencing around portions
of the airport. Total proj-
ect amount is $100,000, of
which 80 percent will be
reimbursed by the Florida
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Klos for county h~ospita I board


PUBLISHER
LANG CAPASSO
PHONE: (941) 207-1210
FAX:(941) 484-8460
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WEDNESDAY
AUG.18, 2010


GONDOLIER SUN EDITOR


wo North Port residents are
running in the Republican pri-
mary to fill the open Southern
District 1 seat on the Sarasota County
Hospital Board: political newcomer
Darryl Henry and Levko Klos, who is
no stranger to the local political scene.
The winner will face Timothy Hardt
of Venice, who is running with no par-
ty affiliation, in the General Election.
Incumbent Gerald Phillips of Engle-
wood decided not to seek re-election.
The nine-member public board sets
the overall direction of the only not-
for-profit hospital system in region. As
a public hospital, Sarasota Memorial
Health Care System is responsible for
indigent care in the county and re-
ceives property tax revenues in return.
Beyond the main campus in Sarasota,
it provides home-health care and long-
term care, and operates a freestanding
ER and health-care center in North


Port and another in northern Sarasota.
For Henry, the campaign is the
fulfillment of a promise he made
after suffering a stroke in 2()()6. Henry
told us he was so impressed with the
"competency and compassion" shown
by physicians and staff that he looked
for some way to repay them someday.
Now that he has largely recovered, he
wants that service to be as a board
member.
A retired telecommunications engi-
neer, Henry called Sarasota Memorial
"a fantastic place." He hopes to be a
voice for staff members who often go
unnoticed.
His main issue is increasing public
accessibility to the hospital system.
In order for the hospital to prosper fi-
nancially, it needs to get more people
- especially those with insurance that
can pay the bills in the door. This
is especially critical in South County.


Henry suggested such things as regu-
lar bus or jitney service to Sarasota.
Henry has an intriguing story and seems
capable, but we give our nod to IGos.
Klos has run previously for North
Port City Commission and for super-
visor of elections, but he maintains
this is the right spot for him. We
know from his elections supervisor
campaign that he is a bulldog with a
mind for detail. We were impressed
with his command of issues and
his deep knowledge of health-care
finances.
Klos has some background working
with insurance companies to develop
retirement plans involving long-term
care, which puts him in a good posi-
tion for this specific job. He noted the
hospital had been cutting costs while
improving services.
To deal with lower occupancy rates,
Sarasota Memorial built walk-in


centers to increase consumer traffic.
That was one way to meet the access
challenge. Meanwhile, sound leader-
ship has impressed the bond rating
companies, he noted.
Construction of the North Port ER
showed the hospital's new commit-
ment to a growing population center,
which Klos hopes to continue. Along
with that, he is committed to not rais-
ing taxes.
Klos has the time, the energy, the
background and the analytical ability
needed to do the job right, as well as
a long-standing desire for community
service.
We believe Klos has found his call-
ing, and that he will bring a valuable
perspective to the board.
We recommend Levko Klos in the
Republican primary for the Southern
District 1 seat on the Sarasota County
Hospital Board.


came with instructions: "Bill is
to be wom facing out from the
brow." This simple reminder is
kind of like the one that comes
with sod: "Green side up.
Besides, wearing the cap with
the bill facing out serves many
functions. It keeps your hair nice
and neat, and you can doff it at
the pretty girls quite easily with
the placement of the bill forward.
Second, and probably most
important, it keeps the sun out
of your eyes, preventing retina
disease, eye cancer and blind-
ness. Third, and most important,
baseball players wear it correctly,
and you do want to be consid-
ered a jock, right?
Now, wearing a cap backward
does have one huge advantage. It
allows the wearer to avoid being
the one thing no one in Venice
wants to be a "redneck." Can
you imagine people pointing at
you and calling you a redneck all
because you were too concerned
for the health of your eyes with
no thought for your standing in
the community?
Some would argue that
healthy eyes are more important
than the color of your neck. A
not-so-well-dressed hat wearer
would argue, "Yes, the sun
might hurt the eyes, but surely
you have heard about the rash
of skin cancer going around
because of the sun." He is doing
what he can to protect his skin,
with the bill of his cap shading
his neck.
Can you imagine the fellow
who was the first to think of the
backward hat waking up one
day and seeing that the fad he
created to be different really is
not different at all, but just one
of many things that people do to
think they are cool? Oh, the hor-
ror of it all.
Thanks, Dr. Garner Robinson,
who likes humorous columns.
Couldn't find your phone num-
ber.
Congratulations to Pineapples
on a highly successful opening.
I'llbet half the people there were
the ones who complained about
the color.

Lang Capasso is publisher of
the Venice Gondolier Sun.


Since coming to town I have
heard many people complain
about many things. The green
restaurant will they ever leave
that building alone? Complaints
about the roundabout, Venice
Little Theatre changing its name,
the pet parade and my columns
have come in right behind the
new restaurant on the radar
screen,
Actually, I think it is fun to
criticize. Like the tea partiers
- where would we be without
them, and where would they be
without finding fault?
I thinkit is good that people
have something to complain
about.Ventingis one of our
God-given rights. It is like going
to baseball game; you have
paid your money and you have
bought the right to scream at the
ump.
We just need something new
to complain about. The green
building is built, and people will
get dizzy negotiating the round-
about with the constant turns.
I think I have solved the
problem of finding something
new, and it is really important.
Many of you have overlooked
it when it comes to complain-
ing. It is as obvious as the nose
on your face, as it is in plain
view. Normally it is gender-
specific, leaning toward the
male side.
If you really want to complain
about something, how about
men who wear their baseball cap
backward? I cannot tell you the
number of times I have wanted
to go up to someone wearing a
cap backward and ask the simple
question, "Why?"
The cap is avery well de-
signed, functional piece that
probably dates back to when
baseball was invented. Matter of
fact, I am told that the first hats


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majority of council to confirm
the mayor's recommendation
for a board position.
Pay them. Many churches
want to help poor, illegal
immigrants. Such people are
often separated from family
and friends. Our churches' so-
lution demonstrate and give
such people citizenship, then
they can bring family members
to the U.S. But the concerned
leaders in such churches have
a better, alternate solution
- simply insist that church
members donate to help such
poor to stay at home. Now the
poor don't have to risk their
lives getting here and wasting
much of their earnings on liv-
ing costs. They can be with all
families and friends. My own
Catholic church can collect
billions with extra collections
a month and I'm sure Mexican
churches can get the monies to
the right people.
Gambling. I have some
questions about these so-
called adult arcades that have
opened up in the Venice area
and other places. There's about
four of them on a 1()-mile strip
on U.S. 41.1Vhat government
agency regulates these? And
who do you complain to if
there is a problem with them?
They pay you off in gift cards
to local restaurants, grocery
stores, etc.1Vho do you com-
plain to if one or two of them
are not having these cards in
a timely manner? Sometimes
you have to wait more than a
month before you get the card.
Is there some sort of rules or
regulations that governs these?
Could someone let me know?
Generational. Regarding one
of the big city council issues,
I believe the long overdue
purchase and installation of
the emergency backup genera-
tor at the VCC storm shelter
should be one of those issues.
Since it is part of public safety,
I believe it should be given a
high priority. As I understand
it, this was budgeted for 2()1().
We're over halfway in and
there's no sign of it.


Confused. Is it OK to say
Merry Christmas? I think the
heat has affected the brains of
the "Christmas in July" plan-
ners.1Vhy is it OK to use the
word "Christmas" in July, but
when Christmas comes in De-
cember, it's now a holiday? You
figure it out.
Paint them. Now that the
sidewalks at Venice Avenue
and Harbor Drive have been
extended into the roadways,
I suggest the new extended
curbs should be painted yel-
low. I almost drove into one
and think the snowbirds will
have the same problem.
Whohe? Who is Pat Allen? He
first appeared with the president
in dress blues saying he was a
Coast Guard admiral. He referred
to the difficulty with the oil leak
as our problem, meaning the
people of the United States and
the Coast Guard. Lately he's
shown up as Pat Allen, admiral
retired, and when he says we,
he's talking about BP and the rest
of the BP family. Has he retired
and gone to work for BP or one
of their contractors? That would
be an interesting story that ev-
erybody's missed.
Stay away. I would like to
know what's going on at Briar-
wood Road in Venice. It seems
they arrest two to three people
every time your paper is pub-
lished. It seems to me that all
the illegals, creeps, crooks and
drug addicts collect there. Maybe
it's time now for cleaning up
this area. Tellthemnot to come
down my road because I have
something waiting for them all.
Wiggle room. City tax rate
could go up 29 percent. That's
going to give them some
wiggle room. So probably in
November, if any of them is
running for re-election, they
might just wiggle right out
of their position. I hope the
people do that. And then, the
school district is increasing our
property taxes again after hav-
ing to have the 1 percent from
the state taxes. Now they're
going to raise our taxes any-


Have It
way. They just keep driving the
people away, but in the long
run they'll lose.
Front door. I just don't
understand this immigra-
tion thing. I've been thinking
about calling you for a long
time. I don't see where all
these hispanics in the United
States illegally have any right
to protest. They're not citizens
of the United States. I'm not
against immigration. I think if
they want to become citizens
and come over here and work,
let 'em come in the front door.
They come in the back door
with guns and drugs. And for
those who don't like the Ari-
zona law, how would they like
to have 45(),()()() immigrants
from Mexico drug dealers
and so forth- in their coun-
ties once a week?
Confirmation. Add to ballot
at the next election that it will
take amajorityvote of council to
appoint board members to the
planning commission, parks and
rec all the different boards, like
Sarasota County does. Not just
appointed by the mayor. It should
be a majority vote. Also, lower
the number ofcouncilmembers
from seven to five. That would
save money right there.
Editor Note: It does take a


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thepeopleweelectfor
state and federal govem-
ment, as does Sarasota
County. Alcona County
allows state and federal
regulators to manage the
coastal lands while Sara-
sata County hires a group
to regulate the already
regulated. Three permits to
three agencies why?
Redundancy is rampant
in our county government.
Eighty-seven people are
employed in the Environ-
ment Resource Manage-
ment area in Sarasota
County. Eighty-three in
Financial Planning and
seventy-five in Capital
Management. Couldn't
find these categories in Al-
cona County but it appears
they are well covered.
Before we go to the polls,
maybe we should study
the bloat in government
and make our elected
officials tighten the belt or
stand aside for someone
more competent. Billion
here and a billion there
starts to add up.
Our freedom ebbs away
as our government grows
larger.
Fremont Thompson
Englewood


'"'"'"willnotfind
many people willing to
take such a stand.
I have never been vio-
lent with my wife or any
woman. I have lived in this
community my entire life.
If there was any validity to
me having an anger prob-
lem there would be some
other person that would
report it. I have protected
individuals (including my
wife) throughout my entire
life. I am not a violent per-
son and I challenge any-
one to bring any credible
evidence to the contrary.

Tracy Lee
Candidate for County Judge '
Group 3


Thinks Rafferty
was smeared

Editor:
I am outraged that your
newspaper can know-
ingly print such garbage as
has been printed in your
Let'em Have It section.
Mike Rafferty is an out-
standing citizen ofVenice
who takes interest and
participates in community
affairs. I know Mike and I


knowhisconcernisforthe
community and is never
self-serving. I find it hard
to believe that this smear
tactic would be allowed in
your newspaper. It is easy
for me to see it was written
with the malicious intent
of destroying his reputa-
tion and his good name.
I certainly hope that
the general public can see
through this garbage, but
I'm afraid that some may
believe it because you had
the gall to print it in your
newspaper.

Ernie Coleman
Venice
,
Editors Note: Though a
private citizen, Rafferty was
a major player in the public
debate about the Venice
Municipal Airport and, as
such, became fair game for
criticism about his qualifi-
cations and input.


Not how they do
It in AICOna

Editor:
With an annual budget
of more than $1.03 billion,
Sarasota County Govern-


mentisthearea'slargest
emph>yer, with 3,338 em-
ployees. Maybe we should
assess the need for this
much local government.
Our lives have changed
due to the financial
stress of lost jobs, soaring
foreclosures and market
crashes, so all costs that
we are experiencing need
critical review. In this ef-
fort, I compared the costs
of goveming in the county
where we formerly lived
with the cost in Sarasota
County.
Alcona County, Mich.,
is larger in land mass and
water mass with more
miles of coastline but has
fewer residents and house-
holds. A fairer comparison
would be the amount of
county government costs
per each household.
County government in
Sarasota costs $6,700 per
household. Alcona County
government, including
all townships, costs $1690
per household. Sarasota
County Govemment costs
nearly four times as much
per household
Looking a little deeper,
Alcona County did not
spend any taxpayer money
to hire a lobbyist to lobby


ment letter indicates. It has
made a mountain out of a
molehill. That report has
taken the most salacious
parts of the allegations
without reporting the full
circumstances.
The report indicates I
broke open a door.1Vhat it
fails to report is my daugh-
ter was on the other side
and I was afraid for her. It
reports I threw keys "at"
my wife, when in reality
I tossed my wife her keys
(underhanded) and she
had tumed not realizing it
and was accidental hit. The
court found none of those
allegations warranted an
injunction.
What every news source
has failed to report is that
I can defend and explain
every allegation wherein I
have had a verbal argu-
ment with my wife (there
have been five times
in four years) yet have
refused to defend my-
self. The restraint not to
disclose anything in my
defense is a testament to
my temperament. I would
rather sacrifice my own
reputation than disclose
personal facts about my


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Editor:
I am more than a
little disappointed in this
newspaper's decision to
withhold its endorsement
of my candidacy for judge
because I did not discuss
a dismissed allegation of
domestic violence from
October 2009 in my candi-
date interview.
The interview was
limited to 30 minutes
wherein I answered, in
great detail, every question
that was asked of me. Prior
to that interview, there
have been 13 newspaper
reports covering my arrest
and subsequent dismissal
of the charges against me
after a full investigation.
I have also given this news-
paper a full interview and
two written statements on
the allegations, which were
published prior to the en-
dorsement. I have been an
open book concerning the
allegations against me.
The recent article by this
newspaper did the oppo-
site of what the endorse-


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These improvements are
highly beneficial not only
because they lower utility
and insurance costs, but
because they increase
the value of the property
(think resale value) and
stimulate investment in
surrounding properties,
unlike new development,
which often creates a
disinvestment in older,
existing structures and
neighborhoods.
At the same time, they
employ manufacturing,
trades and retail workers
who make, install or sell
these materials, equip-
ment and appliances.
In Venice and in our
county, we have many
such manufacturers and
businesses, which have
had to lay off thousands
of employees due to the
housing market crash.
For the past few years
there has been a federal
program providing up to
$1,500 in tax credits for
energy and hurricane-
hardening improvements,
but it isn't enough to
really motivate a large
number of people in this
economy. The feds are
presently considering
replacing the $1,500 tax
credit, which expires at
the end of this year, with
a more extensive cas b
re ate program poss ly
called Cash for Caulkers.
However, it's not definite
it will be funded. None-
theless, thanks to Sara-
sata County we now have
our own local program
that can be used with or
without the federal credit
or rebate.

re I had thie pltehaesu e of
p g ty
Venice at the county's


kickoff for this new retrofit
program, called "Get
Energy Smart," in which
Venice, North Port and
the city of Sarasota are
also participating. Venice
almost was precluded
from participating due to
its smaller population, but
one of our crack employ-
ees, Val Raney, who keeps
an eye out for grants and
other programs that could
benefit our city, bird-
dogged the requirements
and jumped on it when it
was opened up to include
cities of our size. The
program is funded under
the American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act and
the Energy Efficiency and
Conservation Block Grant
program.
The announcement
of the new program
took place at a recently
rehabilitated Habitat for
Humanity house. It was a
double pleasure for me as
I used to run a program
very similar to Habitat's
and also represented the
city of Hartford, Conn.,
on many occasions at
Habitat house-opening
celebrations.
Since the 1970s, great
emphasis was placed on
increasing the energy ef-


ficiency of homes. Under
our programs, selected
homeowner families were
required to gut the entire
house as part of their
sweat equity so that insu-
lation could be put into
all exterior walls, ceilings,
attic and sills, and all-new
wiring, heating, plumb-
ing and energy-efficient
doors and windows could
be installed.
The new Get Energy
Smart retrofit program
will provide up to $3,500
in cash rebates on various
energy efficiency im-
provements, including
new doors and windows,
water heaters, insula-
tion, heating and cooling
systems and Energy Star
appliances. A loan of up
to $5,000 may also be
applied for to help pay
the cost of the improve-
ments. And if you do the
improvements before
Dec. 31,you will also get
that federal tax credit of
$1,500 on your 2010 taxes.
If you own an older
house, now is the time
to make those improve-
ments you've been wait-
ing to make. Not only will
you lower your utilities
and insurance costs, but
you will also help to turn


around our economy by
putting people back to
work in our local indus-
tries and businesses.
There are enough older


homes in need of im-
provement in this area to
keep thousands of people
employed in these "green
jobs for a long time.


"The greenest house
or building is an existing
structure that is renovat-
ed with energy efficient
materials, equipment and
appliances.
That statement was
made by the president
of the National Trust for
Historic Preservation dur-
ing a Congress of Cities
conference I attended for
the purpose of lobbying
for stimulus funds for
critically needed im-
provements in our city.
We subsequently received
funds for a generator for
our community center
and pedestrian safety
improvements at the in-
tersection oflVest Venice
Avenue and Harbor Drive.
These projects helped our
local economy, but prob-
ably didn't put much of
a dent in the unemploy-
ment rate.
During the conference,
in a meeting with Sen. Bill
Nelson in which budget
cuts and layoffs were on
everyone's minds, I sug-
gested that one way to
put people back to work
would be to increase
incentives to renovate
existing homes and
buildings and make them
more energy-efficient
and hurricane-hardened.


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Venice's Brian Eidelbus hits a tee shot off the first
tee during the first round of the 2010 Greater
Sarasota Junior Golf Association Tournament
of Champions on Saturday at The Ritz-Cariton
Members Golf Club in Bradenton. Eidelbus, 16,
competing in the 16-18 year-old division, shot a
*' 78 on the first day then came back with a lowest
., round of 74 on the second and final round to finish
= in third-place overall with a 152, just four strokes
SUN PHOTO BY PERRY D. PENTZ out of first place.


CONTACT US
PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTS EDITOR
(941) 207-1107
ppentz@venicegondolier.com


MR. SHEEPSHEAD

Stormy weather

can be beneficial
Some of the best fishing I've
ever done is when a storm is
approaching and the barometer
is falling.
Now, I'm not advocating fish-
ing with lightning and thunder
around. But when I lived on
Venice Beach several years
ago, we went out fishing when
a hurricane was coming. We
did quite well catching redfish.
The following day I went out
on the Venice Jetty and caught
more fish. This has happened
too many times to be a coinci-
dence.
A few years ago, Mrs. Sheeps-
head and I were fishing at a
lake in the Pocono Mountains
in Pennsylvania. We weren't
catching much until a storm
rolled in. The big bluegills and
bass went nuts as we were
tc ingconstantlyforabout

There is a series of connect-
ing lakes in Venice that are
loaded with snook as a stream
is located below one of these
lakes that flooded into the lake
after a hurricane. I imagine the
snook must have traveled up
this stream to get away from
the Gulf of Mexico and the
intracoastal.
The problem is the lakes are
on posted private property. I
fished one of these lakes on a
stormy, rainy day but my tackle
was too light for the big snook. I
Only fished for 20 to 30 minutes
before the heavy rain hit but
I hooked two huge fish that I
never saw as each broke my
line.
About six to seven years ago,
we had another tropical storm
and I decided to go bass fishing
in my neighborhood on one of
theponds.Therainincreased
the water depth by a foot. I
noticed swirls all over the place
andatfirstIthoughtitwas
tilapia. However, it was bass of
all sizes that were in a feeding
frenzy. For about 30 to 40 min-
utes, I had a hit on just about
every cast.
I was fishing the Potomac
River near the Chesapeake
Bay with one of my friends on
a rainy day. We were catching
15-inch striped bass one after
another.
Well, fellow Sheepsheadites,
the time has come to say good-
bye until next week.
Mr Sheepshead is Dave Hack.
Contact hirn at 321-8849, 486-
1998 or rnrsheepshead@verizon.
net.


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Lexie Barbee finishes a clean and jerk lift at the seventh annual Mushtok Joel McManamy of the Venice Weightlifting Club finishes his clean and jerk
Open on Sunday at the Gene Whipp Sports Center in Venice. Barbee took first lift in the seventh annual Mushtok Open on Sunday at the Gene Whipp
place in the 105.6 pound weight class. Sports Center. McManamy placed third in the 206.8 pound weight class.
* * *

Venice Weightlifting Club wins six medals


STAFF REPORT

The Venice Weightlifting Club
had six of seven lifters place in
the top three in their respective
weight classes at the seventh
annual Mushtok Open on Sun-
day at the Gene Whipp Sports
Center in Venice.
Picking up first place was
Lexie Barbee and Joe Tucci.
Barbee lifted 55 pounds in the
snatch and 90.2 pounds in
the clean and jerk for a 145.2


pound total in capturing the
105.6 pound weight class.
Tucci, competing in the 123.2
pound weight class, lifted 118.8
pounds in the snatch and 167.2
in the clean and jerk for a 286
pound total.
Grabbing second place were
Lauren Thomas in the 116.6
pound weight class, Parker Bills
in the 136.4 pound class and
Sam Ball in the 123.2 pound
class.
Thomas lifted 88 pounds in


the snatch and 132 pounds
in the clean and jerk for a 220
pound total. Bills, who placed
second in the Class 2A state
weightlifting meet, lifted 198
pounds in the snatch and 231
pounds in the clean and jerk
for a 429 pound total. Ball lifted
74.8 pounds in the snatch and
99 pounds in the clean and jerk
for a 173.8 pound total.
Joel McManamy grabbed a
third-place medal in the 206.8
pound weight class after lifting


171.6 pounds in the snatch
and 220 pounds in the clean
and jerk for a 391.6 pound
total.
Just missing out on a medal
was Quinten Raines in the
169.4 pound weight class.
Raines tied for third with 198
pounds in the snatch and 231
pounds in the clean and jerk
for a 358.6 pound total. How-
ever, a lower body weight by
his opponent lowered him to
fourth place.


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being recruited by Harvard University,
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nonprofit organization with a mission
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sportsmanship and instill a lifelong com-
mitment to a healthful lifestyle and serv-
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MUSHTOK OPEN


SPORTS BRIEFS


ROWING SARASOTA CREW


VHS football
scrimmage on Friday
The Venice High varsity
football team will hold a scrim-
mage against their junior
varsity squad at 7 p.m., Friday
at Powell-Davis Stadium.
Before the game, the team
will honor long-time supporter
Jack Dundas.
Admission is free.
The Indians open the season
on Aug. 27 with a home game
against Gainesville High in the
annual Kickoff Classic. The
regular season begins on Sept. 3
at Lakeland High.

Florida VeteranS
semi-pro football
hold ing sig n-u pS
The Florida Veterans semi-
pro football team of North Port
will hold sign-ups the next two
Sunday (Aug. 22 and 29) from
1 to 3 p.m. at Perkins Restau-
rant in North Port.
The restaurant is located at

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FROM SARASOTA CREW
Pine View School junior McKayla Taaffe
captured a national title in the junior
quad in July at the U.S. Rowing Club
National Championships in Oak Ridge,
Tenn.
The 16-year-old also grabbed a gold
medal in the Junior B quad race in the
Independence Day Regatta in Philadel-
phia over the summer. Taaffe was invited
for the second year in a row to attend an
invitation-only summer rowing program
for top junior rowers in the country in
New London, Conn., called the U.S. Row-
ing Junior National Team Sculling Devel-
opment Program.
Another Pine View student, Ryan
Anderson, who will be a senior, attended
the four-week U.S. Rowing Junior Men's
Development Camp in Pittsburgh, Pa.,
in June and July. Anderson, 17, was one
of only 35 young men from across the
country to be invited to attend this pres-
tigious training program. He is currently





WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 2010


SUN NEWSPAPERS 1~1A


In the 14-and-under division, the
team of Megan Canevari and Gen
Beaumier garnered a third-place medal.
The pair also won the points title for
Florida to pick up a trophy in their age
division.
The Jellys dominated the 12-and-
under and 14-and-under divisions all
season.
Both teams qualify for the National
USAV Championships on Aug. 22 on Fort
Lauderdale Beach.
In the 14-and-under division, the
team of Ashley Allmer and Jackie Dinen-
berg took fifth place in the open playoff
bracket.
In the 12-and-under division, Alli
Allmer, 11, and Paige Canevari, 9, placed
second in the club bracket.


STAFF REPORT
The Venice Beach Jellys had three
teams finish in the top five, includ-
ing one first-place in the open playoff
bracket of their respective age divisions
at the USAV-Florida Regional Champion-
ships in Fort Lauderdale as part of the
Dig the Beach Junior Series.
In the 12-and-under division, Court-
ney Krause and Hannah Richards
grabbed first place in the open playoff
bracket, which is the highest bracket.
The duo also won the points title for
Florida to bring home a trophy. This
team has won every 12s tournament
it entered this season and also placed
third twice in 14-and-under tourna-
ments.


Venice Beach Jellys'Gen Beaumier, left,
and Megan Canevari show off their overall
points trophy and third-place medals they
won in the 14-and-under age division at the
USAV-Florida Regional Championship in Fort
Lauderdale.


Venice Beach Jellys'Courtney Krause, left, and
Hannah Richards pose with their overall point-
total trophy and gold medals after winning
the USAV-Florida Regional Championships on
Fort Lauderdale Beach.


from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday
at Pineapples Restaurant and
Sports Bar, 133 South Tamiami
Trail on the island.
Cost of lunch is $10 and
doors open at 11:45 a.m.
Meetings will feature film
highlights and commentary
about the previous week's
game as well as scouting
reports on future opponents
from VHS head football
coach John Peacock and
defensive coordinator Larry
Shannon.
Awards will presented to the
offensive and defensive play-
ers of the game and the Rudy
Award for practice player of
the week.
Meeting will be held every
Tuesday following the Kick-
off Classic on Aug. 27 against
Gainesville High and run
throughout the regular season
and playoffs.
Sponsors include Darby
Buick-Pontiac-GMC; Babe's
Ace Hardware and Porter
Paint, and TIB Bank.
Venice opens the regular
season on the road at Lakeland
High on Sept. 3.
For more information, call
Mickey Lawrence at TIB Bank
at 244-1006 or visit www.venice


indianfootball.org.

Golf Scholarship
Benefit Tournament
set for Sept. 18
The Venice Area Board of
Realtors is holding its an-
nual Golf Scholarship Benefit
Tournament on Sept. 18 at The
Plantation Golf and Country
Club in Venice.
Registration begins at 7:30
a.m. with a shotgun start at
8:30 p.m.
Adults cost is $75 and
includes breakfast, lunch and
unlimited beverages. High
school students may play for
$50.
Last school year, the board
awarded $12,500 in scholar-
ships.
For more information, call
484-0614.

VLL board election
meeting Sept. 7
Venice Little League will
be holding a board election
meeting at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 7
at Chuck Reiter Complex in
Venice.
Anyone interested in joining
the VLL board should submit a


letter to info@venicelittle
league.com or VLL, P.O. Box
2154, Venice FL 34284. Letters
must be received by Sept. 4.

VHS looking for
freshmen for
9irls basketball
Any incoming freshman
at Venice High interested in
playing girls basketball should
contactVHS head coach John
Flynn at 232-6704.

YMCA holding
registration for
fall outh sortS
The South County Family
YMCA in Venice is holding
registration for its fall youth
sports programs such as soc-
cer, T-ball, coach-pitch base-
ball and girls volleyball.
Sign-up at the Y front desk,
700 Center RoadVenice, or
online at www.veniceymca.
com.
Soccer is open to players
ages 4-18, who will be joining
the Venice Area Youth Soccer
Association.
T-ball is open for children
ages 4 and 5 while coach-pitch
baseball is for ages 6-8.


Girls volleyball is open to
girls in grades three-eight.
Practices begin the week of
Sept. 13 and games start the
week of Sept. 20.
For more information, callY
sports director Gary Smith at
492-9622, ext. 158.

Learn to Sail class
scheduled for
Se t. 13-17
The Venice Women's Sailing
Squadron, better known as the
Bitter Ends, is holding a Learn
to sail course from Sept. 13-17
on Roberts Bay.
The VWSS is part of the
Florida Women's Sailing Asso-
ciation, which is composed of
10 women's sailing groups on
Florida's west coast. Venice is
the southern most club while
Dunedin is the farthest club
north.
The active sailing season
runs from September through
May with members racing
every Wednesday morning on
Roberts Bay.
For more information, call
Helen Gokbudak at 484-1492
or Judy Karr at 485-4143. Visit
the Web site at www.bitter
endsvenice.com.


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the corner of U.S. 41 and South
Salford Boulevard.
Individuals must be 18 or
older; tryout information will
be available at sign-up.
Sign-up fee is $25.
The Veterans are a profes-
sional organization seeking
mature, coachable, talented
athletes who are team players
and community oriented.
For more information, call
coach Wayne Gile at 815-8379
or e-mail floridaveteransfoot
ball@hotmail.com or visit
www.floridaveteransfootball.
com.
T-shirts and shorts will be
distributed at tryouts.

Line backer/
Touchdown Club
meetings start Aug. 31
The Linebacker Club and
Touchdown Club will hold
their combined meetings for
the upcoming Venice High
football season beginning Aug.
31.
All meetings will be held





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OBITUARIES
Dorothy E. Engelmann

Dorothy E. Engelmann, 90, of Venice, Fla., died
Saturday, Aug. 14, 2010.
Survivors include daughters Pat Giacin of St. Louis,
Mo., and Debbie Krikorian of Georgia; son-in-law
Ron Krikorian and grandchildren Tyler and Abby
Krikorian, all of Georgia. She was preceded in death
by her husband, William E. Engelmann.
Dorothy was a volunteer for both the Elephant
Trunk and Venice Hospital for 40 years. She was a
member of Venice Presbyterian Church.
Services: Services will be private. Ewing Funeral
Home is in charge of arrangements.
Contributions: Memorial donations may be made
in Dorothy's name to Tidewell Hospice Inc., 5955
Rand Boulevard, Sarasota FL 34238; or Venice Presby-
terian Church, 111 E. Firenze Ave., Venice FL 34285.


WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 2010
Frederick W. Winterbottom
Lt. Col. Frederick W. Winterbottom, 93, of
.*, Venice, Fla., formerly of Gilford, N.H., died
R.*1 Monday, Aug. 9, 2010.
Survivors include his wife, Guennlyn of
Venice; son Robert ofVienna, Va.; daughters
Nancy of Durham, N.H., and Alice of Big Sur, Calif.;
five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Services: A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m.
Thursday, Aug. 19, at Village On The Isle. Burial will
take place at a later date at Arlington National Cem-
etery in Arlington, Va.
Contributions: In lieu of flowers, memorial dona-
tions may be made to Tidewell Hospice Inc., 5955
Rand Blvd., Sarasota FL 34238.


