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Title: Venice gondolier sun
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Language: English
Creator: Venice Gondolier Sun
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Place of Publication: Venice, Fla
Publication Date: September 15, 2010
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VENICELOCAL NEWS COVER TO COVER FLORIDA'S NO. 1 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER


Campaignr to us tacercotiue


meets monthly to decide
QURIShment for teachers and
administrators who run afoul
of Department of Education
rules or commit crimes.
Sherknus crated a Web site
named mysite.verizon.net/
resznz7x/ encouraging a letter-
writing campaign to the EPC.
She wants the EPC to reject the
proposed agreement between
staff and attorneys for O'Neill,
and revoke her teaching cer-
tificate.
The agreement calls for
O'Neill to be placed on proba-
tion for two years and pay a
small fine. O'Neill would also
not be allowed to teach stu-
dents who can't see or speak
for themselves.
So far a number of letters
have been sent to the EPC,


including one from Dawn Buff,
the assistant attorney general
who prosecuted the criminal
case against O'Neill. O'Neill
was not found guilty, but Buff
said the criminal standard of
"beyond a reasonable doubt"
was far higher than the EPC's
standards for protecting chil-
dren.
She said the agreement
"does not focus on the protec-
tion of the children.
"Rather, its aim is for the
rights of the teacher," she said.
"The best interest of the stu-
dents needs to be paramount.
And I ask whether this settle-
ment agreement is in the best
interest of the students?
"Diana O'Neill admitted to

OUST | 8


By GREG GILES
NEws EDITOR
Venice resident Patty Sherk-
nus, the mother of a profound-
ly handicapped student taught
by former Venice Elementary
School teacher Diana O'Neill,
isn't happy she may be allowed
back into a classroom.
Despite a criminal prosecu-
tion she was acquitted -
termination by the Sarasota
County School District it
was overturned by an arbitra-
tor and being targeted by a
network of disability activists,
O'Neill would be allowed to
return to teaching under a pro-
posed settlement agreement.
The agreement is on Thurs-
day's agenda of the Education
Practices Commission, which


SUN FILE PHOTO
Several letters have been sent to the EP{ requesting additional penalties for
Diana O'Neill.


Benefits become



'political football'


By GREG GILES
NEws EDITOR
The debate over whether
Venice City Council members
should retain health or retire-
ment benefits turned a bit ugly
Tuesday.
During a spirited council
meeting members agreed to
authorize staff to study the
issue and bring back informa-
tion upon which council could
base a more informed deci-
sion.
Member Emilio Carlesimo
long ago vowed to eliminate
the perk, but his efforts were
turned down by other mem-
bers time and again over the
past year.
Carlesimo raised the issue
again recently when Ernie Za-
vodnyik, whose seat is up for
election in November, agreed
the benefits need to go.


Carlesimo penned a column,
titled "Promises are promises,
that appeared in the Gondolier
Sun on Sept. 11 that upset a
number of council members.
By the end of the evening
Council Member Sue Lang,
also up for reelection, chas-
tised Carlesimo.
"I do not need any benefits,"
Lang said. "What I find dis-
ingenuous about this whole
conversation is it appears to
me that certain individuals
are using this as a political
football. There was a council
member who went off council
(two years ago) after six years
(of service and received the
benefits) and there wasn't a
peep.
All of a sudden, it's the talk
of the town, she said.

BENEFITS | 7


City council candidates Bob Daniels, left, and Harry Walia, right, speak with voters at Monday's meet-and-greet


by candidates who boycot-
ted the events and last year's
physical encounter between
a candidate's campaign man-
ager and someone who has
since been removed from the
VTL board.
A police officer was sta-
tioned outside the community
room at city hall to ensure
no repeat of last year's event
occurred. The police presence
addressed the concern of three
candidates who threatened to
boycott this year's event unless
precautions were taken.
By all accounts, the event


was pleasant and well attend-
ed bymostlyVTL members.
Candidates were happy,
Budway said.
"We had people lining up
(a half hour early) at 1:()() p.m.
asking when the candidates
were going to speak. I said, no,
there won't be any speeches.
You just go up to a candidate
and ask them any question
you want. Some of the older
folks were taken aback at first,
Budway said, but they adjusted
quickly.
ggues@venicegondoner.com


By GREG GILES
NEws EDITOR

The Venice Taxpayers League
held its annual candidate meet
and greet Monday. The event
went off without a hitch, said
VTL President Gary Budway.
Unlike past years, this year's
event was attended by all
candidates. Mayoral candi-
date John Holic was out of the
country but had representa-
tives there to man a booth in
his place.
VTL candidate forums were
marred the last two years


deliver possession at that time.
Stape is concerned because
he has informed his customers
he would in business at that
location till Oct. 3(), when the
business is moving to a new
location in Galleria on Venice
Avenue.
Now I have only 11 days
because we willbe serving our
last lunch at this location on
Sept. 25," he said.
He has posted copies of
Dempsey's letter on each table
and in the window of the res-
MOVE | 7


By ROGER BUTTON
BUSINEws EDITOR
Owner Jim Stape was sur-
prised and disturbed Satur-
day to receive a letter from
his landlord terminating the
tenancy of Le Petit Jardin Cafe,
218 W. Tampa Ave., effective
Sept. 3().
Gail Dempsey, owner of his
unit within the historic KMI
Building now known as the Ven-
ice Centre Mall, wrote, "If you
do not vacate the premises by
September 3(), 2()1(), I intend to
demand double rent if you fail to


GILES


*
C1ty

By GREG
NEws E


That agreement is embedded in
the comp plan and has higher
densities listed.
News of DCA's rejection of
the city plan recently caused
County Administrator Jim
Ley to send a somewhat testy
e-mail apprising city council
members that revising the JPA
will force the county to juggle
its own priorities.
There's no guarantee the
county won't raise new con-
cerns of its own.
Here's the fix the city came
up with: Instead of raising
the density in the JPA areas to
match the comp plan docu-
ment, something city leaders
have been loathe to do, the city
has decided to simply remove
the rural areas in question.
The alternative was to sue
DCA or reconsider densities


throughout all the JPAs, then
come up with the data neces-
sary to justify it a daunting
and time-consuming task.
Consultant Linda Shelley
unveiled a tight timeline to get
the plan back to DCA for review
before the November election.
More to the point, said
consultant Linda Shelley, is a
concern over Amendment 4 on
the ballot. If it passes, Amend-
ment 4 will prohibit cities
from adopting any comp plan
amendment without a referen-
dum.
That wouldn't happen any
time soon, she said, and the
expense and time associated
would be considerable.
The acreage in question
accounts for roughly half the

RURAL | 8


The city of Venice has de-
cided not to annex more than
1,3()() acres in North Venice.
The decision is a means to
get its draft comprehensive
plan approved by the Florida
Department of Community Af-
fairs who rejected the plan on
Aug. 1(). DCA said the density
of one housing unit per 5 acres
planned in four future an-
nexation areas is not urban in
character.
County commissioners
already agreed with the city's
plan to reduce densities in
those areas and said so in a let-
ter, but both parties postponed
amending the existing Joint
Planning Agreement/Interlocal
Service Boundary Agreement.


Shown outside Le Petit Jardin Cafe on West Tampa Avenue is owner Jim


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As a result, the Saraso-
ta cemetery is more than
a year behind schedule,
Buchanan's letter said.
The VA recently can-
celed the original con-
tract and is starting the
bidding process again.
The preconstruc-
tion meeting, at which
interested vendors and
subcontractors can
meet one another and
ask questions about the
project, is scheduled
from 9 a.m. to noon Sept.
23 at the Venice Commu-
nity Center. Immediately
afterward, a site visit will
be conducted.
As of 5 p.m. Sept. 7, 65
companies had shown
interest in the cemetery
project. Of those, only
two of the 29 Florida
companies are from
Sarasota County.
Halfacre Construction
Co. in Sarasota lists its
government experience


Blvd. and the Venice Fire
Station. The other com-
pany, Mariner Construc-
tion Co. in Sarasota, says
it is a "self-certified small
disadvantaged business"
and is veteran-owned.
The VA's Office of
Construction and Facili-
ties Management has set
aside 100 percent of
construction of the next
phase, Phase lB, to a ser-
vice-disabled, veteran-
owned small business.
Buchanan is a member
of both the House Veter-
ans and Small Business
committees.
Buchanan estimates
his 13th Congressional
District is home to about
97,000 veterans.
When completed, the
295-acre Sarasota Na-
tional Cemetery, located
along Clark Road (State
Road 72) about 4 miles
east of Interstate 75, will
be able to provide inter-


,
spaces available to house
cremated remains; 7,000
will be above-ground
columbarium niches
and the rest in in-ground
remains. According to
Buchanan's office, a wait-
ing list for the colum-
barium already has 100
names on it.
Jo Schuda, of the
federal Office of Public
Affairs, said, "We are
sensitive to the wishes
of the families who
specifically desire above-
ground inurnment in a
columbarium, and we
are working to provide
that option as soon as
possible. We continue
to offer both casket and
cremation burial options
to veterans and their
family members at Sara-
sota National Cemetery.
"VA is moving as
quickly as possible un-
der law and the appeal
rights of all contractors


construction award in
November."
Currently, the comple-
tion of Phase 1A has
enabled burials to take
place at the cemetery us-
ing temporary facilities,
according to cemetery
Director Wes Jones. So
far, there have been 2,450
burials.
"If we waited until
(Phase lB), nobody
would be buried," he
said.
"Everybody wants us
to move forward," Jones
said. "We want to move
forward."
The Sarasota Na-
tional Cemetery is one
of six new national
cemeteries, includ-
ing one in Jacksonville,
that were authorized in
the National Cemetery
Act of 2003. The other
four are in Bakersfield,
Calif.; Birmingham, Ala.;
Columbia/Greenville,


Buchanan pushing to complete cemetery

By CAROL SAKOWITZ not be reached for com- as including the Sarasota ment areas for about concerned. If there are S.C.; and Dolington, Pa.
STAFF WRITER ment for more informa- County Administration 18,200 casket gravesites. no further bid protests, The impetus behind the
tion on the protests. Center at 1660 Ringling There is a total of 7500 we expect to make a creation of the cemeter-


ies is a local veteran
population exceeding
170,000, which is the
minimum level estab-
lished by the VA.
Now, instead of a pro-
jected Phase 1 comple-
tion date of May 2011,
the report estimates the
completion date at De-
cember 2011. However,
the report was written
at a time when Phase lB
was on hold pending the
resolution of a bid pro-
test, which was antici-
pated to be determined
by the end of April 2010.
Since the report was
completed, three other
contracts were awarded,
protested and disquali-
fied.
The South Florida Na-
tional Cemetery, which is
near Miami, was autho-
rized by the Veterans
Millennium Health Care
and Benefits Act of 1999
and opened in 2007.


Construction of the
$28 million next phase
of the Sarasota National
Cemetery, on hold since
May, is showing signs
of activity with a pre-
construction meeting
scheduled at the Venice
Community Center next
two week.
The delay in construc-
tion was noted in a letter
dated Aug. 30 from U.S.
Rep. Vern Buchanan,
R-Sarasota, asking Eric
K. Shinseki, secretary of
the U.S. Department of
Veterans Affairs, to "take
action to ensure the VA
cemetery in Sarasota,
Fla., gets back on sched-
ule."
In his letter, Buchanan
called attention to four
contracts awarded to
four bidders who then
lost them following
protests. Patricia Tison,
senior program analyst
with the project, could


to other area charities,
said Ed Davis, manager of
marketing and nonprofit
resources for the Charlotte
Community Foundation,
which helps smaller area
nonprofits with funding
and training.
"There's a number of
nonprofits at risk in the
area, and we have been
doing everything we can
to make them aware of
it," he said. "When you
lose your nonprofit status
from the IRS, you lose the
biggest advantage to your
donors because the dona-
tion no longer becomes

n pu Andd n ru
will go elsewhere.
Davis predicted many


Sun Coast charities on
the list will file their
paperwork on time, and
said others are protected
under the umbrella of a
national parent organiza-
tion. But come fall, some
area nonprofits that
failed to do their research
will likely be forced to
disband because they
won't be able to oper-
ate with the additional
burden, he said.
Smaller nonprofits that
lose their tax-exempt
status may be eligible to
reapply, but any income
collected between the

on na dble,
according to the IRS.
Area nonprofits on


the state's 580-page list
had different reasons for
not filing a return since
2007. Most said they were
simply unaware the law
had changed. One thing
they all agreed on: If they


don't meet the additional
requirements in time, the
punishment will hurt.
A complete list of
Florida nonprofits in
danger of losing their
tax-exempt status can be


found online at www.irs.
gov/charities/. The IRS
will also publish a list of
organizations that had
their status revoked by
early 2011.
isalman@sun-heroid.com


By JOSH SALMAN
STAFF WRITER
Smaller nonprofits
across Southwest Florida
may lose their tax-exempt
status by mid-October if
they don't file additional
paperwork with the IRS,
which would add a steep
financial burden to organi-
zations already struggling
to keep their doors open.
Hundreds of area
nonprofits are on a list
of nearly 15,000 Florida
charities in danger of
losing their tax-exempt
status this year.
Due to a law change

2 ah n ts,
other than churches, that
collect less than $25,000
in annual revenue to file
a yearly tax return. Before
2007, they were exempt.
Those that have failed to
comply over the last three
years will automatically
have their tax-exempt
status stripped unless
they file a one-time relief
formby Oct. 15, accord-

in i get designa-
tion will mean nonprofits
would have to pay the
same taxes as business
on their reported income,
and donors could no lon-
ger qualify for tax deduc-
tions on their gifts, which
would likely drive them


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Council Chambers at City Hall. The purpose of this
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Districts and Procedures.

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ing another fight, this
one from his home in
Orlando.
Waldrop began a state-
wide effort to ease the fi-
nancialburden placed on
soldiers when they're de-
played overseas. The idea
evolved into Amendment
2, and after four years of
campaigning, the measure
willbe on Florida's ballot
in November. If voters
approve it, the amend-
ment would give military
personnel a break in their
property taxes while serv-
ing in combat.
"This has kind of flown
under the radar a little
bit, but it would be a
monumental show of
support," he said. "It's
about telling these young
men and women we're
not going to burden you


honored as the most
outstanding man of his
platoon and received
recognition for obtaining
the highest score with his
M-14 rifle over all pla-
toons of his graduating
company. After his ad-
vanced training at Camp
Geiger, S.C., and Camp
Pendleton, Calif., Jimmy
was shipped to Okinawa
and then to Vietnam. He
was stationed in Da Nang
near Marble Mountain,
There, he was crew chief
of his armored personnel
carrier. He completed two
tours of duty in Vietnam,
obtaining the rank of ser-
geant, and was honorably
discharged in 1971.
Jimmy worked many
years with his father and
younger brother at M&M
Wrecker Service in New
London. During this time,
he enjoyed collecting
Corvettes
He moved to Florida
in the early '80s, where
he worked at Suncoast
Aluminum and later at
Blaco Construction Com-
pany until his retirement
earlier this year. He made
many friends through
his work.
While living in Florida,
Jimmy enjoyed fishing in
his leisure time and also
became an avid bowler,
winning many trophies
with teammates in his
bowling league.
Heis survivedby
stepsons Jason Hill, Brian
Hill and Jeremy Morgan;
daughter Holly Morgan;
sisters Vicki Galloway,
Debra Morgan; and
brother Terry Morgan.
Services:Amemorial
service will be held at 6
p.m. on Wednesday, Sept.
15, at Kays-Ponger and
Uselton Funeral Home
Venice Chapel, 1935
South Tamiami Trail, Ven-
ice. You may express your


with taxes while you're
fighting for our country."
Amendment 2 would
require the Legislature
to provide an additional
homestead property tax
exemption for military
personnel, including
reservists and National
Guard members, while
deployed in a combat
zone the previous year.
The exemption amount
would be based on the
number of days the per-
son spent overseas.
Waldrop first got the
idea for the exemption
in 2006 when he was hit
with a pricey tax bill at
the height of the housing
boom despite staying al-
most entirely in Afghani-
stan. Like many soldiers,
Waldrop wasn't living
on a military base, so



condolences to the family
at kaysponger.com.

JOhn A. Salesman
John Alden Sleasman,
87, passed away Thurs-
day, Sept. 2, 2010, in
Gainesville, Fla.
... Born in Rock-
ff: wood Pa., Mr.
Salesman was a
combat veteran
ofWorld War II and was
awarded the Purple Heart.
He received a B.A. from
Indiana State Teachers
College and a master's de-
gree from the University of
Florida. A resident ofVen-
ice from 1950 to 1996, he
was an educator for more
than 30 years, first as band
director of the Venice High
School Band, followed
by administrator in the
Sarasota County School
System. He was a former
president of Kiwanis, was
active in the Elks Club
and the Venice Orchid
Society and was a mem-
ber ofVenice-Nokomis
Presbyterian Church. After
retirement, he moved to
Gainesville, where he was
a member of First Pres-
byterian Church and the
Gainesville Orchid Society.
He is survived by his
wife of 60 years, Alice
Salesman; two sons, John
W. and Peter P. Salesman;
his daughters-in-law,
Muff and Mary; and four
grandchildren, Kather-
ine, Glenn, Lauren and
Mathew.
Services: A memorial
service will be held at 11
a.m. on Thursday, Sept.
23, in the chapel of First
Presbyterian Church,
Gainesville.
Contributions: In heu
of flowers, donations may
be made to the scholar-
ship fund of the Univer-
sity of Florida College of
Education.


his property taxes were
the only levy that wasn't
waived, he said.
If Amendment 2 passes
in November, more than
25,500 Floridians serv-
ing in all branches of the
armed forces would see
some break in their taxes
next year, according to
the Collins Center.
"A lot of soldiers don't
have the luxury of living
on a military base, and
they're getting these
pricey property taxes
while they're away," Wal-
drop said. "This would be
a huge move and great
accomplishment for our
troops."
Waldrop tried to get
the measure approved


by state lawmakers for
nearly four years with no
success. Finally, it passed
both the Florida House
and Senate unanimously
in May 2009.
Since then, no group
has publicly come forward
opposing the amendment,
but there has also been
only one local govern-
ment to officially support
it the Miami-Dade
County Commission.
State lawmakers say that's
because the proposal has
gained little public atten-
tion compared with other,
controversial, amend-
ments on the ballot.
Critics of the amend-
ment argue that the ad-
ditional exemption would


further reduce the largest
single-source of revenue
for already struggling lo-
cal governments.
The Florida House of
Representatives esti-
mates the amendment
would have an annual
negative impact of about
$13 million statewide,
assuming current village
rates. Split by 67 counties
and hundreds of mu-
nicipalities, area officials
said, that becomes a
small price to pay
The proposed amend-
ment needs a 60 percent
majority to become state
law. If approved, it would
take effect in January.

jsalman@sun-heroid.com


By JOSH SALMAN
STAFF WRITER

Capt. MichaelWaldrop
still remembers seeing
Taliban gunfire fly by his
troops while fighting in
Afghanistan, sometimes
missing his soldiers by
mere inches.
Leading 60 soldiers
making up the National
Army Rifle Company dur-
ing Operation Enduring
Freedom, Waldrop refused
to let his men fall victim to
the bullets or bombs. He
commanded his company
through dozens of combat
operations and returned
home with a Purple Heart
and two Bronze Stars -
the fourth-highest combat
award given by the Army
for valor.
Now Waldrop is lead-

OBITUARIES
David K. Chay
David Keith Chay, 53,
of 222 Pickle Springs
Road, passed away at his
residence on
Friday, Sept. 3,
,f: 2010.
Born in West
Lake, Ohio, he
was the son of the late
Edmond Chay and Dale
Newsome Chay. Mr. Chay
was a U.S. Navy veteran,
a computer technician,
chief of the Nokomis, Fla.,
Volunteer Fire Depart-
ment and a volunteer
fireman with the Mace-
donia Fire Department.
He was of the Protestant
faith.
Surviving is a sister, Cher-
yl Chay of Sarasota, Fla.
Services: A memorial
service was held at 2 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 12, at the
Macedonia Fire Depart-
ment in Gaffney, S.C. An
online guest register is
available at www.blakely
funeralhome.com.

Jimmy D. Morgan
Jimmy David Morgan of
Venice, Fla., passed away
at his home on Friday,
Sept. 10,
0 2010, at the
age of 62.
Jimmy
was born
Aug. 3, 1948
in Albe-
marle, N.C.,
to the late
Edward David
and Gaye Pop-
lin Morgan. He
attended Stanly
County Schools and
graduatedfromAlbemar-
le Senior High in 1966.
Jimmy joined the
U.S. Marines Corps in
1968 and received basic
training at Parris Island,
S.C. Upon graduation
from boot camp, he was


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POLICE BEAT
Child neglect
A 2-year-old boy is alive because an
alert citizen called 9-1-1.
According to a Sarasota County Sher-
iff's Officer report, on Sept. 10, at 1:28
p.m. a deputy responded to a call about
two adults asleep in a car with a small
child inside. The caller said the adults
were possibly on drugs or drunk.
When the deputy arrived,
he found Justin Roy Webb,
the father of the 2-year-
old boy, passed outin the
driver's seat of the car. The
boy's mother, Alisha D. -
Herrmann, was passed out
in the front passenger seat .
with the child seated on her WEBB
knee.
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the deputy saw a rectan-
gular pill he recognized as -
Alprazolam, a controlled
substance. With his left ?
hand, the child grabbed
the pill. Only inches from
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red pill with the letters "OC" on one
side.
The deputy recognized that as Oxy-
contin, also a controlled substance. The
child put down the power window and
the deputy took the pill from him and
lifted him from the car.
Next to Webb's right hand on the door
armrest the deputy found three more
Oxycontin tablets, two round, white pills
of 30 mg each and two more alprazolam
tablets with fragments of others next to
them. There was also a syringe in a com-
partment between the seats. The deputy
took everything into evidence. Neither
parent regained consciousness while the
deputy was carrying out these tasks.
The deputy woke Webb and Her-
rmann. They told him that at 7 a.m.
that morning, before Herrmann's court
hearing, both had injected oxycodone.
Herrmann said she is an oxycodone
abuser by injection. She said she has
not been prescribed the drug. She said
she bought her supply.
Registered pharmacist Depender Ded-
wal, Walgreens Pharmacy, 3601 Bee Ridge
Road, Sarasota, identified all of the pills.
It is his professional opinion that if the


2-year-old had ingested the "OC" pills it
would have been fatal to him.
Webb, 22, 2100 block Clermont St.,
Port Charlotte and Alisha D. Herrmann,
20, 2200 block Park Road, Venice, were
arrested and charged with possession
of a controlled substance (oxycodone),
possession of drug paraphernalia (with
a drug present) and child neglect with-
out great harm. Each parent received a
bond of $21,120.

BrUISed
A man and woman who are sepa-
rated and divorcing got into a physical
altercation.
According to a Sarasota County Sher-
iff's Officer report, Robert
Gouge got angry at his
wife when she came to the
house to get some docu-
ments she needed and then
began looking through a ..,- -
box on the dining room ""-
table. She said Gouge yelled .
at her, grabbed her right GOUGE
arm and pushed her into
the dining room table. She left the resi-


dence, resumed to her mother's house
where she is staying and called 9-1-1.
The responding deputy saw red hand
and finger marks on her right upper
arm and a bruise on her right leg from
hitting the table.
Gouge denied ever touching his
wife.
Gouge, 47, 3200 block Meadow Run
Drive, was arrested and charged with
domestic battery. He received no bond.

Venice Police
Department arrest
Colt Samuel O'Connors, 19, 700
block Bayview Drive, Nokomis. Charg-
es: possession of marijuana more than
20 grams, possession of drug parapher-
nalia, liquor possession by a person
under 21. Bond: $1,240.
David Lee Donham, 38, 100 block
Kenwood Ave., Venice. Charge: driving
while license suspended third or
subsequent offense. Bond: $1,500.
Marvin Bailey McCullough, 55, 200
block Sea Grape, Venice. Charge: shop-
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a letter recognition eye-chart
exam and asked to answer a
series of lifestyle questions. Not
a replacement for a regular eye
exam the EyeSite kiosk gener-
ates a printed, customized
report of the results along with
relevant eye health information.
William McClure, a regular
customer at Sweetbay, took a
look at the new kiosk.
"I think it is definitely an ad-
vantage to customers," he said.
Excited about the new
customer service, Brian Mc-
Farland, who has managed the
store for almost four years said,
"When the test printout comes
out it also has coupons for
Lasik surgery and eyeglasses."
Center For Sight encourages
everyone to take a more active
role in their eye health by using
this technology, which is not
a replacement for regular eye


exams. EyeSite kiosk users are
encouraged to schedule a com-
prehensive exam and share the
report with an eye-care profes-
sional.
Surveys have found that
more than one-fourth of the
population has never had a
comprehensive, dilated eye
examination. Vision changes
can go unnoticed for years, said
Dr.1Villiam Lahners, medical
director of Center For Sight
and Lasik, cataract and lens
replacement surgeon.
"Our goal is to raise aware-
ness of eye health issues,
beyond vision correction, and
to take steps to minimize these
long-term risks," he said. "Half
of all age-related blindness is
preventable if eye problems are
detected and treated early."

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By ROGER BUTTON
BUSINESS COLUMNIST

Health technology took
another major step forward
when the first EyeSite kiosk was
recently installed in aVenice
supermarket. Similar in size to
a self-test blood-pressure unit,
it provides a self-directed sight
exam taking just five minutes,
then prints out the results.
Center For Sight, 1360 E.
Venice Ave., a multi-physician
practice, provided and installed
the kiosk in the Sweetbay Super-
market & Pharmacy, 1245 Jaca-
randa Blvd. It is free and pro-
vides consumers with a quick,
accurate assessment of near
and distance vision. Two other
kiosks were supplied to Sarasota
Sweetbay supermarkets.
Using touch-screen technol-
ogy, users are presented with


GAE STEWART


Customer William McClure checks
out the new EyeSite kiosk installed
recently in the Venice Sweetbay
Supermarket & Pharmacy, Jacaranda
Boulevard.


SUN PHOTO BY ROGER BUTTON


Chef Jarda Hornacek is
formerly of the Cockpit Cafe.
Joining him is Venice High
School and Keiser Institute
graduate chef Rick Shaw,
formerly of the Crow's Nest.
Selected back-up chefs and
15 local employees have been
hired.
Jackson's features the new
sliding concertina front door
and window. There is seat-
ing for 70 diners inside and
outside. Clyde Butcher's
photographs and freelvi-Fi are
available to diners. It is open
Tuesday through Sunday from
7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Call488-8282.

Returning to nestS
Good news for localbusi-
nesses: Our snowbird friends are
returning. My postmaster con-
firmed northerners have begun
their annual trek south follow-
ing Labor Day. In the supermar-
ket I learned there has been a
noticeable number of returning
customers stocking up for their
warm winter quarters here.

Reopening
TJ Carney's, 2311V. Venice
Ave., reopens Tuesday, Sept. 21,
initially for five days a week,
Tuesday through Saturday.
Ken McBride will be making a
welcome return at the end of
October and the Dixie Spirit
Band is booked to entertain,
said Tom Carney.


He recently closed this restau-
rant temporarily to take his staff
to train the new hires at his new
Pineapples. Call480-9244.

Board election
Congratulations to one of
the most enthusiastic support-
ers of downtown shopping,
Sandy McGowan, owner of
Sandy's Designer Clothing,
1281V. Venice Ave., on being
elected to the board of Venice
MainStreet Inc. Call 484-9911.

Free classeS
Buck Master has opened
Revolutionary Martial Arts,
2141 South Tamiami Trail in
the Merchants Plaza across.
He offers free one-hour self-
defense morning classes for
seniors, women and moms,
fire and police and the service
industry. In the evenings he
has a martial arts program for
children and provides a mix-
ture of martial arts, yoga and
lifestyle fitness programs.
He grew up locally, attending
Venice High School and Mana-
tee Community College, then
worked at Smitty's restaurant
in Venice before being promot-
ed to its East Coast location.
He owned restaurants in
Cocoa Beach and Detroit
before being hired in New York
as a traveling chef. In Detroit
he began a 15-year martial arts
career, obtaining certification


as a fourth degree black-belt
instructor.
Eighteen months ago his
mother, a senior citizen, was
mugged and robbed in a local
convenience store. She spent
several weeks in the hospital, so
he returned to Venice. He has
opened the business because
he wants to give backby help-
ing people protect themselves.
Classes are held mornings
and evenings. Call 525-3389.

Fashion event
A group of downtown stores
onlVestVenice Avenue is
staging a luncheon and fash-
ion show at Cafe Venice on
Wednesday, Oct. 27, in support
breast cancer research. Wendy
Hager, manager of Patching-
ton's, is coordinating this com-
munity event.
Fashions are being pro-
vided by Krystyna's Designs,
Sandy's Designer Clothing and
Patchington's. Jewelry will be
provided by Kerri's Jewels &
Gems. Hair and make-up are by
Eden Salon and decorations by
Holiday Dreams & Memories.
Adding a fun twist to the
event, deserts will be served in
each of the shops. Tickets are
$20 and are only available at
Cafe Venice.

Deficiency-free
"Biannually, the Agency for
Healthcare Administration


surveys facilities and this year
they found nothing wrong and
we received the deficiency-free
certification assisted-living
license," said Lynn Byer, ad-
ministrator, Aston Gardens at
Pelican Pointe Assisted Living
Unit.
"Sarasota County is in Dis-
trict 8, and this is unheard of
with this group of surveyors,
she said. "I am very proud
of the team who worked real
hard to get this deficiency-free
survey.
Thirty-five employees work
in the Assisted Living and
Memory Care Unit, part of the
300-resident independent liv-
ing community employing 160
people. Call 484-9494.

Chamber expo
More than 3,000 visitors are
expected at the Venice Area
Chamber ofCommerce's 23rd
annual Consumer Expo, which
promotes the service industry,
retail, health care and tourism.
The event takes place at the
Venice Community Center on
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 8
and 9. For details and booth
sales, call Donna Pirozzi, 488-
2236.

Editor's Note: Service and
product information in this col-
umn should notbe taken as an
endorsement of the business.

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ROGER BUTTON
Opening Tuesday, Sept. 21,
with fast, casual twists on
quality food plus personal
service is the new Jackson's
American Grill, 1171V. Venice
Ave., in the former Dream Cafe
location.
Diners order and pay the
cashier, receiving a number.
Runners serve gourmet por-
tions on china dishes to tables
or for take-out.
A classic American breakfast
menu is followed by Jackson's
new products for a combined
lunch and dinner menu.
This menu features high-
end, quality classic American
food. The Venice Bypass burg-
er, Chicago hot dogs, Japanese
Kobe premium beef burgers,
fish and chips, salads, surf and
turf are just a few of the items.
Diners can build their own
choice from the gourmet hot
sandwich selection. Micro-
brewery and American beers,
wines, sodas, coffees and tea
are available.


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The Venice Area Board of
Realtors will hold its annual
golf scholarship tournament
on Saturday, Sept. 18, at The
Plantation Golf & Country
Club with a shotgun start at
8:30 a.m.
Over the years we have
donated more than $200,000
to local deserving graduating
students and we can't con-
tinue our tradition without
the help of our Venice com-
munity.
\Ve will have several contests
and hole-in one opportunities
at every par 3. Big prizes are at
stake, from a car to vacation
getaways.
A continental breakfast, a
lunch buffet and unlimited
drinks are included in the
price of golf only $75. If
you don't golf, come and have
lunch (only $20) and bid on
some of the great auction
items.
Stop by the board office, 680
Substation Road, for an appli-
cation or call 484-0614.
Your support of this worth-
while project is most appreci-
ated

Gae Stewart is president of
the Venice Area Board ofReal-
tors.





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Oct.24, with promotions and specials
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was unable to come to an
agreement for what in his
opinion was a fair price.
"I cannot raise these
prices any more" he
said, adding that he told
Dempsey, "If you keep on
raising the rent, you are
going to put me out of
business."
Calls to Gail Dempsey's
home were not returned
prior to press time.
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the move.
Stape has a detailed
contents list and said he is
taking all the equipment,
including chairs, tables,
shelves, freezers, coolers,
ovens, ventilation system
and outside tables. Every-
thing, including the decor
and charm, willbe in the
new place, he said, and all
the employees are going
with him.
"I am leaving it as an
empty shell," he said.