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Sarasota County has
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the Southwest FloridaWa-
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to preview their 2010 pre-
liminary property values
and call 861-8200. Offices
are open Monday through
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bach Park. The award was
presented by the American
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Engineers.
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Ridge Landfill was trans-
formed from a closed land-
fill into an environmentally
conscious, 450-acre passive
outdoor recreation park.
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more than five miles of
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Russell E. Migliore, age 91, died Friday,
Aug. 13, 2010, in Troy, Mich.
He enjoyed spending many winters in
Venice, Fla.
-- He was the beloved husband of Edna
for 67 years; loving father of Diane Car-
nacchi and Barbara Penchoff (Michael);
cherished grandfather of Michele, Chris-
MIGLIORE tine, Matthew, Nicholas and Anthony;
great-grandfather of 10; brother of
Joseph (Stella) and Samuel (Teta), Philip (Katherine)
and Herman. He is also survived by many nieces and
nephews.
Services: Visitation and services were held in
Michigan. A.J. Desmond & Sons Funeral Home was in
charge of arrangements. View his obituary and share
memories at www.DesmondFuneralHome.com.
Contributions: Memorial tributes may be made to
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COUNTY NEWS
NEWS FROM AROUND
SARASOTA COUNTY
Controlled burns
scheduled
The Southwest Florida
Water Management District
willbeconductingcon-
trolled, prescribed burns
during August and Sep-
tember on both the Deer
Prairie Creek Preserve and
neighboring Schewe Tract
Deer Prairie Creek
Preserve, which is jointly
owned and managedbythe
districtandSarasotaCoun-
ty, lies between Interstate
75 and U.S. 41. The Schewe
Tract, which lies north and
south of Interstate 75 just
north of Deer Prairie Creek
is fully owned and man- '
aged by the district.
The controlled burns on
the Deer Prairie Creek and
Scheme parcels, totaling
750 acres, will help protect
the nearby populated areas
of North Port and Warm
Mineral Springs. The areas
willbe burned in small
manageable units. The'
scheduled, managed burns
are a part of routine main-
tenance of lands managed
by the district.
Every effort willbe made
to ensure that smoke
will not affect homes or
highways. However, vehicle
operators should exercise
caution in case smoke does
lead to reduced visibility on
the area's roads or highways.
For more information,
call (352) 796-7211 or (800)
423-1476, ext.4465.

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Cops and kids gather outside Walmart in Venice before the annual Shop With a Cop shopping spree in the store on Aug. 13.


Next stop was the shoe
department, where they
found two pairs of tennis
shoes for $1() a pair.
In the sock depart-
ment, next, they ran into
Jacob Touchton, who was
shopping with Sgt. David
IVyrick.
"I'm shopping with a
bodyguard," Jacob said.
In the next aisle, Sha-
ron Middleton, a civilian
employee in the police
department's records de-
partment, was shopping
with Tyler Bray, 11.
Marine Patrol Officer
Paul Joyce, a friend and
associate of Phillips,
shopped with Seth Bray,
3.
Meanwhile, Phillips
and Robert had found
underwear and T-shirts
and had reached a total
of $8().()7 on Phillips'
calculator.
Robert spied belts.
Phillips wrapped them
around the young man's
waist to check the size
while they discussed
styles, opting finally
for two cloth belts in
gray and blue and one
dressier leather belt.
They found shorts and
long pants but no prices.
Walmart was ready. Em-
ployees with price guns
were at hand to check
prices on the spot. Barb
Stevenson said the pants
were $11, $13 and $7
each. Into the cart they
went as Phillips wrote
the items and prices


By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR
Friday morning, Aug.
13, cops and kids invad-
ed the Venice Walmart.
The occasion was the
15th annual Shop With a
Cop back-to-school pro-
gram for disadvantaged
children in the Venice
area. Organized by the
Venice chapter of the
Fraternal Order of Pohce,
the event results as much
in new friendships as
it does in new school
clothes and supplies for
the children involved.
The event began at the
Venice Police Depart-
ment, where the children
ate McDonald's breakfast
sandwiches in the police
break room. They met
Police Chief Julie Wil-
liams and received new
backpacks before being
paired up with officers
or civilian employees
of the department for
their shopping spree,
lunch at Gianni's Pizza,
ice cream at Bressler's
and their return to the
Salvation Army to meet
up with their parents to
carry home all their new
clothes and school sup-
plies.
By 10 a.m. a police
motorcade cruised down
Jacaranda Boulevard
toward Walmart, where
the drivers turned on the
flashing lights as they
pulled into the park-
ing lot for the two-hour


SUN PHOTOS BY KIM COOL


Robert Brown and Patrol officer Phil R. Phillips shop for school clothes and supplies at the Venice


down on his list.
Earphones were next
on the list, so the shop-
pers headed for the
electronics department
and checked prices and
styles, settling on the
moderately priced $4.88
pair.
Phillips totalled the
purchases again -
$159.95.
How about a jacket in
case we have another
cold winter?
Walmart did not have
many in stock this early
in the season, but these
crack shoppers found
two at $12 each. The total
was up to $214.82 with
only school supplies left
to purchase.
"If there is money left,
we can buy an alarm
clock or maybe a wrist-
watch," Phillips said.
Since they were
shopping on one of the
state's tax-free days and
Walmart had rolled back


prices on school sup-
plies, the odds that Rob-
ert would have a watch
were looking good.
Crayola crayons were
25 cents per box. Spiral
notebooks were 15 cents
each. Scissors were $1.5().
Robert found a lunch box
for $6.5().
"I pack my own lunch,"
he said. "Oh my God, this
is so cool."
Into the nearly filled
cart went multiplication
flash cards, washable
colored markers, binders,
a calculator and some
Puffs tissues.
Armed with enough
school supplies for the
entire year and some
crayons for his younger
sister, it seemed likely
that Robert would have a
watch and a clock and
a hat.
Spying a straw hat that
might be worn by a fish-
erman, Phillips popped
one on Robert's head and


another on his own head.
"We're just being silly,"
he said, removing those
hats and heading for the
baseball cap department,
where Robert found an
Iron Man hat before the
team headed off to the
jewelry department for a
black diver's-style watch
and to electronics for a
clock radio.
En route, they ran into
Keith Quick, the police
officer who will run the
Shop With a Cop pro-
gram beginning next year
because longtime orga-
nizer Aker is retiring.
Quick, a Lemon Bay
High School graduate
in the class of 2004, said
he had found his calling
with the department and
was happy to become
involved with this back-
to-school event.
"It's a good program,
he said.

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meet up again at noon
near the checkout area.
Patrol Officer Phil R.
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student Robert Brown, 9.
Phillips gave Robert three
$1()() bills to hold for a
moment before they took
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"We're going to spend
it all," Phillips said.
This veteran shopper
came armed with a note
pad and calculator to
make sure he got closer
to the $3()() goal than
anyone else, something
he said he has consis-
tently done over the
years.
First stop was the bi-
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Robert went directly to a
khaki-green helmet, pop-
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his head.
"You want to be able to
fit two fingers under the
chin strap," Phillips said.
Robert slid two fingers
under the strap.
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Into the shopping cart.
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FROM HABITAT FOR HUMANITY

M. Stephen Long
Jr., of Long, Sparma &
Long, a wealth manage-
ment advisory team
with Merrill Lynch, was
recently named to the
board of Habitat for
Humanity South Sara-
sata County Inc.
A native of Florida,
Long was raised in
Venice and is a 1996


graduate of Venice High
School.
He received his
bachelor's degree from
Florida State University.
Long and his wife, Me-
lissa, have a young son,
Roscoe.
"The Habitat concept
of providing a hand up,
not a hand out, struck
me as a successful busi-
ness model," Long said
when asked about his


interest in the organiza-
tion.
"The partner families
purchase the house,
make monthly mort-
gage payments, attend
classes on home owner-
ship, budgeting and
credit management,
and are accountable
for maintaining their
homes. Habitat gives
me perspective and al-
lows me to help change


the future of families in
need and to give their
children a fair chance
for a life of hope.
"We are very pleased
to have Stephen on our
Board and look forward
to the insights he can
bring from having first
hand knowledge of the
South County area'
said Judith Wilcox,
Habitat South executive
director.


PHOTO COURTESY OF HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
M.Stephen Long Jr.' was recently named to serve on the board
of Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County Inc.


FROM ASOLO
REPERTORY THEATRE
Asolo Repertory
Theatre will begin us-
ing leading edge smart
phone technology,
Microsoft Tags, to engage
patrons. The theatre
joins other Sarasota com-
panies and non-profits to
participate in TagsRQ, an
area economic develop-
ment initiative designed
to drive new business via
mobile phones.
"Asolo Rep is already
on the leading edge ar-
tistically. It's only natural
that we're embracing this
new technology to find
creative ways to engage
our audience and reach
new customers. Last
year we expanded our
use of social media tools


With Facebook, Twitter
and YouTube, and we
updated our Web site to
reflect the quality of our
work and offer patrons a
more compelling online
experience," said Asolo
Rep Marketing Director
Darcy Ballew.
Look for Asolo Rep
Tags on posters, bro-
chures and virtually all
of its printed materials.
Smart phone users can
scan a Tag by using the
free Tag Reader appli-
cation on their phone,
which will automati-
cally open the Web page,
display a message or dial
a number. There's no
URL to type or SMS mes-
sage to send. Use Tags to
receive discounts, watch
videos and access season
information, or even buy


tickets.
Smart phone users
may download a free
reader at www.GetTag.
mobi, follow the direc-
tions and scan the at-
tached tag to view Asolo
Rep's video introduction
to Tags.
Asolo Repertory The-
atre is Florida's premier
professional theatre and
one of the most impor-
tant cultural forces in
the Southeastern United
States. As a center for
theatrical excellence,
Asolo Rep crafts the
highest quality produc-
tions of classical, con-
temporary and newly
commissioned work all
performed in the rarest
form of rotating reper-
tory.
Featuring an accom-


polished resident com-
pany complemented
by distinguished guest
artists Asolo Rep offers
audiences a unique and
dynamic theatre experi-
ence. Under the leader-
ship of Producing Artistic
Director Michael Donald
Edwards and Managing
Director Linda DiGa-
briele, this world-class
institution has taken
bold steps toward the
future, building land-
mark partnerships and
collaborations which
will add to its success for
generations to come. For
more information, go to
www.asolorep.org.

About Ta sSRQ
TagsSRQ was intro-
duced in Sarasota by


Lakewood Ranch Com-
munities. The program
uses Microsoft's Tag
technology to help drive
new business to Sarasota
companies via mobile
phones. As more and
more people rely on
their smart phones to
guide them through a
city and tell them where
to go, Tags will act as
bread crumbs that give
them more information
about where they are
and guide their choices.
TagsSRQ creates a tech
tour of Sarasota, linking
the digital world and the
physical world. For more
information, go to www.
Tagsrq.com.

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Microsoft markets Tags


as a next-generation,
new and improved
solution to QR codes
technology. In basic
terms, a Tag is like a
bar code that a mobile
phone can scan. Tags
engage smart phone
users who use a free
Tag Reader application
to automatically click
on the Tags for instant
access to information
and Web sites, and
to download videos,
special promotions and
more.
The Tag Reader ap-
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major phone platforms
and users can instantly
download the app from
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WEDNESDAY, AUG. 18
Food giveaway
Time: 2-5 p.m.

titWhen:CLauind Associ -
Notes: free USDA com-
modities for eligible Sarasota
County residents
Call: 483-3338

United Way Day
at Crow's Nest
Time: 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.
Where: Crow's Nest Marina
Restaurant, 1968 Tarpon Cen-
ter Drive, Venice
Notes: The restaurant will
hold a Dine Out Day for
United Way when 10 percent
of sales will go to United Way
of South Sarasota County. The
restaurant and staff will also
donate a portion of their tips
and wages to help the United
Way fund more than 25 health
and human services agencies
in the area.
Call: 484-9551

Peer referral
counseling
Time: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Women's Resource
Center, 701 Center Road,
Venice
Notes: Peer counseling is
available with a volunteer peer
referral counselor who is a
trained listener in a confiden-
tial, nonjudgmental environ-
ment. Referrals may be made
to WRC services and other
community resources.
Cost: $5 donation requested
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org

Career counseling
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Where: Women's Resource
Center, 701 Center Road,
Venice
Notes: Career adviser Ania
Morris offers one-on-one
appointments to help with
employment resources.
Cost: $5 members; $8 non-
members
Call: 485-9724
Link: www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org

KiwaniS
Time: 11:45 a.m.-1 p.m.
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E.Ven-
iceAve.,Venice
Notes: Visitors and out-of-
town Kiwanians are warmly
welcomed.
Cost: $10
Call: Beverly Miller, 484-7394

Ru n n in g g rou p
Time: 6 a.m.
Where: Meet at Centennial
Park, near Gazebo, downtown
Venice
Notes: People of all ages,
paces and distances are
welcome. The group meets
every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. Run-walkers are also
welcome. No cost.
Call: Tuula, 488-5688

Watercolors with
Walter
Time: 10 a.m.-noon
Where:Woodmere Park, 3951
Woodrnere Park Blvd., Venice

Call: 861-5000

Venice Archives
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Mon-
day, Tuesday and Wednesday
Where: Historic Triangle Inn,
351 S. Nassau St., Venice
Notes: Open to the public for


for all children with cancer.
Patrons who download a flier
from Alex's Web site and pres-
ent it Aug. 19 will have up to 15
percent of their bill donated to
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Link: www.alexslemonade.
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U.S. Constitution
classes
Dates/time: Thursdays, Aug,
19, 26 and Sept. 2; 6-7:45 p.m.
Where: Venice Public Library,
300 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: All materials are pro-
vided, including a copy of the
constitution.
Cost: $5
Call: Carole Holland, 923-
3477
Link: caroleazus@yahoo.com

Trivia
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Notes: Reservations sug-
gested during season
Where: Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discovery Way
Nokomis
Cost: $1
Call: 486-1854

Table tennis
Time: 1-3 p.m.
Where: Woodmere Park, 3951
Woodmere Park Blvd., Venice
Notes: Drop in on Thursdays
and play table tennis. Bring
your own equipment.
Cost: $2
Call: Wendy Mages, 486-2780

Line-dance classes
Time: 11 a.m.-noon
Where: Nokomis Commu-
nity Center, 234 East Nippino
Trail, Nokomis
Cost: $5 per class
Call: 861-5000

Hula class
Time: 10-11 a.m.
Where: Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 800 South Tamiami
Trall, Venice
Call: 488-3009

Karaoke
Time: 7-10 p.m.
Where: Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post No. 8118, 832 E.
Venice Ave., Venice
Call: 486-8551

Club food
Time: 5-7:30 p.m.
Where: Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discovery Way
Nokomis
Call: 486-1854

Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E. Ven-
ice Ave., Venice

Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: Eagles Aerie, 621 East
Colonial Lane, Nokomis
Call: 484-4470

Jewelry classes
Time: 6-8 p.m.
Where: ErlenBach Studio,
207 Nokomis Ave., Venice
Call: 227-4335

Guitar lessons
Time: 4, 5 and 6 p.m.
Where: Troll Music, 513 E.
Venice Ave., Venice

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by Greg Byler.
Cost: $8 per hour
Call: 496-4398
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Ed Winddancer, local Native American, performed for Loveland Center residents Aug. 10 and will perform for


the Venice Archives and Area
Historical Collection. Personal
research may be arranged by
calling James Hagler, director.
Call: 486-2487

Q|ub food
Time: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Where: Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discovery Way,
Nokomis
Notes: Menu varies weekly.
Drive-up available. Authen-
tic smoked meats available
Wednesday and Friday in park-
ing lot.
Cost: Prices range from $5-
$12
Call: 486-1854

gingO
Time: 6-8:30 p.m.
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E.Ven-
ice Ave., Venice
Call: 488-1157

Euchre, bridge
Time: 6-7:45 p.m.
Where: Jacaranda Library,
4 Woodmere Park Blvd.,

Call: 861-5000

Duplicate bridge
fOf DOVICOS
Time: 9 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is a friendly


introduction to competitive
bridge for those with less than
200 masterpoints.
Cost: $7
Call: 484-9086
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net

Bridge class
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: Class is for advanced
players who want to improve
their skills.
Call: 485-8366 or 497-0353
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net

Duplicate bridge
Time: 1-4:30 p.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is friendly and
competitive bridge for play-
ers of all ages, sanctioned by
the American Contract Bridge
League.
cost: $7
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net


Marines meet
Time: 11:45 a.m.
Where: Family Table Res-
tau nt 4h1 rSouthTamiami

Notes: Southwest Florida
Chapter of the 1st Marine Divi-
sion will meet. All Marines and
guests are welcome.
Call: 697-1870, Red French


MARI( YOUR CALENDAR


Time: 7-10 p.m.
Where: Eagles Aerie, 621 East
Colonial Lane, Nokomis
Call: 484-4470

Shuffleboard
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Where: Hecksher Park, 450
W. Venice Ave., Venice
Cost: $1 nonmembers; free
to members
Call: Bill, 586-5889

Safe-driving school
Time: Call for appointment
Where: Village On The Isle,
Venice HealthPark or Senior
Friendship Centers, Venice
Notes: Choose from among
three places to attend the
AARP safe driving school. Call
for information.
Call: Bill, 475-6925, or AARP
(800) 687-2777


THU RS DAY, AU G. 19
Alex's Lemonade
Stand fundraiser
Time: 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Where: Applebee's restau-

c4329SouthTamiamiTrail,
Notes: Applebee's is joining
the lemonade stand fundraiser
started in 2000 by 4-year-old
Alexandra Scott (1996-2004) to
raise money to help find a cure


SATURDAY, AUG. 21
'Ham It Up' fundraiser
Time: 5:30 p.m.
Where: Knights of Columbus, 512
Substation Road, Venice
Notes: This will be a fundraising ham
dinner with proceeds earmarked for
the Pregnancy Care Center of Venice.
Cost: $10
Call: 488-0672


WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25

Big Brothers Big Sisters talk
Time: 1-2 p.m.
Where: BBBS of the Sun Coast, 101 W.
Venice Ave., Suite 34, Venice
Notes: Big Brothers Big Sisters of the
Sun Coast will hold an informational
session for those interested in becom-
ing a volunteer/mentor to a child age
6-18.
Call: 488-4009


FRIDAY, AUG. 27

Spaghetti dinner
Time: 5-7 p.m.
Where: The Salvation Army, 1051
Albee Farm Road, Venice
Notes: The public is invited to this
all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner. The
proceeds will benefit youth programs at
the church.
Cost: $5
Call: 484-6227


SATURDAY, AUG. 28
Arts and crafts showlsale
Time: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
Where: Venice Community Center,
326 South Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: Several vendors will sell their
wares. Lunch will be served in the icy
cold air conditioned building
Event is presented by Sarasota County
Parks and Recreation.
Call: 861-1380


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able. Square dance attire is not
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cost: ss
Call: 4()8-2627

Submarine
veterans luncheon
Time: noon
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E.Ven-
ice Ave., Venice
Notes: The U.S. Submarine
veterans, Sailfish Base, meet
monthly.
Call: Jack McAllister, 493-
7488


Guys & Gals cardS
Time: 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Where: Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discoverylvay,
Nokomis
Notes: BPO DOES, Drove
No. 141 meet and play cards.
Refreshments served; prizes
awarded.
Cost: $5
Call: 497-1924

Fraternal Order
of Police
Time: 6 p.m.
Where: 540 Seaboard Ave.,
Vemce
Notes: Group meets every
third Thursday of the month.
Membership is open to all ac-
tive and retired law officers.
Call: Jim Kilduff, 488-5949


Where: Jacaranda Public
Library, 41431Voodmere Park
Blvd., Venice
Call: 861-127()

Club food
Time: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; 5-7:3()
p.m.
Where: Venice-Nokomis Elks
Lodge, 1021 Discoverylvay,
Nokomis
Notes: Menu varies weekly.
Fish fry every Friday. Evening
dinner is followed by dancing.
Cost: $5-$12
Call: 486-1854

Time: 5-8 p.m.
where: Eagles Aerie, 621 East
Colonial Lane, Nokomis
Call: 484-4470

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Dinner-dance
Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: American Legion
NO-VEL Post 159, 1770 E. Ven-
ice Ave., Venice
Call: 488-1157

Sunset sing-along
Time: One hour before
sunset
Where: Venice Beach, near
lifeguard station
Notes: Bring a chair
Call: 493-0775
Link: www.newlifevenicefl.
org


FROM THE COMMUNITY
FOUNDATION OF
SARASOTA COUNTY
The fiscal year that
ended June 1, 2010, was
a milestone in the more
than 30-year history of the
Community Foundation
of Sarasota County. A total
of 563 scholarships valued
at $1,116,842 and 1,801
grants in the amount of
$9,663,681 added up to
$10,780,523 in awards.
Since 1987, the year
of the foundation's first
significant grant making,
more than $82 million in
grants and scholarships
have been awarded to
support education, civic
engagement, the arts and
culture, health, human
services, animal welfare
and the environment.


Thanks to the enor-
MOUS and continuing
g6HOTOSity of our donors
and the well-established
model of permanent
endowment that our
community foundation
is founded upon, we
were able to invest more
dollars than ever in non-
profits and scholarship
students this year, said
Wendy Hopkins, vice
president of grant and
program services.
These grants are as
varied as our donors' in-
terests and make an im-
pact on many important
causes.1Vith so many
agencies and individuals
suffering from the reces-
sion, we are thrilled to be
able to partner with our
donors to leverage grants


and scholarships that re-
ally make a difference.
For example, Senior
Friendship Centers
received a grant in No-
vember 2009 from the
Kathleen K. Catlin Fund
for $10,000 for holiday
needs for clients. Grant
funds were used to
purchase 500 Publix food
cards and also helped
match funds to provide
meals to about 765
people.
The Animal Rescue
Coalition received a
grant from the Nor-
man and Phyllis Siskel
Donor Advised Fund for
$5,625 in January 2010
for Buddy's Feral Cat
Program. This grant al-
lowed for 756 animals to
be spayed and neutered


and another 310 feral
cats to be treated. The
significance of this grant
is measured in the fact
that one female cat and
her offspring could po-
tentially produce 420,000
kittens over seven years.
In another example,
the Asolo Rep was able
to hire a development
director to enhance their
fundraising capabilities
thanks to a $48,500 grant
from the Community
Foundation.1Vith its
long-standing commit-
ment to education, the
Foundation granted
$775,717 to continue
the third year of Literacy
Empowers All Families, a
program that so far has
received more than $2
million. LEAF connects


the dots for families,
children, teachers and
schools by funding
reading and literacy
programs from birth
through middle school.
One successful ele-
ment of LEAF is the
Dolly Parton Imagina-
tion Library. More than
1,900 children ages 0 to
5, living in designated
ZIP codes, are enrolled
with the Sarasota County
Libraries to receive a free
book from the Dolly Par-
ton Foundation in their
home each month. As
a result, these children
have increased their
vocabularies, enjoy more
family time together and
recognize more letters
and sounds.
These are just a few


illustrations of the ways
the Community Founda-
tion leads to strengthen
agencies, nonprofits and
charities with a wide
range of missions that
align with donor intent.
Grants and scholarships
are made possible by
the foundation's corpus
of more than 750 funds,
including 64 individual
scholarship funds that
help traditional students
and adult learners reach
their goals of higher
education. The Manatee
Community Founda-
tion and the Lakewood
Ranch Community Fund
are also included in the
foundation's structure.
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Rotary
Time: noon-1 p.m.
Where: Venice Yacht Club,
1330 Tarpon Center Drive,
Venice
Call: 493-0390
Link: www.venicenokomis
rotary.org

Aerobic Walking Club
Time: 5:45-7 p.m.
Where: T. Mabry Carlton
Reserve, 1800 Mabry Carlton
Parkway, Venice
Notes: Members of the Aero-
biclValking Club walk at Carl-
ton Reserve, led by a ranger.
Meet at the pavilion.
Call: 486-2547

Duplicate bridge
Time: 1-4:30 p.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is friendly and
competitive bridge for play-
ers of all ages, sanctioned by
the American Contract Bridge
League.
Cost: $7
Call:485-8366
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net

Square dancing
Time: 2-4 p.m.
Where: Jacaranda Trace,
3730 Cadbury Circle, Venice
Notes: Dancing is at All
A2 workshop level. Caller is


Kayaking tours
Time: 5:3()-8:3() p.m. every
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Where: Blackburn Point to
Midnight Pass and return
Notes: Kayaks and gear
included. Reservations are
required.
Cost: $30
Call: Terry Brawley, 960-5505

Shuffle board
Time: 9-11 a.m. Friday
Where: Hecksher Park, 450
TV. Venice Ave., Venice
Cost: $1 nonmembers; free
to members
Call: Bill, 586-5889

Duplicate bridge
Time: 1-4:30 p.m.
TVhere: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is friendly and
competitive bridge for play-
ers of all ages, sanctioned by
the American Contract Bridge
League.
Cost: $7
Call: 485-8366
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net

Bridge class
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41
Bypass, Venice
Notes: Class is for advanced
players who want to learn to
follow through.
Call: 485-8366 or 497-0353
Link: www.bridgebuddy.net


Third Thursday StrO||
Time: 5:3()-8 p.m.
Where: Downtown Venice
shops
Notes: Stroll the avenues,
visit shops and listen to vari-
ous street musicians.
Call: 484-6722


FRIDAY, AUG. 20
French Club
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: Venice Public Library'
300 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice
Notes: Basic knowledge of
French is required.
Call: 485-3985

Running group
Time: 6 a.m.
Where: Meet at Centennial
Park, near Gazebo, downtown
Venice
Notes: People of all ages,
paces and distances are
welcome. The group meets
every Monday,1Vednesday and
Friday. Run/walkers are also
welcome. No cost.
Call: Tuula, 488-5688

Food distribution
Time: 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
where: Habitat ReStore, 1400
Ogden Road, Venice

Computer questionS
Time: 1:30-2:30 p.m.


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FROM COMMUNITY FOUNDA-
TIONOF SARASOTA COUNTY

An online grant appli-
cation is now available
at www.CFSarasota.org
for charitable organiza-
tions to apply for the
2010 BOOST grants.
This 2010 BOOST
cycle of $500,000
represents the second
year of a 2009 initiative
that focuses on build-
ing capacity across the
nonprofit sector with a
goal of elevating non-
profit management and
business practices to


the next level of perfor-
mance.
BOOST grants encour-
age organizations to
examine their business
practices and make
changes as necessary
in order to survive and
thrive.
The BOOST applica-
tion is open to all 501(c)
(3) nonprofit organiza-
tions in various fields,
including the arts,
culture and humanities;
health; human services;
animal welfare; environ-
ment; education; and
civic engagement.


In 2009, the founda-
tion awarded $831,802
in grant dollars to help
30 nonprofits sustain
core services essential to
their missions. BOOST
2010 is a continuation
of this commitment to
bolster the operations of
our community's valu-
able charitable agencies.
"We want to help our
nonprofit partners focus
on improving their busi-
ness models and de-
livery of core services,"
said Wendy Hopkins,
vice president of grant
and program services for


the foundation.
"This can mean, but
is certainly not limited
to, hiring and/or retain-
ing key staff; providing
specialized training nec-
essary to keep accredita-
tion or other standards;
buying software to sim-
plify billing or increase
revenue; increasing
volunteer opportunities,
building a stronger do-
nor base or purchasing
key equipment."
Priority will be given
to those organizations
that were not recipients
of a 2009 BOOST grant.


Organizations that pres-
ent an application dem-
onstrating collaboration
or partnership with
another agency will also
receive high priority. The
maximum grant amount
is $25,000.
The Community
Foundation of Sarasota
County is a public char-
ity founded in 1979 by
the Southwest Florida
Estate Planning Coun-
cil as a bridge between
caring individuals and
the causes they support,
enabling them to make
a charitable impact on


the community. The
Nonprofit Resource
Center of the Com-
munity Foundation is
the resource nonprofit
organizations trust to
provide services, train-
ing and consultation
that enables them to
fulfill their missions.
Since 1987, the foun-
dation has awarded $82
million in grants and
scholarships. Assets are
approximately $173 mil-
lion.
For more information,
go to www.CFSarasota.
org.


FROM THE FLORIDA DEPART-
MENT OF EDUCATION

The Florida Depart-
ment of Education (DOE)
is proud to announce a
new partnership with
two of Florida's National
Football League (NFL)
teams to offer discounted
ticket prices for all public
school and district per-
sonnel (pre-kindergarten
- 12th grade) across the
state. Through this part-
nership, the Jacksonville
Jaguars and Miami Dol-
phins each have single-


game discount tickets
RVailable for education
employees who make
a difference in Florida's
classrooms.
"I'm thrilled to work
alongside the Jags and
the Dolphins to reward
the hard-working mem-
bers of our public educa-
tion system, and I'm
grateful to these teams
for their generosity and
support of our schools,"
said Education Commis-
sioner Dr. Eric J. Smith,
"Just like in football,
there is an enormous


amount of planning and
work to prepare for the
new year, and I'm hope-
ful that these discounted
tickets will allow our
dedicated school and
district employees to
balance out those efforts
with some tremendous
entertainment opportu-
nities."
For some available
games, employees will
see as much as 30 per-
cent in savings compared
to regular ticket prices.
Employees may also
contact the NFL team


representatives directly if
interested in purchasing
single game tickets for
the upcoming football
season.
Jacksonville Jaguars,
Seth Parise: parishes@
mail.jaguars.com; (904)
633-4670
Miami Dolphins,
Sarah Gattusa: SGattu-
so@dolphins.com; (305)
943-6661
"We certainly under-
stand the importance of
education, which is one
reason we want to say
thank you this season to


all educators in the state
of Florida with a special
discount," said Macky
Weaver, senior vice presi-
dent of sales and market-
ing for the Jaguars. "So
on behalf of the Jaguars,
thank you for all that you
do. We look forward to
seeing you at the game."
"We are pleased to
extend this Dolphins
special offer to our
Florida educators,"
said Adam Grossman,
senior vice president
of public affairs. "This
program complements


the Dolphins Most Valu-
able Readers program
which promotes literacy
throughout the state of
Florida. We are proud to
support the incredible
work teachers do each
and every day in class-
rooms."
More information
about the discounts,
including specific details
about single game offers
can be found on the Just
for Teachers Web site
at www.fldoe.org/just-
forteachers/discounts.
asp.