He would not allow the
landlord to show it as a
restaurant.
"Those secrets and trade
names belong to me," he
said. "Nobody is taking
pictures, measuring equip-
ment. On my attorney's
instructions I said'no'."
Stape said he was up to
date on all payments and
their agreement requires
for only 30 days' notice. He
gave Dempsey 60 days' no-
tice on Aug. 1 that he would


be leaving on Nov. 1.
He agreed it is within
her legal rights to give a
15-day legal notice, be-
cause they have no lease.
It's unfair but legal, he
said, and that is why he
is leaving.
"It never should have
been a restaurant in my
opinion, because it is way
too small for operating,"
he said. "There is no way
to have a good flow. It is
tight and we are bumping


into each other, making
it dangerous. It does not
meet any current code."
The Galleria location
is new. Stape wants to
speed up completion and
has spoken to the owner,
but it has a six-week
build-out.
"He said they will try to
speed it along as fast as
they can," he said.
Stape said he had want-
ed to renegotiate a lease on
the existing location but


changed vesting in the
Florida Retirement
System from nine years
to six, that made nearly
every council member
eligible for lifetime ben-
efits, he said.
The legislature had
good reason to act. Term
limits meant elected of-
ficials would contribute
even if they were elected
to three full three-year
terms, but they'd term-
limit out, never getting
any benefit from the
program.
"We never had any-
body ever complain
because the pay was so
low," Calamaras added.
When we finally took it
to referendum 10 or 12
years ago (compensa-
tion) was raised from
$3,000 annually to
$9,000. Even then we're
still paid the lowest."
The city ofVenice pays


elected council members
$10,200 annually. The
mayor receives $12,000.
In North Port the city
pays $25,200 to commis-
sioners, while the city of
Sarasota pays $25,418 to
its elected officials. Sara-
sota County pays $77,547
annually to county com-
missioners.
Still, some believe dire
economic times call for
sharing the burden.
"We've gone through
the biggest economic
upheaval since the great
depression," said resi-
dent Deborah Ander-
son. "A lot has changed.
Senior citizens are not
recovering money on
investments, no increase
in medicare and there is
a feeling everybody is in
it together except the
Venice City Council. It
looks terrible."
"I realize it's a sensi-


tive issue," testified Don
Anderson, who worked
31 years in the insurance
industry. He supported
studying the cost rami-
fications and perhaps
eliminating or modifying
the benefits.
He also issued a warn-
ing.
"In the next couple
of years, when national
health care bill is fully
implemented you are go-
ing to see costs increase
substantially. It's not go-
ing to get any better. It's
only going to get worse."
Carlesimo also pushed
to include studying the
issue benefits for charter
members, which in-
cludes the city manager,
city attorney and city
clerk. He previous said
they are paid well already
and the city doesn't have
an obligation to provide
such benefits to contrac-


tual employees.
City Clerk Lori Stelzer
said she didn't par-
ticipate in the plan, even
though her contract al-
lows her free coverage for
herself.
City Manager Isaac
Turner said he loved his
job, but made a sacrifice
coming to Venice. He said
any change at this point
would necessitate rene-
gotiating his contract.
"Cutting benefits at
this point is a very seri-
ous issue for me."
City Attorney Bob An-
derson said he thought
the review of charter
members was directed at
himself and his associ-
ate Wayne Hall, who also
receive the benefits. They
handle most of the city's
legal work.
"If you want to discuss
health benefit for Bob
and Wayne Hall then tell


me. You do a disservice
to the city clerk and city
manager to lump them
into something that's
focused on me. Set it on
the agenda and I will
have that discussion."
Gary Budway, presi-
dent of the Venice Tax-
payers League, said he'd
like to see the county
Charter Review Com-
mittee settle the matter
of whether an increase
of decrease in benefits
should ultimately go to
referendum.
"You are all foxes in
the hen house talking
about this. People have
approached us to start a
signature (campaign) for
a referendum. I said no.
Not until after the elec-
tion. We aren't going to
dance around and let this
question float among the
foxes."
ggues@venicegondoner.com


tice to teach swallowing
techniques.
"I just cannot imagine
putting this teacher back
in the classroom. She
(O'Neill) testified that de-
spite the ban on corporal
punishment she felt that
her 'methods' were ac-
ceptable. What parent is
willing to put their child
in her classroom know-
ing that attitude?
"I know that Ms.
O'Neill was once a very
dedicated and capable
teacher. But she crossed
a line. I believe it is in the
best interest of the chil-
dren not to accept this
settlement agreement."
Englewood resident


Kathy James, who lost
in her August bid for a
school board seat, also
sent a letter of support.
"Please hold Ms. Diana
O'Neill accountable for
her actions," she wrote to
Sherknus.
"Stay strong and please
know that other parents
like me are out here sup-
porting people like you
who are trying to do the
right thing."
Marie Meckman, par-
ent of a special needs
child and member of
Manasota BUDS lo-
cal advocacy group for
Down syndrome, said the
case is important to the
entire Down syndrome


community.
"Regardless of her is-
sues, and I do hope she
gets help, she should
not be allowed to work
with young children or
children in special educa-
tion," she wrote. "We can-
not expect her to change
personalities and flaws
through training. I speak
from 30 years of experi-
ence in management.
Our obligation is to the
children, not the teacher.
"We took corporal pun-
ishment out of our school
years ago for typically
developing children. Why
would we allow teachers
to hurt the most vulnera-
ble children? What kind of


message does this send?"
Sherknus wrote directly
to Education Commis-
sioner Eric Smith, saying
she is disappointed the
department of education
didn't bother to contact
any of the parents of
children involved regard-
ing the EPC's upcoming
decision.
"We have not been
asked for input, com-
ment nor details of this
matter," she wrote. "Ms.
O'Neill has continued
throughout the entire
process of criminal trial,
arbitration and now with
the DOE hearing, being
able to defend herself,
hire private attorneys to


protect her and defend
her undefendable ac-
tions. (In this case) the
victims and the victims'
families have had no
such opportunity. How
can (staff) possibly feel
they are able to do justice
and make proper deci-
sions without having any
input from the families
involved?"
Sherknus said neither
she nor the other families
would attend the hearing
in Tallahassee because
they were told they
wouldn't be allowed to
speak. She's placing her
faith, instead, on these
and similar letters.
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taurant.
He purchased the
cafe 15 years ago from
Dempsey, the original
owner, who had operated
it under the same name.
"She sold it, I paid it
off and I'm moving it," he
said. All the employees
had expected to stay till


BENEF ITS: City council members debate insurance and other perks for themselves


FROM PAGE 1
Mayor Ed Martin said
Carlesimo's column left
"an unfortunate im-
pression" that council
members somehow
put themselves into
the medical plan giv-
ing themselves lifetime
health and retirement
benefits, when in fact
council voted earlier this
summer to contribute
to the cost of the health
care program. The plan
had been in place nearly
40 years, he said.
Martin, who doesn't
receive health benefits,
got an assist from former
mayor Dean Calamaras,
who does,
Calamaras said what
changed was the state's
vesting rules, and that
has changed the whole
discussion.
When the state


OUST: Member of BUDS says teacher's case is important to Down syndrome community


FROM PAGE 1
striking these defense-
less children in the head
with boards. She admit-
ted flicking them in the
head. I had both of these
tactics demonstrated
on me during trial and I
have to tell you that the
latter really hurts.
"She admitted calling
the children names and
saying that one child was
a waste of the air that
she breathes. She further
admitted holding a child's
nose to make her swallow
food. A speech pathologist
testified as to the dangers
of doing so and that this is
not an acceptable prac-


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the Myakka River
Laurel Oaks Road
neighborhood (JPA area
no. 10), 250 acres of
mixed vacant land and
single-family ranches en-
compassing the Shakett
River conservation wa-
tershed area off Knights
Trail Road
The decision, say crit-
ics, instead allows the
Sarasota County Board of
County Commissioners
to determine the fate of
more than 1,300 acres ad-
joining the city- without
receiving taxes by people
who may move into those
areas in the future.
On Tuesday, city
council directed staff to
publish a legal notice
announcing a public
hearing set for Sept. 28 to
consider an anticipated
settlement agreement
between the city and
the DCA. Council also


intends to transmit on
Sept. 28 a revised JPA
document to Sarasota
County, paying the way
for final DCA approval.
"As a result of DCA's
finding, staff and their
consultants have begun
preparing to implement
a strategy to resolve the
noncompliance issues,"
said Tom Slaughter,
director of general de-
velopment services. "It
is not the city's desire to
challenge DCA's find-
ing, but to make the
applicable adjustment
and ultimately resolve
the remaining issues. We
believe that the city and
DCA will find an accept-
able solution in the form
of a compliance settle-
ment agreement."
Meanwhile, Venice
Regional Medical Center
signed on as intervened
in the comp plan litiga-


tion with the DCA. Venice
Aviation Society Inc. and
Venice Airport Business
Association prepared a
joint petition to do the
same, but withheld it,
not wanting to delay the
plan further, said VASI
President Nick Carlucci.
In the audience was
Bob Burrus, who many
cite as responsible for the
shuttle diplomacy that
resulted in the letter from
the county commission
agreeing to Venice City
Council's lower densities
in the draft comp plan.
At the time the letter was
hailed as a quick resolu-
tion to the dilemma of
having to redo the JPA,
with the understand-
ing it would need to be
amended later on.
But DCA ultimately
ruled the discrepancy in
densities in the JPA and
comp plan were unac-


acceptable. It demanded
a reconstituted JPA for-
mally approved by both
parties.
Council Member
Emilio Carlesimo, who
doesn't like the plan,
offered an alternative
approach to meeting
DCA's concerns. He made
a motion to raise not
lower the densities
in the comp plan in line
with the original JPA -
eliminating any discrep-
ancy. But Mayor Ed Mar-
tin and Council Member
Sue Lang, who oppose
higher densities, laughed
aloud at the idea.
"We went down this
road on assurances from
(Bob Burrus) this would
get county approval ... to
make sure this plan gets
approved. Shouldn't we
have a backup plan in
place?" Carlesimo asked.
"That has a familiar


ring to what some land
use attorneys have said,"
Martin replied.
Venice land-use attor-
ney JeffBoone, a regular at
council meetings, charac-
terized the entire episode
as a waste of time.
"City council never
needed to lower the densi-
ties to begin with," Boone
said. "Even the previous
city councils, who they
described as being aggres-
sively pro-growth, rezoned
all the properties near
the JPA area at the middle
of the density ranges, or
even lower.
"City council was
provided that informa-
tion before they voted to
adopt the plan amend-
ment, but they ignored it.
Once again, they wasted
time and money trying
to solve a problem that
didn't exist."
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
CTRWCEUL HN AOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No: 2009-DR-016749-SC
IN RE: The Marriage of:
JAMES BARKER SKELTON
Petitioner
CLEOTILDE TdSKELTON
Respondent.
NOTICE OF ACTION
TO: CLEOTILDE R. SKELTON
VERA CRUZ, MEXICO


YOUARoENOTIFIEDTHATsanbeceon
against you and that you are required to
y oaltcopbom u wrrkt ndeef ses, if
c/o
Joseph R. DeCiantis, Attorney, whose
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October 4, 2010, and file the original
with the Clerk of this Court at South
un% C unrthousLe 4209030 S. Tamia-
If ou fail to do so a default ma be
entered against you for the relief
demanded in the petition.
Dated: August 18, 2010.

CLERK OF T RCENCblRUCOH G
By: A Thomas
Deputy Clerk
Venice Gondolier Sun
PUBLISH:
September 1, 2010
emb 0
September 22, 2010


Notice Under Fictitious
Name Law Pursuant to
Section 865.09,
Florida Statutes
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under-
signed, desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious name of Lightray
Media located at 313 Glen Oak Rd in
the County of Sarasota, in the city of
Venice, Florida 34293 Intends to register
the said name with the Division of Corpo-
rations of the Florida Department of
State, Tallahassee, Florida.
Dated at Venice, Florida, this 10th day
of September 2010.
Tracy Montgomery
Publish: September 15, 2010

NOTICE OF ACTION




IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
TWELFTHJUDICIAL
CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No:2010-DR-008238-NC
Division: Family
SEBASTIAN LOPACKI
Husband
and
A LOPACKI

NOTICE OF ACTION FOR PUBLICA-
TION
.
TO RESPONDENT: Ewa Lopacki

YOU ARE NOTIFIED THAT an action for
Dissolution of Marriage, including claims
for dissolution of marrigae, payment of
debts, division of real estate and person-
al property, and for payments of support,
has been filed against you. You are
required to serve a copy of your written
defenses, if any, to It on Brandon M.
Daniels, of The Daniels Law Firm
P.L.C.,Petitioner's attorney, whose
address is 1605 Main Street; Suite
600, Sarasota, FL 34236, on or
before September 3, 2010, and file the
original with the Clerk of this Court at
2000 Main St., Sarasota, FL 34237
either before service on Petitioner's attor-
ney or Immediately thereafter; otherwise
a default will be entered against you for
the relief on the petition.
WARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida
Family Law Rules of Procedure,
requires certain automatic disclo-
sure of documents and informa-
tion. Failure to comply can result
in sanctions, including dismissal
or striking of pleadings.
Dated: August 13, 2010.
KAREN E. RUSHING
CLERK OF THE CIRBCUIMCOU
Deputy Clerk
Venice Gondolier Sun
PUBLISH:
ues
September 15, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
SO COUNTY,
JENNIFER VENT tStloner
and
James Cooper,
CASER Op.7d0ej-DR-8467-SC
NOTICE OF ACTION

-DRAMES PEWRN

FoR Pe0j0 tE ND r ne tn tend
Other Related Issues has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a copy of your written defenses, if
any, to It on Jennifer Ventres, c/o
seph R.1D8 iantisaAttorneyll 0
A, Venice, FL 34293 on or before Sep-
tember 27, 2010 and file the original
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DEFAULT MAY BE ENTERED
AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF
DEMANDED IN THE PETITION.
DATED: August 13, 2010.
KAREN E. RUSHING, CLERK
Clerk of the Circuit Court
DeputyBC er ( Ae
Publish:
nicse Gond2oliler Sun
Se member 1, 2010
September 8, 2010
September 15, 2010


whose date of death was June 27,
2010 is pending in the Circuit Court for
Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Divl-
slon, the address of which is P.O. Box
3079, Sarasota, FL 34230-3079.
The names and addresses of the person-
al 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 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 ACOPY OF THIS NOTICE
ON THEM.
All other creditors of the decedent
dma s gpis dnescehd tTe smu
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
BARN WITHSTANDING 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 September 8, 2010.