FROM GIRLS INCORPORATED
Florida Coca-Cola En-
terprises of Sarasota held
a back-to-school supply
drive at its facility the
week of Aug. 9-13.
Donations from the
company's 101 employ-
ees were distributed to
more than 250 girls of
Girls Incorporated, and
more than $500 worth of
supphes were dropped
off Aug. 13 at Girls Incor-
porated.
Florida Coca-Cola
Enterprises of Sarasota


IS a community partner
with Girls Incorporated.
The company helps sup-
port Girls Incorporated's
mission.
Girls Incorporated of
Sarasota County is dedi-
cated to "inspiring all
girls to be strong, smart
and bold" and fulfills its
mission of empower-
ing girls aged six and
up to be self-confident,
responsible and well-
rounded individuals
by delivering research-
based, age-appropriate,
after-school and summer


educational and sports
programs.
In the past two years,
Girls Incorporated has
served more than 2,000
girls at its facility and
throughout the Sarasota
County school System.
Dedicated in 1976, Girls
Incorporated of Sarasota
County recently celebrat-
ed 30 years of service to
the community
For more information
about Girls Incorporated,
contact Kay Mathers at
366-6646, ext. 207, or
Kay@girlsincsrq.org.


General education
teachers who teach pre-
kindergarten through
12th grade in Florida are
encouraged to apply for
Florida Agriculture in the
Classroom Inc.'s 2010-11
Teacher Grant program.
The deadline for appli-
cations is Oct. 1. The ap-
plication and guidelines
are on the organization's
Web site, www.agtag.org.

MILI TA RY NE WS
Todd C. Freischlag has
been promoted to the
rank of commander in
the U.S. Navy.
The new commander
also recently gradu-
ated from the U.S. Naval
College in Newport
News, R.I., and has been
selected for a command
assignment. At gradu-
ation, he received Joint
Professionalism Military
Education credit and
earned a master's degree
in national security and
strategic studies.
The college of Naval
War College is a mul-
tidisciplinary program
designed for U.S. Navy


Projects that educate
students about Florida
agriculture are required
and can include school
gardens, alternative grow-
ing system projects and
other agriculture-related
programs. Descriptions
of teacher grant projects
funded in the past can
also be found on FAITC's
Web site.
FAITC is a Gainesville-


based, nonprofit orga-
nization charged with
educating students about
where their food, fiber
and fuel come from and
is funded by sales of the
agriculture specialty
license plate called the
"Ag Tag."
Source: Florida Depart-
ment ofAgriculture and
Consumer Services


and Coast Guard officers
in the grades of captain or
commander; U.S. Ma-
rine Corps, Army and Air
Force officers in the grade
of colonel or lieutenant
colonel; and civilians of
equivalent seniority from
various federal agen-
cies. This senior level
of professional military
education provides stu-
dents with executive-level
preparation for higher
responsibilities as senior
captains/colonels and
flag/general officers.
The college instruction
enhances the professional
capabilities of its students
to make sound decisions


in command and mana-
gerial positions, and to
conduct research leading
to the development of
advanced strategic and
tactical concepts for the
future of employment of
naval forces.
Freischlag is the son of
Jerry A. Freischlag of On-
tario, N.Y., and Mary Lou
Freischlag of Nokomis,
Fla. He is the husband of
Karen B. Freischlag.
He graduated in 1984
from Lewiston-Porter
High School, Youngstown,
N.Y., and received a bach-
elor's degree in 1990 from
San Diego State Univer-
sity, Calif.


Gina Fiorentino, of
Venice, was named to the
dean's list in the college of
sciences, University of Cen-
tral Florida, Orlando, for
the spring 2010 semester.


Conor Murphy, ofVen-
ice, graduated from DePaul
University, Chicago, in
June with a bachelor of arts
degree from the college of
liberal arts and sciences.


Alyssa Hunek, ofVen-
ice, was recently listed on
the honor roll with high
distinction at Southern
Methodist University in
Dallas.


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that meets at 7 p.m. the
second and fourth Tues-
days of each month in
the conference room at
Jacaranda Public Library,
4143 Woodmere Park
Blvd. Call Maria Ludlam
at 492-3424 or e-mail
past.venice.fl@gmail.
com.

Family su pport
Family Support
Group, 6:30-7:30 p.m.,
fourth Wednesday of the
month (Aug. 25), South
County Resource Cen-
ter, 7810 Tamiami Trail.
Free. Contact Wendy
Hernandez at 539-8957
or whernandez@
jfcs-cares.org
Stroke support
Stroke Support Group,
11:30 a.m., fourth
Wednesday of the month
(Aug. 25), Englewood
community Hospital Re-
hab Center in the YMCA
across from the hospital,
701 Medical Blvd. RSVP
to 475-3558.

Parkinson's
support group
This group meets at 4
p.m. the fourth Wednes-
day of every month at
Aston Gardens, 1000
Aston Gardens Drive,
venice. Questions? call
Karla Koenig, 485-4887.

Recovery support
Relapse Prevention
and Recovery Support
group, 6 p.m., fourth
Thursday of the month
(Aug. 26), Home Detox
Inc. at 530 South U.S.
41 Bypass, Unit 12B, in
Brickyard Plaza. Led by
Sharon R. Mays-Tremain.
Call 412-3869 or visit
homedetoxinc.com.

Bereavement

TheBeerao pent
Support Group meets
3-4 p.m., the second
and fourth Thursdays
of the month in the Ad-
ministrative Conference


Room at Englewood
Community Hospital,
700 Medical Blvd. Call
697-0783.

Ostomy
support group
The next Venice
ostomy support group
meeting will be held at
1:30 p.m. Wednesday,
Sept. 15 (third Wednes-
day of the month), in the
Venice HealthPark, 1201
Jacaranda Blvd., Suite
1283. For more informa-
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Patients is always looking
to train new counselors.
For more information,
call 584-0051.


TOPS
Taking Off Pounds Sen-
sibly meets at 10 a.m. on
Wednesday at the Senior
Friendship Center, 2350
Scenic Drive in Venice.
Weigh-ins prior to the
meeting begin at 9 a.m.
and last until 9:45 a.m.
For more information,
call Cathy at 493-8761.
TOPS is a weight-loss or-
ganization open to both
men and women of the
Venice/Nokomis area.

Cancer support
Cancer is Not Conta-
gious Support Group,
10:30 a.m., third Thurs-
day of the month (Aug.
19), Englewood Commu-
nity Hospital Cafeteria,
700MedicalBlvd.Also
meeting at this time is
the Support for People
with Oral and Head and
Neck Cancer Group. Call
Joe at 474-0099.

Parkinson's
support
The Parkinson's Sup-
port Group meets at 10
a.m. the third Friday of
themonth(Aug.20)in
the Englewood Commu-
nity Hospital Suncoast
Auditorium, 700 Medical
Blvd. Call 473-3919.

Low vision
support group
This group meets at
3 p.m. the third Friday
(Aug. 20) of every month
at Aston Gardens, 1000
Aston Gardens Drive,
Venice. Questions? Call
Karla Koenig, 485-4887.

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Celiac Support Group
of Sarasota-Manatee,
1:30-3:30 p.m. Saturday,
Aug. 21, (third Saturday of
the month) at Waldemere
Medical Plaza Papaya
Room, 1921Waldemere
St., Sarasota. Free; the
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at Jacaranda Trace, 3600
William Penn Way.
Small-group discus-
sion, For Men Only, 2-3
p.m. the first and third
Tuesday of each month
at 3900 Clark Road,
Building P-3, Sarasota.
This is a drop-in, casual
meeting open to male
cancer patients at all
stages of treatment for
prostate cancer.

ScreeningS
Free blood pressure
and blood sugar tests by
Home Health Services of
Venice, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Thursday at Venice
HealthPark, 1201 Jacaran-
da Blvd. Call 485-7711.

Caregiver
Time Out
A free weekly caregiver
support group meets
1:15-3 p.m. Friday at St.
Mark's Episcopal Church,
508 Riviera St. Led by
a professional facilita-
tor, Caregiver Time Out
offers group support,
community resources
and activities provided
for loved ones during
the session. Registration
required. Call Pamela at
366-2224.

Zumba
Certified instructors
hold Zumba dance fit-
ness classes 5:45-6:45
p.m. Tuesday and 9-10
a.m. Saturday at the
Salvation Army, 1051
Albee Farm Road, Venice.
For more information,
call Donna Taylor at 544-
7932.

CoupleS
Helping CoupleS
An anonymous 12-step
program for all couples
looking to improve their
relationships, 7:30-9 p.m.
Friday at South Venice
Christian Church, 2390
Seaboard Ave., Venice.
Twelve-step experience
not necessary. Couples
work on such things as
commitment, commu-
nication, conflictreso-
lution anything that
impedes a healthy and
happy relationship. Free.
(A donation to cover rent
is appreciated but not
necessary.) Call 475-8535
or 492-9547 or visit www.
recovering-couples.org
for more information.

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The Saturday Morning
Walkabout group meets
at 8 a.m. Saturday at Vol-
unteer Park, behind the
Gulf Coast Community


Foundation ofVenice.
Each Saturday a different
2.5-mile route is selected.
Mileage is recorded and
incentive awards are pre-
sented for various total
miles walked. Bring your
pets, too. New walkers
welcome.

Bicycling
Join bicyclists from
9:30-10:30 a.m. Saturday
at Volunteer Park, behind
the Gulf Coast Com-
munity Foundation of
Venice, for a leisurely 10-
mile ride on the Venetian
Waterway Park. All levels
of experience welcome.
Call 468-8124.

CO-DependentS
AnonymOUS
A women-only Co-
Dependents Anonymous
group meets 10-11 a.m.
on Thursday at Unity of
Sarasota, 3023 Proctor
Road, Sarasota. New-
comers are welcome. Call
306-1825 or visit www.
coda.org.

AlcoholicS
AnonymOUS
Alcoholics Anonymous
meets at 7:30 p.m. Tues-
days and Thursdays in
the Suncoast Auditorium
of Englewood Communi-
ty Hospital, 700 Medical
Blvd. Call 426-7655.

Secular
Organization
for Sobriet
Secular Organization
for Sobriety, aka Save
Ourselves, is an alterna-
tive support group for
alcoholics and other
addicts that meets 6-7
p.m.Wednesdays at 7727-
A Holiday Drive, Snug
Harbor Village, Sarasota.
Meetings are free, open
to all and confidential.
Before attending, call
Roland at 320-3255. For
more information, e-mail
philipcgc@comcast.net or
visit www.sossobriety.org.

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The Thursday Nar-
Anon Family Group, a
support group for fami-
lies with a family mem-
ber with a drug addic-
tion, meets 7-8 p.m. at St.
Mark's Episcopal Church
library, 513 S. Nassau St.,
Venice (behind Venice
Regional Medical Cen-
ter). This group is for the
family, not the addict.
Call Ray, 497-6879.

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family meetings take
place several times a
week at area locations.
Call 426-7655 or visit
southfloridaal-anon.org.
Monday Morning
Miracles Al-Anon Family
Group, Epiphany Ca-
thedral, Soy Building,
317 Tarpon St., 11 a.m.
Monday
Beginners Meeting,
St. Mark's Episcopal
Church, church office
building, 513 S. Nassau
St., 7 p.m. Monday
Let Go & Let God Al-
Anon Family Group, Ven-
ice Presbyterian Church,
111 E. Firenze St., 7:30
p.m. Tuesday
Freedom Al-Anon
Family Group, Church
of the Nazarene, 1535
E.Venice Ave. (children
welcome), 10:30 a.m.
Wednesday
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Study, Grace United
Methodist Church, 400 E.
Field St., 7 p.m. Wednes-
days
Steps & Growth, The
Church of Christ, 4301
State Road 776, 10 a.m.
Thursday
Peace Pipe, Emman-
uel Lutheran Church,
790 South Tamiami Trail,
Room 101, 7 p.m. Thurs-
days
On the island,
Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 790 South
Tamiami Trail, 8 p.m.
Thursday
Step in the Right Di-
rection, St. Mark's Epis-
copal Church, church
office building, 513 s.
Nassau St., 7 p.m. Friday
Step in the Right
Direction Alateen, St.
Mark's Episcopal Church,
church office building,
513 S. Nassau St., 7 p.m.
Friday
Saturday Night Live,
Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 790 South
Tamiami Trail, 7 p.m.
Saturday
Keep it Simple Sun-
day, Emmanuel Lutheran
Church, 790 South
Tamiami Trail, 7 p.m.
Sunday

Zumba dance,
yOga ClaSSGS
Zumba dance fitness
class, 6:15-7:15 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursdays
at the Venice Community
Center, 326 S. Nokomis
Ave. Contact Mary Lynn


Szerbin at mlszerbin@
aol.com, 685-8445 or
408-8205 to reserve a
spot.

Line dancing
ClaSSGS
Line dancing classes
with Jackie Wheeler,
intermediate class, 7-8:30
p.m. Monday; begin-
ner class, 7-8:30 p.m.
Wednesday. Fee: $4 per
class. Call 493-2776.

HypnosiS
Weight Loss Hypnosis,
5 p.m. or 6:15 p.m. Mon-
days, Hypnosis Venice,
333 South Tamiami Trail,
Suite 284. Fee: $15. Visit
www.hypnosisvenice.
com or call445-4322 or
525-4770.

Acupuncture
Acupuncture physician
Dr. Lucy Han holds free
seminars, noon-1 p.m.
Wednesday at 389 Com-
mercial Court, Suite B.
RSVP to 486-1555.

YOga fOf
Every Body
Yoga for Every Body
is offered 9-10 a.m.
Wednesday and Fridays;
6-7 p.m. Thursday at
Venice Fitness Center,
2203 South Tamiami
Trail, Venice. Bring a mat.
The cost is $10. Call 473-
0135.

Yoga with Elin
Yoga with Elin is held
at 7:30 a.m. and 8:15
a.m. Monday through
Saturday; Sunset Yoga,
7:45 p.m. Monday and
Wednesday at Venice
Beach, near the pavil-
ion. This is free yoga on
Venice Beach with Elin
Larsen. Call 408-9642.

Yoga for everyone
Yoga for everyone
is held at 6:15 p.m.
Wednesday at Venice
Community Center, 326
S. Nokomis Ave. The cost
is $8; discounts available.
Call 408-8205.

Yoga and tai chi
Daily yoga and tai
chi classes are Monday
through Saturday at Spa


Venice, 775 The Rialto
(behind Goodwill). All
levels, various instruc-
tors. The cost is $15 per
class; $12, series of eight
($96). Call 480-9009 or go
to www.spavemce.com
for schedule.

Pan|C relief
phone workshops
Panic Relief Inc., a
nonprofit educational
Organization, offers live
telephone workshops for
people who suffer from
anxiety, stress or panic
attacks at 7 p.m. Wednes-
days. To participate, go to
www.panicereliefinc.com
or call (732) 940-9658.

PGGr COUnSeling
Appointments for peer
counseling are avail-
able Monday-Friday at
the Women's Resource
Center, 701 Center Road,
Venice. Trained vol-
unteers offer support,
encouragement and
referrals. Donations are
accepted. Call 485-9724
or visit www.thewomens
resourcecenter.org.

Educational
prog rams
The Alzheimer's As-
sociation has numerous
educational programs
open to the public. Offer-
ings include Basic Course
for Care givers, Maintain
Your Brain and informa-
tion about local caregiver
support groups. They will
also come to your com-
munity with the Memory
Mobile and a speakers
bureau for presentations.
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surface Needs of Elders,
aka SHINE, visits the Se-
nior Friendship Centers,
9 a.m.-noon Thursdays
at 2350 Scenic Drive. Call
584-0075.

Help with
prescriptionS
The Community Phar-
macy of Sarasota County
Inc., 225 South Tamiami
Trail, Nokomis, assists
uninsured residents in
obtaining their routine
prescription medica-
tions. Call 445-5687 or
visit www.cpsarasota.org.

Meals on Wheels
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Meals provides a warm,
nutritious noon-time
meal to any person in
the greater Venice area
unable to prepare a
meal because of physi-
cal or mental disabil-
ity, regardless of their
financial situation; there
are no age restrictions.
Special salads and des-
serts are available for
diabetics. The cost is
minimal and recipients
are billed monthly. The
Meals on Wheels office is
open 8-11 a.m. Monday
through Saturday. The
answering machine can
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time. To start the service,
call 488-1889. For more
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Yog a basicS
Joan Harn offers a yoga
basics class 10-11:30 a.m.
Tuesday and a yoga
basic back care class
10-11:30 a.m. Friday at
Nokomis Community
Center, 234 Nippino Trail,
Nokomis. The cost is
$10 per week for those
attending monthly or $12
per session for walk-ins.
Everyone is welcome.
Call 485-8904 for more
information.

Wellness
Community
Events are free for
cancer patients and a
caregiver. Call 921-5539.
Support groups,
10-11:30 a.m. Monday
at Jacaranda Trace, 3600
William Penn Way.
Adaptive yoga classes,
noon-1:30 p.m. Monday
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William Penn Way.
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Quick was shopping
with Nicholas Brown, 7,
Robert's younger brother.
Quick spent $315. The
overage was covered by
the FOP.
"If it's over, it's over,"
Quick said. "They need
it."
Although the cart was
nearly overflowing, Phil-
lips' tally showed that
there would be money
left, even though they
might have to pay some
taxes on the watch, tis-
sues and clock radio.
He found some T-shirts
on sale at $3 each and
finally headed to the
check-out line, where
Walmart employee Tony
Skulitz Jr. was waiting


to ring up the total and
Debbie Boudreaux was
waiting to hand Robert
a1Valmart recycling bag
filled with a variety of
treats and snacks.
As the tally continued,
Cheryl Prevatte, a civilian
employee in the police
department's forensics
department, bragged that
she and her student had
managed to spend $317
"without using a calcula-
tor and we got five pairs
of shoes."
Phillips' total was
$296.()1, which was not
good enough for him. He
was determined to get
closer to the $3()() goal.
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$299.()9.
Like Aker, Phillips also
is retiring in the com-
ing year, making this
final shopping trip extra
special.
The kids helped too.
"These kids really
warmed up today," Phil-
lips said. "Of all the years
I have done this, look at
the socializing.
It was noon and all
these new friends were
hungry. It was time to
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week is Claire Suter. For the
last year this nice lady has been
known as Bertha Palmer.
She grew up in Venice and
loves to talk about this great city
and its history. She is a frequent
speaker at meetings and do-
nates any money she receives to
the Venice Historical Society.
Her dad was the mayor of
Venice and served on the first
board of the Venice Art Center.
She enjoys arranging old-timer
events and Venice High School
alumni picnics and get-togeth-
ers. She is a walking history
book.
She serves on the board of
directors of the Friends of the
Lord-Higel House and helps
with displays for the Triangle
Inn. She is often consulted to
verify facts about Venice history.
Claire Suter is one of the
Venice natives who make Venice
a great place to live.


chairs, portable tables, small
coolers and shopping bags.
Five minutes later the place
was set up with a buffet and
members were giving reports
on their jobs for the fiesta.
An hour later, with their work
done, the women had cleaned
up and gone.
There is no clowning around
for this group, whose theme
for this year's gala is "Life's a
Circus."
Dates for the Venice Sun Fi-
esta are Oct 15-17.

Angels in Venice
Angel Flight Southeast re-
cently held a breakfast fund-
raiser at the Venice Municipal
Airport. The group provides
free air transportation for chil-
dren and adults with medical
or compelling humanitarian
needs.


For information, call (800)
352-4256 or visit www.angel
FlightSE.org.

Including mint julepS
Jack Fanning performed on
the vibes and Claire Suter min-
gled as Bertha Palmer as about
80 residents and their guests at
Emeritus at Venice enjoyed a
typical southern afternoon tea
party.
Residents spent weeks pre-
paring. They made lovely big
hats with flowers and created
weeping willows that turned
the living room into a southern
plantation.
Emeritus welcomes Elaine
Chamard, its new life enrich-
ment director.

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The special person of this


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It is no wonder the Venice
Sun Fiesta makes Venice sing.
The Women's Sertoma Club of
Venice members who bring the
fiesta to life never rest. They
turn each meeting into a party.
They recently decided to
meet at the Gazebo in Centen-
nial Park to check out the new
trees and make sure the facility
worked well for fiesta vendors.
Within 15 minutes, commit-
tee members arrived carrying


Jeff Cornell shows his work at


Claire Suter, left, also known as
Bertha Palmer, Elaine Chamard
and Tamsin Dayment celebrate a
great afternoon southern tea party
at Emeritus at Venice.


Syd Gibson passes out Sun Fiesta T-shirts to
the Sun Fiesta Committee at a "Let's Check Kathryn Lehr dresses as a southern belle
Things Out Party"at the Gazebo at Centen- for the afternoon tea party at Emeritus at
nial Park in Venice. Venice.


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Bonnie Kaiser holds
up a sample of what
will be a large clown
board at the Venice
Sun Fiesta. Visitors can
clown around and get
their pictures taken.


Joanne Jennings
celebrates her
retirement from
Garden Elementary
School surrounded
by several of
her fifth-grade
students: Russ
Garofalo, left,
and Brian and
Brandon Raynor.
Her daughter, Amie
Turbine, back, tray-
eled from Colorado
for her mom's
retirement party.


Audrey Latzanich, left, Marti Evans, Marian Paviakis and Lynne Hummes enjoy a morning
shopping trip at the Venice Community Center. The center brings its next craft fair to Venice
Aug.21-22.


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2/2 Peachland Blvd $58,050
4/2 River Bank $157,050
3/2 Montego Ln $63,500
3/2 Murphy St $49,000
2/2 Lakeworth Blvd $53,200
4/2 Benz Lane $100,000
3/2 Dewhurst St. $43,000
3/2 Billi Av $ 00
ngs e 40,0
NORTH PORT
3/2 Mermell Ci $76,000
3/2 Laurina St. $59,850
2/1.5 Slade Rd $57,510
3/2 Muglone Ln $94,000
3/2 Lummus St $89,000
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ENGLEWOOD
3/2 Bay Ave $48,000
2/2 MayPort St $74,500
3/2 An PUNTA GORDA52,400
2/3 Melbourne St $48,150
2/1 Sulky Dr $30,000
VENICE
Ban orchsure Venice$90,000
2/2 Clemson Rd $58,000
2/2 Duquesene $71,500
NOKOMIS3/2 Kenwood Ave.

$11,000
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Mike Holland 941- 662-9513






LAKE SUZY ESTATES, Lake
front 11628 SW Courtly Manor
Dr. 2-w/den or 3/2/2-2510 u/air.
Custom Split Design, High Vault-
ed Ceilings, Gourmet Kitchen Lg
Master & Family Room, Outdoor
thr cnted $289,F0u0rmshed, Deed
941-627-6896


"""LVL "" """" """
w/ pool. Near Kingsway CC.
$299,500 941-380-1961
Debbie@DebbieSaunders.com
Allison James Estates &
Homes


ENGLEWOOD/ROTONDA AREA
5004 Kennel St. Newer Huge
3/2/2 Gulf Cove w. Community
Boat Ramp $153K
7480 Memorial Dr 3/2/2 Pool
Home on canal. Updated! $159k
Call Terry Long Alwa s Long

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3/2.5/3 Pool, Cul-de-sac, Exc.
view of golf course & lake from
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KINGS GATE
Resort Style Living for 55+.
Golf, Tennis, plus much more
in our Friendly Country Club.
2 Br, 2 Ba, Den, 2 Car G.
Split Plan tihdVoFume Ceilings
$157,000
242930 Nt teBlvd.
Call 941-627-6200


iunSbln TracIlak view.L LikeS I


2/1/1 Move in Cond. Beautiful trees
surrounding this neat horne in quiet
area. newly painted in & out. $62,900
Anne Fillion
Coconut Bay Realty
941-257-8592 or 421-8345
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2, recent-
ly remodeled in 55+ comm.
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incl. share. 727-244-8832


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Lanai, all appls & W/D, fenced,
Sprinkler sys, Low maint & taxes.
$159,750 941-429-9305 Eves


WalkT MnTay %rT& Bay
Completed in 2007.
Reduced $199,000
Sandy Hiironen
941-374-1125
Keller Williams Realty
Details: www.sandrahiironen.com


ENGLEWOOD, FSBO 3/2/3 in
Shamrock Shores. Builders cost
only/lot free. Investors only.
$289,900. 239-269-8173.







EN2GL2EWO D/5R404T N3D4A
278 Mark Twain Lane


PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
$159,900. (MLS#C7015025)
Patty Gillespie, Re/Max Anchor,
941-875-2755 or 941-875-2755
-


Ivon I11 Fun I Never Llvea In.
All the Bells & Whistles. 3/2/2,
Granite. $162,900. Deborah &
Dick Miller Team. RE/MAX
Alliance Group 941-662-9900
as




NORTH PORT SABAL TRACE
2dw/ n&a 17 a if I
home, move in cond, new paint
outside $219,000 941-423-8810


$ ,UE!! fenc27ah, sh2, sp
r $p1d2a Odune 1 7 6boat


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ENGLEWOOD 3BR/3BA/3CG
3 STORY WATERFRONT
HOME W/PANORAMIC
VIEWS OF LEMON BAY & ICW
& bea I w/3d905 00
Karl B ta9glia2 Coldwell


GARDEN TUBi. MODELHOE


PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/2, sec
s teln ra el emno
roof/ac, $79,900 239-287-7011

IRTg CCtHA3R OTTEom e ly
remodeled, Everything new, A
must see! $149K 941-456-3658


NORTH PORT i uff- li,1il, Lr,


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CHACRIT CAINE 94-76065



5/4/3DA + FICE MTR


PALMS. LOCATION!
CHARITY CAIN 941-716-0685


Boca Royale w/ open floor plan.
LOCATED ON THE 17TH
FAIRWAY WITH ALL
UPGRADES BUYERS ARE
LOOKING FOR! Gourmet
kitchen, tray ceilings $595,000
Kari A Battaglia PA, Coldwell
Banker 941-270-1851



ENGLEWOOD AREA
9118 Willmington Blvd. Built
2007, Huge 3/2/2+Den. $179K
6366 Coniston St. Nicely updated
3/2/2 w/pool, water/sewer. $139K
202 Park Forest Blvd. 2/2/2
Gated Community, Pool, tennis,
AM s I.R e rc K
property is worth. 941-830-2347


ENGLEWOODAREAWaterfront
9811 Eagle Preserve Drive
WATERFRONT Loton Inter coastal
Waterway. Mostly cleared, $399k
9518 Spring Circle S. Gulf Cove
Waterfront w/dock. 3/2/2 2000+
SF. $229K.
10614 Alpaca Circle Sailboat
waterfront 3/2/2 w 172ft. on the
water No bridges $250k
Call Terry Long Always Long On
Service @ Keller Williams Realty to
find out what your property is worth.
941-830-2347


Ivew Lakerront 4BK/3BA/3cg



NORTH PORT Owner Finance
Cant Get a Mortgage?
Must have at least $7,000
Down 3/2/1 Nice area.
Ready to Go! $99,900.
941-966-4926


lanai w/scnd pool, 2 80x165 lots


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PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
236 Daybreak Circle By owner
immediate occupancy. Also has
screened lanai & den. Not a short
s bn2olt a3f5closure. $132,900


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ANUAUIA b Deautiful acres ZUUb
www.giorgioazzarelli.com Giorgio
Azzarelli, Thomas Ryan Associ-
ates. $160,000. 941-268-6376





AI ADIA E IIng H* 0.z -- MA
CY Upscale 1200s Apt, PooVspa,
Barn, $294,500 #11000608 Turner
Realty/ 863-990-2700 or email
laura.nelson@turnerrealty.com


NRTH PORT: 3 acres/2master



UNFINISE DH LE! Accrete
Shell Only, Sec. 15. 23156
Lark Ave. $49,900. obo
941-628-2883


PORT CHARLOTTE 3053 Stone


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CAPE HAZE Best value in
Prestigious deed restricted
Golf Course community Like
new 3/2/2.5 with pool.
2200sf home. $263,900
Ron @ Tarpon Coast Realty
(941)-223-4781


'3/ 4 SF in PC'" Waterside St 2000+sq ft MLS#
remodeled, owner finance. Move OM14x3 ch 7dP8P5 17e5s5pie
in within 2 wks. 941-276-2779.


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PORT CHARLOTTE I SBO, 3/2, 2150sf living + lanai. Lg. corner
1400SF. CHA, Fireplace.Storage. lot. Water, Sewer Compete Shell.
Huge yard. Great curb appeal. $74,900. Price neg. for interior
$109K/obo. 941-639-8497 completion. 941-627-3373


perfection this spacious home
is ready to move into. Open
floor plan, huge lanai and pool
and spa area. Kitchen updated
5 years ago, security system,
Full hurricane protection.
$176,500. MLS C7012631
Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674.
REMAX Anchor of Marina Park


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PORT CHARLOTTE- 3. 3+2.5
bath/3 + office 18961
McGrath Cir. Sailboat 4 min to
htaerbor autocohdertile st nI ts
555 q ft $629KTudi Hill
C-21 941-625-4339 or 941-
457-3687 hillfl@comcast.net






PUNTA GORDA 3/2/2 + den
2845 Sancho Panza Ct. Very
Quick Sailboat Access Inter-
secting Canals; new dock &
16,0001b lift; heated pool;
metal roof; total
electric shutters; pavers;
stainless/granite kitchen;
tile/carpet; $629,000
Karen Tammen, Realtor,
RE/MAX Harbor Realty.
941-380-0639


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Key west style 4/2.5/4 Remod-
eled, Upscaleneighborhood,
Close to beaches. Exta 80x100
Lot No Realtors Reduced to:
$239,000 941-244-0116

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Sailboat, 3/2/2+, 6 year old, top


PUNTA GORDA ISLES
SECLUDED BEAUTY!
2160 Via Venice Ct.
3/2.5/2 w/pool, 138' on sea-
wall w/2 docks, 10,000 Ib lift,
power boat water, Cath ceil-
ings, pocket sliders, French
doors, cultured marble Roman
tub & shower in Master bath,
Beautiful Turnkey. $399,000.
941-575-8803.


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HOMES FOR SALE
1020


RIVERWOOD, 3257 Village Ln.
3Br/2BA/2.5CG
$159,000. Call 1-330-304-7218
or 941- 585-1022


VICE ISLAND I ~i.j.B Eii.e:1 l
Immaculate POOL home with Spa
in Gated Community 359,000
Signature Sotheby's International
John Peirano 941-375-6864
Signature Sotheby's International


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PORT CHARLOTTE, Updated


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C;usom tlunImrumt rool nome.


sq. ft. condo, heated pool, ten-
nis, clubhouse, covered parking,
low maintenance fees, $89,900
Tall Pines Realty
Jeremy T. Jones 941-628-5027
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Kitc9h4el 7Ch ity aln

GOLF COURSE
COMMUNITY
1035


IvNIA GONUAds a2 e tl r


Built in 2005 with pool and 2nd
lot. Tucked away but so close
Open floor pl n, lots of trees
fenced yard. $160,000. Owner
L #b g01 s9
RE/MAX Anchor of Marina Park
Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674


0^ neauterug laKO View, maint
free. 2BR/2BA/2CG + den
$314K 941-408-9289
VENICEPELICANPOINTEG&CC
,



Ebgant3/2/3
Huge Paver Brick Deck
with Dramatic pool & Spa!
Backs up to Nature Preserve.
Only $495,000
oxi.Aam.may numermenic -


RUSTIC LUXURY IN VENICE
ACRES 3.7 Acres, horses ok. Spa-
cious fami home with treehouse
views. 4BR/3.5BA 6 car garage,
$449,000 obo. 941-484-1198


PUNTA GORDA 3/2/2 vaulted
ceiling, alarm system, new A/C,
fenced yard, Burnt Store Village.
$111,000. 941-875-2189 Paul
Nunez, Thomas Ryan & Assoc.