PeBsaonnkal e ecnata
c/o 213 Harbor Drive North
Venice, FL 34285
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Donna-Lee M. Roden
Florida Bar No. 771790
213 Harbor Drive North
Venice, FL 34285
Telephone: (941) 486-8555
PUBLISH: September 8, 15, 2010

IN T IRC TCC UNRTT FOR
FLORIDA
IN RE: ESTATE OF
MARK J. BENIKE
Deceased.
2010-CP-3154-NC
Division: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
Mark J. Benike deceased, whose date
of death was August 19th, 2010,and
w% socialde curitenurnc soxxtx-@
Sarasota County Florida, Probate Divi-
slow the address of which is P.O. Box
3079, Sarasota, FL 34230-3079. The
names and addresses of the personal
representatives and the personal repre-
sent vecs a meydaredetdfort belo d
other persons having claims or demands
nstddte d ees atreq rewhtoomba
served must file their claims with this
cM TH7TAHiqERT E LTA EROFOFTHE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE

ENR EMOAFACA EROFH D OETI
All other creditors of the decedent
dma s gpl s dnescehd t e smu
eO TEw hTt tEW FHITNI-IE
FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOT E. CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN
THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN
SECTION 733.702 OF THE FLORIDA
ATE CODE WILL BE FOREVER

PERNOODTWI HS GB E, T E

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not cehes t resrt 8pu20c on of this
Personal Representative:
MICHAELO'CONNOR
640 Acadia Road,
Veni ce, FL 34293

t rvPersonal

4EOC I.Ds ACORBRIoDGhE, P.A.
Sulte 200
me n: 94428)5488-7751
Florida Bar No. 116573
PUBLISH: September 8, 15, 2010
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR
SARASOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
CAROLYN B. YACKANICH
Deceased.
File No. 2010-CP-003014-NC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of


Carolyn B. Yackanich deceased,
whose date of death was July 17, 2010
Is pending in the Circuit Court for Sara-
sota County, Florida, Probate Division,
the address of which is P.O. BOX 3079,
Sarasota, Florida 34230. The names
and addresses of the personal represen-
tative and the personal 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 THREE
(3) MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF
THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS
NOTICE OR THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER
THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY
OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM.
and1thatherpecreatsorha nthec cement
demands against the decedents estate
must file their claims with this court
WITHIN THREE (3) MONTHS AFTER
THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICA-
TION OF THIS NOTICE.
ALLCLAIMS NOT SO FILED
WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET
FORTH IN SECTION 733.702 OF THE
FLO DEAR ATE CODE WILL BE
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 Septem sro I 2e0pl entative:

Eugene Yackanich
4200 Homestead-Duquesne Road
Munhall, Pennsylvania 15120
Attorney for Personal
Representative:
Adam R. Miller
Attorney for Eugene Yackanich
Florida Bar No: 0903841
218 Harbor Drive South
Venice, Florida 34285
Telephone: (941) 488-9641
PUBLISH: September 8, 15, 2010

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
SOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DANIEL VICTOR JONES, A/K/A
DANIEL JONES
cease d.
File No: 2010-CP-2P5r batC
division:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the Estate of
DANIEL VICTOR JONES, A/K/A
DANIEL JONES, deceased, File No.
2010-CP-2571-SC is pending in the Cir-
cult Court for SARASOTA County, Florl-
da, Probate Division, the address of
t,1sP r x E sh na as ,k
34230-3079. The names and address-
ofothe personal 0ss tt vee aa ee
forth below
otheAlpe vi g Im dd rtaa
against decedents estate include ng
8 r ceo ye I Ilqut a
Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE
ST UL IN OTFDT S T
OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS
NOT EoON THEdMto f the decedent
and personesr h Ing aloms or demands
against the decedents estate, including
unmatured, contingent or unhquldated
claims m tNf eH eErM a sHSw FTt

OENDO EHOFNTOHTECFIRST PUBLICA-

NA I. CF S ND BOEBJFEOCRT R
notic es tmfdresrt 1ptl2c on of this
Personal Representative:
Gregory L. Jones
5617 VillaKae Grnn7%
Attorney for Personal '
R resent inson
FL Bar No. 161468
gleSwe 223
(941) 474-7600
PUBLISH: September 15, 22, 2010.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARA-
SOTA COUNTY,
FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: ESTATE OF
DELORS MAE LIVENGOODDeceased.
File No. 2010-CP-001610-SC
Division: Probate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The administration of the estate of
dDELOREd wh MAEate OLIVdENGOOD,
cease ose was
March 12, 2010, and whose social


security number is XXX-XX-9957, is
pending in the Circuit Court for Sarasota
County, Florida, Probate Division, the
address of which is P.O. Box 3079,
Sarasota, FL 34230-3079. The names
and addresses of the personal represen-
tative and the personal 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
he edso ha ngs tdelem
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
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PERIOD SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY
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Englewood, Florida 34224
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Florida Bar No. 00711100
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686 North Indiana Ave, Ste A
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Telephone: (941) 474-3241
Fax: (941) 475-2927
PUBLISH: September 15, 22, 2010
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SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA
PROBATE DIVISION
IN RE: Estate of
PATTY J. DELORETO
Deceased.
File No: 2010-CP-3229-SC
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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PATTY J. DELORETO, deceased, whose
date of death was July 17, 2010, and
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RURAL: City decides to nix North Venice annexations to get comp plan OK'd


FROM PAGE 1

future annexations iden-
tified in the JPA. They
will remain under the
county's jurisdiction for
the foreseeable future.
The four areas are:
*Venice Myakka River
neighborhood (JPA area
no. 4), a 52-acre vacant
parcel bordering the My-
akka River at the northwest
corner of the Venetian Golf
& River Club
Border/Jacaranda
Boulevard neighborhood
(JPA area no. 9a), 307
acres of vacant land bor-
dering Commerce Park
near I-75 off Jacaranda
Border Road/Curry
Creek (JPA area no.
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2010

CITY NOTES
COMPILED BY NEws EDITOR GREG GILES

Venice City Council took the follow-
ing actions on Sept. 14:
Reappointed architect Mark Beebe
to serve a three-year term on the Archi-
tectural Review Board.
Approved a resolution adopting the
Sarasota County Unified Local Mitiga-
tion Strategy as the formal guide for the
city hazard mitigation activities and
floodplain management plan. The plan
is required to be adopted annually by
Oct. 1 and is currently still under review
by the Florida Division of Emergency
Management. The local plan is county-
wide and is designed to reduce risks
to people and property from natural
and man-made hazards. Having such
a plan increases the likelihood of state
and federal funding for pre- and post-
hazard mitigation projects.
Sent back to staff for additional
work a resolution establishing guide-
lines for the granting of the ad valorem
tax options approved by voters last

Adopted an ordinance amending
the emergency management plan for
the city. In addition to the mayor, the
city manager will now be able to de-
clare a civil emergency. Both would be
authorized to impose a curfew if neces-
sary; order the closing of establish-
ments serving liquor and beer; close
gas stations or prohibit the dispensing
of liquid flammable or combustible
products, firearms or ammunition; or
any other orders that "are imminently


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HOCOSsary for the protection of life and
property.
A declared state of emergency previ-
ously expired after 72 hours but could
be extended by the mayor. New lan-
guage states a declaration of emergen-
cy made by the mayor or city manager
and remains in place until rescinded by
either.
The ordinance also realigns the order
of succession for any vacancy on the
city council during an emergency cre-
ated by death, resignation or disability.
The order of succession is: first, city
manager; second, city attorney; third,
city clerk; fourth, assistant city man-
ager; fifth, fire chief; sixth, police chief;
seventh, finance director.

Restroom delays
Sharky's expansion
The much-anticipated expansion of
Sharky's on the Pier hit another snag
recently.

m 1 nDt nm e r at ed
Sharky's that the public restroom
planned underneath the second-story
restaurant addition is a no-go and must
be moved elsewhere. Pier Group, which
owns the restaurant, asked for up to
a six-month extension to resubmit its
100-percent design plans. Pier Group
agreed to add public restrooms closer
to the parking lot as part of an agree-
ment to renovate the restaurant, which
it is required to complete under its
lease with the city.


in the Gulf of Mexico with 10 miles of
its shoreline; support for state efforts
to assist residents whose homes were
built using tainted Chinese drywall;
property tax and insurance reform;
increased funding for red-tide research;
support to eliminate the cap placed on
Sadowski Housing Trust Funds; beach
renourishment funding assistance; and
state incentives to encourage citizens
to retrofit their homes with energy-effi-
cient and alternative-energy products.
Spending $26,800 for airfield mark-
ings, signs and fence construction by
AVCON Inc.
A contract with Itran Partners for
construction of a $138,175 Automated
Weather Observation System at the
airport.


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allowed to practice.
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City expenditureS,
leases approved
Venice City Council approved a
dozen items under the city manager's
report on Sept. 14, including:
The purchase of an Elgin Street
Sweeper from Tallahassee for $218,090.66.
Reimbursement of $16,740 related
to a grant from the Florida Fish and
Wildlife Commission through the BP oil
spill for 89 streetlight shields to reduce
impacts on nesting marine turtles and
hatchlings.
Legislative priorities for the upcom-
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Protect yourself from the snnakes out to scam you


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PUBLISHER
LANG CAPASSO
PHONE: (941) 207-1210
FAX: (941) 484-8460
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SEPT.15, 2010


GONDOLIER SUN EDITOR


The propensity of humans to fall for
scams goes way back, some would
say all the way back to a snake of-
fering up a ripe apple to a naive couple
camping in a lovely garden.
You may wonder how people can fall
for a scam artist's pitch, but it's easy. We
tend to be a trusting species, because
we tend to believe other people are just
like us, basically decent and honest.
It's something of a shock when they are
not. And it may exact a price.
No one wants to stroll through his or
her life frightened that there may be a
snake under every bush, but the fact is
that snakes do exist and they do hang
out under some bushes. So it's wise to
be alert to that possibility when you see
some movement in the undergrowth
and to realize that not all snakes warn
you with a rattle or hiss. As detectives
will tell you, everyone needs to hone
their sixth sense, especially in an age
when telephones and e-mail provide
such easy personal access.
Also realize these snakes never quit
devising new schemes to separate de-
cent people from their money.


Gondolier Sun staff writer Brooky
Brown recently wrote about a hand-
ful of new scams making the rounds.
One is known as the "Grandma Scam,"
in which someone pretending to be a
grandchild in trouble calls and asks for
money. Sound ridiculous? Maybe so.
But these snakes don't need a lot of vic-
tims; just a few will do. That's why the
state Attorney General's Office recently
felt a need to issue an alert about this
one.
And there are variations on the
theme. Brown noted a colleague whose
friends had gotten an e-mail that sup-
posedly came from him, saying he
was out of the country, had gotten in
trouble and needed money wired to an
account. Then there was a local man
who was offered a puppy in an e-mail
that seemed to come from a legitimate
Web site. He sent money to rescue the
dog. That turned to be one big-hearted
mistake.
The Sun's consumer watchdog, David
Morris, also recently wrote about a clas-
sified-ad scam in which a local person
was offered big rewards for an easy job.


Fortunately, the person smelled a rat
and called a credit union to ask about
a check that had arrived in the mail. It
was a phony. Then there was another e-
mail from someone offering big rewards
for market research. And then ...
Well, you get the picture. As Morris
said, the most important thing to real-
ize is that if you get an offer that seems
too good to be true, it is.
Here are some ways to protect your-
self from these predatory reptiles.
Be very wary of offers that come
by e-mail or from people who call out
of the blue. Resist the urge to respond
before you check out an offer with a
reliable source.
Never wire money.
Cashier's checks and money orders
look legit, but banks will hold you
responsible if you cash them and they
turn out to be fakes.
Do not give out personal informa-
tion, your bank account number, a
PayPal number, a credit card number or
your Social Security number.
Don't fall for people who e-mail
or call from your bank or credit card


company asking you to verify personal
information. You can always place a call
to your bank or card company on your
own and ask if there is a problem.
Don't click on links that come in
unsolicited e-mails.
Beware of e-mails from "victims" of
disasters. Chances are the real victim
will be you.
You can get information from the FBI
Web site (www.FBI.gov) or the Florida
Attorney General's Web site through a
project called Seniors vs. Crime (www.
seniorsvscrime.com). Call (800) 203-
3099. The project also has an office in
Englewood that is open Tuesday and
Thursday mornings. Call (941) 474-
9600. Don't hesitate to call the sheriffs
office or police department wherever
you live. Chances are it's been alerted
through the law enforcement network
to the latest scam.
It happens every day.
It can happen to you if you are not
careful.
Just be careful of the snakes; you
never know when they'll slither out
from under a bush.


door. I went to a glass shop
where I was told they do it but
preferred not to. They sent me
to another shop that basi-
cally told me the same thing.
I found a third shop that gave
me all the info I needed and
even gave me a book of design.
Knowing I finally was going to
get someone to do it, I left feel-
ing content.
Five days later I received a
call from the wife telling me
the quote would be coming
in a day or two. A week later
I called back asking for the
quote. The husband said his
wife wasn't in and she does the
quotes. Three weeks later, I still
haven't heard from them. The
estimate for this job was in the
$1,200 range.
During this time I wanted to
have a new batch of sod put on
my yard. The sod man came
out, gave me a quote and told
me he would be out in a week
to do the job. Again, the first
week went by, then the second
and the third and so on. I did
not call back. The quote for the
sod was $2,500.
I could add plumbers who
don't show up, electricians
who won't come after 4 p.m. or
lawn mower repair people who
say it will take a month to fix
your mower for something as
simple as a carburetor clean-
ing.
Maybe it is the look of
shock on my face when I
hear the estimates before
the actual quote that makes
them just give up, or maybe
they just enjoy grousing
about the lack of work. I real-
ly don't know. I am thinking,
though, that when it takes
that much work to get people
to show up, what quality of
work can you really expect
from them?
I did say to one, "Business
must be good." All I got back
was a blank look and a muffled
"no." I guess the look of shock
that crossed my face and said
"Really" took them back a little.

Lang Capasso is the publisher
of the Venice Gondolier Sun.


Every time you pick up a
newspaper or watch TV, you
are inundated with how bad
the building and housing
industry has become. Con-
tractors, home remodelers,
landscapers anyone re-
motely attached to the build-
ing industry cannot find work
regardless of how hard they
try. That is why this true story
surpnsed me, as I am sure it
will surprise you.
Actually, I would be willing
to bet many of you have had
a similar experience in your
dealings with people involved
in fixing up your home. This
all happened in the span of a
month.
In my innocence, I figured
with business off I would try to
get some projects done around
the house and they would be
done quite quickly and at a
good price as work was at a
premium.
My first foray into the re-
modeling field came as I was
thinking about redoing my
kitchen. I called someone I
was acquainted with to come
out and give me a quote. After
three weeks his partner called
me and asked if anyone had
followed up. I said no. He said
they would be right out.
After another two weeks
went by they did show and two
weeks later I got my quote by
phone. The quote came in at
$10,000. It was more than I was
willing to pay or wanted to pay.
I guess I don't know about the
cost of kitchens.
A week later I thought I
would redo my entryway and
put in a two-door glass one
with a design etched on the
second door and a solid glass
one in the front like a storm


gffgmAge to


Violation. The deed restric-
tions state: No RVs or boats,
and properly maintained
properties. In our community,
I see boats, RVs and poorly
maintained properties and two
directors with boats or RVs on
their properties in direct viola-
tion of their oath of office. I
also understand that the board
of directors as a group took
this oath to enforce the rules
and regulations and are jointly
and singularly responsible.
What's wrong with this pic-
ture? Do we need an attorney
or a more legally, morally and
ethically responsible board
of directors? And now this: a
windfall of a retroactive refund
of assessments for some hom-
eowners who have been pay-
ing for the two lots their house
is built on, and now they only
have to pay for one lot.
Reason. Teacher is accused
of abusing her handicapped chil-
dren and the reason that teacher
is still working is because the
principal did not do her job and
document the situation. I think
that the principal should be
removed from her position and
a competent professional should
be put in our school.
Yes. Should "None of the
above" be allowed in a voting
booth? Mark me down for yes,
most assuredly.
Followme.Re: Greg Giles'
article on the Bolamrecount-
a few things are obvious. First,
Bolamtakesnoresponsibilityfor
not knowing or being familiar
with the election statute or pro-
cedures. Second, Giles needs a
follow-up article to remind your
readers of the outcome of the
Jennings-Buchanan and Gore-
Bush recounts. Maybe he could
mention the delegates from all
over who have visited Kathy
Dent's office to observe one of
the most respected supervisor
of elections in the world. Last,
with the systemic use now, the
recount is far from costly. Mr.
Giles might research the cost and
report in the follow-up article.
Help wanted. I'mlooking for
some help. My senior club and I
are collecting toys for Christmas


not answer. The next thing she
heard was one of her locked
windows opening. She went out
and there was a policewoman
coming in her window. They
proceeded to yell at her that a
9-1-1 call came from this ad-
dress and then got disconnect-
ed; when they called back, no
one answered. Neither of which
happened. The policewoman
demanded that she bring her
phone, made a call and then
turned and left. No apologies.
I'm sure ChiefWilliams would
be proud of these two police
officers' behavior.
Unlimited. Re: a word limit
in the Let'em Have It column. I
say an absolute no to the word
limit. Freedom of speech. If
you want to talk, keep talking.
And if you don't want to read
it, don't read it.
No question. Yes, I think
"None of the above" should be
a choice in the voting booth;
that way your intention will
not be in question.
Pumped. There's no "Bypass"
listed anymore. The state of
Florida removed "Bypass" and
it's now called Tamiami Trail.
All the businesses along the
Bypass Bird Bay Shopping
Center, McDonald's, all of them
- have U.S. 41 Bypass listed in
the phone book as their address
and on all of their advertise-
ments. Strange.Very confusing
for people coming into the area
looking for the Bypass. Also, the
NokomisVolunteer Fire Depart-
ment has two Class A pumpers.
That's allit has to serve the area.
I found it interesting that they
took one to Englewood for a La-
bor Day parade. They only had
one pumper for the Nokomis
area on Labor Day. That's not
responsible. They're not protect-
ing our citizens to the best of
their ability. Sarasota County
should go in there immediately
and take over the department
so it can come under its control.
Citizens would have a say about
finances and how the depart-
ment is run. There's no public
information about the depart-
ment anymore. Let's look into
this. There are issues there.


for the Toys for Tots, but I do not
know how to contact the people
to pick up the toys, or where I
can take the toys. I would like
to get them to them at least by
the end of November, but I don't
know who to call. If you have
this information, I would greatly
appreciate it.
Editor's Note: Try calling the
Gulf Coast Detachment of the
Marine Corps League, 473-1419.
Horsing around? I think
John Holic is a stalking horse
for HarryWalia. Consider this:
Here is a man who's run-
ning for mayor and is taking
athree-weekvacationinthe
middle of September in this
very short campaign season.
Uncalled. There are erasers
at ends of pencils for a reason,
Mistakes happen. When this
happens, we apologize and go
on. Last week, two officers from
the Venice Police Department
came early in the a.m. and
rang this person's front door-
bell. Not feeling well and not
expecting anyone, the person
did not answer the door. They
then started pounding on the
door and, because this person
had a similar experience in
the past, with someone serv-
ing notice that her rental was
in foreclosure, she again did


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aware of their heritage as we
are facing difficult threats in
our history during the wars on
terror. Thousands of our mili-
tary men and women heroes
overseas are defending our
strong belief in the right of
people's freedom from control
by their rulers.
I encourage all citizens to
fly our American flag on Sept.
17 and read our magnificent
document, the U.S. Constitu-
tion.