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Just Bring Linens and Fla
ware Move into this Immac
late fully furnished 1st floo
end unit condo at Pt. Char
lottes Newport I Just off 17
Seller says Make offer. 941
380-1961
Debbie@DebbieSaunders.co
Allison James Estates & Home


Last bury it ::* wt _e--
Dr., 2/2, Den. Beautiful single unit
at Kingsway Country Club.
$169,950. Linda 941-457-7245
or Jill Brouwer 941-276-4459



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LAKE SUZY Kingsway CC area,
11433 SW Courtney.
3bdrm/2bath. $219,950. Jill
04u5w I 4Ldn5d9a 941-457-


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LAKE SUZY F .ng..*.1, <:*: are 1,
12144 Egret Circle North Shore
#1501 3/2, part. furn. $95,000.
Jill Brouwer Realty, Linda 941-
457-7245 or Jill 276-4459






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LAKE SUZY, 12:*' 1 SW
Kingsway Cir. 3/2.5ba, den,
pool/spa $399,000. MLS#
C7002190 Linda 941-457-7245
Jill Brouwer Realty 941-276-4459


5 - --.4
- - .
PUNTA GORDA 2 2 ,-, re-
m front new home, Shell Creek Next
s to private parks etc. Poss. owner
- fin. $149,000. 941-626-2898.


_
PUNTA GORDA 3/2/2 2370
total sf, beautiful county home,
sailboat canal, concrete seawall/
dock, elec lift Hurricane shutters
split plan in good area. $269,000
ID#TPA 6 2 rw T500m-1512



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PUNTA GORDA ISLES overlook-
ing Sunset Lake. Sailboat access,
oversized garage, 2 Master
suites, pool & more. $519,000.
rn da m6n n k aR M@ e mHaaxr


-' run m aunun m...ca
tilefloors, high/tray ceilings roam- w/ pool, close to Ponce de
in shower, Corian, hurricane win- Leon Park, good fishing, sail-
dows Only $144K 941-628-8579 boat canal, close to harbor,

- -on- 1-- dock & t tile thru out. $360K.


At Col Poin flr 7C
PUNTA ORDAbET HOUSE
SALTWATER FRONT
8 Iarge picture windows on
top floor with fabulous mile
long saltwater views. Top
quality hardwood & tile floors
Garage/dock avail. 1800+ SF.
$550,000 Make Offer To 508
776-2223 & 239-839-1534


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PORT CHARLOTTE Rent to Own
3/1 Shows like a Model Home
Many New Features: $68,000
Poss. Finance. 941-629-6329


PUNTA GORDA ISLES 3525
Roseau Dr Fast Sailboat access!
Views! Karen Tammen RE/MAX
Harbor. $476,000. 941-380-
0639 karent@remax.net


ENGLEWOOD Rr id




3/ cePaklk waterfront cotg o ae
B oa l rift 3Mis to gLemn ay

Cal941-223-481 6


Serene Saltwaterfront 3/2/2
home w/Dock, Seawall,
Boatlift, Gulf Access Many
upgrades $289900.00 941-
456-0738 RickCochan.com
Remax Alliance 941-456-0738


in '05. 3/2/2 w/pool, on 1 1/2


re m.ue reerrun even
55+ golf comm. 2/2/CP
On pond, Lg. Ianai, new floors
New paint, clean & well maint.
REDUCED $59,900
941-347-8618

PORT CHARLOTTE Maple Leaf
Est. new '05 on fairway. 2/2.
Miami Dade roof. Beautiful.
Turnkey. $164K. 941-637-1422.


Pelicban Poine Caainamdel on c
24thairwayodcomesw/buyfers
ho50me warnly. $579000 it
Bankrs 941-270-1851


yyo Lar clar., large lam. c7 lving


rmy on avaun rren.uue.eu
2/2/2 pool home with dockage
for 65' plus sailboat, depth
maintained by city, dead end
htredt in re2s2r t9e0d0 neighLbiora
Laflamme, Micheal Saunders
and Assoc. 941-916-0538
Lisala@earthlink.net '






PUNTA GORDA, BSM +t..Irl.1
2Ba, pool, 1970sf $279,775
Deborah & Dick Miller Team.
RE/MAX Alliance. 941-662-9900


run. on-man..m.c, lool L.UHE
son 3/2 by ball park. 1653st
$139,900 Mike/Murdock Realty
941-204-7032 MLS#C7005376

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PORT CHARLOTTE, 17468
Lakeworth Blvd. 3BR/2BA/2CG
pool home w/updated kit. incl. SS
appliances, granite counter tops,
wood cabinets, tile throughout on
oversized corner lot. Asking
$139,900. Nickie Sherwood, Pro-
fessional Realty 941-628-3396


PORT CHARLOTTE, FIa.*l.:.:..:.


265 GREYWING CT.
Executive 3bed/2bath/Custom
built pool home Nothing but
the best! $284,900 941-228-2849
Debbie Jones Investors Choice


PLACID, DON PEDRO ISLE. Gulf
front town home, 2/2.5,scrd.
porch, deck, pool & tennis. Dock
w/access to intercoastal, Just
Reduced!$625,000.941-6974416


PUNIA GONDA ISLES, Large
3/2/2, Htd. pool, 178' rim canal.
Spectacular view! Furnished!
$469,000. Harry Rowe, RE/MAX
Anchor Realty, 941-457-0508
PUNTA GORDA WATERFRONT
Great View, Boat Dock, newer
2/2/CP, & 12x12 lanai. Res

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SOUTH VENICE Charming 2/2
split, renovated, new kit/ba, gran-
ite, tile, appls, blocks to South
Venice Beach ferry & Shamrock
Park, $135,900 941-408-7110


PUNTA GORDA, Deep Creek
103 Catamaraca Ct. Park like set
ting; Completely rebuilt 3/2/2
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PORT CHARLOTTE 510 E.Tar
pon Blvd, wide canal, 10 mins.to


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Included in this exquisitely
designed home is a gourmet
Kitchen w/granite counter tops,
aquarium window, fireplace &
the list oes on! Incredible deal
at 350K. Offered by
PROFE41%ONA ALTY


PUNTA GORDA, E ir .


Ex ouu / /2 p ul h ne on
canal to ulf. Beautifully turnkey
furni hed, $295K Judy
Barkhurst, Sun Realty
941-286-3473


PORT CHA8R4L300 m F'ark ALike
3/2/2 F built I 10'
ceil., fene d. Hur e phauntters
CENTURY 21 Aztec. Ken Giunta
941-661-1438


r un .n ounun, oanvuat
Access, Almost new 3/2/2CP,
Fireplace, 1,700 sf. Nice area!
$179,000. 941-624-0355


PUNTA GORDA- '. 3. re
home on Praire Creek w/ pool.
Amazing storage! $338,383.
Karen Tammen, Realtor, RE/MAX
Harbor Realty. 941-380-0639


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1/1/2 CAR GARAGE
CHARITY CAIN 941-716 0685


, ,,, ,,,,,,,.. ,,,.. _
2030 Sq. Ft. living area, sailboat
access, dock & boatlift, metal
roof, pool, $450K 941-889-7882


PORT CHARLOTTE 2, 2 2..0 PUNTA GORDA. 3/2/2, New
sf canal front, bird watcher s par- Corian kitchen, many upgrades, VENICE ISLAND, 5th from beach,
adise! $149,900 Patty Gillespie fruit trees, dock on sailboat new TBB, 3/2/2, pool, 1840 SF
Re/Max Anchor 941-875-2755 canal. Move in cond. $270,000. under air, complete pkg, $619,900
(941)-505-2225 land only $399K 866-709-5014


M7vCeE r nPL o 8 E2 pl r
entry home on canal. New carpet
and AC. solar heated, caged
pool, spacious family rm, FI rm.
w/sliders, 2cg, & much more.
$168,500 941-928-5598


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Views of TN River, Nickajack
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CALOOSA LAKE Village
3bd/3ba home with canal view.
Split bedroom plan. Lg master
bedroom w/ Ig walk in closet has
a bath located on either side of
tAhdedlobsetrolofor hfo fea e
walk-in closet. Spacious kitchen
w/island & breakfast area.
5e9 010 ler2Willia9m3s2Realty


ARCADIA -1 I
port/Shed, Lanai & 2nd Driveway
Furn. or Unfurn. Sunrise MH 55-
$89,500 863-558-2689



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PUNTA GORDA-BLUE HERON PINES
55+ Comm. Beautiful 3/2,
GOLF COURSE COMMUNITY
Was $C89 000. Sell for
$59K/obo '941-626-5035.


CAPE HAZE SANCTUARY p
2BR/2BA 1stfloor condo. 55+ Cedar Woods, 2/2, $65K. Just
Comm. Close to beaches, golf, shops painted. Lovely complex near
A muDsMGe!BU1R3N9 900. tpi n finpa av Iblme
BOCA GRANDE R.E. Nickie Sherwood. Professional
941-830-0403 MLS#D5778744 Realty of SW FL. 941-628-3396


PORT CHARLOTTE CONDO
Ground floor, fum,
2BR/2BA/CP Pool, Jacuzzi,
Tennis, Shuffle Board,
Rec Hall, etc $59,900.
941-613-2940


LETTUCE LAKE AREA 5 acres
LAKE SUZY :....,rr, L..nes 1 mi. zoned AG, fenced & cleared, 28x64
to PC, 1-75, Wal Mart, PRIVATE 2 1800 sf, 24x20 metal garage
1/2 acres, 3/2/CP, well, septic $187,500/080 9416240275
$149,900. 941-743-6601.


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CHARLOTTE HARBOR
3BR/2BA/CP Ground Floor,
Great location, small complex
Low condo fee, heated pool
$149,900 (941)-743-4127


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941-429-3116
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VENICE Jetty Villas, 2/2 beach,
pool, patio, bay views, priv hot tub,
redesigned kit, vault ceil, loft, hand-
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941-270-0189
MLS# D5778228
ENGLEWOOD 2/2/1 Gulf Winds
on Oyster Creek w/dock, access
to Intercoastal, clubhouse, htd
pool, Rol-Safe shutters, all tile,
$145,000. FSBO 941-460-0669


PUK I CHIAKLU II 6
f KINGS GATE
Country Club Life Style
At It's Best
For Only $155,000!
2BR, Den, 2BA, 2Car Gar.
Maint. Free Golf Villa.
Split Plan with Volume Ceilings.
24297 Westgate Blvd.
Open 10-5
Call 941-627-6200


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PORT CHARLOTTE T rer..lly
remodeled 3/2 villa, new floors,
plumbing fixtures, SS appliances,
cherrywood cabinets, 3 walk in
closets, large tiled garden lanai
$99,000. Call 941-625-8051.


941-32-3304PAUI.. HARBOR HOMES
Factory Liquidation Sale
PUNT GODA 11 1x40 2009 Model Homes Must Go!
furn 55+Resient wnedSR. Call for FREE color brochures
Park.RIVE HAVE MHP800-622-2832


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VENICE CONDO, 2bd, 1.5ba,
2nd floor Excellent condition. All
New appliances. Amenities.
$105,000. 941-587-0930


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SF. 55+ park. Pool, clubhouse,
Iakeview. $139,900. 941-204-
0387 or 941- 204-2847
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PUNTA GORDA 11..:.I..el.,
1580 SF. Maintained & updated.
Awesome water view, golf cart
incl. 55+ comm. Lot #46. Pets
OK. $99,500. 941-833-3334


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4/3.2/2, spa, pool, elevator. PUNTA GORDA .**.* .11..:d..611
$849,800 Stephen L. Lingley, 2/2/Den, 55+, dbl wd, open flr
P.A. Signature SIR 941-809-7580 plan, Ig lanai, shed, furn incl.
$89,900. 941-637-7803


minium #12()5/ 3/2 be iful f .,
lake views from EVERY window.
Reduced $119,500. 517 789 5129


PUNTA GORDA 2bdrm, 1
bath, kitchen, dining area, living
room, enclosed lanai refrigera-
tor and stove included. Palms
& Pines Resort, MPH on Peace
River, boat ramp, fishing piers,
community hall. $5,500. Call
L 941- 639-5461
a r, call 941- 815-0505.no


lb AURE OblAWAY,
Furnished, Cabin, LOW
TAXES, Beautiful old oaks
REDUCED!$179,000-OBO,
941-697-1885


PORT CHARLOTTE, Park Place
Estates. 3200 Loveland. Open
Daily. $160K Tony Gillen, Coldwell
Banker Sunstar 941-255-7208
PORT CHARLOTTE, Promenades
W, furn, spacious sing, 4 closets,
breakfast bar, laundry, pool, etc.
$47,500. 814 838 1991 or 941-
258 2478


L NEGSUWZAY GROELSFT US
On 15th hole, Beautiful Furn. End
Unit, Move in Ready, Immac. 3/2/2
Open Plan w/ over 2400 sq. ft.
under air! Family Room overlooks
Golf Course! Community Pool,
Breathtaking Views! $184,900.
Melody Wheat
United Country Wheat Really
941-628-6825


ron an avaun ve-=- ===u,
50x26 Palm Harbor 2/2 split, all
new roof over & New appliances
Ceramic floors, Lanal & shed.
Fully furnished $79,900
941-627-4860 or 905-627-3835


PUNTA GORDA, Like New 2005




VENICE ISLE REAI. ESTATE
SAI.ES, INC. 55+ Resident
Owned Comm. Lic. R.E.
Broker. 941-485-7743
Many homes to choose from.


tivbLtWOUU Investors Upecial
PUNTA GORDA ISLES, Little Duplex for sale, $99,900 CBS
Harbor, New, never lived in 3/2 2/1.5 per unit. Newly renovated.
Canal. $199K Elaine 941-661- Located in beautiful waterfront
4800 Fishermans Village Realty community. 14 1/2% cap rate.
Call Doug 941-258-8099

TRI-PLEX
FOR SALE
1075
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PUNTA GORDA BY OWNER
2004 Jacobson 28X52, 55+
golf course, 10X20 golf cart
gar, corner lot, large trees,
Extra nice A Must See!
Priced to sell at $123,900
941-639-5554
PUNTA GORDA Ett ocs


n , ,
SF, river view, boat slip, large
wrap around porch, lots ameni-
ties. Lease Option 941-286-5245
PUNTA GORDA Emerald Pointe
Condo, 4th flr. Canal view. 2/1,
Beautifully appointed. Turnkey.
Boat Slip.$127.9K 941-637-1422.

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PLACID:
Bay Front Penthouse Condo
Bay Front Penthouse Condo
Top floor end unit, very private,
no condo neighbors visible, excel-
lent bay & sunset views, 3
BR/2V2 BA, plus den & choicest
2-rl/2 ctaorragara eckparking 2i
space for golf cart, motorbike,
etc. Loaded w/extras, private
boat slip being permitted. Choice
Placida area. Nearly new, Over
$800K Invested, sell for $525K.
Owner financing possible. Real
tors invited. 941-769-1017


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Pet Friend 2BR/1BA. New Full
Remodel. Furnished. Fun Clubhouse/
Pool. Walk to shops. 203-912-6006


VENICE RANCH M.H.E.
UNDER NI-W I AGREEMENT
is being Renovated!
Lot rental community
Singlewide homes starting @
$500.00 down
Doublewide homes starting @
$4,000.00
WAI..KING DISTANCE TO
PUBLIC & CVS
5 cD km. NStepee
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ENGLEWOOD BEACH, 2-1 Bed-
room, 1-3 bedroom, great loca-
tion on the bay, pool, $900,000
941-206-0250
INVES IORS: Furnished
Triplex Just steps from the
beach on Manasota Key.
Great income potential
$279,000
1300 Holiday Drive
Ron Tarpon Coast Realty
941-223-4781
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PUNTA GORDA Immaculate quali
ty built double wide Palm Harbor
FL room, carport, situated in beau
tiful Riverside Oaks 55+ commune
Owner has relocated, must sell.
39,900 obo 941-356-5308


PUNTA GORDA ISLES, L.inary
Vivante condo on Charlotte Har
bor. 2350 SF. 3/25, granite, lux
ury furniture $300 monthly paid
for condo fees for 1 yr. Finan.
avail. $289,900. 941-235-3528
PUNTA GORDA ISLES, million

dl r7s4 49har0bor. 2BR/2BA.


PORT CHARLOTTE Harl"
2,gne ery il n docks
$146,500 941-629-9370


2-2bdr.1-1bdr Fully rented.
$11N9w9 nC 9e4plic4p2ulm2 85

MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
1090


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w/ 1800sf+, top flr. unit with it s
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380-0639 karent@remax.net


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Com, 2/1 Mobile Home, fully
fuMish and Iwelle intali '
carport and storage room.
$13,900 OBO 941-493-0019


PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2 55+
Community, ground floor, end
unit. Beautifully furnished, move
in ready. $79,900. Call owner for
details. 941-268-6374.


runin aunun- e- I ==11 ===8
2.050SF 3/2/2 & study, pool, spa,
boat lift. Direct access to Gulf.
$279K. 3530 Mondovi Ct.
#121/112. Open to trade. Call Jeff:
9416260696


ARCADIA 2004 Skyline, DeSoto
Village 55+, 2/2, 1144 sq ft.
VENICE, Very desirable 55 +
Lanai, Shed w/loft, Turn Key community, 2/2, like new
$54K 260-413-4090 2004 Palm Harbor, approx
1250 sf, wind zone 3 rated, all
Ic til k th n ac Ilibna8
very nicely furnished,$79,900
OBO 941-493-0019


B STORE COLONY Advertise in
RES Owned 2006 JAC. 1560 SF.
$99,500. HOA $175 mo. Th C f I
FL RE CONN. 239-560-0524. 9 18Ssi ieds.
listwithgerry.net


00+ comm. Across from I ne
Cultural Center. New Win-
do ,87rp0et,4pai7nt, ti2e e4tc..
or 941-391-4708
PORT CHARLOTTE LAKES EDGE
1st floor, Next to pool, lake view
2BR/2BA all tile, Open, bright,
clean hurricane windows.
$65,000 owner561-452-2959


ROTONDA Everything new. No
detail overlooked, $109,000. Call
Elaine for details 941-661-4800
Fisherman Village Realty


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NOKOMIS 2BR COTTAGE,
newly refurbished, w/office,
1.5BA. W/D. Outside shed. $800
mo. 941-485-3852
NORTH PORT 3/2/2 Section
81dOK Nile ho3u 311y 383ears
NORTH PORT Nice 3/2. No
pets. Non smoking. $850.
Lease, plus security.
941-224-6031


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575-6482, 941-769-4720
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1 all tile,
pets OK. Lawn & water incl.
$175 week or $700 mo. 941-
575-6482, or 941-769-4720
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1.5/CP
20198 Hamilton Ave. Family
Room, washer/dryer, Nice home
d .Pet 05K M904n1th28610 0
PORT CHARLOTTE 2 2 or 3/2
tile, lanai, appl. w/d 675-$994
mo. 1st + sec. Ann. Sm. pet ok
(941)-626-1514 941-743-0386


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3/2 Boundary pool from $1800
3/2 Sandrift from $1300
2/2 Sandalhaven from $950
1/1 Denison, from $900
2/1 Perry Ln from $900
2/1Deep Creek from $900
2/1.5 Sandlor from $1000
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941-460-0241
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516-728-7487 or 516-7282991


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Utiltes. pamid exetelectric,
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all tile, w/d hook-up, blinds, fans,
good neighborhood, $550-1st +
$500-security (941)-234-7077
ENGLEWOOD: 2BR/1.BATH
@ 1605 MORNING DOVE.
$550 NO SMOKING OR
PETS. AVAIL. IMMED.
941-475-7011


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Rm. CHA new kitchen tile flrs
move in cond. SALE $79k or
RENT $750mo 941-764-0654
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/1
c/h/a, central location.
$650/mo + 1st & sec. 21881
Beverly Ave. 941-681-0701

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PRO NECGHHABROLR O Ls2/olf
new! $800/mo 1st & dep Sect. 8
accepted 941-286-6985
PORT CHARLOTTE
4107 Michel Tree
3BR/2BA/2CG, fenced yard,
$795 mo.
484__Hig.el
3BR/2BA/1CG, comm. pool,
$750 mo.
941- 628-4494.


PORT CHARLOTTE beautifully
a odele n BR/13B2A20ho ,
mandy, $550. 820 Conreid,
$675. PLUS $400 sec. dep. Not
foreclosures, 941-623-2933
PORT CHARLOTTE Deep
water Sailboat access 3/2/2
Remodeled. $850/mo
Pets ok. 941-743-0996


PORT CHARLOTTE Lg 2/2/2
villa, w/den/bedrm. Gtd. comm.
$ 9. Ancn I u4sl30 8 now.
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1/CP,
CHA, 6 APP, New Kitchen cabi-
nets, 21283 Gladis Ave. $600
mo. 1st, & sec. (941)-769-1497

LOG K
PORT CHARLOTTE Villa style
waterfront comm., extra clean.
2/2, updated. Modern. $650 mo.
Annuallease. 941-927-9176
PORT CHARLOTTE, Deed
st ictedCa0 Ho w 2Uq./1 +
Available Now (603)-209-2613
PORT CHARLOTTE
Lrg., 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath
central heat & air
NEW blinds & carpets, No
Pets $550. (941)-743-3489
PUNTA GORDA 2/2/1 in Char
lottepPar s OK. Com 0
941-575-5157, 941- 380-5502
PUNTA GORDA 3/1 Walk to
downtown, huge garage, sunroom,
pets ok, $850 month, 1st, last
sec.Creditck.req.941-575-4616
PUNTA GORDA PGI, Immac,
Spacious, 2/2, All tile. Sunrm,
W/D, NP. Must See. Incl. Lawn
Care. $895 941-423-2643
PUNTA GORDA Waterfront 2/2,
Family room, Dinning room
Garage. $700 month. '
Call: 908-303-5417
PUNTA GORDA & KINGS HWY.
2 & 3 Bdrm, Incl. CHA From $350
ALSO Mobiles, Nocatee & Kings
Hwy. 1st & Sec. 941-624-0355

COMMREER AELN ORanted.
Defreest & Associates Inc.
941- 539-8061

4/2R20TNOENW 008
Corian Counters Open plan
Quiet & Private $1100
3/2/2 SCREEN LANAI
split plan open kitchen on canal
$925. WEST COAST PROP
MGT 941-473-0718
www.RentalsFlorida.net
VENICE 2BR/2BA City water
CHA, $775/mo + Sec. deposit
Available Imm 941-423-8448


anusu.s a no ., umen
House & Shop, 1399 ft. Hwy 17
Frontage, Zoned Comm. Info
863-494-5540 or 863-244-3585
.
LAKE WALES Prime retail store-
front in the Lake Wales Downtown
Business District. Onestory build-
Ing with 2700 SF. Listed on the
National Register of Historic
Places. $229,900. Keller
a rf? Ity Lak8e Wa5s TeT
www. am ommercl .org
PORT CHARLOTTE- Prime office
space, 3 units 1,000sf ea. Brand
new. Sandhill Blvd. Turnkey/Fully
built out. (941)-624-5992
WINTER HAVEN, previous bank
bld t ibilitg, grea vis y easy
rt kce Rnder dReccker Hwy
ily be converted to accommodate
other retail uses. 4555sf bldg on
3.8 acres. BPC zoning $700,000
863-679-1710
www.TeamCommercial.0rg


1210 110 121 FOR RENT


WANTED TO RENT
1420



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room to rent.Can only afford
300.a month would prefer np
r ts eerenam emplo Ibo ak
ground 941-623-3359

LOTS & ACREAGE
1500


ARCADIA, FLORIDA DeSoto Co.
0 nev vaCc Int71 3a551 61S1
or 404-626-6554
SHORT SAI..E LOTS
PGI, Golf course waterfront
utilities. $50,000 open.
877-429-0909

WATERFRONT



PUNTA GORDA Just Reduced
Fre e san 9 00t Sep


TRADE/ EXCHANGE
1540


EXCHANGE FLAT ROCK, North
Carolina house for Home or
39,inNaPunta FGw 3P 01Box

BUSINESS
FOR SALE
1600

BEAUTY/ BARBER shop, 3101
SULSTONE DR. Deep Creek/Har-
bour Heights area. 941-627-6915

9am 4, 9 n ., a
IIII.In I IIIRA 5

GREAT CASH FLOW
Established Clientele
Includes Business &
Prime Property US 41
Call Ken Giunta
CENTURY 21 Aztec
941- 661-1438

BUSINESS RENTALS
1610


ENGLEWOOD
1024 sq ft Commercial
Office space 9 Tiffany
Square. Reception area, 3
offices & food area.
Avail. Immed.
941-475-7011


LAKE SUZY Unique Property, 5
bldgs, 13,000 SF, on 10 acres,
Education, Daycare, Professional.
Must see. 941-380-7708



Port Charlotte
Executive Office Suites
Receptionist, all util. &
other support sves.
starting at $295 per/mo.
Omni Executive Center
A Frie 55P cbto be!
(Across from Bob Evans) Call
Marj or Shirley 941-627-9755
www.omniexec.net
PUNTA GORDA on US 41
CEDAR POINT OFFICES
265 sq ft. $495.95
inc electric, water, sales tax
FLIP, 941-505-0482
VENICE Off reh &
officewareh aombou sAII
sizes & locations. 941-485-1119
VENICE- Chiropractor's Off.
Established Location, Turnkey
Lease, Busy Shopping Center
ALSO AVAIL.- 1000-8000 SF
Retail Space for Lease. Com-
modore Realty. 941-485-6246


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2060


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220 INSURANCE AGENT looking
for work w company. Over 10 yrs
experienceJimbo437@yahoo.com
A PAINTER, 20 YRS. EXP. ANY
TYPE WORK WILL WORK FOR CO.
PH. SHANE 941-623-7021
A VETERINARY ASST. 4+ years
exp seeking work. positive atti-
tude +skills 941-623-2732
A/C SALESMAN 12yr exp look-
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ADMIN. ASST/ BOOKKEEPING /
PAYROLL PROCESSING 30 yrs
exp. 831gjc@gmail.com
AFFORDABLE HOUSECLEANING
REF'S CALL 301-401-5071
URSULA
CAREGIVER LICENSED venice/
nokomis exp w/ ref. Will work for
company. Call 941-483-4492
CAREGIVER/CNA/ exp/looking
for work in Englewood 941-586-
4346. w/ Co.
CERTIFIED CAREGIVER avail. to
work w co.,Dependable & Reli-
able. 941-268-7837.
CLEANING: Seeking emp. with
company for residential, comm'l.
Exp'd/References 941-488-5516

SHWNASHCEUR BOU RERSME VNITCE
EXP. jgc831@gmail.com
DRYWALL HANGER 30yrs Exp
Looking For WORK With Compa-
ny. Lin Own TOOL.941-769-5500
EX MILITARY ch
me supervisor
Retail sales/mgmnt exp.seeks
position local co. 941-257-8243
EXP JAZZ Piano Player Looking
ursic a a4 -4 4-5 a39 dinner
EXP. CLERICAL, Data Entry,
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Co.gordeneanderson@ymail.com
EXP. PLUMBER looking for work
with company. Excellent Worker.
Own Tools. 941-467-2072
EXPERIENCED CAR detailer/
moving helper/ good laborer
great attitude. 954-380-0492
FREE LABOR, retired builder will
improve your house or building in
exchange for rent. 941-623-5987
HANDYMAN LIC. TRUCK ANY
JOB ANY COMPANY PC AREA Call
Bill 941-613-2199
HANDYMAN, Tree & Lawn Care
Venice Nokomis0n .1N work
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LIC. CNA/HHA Seeks PT/FT
employment locally in the home.
25Yrs Exp. Tina 863-263-1463
Local mom seeks work.20 yrs
exp in cleaning field. Rachel
(941)473-6062


LOCAL STUCCO/DRYWALL
25 yrs. exp. Needs job with com-
pany, own tools. 941-475-2931
I.OGISP OCS94 3 Sh7s2e/PPurch
sambo110@verizon.net
LOOKING FOR carpentry/skilled
labor work with local company.
(724)766-8109.
-
LOOKING FOR PT clerical work
for company. Wor erpoint/0utlook. Hours nego-
tiable. $10-12/hr. 941-280232

TOILING DEFNOTRAL P&T-FCTLE8rA
EXPERIENCE 941-421-8006
MAINTENANCE POSITION WITH
LA HEFXR N9 L28 8SES1
MANAGE YOUR business/store
hourly, daily, on-call 941-426-
9529/704-771-8981
Medical receptionist/data entry,
10 yrs. exp. E-mail Resaluvsthe-
Rock@hotmail.com
PAINTER/TRIM carpenter 25
c a .pdlut 1s.4 10wor
PART TIME DELIVERY DRIVER.
DAY or NIGHT. RETIRED BlZ PRO.
REF. VIC 941-441-7233
PRO. DRIVER with 10 years
exper. towing cars. looking for
better job Jeff 413-348-4676
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATED
Women seeking work for compa-
ny. Office skills (941) 276-8202
PROJECT MGR/DESIGNER, Civil
Eng. BSCE+Masters, Tech Savy
Phil 4:13, John 941.628.9622
RECENT PHLEBOTOMY/ EKG
grad. seeking Job in your office.
Prior med. off.exp.941-268-6848

RoEr tRGMnFe I Eaqb OOwpn e
Will work for co. 941-764-0594
SEEKING TO WORK 4 lawn con-
tractor:trusscompany:scoolcus-
todian or laborer. 941-276-9751
Seeking work with company.
Yo g, h3ard3wor9k ng quick learn-

SINGLE MOTHER seeking
tlkCler 17 py hoT m
TILE & MARBLE INSTALLER,
30+ YRS EXP. Will work for com-
pany. 941-350-9266
VIET NAM VET (60) BBA Mgmt
seeks FT supervisory pos.
w/local business. 941-624-3340
YOUNG MOTHER trying to find
work, quick learner, hard-working
9412376748 ashley
YOUTH WORKER 20 yrs experi-
ence. At-risk is specialty. great
refs. Dave 941-629-3552
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RETIRED GENTLEMAN Look-
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woman 941-484-1838
SUSAN M. MURPHY,
PLEASE CALL HOME!
SENSATIONS STRESS
RELEASE 941- 766-7995. 3860
Rt. 41, 2 mi. north of Punta Gorda
bridge. Hiring apply in person
THE GIRL NEXT door, crystal.
in calls only. 941-483-0701
RELAXATION STATION 1225
US 41 Unit B3. Charlotte Trade
Center. N of 776. 941-625-0141.

SCHOOLS
& INSTRUCTION
3060


*SPECIAI..CoNdn iSOEducation*
CNA, Home health & CPR $350
CNA, Home Health, CPR &
Phlebotomy $475.
State testing onside.
www.flacna.com 941-822-2290


Encore Gulf View RV Park
10205 Burnt Store Rd. PG
RAFTERS DAY
1st and 3rld 0MOo y of Month

MOSAICS
Thursday 6 9pm
Call Rosemary at 941-697-7888
PG BOAT CLUB
802 Retta Esplanade.
Tues. 8am.
WOODCARVING
941-505-4246 941-575-4276

DANCE
3093


BELLY DANCING
Charlotte Cultural Center
Saturday, 11am.
941-276-0935

EDUCATION
3094


HOMEOPATHIC STUDY GROUP
Englewood/Venice
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd-
JacarandaFrancesT.Bourne
Library
Tuesday 6:00 7:30 PM
Group meets to study Homeo-
pathic Philosophy, Remedies, &
various relevant topics pertaining
to Health, Healing, and Home-
opathy. Love offering.

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TM PROGRAM
Warm Mineral Springs
Every Saturday at 11am
LECTURE
Reduce stress, Improve health.

EXERCISE
3095


400 W. Retta Esplanade
Saturday at 9:30am.
TAI CHI QI GONG
KRIYA YOGA MEDITATION
1250 Rutledge St.
Unity Church of Peace
Monday at 7pm.
941-423-0029
PILATES Try our Classical Pilates
class free of charge Tuesday, July
20, 9a.m.-10a.m. at the Bayfront
Center YMCA. The Classical
Plates Method was begun about
90 years ago by Joseph Pilates. It
is a unique, structured system of
over 500 specific exercises com-
bining strengthening and stretch-
ing, particularly of the deep mus-
cles of the abdomen and back.
Through consistent practice you
can increase your flexibility, tone,
strength and balance; reduce
stress and fatigue; correct body
alignment; reduce chronic pain;
and improve concentration.
Accompanied by pleasing-to-the-
ear music and a spectacular view
of Charlotte Harbor.
750 West Retta Esplanade, Punta
Gorda. Call to reserve your
place, 941-347-8855.
VENICE HOLISTIC CENTER
.
251 Tamiami Trail
TueTdoandsa7:3 -Tpm.
Saturday 8:45-10am.
YOGA FOR BEGINNERS
Proceeds to
Venice Wildlife Center
Call Rick or Mary 941-488-1769

RELIGION
3096


4 WEEK MENS BIBLE STUDY
Starting June 23, 30th, July 7th
ea& 14th 10:30am-11:30am
What They Didn't Teach You
in Sunday School."
Presented by
Pastor Dana Allan Narring
Faith Lutheran Church
4005 Palm Drive, Punta Gorda
941-639-6309
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
4005 Palm Drive, Punta Gorda
Various Days & Times
CONFIRMATION/BIBLE STUDY
Classes for Youth and Adult
941-639-6309

OTHER
3097


CONCENTRATE MEDITATION
with Linda Weser, 7 p.m. every
Monday at Unity Church of Peace,
1250 Rutledge Street, off Veter-
ans Boulevard between Orlando
Boulevard and Torrington Street,
Port Charlotte/North Port line.
Free; open to the public.
941-423-8171 or 941629-2077


CPR/FIRST AID
American Red Cross
Individual Classes for $25.
Combined Classes for $59.
Review Classes for 25.00
For More Info: 941-629-4345


ACT NOW FOR AMAZING
BANG FOR YOUR BUCK!
Low odor paint avail. Call Al 941-
468-2660 Lic#AAA00101266
25+ Yrs exp. Former Firefighter


BEST PRICE FOR QUAI..[TY JOBI
Best Coast Painting
Residential/Commercial
Handyman services also!
Visa/mc/disc accepted
941-815-8184 AAA00101254

PLUMBING
5160



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ter p mber Li1c 2ROF1 393

ROOFING


RAY'S ROOFING OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA
All types of roofing, shingles
& hot roofs
Cool Seal Mobile Homes
Suntex Tubular Skylights
Specializing in redecking &
reroofing mobile homes
816 Braddock Road
Auburndale, FL 33823
863-967-3170
863-967-8252 (fax)


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GARAGE SALES


ALL CHILDCARE
FACILITIES MUST INCLUDE
WITH ADVERTISEMENT '
STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY
LICENSE NUMBER.
FLORIDA STATE LAW requires
all child care centers and day
care businesses to register with
the State of Florida. The Sun
Newspapers will not knowingly
accept advertising which is in
violation of the law
QUALITY CARE w/ TLC exc.
teacher references, 0-5 reat
area, p/t or f/t, learn AB 123
colors and more. 941-626-6797

COMPUTER SERVICE
5053


*lA+ COMPUTER REPAIR &
TUTOR...FI YOUR HOIVE
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COMPUTER TUTOR
0( r h2o570oan ne)r!
Please call Steve at:
941-445-4285

F E COMpPUe &R pt p Ih 2
up! Very Reasonable! Open 6 days
941-764-3400 or 941-276-5011

CLEANING
SERVICES
n n
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HOUSE CLEANING single moth-
er, clean record, reliable, ref.
avail. $30/hr. 941-786-8487

HOME / COMM.
IMPROVEMENT
5100

ARPENTERll INCLic One
#RROO67689. 941-627-0657.
DAN THE HANDYMAN
Bath rm & kitchen remodels
Painting, Carpentry, Anything?
941-697-1642
DAVE'S HANDYMAN
Honest, Knowledgeable & Reli-
able. Call for all your needs, Small
or Large. 941-628-8326 Lic./Ins.
HOME IMPROVEMENT Home
mpai kit henI bat9hbp3t tile f3oor'

TILE/MARBLE INSTALLER 30+
9 -3E P N6E6EDS WORK CALL

LAWN/GARDEN
& TREE
5110

AN OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE
mab beC .redle et I Ct
appropriate occupational licens-
ing bureau to verify
A COMPLETE TREE Care Co.-
Sales, trimming, install & design.
TreemendousTree. 941-42M983
A JAMISON TREE SERVICE
Complete & Professional
Will Beat Any Estimate!
Prof. Arborist Free Est. 10%
Sr Disc., Lic. & Ins. 941-423-
0020 941-423-0020,
475-6611, PC 539-2644
GRASSY GATOR Lawn & Tree
care-Starting at $55/mo.,
$10 off first mo. 941-468-0260
JIM BLAIS LAWN MAINT
OVER 15 YRS EXP. NOW
ACCEPTING ANNUAL ACTS. 941-
9154677

MASSAGE THERAPY
5119


MILLER MOBILE MASSAGE
Senior Summer Special
Call Pamela. 941-276-0780.
LMT#MA58235


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6005
6006
6007
6008
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North Port
Port Charlotte/Deep
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Rotonda
Sarasota
South Venice
Venice
Out Of Area
Flea Market
Auctions
MERCHANDISE


6013 Moving Sales
6025 Arts & Crafts
6027 Dolls
6030 Household
Goods
6035 Furniture
6038 Electronics
6040 TV/Stereo/Radlo
6060 Computer Equip
6065 Clothing/Jewelry/
Accessories
6070 Antiques &
Collectibles
6075 Fruits/Veges
6090 Musical
6095 Medical
6100 Health/Beauty
6110 Trees & Plants
6120 Baby Items
6125 Golf Accessories
6128 Exercise/Fitness
6130 Sporting Goods
6131 Firearms
6132 Firearm Accessories
6135 Bikes/Trikes
6138 Toys
6140 Photography/Video
Pool/SpGaa eSupplies
6165 Storage Sheds/
Buildings
6170 Building SuppIles
6180 Heavy Constr.
Equipment
6190 Tools/Machinery
6220 Office/Business Equip
& Supplies
6225 Restaurant Supplies
6250 Appliances
6260 Misc. Merchandise
6270 Wanted to Buy or Trade

ARCADIA AREA
GARAGE SALES
6001

THU. MON. 10AM-4PM
132 W. Oak St
THEN AND NOW is CLOSING
Antiques, collectibles & misc
(863)-993-0121

NORTH PORT
GARAGE SALES
6005



THU.-SAT. 8-5 4851 Boston
Terrace. MOVING SALE Fur-
niture, clothing, household
Items, Entire Household.
THUR.-FRI-SAT. 8AM
3781 Wayward Ave.
MOVING SALE Lots of house-
hold, sewing machines, furniture,
and lots more!


:.ului orange wln sIgns
&, dark stripes down his body
and tail. His name is Charlie.
He is loved & missed. If you
spot him, 941-769-7213.
LOST DOG: Black Lab mix. Lost


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CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH
1936 E. Venice Ave. Venice
Friday at 9am.
Stu Ivideo teachings of
various subjects.
For more Info. Call Rev. Jones at:
941-485-7070 or visit
www.CBCVenice.com
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
4005 Palm D PG
Thursday 7r ,m
Adult information classes
Open to anyone interested in
becoming a Lutheran or joining
the church. 941-639-6309
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
278 S. Mango St. Englewood
M00ne /gs &aTrhum ys ata9am.
For more info. Call 941-474-2473
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
Englwood E. 6465 Mayport Rd.
Tuesday 10am 11:15am
Pastors Bible Classes.
In the Fellowship Hall.
For more info. Call 941-475-2410

BURIAL LOTS/
CRYPTS
3070

PLOTS (2) Rest Lawn Memorial
Gardens, Masonic Garden Lot 16
Spaces 1 & 2, FSBO, Value
$1000 ea, (828)-508-6356 Ron
ROYAL PALM MEMORIAL GDNS
2 Plots side x side in The Peace
Garden. $2500 (254)-339-0122
VENICE MEMORIAL GAR-
DENS. CHOICE LOTS, Garden Of
Honor for 2 cremated remains.
$1895. (941)-875-4595

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obo. Call 941-979-9427.
AIRLINE TICKETS DIRECTAIR 2
ROUND TRIP $150
941-255-1832
DIRECTAIR TICKET $149
941-698-8981

LOST & FOUND
3090


FOUND: PARAKEET, call and
describe. Found on Tampa Ave. at
the Venice Center Mall.
Call 941-650-5309
.
I'M A LICENSED Private Investi-
gator. A box of pictures along
with school report cards and pri-
vate letters were given to me by a
friend to help locate the owner or
relatives.The box of material was
found alongside the roadway just
after hurricane Charley near a
trailer park in Port Charlotte that
was most likely damaged by the
storm. There are 100's of photos
with the name of Fred Baldwin. He
d t sKoaeapljardMrang
of the pictures are of airplanes of
that era. There is a State license
showing he was an electrician
from Atlantic City NJ. The school
report cards have the name of
Florence Binkley. Possibly his
wife. I am certain these items
would be of value to family mem-
bers. If you have any Information
or know who this material
belongs to, please e-mail me:
Jeffrey.rasmussen@comcast.net
LOST BRIGHTON watch Fri.
8/6/10, PG, area Wyvern/ Jacks.
ife2ne to94gle6c Op35Anniv gift'
LOST CAT, MALE, Chocolate
Point (Seal Point) Siamese, about
12 Ibs., good health. Answers to
'Mieko". Bright blue eyes. Lost
vicinity S. Venice, Sundy & Sham-
rock, Secor & Sterling. LOST
8/11/10. 941- 493-0615.


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5050


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HOUSEHOLD GOODS
6030


CHANDELIER, KITCHEN. Gold
colored. contemporary. 4 globes
$10 941-244-2091
CHOCOLATE FOUNTAIN, Large
stainless steel. $25
941-624-0593
COFFEE POT Bunn coffee pot
th xtra a4fe & filters $35


SBRNO8ER MACHINE WhK G
mint cond. Incl. 3 hoops and acces-
sories. $1,195 941-4608766
ENT CENTER 82Lx 17D x 72H,
Beautiful, 2-pc solid oak, w/
smoe edtglassddos1-91365bO5B50
FARBERWARE SS COFFEE POT
W/BOX VINTAGE 2-4 CUP PERCO-
LATOR $15, OBO 941-766-8727
FEATHERTOP KING Mattress
Topper down-topnever used!
$65 941-916-1890


XMAS ITEMS tabletop treebas-
ketcard holder pointsettes $15
941-426-1686

FURNITURE
6035


Sel n QR RUE ur sure
941-473-1986

BMATR SNER3V3EOR NEW K5ER
BATHROOM SPACESAVER
VANITY OVER THE TOILETWOOD
$39 941-626-7682
BED Mattress/Box. Used will sell
$50. Local 941-629-5550 or 941-
456-5555.
-
BED SET, 1 Twin, Desk w/ Chair,
DresserNightstand, Great Condi-
tion $350 941-740-5067
BED, KING $200. Twin beds
$200. Dresser $100, obo. Must
Sell. Call 941-213-7729.
BED, QUEEN Mattress and Box.
Brand New will sell $175. Local
s1>-6h29-5K55NOLor 941-456-5555.
BOOKCASE 6 shelf 20"x 82"
cherry finish Excellent condition
$60, OBO 942-624-0364
BOOKCASE BUSH 5 adj shelves
73"H 30"W 11"D closed back
STURDY $65 941-769-0828
BOOKCASE OAK 6 FT STOR-
AGE/SHELVES STURDY $250
941-769-0459
-
BOOKCASES, 6' tall, 33" wide;
2 odaok olo$50309411dhe 9c2olor
DAR LAMII ATE5D'Wa e 3 'ifH
$175, OBO 941-497-3010
CHAIR NATUZZI RED LEATHER,
CE3L8LE OCOOND. $250
CHAIR RED upholstered
tapestry EX.COND. $149, OBO
941-698-9904
CHAIR THOMASVILLE uphul-
stered chair, sage green fabric
$125 941-625-1863
CHAIRS MODERN Danish
Robb/Stuckey blond wood 4
chairs $59 941-815-8785
CHAIRS-2 funky atomic age din-
ing chairs green/blue with wood
legs $60, OBO 941-268-8800
CHINA HUTCH exc. quality good
Used condition, med. woodtone
$100, 080 941-268-8800
COFFEE TABLE AND ENDS
SOLID OAK W/GLASS/DRAWERS
$450 941-769-0459
COFFEE TABLE Excellent large
decorative metal with thick bevel
glass top $75 941-697-0700
COFFEE TABLE Hooker Seven
Seas antique trunk look. $499,
OBO 941-488-5085
COFFEETABLE/END CERAM-
ICGLASSTOPNEW beige $80
941-426-8407
COUCH & LOVESEAT DARK
Olive Green, wood legs, good
cond $275. 941-457-0770
COUCH AND Loveseat
Khakigood condition $450 941-
625-2755
COUCH/LOVESEAT VERY nice
condition, including end&coffee
tables. $65, OBO 941-485-2540
CRAFTMATIC TWIN beds
(24 ,toOrbzed9bns8 03olo1d1shape

CU8R 2.Di orCdH Rh edcb it
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RE SOCO5MPUTERICEHUT3
DESK DESIGNER Robb/Stuckey
pd. 2200 59"X16"X32" $299
941-815-8785
DESK LARGE metal desk ex
condition.$100. 941-228-1745
DESK ROLLTOP, real wood
Great shape. steal it, $200 '
941-740-1039
DESK ROLLTOP/COMPUTER
Solid Oak, like new
54x32x56 steal it $200, OBO
941-575-8944
DESK SET 3 PC Desk, Hutch
Workstation 55H 26D 29W Formi-
ca VGC $45 941-769-0828

BT&PSATRUTCNKEERS pd.2700
$499 941-815-8785
DESKS OFFIC L turd 2
w/return $125E, arge/o retrn
$65 941-916-2692

Tb 4SEhTaiTCce I c onp
edition. $150 941-626-8586

dN6G c iOsMgoTableoCdroT
$395 941-497-7175
DINING SET Butcher block with
6 chairs. Very nice! $200, OBO
941-391-3527

Pn bGe /T6Weah rts6g0 dl 'o %
$195 941-627-4524
DINING TABLE glass top
60x36, 4 chairs, $25, OBO
941-322-4694
DINING TABLE 4 CHAIRS
MAPLE $495 941-276-5525


DINING TABLE etched glass top,

DINNING SET -7 piece -Oak
New $400 941-889-7015


ENTERTAIN CENTER SOLID
Oak, Med/Dark likened holds 26"
TV $225, OBO 941-575-8944
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
cherrywood w/bridge ex cond
$1,000 941-875-3118
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Oak 53x53x20. Doors for 27"ty.
storage. $125 941-235-2203
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Oak,42"Wx20"Dx72"H fits 36"TV.

EXE$100, OBOD94K-2 7 11F8ux
leather padded adjust. Lrg. EC.
$40 941-875-6272
FILING CABINET WOOD 2 DRWR
LEGAL LATERAL $250 941-769-
0459
FIRE PIT wood burning. used
only 3 times. exc. cond. $75
941-626-8586
FORMAL DINING Set Rectangle
Table, glass, 4 chairs, hutch, side
table. $200, OBO 941-661-5179
FUTON OAK great cond/thick
Mattress yellow & moss $300
941-457-0770
HALLTREE/VICTORIAN/PEWT
ER BO 4SS $60, OBO 941-
HUTCH SOLID MAPLE PLENTY
OF STORAGE PERFECT CONDI-
TION $125 941-629-0022
KING BEDSET Stanley light wal-
nut 9 drawer chest, 2 nightstands
$25 OBO 941-661-5179
KING MATTRESS SERTA SUPER
PILLOW TOP.EXCELLENT COND.
$250 941-426-9474
L-SHAPE SOFA Beige -Good
Quality and Condition -Comfort-
able $260, OBO 941-240-8616
LEATHER CHAIR with ottoman
Wood trim, patch color, gd cond
$125 941-457-0770
LEATHER COUCH Natuzzi Navy
Blue Couch, Chair & Ottoman
$400, OBO 941-257-8118
LEATHER RECLINER Large
Mauve color. Good shape. $50
941-697-0700
LIVING RM set Sofa & Loveseat,
2 Lazy boy Recliners, Coffee &
end table, lamp. Ex cond. $290
941-7419423
LOVESEAT FAUX suade, forest
Green, like new. $100, OBO
941-661-5179
LOVESEAT LIGHT COLOR JUST
LIKE NEW $125 941-627-9736
LOVESEAT, LEATHER, green,
w/ magohany trim/Like NEW
$325, OBO 941-624-0364
LOVESEATS TWO FABRIC COV-
ERING, EXEC COND, BEST
OFFER. 941-627-9353
LR SET BEIGE 3 PCS CLEAN
INCLUDES SOFABED $450 941-
769-0459
MATTRESS SET Extra Long Twin
with frame. Therapedic pillow top
NEW $150 941-681-2780
MATTRESS SET King Size Sim-
mons Beauty Rest Pillow Top
$499, OBO 941-429-2394
PATIO FURNITURE Plastic table
with 4 chairs $50.00
941-473-9214
QUEEN MATTRESS
w/Boxspring & Frame
$100 941-423-3404
ROCKER/RECLINER GREEN
tweed $50 941-484-0191
ROCKERS, SWIVEL-? Blue/White
matching rockers, great condi-
tion. $75. 941-206-3878
ROCKING CHAIR small green
fabric $25 941-625-7005

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941-916-1890

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O9F9A EE2P5E7 813u9en 70"x36"
perfect cond.,pastel colors $200
941-497-7175
SOFA, RECLINER, chair,
ottoman like new oversized, beau-
tiful pillows $499 941-626-0680
STORAGE TIER/MULTIPLE
sh4elly /OOa3k64finish $55, OBO
SWIVEL ROCKER New in home.
Pretty Peach. comfy. Call Art.
$35, OBO 941-822-1617
TABLE FOYER Robb/Stukey pd.
700 59X15.5X32 Colomblan
wood $99 941-815-8785
TABLE SET wrought iron 46"
rd.glass top table w/4 chairs.new
$250, OBO 941-235-2203
TABLE, ROUND. Ped. oak, 36"
dia. 40" h. 2 chairs with pad. Exc
condition. $175. 941-456-1208
TABLE/ClHAIRS/4STO is 48
barstools. $275, 080 941-661-
5179

t thL2AsRmGaEleGI blee
$75, OBO 941-257-8118
TABLES, BANQUET, heavy
brown, legs fold; 8' $35; 6' $25
941-916-2692
TABLETOP GLASS barely
used $7 941-815-8785
WINGBACK ARM Chairs Beige
Print watching ottoman $60
941-497-7175
WOODEN BENCH Love Seat
Like New. $15. 941-626-0837


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6038


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in great condition $60, 080
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ELECTRONICS
6038


COBRA 2000 CB 2 SPEAKERS
AMlSBUSB IN PORT CHAR-
LOTTE. $300 423-289-7151
CORDLESS PHONE Like new
6.0 w/2 phones and ans. mach.
Panasonic $20 941-475-9689
DVD PLAYER Daewoo DVD pla -
er with Remote E/C $25
941-698-9798
GPS, ZOOMBAK Advanced Car-
Personal Locater. New. $50
239-220-6412 (Pt. Char.)
NINTENDO WII BLACK NIB,
sealed, with wiimote, motion plus,
2 games. $190. 941-626-0304

I-L9A4N1-CA9 11130/100/1000
PCI-LAN-CARD 10/100/1000
$10 941-639-1113

RAe nRes nTtECTOR Va t
pd. 400 $199 941-815-8785
TECHNICS VARIOUS electronic
Stereo Equip.5disc CD, etc.
$125, OBO 941-257-8118
THERMAL PAPER FAX machine
$10, OBO 941-624-5393

TV442"flat9 men5-hig8h63defination
VTECH 5.8GHZ cordless phone
w/digital ans system & caller ID
NIB $25 941-697-8498

WIInBLAC2K contso)leecomes r3
$250, OBO 941-421-4848

TVISTEREO/RADIO
6040


57" TOSHIBA theater wide HD
about 5 yrs old. Works great. 1si
$100 takes it. 941-429-9474

60" oTV, So r e5cOio
Punta Gorda 239-246-1968
B&K OUTLAW Preamp w/ 3
Amplifiers AudioSource 250 watt
$200 941-815-8785
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PRINTER HP PSC 2555 All in
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101 usb, make any cpu wireless
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BEYONCE DRESS New W/Tags
9r4 inr8 k $20
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LADIES BLACK LEATHER JACK-
ET size 34-36, nice condition,
good quality $50 941-626-0837
VINTAGE JEWELRY many bags
t90dh e3 tr m $10
WEDDING DRESS JESSICA
M3COC N4T104C6KO- stler Style, Ivory
WOME1N5S SHOE6 7 77 Baby

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6070

"SAD IRON" ANTIQUE HAND-
PAINTED CAST IRON ESTATE PC
$30 941-639-1517
BEN RICHMOND light house nib
with certificate $45 941-228-
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JACET DhNEW MED pe $25
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ROYAL COPENHAGEN PLATE
1972 MUNICH SUMMER OLYMPIC
LIMITED ED $15 941-639-1517
JUKEBOX W German circa
1960's w/45's works & sounds
great $350 941-286-5601
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THROW RUGS "elvis" and Wiillam
Kincald $20, OBO 571-251-
4101
BASEBALL RARE collector
checker set mahog & st steel brd
NIB $58. 941-697-8498
EMMETT KELLY JR CLOWN FIG-
URINES NIB JAN-DEC SIGNED
$80 941-883-1104
JEFF GORDON simpson helmet
5,ra0pBhOro904k 2t Se7d6 rare.
TDEOMLPLLEH3EID19C906LON LSRHElBR Y
CA $100, OBO 941-627-6780
SPICE GIRLS on Tour Dolls 5
I ibOri0gin2al Boxes $50, OBO
DALE EARNHARDT 1980
champ. nascar yearbook.rare like
new. $100, OBO 941-629-5576
SHIP PLATES 6-9" Mast ship
plates w/stand.Mint cond. $45
941-875-6272
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JEFF GORDON 1999 Nascar
stars of racing figure and card
still sealed $10 941-235-2330
PIANO, ANTIQUE, Vose and
Sons, manufactured 1885-1890.
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ACOUSTIC GUITAR Fender
acoustic guitar like new $125
941-875-0860
AUDIO EQUIP, BEHRINGER C-3
mike & stand $100, OBO
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met$495, OBO 941-875-0860


SKEET/TRAP BIRDS Box of 90
Clay Birds. Leave Message. $8
941-812-1234
TOLEDOBLADE UNIFORM
Boys $50, OBO
941-586-0250

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rate. Call for pictures &
prices. (941)-650-4396
AR-15 ROCKRIVER Arms
vm trifle fPr float fluted

a T29m4alg $37580 MUST HAVE

FLORIDA CONCEAI..ED
Weapons Permit Class
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FOR SALE Springfield XD 40
subcompact never been fired
$450 firm
CWP needed 941-661-7103
MARLIN 45 cal, Cowboy limited
1894, 12 power tasco scope,
$625. 941-575-4360
PISTOL, 1911 STI Trojan 9mm,
(8)-10 rnd mags. Fiber optic
adjustable sites. Flared mag well,
In box $850/obo. 941-628-4187
SAVAGE MDL 110, 270 cal,
Nikon Prostaff scope, sling, 2bx
of ammo $425 941-815-3497
SIG P232 Stainless 380 w/box
2mag like new $750
941-815-8164
SMITH & LESSON 44 Mag.
Classic. New. Nickel. Fired once.
$900.00. firm W/Extras or con-
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BICYCLE BOYS or mens 24
White wall tires, coaster, red. Gd.
Cond. $30 941-423-2585
BICYCLE FOLDING bike Dahon
Speed TR brand, New MSRP
$1,000 $495 941-586-0361
BICYCLES his and hers bicycles
asking $45 ea, good condition
$45. 941-830-8287
BIKE 60's tandem cruiser bicycle
for 2 Columbia ride or restore,
really cool. $125. 941-626-0680
BIKE, RALEIGH 'GRUY incl.
basket, speedometer, bell & rear
w n rorsa f ceen r0y IH _
473-3960

BIKOE,9M4E1N8724"14138 spd. red
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6232


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be free of intestinal and external
parasites.
AKC REGISTERED Australlan
Shepherd for sale. 421-9822

GROELEDt goLdAhBo e,27 vb
outside dogs. (941)-456-1282
MALT-A-POO PUPPY Ready
now, 2/F $500, 2/M $400 863-
494-1410
MINI DACHSHUND pups, 4M
3 sh904rt h2adr r5e8d & black & tan.
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accessories, Free to good home.
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YORKIE PUPPIES, F- $350 and
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shots, CKC Reg. 941-237-7918
YORKIES for sale, 12 weeks,
tails cut, vaccinated and papers,
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LIVESTOCK
6235


GOAT: MALE GOAT, 3 yrs old
Black & white, half kiko, $100
941-505-1100 or 941-204-2333

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& SERVICES
6236

AQUARIUMS,5.m y s es, w/dll
497-5023 or 419-508-1558
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3'wide x2'deep, white, large
door. $80. (941)429-9693
CAGE for Parrot. Extra large
100% stainless steel includes
bowls, etc. $400. 941-626-0680
DOG CAGE 22" cage for small
dogs, like new, removable tray,
folds. $25 941-204-0261
DOG CAGE Folding Wire X LG
48"Lx30"Wx31"H Removable F1r
Pan $61.95, OBO 941-575-0273
DOG FEEDER double dog feed-
er w/s/s9b4ol 43-E3x c80nd. $20

FISH TANK 30 gal filter, lid &
Extras, no stand. ONLY $50
941-493-3851


HOME GYM Weider three seat
work-out station for performing
many different exercises. $200
941-483-3140
INVERSION TABLE by Body
Champ like new great for your
back! $85 941-493-3851
RECUMBENT BIKE AND ELLIP-
TICAL CROSS TRAINER WALKER
$125 941-496-7975
TRIKKE 3-WHEEL carving
vehicle $125 941-575-9708
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imfEIDn o n4dto0n! !!Is$n58
OBO 941-457-3719
WEIGHT BENCH Wider Pro.
$90, OBO. 941-426-9275
WEIGHTS, ALL-PRO ankles,
101b; wrists, 41b. $25
941-244-2091
WOMAN'S EXERCISE Equip-
ment $200. For Information Call
941-575-9708

SPORTING GOODS
6130


3-PW IRONS Bob Toski titanium
Czar very good condition $75
941-473-8294

AIRoHOCKEY TABLEdE cle01ent
94elp42d e74
IR SS, c('olemaBr
new in box. $25 941-426-8882
BASKETBALL BACKBOARD &
.
RI3MO.N ,1 v6e 8und, paid $75
FISHING NET Black pearl cast
net. 8 1/2"mesh. Thrown
once. 4150 941-505-2457
FISHING ROD HOLDER Rustic
Solid O 1hol 78p5oles $75

FOOSEBALL TABLE DELUXE
SIZE! IN GREAT CONDITION!
$150, OBO 941-467-4099

GUN SHOW
Sat.A 5 21 &S 9-4
Charlotte County
Fairgrounds
2333 El Jobean Rd.
Port Charlotte
BUY-SELL TRADE
NEW/USED
FREE Parking
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727-776-3442
HUNT + FISH ANNUAL LEASE
3000 es N.mFLo5 eof river,
TV, $3500 ea. 877-429-0909 '
JEEP WRANGLER Fishing Rod
Rack New Never Used BEST
Offer $100, OBO 941-661-1622
PENN REELS American made
12/o, 9/o, 6/o Call Jack
941-468-1489
POOL TABLE Standard, Ex
cond. 1yr old, Inclds Ping pong
Attachment. $125 941-876-4024
ROD&REEL GARCIA reel @ ugly
stick and lot of extras $40, OBO
941-485-2540

SC1UOBAl67BO4 N7C6Y552C50MP
SCUBA REGULATOR OCTO
PRESSURE & DEPTH GUAGE
Ex.Cond. $276 941-276-5525


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W/Playhouse Swings & Slide!
$499 941-380-6081
ROCKING HORSE, PLUSH TOD-
DLERS. Good condition. Makes
horse noises.$35. 941-423-2585


SHED EXCELLENT condition
$499 941-786-8544
STORM BRACES for Garage
Door New Stainless Steel $200
941-460-8189


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Origa Box Diitl P.A.S.M.,1 GB
CardLgtyUed $ 195. vr5 941-


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CABINETS WHITE, 3 base, 35 H
x 15 w @ $25 ea.
941-629-4950
COUNTER TOP like new grey
Formica with back splash $240
941-629-4444
DOOR LOCKS Kwikset 5 Privcy
2 Psg 1 Entry 1 Deadbolt.Antique
brass $40 941-697-0794
HURRICANE SHUTTERS Alu-
noun uu8e s8bn4ddfferent sizes.
HURRICANE SHUTTERS, cor-
rugated ones that interlock.
Enough for entire house &
garage. $400. 941-429-9693
KITCHEN CABINET ALL WOOOD
CABINET 5'(60")New never used
$220 941-629-4444
PLYWOOD SHEATHING spacer
clips for 1/2" 5 gal. bucket full
roofing. $20. 941-626-0680
SLIDING GARAGE door screen
PGT 2-car garage sliding screen.
$250, OBO 941-786-8544
WATER HEATER New Rheem
Solaraide 80 gal Solar/Elec-
tric, Pump Inc. Made 4/2010.
$350 941-475-8715
WINDOW ANDERSON Comp.
moaudb n b70x,9wh 2vnl444

WOOD/LAMINATE FLOOR seal-
er 5 gallons unopened profes-
sional grade $45 941-769-0828


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6090


CLARINET YAMAHA model 20
with carry case! $100.
941-423-2585
COMPLETE BEATLES set of
sheet music 2 Volume boxed
books. $12 401-765-7111
KISS ROCK cards 1997 by Cor-
nerstone complete set of 90 mint
$20 941-235-2330

RGAONBOHAMMOND4690u haul
ORGAN/HAMMOND WORKS &
od c 5d6n2eed space $50, OBO

PIANO, KIMBALL
Mint cond. Tuned. $450.
941-258-5876
SOUND OF Music Sheet Music
Book $10 401-765-7111
UKULELE INSTRUCTION Book-
9 Om4 hlo7d65-7111
VIOLIN CREMONIA 1/4 SIZE
W/HARD CASE PERFECT CONDI-
TION $30 941-769-0828

MEDICAL
6095


3 WHEEL ELEC. SCOOTER,
Brand new batt., mint cond.
$300 must sell 941-740-1534


BATHTUB, WALK-IN as seen on
TV, still in box, jets, warranty, paid
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condiui n $200 941-25573672
MOBILITY SCOOTER 4 Wheel
GoGO Elite Plus. Exc cond $400,
OBO 941-623-7731
NEBULIZER $25
941-575-9708
OSTOMY POUCHES & BARRI-
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ARATE $100 941-445-8046
OVERSIZED ASSEMBLED tub/
transfer/bench for someone with
a physical need, $75. Call
941-575-4252.
POWER CHAIR lift, Harmar w
swing away action, near new
cond. $1,000 obo 941-637-8457
POWER WHEELCHAIR, FREE,
GREAT condition-for someone w/
a physical need. 941-544-3661
WALKER, HUGO seat back rest
under seat storage bag LIKE
NEW! $75. 941-493-3851

W4A1L-T7 97028 (Each) $25
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6100


ADULT WALKER Lightweight
with seat and storage pouch
$75 941-493-3851
AIR PURIFIER Oreck XL Profes-
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box $175 941-255-3672
FOOT AND Calf Massager iJoy
Robotic Ottoman 2.0 calf mas-
sager $149 941-629-0473
BABY ITEMS
6120


BABY BOY clothes new/Iike
new 3-12 months beautiful lot!
$100 941-875-9084
CAR SEAT/BABY carrier even-
flow exc.cond $5 941-585-4455
CONVERTIBLE CRIB light oak
w thdmat ing9c4han2gmSt b2e and
CRIB BEDDING & accessories 7


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2005 Suzuki Forenza Wgn 59K
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2002 PT CRUISER, loaded,
17,400 miles. $7900.
e1tl4m8e0e0n30n9e wa6ri0C 6E5dDIr
2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING
GOLD $8,988
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2005 NCHRYoSLERecR2OS5SFKRE
Ext. warr. Mintp 19,700. 941-391-
3528, Too much to list.