Jean Maxwell Catsakis
Chair, Constitution Week Committee
Sara De50to Chapter
Daughters of the American Revolution


neutered.

Fly the flag Sept.17
Editor:
. Sept. 17 is Constitution Day
in America and marks the
223rd anniversary of the sign-
ing of America's most impor-
tant document.
This signing event took place
Sept. 17, 1787, in Philadelphia,
Pa. Each year we citizens ob-
serve Constitution Week Sept.
17-23.
The Constitution represents
our great heritage. The main
purpose of its drafters in 1778
was to establish limits to the
new government, assuring that
it would not have control over


the citizens' rights, as King
George of England had done.
"We the people" need to
be reawakened to a renewed
understanding of how our
relationship with our govern-
ment is defined and what
the rights and hmitations
upon each are. This is what
the American Revolution was
fought for.
As we enjoy the blessings of
liberty and celebrate Constitu-
tion Week, be grateful for the
privilege of being an American
in a country that functions
under the oldest Constitution
still in active use today.
More than ever, today
Americans need to be more


mese python, monitor lizard,
etc., that shows up at your
doorstep will also be fed.
Please do not perpetuate
these wanton killers.We have
no room for them to expand
by the thousands. Stop feeding
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Gene BalSinger
Venice

Editor's Note: In a letter to
the editor printed in the Sept.
1 edition, Myszka wrote about
feeding a feral cat that, with
help, he trapped and had


Leave the cats alone
Editor:
This letter is directed to Mar-
vin D. Myszka of North Port
concerning feral cats.
It's commendable to see
your need to help feral cats
exist in your neighborhood.
You obviously have a soft spot
in your heart for animals. But
do you have any idea how
destructive these feral cats are
to our local wildlife?
Cats in particular are indis-
criminate killers and breed like
flies in the wild. I suppose the
next anaconda, coyote, Bur-


as much money as they can to
COntrol elections and influence
public policy, taking advantage
of the U.S. Supreme Court's
Jan. 21 decision in Citizens
United vs. FEC? Guess who?
The very oil companies and
media conglomerates who
have made extraordinary
profits in the last 10 years, and
are salivating for more, and the
billionaires who own them.
Corporations and billionaires
spend millions of dollars lobby-
ing Congress, but do we realize
how much they lobby us every
day on TV and radio, to steer
our thinking their way, whether
it's in our interest or not?
Rupert Murdoch, Austra-
lian-born billionaire, owns
NewsCorp, Fox News and MCI
Communications, in addition
to much of Hughes Electronics,
operator of DirecTV. He owns
Dow Jones, which owns The
Wall Street Journal. That means,
when you hear Glenn Beck
quote The Wall Street Journal,
you are hearing an employee of
Rupert Murdoch parroting the
views of Rupert Murdoch.
Murdoch is an arch-con-
servative. Translation: no
new taxes. Sound good? Bear
in mind, "News Corporation
has subsidiaries in the Baha-
mas, the Cayman Islands, the
Channel Islands and the Virgin
Islands. From 1986, News Cor-
poration's annual tax bill aver-
aged around 7 percent of its
profits." Seven percent. What


percentage are you paying? Do
you think Murdoch is looking
out for your interests, or his
own? What he really wants is
no new taxes for him.
Charles and David Koch are
another pair of billionaires
trying to persuade us that
government is bad and trying
to replace congressmen and
congresswomen who may be
working on our behalf, with
chosen candidates of their
own. Koch Industries is a
private oil conglomerate with
revenues estimated at $100 bil-
lion a year. That's billion with a
"b." The Kochs have been de-
scribed as fiercely libertarian,
supporting a party that "wants
to end Social Security, mini-
mum-wage laws, gun control
and all personal and corporate
income taxes." Do you re-
ally want your Social Security
eliminated, or "privatized" and
subject to the whims of the
stock market?
Before you think the Kochs
will look out for your interests,
remember, their political com-
mittee, Americans for Prosperity,
maybe more concerned about
their prosperity than yours.
Regarding more than money,
the Kochs' safety record is
poor, and their concern for
science is dubious. In the '90s
they were indicted for caus-
ing more than 300 oil spills,
and found gui ty of negligence
and malice in he death of two
teenagers killed by an under-


ground gas explosion.
That's only the start. The
Koch family has funded think
tanks like the Cato Institute,
the Heritage Foundation and
the Mercatus Center that
produce position papers to
support their beliefs in "cor-
porate tax cuts, reductions in
social services and laissez-faire
environmental policies."
What's the result so far? For
one, the BP oil spill, after gut-
ting the government's regula-
tory agencies. Two, opposition
to global warming, after the
Kochs paid academicians
to write articles against the
impact of burning fossil fuels
on climate change. That helps
sustain their oil business and
fends off support of alternative
energy. Three, do you know the
Kochs don't want the govern-
ment to regulate formalde-
hyde? That could cut into the
profits of one of their compa-
nies, Georgia-Pacific.
Do you think the Koch
brothers will look out for your
prosperity, safety and health
once their candidates are
elected? See the full article in
The New Yorker magazine of
Aug. 30 for the eye-opening
story of the Koch Brothers.
What does this mean to us
all? It means it's time to wake
up and think clearly about
what direction we want this
country to go forward
toward democracy for all, or
backward into government by


the wealthy, for the wealthy. If
that happens, the middle class
and everyone else will become
serfs of the rich.
This is a tough time for this
country, not because of"we,
the people," but because of the
unfettered greed of corporations
and billionaires.When they fail,
they ask us to bail them out.
And we the people suffer, even
as they are helped. We need gov-
ernment regulation to prevent
the Enrons and WorldComs and
BPs of this world from destroy-
ing our hard earned savings and
our very planet.
Let's give responsible gov-
ernment leaders those who
are working on our behalf a
chance to continue the signifi-
cant progress they have made
for the American people.
We must see beyond the
hype, beyond the "astroturf"
rallies with people bused in
by billionaires, and vote for
Our own interests and the
continued forward progress
this country is making. Most
important, we must all vote.
That is our only hope to stand
up against the corporations
and billionaires that would
rule this country.

Kindra Muntz is organizer
of the Sarasota Move to Amend
event, Saturday, Sept. 18, 10
a.m.-noon, at the Unitarian
Universalist Church of Sara-
sota, Fruitville Road. Call (941)
266-8278 for more information.


By KINDA MUNTZ
GUEST COLUMNIST

The tsunami of the rich may
hit in November.
The United States may of-
ficially change from a democ-
racy to a plutocracy govern-
ment by the wealthy, for the
wealthy, with only millionaires
running for office, backed by
corporations and billionaires.
Is that what people want?
Do we think we will be better
off with leaders who want to
eliminate Social Security, public
education and the minimum
wage, and give the top 2 percent
of the wealthiest people in this
country permanent tax breaks,
even though that makes the
deficit go up? Hello?
Is there time for discouraged
voters to wake up, rub the sleep
out of our eyes and say,"Look
who is really trying to take back
our country!"? It's not the dedi-
cated, angry Americans who
have lost their jobs through no
fault of their own, and been
bankrupted in recent years by
speculative banks and mort-
gage lenders and rising health-
care costs. It's not the paid ac-
tors on TV who support BP and
oppose taxes on oil companies
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could be our neighbors.
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Congress and set up their
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ered me every
day sleeping
on it and playing
with it. I got used
to the pain after a
while."
The injured
shoulder bothered
RODGERS him mentally also.
"I got down on
myself a lot," said Rodgers.
"I just had to overcome that
because whenever I missed
a tackled, I blamed it on my
shoulder and when I got hurt, I
blamed it on my shoulder. It put
my self esteem down. I just kept
telling myself I'm eventually
going to get better, and this year
is the year."
He was right, as he said his
shoulder is healthy.
"He's a smart football player
and gives unbelievable effort,"
said Venice coach John Pea-
cock. "He's a great open-field


tackler and is very coachable.
He's just a playmaker for us.
He's been pretty consistent
from his time as a sophomore
to now."
As a sophomore, Rodgers led
the Indians with four inter-
ceptions. He finished with 45
tackles and 20 assists with a
pass deflection and a caused
fumble.
Last year, an injury cut down
on his tackles but he still tied
for the season-high with two
interceptions. He had 31 tack-
les and 14 assists with two pass
deflections and one fumble
recovery.
This year, he has 13 solo
tackles and seven assists in two
games.
One thing that has improved
over the years is his punting.
Rodgers, who has worked
hard at punting, has attended
punting camps over the years.


As a sophomore, he averaged
33.85 yards on 20 punts. Last
year, he increased his average
to 37.6 yards on 24 punts. So
far this season, his average is
37.2 yards on five punts.
"I think the biggest improve-
ment is his punting," said Pea-
cock. "He has an unbelievable
leg. He compensates for bad
snaps and does a real nice job."
Rodgers has been taught by
his father, Rick, who was also a
punter in high school.
"My dad got me kicking and
kicking," said Rodgers. "It's
pretty hard but it looks easy.
I'm looking at being a punter in
college. That is what my bread
and butter is. That is what
mainly I'm focusing on.
His three years starting on
varsity have made Rodgers a
better player.

RODGERS | 13


By PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTS EDITOR

An injury-plagued junior sea-
son limitedVenice's Kye Rodgers.
Last season, the 17-year-old
wasn't 100 percent but played
through the pain of an injured
shoulder.
After months of intense
rehabilitation for the 5-foot-10,
180-pound outside linebacker/
punter to get his shoulder
stronger, Rodgers is back for
his third and final season.
In April 2009, Rodgers had
surgery to repair a labral tear
on his shoulder.
"It was definitely hard to
come back from it," said Rodg-
ers, who missed four games
last season. "Since football is
such a contact sport, I had to
use my other shoulder and get
used to the pain in the other
shoulder. It was tough. It both-


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If you catch one, release it in
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squeeze them.
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the jetties are loaded with all
sizes of snook. I'm not talk-
ing about a few hundred but
possibly more than 1,000 on
both sides of the pier. I've been
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have never seenthismany.The
people at the pier tell me that
it has been this way for about


Dwe s it
the bait. Everywhere I looked
there were huge schools of bait-
fish. The bait has also attracted
other fish to the shoreline such
as spanish mackerel, ladyfish
and flounder.
Schmarvela, my beach fish
finder, also reports the bait is
all over the inshore beach surf.
It feels good to give a positive
fish report
Well, fell >w Sheepsheadites,
the time has come to say good-
bye until next week.
Mr Sheepsizead is Dave Hack.
Contact him at 321-8849, 486-
1998 or mrsizeepsizead@verizon.
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By PERRY D. PENTZ
SPORTS EDITOR

Venice broke out of its
doldrums just in time to pull
out a first-game victory over
Port Charlotte then cruised in
the final two games to sweep
the Lady Pirates, 25-22, 25-15,
25-7, in the Class 5A-District
10 opener on Tuesday at Port
Charlotte High.
A serve out of bounds and
net violation were the first two
points allowed by the Lady
Indians (5-0).
It started out as that kind of
night for Venice.
Venice's quick-strike offense
lacked quickness as the Lady
Indians looked lethargic.
For the Lady Indians, it was
an uncharacteristic slow start.
"It was our first game on the
road and the first server puts
the ball out of the court then
we were in net on the second
point," said Venice assistant
coach Jay Lanham. "Makes it a
rough start to get going. I think
there was at least one person
out of position on every play.
They found that opening."
Lanham was filling in for
head coach BrianlVheatley,
who was out of town.
Lanham didn't know why
Venice started so slow.
"I can't put my finger on it,"
said Lanham. "I wish I could.
That would be great."
Port Charlotte's Taylor Eiken
had four of the Lady Pirates'
eight kills in the first game
as they led by as many as six
points, 15-9, after the referee
called the Lady Indians for be-
ing out of rotation.
Trailing early, Lanham called
a time-out to talk to his team.
"I told them to start playing


the last time at 22-22.
Venice closed out the first
game on a block by Damka
Yoder and two consecutive kills
by Duyn.
"It was just getting the en-
gine going," said Lanham.
Venice had 10 unforced er-
rors in the first game.
The Lady Indians woke up
in the second and third games
and limited the Lady Pirates to
a total of nine kills in the final
two games.
"\Ve got the ball set where we
wanted to go and we were get-
ting the ball up and back over
on a hard-driven ball," said
Lanham.
The second game was close
early but then Venice distanced
themselves with pin-point
passing, setting and kills hard
off the floor. The Lady Indians
went on a 15-5 scoring run to
grab a 10-point cushion.
Port Charlotte made a little
run at the end to pull within six
points but no closer.
The third game was all Venice.
Leading 7-6, the Lady Indi-
ans outscored Port Charlotte,
18-1 to end the match.
Herschberger served five
straight to give Venice a 13-6
lead. Ahead 14-7, senior Kelly
McManus ended match with 11
consecutive service points.
Duyn ended with a team-
high 16 kills. Herschberger
finished with 11 kills, two aces
and six digs while Karen Zafiros
had eight digs.
In total, Venice had 10 blocks
including three by Lyndsey
Canteens. Venice also finished
with 12 aces.
In the junior varsity match,
Venice won 25-9, 25-14.

ppentz@venicegondoner.com


Indian Football
Rad io Show every
Wednesday
The Indian Football Radio
Show, featuring Venice High
head coach John Peacock, will
air everylvednesday night on
107.51VENG at 6 p.m. from
Pops Sunset Grill, 112 Circuit
Road, Nokomis.
The radio show will last one
hour. T(might, Peacock will talk
about Venice's next opponent,
Booker High.


YMCA racquetball
tourney is Sept. 24-26
The South County Family
YMCA is hosting a racquetball
tournament Sept. 24-26 in
Venice.
The tournamentwhich is not
sanctioned, will have singles
doubles, mixed doubles and'
age 55+ divisions.
Entry fee is $20 for the first
division and $10 for the second
division. Players are limited to
playing in two divisions.
Entries must be received by 9
p.m., Sept. 17
Registration is available at
www.veniceymca.org or by
stopping by the front desk to.
pick up a complete information
packet.
T-shirts will be given to each
participant.
Dinner will be served Sept. 24
and lunch and dinner on Sept.
25.
For more information, call
Y sports director Gary Smith
at 492-9622, ext. 158 or Karen
Crownover, tournament direc-
tor, at 408-1928.


SUN PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL


our style of volleyball," said
Lanham. "Let's rise to the occa-
sion and compete a little bit."
Down by six points, the
Lady Indians chipped away at
the deficit on the strength of
the hitting of seniors Autumn


Duyn and Payton Herschberg-
er, who had nine and six kills
respectively in the first game.
A stuff block by junior Bianca
Echtler tied it at 18-18. The
game was tied four more times
as the teams traded points with


Victoria Kaiser led the team in assists while Taylor
Jais was tops in kills and aces. Audrey Batzer paced the
Lady Indians in digs.

F00TBAL L
TB/LB (LUB NAMES PLAYERS OF WEEK: Venice
junior Forrest Lamp, a offensive lineman, was named
Babe's Hardware and Porter Paints Offensive Player of
the Week by the Venice High Linebacker/Touchdown


Clubs on Tuesday.
Lamp opened up holes for the Indians'offense,
which gained 317 yards on the ground and another 131
yards passing in Venice's 41-2 win over Braden River.
The TIB Bank Defensive Player of the Week was
linebacker Jose Vazquez, who led Venice with nine solo
tackles and three assists as the defense limited the Pirates
to 204yards total, including just 91 yards rushing.
The Darby Buick-Pontiac-GMC Practice Player of the
Week, or"Rudy Award,"was given to Alex Guzzo.


DannyDrnara
VENICE HIGH SCHOOL'S
ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
) Venice High junior running back Danny Dillard
rushed for 210 yards on just 12 carries and
scored two touchdowns on runs of 59 and 80
yards as the Indians cruised to a 41-2 win
over Braden River on Friday night. On the
season, Dillard has 310 yards in two games.