2800475.P$T88CORUISER, loaded,
e1tl4m8e0e0n3g n9e wa6ri0C 6E5dDIr.
DODGE
7060


2007 DODGE CHARGER,
$15 909Gne63G ma0n0 P.G

2008 DODGE CHALLENGER
ORANGE $38,988






1991 FORD MUSTANG GT Con-
vertible, Auto/Power 81,000 mi.
$7,800 OBO Call 941-769-4260

ilb9e1TF50sRpD MhUSTqaGkTatvhee
all pwr, $4,500 941-625-6232
1997 FORD ESCORT, 4dr., cold
air, auto. trans., clean, $1295.
941-347-1201 DIr.
2003 FORD MUSTANG CONV.
$10,990. Gene Gorman
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G
2003 FORD MUSTANG CONV.
$10,990. Gene Gorman
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G
2004 FORD MUSTANG GT
Cony. $12,990 Gene Gorman
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G
2005 FORD FIVE HUNDRED 4 dr
sedan, FWD, Limited, white, 22,794
mi. $14,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 FORD MUSTANG 2 door
manual, blue 51,245 mi
$13,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 FORD FOCUS 4 door
sedan, red, 24,020 mi. $11,999.
877-219-9139 DLR


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BUICK
7020


2003 BUICK Century, loaded.

o


$9,999. 877 219-9139 DLR
2008 BUICK LUCERNE
GOLD $21,977


CADILLAC
7030


1990 CADILLAC ALLANTE,
Loaded, Pearl white, exc. cond.
$4,500/obo. 941-698-1813
1996 CADILLAC SEVILLE 4 dr
sedan, SLS, bronze, 80,459 mi.
$5,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
1999 CADILLAC ELDORADO,
Pearl White, Light Gray. Exc.cond
$5,600. 941-485-6546
2005 CADILLAC ESCALADE
ESV $24,998 SILVER
DIr Stk: 6989P
941-257-0083 DIr
2008 CADILLAC STS
GRAY $24,988
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CAMPING CHAIRS folding
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$15 941-426-1686
CARTER -GO-CART 6.5 HP
good cond. Runs Great! $400
941-426-7837
CLOSET HEATERS (4), Golden
Rods, Keep guns or closets
dry. $50/all. 941-486-5411
FIREWOOD SEASONED split
oak 1/2 facecord free delivery.
$115. 941-526-7589
FOOT SPA Dr. School's $7
941-815-8785
FOUL WEATHER GEAR NEW XL
Grundens Jacket & Trousers
Heavy Duty $115. 978-771-3608
HD SEAT passenger Sundown-
grb bOaBcOk s9t sb0 ROola0d King
HIDDEN GEM Surgical Guide for
safe & afford b8e medical travel.

Kta ra xc oRnTd, Red cedla
$499 941-628-9140
LAUNDRY CABINETS White
Laundry cabinets $25
941-786-8544
MAGA INES5-ADMU beMo
to buy $35, OBO 941-485-2540
NEW ENGLAND Patriots vs
t n 2D6olp2hilns 19041042736 x5s6S8ec-
OVERHEAD PROJECTOR Great

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PARROT CAGE, large black iron
24 x 24 x 58 1/2 on stand
w/rollers. $125 941-740-2305
PROPANE TANK 5 gal. newer
valve $10. (941)876-4143 or
931-252-2679
SCOOTER, 4 wheel chain saw,
guitar, violin, button box, accor-
dion, plano, 3 wheel scooter.
Call 941-629-5059.
TELEPHONE, Harley Davidson
motorcycle 15 inches long, lots
of detail. $35. 941-423-2585
WAfTS PREMIER UNDER SINK
5 STAGE REV OSMOSIS WATER
SYS $100, OBO 941-766-8727

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BUY/TRADE
6270


A t rEugs, p tTngNs furs ,
watches, coin/stamp collections,
silverware, anything old.
941-993-8587


BUYING GOLD COINS and pre
1965 US sliver coins. 15
$15 978-771-3608

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$13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
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2005 JEEP WRANGLER, 6 cyl.
Auto, AC, 1 owner, 77K. New
tires. $12,995. 941-979-9331

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2006 JEEP LIBERTY 2WD
sport, red, 7,525 mi. $14,999
877-219-9139 DLR
2007 JEE1P7 W9R8ANGLER
Dealer Stock #: 6928P
941-257-0083 DIr
2007 JEEP WRANGLER 2 dr
4WD, X, white, 52,219 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
MERCURY
7100


1994 MERCURY TRACER 4 DR
Sedan 274000dmid c RWADI)
season tire whit autoyera/c
pwr brakes, wr loc s, pw/seats,
pwr win, ABS, rear defogger, runs
great new front tires cy
dt 6k tSo 3n3real
1998 MERCURY SABLE LS, 4
dr. AC, V6, auto, fully loaded, air
bags, keyless entry, new tires,
84K orig. miles, senior owned,
out5r3a80e0dj94Ex8c82-8 -
2006 MERCURY GRAND Marquis
4 dr sedan, LS, silver, 44,041 mi.
$14,999. 877-2199139 DLR
2008 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS SILVER $15,977


PONTIAC
7130


1998 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE
SE Auto, full powerV6, 59k act
miles, Exc cond. $3,995 OBO
941-626-3674

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2800070 Pont 00G6, loaded.
Lifetime gine warr. Call Ed,
941-480-0309 or 650-2065 DIr.
2009 PONTIAC G6
$11,598
Dealer Stock #: 6924P
941-257-0083 DIr


7135


PRO-POWER
AUTO SALES
(941) 627-8822
USPEADRTSATURENRSACLEES
"THE SATURN GUYS"
98 SL1 Sedan................$1,999
00 SL2 Sedan................$3,895
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06 Ion Sedan..................$7,299
09 Aura Sedan..........$11,995
09 Aura Sedan..........$12,295
03 Vue........................$6,199
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All rated over 30 MPG

SCION
7130


2006 SCION XB
$8,998
Dealer Stock #: 1005B
941-257-0083 DIr
2009 SCION XB
SILVER $15,977

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ACURA
7145


2003 ACURA TL
BEIGE $9,988

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auto, blue, 12,461 mi. $26,999.
877-219-9139 DLR


2000 MAZDA MIATA



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2003 MAZDAN 64dsean, S,
auoblc, 7,68mi$999
877-19-913908 DLR
2006 MISAZD MALTIA
REDVE $15,988


2008 MAZDAN MALTIA M- r
conertile prt autok red 21,089
mi. 199987-219-9139 DLR


2005 MNI COOPER 2 dr o-
v erti le, S, blck, 24,631 mi.
$9,99 7-219-9139 DLR



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EX L, nay, auto, red, 57,515 mi.
$21,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr
EX-L, auto, red, 22,732 mi.
$24,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr
EX L, auto, slate green, 52,614
mi. $19,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr
EX L, auto, slate green, 41,345
mi. $23,999. 877-219-9139 DLR


2001 AUDI A6 4 dr sedan, QTR,
auto, silver, 88,791 mi. $11,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2006 AUDI A8L
GRAY $49,988
a a a -
: : *
2008 AUDI S4
CONVERTIBLE GRAY $44,988


BMW
7148


S2LOV0E3RBMW,9Z848


2009 BMW 3 SERIES
$28,598 BLUE
9D41r S2t5k7#b6098531DIr

HONDA
7160


1998 HONDA CIVIC 4 door
d 8. 8 a7c2ki9-9163990DOLOR mi.
2000 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
EX, auto, gold, 76,809 mi,
$8,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
2001 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
LX auto Id, 78,716 mi'
$8,999. 877 2019-9139 DLR '
2003 HONDA CIVIC 4 door
sedan, silver, 63,865 mi,
$9,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, EX, V6, auto, silver, 63,514
mi. $13,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 HONDA ACCORD 2 dr
coupe, EX, auto, silver, 80,718
mi. $12,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, LX, auto, gray, 68,979 mi.
$12,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, EX L, auto, silver, 38,539
mi. $16,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, VP, auto, silver, 80,140

0 H9N A d1r3c90uDpLeR
LX, auto, gray, 97,401 mi.
$10,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan
LX, auto, gray, 78,505 mi
$11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, EX, auto, black, 29,618
mi. $14,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, EX, V6, auto, bronze, 42,375
mi. $18,999. 877219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, EX L, auto, gold, 35,758
mi. $18,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
dan,9SE ,1b ,379,5D4L1R mi.
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
d6 9S9E,8 o,19b eb4 6R80 mi.
2007 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr coupe,
EX, manual, black, 45,039 mi.
$14,999 877-219-9139 DLR

067sHONDA CIV ck2 4d ,723

0$1H 9N A87C 9d1r3s9edDaLnR
EX, auto, blue, 23,537 mi.
$15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
LX, auot, black, 51,827 mi.
$13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR

me $ 2 9XO .97 91D

e0d HEDAutACC20R6D944
$22,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, EX L, V6, tan, 3,899 mi.
$23,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, LX, auto, 19,976 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, LX, auto, silver, 55,928
mi. $13,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr, EX
2n9a9ut%7whdtle9d nDdL earl,
2008 HONDA ACCORD, 4 dr
sedan, EX L, black, 16,574 mi.
$22,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ACCORD, 4 dr
sd ,8,L9X9 t70,21r 1 R
2008 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr coupe
EX L, auto, silver, 48,230 mi.
$16,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr coupe,
EX L, nay, auto, black, 25,955
mi. $17,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr coupe,
LX, auto, blue, 39,167 mi.
$13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
EX, auto, gray, 43,033 mi.
$15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
SI, manual, silver, 17,138 mi.
$19,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC, 2 dr
coupe, EX, auto, blue, 35,697 mi.
$15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA FIT 5 dr hatch-
back, manual, 22,359 mi.
$13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA FIT 5 dr hatch-


back, sport, auto, blue, 38,315
mi. $15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA FIT 5 dr hatch-
back, sport, auto, blue, 26,262
mi. $13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA FIT, 5 dr, 5 speed
manual, silver, 19,050 mi.
$13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR


2009 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
sedan, LX P, white, 11,763 mi.
$19,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2009 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
DX VP, auto, white, 12,751 mi.
$14,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2009 HONDA FIT 4 dr hatch-
back, sport, auto, blue, 13,373
mi. $16,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2009 HONDA FIT 4 dr hatch-
back, Sport, auto, blue, 23,646
mi. $16,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA ACCORD 2 dr
coupe, LX S, silver, 5,625 mi.
$21,995. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr
d4 99 8L77-sil9 13499 R mi.

e0dla0, VH60NEDXALA ORD234mir
$27,950. 877-2199139 DLR
2010 HONDA ACCORD 5 dr,
0 50 8Li7-2plo h1 9 D tal,
2010 HONDA FIT 4 dr hatch-
back, auto, silver, 2,894 mi.
$16,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA FIT 4 dr hatch-
back, auto, tidewater blue, 96 mi.
877-219-9139 DLR

n[0rtHONDArlNSIG1H1T215 2
$19,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
HYUNDAI
7163


2005 HUYNDAI ACCENT GLS,
5spd. Only 43,800 mi. $3900.
tl4m8e0-0 0 r rO 20C6a51 D d, -
2006 HYUNDAI SONATA GL,
blue, 66,341 mi. $11,999 877-
219-9139 DLR
2007 HYUNDAI ACCENT 3 dr
hatchback, GS, auto, red, 26,197
mi. $9,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HYUNDAI SONATA 4 dr
sedan, GLS, XM, auto, silver, 45,139
mi. $12,999. 8772199139 DLR
2009 HYUNDAI ACCENT 3 dr
hatchback, auto, GS, red, 10,561
mi.$11,999.8772199139DLR

3990H NeDG rmSONATA,
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G
2010 HYUNDAI SONATA
$15,990. Gene Gorman
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G

INFINITE
7165


2000 INFINITI 130 4 dr sedan,
beige, 82,976 mi. $8,988. 877-
219-9139 DLR
2006 INFINITE M35
SILVER $19,988
* *

u0t07re 5235m dr2 9u9
877-219-9139 DLR
2007 INFINITE M35
WHITE $27,977


2006 TOYOTA CAMRY 4 DR
Sedan, 100,400 mi, 4 cyl.,
FWD, automatic, 4 seat, AM/FM
cassette/CD player, XLE, white'
auto, a/c, alarm, pwr brakes'
pwr locks, pwr seats, pwr steer
ing, pwr win, cruise, keyless, air
bag, ABS, leather, alloy wheels,
heated seats, tilt, tinted glass,
sunroof, rear defogger, This car
ibsrainn excellent s bnrdio w
rotors. 24 CITY/ 34 HWY. Regu-
lar maintenance and CARFAX
report upon request.
$11,600, OBO 919-610-1434
2006 TOYOTA SOLARA



2009 TOYOTA COROLLA
SILVER $12,988
















































2 3004 CSWA398ET +
Deale Sok #: 1032A

941-669257 008


$1399 87-29-13 DLR MK

2008 VOLKSWAGEN NEW
BEETL COUPLIE.$12,598 5


RED $39,988
..
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t 4ou g aNt3,5 ye2 d3r6
mi. $21,999 877-219-9139 DLR

1MKAZ A 1M9,A5TOA0 MX5,
941-875-9807
SAAB
7206


2000 SAAB 9-3 2 dr convert
ible, SE, manual, red, 85,260 mi.
$5,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
TOYOTA



1999 TOYOTA CAMRY
$6990. Gene Gorman
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G
1999 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 dr
sedan, CE, auto, white, 83,263
mi. $5,988. 877-219-9139 DLR


2003 JAGUAR S-TYPE



2004 JAGUAR $12,990
Ge~n~elG6 m-n 0 eer.
2006 JAGUAR S-TYPE
Dealer St~ock99# 6990P
941-257-0083 DIr
2006 JAGUAR S-TYPE
WHITE $21,988

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2006 JAGUAR X-TYPE
BLUE $21,988


2008 JAGUAR XJL
SILVER $42,988












20010 JAGUA R XF
SILVER0 $47,98 Gra




Brestofer. 941-735-7761 P


=--- ***** **** *-
104k mi, 6cyl, non smoker, Sr owned
$5,200/obo. 941423-1921
2003 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 dr
sedan, S, auto, silver, 145,406 mi.
$5,988 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 dr
sedan, CE, auto, white, 54,833
mi. $11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 TOYOTA CAMRY
$11,498
Dealer Stock #: 10044A
941-257-0083 DIr
2006 TOYOTA AVALON 4 dr
sedan, XL, auto, blue, 64,451 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 dr
sedan, LE, auto, black, 58,831
mi. $13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 TOYOTA SOLAR 2 dr
convt, SE, V6, auto, silver, 15,501
mi, $23,999. 877-219-9139 DLR


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.. .. .. . ._
-. 18' LARSON 2005, blue & white,
15.2' BONITA 1991, 90 hp John- less than 30 hrs, Volvo Penta
son motor, plus trailer, Clean inboard $13,000 941-268-3974
$2,500 941-627-6002


Yamaha, live bait well, $4,995
Call 941-815-8818





22' HURRICANE 2003 Sundeck
21.7' 140 Hp Johnson, well main-
tained. $16,000. 941-743-8055





M
22' HURRICANE DECK BOAT
trailer, 115 Yamaha motor, well
maint. Fully loaded. $16,000.
941-637-7572 or 941-268-5510.


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BOATS-POWERED
7330







12'6" SEA EAGLE Sport Run-
about, 25HP Yamaha, Floor
Board, Bimini Top, Extras. Encl.
Trlr. $3,200 941-223-0055


BOATS-POWERED


BOATS-POWERED


250hp Yamaha, HPDI, 210 hrs.






Cstom Ttop trailerra, ectonis,
$65K ewo auskin $39500.



23'omac 1"u MAO otantrailer,
ol. Fully loaed. Bimin Topt.
Grealet fshing bot Locatdy in
Lago. $5,500443-95-7319
23'YDR SPRT,21002.


17.5' GLASTRON Bowrider 19' HURRICANE 2006, 115
2001, clean, many options, CG Yahama 4 stroke, under 50 hour,
equip. very well maint, low hrs. Mint condition. $24,000 OBO
must see. 941-374-3744 or 941-286-3793
$5,200 941-505-4081


_ _ -
Console. 200hp Yamaha 4
stroke, warr until 2013. Low
hours. Like new condition.
Trail 5 o94m y6o9p9i s to


L, 1/O, doub~le prop, $10,500,


300 HP, F/1, full cabin, lift kept, 26' 1997
nice, $17,900 941-613-1903 Boat, low he
$8,900 941


a-, son, un...........r oa
Force engine, low miles,
water ski edition, well kept.
bikini cpta ed9d7C 3r OTrail-


17.' SEARAY SORT 2009
Borught ne,24hrs, gary ge kepts,
E cndaid42165i4 01,50,




Traile $68 094-29-650


500hrs. SSProp. TTop 02 Alum Trl.
Extras $13,500 941-698-9665 21 PRO-LINE Sport Fisher 1999

t ilel994 BAYI.INER2%h0re0buiOt OHOO, rO 94S1S r ,75t4ailer,
5262 Lovett. NP 941-268-2121

u ANGL5Eh0RO n1te6rH2P7


2M dCH2A4P5ASRSRIAL 200 OCuddy


Own ~T~~~~:o"' 1 tst it


21' SEAl-UX ZUUb, lbUnp IVler
cury, Like New. 200 hrs. Loaded
Blue Tooth, HiDef Sonar, Radar,
Chart plotter x3, $29,900 OBO.
941-544-4914


14 11tis IA isulvKAY Yontoon
boat, 2005, 25 HP Tohatsu, bimi-
ni top, cover, electric start, exc
cond. $8,200 941-698-2430
14' GAMEFISHER, casting
deck, 25hp Johnson, trolling
motor, trailer & more. $2,000.
941-627-5777
15' BASS BOAT with trailer, 40
HP Evinrude, older boat, never in
6a ,03 8boat $1500. OBO


Volvo Penta, trailer & cover $800


22, 00 ohso Oen ro 5 uy91 e nl9cana


HP Evinrude, 98 TRLR, needs
some tlc, 1st offer over $4,000
20' CC, AQUASPORT 200 Clas takes it. 941-255-0381 aft 3 pm
sic, 2000-200 HPDI, Yahama
extras, $5,500 cash 863-990-5252
20' COBIA DECK BOAT WITH
150 YAHAMA MOTOR, WITH
TRAILER $3,500 941-468-0775 -
5 F -
21'2" SWEETWATER TRITON
'07 90HP Yam. 4 stroke, loaded,
.. new trlr. $14,000 941-889-7518

20' FIBERGLASS DECK BOAT
350 VO Too much to list. Asking
$3,250. 941-979-9081.

22' 2000 AQUASPORT 225
Explorer Walkaround: 200HP
Evinrude, cabin, bikini $17,000.
941-505-7269


24' REGAL'97 Deck Boat, Kebuilt 2 ENYNT~ is s


15' GHEENOE Go Green! Electric rcTy5 tiOhNtr I LGa m nbGN
Torqeedo Base Travel 801 with 2- AM/FM CD player, live well, cool-
105 amp hour batteries, used er Seats, power pole, low hours,
less than 50 hrs. Boat, motor and Excellent condition $15,500 OBO
trailer. $1,950 OBO. 941-475-5372
941-380-5397


....... _.... _,
2000, MC 5.0L I/O, GPS, FF, full
canvas, many extras, great cond,
$19,800 941-697-7888
24.5' AQUASPORT 1994, Cain
& fiberglass top, 225 Evinrude,
anchor winch, trim tabs, radio,
fish finder, live bait well, large
cockpit, cover & more. Great fish-
ing boat, professionally maint.
$10,000 941-697-7029


new ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ IV uI.Irnyuu u.


ZUUU, 115 Yamana 4 slK. t.1-1


26' SHAMROCK EXPRESS FWC


18' MAVERICK, 2008 Yamaha
150 4 Stroke. 300 hrs. Jack
plate. Power pole, 24 V trolling
motor, batt. charger & Ameritrail-
er w/swing hitch. Exc. shape.
$29,900. 941-639-6440


16' 2000 PALM BEACH WHITE
CAP CC, 70HP Johnson, galv.
trailer, bikini & live well, exc.
cond. $5,450, OBO
941-716-6792
16' PAI..M Beach Whitecap 161 w
bikini, ladder, trailer, 50HP, swing
away torque, <20 hrs, garaged,
trailer, GPS. $8,500 941-473-9766





M
17' 1989 BOSTON WHALER
MONTAUK 1 owner, completely
lockb n nPVr gSeFk pt.o90HIRisd
seat covers. Alum. trailer, out
standing cond. $7950.
(941)-830-2415


350/5.7 Engine, T-top, Hoist


water cannuum v-curve,
200HP EFI. Merc. Very fast
Runs and Looks great. Fresh
tags on boat and NEW trailer.
NnB e GOreabcPo 1-
239-823-9504


m, lully mulwa lian inner,
new batteries, kept on lift
anchorcombo stove alc/elec.
beui n tbo ,ry h ernicr smk
570-575-5633





27' MAYCRAFT DUAL station,
fully rigged, twin Johnson
O/b's. + Many extras
A m00r0 941 5tr


25' 1998 SPORTCRAFT Walka-


-- .. ........
Merc, 5 hrs, custom canvas, dual
trailer. $4,950 941-697-8313





20' SUNCHASER PONTOON
Smokercraft 50 hp Honda engine,
low hours. w/warranty. Like new
cond. $12,000 941-544-0144


very seaworthy, waterman's spe-






25' GLASTRON GS249, AC,
GleHead, Electronics &
MORdE!' $17,995. 941-698-9846


Mercury, 100hrs, Minikota
troll motor, bikini, Garmin GPS
& FF, VHF, trlr w power winch
$22,500/OBO 401-525-6677


is' SeaArk Mod-V Jon


1990, 73. 1/O Tew Ta
update cabin, clean well main-
tained. $18,900 OBO. See @
Cape Haze Mar. (941) 473-1613.





28' 2001 SEA SPRITE aft cabin,
310 dual prop AC, GPS, bridge
encl. elec. head, full Ile 45
mph, only 90 hrs. lift pt, exc.
cond. $28,500. 941-639-7890.


Ilke new trailer. Center console,


1/' I-OUKWINNS 1990, full


Cy...r me~, ..p n r.


Center Consol, 256 hrs.
2004 Advance 257 Twin
Yamaha 4 stroke 150's
Excell. C4ond90LOift kept
Cell 410-908-5098


17' POLAR SALTWATER SKIFF
full 8' beam. Bimini, Garmin GPS,
;
v ewren, Ht 2a adha a ,3 Fli t2001 r n
$10,800. 941
-


ded OpH r toredO
with 140hrs. Air/heat, full enclosure,
GarminGPSISONARVHFwindlass,
vaculflush head, double V-berth, aft
double berth. LOA 28' 10",
PRISTINE with MAJOR WARRANTY
SEPT. 2012. 941-839-9467


5 Hr 20 e o g0e.
941- 474-2426
g


mercruiser 38hrs, thru-hull exst,
wet bar, head, ski tower. 6 yr
warr. Dry stored/marina.
$58,000 941-544-8834.


Inboard/Outboard. Only 65 hrs.
on engine. Garage kept. Show
room condition w/ trailer. Only
asking for 8,500. 941-766-8075
or 941-286-8361
17.6' 1987 STARCRAFT Bass
Boat fully equipped, MinnKo-
ta trolling motor, remote con-
trol. all new batteries, on
board charger, 88 Evinrude,
Float on trailer, Very good
cond. $2750. 863-494-4620


SrOTe ana, alu ,93 ler 1T ri9 a


c, man-n my mus c-cuu
HP Merc. Optimax SW low hrs SS
props full head RayNay C-120 VHF
Exc cond. $39,500 941-6979254
28' CARVER EXPRESS, good
condition, twin engine, on trailer
$4,500/080 or trade for pon-
toon boat. 443-622-7887


PONTOON 40hp Mercury, Big


Is~ moViIY BAYuivNt uum~oara,


q~ut sl uu -ue aa


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BOATS-POWERED


BOATS-POWERED


BOATS-POWERED


25' WELLCRAFT 1 rebuilt engine
low hours, AC/Radar, exc. cond.
many extras. $9500. 637-6295


son salt water series, low hrs, trail-
er, MINT $11,900 941575-2742

,e .



18' SEA RAY SPORT, 2005
Like New cond. only 44 Hr. 134
k r /00dnOcl 9r4rdqio,0e)t





SUNCOAST BOATING


Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2010


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729 OD 10 X/a

2007 HNDA ODSSEY dir,


EXL, autCho e deset rock 45m,94

iEX Lvares A, auto, grays, 33,710
mig.$2,9. 877-29-913 DLR ca.Ee o
aT ourig, ay, auto, belack 47,582
mi.ue $24,99. 87-37-219-913 DLR


BOATS-POWERED


BOATS-POWERED
7330







39' 1986 ALUM MARIONETTE
250HP Diesels, freshwater,
light, fast & fuel efficient. Two
heads, shower. AC/Heat, GPS,
AP, gen., radar, inverter. $84,900
815-238-5165 Pics Avail.


SAILBOATS


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Risers Ne Canvas New Uphol
ow..r stery GPS..ETC NieVsel it
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$699" AB MustSee oat $24000


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25' MACGREGOR SAILBOAT
1980, swing keel, $3000. OBo
v. msg 207-326-4761


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40' DEFEVER TRAWLER 1980,
ieselwnaet rf las$8de0kOs0
941-639-2003 or 231-218-9920


2 dCA4 S INeAto1k5eHI R ar
Genoa $4400 Call 941-766-1791


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6F, RB sIr rgr 1 5
converter.$4,999.941-505-2076


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fish 2000 Twin 430 HP Diesels, 8


Datalina ou, tall rig, wing Keel, gps
plotter, auto pilot, depth, 2
dinghies, new batteries, new main-
sail, much new equipment, very
sharp interior and exterior. Price
Reduced-$29,900. 941-662-7874


cosle -ZSu, air a generator,


STAMPS HARD TOP
Twin 4 stroke 140 Suzuki's. Long
an es d sfue tanks, VGHP
Recent head and holding tank.
New canvas, new bottom paint,
elec. anchor winch, 2 anchors,
dock lines, life vests, flares,
hredsrhwater shower aft end
y c steering, remote spo j
light. plus very good alum. twc
axle trailer. $19,000. Call 941
505-1512.

SAILBOATS


31' TIARA OPEN, 2000
Pos dit best eq ipped &
$400k Invested
Asking Only $159K
to recieve fax or email with
complete details.
Call 941-575-5141




32' WELLCRAFT MARTINQUE


cats $75,000 also 50ft. boat slip
$225,000 OBO Englewood
941-915-2714
Charlotte RV & Marine
Sales & Repairs
Florida's largest indoor pre-
owned boat showroom,
Consignments wanted:
We'll sell your boat for FREE
Full-service Repairs:
insurance claims, engine, electrl-
cal, hull, trailers.
US 41 at Kings Hwy,
Port Charlotte (941) 883-5555
www.CharlotteMarine.com


36' 1998 CARVER Mariner
3e ct Tw Mem Cr r AII
$110,000 941-255-5311


on3 u sto; osum.