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VENICE HOSTS INVITATIONAL SATURDAY: Venice will host
16 schools in the annual Venice Invitational cross country meet on
Saturday at Oscar Scherer State Park in Osprey.
The girls varsity race begins at 8:30 a.m. followed by the boys
varsity at 9 a.m. The junior varsity races will follow the varsity.

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VENICE JV SHARES TOURNEY TITLE:The Venice High junior
varsity volleyball team tied for first in the Riverdale JV Tournament
on Saturday in Fort Myers.
The young Lady Indians swept four opponents in two games
each with wins over Riverdale (25-17, 25-18), Cape Coral (25-14,
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STAFF REPORT Berg, Jack Huber, James Stiffler and
Brendan Ehling, which allowed
Three Venice Vikings Pop Warner Carson Beard, Brandon Kotti, Cade
teams recorded shutouts against Preece and Michael Robertson to
the Suncoast Buccaneers on Satur- move the ball up the field.
day at Booker High in Sarasota. With minutes left in the game,
The Junior Pee Wee Knights the Danes were faced with a
ran their unbeaten streak to three fourth-and-five situation. Kotti ran
games with a 35-0 victory while the a reverse 10 yards to set up Preece's
Pee Wee Lancers and Junior Midget second TD of the game.
Crusaders captured their second
wins of the season with 32-0 and Sun coast Bucs 13
38-0 victories. *
The Pee Wee Lancers will be the Kings 0
only team in action on Saturday as ,
they play a practice game at Estero The Kings offense got nice runs
at 3 p.m. by quarterback Mike Trapani and
The regularly scheduled game running backs Denique Mayfield
against Lake Placid was cancelled and Dylan Robertson but couldn't
after the organization folded. score in their 13-0 loss.
On defense, Jacob Rose had a
Danes vs. Sun coast nic tacklelin the ba el Jackd it
ernar orce an
Bucs (no score kept) was recovered by Mayfield.
The defense of the Tiny-Mite
Danes was strong again as Hayden Knights 35,
Rose, Alex Merchant and Ethan Sun coast Bucs 0
Beck made numerous tackles. Also
contributing on defense were Cato Defense has been key to the
Glove-Terry, Eric Beck, Dalton Knights' unbeaten season and
Grosse, Martin Ramos, Alijah against the Buccaneers it was no
Fissel, Byron Melvin, Michael Neu- different.
man, John Whitney and Damon The Knights' defense gave up
Wilson, who helped keep the Bucs very few yards to pick up their
out of the end zone. second straight shutout. Samir
Making key blocks on offen- Bouhamid had an interception and
sive line were Trent Adrian, Olivia he returned it for a touchdown.
Sleight, Luke Sleight, Cameron Key defensive players were Noah


Constantino, Joe Bevelaquca, Der-
rick Kipp, Tanner Weiss, Ben Krizen
and Hoyt Corns.
The Knights' offense drove down
the field on the first possession
and scored. The rest of the game,
the second team ran the offense.
Offensive linemen controlled
the line of scrimmage with the
help from Justin Holloway, Tyler
Rice, Justin Onorato, Ryan Detert,
Straley Sleight, Shawn Cettei, Jake
Meyers, Ethan Phillips, Nicholas
Higbee and Kyle Baker. Touch-
downs were scored by Casey Mil-
liken, Hunter Lamp, Chip Barber
and Matthew Naaman. Random
Latta kicked the PAT for a two-
point conversion. Blocking in the
backfield was keyed by the Knights
other running backs Jaivon Hei-
ligh, Barber and Justin Hanley.

Lancers 32,
Sun coast Bucs 0
Fleet-footed halfback Kolbie
Ward ran for two long touchdowns
and the Lancers' defense was an
impenetrable wall as Venice raised
its record to 2-1 with a victory over
the Bucs.
Sage Lee and fullback Aaron
Hackett also had touchdown runs
for the Lancers. Ward, whose
darting moves and blazing speed
have made him nearly unstop-
pable on wide runs, has scored


five touchdowns this year. Hackett
has proved a bruising counterpart
as an inside runner, scoring three
touchdowns.
Brent Killam, despite suffering a
broken finger earlier in the season
that took him out as quarterback,
has shown he can make a big
contribution with his foot, booting
three extra points.
Linebacker Mike Miller set the
tone for the defense, snatching an
interception on the game's first
series. Later, the Venice defense
forced a safety. Other defensive
standouts included defensive line-
men Taner Wright, Cody Dombros-
ki and Caleb Smith; linebackers
Preston Zweigler and Kyle Kowak-
zyk; and safeties Stephen Yulee and
Zach Carr.
Steele Wilson shined at quarter-
back for the Gold offense, account-
ing for several tough inside runs.
A.J. Kot, Caden Huber and Caleb
Smith were among many stars on
the offensive line.

OfUSaders 38,
Sun coast Bucs 0
The Venice Crusaders domi-
nated the line of scrimmage on
both sides of the ball en route to a
38-0 shutout of the Suncoast Buc-
caneers.
Running back Jacob Stubbs led
the Crusader ground attack with


three TDs and 88 yards behind the
blocking of Mohamed Ibrahim,
Kade Sleight, Devin Hill, Mike
Pietraniec and Nick Duff. The Cru-
saders' second-team offensive line
of Jake Apostolu, Michael Battaglia,
Dean Carvalho, Devin Sinclair,
Alberto LaCouture and Mackenzy
Hillman helped contribute two
touchdowns.
Running back Bo Williams had
a 18-yard touchdown run for his
first of the season. He finished
with 36 yards and also had a run-
ning PAT.
Quarterback Preston Hines had
the most exciting play of the day,
a keeper around the left end for
a 52-yard touchdown. He later
connected with Stone Wilson for
a 24-yard completion, setting up
a Stubbs 22-yard TD run with
seconds left in the half. Wilson was
3-for-3 on kicked PAT.
The defense only allowed two
first downs all day. Andrew Shof-
ner, Dan Dinka, Anthony Marois
and Cooper Barkow covered the
field. Barkow also had a partial
block of a Suncoast punt.
Ben Nicholas finished with 34
all-purpose yards and a running
PAT while Kyle Johnson had 28
rushing yards and several tackles
on defense.
Other results: The Midget War-
riors game was canceled because
of lightning.


the last few years," said
Rodgers."Weareusedto
each other and depend-
ing on each other."
Rodgers also feels
the pressure of being a
senior and a captain this
season.
"The coaches say every
day that the season is
going to go by very fast,"
said Rodgers. "Being a
sophomore or junior, I
didn't really think about
that. Being a senior, it's
going by really fast. I've
thought about it and we
only have eight games
left guaranteed. It's puts
pressure on us a lot."
Rodgers knows being
a captain means more
responsibility.
"Setting examples for
the all the younger kids -
weightlifting, school and
on the field," said Rodgers.
"I don't talk much and I'm
pretty quiet but I think of
myself of a kind of role
modeling the weight room.
Hopefully, the kids will
look up to me."
Rodgers started playing
football for the Pee Wee


Lancers of the Venice
VikingsPopWarnersix
years ago.
He got a late start be-
cause "my mom wouldn't
let me because she was
afraid I would get hurt.
She finally let me play.
That was my desire, was
football. I wasn't interest-
ed in any other sports."
Rodgers likes the team
concept and the physi-
cality of football.
"I work better being on
a team and playing with
other people," said Rodg-
ers. "It's extremely fun. I
like the contact. There is
really no other sport like
football."
Rodgers played offense
his freshman year but
that didn't last long.
"Coaches wouldn't let
me because they said I
was too fragile," said Rod-
gers. "I'd rather deliver
the hits than get hit."
After graduation, Rod-
gers wants to play college
bal. Ohio University,
Syracuse University and
West Virginia University
are interested in him.


VENICE
Indians
When: Friday, Sept.17
Where: Tornado Alley, Booker High, Sarasota
On the Air: Radio- The Beach 98.9 FM
Outlook: Booker- The Tornadoes (2-0) needed
more than four hours to notch a 18-17 win over
De50to County after two long lightning delays as
well as 2 V2 quarters of torrential rain. Running back
Maurice Brooks injured his knee in the third quarter
and is listed as day-to-day.0n the season, Brooks
has 227 yards. In Booker's 52-25 season-opening win
over Sarasota, Brooks had 173 yards rushing and four
touchdowns. Fullback Willie Abner rushed for 95 yards
on 16 carries and scored all three touchdowns against
De50to. Jermaine Leverett is a capable quarterback,
who has passed for 285 yards. Ricky Jones is the
primary receiver with six catches for 92 yards. Wanton
Parris and Stone Hollaway have also hauled in passes
for the Tornadoes. Over their last 12 meetings, each
team has six wins. The Indians have won the last two
by a combined score of 81-24 including 43-7 last year.
It was their largest margin of victory in the series.
Venice The Indians (1-1) picked up a much-


BOOKER
Tornadoes
needed victory against Braden River. Venice domi-
nated the Pirates on both sides of the ball.0n offense,
the Indians amassed 448 yards total, including 317
yards on the ground. Leading the charge was running
back Danny Dillard, who rushed for 210 yards on 12
carries, including TD runs of 59 and 80 yards in just
over two quarters of play. Playing the final quarter
and a half was sophomore Rashawn Service, who
had 81 yards on 10 carries, including a touchdown.
Quarterback Grant Flessner passed for 127 yards on
four completions. Two of his completions covered 114
yards on scoring strikes of 54 yards to Wesley 0jeda
and 60 yards to Josh Boyle. Venice's defense smoth-
ered Braden River by limiting the Pirates to less than
100 yards rushing and only 204 total. Linebacker Jose
Vazquez led the defense with 12 tackles including
nine solo. Defensive end Clay Burton picked up
Venice's first sack of the season as well as six tackles.
This is Venice's third opponent of the season with
speed and containing it will be crucial if the Indians
want to win a second straight game.
Prediction: Venice 34, Booker 17


non challenged them
last week," said Peacock.
"They responded well.
Looking back over the
years, it usually takes
until week three until we


get our defense playing
to like we want them to.
They just got off the field
and just made plays."
With a lot of new faces
on offense, Peacock has


been saying that the
Indians' defense is the
"backbone of the team."
"The offense is still get-
ting used to all the plays
and we've been a team for


Seniors (60+)


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FROM PAGE 12

My sophomore year
was a great learning ex-
perience," said Rodgers.
"I've been progressing on
learning better tech-
niques. Each play that
the other offense runs, it's
become easier. Each team
basically has the same
plays. I recognize forma-
tions. I know what blocks
are going to come to me."
Although his height and
weight have remained the
same over the last three
years, Rodgers is stronger
and faster this year.
"I have been getting a
lot stronger," said Rodg-
ers. "Things have pro-
gressed strengthwise.
"He's bigger, faster and
stronger now," said Pea-
cock. "He has continued
to improve.
Over the first two games
this season the Kickoff
Classic against Gainesville
and the season-opener
against Lakeland the
Indians' defense was
gashed for a lot of yards.
Against Gainesville,
Venice allowed 4()3 yards,
total including 356 yards
passing. Against six-time
state champion Lake-
land, the Indians gave up
466 yards total, including
328 yards rushing.
Last week against
Broaden River, Venice's de-
fense turned it around as
the Pirates had only 204
yards total and less than
100 yards on the ground.
Venice won, 41-2.
'Coaches were hound-
ing on us," said Rodgers
about getting the defense
better.
"(Defensive coordina-
tor) Coach (Larry) Shan-


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will build fields. As a resident of
North Port, I want to see it.
"It's going to be a win-win
situation for Charlotte County,
for North Port," Partington
said. "We can't lose at it.
There's money to be made."
W. Kevin Russell, the presi-
dent of the nonprofit, 5()1(c)(6)
Enterprise Charlotte Economic
Council, said with the estab-
lishment of more events and
venues, the Murdock Village/
North Port area can become a
"destination" for tourists. Rus-
sell said when visitors come to
the area for a baseball tourna-
ment or a water park, they'll
also see a "good quality of life."
That, in turn, may bring them
back as residents.
Russell said he thinks North
Port and Charlotte County are
intertwined.
"What's good for North Port
is good for Charlotte County.
I think there's a recognition of
that," said Russell, who has his
law office in North Port.
Russell said "to a certain
extent (the projects in both
counties) complement each
other." He said the projects
generate bed nights, and bed
tax and sales tax dollars.
Ruth Buchanan, the cur-
rent North Port economic
development coordinator and
the former research analyst
in the Charlotte County Eco-
nomic Development Office,
said recently that sports tourism
development is not the same as
economic development.While
Sarasota and Charlotte counties
belong to the Southwest Florida
Regional Planning Council,
which has a regional mission,
she said "the rationale behind
sports" is such that more com-
munities individually are pursu-
ing sports projects at this time.
"There is no push for us to
do collaborations," she said.
For decades, Major League
Baseball has provided a sports
business model for Florida
communities, which includes
playing off one baseball-hungry
locale against another, a strat-
egy that has been profitable
and kept competing regions
at odds. Last year's tug-of-war
between Sarasota and Lee


counties to be the spring train-
ing site of the Baltimore Orioles
is the most recent example.
Charlotte County Commis-
sioner Robert Skidmore, a
member of his county's Tourist
Development Council, claims
part of the Englewood area in
his District 3. On the other side
of the county border is Sara-
sata County Commissioner
Shannon Staub, whose District
3 also includes Englewood.
Skidmore said recently he is
a "big fan of economic devel-
opment regionally."
"I think a regional concept
is great," he said of Charlotte/
Sarasota economic develop-
ment. "I'm interested in who's
going to make the first move. We
(Charlotte County) may be the
ones making the first move.
He said the idea of a regional
sports authority has been
talked about, but nothing has
come of it. The reason, Skid-
more said, could be because
"every city and municipality
wants (its own) success.
Right now, Skidmore said, he
believes Charlotte County is
"better positioned" to accom-
plish its proposed projects.
Success in Murdock Village
"will spill over into North
Port," he said.
First, Skidmore said, he
would like to see the progress
at North Charlotte Regional
Park on O'Donnell Boulevard
in Port Charlotte, where a new
baseball field will be construct-
ed. When that park reaches its
full potential, he said, "then
we can start talking seriously
about regionalization.
Staub, in an interview during
the summer, said she doesn't
see a sports authority in con-
junction with Charlotte County.
"What benefit is there for
Charlotte County to partici-
pate?" she asked.
Staub also said she doesn't
see the "collective leader-
ship" in Charlotte County in a
regional mindset.
"The majority of the Char-
lotte County Commission do
not (think regionally)," she
said, adding North Port, and
Sarasota and Manatee coun-
ties, "preach it."


By CAROL SAKOWITZ
STAFF WRITER
A new pool for $3.7 million.
Or a water park at a cost of $22
million. Even better, a combi-
nation resort/water park to the
tune of $1()() million.
Then there's a new baseball
field for $1.2 million. Or up-
graded baseball fields, includ-
ing a stadium, for $4.5 million.
How about $15 million, not
counting the price of land, to
realize a city commissioner's
big-league dream of a multi-
sport complex.
Sound familiar?
Both Charlotte County and
the city of North Port are pur-
suing sports-related projects
that could, it's hoped, bolster
the local economy. How those
projects, if all come to fruition,
will co-exist and whether or not
they are economically feasible
is a topic under discussion.
Charlotte County residents
who have been following the
latest county commission ac-
tions know of a potential swap
that will give the county 6() acres
of shovel-ready land at the En-
terprise Charlotte Airport Park,
and developers Bruce Laishley
and Rick Treworgy of Southwest
Engineering and Design about
135 acres of land in the Mur-
dock Village area for sports and
entertainment development.
Included among the po-
tential projects on State Road
776, and across from Charlotte
Sports Park, is a joint indoor-
outdoor water park and a
1,()()()-room resort on almost 4()
acres of the 135-acre district.
The possibility of more tourna-
ment baseball- the county
currently is the venue for the
college-level Snowbird Baseball
Classic has been bandied
about, tourist development
officials said, as have a baseball
training facility, a competition
swimming center, an ice-skat-
ing rink and the Boxing Hall of
Fame. Hotels, restaurants and
other shops would be an out-
growth of development.
Sarasota County- and es-
pecially North Port -residents
who have been following the
latest city commission actions


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know of the approval of $4.5 mil-
lion to upgrade baseball fields at
Butler Park for college-level play.
A new $3.7 million competition
pool measuring 25 yards by 25
meters also is proposed for But-
ler Park. But if North Port and
U.S. Masters Swimming, whose
headquarters is in Sarasota,
come to an understanding about
hosting competitions, that pool
design could be expanded to a
competition length of 25 yards
by 5() meters.
North Port City Commis-
sioner Mike Treubert has been
the force behind Big League
Dreams, whose major concept
is a smaller-scale replica of
legendary baseball stadiums
such as Yankee Stadium, Fen-
way Park or Wrigley Field. The
proposed project also includes
an indoor soccer facility and
a multipurpose center for dog
shows, boxing bouts and non-
sports-related events.
The city commission re-
cently approved $45(),()()() for a
licensing agreement with the
company and directed staff to
negotiate a contract to bring
the project to the city.
"Big League Dreams would
be unique to Florida," Treubert
has said, describing the project
as a win-win for the city. "If
we are the first and only ones
to have this, then people will
come. Then I see more jobs be-
ing created, more businesses
being opened."
North Port also has a refer-
endum on the Nov. 2 ballot
regarding a proposed $22 mil-


lion water park, an idea that
has been bouncing around the
city for two decades but only
recently has received focused
attention. The water park
would be located on 15 acres
off Toledo Blade Boulevard.
There is a back-and-forth
between Charlotte and
Sarasota counties, and North
Port especially, as to sports-
related projects, and whether
the shared area should have
a regional authority to guide
sports and entertainment
development.
Steve Partington, the retired
college baseball umpire who
originated the Snowbird Base-
ball Classic, thinks the more
baseball fields, the merrier.
Right now, Classic competi-
tion is confined to Charlotte
County, even though Parting-
ton is a North Port resident.
Partington said he contacted
both Charlotte and Sarasota
counties in planning the Clas-
sic's first year.
"But Sarasota County didn't
have any facilities I could play
in," he said recently.
The baseball tournament,
which brought in more than
$3 million in tourism revenues
last year, has attracted four
college Division 1 teams and
another 22 Division III teams.
With the improved fields at
Butler Park and the projected
multisport complex, "we will
have enough teams to play at
both venues," Partington said of
a dual-county competition. He
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homeowners there cannot
get flood insurance or secure
mortgages for existing homes.
"We have to make a proac-
tive effort to keep the com-


unity viable and for owners
to protect their property,"
Harbor Lights board archi-
tectural chair Phil Myers said.
"Homes must meet FEMA
standards for residents to be
able to have insurance and to
get mortgages."
Securely fastened to an
8-foot-high reinforced con-
crete block foundation that
puts the house more than 13
feet above mean sea level, the
Butcher home exceeds those
standards.
Niki photographed every
step of the assembly of the first
elevated manufactured home
to be installed in any water-
front park in Sarasota County.
Also watching were most
members of Venice City Coun-
cil, several county commis-


signers and a large segment of
Harbor Lights residents.
Changes in both state statute
and Harbor Lights rules made
it possible.
The home replaces an old
mobile home the Butchers
acquired at the park in 2000
so that Butcher would have a
place to stay when working at
his Venice studio. The rest of
the year, the Butchers lived on
the edge of the Everglades at
Big Cypress Swamp. They will
keep a cabin there but make
the new home their full-time
residence.
The installation required
the use of a crane for more
than two hours to raise and
place the home's two sections
with precision atop a rebuilt
raised foundation. As work-


ers held on to guide lines,
crane operator Andy Stallings
deftly swung the first section
up and onto the north side of
the foundation. It took about
an hour from the time crews
began wrapping that section
with straps capable of hoisting
it above the level of neigh-
boring homes until Stallings
had carefully placed it on the
foundation.
As soon as that was com-
pleted, the other section of
the house was towed up the
street on a large flatbed trailer
before being hoisted up and
onto the east side of the foun-
dation. Crew members made
sure that hurricane straps
were kept clear for fastening
to the foundation and sig-
naled Stallings to move the
house one way or another in
order to perfectly match up
the sections. Within two and a
half hours, Stallings had done
his job and it was time for the
finishing work to begin.
Neighbor Jean Poe, who will
soon put the home next door
to the Butchers up for sale,
watched every step of the pro-
cess from her back deck and
from her boat, docked behind
her home. Other neighbors
observed from streetside, well
away from the giant crane that
dominated the Harbor Lights
skyline that morning.
They may have been in-
terested in seeing why their
electricity had to be shut off
that morning from 3 to 6 a.m.
in order to move power lines
out of the way. Also moved
were cable television lines,
Clyde said.
When the Butchers finally
get to move into their "green"
home, they will enjoy the
loftiest view in the park from


their 940-square-foot aerie
overlooking an inlet of Roberts
Bay. They also expect to enjoy
extremely low electricity bills.
"In daytime, the meter goes
backward," Clyde said. "If I
manufacture 50 kilowatts of
electricity a month, I will have
no bill."
To accomplish such say-
ings, the couple employed
such basic "green" techniques
as building a smaller home,
insulating it well, purchas-
ing a high-efficiency AC unit
and selecting a white metal
roof that will reduce heat
absorption by 20 percent. The
addition of solar panels at a
cost of $30,000 is expected to
save $150 per month in energy
costs, Butcher said. The couple
got a $10,000 rebate from the
federal and state governments
for their AC system, he said.
For those who don't have
the up-front costs for solar,
Butcher said there are ways to
lease the equipment and pay
for it with the energy savings.
He worked with SureTemp in
Fort Myers. Two sets of solar
panels will cover one-third of
the roof, with half facing east
and half facing west.
"This is a big thing in
California," Butcher, an avid
environmentalist, said.
Hurricane windows de-
signed to withstand 140 mph
winds also add energy effi-
ciency, as does the 16 Sea-
sonal Energy Efficiency Ratio
air conditioning unit that
will cool the home. Butcher
said he expects his electric
bill to be about $6 to $8 per
month.
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narrow 30-foot lot at Harbor

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SUN PHOTO BY KIM COOL


Homeowner Clyde Butcher stands in the area below where the second part


Clyde said.
Such finishing touches will
take another month or so.
During part of that time, the
Butchers will be in California
for the opening of a show
featuring his photos at the
Annenberg Space for Photog-
raphy in Los Angeles.


In the meantime, some of
the Butchers' new neighbors
may be considering following
their example.
"A couple of people are al-
ready talking about it," Eleanor
Johnson said.
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during the completion process.
"Jacobsen sheaths all that
with 3/8-inch plywood,"
Lee said. "This home is very
green."
Side walls have an R-value
of 19 and the roof an R-value
of 30, he said. The "R" refers
to the ability of a material to
transfer heat. The higher the
R value, the more energy ef-
ficient it is. A typical concrete
block home has an "R" value
of 8.7 and most area builders
install R-19 ceilings, although
R-30 has been available for at
least 15 years at an extra cost.
The 8-foot-tall steel-rein-
forced foundation cost about
$35,000 and is designed to
float above four 3-foot by
3-foot footers that spread the
weight of the elevated living
space. Tie beams all around


the structure are designed for
175 mph winds.
Space beneath the house will
be left partially open and can
be used as an outdoor covered
patio area. The rest will be
enclosed for storage, Niki said.
For safety reasons, they have
no plans to store a car there
although there is room.
Clyde said a 3-foot band
of concrete surrounding the
foundation will reduce main-
tenance on the lot, which will
have only a 2-foot band of
grass at its edge.
Stairs will be installed at
the front of the house to the
entry door and at the back of
the house to the porch off the
kitchen. There also are plans
for awnings and walkways,
but no plans for trees, which
would cut the solar efficiency,


SUN PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL
The last piece of the puzzle slides into place as workman and homeowner
Gyde Butcher watch. Some four weeks of finish work will be necessary.


SUN PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELL


GREEN: Local photographer and wife build'green' home that meets FEMA standards


FROM PAGE1
Lights, the home was built by
Jacobsen Homes of Safety Har-
bor and installed by Lee Corp.
Homes. Because of a required
5-foot setback on each side of
the home, the finished home
could be no more than 20 feet
wide. The larger portion of
the home includes bedrooms,
bathrooms and the kitchen plus
a covered porch at the back.
"Jacobsen is the No. 1-rated
builder (of manufactured
homes) in the whole state,"
Lee Corp. president Phillip
Lee said. "We had 50 homes in
Punta Gorda when Hurricane
Charley came through and all
that came off was little piece
of siding on one home."
Lee said he has been build-
ing manufactured homes
for 30 years in Florida, after
getting into the business in
Kalamazoo, Mich. He has of-
fices in Fort Myers and North
Port and also has done several
homes in the Florida Keys.
"That's a velocity zone," he
said. "It has more stringent
rules and can take a year to get
a permit."
With 2- by 6-inch studs
(rather than 2- by 4-inch studs)
placed 16 inches apart on
center joists, and every stud
and joist strapped, Lee said the
home is built to withstand 150
mph hurricane force winds.
The extensive use of hurricane
straps was visible during the
home's assembly process. Also
visible were additional straps
with one end attached to the
house. The other ends were to
be attached to the foundation
or to the other half of the home


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CONTACT US


WEDES


WEDNESDAY,

LordSHEPgel1H5ouse
fund raiser
Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: DQ Grill & Chill, 1465
E. Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: DQ Grill & Chill will
donate 10 percent of sales dur-
ing this time to Friends of the
Lord-Higel House for its house
restoration project. The DQ
fundraiser also will be held at
the same time Oct. 6, Nov. 17
and Dec. 15.

Food giveaway
Time: 2-5 p.m.
Where: Laurel Civic Associa-
tion, 509 Collins Road, Laurel
Notes: free USDA com-
modities for eligible Sarasota
County residents
Call: 483-3338

VHS ClaSS
of '80 Reunion
RSVP: Sept. 15
Dates/times: Oct. 1-3; vari-
ous times
Where: Various locations
around Venice
Notes: Friday, Oct. 1: Class
meets at Venice High School
football game with a pre- and
post-game tailgate party. The
game (Venice Indians host
Southeast Seminoles) starts
at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct.
2, 6 p.m.: Dinner at Sharky's
On The Pier. Cost: $45 each.
A cash bar will feature dis-
counted beverages for class
members. Send a check to Julie
(Spoor) Scroggins, president,
3406 W. Sevilla St., Tampa FL
33629, by Sept. 15. Sunday,
Oct. 3: Details to follow.
Hotel: Accommodations are
available for $85 per night at
Hampton Inn & Suites, 881
Venetian Bay Blvd., Venice; 488-
5900
Link: www.hampton
Innvemce.com

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
toWRC services and other

coC t d sa er quested
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. Venice
Ave., Venice
Notes: Visitors and out-of-


clouding turf pests. Class will
b-


Call: 861-9900
Link: http://sarasota.
extension.ufl.edu

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
Tr all, Nokomis
Cost: $5 per class
Call: 861-5000

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

Karaoke
Time: 7-10 p.m.
Where: Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post No. 8118, 832 E.
Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Food sold 5-8 p.m.
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. Venice
Ave., Venice
Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: Eagles Aerie, 621 East
Colonial Lane, Nokomis
Call: 484-4470

Guitar lessons
Time: 4, 5 and 6 p.m.
Where: Troll Music, 513 E.
Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Group lessons:
level 1 classes, 5-6 p.m.; level
classes, 6-7 p.m. will be taught
by Greg Byler.
$ h
Cost: 8 per our
Call: 496-4398

Jewelry classes
Time: 6-8 p.m
Here: Erlenl3ach Studio
207 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice
Call: 227-4335

Venice-Nokomis
Rotary
Time: noon-1 p.m.
Where: Venice Yacht Club,
1330 Tarpon Center Drive,

Ven 1 493-0390
Link: www.venicenokomis
rotary.org
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The Venice Aviation Society will meet today at 7 p.m.at Venice City Hall, council chamber, 401 W. Venice
Ave., Venice. AH are welcome to attend.Isaac Turner, city manager; Nancy Woodley, assistant city manager;
Jeff Snyder, city fiscal director; and a representative of DY airport consultants will speak. Topics will include
the airport master plan, airport layout plan, capital projects, airport budget and automatic weather
reporting. For more information, call 716-5704 or visit www.veniceaviationsociety.com.


town Kiwanians are warmly
welcomed.
Cost: $10
Call: Beverly Miller, 484-7394

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, 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
Woodmere Park Blvd., Venice
Cost: $20
Call: 861-5000

Venice ArchiveS
Time: 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Mon-
day and Wednesday
Where: Historic Triangle Inn,
351 S. Nassau St., Venice
Notes: Open to the public for
the Venice Archives and Area
Historical Collection. Personal
research may be arranged by
calling James Hagler, director.
Call: 486-2487

Club 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

BingO
Time: 6-8:30 p.m.
Where: American Legion
No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E. Venice


Ave., Venice
Call: 488-1157

Euchre, bridge
Time: 6-7:45 p.m.
Where: Jacaranda Library,
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd.,
Venice
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

ByN s 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

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

Shuffle board
Time: 7-9 p.m.
Where: Hecksher Park, 450


W. Venice Ave., Venice
Cost: $1 nonmembers; free
to members
Call: Bill, 586-5889

Marines meet
Time: 11:45 a.m.
Where: Family Table Res-
taurant, 14132 South Tamiami
Trail, North Port
Notes: Southwest Florida
Chapter of the 1st Marine Divi-
sion will meet. All Marines and
guests are welcome.
Call: 697-1870, Red French

Divorce:
F Ifinancia uture
Time: 6-7:30 p.m.
Where: Women's Resource
Center, 701 Center Road,
Venice
Notes: Discussion will be
about facts to consider before
signing away your financial
future. Freyda Zollinger, CFDA,
will facilitate.
Cost: $5 members; $8 non-
members
all
inl:4 women
resourcecenter.org

Safe-driving school
Time: Call for appointment
Here: Villa e 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


THURSDAY, SEPT. 16
Household
pests lecture
Time: 2-4 p.m.
Where: Shamrock Park Na-
ture Center, 3900 West Sham-
rock Drive, Venice
Notes: Presenter talks about
insects and other pests, in-


SATURDAY, SEPT. 25
Veterans benefits seminar
Time: 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Where: The Venetian Gardens, 1450 E.
Venice Ave., Venice
Notes: Free seminar is for veterans
who served at least 90 days in the mili-
tary with one day during a declared war,
among other requirements to benefit
from a little-known VA Air and Atten-
dance pension program for eligible
veterans and surviving spouses. Mark
Larsen, of the American Association
for Wartime Veterans, will discuss the
benefit that can be as much as $2,582
per month.
Call: 484-6841


Link: www.holidaytouch.com

TUESDAY, SEPT. 28
Great American
Bake Sale fundraiser
Time: 1-4 p.m.
Where: Chelsea Title Co., 189 Cen-
ter Road (behind Perkins Restaurant),
Venice
Notes: The bake sale is part of Share
Our Strength's Great American Bake
Sale, a national campaign that mobiliz-
es Americans to end childhood hunger
by holding bake sales in their commu-
nities.
Call: 493-4600


MONDAY, OCT. 4
Tidewell Volunteer Fair
Time: 3-5 p.m.
Where: Tidewell Hospice, 220 Wexford
Blvd., Venice
Notes: Learn why Tidewell volunteers
say they get back more than they give.
Whether you want to offer care and
support to patients and families or help
in some other way, Tidewell's volunteer
coordinators will match your interests
with the perfect volunteer opportunity
for you.
Call: Stacy Groff, 552-5945
Link: www.tidewell.org


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FRIDAY, NOV. 19
Venice Community Concert
Time: 7 p.m.
Where: Venice Presbyterian Church,
111 E. Firenze Ave. (two blocks south of
Venice Regional Medical Center on the
Rialto), Venice
Notes: Karen and Chris Romig will
perform a new program of "Music from
Around the World." Musical instru-
ments will include flute, piano, organ,
piccolo, bagpipes and harp.
Cost: $10
Call: 488-5525
Link: www.venicepresbyterian.org














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NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that NOELLA SANTERRE,
the holder of the cedificate listed below, has filed

cedificate number and year of Issuance, the
description of the propedy, and the names in
which the propedy is assessed are as follows:

Cedificate Number: 6137.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0258 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0958-11-3407 LOT 7 BLK
1134 25TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
KEITH BAGGUS & MILDRED BAGGUS
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
Is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk

Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 4089.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0299 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0449-02-0075 LOTS
16678 & 16679 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 63
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
ROBERT MESSIER
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
Is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk

Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
JJLLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 5506.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0304 TD

Descation of ProDeiv: 0950-13-3716 LOTS 16
17 & 18 BLK 1337 26TH ADD TO PORT
CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
INTERNATIONAL ASSET RECOVERY TRUST
INC
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.
NOTICEhOr AP v nC OANL R EDS