38' BAYLINER. MY. Twinl75 HP


34' HUNTER, 2000, Pristine, many
upgrades, in-mast furling in PGI lift
$75,000 firm. bill@rmcfam.org '

PERSONAL
WATER VEHICLES
7332


a9t7r, eAMCAon ,nture 760,to3
w/Trailer.$2,500941-475-7170
MISC. BOATS
mooo
1000


8.5' BOSS DINGHY 2HP OB,
Weaver davits, bikini. $1,800
941-639-2803


1~ L 'bNWPn sa stad


32' WELLCRAFT SPORTFISH,


T/370 Mercs, 325 hrs, top elec-
nnicske nnew2b ts, ntmlry ,
vas, new bottom 7/10, and much
more, $159,900 OBO, PG, owner
motivated, 501-538-7878

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22' CATALINA, 1977, pop-up
cabin, 2 sails, retractable, keel,
all necessary hardware & rigging
included, $1,600 941-575-2481


32', 1986 TROJAN, new 350


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2001 DODG AOTA TCC 131
WB ive,19,971m.$698
877-219-9139 DLR



2001 NISSAN FRONTERXE
$690 7-16,9-93 L
2002 GM StONOM 3: door
$6988.87-219-9139 DLR
2002 TOYOT TACOMADRE
$11,990Gen Gorma
2003 CHEW 10, WTHAC


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BOATS-POWERED


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IN OUR NEWSPAPERS, OUR
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and ask about our
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excellent condition, $450. Call
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TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
7300


2007 TOYOTA TUNDRA
Dealer St #9810304A
941-257-0083 DIr
2008 DODGE DAKOTA
$15,698 WHITE
DIr Stk 6996P
941-257-0083 DI r
2008 NISSAN TITAN
$20,998
Dealer Stock #: 10358A
941-257-0083 DIr

SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305

1997 Suburban 2500 4 x 4
$7,990 Gene Gorman
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G
1998 DODGE DURANGO 4 dr
4WD, black 144,306 mi.
$4,988. 877-419-9139 DLR

998auHt ,NDA CR-V95,1 82Wm
$5,988. 877-219-9139 DLR

1497959DCHE OBLn r t
1-800-470-0650 dlr
999 HONDA CR-V,453,d1r 54WD,
$5,9 nu877-219-9139 DLR mi.
2001 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER 4
dr, 4WD, V6, auto, white, 65,912
mi. $13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2003 FORD EXPEDITION 4x4,
e2 90.9G4e73G90 3 P.G
2003 HONDA PILOT 5 door,
silver, 73,431 mi. $11,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2003 HONDA PILOT 5 dr, 4WD,
EX L, res, auto, red, 71,808 mi.
$15,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2003 HYUNDAI SANTA FE 4 dr,
FWD, GLS, auto, silver, 74,627 mi.
$10,999. 877-2199139 DLR
2003 TOYOTA SEQUOIA Limit
ed, gray, 97,703 mi. $14,988.
877-219-9139 DLR
2004 CHRYSLER PACIFICA
auto, loaded cold ac economical 3rd
row seat $77500bo. 941-7632035
2004 Ford Explorer Sports
Trac. Loaded. $9900.
m8e0e0n3 9eowa 0 6E5dDIr.
2004 HONDA PILOT, 5 dr,
4WD, LX, auto, gray, 89,749 mi.
$11,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 HYUNDAI SANTA FE
White, 50,600 mi, Super
Clean, Tan Inter. Clean Car
Fax. $10,500 941-276-0886
2004 JEEP GRAND CHERO-
KEE, $12,990. Gene Gorman
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G


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2007 HYNDSAI PTUCSON 4x4
$1,90.Gee oran
Prme.941-639-7008 P.G
2007 TOYOTAN RAV 4 r,2D
$1,99.87-29-93 DR
DEXLnayr autok gren 23,51
mi $4,99 7-219-9139 DLR
2008 CHONDALEMET 5 dr, 2
W D, lEX auto k siler 11,91 i.
$0999.87-219-9139 DLR
2008 CHONDA LEMET 5 dr,

$0999.87-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDAILOTC 5 r, W,
mi.$24999 8477-29-93DR
208 ONA PILT 5dr, WD,


CYCLES/MOPEDS/


SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305

2005 EXPLORER SPORT
TRAC $14,990. Gene Gorman
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G
CO& K
2005 FORD EXPEDITION XI..T
Leather, new tires, 51k mi.
Tow Pkg. Exc. cond. $18,000
941-637-7572 or 268-5510
2005 FORD tEXPL80R3ER 4
$10,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 LEXUS RX 330 4 dr,
FWD, belge, 43,809 mi. $21,999
877-219-9139 DLR
2005 MAZDA TRIBUTE
$10,990. Gene Gorman '
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G
2006 GRAND CHEROKEE
$14 90.9G4e73G90 3 P.G

2006 HONDA CR-V 5 dr, 2WD,
EX, auto, silver, 65,862 mi.
$15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA PILOT 5 dr, 2WD,
EX-L, auto, red, 71,310 mi.
$17,999 877-219-9139 DLR

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2006auKtlA SORENTO 4 d902W
$11,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 NISSAN PATHFINDER 4
dr, LE, 4WD, silver, 56,566 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 Nissan Pathfinder 4x4,
$18,990 Gene Gorman
Premier. 941-639-7300 P.G
2006 NISSAN PATHFINDER
SILVER $18,988
.

2007 HONDA CR-V 5 dr, 2WD
EX L, auto, silver, 43,763 mi.
$21,999 877-219-9139 DLR

2007auHtONDAacCkR-V735 2dr,42W
$15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA CR-V 5 dr, 2WD,
LX, auto, blue, 23,215 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA CR-V 5 dr, 2WD,
LX, auto, silver, 29,610 mi.
$17,999 877-219-9139 DLR

2007a HtONDA PR-V195 5d234W
$22,999.877-219-9139DLR
2007 HONDA ELEMENT 5 dr,
4WD, EX, auto, gray, 26,021 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA PILOT 5 dr, 2WD
EX-L, nay, blue, 55,856 mi'
$20,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA PILOT 5 dr, 2WD,
LX, auto, silver, 43,274 mi.
$19,999. 877-219-9139 DLR


2006 Yahama Roadliner S Cus-
tom show bike. Only 900 miles,
Better than new, over $4,000 in
Chrome and extras. $11,500
Call Gene at 941-586-5202
2008 SCOOTER, 49 CC
1600 mi, $800. 941-474-1637
2009 HONDA Shadow 750,
1500K Mi, bought for $6300 but
will sell for $5,000, garaged,
(941)-497-6145 ask for Ken
2009 KAWASAKI KLX250S St
legal or off road. Under 800mi
Must sell $2450. 941-4680452
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2008 Road
Glide, Red, 5K mi. Extras.
$12.500/obo. (941)-255-8615
HERITAGE SOFTAIL STOCK
EXHAUST & EXTRA PERF. MUF-
FLERS EX. $200. 9416267682
VERUCCI MOTOR SCOOTER
vip2e0r0 u 6 ( t)-5nO41

ATV
7365


80cc 4 wheelers (2) 1 pink 1
blue. just need batteries. $499
both 276-0906
ATV TIRES 2 @ AT25x10x12 in
good shape $20.00 each or
$35.00 for both
POLARIS RANGER 2008, 4x4,
700XP, exc. cond. Adult driven.
$8900/obo. (941)-456-8571

CAMPERS/
TRAVEL TRAILERS
7370


EQQ K
2004 GULF STREAM 32' w/12,
ic teod 2ul0xL al .Gana
50LO bo(6ali) 76 9 rk.
Charlotte RV Center
Great selection of pre-owned
RVs! Buy Sell Trade Financing
We'll sell your RV FREE! Ask
about our marketing. Repairs -
Maintenance Parts Body Shop
US 41 at Kings Hwy., Pt. Charlotte.
(941) 883-5555
www.CharlotteRVcenter.com


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RA ILOAT TRAILER
06' TRAIL-N-SAIL MODEL
RKGSK 2400LBS NET TOW
CAP. IN ENGLEWOOD CALL
(863)660-4177
TRAILER 4X8 open trailer. Good
cond $100 941-661-0054
TRAILER 5X8 heavy duty utility
with extra tire $175
941-204-6760
TRAILER, Big Tex 2002, 4x8
lank dec d t '
0$475. 94 wim6di6t, spare Ire.
UTILITY TRAILERS Great Prices
WEST COAST TRAILER
(941)698-9902

CYCSLCEOSOMEORPSEDS/
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1982 Honda Goldwing Aspen-
cade, 15k miles, $2,480 OBO
941-536-8844
1986 YAMAHA VIRAGO 700 CC
25k, cstm paint, new tires, carbs,
batteries, lines. $1900. OBO.
Runs great 941-473-3695
1999 Harley Electra Glide Stan-
dard, Black, runs strong, $7,000
Let's Talk. 941-626-1520
1999 HARLEY FXSTC Softail,
Red & black, Excellent condition,
One owner, 16,750 mileage,
$8,000, Selling got a new bike.
Call 941-426-8177


2001 FAT BOY, fuel injection,
5K00mil ,1 c8u7 9m7paint job,
2002 HONDA SILVERWING, 600
cc, trailer Included, transferable

tags5$3,500Bfirm3941N629-6767530
Furta5bl250bik9e41t r86333500

2005 Honda VTX1300. Cus-
tom paint, lots of chrome, 2300
miles, like new. $5,400 OBO.
Days 698-7535
Eves 941-429-0642
2008 HD SPRINGER SOFTAIL
Cross Bones, $3000 in extras,
$15,000. (219)-229-2255


PLATINUM
Quality built by people who
care. Choice of floor plans,
RV WORLD I C.S F NOKOMIS
211904U1S9461, MIS


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7341

BOAT TRAILER 12 foot boat
trailer $150 941-457-4423

TraqlPr T aiEePHtOhe & liir ng.
Two-Morrow's Enterprises,
9414609700.


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Additions Kitchens & Baths
Remodeling Interior Trim Work
Custom Homes
LeVe-IssetJr
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941-270-1693
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Countertops
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Satisfied Customers
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Talent explosion
Join John Scalzi, Julie Milton, Richard Storm and me at7 p.m.
Saturday in Sarasota for the annual talent explosion at The
Players Theatre, 838 North Tamiami Trail.
We are the judges for this year's event. Simon Cowell was
unavailable.
If the names are familiar it is because you see Scalzi daily on
ABC Channel 7 out of Sarasota; read Milton's Scene magazine
monthly (she is the editor) and never miss a concert by the Key
Chorale, represented by Storm. Scene is the oldest magazine in the
area and also a staunch supporter of The Players, the oldest the-
ater in the area and the second-oldest in the state.This year marks
its 81st season, which I think makes it older than the combined
ages of its managing director Michelle Pingle and its artistic director
Jeffery Kin.
Explosion contestants include some of the Sarasota area's
most talented individuals and groups of all ages. I know that from
personal experience. I was there last year. It is not easy to decide if
a singer is better than a juggler or an acrobat. It is especially difficult
given the variety of talent along the Cultural Coast. In addition to
technique, style and originality, these contestants are judged on
creativity, charisma and personality They also must stay within a
three-minute limit.
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or disagree with the judges. Consider that we all come at this from
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PROVIDED BY TURNING LEAF
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Center Theater are proud to present their
third and final show of their Sizzling Sum-
mer Series. This spectacular evening will
feature a top-notch vocalist out of Boston -
Jimmy Mazz in "Cruisin' thru the '50s" This
show will take place on at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 21
at The Cultural Center Theater, 2280 Aaron
St., Port Charlotte.
Take a musical ride thru the entire decade
re-living the great music of the'50s, and enjoy
everything from beautiful crooner ballads carried
over from the 40'sto Bobby Sox tunes and the
brewing motors and black leather jackets of the
birth of Rock N' Roll.
Mazz covers great artists like Patti Paige,
Dean Martin, Tony Bennett, Bobby Darin, Sam
Cooke, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Dion, Elvis
Presley, Fats Domino, Chubby Checker, Patsy
Cline, Chuck Berry and Bill Haley, just to name
a few. And as usual, look for a few surprises in
Jimmy's show. There's always something fun
going on in addition to great singing.
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selection of music is the key. Combined with
his ability to sound like an original artist in
many cases, his voice is rich and elegant.
And his visual performance and relaxed
antics really entertains. Through his interest-
ing song selection, amusing trivia, candid
humor and great charisma, his shows are
truly memorable.
He can have you laughing and crying
in the same song. Mazz's very warm and
genuine personality makes every show
personal and appealing to folks of all ages.
His unique ability to mimic the original artist
truly shows the talent of this diverse per-
former. Whether performing on the veranda
at an elegant dinner theater on the moonlit
coast of Florida, the Promenade Deck of an


International Cruise Ship, Mazz conducts the
evening with class, elegance, enthusiasm
and charm. He's performed at Fenway Park,
Basketball Hall of Fame, Six Flaggs New
England, and many major venues includ-
ing hotels and theaters, banquet facilities
and Country Clubs across the country, and
around the world.
Tickets for "Cruisin' thru the '50s" can be
purchased at The Cultural Center Box Office
conveniently located at 2280 Aaron Street in
the heart of Port Charlotte. Seating is $12


per ticket and is reserved.
The office is open from 9am to 4pm week-
days and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays.
Call 941-625-4175 ext. 222 for additional
information or to place an order over the
phone. Visa and MasterCard are accepted.
Turning Leaf Productions also has an
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finalists and then down to the top three, it was
Dwight Icenhower from Orlando, Florida, who im-
pressed the judges the most and walked
away the winner. Dwight Icenhower has
performed all over the United States
and recently finished tours in China and
Japan.
He has won a myriad of other "Elvis
Awards" too numerous to mention. He has shared
the stage with personal friends of Elvis, including
DJ Fontana, The Jordanaires, The Sweet Inspira-
tions, Cynthia Pepper, Julie Parrish,
Charlie Hodge and Joe Esposito.
He is considered in an elite group of the best
Elvis tribute artists in the world and continues to
awe audiences of all ages, all the while extremely
dedicated to his fans both on and off the stage.
Dwight Icenhower will be performing at Visani
Restaurant at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 24.
Tickets for the show are $12. Visani will be
offering dinner starting at 5 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased by phone by calling
941-629-9191 or in person at Visani Restaurant
at 2400 Kings Highway, Port Charlotte.


PROVIDED BY VISANI RESTAURANT
Elvisfansandsomeofthebest"Elvis"trib-
ute artists from all over the world gathered
at the Las Vegas Hilton from July 14 -17
for the "Heart of the King Fest."a fans festival,
convention and special closing night concert.
Among the daily offerings for fans was a tour
of Elvis dressing room and backstage areas, a
convention room filled with vendors selling all
sorts of Elvis memorabilia and merchandise
including but not limited to jewelry and cloth-
ing, the appearance of several entertainers
and actresses who worked with the King and
those who were his close friends, including
Joe Esposito, Elvis' former road manager and
bodyguard
A competition to pick the best Elvis tribute
artist drew contestants from all over the United
States and as far away as Canada, Scotland and
Australia who showed off their best Elvis moves
and vocal talents in vying for the title and a grand
prize of $10,000.
After whittling away the competition to eleven


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SUN CORRESPONDENT
Audiences will be treated to five perfor-
mances of "doo-wop"music at the Char-
lotte Harbor Events & Conference Center
in Punta Gorda Friday through Saturday.
The 1950s and 60s review, entitled "Remem-
ber Then," will feature hits by some of the era's
biggest names.
Brian Paul, once a member of The Crickets
and now owner of ABBA Entertainment, said he
is excited to bring quality entertainment to the
area and promises a great show.
"We want to bring in the best groups to Punta
Gorda and we have found a great venue in the
Charlotte Harbor Event Center,"he said.
"These groups we have now are ones I
personally represent in my stable. I use them as a
prelude to some of the bigger names like the real
Temptations and the real Platters."
Paul said if the show goes over well, the plan
is to bring bigger acts to the Event Center."But
we need the support of the community and this is
sort of a call to action.We want everyone to come
on out and see a great show and we have kept
the show prices very affordable."
Each show will feature different acts. Friday
night's performance at 8 p.m.will feature William
Citron and Mike Miller. Miller, has performed
for the likes of Bill and Hillary Clinton, along with
Citron, will start the weekend off with classic
doo-wop tunes.
Saturday's matinee at 3 p.m. will feature The
Marvelettes Revue.'They are the first female
group of Motown," Paul said."One of the singers
in the group is an original Marvelettes," Paul said.
The New Supremes is a tribute to Diana Ross
and will be at 8 p.m. Saturday.
The Rhythm Chicks will perform Sunday


afternoon at 3 p.m.and the Temptations Review
will be the finale at 7 p.m. Sunday.
"It will be three days of wonderful music. We
have also worked out a special discount with the
Four Points Sheraton in Punta Gorda for those
who come from out of town."
The Veterans Motor Car Club of America will
have classic cars of the era at the center all three
days."People can see the old T-birds and hotrods
of the day,"he said.
A portion of the proceeds will go to the Boys
and Girls Club of Charlotte County.
"We want the people of Punta Gorda used
to us coming in and entertaining them," he said.
"People need to be entertained out of season -
not just in season. People want affordable quality
entertainment all year long and we are glad to be
coming to do that."
There are several ticket options Paul said, add-
ing that general admission tickets are $15 and
"the best seats in the house"are $40. With the
higher-priced ticket, show attendees will also get
a free buffet, a meet-and-greet with the groups,
photograph opportunities."It is like a VIP party
prior to the concert,"he said."And, you get to sit
in the first five rows."
Those who want to attend all five shows can
do so for $60 general admission and $150 for the
VIP treatment.
For more information or to purchase tickets,
call the Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference
Center ticket office at 941-833-5444, or visit
ABBA Entertainment online at
www.the50sand60smusic.com, or
call 888-413-4443.


Scheduled artists subject to change.


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On the trip Carole Raymond and I took, we got
photos of the new NCL Epic at the Port of Miami,
Fisher Island, a home of the millionaire owner of
Parker Pens, the former home of Sylvester Stal-
lone, the mansion used in the film "Cocoon"and


a pink mansion that once belonged to Elizabeth
Taylor, the bridge to the Venice Islands, Hibiscus
Island and the monumenton Monument Island,
which was built by Carl Fisher in homage to Henry
Flagler, the railroad tycoon credited with much of the
development of the east coast of Florida.
During the narration, which is conducted in
both English and Spanish, we learned that Fisher
made a fortune after building several islands in
Biscayne Bay and selling them and then lost it all
in the Great Depression.
Passing Parrot Island and the Children's Mu-
seum, we got ideas for other road trips in the area.
There is a cash bar on board plus snacks
and souvenirs. Also on board are the cleanest
bathrooms on any ship afloat, including some


of the big cruise ships. On the day of our cruise,
this boat was as clean as if it were brand new
and at least one crew member spent a lot of
time keeping it that even as we cruised. Plan
about three hours, although the cruise itself is
90 minutes dock to dock.You need to be there 30
minutes before sailing time. Also allow some time to
explore the Bayside Market shops which include an
eclectic array of wares as well as restaurants and
a second-floor food court. Area restaurants include
Bubba Gump and the Miami Hard Rock Cafe.
The company also offers combined land
and water tours and discounts for online ticket
purchases.
For information, visit
www.islandqueencruises.com.


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FEATUREs EDITOR
Upgraded museum memberships have
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will have the grand opening of its new museum
on Jan. 11, when the King of Spain will come to
Florida to participate in the dedication of the new
museum. Close to completion, that museum will
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By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR
Imagine sleeping in a tiger cage night after
night.That is but one of the stories told at
Punta Gorda's Military Heritage Museum in a
storefront location within Fishermen's Village.
The story involving the tiger cage may be
the most graphic tale. No side is long enough
to enable an adult to lie down or stand up. All
sides are made of the inch-thick grass. Comfort
is impossible.
The museum's cage is a replica of one which
housed prisoner of war Luis Genardo Chirich-
igno, an American citizen and member of the
U.S. Army's Fifth Special Forces Group. Born in
June 1937, he was captured Nov.2, 1969, and
not released until March 27, 1973. He was shot
down while flying a Cobra helicopter on a rescue
mission.When captured he weighed 201 pounds.
When released, Chirichigno weighed 124
pounds. He is 5 feet, 10 inches tall and weighs
170 pounds these days.
"They would march him around all day and
then shackle him in that at night," museum
executive director Kim Lovejoy said.
The longest side of the cage is less than 6
feet. In addition to being uncomfortable, he never
got proper medical treatment, which resulted
in permanent injuries to his hands.Visit the


museum to learn the complete story and also to
see his "Hanoi Hilton" PJs, which he donated to
the museum.The display of Chirichigno's ordeal
is an important and informative exhibit about that
era of U.S. military history.
Uniforms, weapons, insignia, badges, flags,
personal accounts and more make up the
museum's collection. Some 60,000 items are
on display and include items from the Spanish-
American War to the present-day conflict in the
Middle East.
"We have six storage units filled with stuff,"
Lovejoy added, "including a two and one-half-ton
army truck."
Sustained primarily by donations and a
small grant from Charlotte County, the 501(c) 3
organization is conducting a membership drive.
A single membership is $25 per person. For an
extra $25, donors will receive a coupon booklet
filled with about $1,000 in coupons good at area
businesses, Lovejoy said.
The museum is in Unit 48, Fishermen's Vil-
lage, 1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.
From Interstate 75 Exit 164, take U.S. 17 (Marion
Avenue) west three miles. It is open Monday
through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.and on
Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Admission is free but
donations are encouraged. For information, call
941-575-9002.


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By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR
New ideas and the name Thomas Alva
Edison go hand in hand.
The latest news from the former
winter home of the late inventor includes an
end-of-summer deal for Southwest Florida
residents.
The Edison & Ford Winter Estates will
welcome resident adults for $10 and children
6-12 for $5.50 to tour the homes, the gardens
and the laboratory. from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Aug. 21.
A driver's license or voter registration card
with photo ID showing residency in Southwest
Florida is required.
Tours and invention demonstrations will
be presented throughout the day. On the half
hour, there will be presentations
featuring Edison's phonograph
and, on the hour,
there will be
presentations on the so
antique cars at the ...il:
site plus tours of the
Edison laboratory
While touring the
grounds, enjoy what
might the largest
bougainvillea shrub
in the area, mango
trees, a jackfruit tree
and Mina Edison's
moon garden. The
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tioned seems to be
at least 40 feet high.
Following a $12
million restoration to
homes and gardens,
the Estates looks
better than ever. T
he pool is filled
once more and the
tiled area nearby
where Mina Edison
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when new.
The Estates was recently honored with the
2009 National Stewardship Award from the
National Trust for Historic Preservation and a
top award from the National Garden Council.
The Edison & Ford Winter Estates is an of-
ficial project of "Save America's Treasures" at
the National Trust, a National Register Historic
Site and a Florida Historic Landmark.
The Estates is open daily from 9 a.m. to
5:30 p.m. It is at 2350 McGregor Blvd.,
Fort Myers,.
Use exit 138 (Martin Luther King Bolu-
levard) from Interstate 75. Travel west into
downtown Fort Myers and follow the signs to
the estates
For information call 239-334-7419 or visit
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A "FUNdraiser" will be held Aug. 18 for the Voices for Kids or-
ganization at Jack's restaurant, 201 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda.
From 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., local celebrity bar tenders will be working
to collect tips for the organization.The public is welcome to come in,
enjoy the extended happy hour and meet radio personalities Bob Alex-
ander and Ken Lovejoy, Mike Riley of the BoggieMen, Elvis entertainer Bob"Fig"Newton, Brian
Gleason and David Morris from The Sun and many others. Also joining in the fundraiser will be
former Florida representative and Punta Gorda Mayor, Lindsey Harrington; realtor Bill Dryburgh;
attorney Cort Frohlich, Wayne Sallade, Director of Emergency Managementof Charlotte County;
Fr. Tom Heck, Pastor of St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church in Port Charlotte; and former
Chicago Cubs second baseman Glenn Beckert.
Voices for Kids ensures that every abused and neglected child southwest Florida counties has
a court-appointed Guardian ad Litem volunteer as well as providing resources for their health,
education and social needs.
All cash tips to the bar tenders and the sale of 50/50 tickets will benefit the children. For more
information, call Holly Rodriguez at 941-627-0643, or Jack's at 941-637-9300.


Kayak/canoe fundraising event
The Relay For Life of Punta Gorda, Port Charlotte, Boca Grande and LaBelle are joining
forces to present"Hope Floats,"a kayak/canoe rally fundraiser held Aug.21 on Charlotte Harbor.
Proceeds will help the Charlotte Unit Relay teams to support the local services of The American
Cancer Society.There will be three entry points on the harbor with varying degrees of challenge.
All participants will work their way to Port Charlotte Beach park for an awards ceremony and
barbeque. Participant prizes will include kayaks and water gear, as well as door prizes and time
trial prizes. Participants can begin at a launch sites or launch at the beach park for a more lei-
surely ride through the back waters. Paddle at your own pace. Registration costs $25 per person.
T-shirts and lunch are provided with entry fee. Additional nonpaddling participant registration is
available for $10 each.
For more information and a registration package, contact the American Cancer Society at
941-627-3000, or e-mail Bruce.Garrison@cancer.org.


'Raft-Up'and wine tasting event
The Port Charlotte Yacht Club will hold its Sunset Raft-Up and Wine Tasting event starting at
5:30 p.m. Aug.28. Participants should bring a bottle of wine and cheese selection (or other snack
to share) and join the club for an evening of fun. There is an option of anchoring out overnight.
If spending the night, prepare accordingly. Boaters will gather at the north end of the Harbor,
just south of Alligator Bay and across from the Port Charlotte Beach Complex. If it is windy,
the Raft-Up will move to Edgewater Lake. The event is open to members and guests. For more
information, call 941-889-1658, e-mail info@portcharlotteyachtclub.com, or visit www.portchar-
lotteyachtclub.com.


Kids' fishing prog ram
The Anglers For Conservation will present its third annual Punta Gorda Hook Kids on Fishing Pro-
gram from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept.25 at Fishermen's Village, 1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.
Children ages 6 to 16, are welcome to participate. The first 100 registered kids will receive a
free rod, reel and tackle box. Participating kids and parents should show up no later than 10:45
a.m. Participants may sign up by calling the Kingfisher Charter Fleet at 941-639-2628.
There will be clinics held on casting, cast netting, fishing habitat and biology, conservation,
fishing safety, knot tying, catch and release tactics, along with fishing with professional guides
and knowledgeable anglers.
For more information, visit the website at www.anglersforconservation.org, or call
321-750-3374. Donations are accepted and checks should be payable to Anglers For Conserva-
tion at: AFC, PO. Box 373257, Satellite Beach, Florida 32937-1257.


Animals and baseball
The Charlotte Stone Crabs and the Animal Welfare League invite the public to come out and
enjoy aA Night at the Ballpark, "Take me out to the Ball Game,"? p.m. Sept.4 at the Charlotte
Sports Park, 2300 El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte. The night will include fireworks and AWls
"Mutt-Strutt." For more information, call 941-625-6720.
Special tickets for $15 each may be purchased at the shelter, 3519 Drance St., off Harborview
Road, Port Charlotte, or online at http://www.awlshelter.org/stonecrabs.html,. Tickets include a
Stone Crabs hat and a chance to throw out the first pitch.


Pioneer Day Festival
Englewood will celebrate its 54th annual Pioneer Day Parade and Festival Sept. 6 on Dear-
born Street in Olde Englewood Village.The event opens at 9 a.m.and the Parade kicks off at 10
a.m. This year's theme is "We're Going Green."
The festival will feature two entertainment stages featuring the music of Destined, The Sain-
tones and The Boogiemen.There will also be the favorites, Watermelon and Pie eating contests
and a Beard Contest.
In addition to entertainment, the festival will feature Green vendors to answer all your "Green"
questions.There will be a variety of food choices, as well as things for the kids to do.
For information regarding participating in the parade, signing on as vendor, competing in the
contests or volunteering, visit the website at www.englewoodpioneerdays.com, or contact Erick
Phel at 941-376-2159


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By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR
Violinist Carlann Evans will perform for the
Sarasota Opera Guild at its season open-
ing luncheon Aug. 19 at Michael's on East
in Sarasota.
Tickets are $35 per person and reservations
are suggested. Call 941-925-1220.
The first general meeting for the guild will be at
9:45 a.m. Sept.21 in the Peterson Great Room at
the Opera House, 61 N. Pineapple Ave., Sarasota.
Members of the public are invited to that meeting
where they can learn more about the guild and
its season's plans. Since the demise of the Venice
Opera Guild two seasons ago, South County opera
fans have been welcomed into the Sarasota guild.
Jazz will be offered Nov.13 at a themed-dinner


event, "A Night in Chicago," in the opera house
COurtyard. Tickets for that event are $80 per
person. For information and reservations, call
941-312-4347.
In October, there will be two events a discus-
sion of Rossini's opera, "Cinderella" at 7:15 p.m.
on Oct. 18; and another general meeting at 9:45
a.m., Oct. 19 at the David Cohen Hall in the Bee
Freeman Symphony Center, Sarasota.There is a
$10 per person charge for the Monday event. The
Tuesday event is open to the public.
In January, there will be four opera prologue
events, each one in the evening, at the Unity
Church on Proctor Road, Sarasota.
Events continue through May 3 and include a
variety of meetings, luncheons and a picnic. For
information, call Karen at 941-355-4551.


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'I LOVE A PIANO'
Aug.19- Oct.2.
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers.
239-278-4422 or www.broadwaypalm.com.

'REMEMBER
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WHEN
Doo-Wop'50s and '60s Weekend.
8 p.m. Aug. 20: Willie Cintron.
3 p.m. Aug. 21: The Marvelettes Revue.
8 p.m. Aug.21: The New Supremes Revue.
3 p.m. Aug. 22: The Rhythm Chicks.
7 p.m. Aug. 22: The Temptations Revue.
Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center
75Taylor St., Punta Gorda.
888-413-4443 ext. 3 or
www.the50sand60smusic.com.

CRUISIN'THE FIFTIES
JIMMY MAZZ
7:30 p.m. Aug. 21.
Cultural Center of Charlotte County
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175 ext. 222 or www.tlpshows.com.

JACK JOHNSON
7 p.m. Aug.25.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802US301NorthTampa
www,1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

JOHNNY JOHNSON
"Sinatra An American Classic and
Pianoman
7p.m.Aug.28.
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175ext.221.

TRYING'
Sept.1 19.
Lemon Bay Playhouse
96 West Dearborn Street, Englewood,
941-475-6756.

JOHN MAYER
7 p.m. Sept. 10.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www,1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

TOM PETTY
7:30 p.m. Sept. 16.
St. Pete Times Forum
401 Channelside Drive, Tampa.
813-287-8844 or www.ticketmaster.com.

ADAM LAMBERT
RAYS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

Tropicana Field
OneTropicanaDriveSt.Petersburg.
888-326-7297 or www.ticketmaster.com.

'SNAPSHOTS
OF ELVIS'
Starring Rick Hammond
7p.m.Sept.18.
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-625-4175ext.221.

DIRKS BENTLEY
RAYS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Sept. 25.
Tropicana Field
One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg.
888-326-7297 or www.ticketmaster.com.


BRET MICHAELS
RAYS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
7:10 p.m. Sept.25.
Tropicana Field
One Tropicana Drive, St. Petersburg.
888-326-7297 or www.ticketmaster.com.

PHAM-A-LOT
Greg Miller Band.
Fundraiser for the Charlotte Symphony
Orchestra.
5:30 p.m. Sept. 25.
Cultural Center of Charlotte County
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
www.charlottesymphony.com.

CROSBY, STILLS
& N AS H
7:30 p.m. Sept. 26.
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
13350 Edison Parkway, Fort Myers
239-481-4849 or
www.bbmannpah.com.

'HAIRS PRAY'
Oct.7 Nov. 20.
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers.
239-278-4422 or www.broadwaypalm.com.

JONAS BROTHERS
Oct. 8.
Ford Amphitheatre
4802 US 301 North, Tampa
www,1ivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

NORTH PORT
CONCERT BAND
Broadway Journey: 100 years of Golden

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North port Performing Arts Center
6400 W Price Blvd., North Port.
941-426-8479 or 866-406-7722.

'ROCKTOBERFEST'
1 p.m. midnight. Oct 16.
Charlotte County Fair Grounds
El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte.
$10 at the door.
Free parking.
Team Cybergeist, Carnival of Soul, Gibson
Cage, Rebirth, Seven Years Past, Pushmow-
er, Nine Mile Drive, As Bridges Burn, Mantra,
Dis'Engage, Third Society, S.N.A.PM.,
Shades of Gray, We're All Virus, Cosmic
Mountain, Evak, Through The Side, Seven,
The Dood, Lemon Law, Haitz and more.
Guest Host: Ken Lovejoy. All ages event.


EDISSUONN OPS
7 p.m. Oct. 16. Gates open at 5 p.m.
TheCharlotteSymphonyOrchestra
featuring headliner Steve March-Torm6
Edison State College Campus
Airport Road, Punta Gorda.
www.edisonpops.com.

'OKLAHOMA'
Oct. 21-31
The Players
838 North TamiamiTrail, Sarasota.
941-365-2494 or www.theplayers.org.

'DIVA WITCHES'
Deborah Berioli, Soprano and Venice Per-
forming Arts Series.
Oct. 23.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice,
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Cocktails at 5:30 p.m. & Dinner at 6:30 p.m.
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'CHAPTER TWO'
Oct.27 Nov 14.
Lemon Bay Playhouse
96 West Dearborn Street, Englewood,
941-475-6756.

SOUTHWEST
FLORIDA SYMPHONY
MasterWorks #1.
8 p.m. Oct.30.
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
13350 Edison Parkway, Fort Myers
239-481-4849 or
www.bbmannpah.com.

CHARLOTTE SYMPHONY
ORCHESTRA
"Carmina Burana"
Nov 6.
Center for Performing Arts and Education
701 Carmalita St., Punta Gorda.
www.charlottesymphonycom.

NORTH PORT
CONCERT BAND
God Bless the U.S.A.!
7 p.m. Nov 11.
North port Performing Arts Center
6400 W. Price Blvd., North Port.
941-426-8479 or 866-406-7722.

SARASOTA
MEDIEVAL FAIR
Nov13-Nov,21.
Sarasota County Fairgrounds
3000 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota.
www.sarasotamedievalfair.com.

'HOLIDAYS THROUGH
THE AGES'
Suncoast Chorale
3 p.m. Nov 28.
Englewood United Methodist Church
700 E. Dearborn St., Englewood.
888-326-8403.

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Dec.P21- 12.
ayers
838 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota.
941-365-2494 or www.theplayers.org.

EXSULTATE!
Dec.3, Dec.5.
race United Methodist Church
400 Field Avenue East, Venice Island.
941-484-8491.

'CHRISTMAS TIDE'
Charlotte Chorale
4 p.m. Dec .5.
The Center for Performing Arts
701 Carmalita St., Punta Gorda.
941-204-0033 or www.charlottechorale.com.

'CHRISTMAS
LULLABIES'
Deborah Berioli, Soprano and Venice Perform-
ing Arts Series.
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Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice,
1071 Pinebrook Road, Venice.
941-284-5972

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CONCERT BAND
Home for the Holidays
7 p.m. Dec. 16.
North port Performing Arts Center
6400 W. Price Blvd., North Port.
941-426-8479 or 866-406-7722.


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VENICE SYMPHONY
Holiday Concert
Dec. 17.
Church of the Nazarene
1535 E. Venice Ave., Venice
941-412-4725

'YOUNG
F RAN KENSTEIN'
Dec.28 Jan.2
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
13350 Edison Parkway, Fort Myers.
239-481-48490r www.broadwaypalm.com

'THE FULL MONTY'
Dec.30-Feb.12.
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre
1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers
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PROVIDED BY BROADWAY PALM
DINNER THEATRE
Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre begins its
18th season with the brilliant new musical,
"I Love A Piano,"playing Thursday through
Oct.2.This nostalgic journey spans seven
decades of American history with more than 60
Irving Berlin songs.
"I Love A Piano"captures the spirit of America
from the ragtime era through the swinging
elegance of the 1920s and '30s. From the songs
that inspired a nation through the Great Depres-
sion to the innocent optimism of the 1950s, "I
Love A Piano"embarks on an enduring journey
through musical heaven.
The timeless Irving Berlin classics include
"Puttin'on the Ritz,"'There's No Business Like
Show Business,""Blue Skies,""Anything You Can


Do,""We're A Couple of Swells and God Bless
America."
"I Love a Piano"is directed and choreographed
by Amy Marie McCleary. Known for her diverse
choreography, McCleary is making her Florida
directorial debut. She recently directed and cho-
reographed "I Love A Piano,"at Broadway Palm's
sister theater in Mesa, Ariz., where she received
stunning reviews for her work.
The cast includes David Piazza, Jonathan Van
Dyke, Sarah Dowling and making a special guest
appearance from Sanibel's Schoolhouse Theatre
is audience favorite, Victor Legarreta.
A veteran performer, Legarreta has performed
on all three Prather Entertainment Group stages.
During 2002 to 2004, Legarreta was The Off
Broadway Palm's artistic director. Also joining
the cast is Elizabeth Loos from Arizona. Loos


recently toured the country with the "Footloose"
National Tour. Loos has performed in more than
30 productions for Broadway Palm West in Mesa.
Loos was last seen here in the production,
"Gypsy,: where she appeared as Mama Rose.
Join Broadway Palm Dinner Theatre as
they open its 18th season with the musical
salute to Irving Berlin, "I Love A Piano."
Performances are Wednesday through
Sunday evenings with selected matinees.
Broadway Palm is offering a "Season
Opener Special"and all tickets are just
$35 for dinner and the show.
Tickets are now on sale and can be
reserved by calling 239-278-4422, by
visiting www.BroadwayPalm.com or by
stopping by the box office at
1380 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers.


PROVIDED BY WESTCOASTBLACK THEATRE
TROUPE
Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe (WBTT)
is pleased to announce that its second
summer production, "Sistas In the
Name of Soul," will be opening on Thursday
evening and run through Sunday. Performances
will be in the new WBTT theatre, behind the Binz
building at 10th and Orange Avenue in Sarasota.
The show will have five performances, three eve-
nings at 8 p.m.Thursday through Saturday and
two matinees at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
"What a great kickoff this summer season has
been to us,"remarked Nate Jacobs, founding art-
ist director."We wanted to try out our new home
with two musical revues that have been big hits
in the past. The July Motown '60s Revue sold out
every seat at every performance.We are expect-
ing no less from 'Sistas,' which was a sellout hit
two years ago as part of the 2008 season. All we
can say is get your tickets now while they are still
available. It's a very exciting time, more than any
of us could have anticipated."
"Sistas in the Name of Soul" is a celebration
of female artists who sang Rhythm and Blues
and Soul music in the 70s. Hits by Freda Payne,
Aretha Franklin, The Supremes, Gladys Knight
and the Pips, and The Pointer Sisters are among
the lineup of songs that will be performed.
Favorites will include "Midnight Train to Georgia,"


"Respect,""Band of Gold"and WBTT's 2010-2011
theme"Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now."
The cast includes the four Troupe members
who performed the original piece in 2008.Tsadok
Porter, Whitney Reshard, Nisi Weaver and Jnana
Wilson are all well-known to fans of WBTT. Audi-
ence members will recognize Porter, Weaver and
Wilson from among the women who participated
in the wildly popular Motown last month.
'The talent and enthusiasm of the cast is
infectious," Jacobs continued."Sistas In the Name
of Soul promises to be the same high energy
production as the Motown 60s Revue.The audi-
ences can expect more of the same fun that they
have experienced before at WBTT. AND we have
as much fun performing as the audience does
dancing in their seats."
Tickets are $20 and are available online or by
calling 941-366-1505.
"Sistas in the Name of Soul" will be the final
summer show for WBTT until they open for the
season on Dec. 15.
Subscriber tickets are available now and
include four shows, "Ain't Misbehavin'" Dec. 15-
Jan. 16; "Marvin Gaye, The Prince of Soul" Jan.
26-Feb.20; "Mahalia, Just As I Am" March 9-April
3; and "Hi De, Hi De Ho!,""Cab Calloway"
April 20-May 15.
Subscriptions cost $65 for four shows. Single
seats will cost $25 each and will not be available


until later this year.


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PROVIDED BY LEMON BAY HIGH
SCHOOL THEATRE
Want to be the next Englewood Idol? Auditions
will be held from 6 p.m.to9 p.m. August 24 at the
Lemon Bay High School Performing Arts Center.
Anyone of any age can audition. There are no fees
or restrictions. Participants must be prepared to
sing thirty seconds of one or two songs for audi-
tions.Twelve finalists will be selected to advance
to the live Englewood Idol on Sept.?. Finalists
must be available for rehearsals held from 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m. Aug. 30 Sept. 1.
The Lemon Bay High School Theatre Depart-
ment is hosting the second annual Englewood Idol
competition in conjunction with the Englewood
Jaycee's Pioneer Days Celebration.The talent
filled, dazzling event will be "the place to be"on
at 7 p.m. Sept. 2 at the Lemon Bay High School
Performing Art Center, and promises to entertain
as the area's finest vocalists show off their vocal


prowess and battle it out for the crown. Audience
members will vote live at the competition and the
winner will be announced at the conclusion of the
evening.The winner will win a cash prize and sing
the National Anthem to "kick off" Pioneer Day on
Sept. 4.The first and second runner ups will take
home prizes and will be given the chance to sing
on a float with the winner at the parade on Sept. 6.
and all finalists will be awarded a gift certificate to
area businesses.
Tickets are $10. All proceeds will support the
Lemon Bay High School Theatre Department as
it continues to aim high and provide phenomenal
experiences for our area youth.
Lemon Bay High School Theatre is under the
artistic direction of Jennifer Kelly .
The Lemon Bay High School Performing Arts
Center is located at 2201 Placida Road, Englewood.
For more information, go to
www.Ibhstheatre.com.


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The BayfrontYMCA will hold a "Fami Cabaret" Labor Day party 6:30
p.m.to 10 p.m. Sept. 6 at 750 W Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.The pub-
lic is invited to sing, dance, juggle, tell jokes or share whatever talent you
possess for a talent show.There will be food fun for the entre fami in enjoy
Admbsion is $8 each for aduis, $6 each for students and includes hot dog,
chips and a boverage.Additional snack ilems and beverages will be available for pur-
chase.To reserve a spot in the tabnt show, purchase tickets, or For more information, call
941-347-8855.
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Music festival fundraiser
The Benjamin J. Baker CDC will hold its annual "Music in the Park" fundraiser and "Taster's
Choice" contest 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Labor Day, Sept. 6 at the New Operation Cooper Street,
650 Mary St., Punta Gorda. The food category to be judged this year is pork ribs. Prizes will be
awarded.The group is currently seeking vendors and participants for the"Taster's Choice"cook-
off. Registrations must be submitted by Aug.31. To participate in the event or for more informa-
tion, call Cheryl LaVecchio at 941-204-7359, or visit the website at www.benjaminjbakeredc.org
and download a registration form.

Annual lobster bake
The Historical Center Society will present the tenth annual Authentic Maine Lobster Bake
Sept.24 at the Port Charlotte Beach Complex, 4500 Harbor Blvd.The event begins at 5:30 p.m.
with cocktails, followed by dinner at 6:30 p.m. Dinner includes twin lobsters or a steak and lobster
combo ($75) with all the trimmings. Other dinner options include one lobster ($60), steamer pot,
sirloin steak, chicken or vegetarian stuffed zucchini ($50).New England clam chowder, steamed
clams and mussels, baked potato, corn on the cob, hard-boiled egg, coleslaw, warm rolls, hot
drawn butter, and strawberry shortcake. Coffee, tea and soda are included.
Music will be provided by Jeff Collins, "The Golden Hippo"and there will be a live auction pre-
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must be purchased before Sept.21.Tickets will not be available at the door.941-629-PAST (7278).


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BY SHARE DERRICKSON
SUN CORRESPONDENT
The guys in the Fort Myers band
We're All Virus want to take
music to the next level by
reviving 1990 alterna- '
tive music, but with a
modern edge, Josh
Bond, the band's
lead vocalist and
guitarist said.
The band, that
performed at the Bat-
tIe of the Bands in Port
Charlotte in May, said they
now see Port Charlotte as a flub
for original music. It is just the forum
they need, Bond said, to bring their music out
into the open. "We will be performing frequently
in Port Charlotte now," he said.
While the band's sound is uniquely theirs, their
influences run from Nirvana, to the Deftones,
and Weezer and maybe a little Johnny Cash,
Bond added."I write most of the music and lyrics
and the other players, Sean Holmes, our drum-
mer, and Rob DeSantis, the bass player, put it
all together."
"We write from what we know with lyrics peo-
ple can understand. Some of it is angry and a
lot of it is compassionate," Bond said."We come
from similar musical tastes. For the most part, we
all appreciate a wide variety of music and we can
all relate to that, but I am more of a 90s rocker
and Sean, he is more into the new and up and
coming, and Rob is old school the early 90s
stuff like Primus."
The content, he said, comes from experienc-
es all can relate to like relationships, family, trials
and tribulations.
The band got together after Bond had taken a
break from the industry for a couple of years."I
had been writing and recording music for a long


time and I took a break for a couple of years and
realized I wasn't complete without play-
ing in a band."
"I met Rob through
Craig's list and
then we picked
., up Sean, and
when he came
into the band,
it was a whole
different story.
He is a really
good drummer
". and brought us
10 a whole new level.
TIlen, we found a pro-
ducer, Evan Coffman of Starlight
Studioswhoisgreat,"hesaid.
Currently, the band is working on their first full
CD and hopes to have it done by June. "There
will be a few surprises on it for our fans," Bond
said. "Right now, we have a CD out with two
songs on it, My Confusion and I'm Selective, and
that is somewhat of a teaser. It has been sell-
ing steady on myspace and the other places it
is offered."
"We have kids listening to our music in Tex-
as, Pennsylvania, and other places around the
country,"
Besides playing at Wise Guys in Port Char-
lotte on Aug. 20 and 21, they will be performing
acoustically at Rocktoberfest Oct.16 at the Char-
lotte County Fairgrounds. "We are really excited
about that, and love the idea of doing acoustic.
Right now, Port Charlotte seems to be the place
to for original music."
Besides the upcoming gigs scheduled, listen-
ers can find their music at www.myspace.com/
wereallvirus, iTunes, music, Amazon MP3,
Shockhound, Limewire, Zume, Thumbplay, and
can listen to them on the internet as part of the
www.localizedmusic.net lineup.


By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR
despite the adult language that seemed
out of context for the era of the play, the
directing and acting of Warren Leight's
"Side Man"is worth the ticket.
Light's story is about a trumpet player named
Gene (Steve DuMouchel who can play
with the best of them, adding depth to
the music and never missing a beat. In
his relationship with his wife Terry (Roxanne
Fay) and son Clifford (Juan Javier Cardenas) it
is just the opposite. He misses everything. It is
not that he is a bad husband or father, but
that his mind is totally committed to jazz.
DuMouchel takes the lead role and makes it
his, even aging as much as the Side Man might
over those 30 some years of performing with the
likes of everyone from Frank Sinatra to Lester
Lanin
His friends Al (Robert Herrle), Ziggy (Dan
Bright) and Jonesy (Robert D. Mowry) seem to


be cut from the same cloth, reinforcing the tale of
the 50-year jazz era that likely will end with their
passing, if not before.
As for the referenced adult language, it is not
so much that it would be unheard of in jazz clubs
and such places of the 1950s to 1980s but that
the words would have been different. It is almost
as though the writer is trying to bridge the gap
and make the play more pertinent to 2010.Why?
The jazz men played by Herrle, Bright and
Mowry are individuals yet reinforce the story of
the man who is both perfect and imperfect in his
musical journey through life. It is no wonder that
Terry becomes unglued and amazing that Clifford
does not.
Richard Cannon's set and Michael Pasquini's
lighting add impact to the story.
"Side Man"continues through Aug.22 in the
Cook Theatre at the FSU Center for the Perform-
ing Arts, 5555 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota
For tickets, visit www.banyantheater.com or call
941-552-1032.


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life.On the heels of a painful divorce, the woman
who had previously looked forward to a contented
life of domesticated bliss sets out to explore the
world and seek out her true destiny. Brad Pitt
and Dede Gardner produce a film starring Julia
Roberts.

Eclipse (PG-13) A-
Bella once again finds herself surrounded
by danger as Seattle is ravaged by a string of
mysterious killings and a malicious vampire
continues her quest for revenge. In the midst of it
all, she is forced to choose between her love for
Edward and her friendship with Jacob- knowing
that her decision has the potential to ignite the
ageless struggle between vampire and werewolf.
With her graduation quickly approaching, Bella
is confronted with the most important decision of
her life.

Grown Ups (PG-13) B-
The death of their childhood basketball
coach leads to a reunion for some old
friends (Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris
Rock), who gather at the site of a champion-
.
ship celebration from years ago. Picking up
right where they left off, the buddies, with
their wives and children in tow, discover why
age does not necessarily equal maturitY

inCOptiOn (PG-13) B+
Warner Bros. presents the new film by
The Dark Knight's Christopher Nolan,
this one taking on a sci-fi psychologi-
cal spin for the serious-minded action
auteur, with Leonardo DiCaprio spear-
heading the cast. Emma Thomas serves
as producer, with Joseph Gordon-Levitt,
Ken Watanabe, Marion Cotillard, Cillian
Murphy, and Ellen Page rounding out the
supporting roles.

Lottery Ticket (PG-13)
Kevin Carson, a young man living in the
projects, wins $370 million in a nationwide
lottery.When his opportunistic
neighbors discover he has the
winning ticket in his possession,
Kevin must survive their reed
and sometimes even threaten-
ing actions over a three-day
holiday weekend before he can
claim his prize.


Nanny McPhee Returns


Cats & Dogs: The
Revenge of Kitty
Galore (PG) B
The epic struggle for control of planet Earth
continues in this sequel to the 2001 comedy
that had pet owners all across the world looking
at their house pets in a whole new light. Chris
O'Donnell and 30 Rock's Jack McBrayer head up
the cast of the production, with scripting duties
being handled by Brother Bear's Ron J. Friedman
and Steve Bencich.

Charlie St. Cloud
(PG-13) B+
Charlie St. Cloud is based on an acclaimed
novel and follows a young man and accom-
plished sailor, Charlie St. Cloud (Zac Efron), who
survives an accident that lets him see the world
in a unique way. Charlie has the adoration of his
mother Claire (Oscar@ winner Kim Basinger) and
little brother Sam (newcomer Charlie Tahan), as
well as a college scholarship that will lead him
far from his sleepy Pacific Northwest hometown.
But his bright future is cut short when a tragedy
strikes and takes his dreams with it.

Despicable Me (PG) A
In a happy suburban neighborhood sur-
rounded by white picket fences with flowering
rose bushes, sits a black house with a dead lawn.
Unbeknownst to the neighbors, hidden beneath
this home is a vast secret hideout.Surrounded by
a small army of minions, we discover Gru, plan-
ning the biggest heist in the history of the world.
He is going to steal the moon (Yes, the moon!).
Gru delights in all things wicked.Armed with his
arsenal of shrink rays, freeze rays, and battle-
ready vehicles for land and air, he vanquishes all
who stand in his way. Until the day he encounters
the immense will of three little orphaned girls who
look at him and see something that no one else
has ever seen: a potential Dad. The world's great-
est villain has just met his greatest challenge:
three little girls named Margo, Edith and Agnes.

Dinner for Schmucks
(PG-13) B
Tim (Paul Rudd) a rising executive, works
for a boss who hosts a monthly event in which
the guest who brings the biggest buffoon gets a
career-boost.Though he declines the invitation at
first, Tim changes his mind when he meets Barry
(Steve Carell), a man who builds dioramas using
stuffed mice.The scheme backfires when Barry's
blundering good intentions send Tim's life into a
downward spiral, threatening a major business
deal and possibly scuttling Tim's engagement to
his fiancee.


,
A woman who once made it her goal in life
to marry and rear a family finds her priorities
suddenly shifting in director Ryan Murphy's
adaptation of author Elizabeth Gilbert's best-
selling memoir. In the eyes of many, Gilbert was
a woman who had it all -- a loving husband, a
great apartment, and a weekend home -- but

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on everything from flying motorcycle and
a statue that comes to life to a tree-climbing
piglet and a baby elephant who turns up in the
oddest places, Nanny McPhee uses her magic
to teach her mischievous charges five new
lessons.


Baruchel), a seemingly average guy who
demonstrates hidden potential, as his
reluctant prot4g4. The sorcerer gives
his unwilling accomplice a crash course
in the art and science of magic, and
together, these unlikely partners work to
stop the forces of darkness.


Based on the "Ramona"series of novels
written by Beverly Cleary. As everyone
knows, Ramona Quimby lives on Klickitat
Street. The stories of her adventures begin in
Beezus and Ramona, where Beezus, who is
just turning 10, finds 4-year-old Ramona an
exasperating little sister.

Salt (PG-13) B
Centers on a CIA officer (Angeline Jolie)
who is fingered as a Russian sleeper spy.
She eludes capture by superiors who are
convinced she is out to assassinate the
president. While trying to reunite with her
family, she struggles to prove someone else
is the traitor.

Share Scott Pilgrim
VS. the World (PG-13) B
As the bass guitarist for a garage-rock
band, Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) has never
had trouble getting a girlfriend; usually, the
problem is getting rid of them. But when
Ramona Flowers (Mary Elizabeth Winstead)
skates into his heart, he finds she has the
most troublesome baggage of all: an evil
army of ex-boyfriends who will stop at noth-
ing to eliminate him as Ramona's suitor.

Step Up 3D (PG-13) C
New York's intense street dancing underground

nosmaesm veofnt eSpeoppp gfr c e ht hird
passion-fueled culture goes global. A tight-knit
group of street dancers, including Luke (Rick
Malambri) and Natalie (Sharni Vinson), team up
with NYU freshman Moose (Adam Sevant), and
find themselves pitted against the world's best hip
hop dancers in a high-stakes showdown that will
change their lives forever.

The Sorcerer's
Apprentice (PG]
04
Balthazar Blake
(Nicolas Cage) is
a master sorcerer
in modern-day
Manhattan trying to
defend the city from
his arch-nemesis


A 40-year-old unmarried
woman decides to become
pregnant by inseminating her-
self with a turkey baster.What
she doesn't know is that the
sperm is from her best friend,
who must live with the secret
that the child is his.


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at the door of a earned young mother, Mrs. Isabel
Green, who is trying to run the fam-
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The creators of the beloved "Toy Story'
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ers back to the delightful world of Woody,
Buzz and our favorite gang of toy characters
in Toy Story 3. Woody and Buzz had ac-
cepted that their owner Andy would grow up
someday, but what happens when that day
arrives? In the third installment, Andy is pre-
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The chili-cheese omelet and cottage fries.


The fried tenderloin half sandwich and fries.


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salad and homemade quiches with bacon, onion,
cheese and ham, most of which can be had for
under $7.
'The dishes here are real simple and we try to
get them out quick," Casey said.
Of course, someone always comes around
who wants something outside the box.When that
happens, Morgan's tries to accommodate.
"You can come in and say you want some-
thing. If we have the ingredients,
we'll make it," Casey
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"We're having them made as they enter the
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BY CHUCK BALLARO
SUN CORRESPONDENT
Tucked away in a corner of the Schoolhouse
Square on the corner of King's Highway
and Harborview Road in Charlotte Harbor
is a place that isn't really a big secret, especially
to the working folk who come for breakfast every
morning before the crack of dawn.
Morgan's Caf6 has served breakfast and lunch
for four years and has made its name by serving
straight-forward, homemade food at good prices.
The place isn't big.There are just two wait-
resses and a cook.The atmosphere is rather
conservative. But people still come to start their
day
"We try to keep it so working people can have
breakfast without spending all their money,"said
Kim Casey, owner of Morgan's."Many locals
come. If you need a plumber, come here at
lunchtime"
Casey spent years working at other restau-
rants before realizing her dream and buying her
own place where the former Mr. Sub was located.
She called it Morgan's, after her 12-year-old


daughter, who comes by to help occasionally
"I worked at the Smokehouse and Nancy's and
loved it so much I decided to open my own place,"
Casey said.
The place starts hopping before the sun
comes up with breakfast, where you can get all
your favorites from eggs to pancakes.
Perhaps the most popular is their signature
dish: Morgan's Garbage ($7.50) an omelet with
bacon, sausage, ham, tomato, onion, mushroom,
peppers and cheese.
They also serve a great Eggs Benedict ($6.50)
and a chili-cheese omelet with cottage fries
($6.25), for a taste of lunch to go with breakfast.
They also serve breakfast specials every day
for $4.50, which includes coffee.
At lunch, the specialty is pork tenderloin, which
are pounded thin, put in milk, battered, then deep
fried.
"People from the north come here for that
because nobody knows how to make them,"
Casey said.
Morgan's also features half-sandwich and soup
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SUN CORRESPONDENT
According to the founders of Localized
Interactive Internet Radio (LllR), the local
original music scene in the area is a hot
commodity one ready to bust out completely
from its previous existence underground.
It is the need for the hundreds of original music
acts in the area to have more places to be heard
that Robert Vogel, Robert Weaver, Frank Curry,
and Jimmy Grimmer came up with a concept that
would allow for anyone who has internet anywhere
in the United States to listen the hot music coming
out of the area.
"We now have a local internet station where
unsigned and Indi bands can be heard 24 hours
a day by logging on to www.localizedmusic.net,"
Vogel said.
The response the station has gotten has been
overwhelming and well supported."So far, we
have more than 60 bands that play on a rotation
basis."
The idea came about, he said, when Rob
Weaver, the brain child behind it, started talking
with other about it."Then, Frank and Jimmy
jumped on board and we said, 'This is a reality -
let's do it,' Vogel said.
"It also came about because of our affiliation
with bands, we all got sick of hearing so many
good bands that had no place to be heard.Why


not give them one?"
The music, he said, is put into a playlist and
plays randomly, and there is no way for anyone
to download any of the music. Listeners can,
however, go to artist's pages and find ways to
purchase the music.
In order for a band to get on the station, there
is certain criterion it must fill."They must be an
unsigned band, and if they are an Indi band, they
can't be getting tour support."
Other criteria is the bands must provide the
music and copies of written permission for use of
the music, they must be playing shows, all
music must be in digital form and of good
quality. Also, the station requests digital
photos of the band as well as album or
demo covers.
The station will refuse to play racist mu-
sic or music that has excessive obscenity.
It will also not play cover music if the band
does not have the rights to play perform it.
The bands provide a current member list as
well as their home base and website informa-
tion where they can be contacted by fans, such
as myspace or facebook. Each member of the
band provides a small bio and, one of the biggest
criteria bands need to help get the word out
about the station.
In the future, there will be a top 40 list and a
request page.The site already has a guest book


where fans can go on and leave their comments.
"This is one of the ways we can track who wants
to hear what."
While the station doesn't pay and at this time
is operating without monetary gain, Vogel said he
envisions that advertisers will soon catch on and
want to help support the what the local artists and
the station are trying to- bring the music out for
everyone to hear commercial and talk radio free.
"The only thing you will hear besides music is the
bands plugging themselves."
Also, Vogel said, the station has other hopes.
"To have the record companies come to us to find
the bands, to be able to put on shows and give the
bands the chance to play with the big guys."
Right now, it is a real labor of love."We have
a lot of work to do but right now, anyone in the
United States can go to the site and listen to some
of the best original music there is and most of it
is from here."
"We have heard many of these bands and said,
"Why haven't they been signed."That, Vogel said,
is one malady of the business the station hopes
to cure.
Both bands and fans can visit www.localized-
music.net 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
Users may have to click on a link to download
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solo Repertory Theatre announces it will

Begin using leading edge smartphone
technology, Microsoft TAGS, to engage pa-
trons.The theatre joins other Sarasota companies
and nonprofits to participate in TagSRQ, an area
economic development initiative designed to
drive new business via mobile phones. Look for
Asolo Rep TAGS on all 2010-2011 materials.
"Asolo Rep is already on the leading edge
artistically. It's only natural that we're em-
bracing this new technology to find creative
ways to engage our audience and reach new
customers. Last year we expanded our use of
social media tools with Facebook, Twitter and
YouTube, and we updated our website to reflect
the quality of our work and offer patrons a more
compelling online experience. These initia-
tives have proven very successful," explains


Asolo Rep Marketing Director Darcy Ballew.
"We're excited and pleased to be one of the
first regional theatres in the U.S. to offer TAGS
interactive technology to our patrons, making
downloads and special offers more fun and
accessible for smart phone users."
Look for Asolo Rep TAGS on posters,
brochures and virtually all of its printed
materials. Smartphone users can scan a Tag
by using the free Tag Reader application on
their phone, which will automatically open
the webpage, display a message, or dial a
number there's no URL to type or SMS mes-
sage to send. Use TAGS to receive discounts,
watch videos and access season information,
or even buy tickets to the new musical "Bonnie
& Clyde," during a pre-sale event on Sept.
14. Smart phone users may download a free
reader at www.GetTag.mobi, follow the easy
directions and then scan the attached tag to


view Asolo Rep's video introduction toTAGS.
Asolo Repertory Theatre is Florida's premier
professional theatre and one of the most impor
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States. As a center for theatrical excellence,
Asolo Rep crafts the highest quality produc-
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commissioned work all performed in the rarest
form of rotating repertory. Featuring an ac-
complished resident company, complemented
by distinguished guest artists, Asolo Rep
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experience.
Under the leadership of Producing Artistic
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has taken bold steps toward the future, building
landmark partnerships and collaborations which will
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