JJ._LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance the de ption of thes ss sds dand the

follows:


C a sitmber: 6043.000
Tax Deed File #: 10-0309 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0956-14-5015 LOTS 15 &
16BLK 145D29THADDTO PORT
CHARLOTTE

NOReOm ARFroT Esa seTd:CARR

TTEEf said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
Is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEP rM7BERd

Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
11_.LC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 6972.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0315 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0969-12-4904 LOT 4 BLK
124927TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
FAREEZA HEMEED & MOHAMED ACS
HEMEED
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
Is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
11_LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7313.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0320 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0974-18-3035 LOT 35
BLK 1830 37TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
FLORIDA INVESTMENT & DEVELOPMENT
CORP
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the


highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that NOELLA SANTERRE,
the holder of the cedificate listed below, has filed

cedificate number and year of Issuance, the
description of the propedy, and the names in
which the propedy is assessed are as follows:

Cedificate Number: 6138.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0259 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0958-11-3408 LOT 8 BLK
1134 25TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
KEITH BAGGUS & MILDRED BAGGUS
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk

Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
J.JLLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 4392.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0300 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0473-05-0003 LOT 11
LEMON BAY ESTATES
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
MANASOTA PROPERTIES INC
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
11_LLQ, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 5565.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0305 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0950-13-6208 LOT 8 BLK
1362 26TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed: ESTHER
N KELLER & FRANK J KELLER
All of said propedy being in the County of
SarasotaStateofFlorlda. Unlessthecedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk

Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
the hoMer of tthee 0 Iftist ed below,


ce e p aa d the

follows

Cedificate Number: 6522.000
arDo dsF : 2 08311 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0964-07-9260 LOT 60
BLK 792 19TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE


c91he DrTC EaEsseLs D TRUST
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate

e t cce f cta a I tbhees Tt the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,

EastHWing SaEasota Ronda at09:00 a.m. on the
Karen E. Rushmg
Clerk Of The Circult coud
Sarasota Cnosuntd,, Florlda Clerk
y eputy
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

OTICEhOrFbAP v nOAh OANL R EDS

@, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7015.000
Year of Issuance 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0316 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0970-06-3015 LOTS 15 &
16 BLK 630 14TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
ROBERT C LAGES PA & MICHELLE PAYUK
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
descnbed in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Flushing
Clerk Of The Circult coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1
8, 15, 2010. '


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
n, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7522.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0321 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0979-03-5519 TRACT J
BLK 355 10TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed: JOSEPH
MACHNIK
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout


House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that NOELLA SANTERRE,
the holder of the cedificate listed below, has filed

cedificate number and year of Issuance, the
description of the propedy, and the names in
which the propedy is assessed are as follows:

Cedificate Number: 6396.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0260 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0961-11-2429 LOT 29
BLK 1124 25TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
ASIF KIRMANI & ARIFA WAQAS
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk

Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 5042.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0301 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0770-07-0082 LOTS 1 2
35 & 36 BLK 13 WARM MINERAL SPRINGS
UNIT 80
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
SARASOTA COUNTY OFFICE OF MGMT &
BUDGET
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Coud
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 5636.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0306 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0951-14-6320 LOT 20
BLK 146330TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
VICKI L DEMESQUITA & ELLIS L
DEMESQUITA
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,

h e cc ct rmab a e
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 6523.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0312 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0964-07-9263 LOT 63

m n2w HtADDrTOdPC)sRT CHAFU.OTTE

0 79 DNRll.)ST LLC TTEE & LAND TRUST
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,

EastHWing SaEasota Ronda ato9:00 a.m. on the
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota County, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Pub atOolnODates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1'


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
n, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7090.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0317 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0970-17-3722 LOT 22
BLK 1737 36TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
MICHAEL J SAWICKI
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, State of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
descnbed in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS

dtheaholderdof tthee ced Icate listed belo
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7545.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #. 10-0322 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0979-04-0222 LOT 22
BLK 402 10TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
LUZ M SAMSEL
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout


House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1'
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that NOELLA SANTERRE,
the holder of the cedificate listed below, has filed

cedificate number and year of Issuance, the
description of the propedy, and the names in
which the propedy is assessed are as follows:

Cedificate Number: 6398.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0261 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0961-11-2446 LOT 46
BLK 1124 25TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed: ARUBEY
S DAVIS & JOAN DAVIS
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk

Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
m, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 5266.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0302 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0939-04-3511 PART OF
TRACT E, NORTH PORT CHARLOTTE
ESTATES, 2ND ADD, SAID PARCEL BEING
480 FT WIDE & 480 FT DEEP, BEING
BORDERED ON W BY COSMIC WATERWAY
& BORDERED ON S BY TERRA DEL SOL
SUBCONTAINING5.289ACM/L
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
GOLDEN GATE ACQUISITIONS INC
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, State of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
11_LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 5741.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0307 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0952-12-4303 LOTS 3 &
4BLK124327THADDTOPORTCHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
DEVIN HOMES INC
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

hhe ebdy ventholat A M PAR oERS

issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedif a sitmber: 6839.000
Tax Deed File #: 10-0313 TD


in fH odd 5 RLL
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
MARIA A WIECZOREK
of said prope being in t I sh edificate

is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the

h2m UderMa hStsarasota ounty Cout
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.

erreknOE. Rh cult Cout
rasota Cnosuntd, op a Clerk


Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
m, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7118.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0318 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0971-13-1806 LOT 6 BLK
1318 26TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
FRANK H BUTRYN & KRYSTYNA H BUTRYN &
KAZIMIERZ BUTRYN
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, State of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
descnbed in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7546.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0323 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0979-04-0235 LOT 35
BLK 402 10TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
LUZ M SAMSEL
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the


highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
JLLLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,

issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 4085.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0298 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0449-02-0040 LOTS
1&77 16278 & 16279 SOUTH VENICE UNIT 62
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed: RUSH H
EGGLETON
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, State of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk

Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
-LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 5498.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0303 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0950-13-3410 LOTS 10 &
11 BLK 1334 26TH ADD TO PORT
CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
LILY LUI CHIN & THIAM-TSIEW CHIN
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
Is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate all be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
1.JLLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 5807.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0308 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0953-15-1127 LOT 27
BLK 1511 30TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
MARLINE CHICOYE & MICHE CHICOYE
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
Is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,

hase ed ced catte rmabtaadeed e
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows.

Cedificate Number: 6889.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0314 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0969-06-2101 LOTS 1 &
2 BLK 621 14TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE

Name m whic heRDroDeiv Is assessed:

All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,

EastHWing SaEasota Ronda ato9:00 a.m. on the
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Pub atOolnODates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7123.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0319 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0971-13-2530 LOT 30,
BLK 1325, 26TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE,
ORI 2000069464
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
ROBERTA D BROWN & ROBERT J BROWN
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7614.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0324 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0981-04-0801 LOTS 1 &
2 BLK 408 9TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
JAMES VASQUEZ
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout


House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


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FROM SARASOTA COUNTY COMMUNICATIONS

While attention may be focused on the
Atlantic Basin and the 2010 hurricane
season, Sarasota County Emergency
Management officials stress the impor-
tance of being prepared for hazards from
natural disasters to domestic security
threats during September, which is Na-
tional Preparedness Month.
"For those residents who do not have
a family disaster plan, we encourage
them to develop one now and ensure
they can be self-sustaining for at least
one week. If they do have a disaster
plan, it is time to review it. The bet-
ter prepared our communities are, the
better able they will be to withstand a
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Assemble an emergency supply kit.
Make emergency plans.
Stay informed.
Get involved in helping your family,
your business, and your community
prepare for emergencies.
For more information, visit Sarasota
County's All Hazards website at www
segov.net.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7638.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0325 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0981-04-5317 LOT 17
BLK 4539TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed: JALLER
ENTERPRISES INC
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom.
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1.
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7677.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0330 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0982-04-1642 LOT 42,
BLK416,9THADDTO PORTCHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
TERRAQUEST DEV PARTNERS LLC
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom.
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.
NOTICEhOrFbAPPv nOAh OANL R EDS

II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

C a siblumber: 7857.000
Tax Deed File #: 10-0336 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0985-02-3501 LOT 1 BLK
235 8TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed: MAYDA
D MACHADO
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
Is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Pub atOolnODates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Isthheerebyd gntentthatc Ic sAeRTNeEoR
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
issued. The cedificate number and year of
sua ce, the des ption of thes ps sds dand the


Cedificate Number: 8219.000
ar dsF : 2 08341 TD

scrlotondfTPrA O C O E
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
DAVID R WINGROVE & JOHN M HARDIN
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
Is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout

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Karen E. Rushing
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By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Pub atOolnODates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7666.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0328 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0981-04-6233 LOT 33
BLK 462 8TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
IDA P FLINT
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom.
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1.
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7703.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0333 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0982-04-3525 LOT 25
BLK4359THADDTO PORTCHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
INTERNATIONAL ASSET RECOVERY TRUST
INC
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, State of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
M. the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 8214.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0339 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0992-12-0120 LOT 20
BLK 1201 35TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
LESYA VYGOVSKlY & PETER VYGOVSKlY
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
ILLEC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7674.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0329 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0982-04-1516 LOT 16
BLK 4159TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
BRIAN R BOSSY
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
ILLLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7723.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0334 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0982-04-4332 LOT 32
BLK4439THADDTO PORTCHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed: JOSEPH
R RAMSEY
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
M. the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 8215.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0340 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0992-12-0121 LOT 21
BLK 1201 35TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
LESYA VYGOVSKlY & PETER VYGOVSKlY
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7639.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0326 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0981-04-5423 LOT 23
BLK 454 9TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed: DANIEL
A SALVA
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7680.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0331 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0982-04-1835 LOT 35
BLK4189THADDTO PORTCHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
SW FLORIDA LAND INC
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Coud
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOtTc EhOFeAPPv nOAh UFMONR TTR DNEEERDS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows.

Ce fa slumber: 78d8.000
Tax Deed File #: 10-0337 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0985-02-4803 LOT 3 BLK
248 8TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
JULIE MARSALA & NICK MARSALA
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Pub atOolnODates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Isthheerebyd given thatc Ic sAeRTNeEoR
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
sua ce, the des ption of thes ps sds dand the


Cedificate Number: 8250.000
ar dsF : 2 08342 TD

scrl lonofTPrA O R OTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed:
PROVIDENZA VALENTINO & PETER
VALENTINO
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, State of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the

Inb Se S COoun dCou
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
erreknOE.Rh rcultcout
rasota Cnosuntd, op a Clerk

Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.


NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7661.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0327 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0981-04-6101 LOT 1 BLK
461 9TH ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed: MIGUEL
RUBIO & MIRIAM H RUBIO
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Cout
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
II LLC, the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
Issued. The cedificate number and year of
issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 7694.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0332 TD

Description of Propeiv: 0982-04-3036 LOT 36
BLK4309THADDTO PORTCHARLOTTE
Name in which the propedy Is assessed:
JAMES PH FORDE & GLENDA M FORDE
All of said propedy being in the County of
sarasota, state of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Cout
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1.
8, 15, 2010.

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED
Notice is hereby given that ALUMNI PARTNERS
M. the holder of the cedificate listed below,
has filed said cedificate for a tax deed to be
issued. The cedificate number and year of
Issuance, the description of the propedy, and the
names in which the propedy is assessed are as
follows:

Cedificate Number: 8296.000
Year of Issuance: 2008
Tax Deed File #: 10-0338 TD

Descrlotion of ProDeiv: 0992-02-6726 LOT 26
BLK 267 1ST ADD TO PORT CHARLOTTE
Name in which the DroDeiv Is assessed: ARPINE
LYS & VALERIY LYS
All of said propedy being in the County of
Sarasota, State of Florlda. Unless the cedificate
is redeemed according to law, the propedy
described in the cedificate will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Sarasota county Coud
House, 2000 Main Street, Historic courtroom,
East Wing, Sarasota, Florlda, at 9:00 a.m. on the
28TH day of SEPTEMBER, 2010.
Karen E. Rushing
Clerk Of The Circult Coud
Sarasota county, Florlda
By: E. Wenstad, Deputy Clerk
Publication Dates: AUGUST 25, SEPTEMBER 1,
8, 15, 2010.






























































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support
The Parkinson's Sup-
port Group meets at 10
a.m. the third Friday of
the month (Sept. 17) 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
(Sept. 17) of every month
at Aston Gardens, 1000
Aston Gardens Drive,
Venice. Questions? Call
Karla Koenig, 485-4887.

Blood pressure
Free blood pressure
clinics, 9-11 a.m., third
Tuesday of the month
(Sept. 21), Clare Bridge of
Venice, 1200 Avenida del
Circo. Call 485-8885.

CGliaC gfOup
Celiac Support Group
of Sarasota-Manatee,
1:30-3:30 p.m. Saturday,
Sept. 18, (third Saturday of
the month) at Waldemere
MedicalPlaza-Papaya
Room, 1921Waldemere
St., Sarasota. Free; the
public is welcome. Call
922-1205 or visit sarasota
manateeceliacs.com.

Medic are help
Associated Medicare


Patients Inc., an inde-
pendent, nonprofit cor-
poration of volunteers,
helps those on Medicare
navigate the health
insurance system. This
service is free and serves
Sarasota, Englewood
and Venice. It is open 10
a.m.-2 p.m. Monday and
Wednesday in the Small
Appliance Repair Shop
building at the Senior
Friendship Centers, 2350
Scenic Drive, Venice.
Associated Medicare
Patients is always looking
to train new counselors.
For more information,
call 584-0051.

Insurance advice
Serving the Health In-
surance 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.

M981S On Wheels
Venice Area Mobile
Meals provides a warm,
nutritious noon-time
meal to any person in
the greater Venice area
unable to prepare a meal


because of physical or
mental disability, regard-
less of their financial
situation; there are no age
restrictions. Special salads
and desserts 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
take a message at any
time. To start the service,
call 488-1889. For more
information, visit www.
VeniceAreaMobileMeals.
com.


TOPS
Taking Off Pounds
Sensibly meets at 10
a.m. on Wednesdays at
the Senior Friendship
Centers, 2350 Scenic
Drive, 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 organization
open to both men and
women of the Venice-
Nokomis area.
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On Sept. 15, the names of
approximately 16,()()() semi-
finalists in the 56th annual
National Merit Scholarship
Program were announced
by officials of National Merit
Scholarship Corp.
These academically talented
high school seniors have an
opportunity to continue in the
competition for some 8,400
National Merit Scholarships
worth more than $36 million
that will be offered next spring.
To be considered for a Merit
Scholarship award, semifinal-
ists must fulfill several require-
ments to advance to the final-
ist level of the competition.
About 90 percent of the
semifinalists are expected to
attain finalist standing, and
approximately half of the final-
ists will win a National Merit
Scholarship, earning the Merit
Scholar title.
The corporation is a not-
for-profit organization that
operates without government
assistance, It was established


in 1955 specifically to conduct
the annual National Merit
Scholarship Program.
Scholarships are underwrit-
ten by NMSC with its own
funds and by approximately
45() business organizations
and higher education institu-
tions that share NMSC's goals
of honoring the nation's scho-
lastic champions and encour-
aging the pursuit of academic
excellence.

Steps in the
COmpetition
About 1.5 million juniors
in some 22,000 high schools
entered the 2011 National
Merit Scholarship Program by
taking the 2009 Preliminary
SAT/National Merit Scholar-
ship Qualifying Test, which
served as an initial screen of
program entrants. The na-
tionwide pool of semifinalists,
which represents less than one
percent of U.S. high school
seniors, includes the highest-
scoring entrants in each state.
The number of semifinalists
in a state is proportional to


the state's percentage of the
national total of graduating
seniors.
To become a finalist, a semi-
finalist must have an outstand-
ing academic record through-
out high school, be endorsed
and recommended by the high
school principal and earn SAT
scores that confirm the stu-
dent's earlier performance on
the qualifying test.
The semifinalist and a high
school official must submit
a detailed scholarship ap-
plication, which includes the
student's essay and informa-
tion about the semifinalist's
participation and leadership in
school and community activi-
ties.
Approximately 15,000
semifinalists are expected to
advance to the finalist level,
and it is from this group that
all National Merit Scholarship
winners will be chosen. Merit
Scholar designers are selected
on the basis of their skills, ac-
complishments and potential
for success in rigorous col-
lege studies, without regard to
gender, race, ethnic origin or


religious preference.
National Merit
Scholarships
Three types of National
Merit Scholarships will be of-
fered in the spring of 2()11.
Every finalist will compete
for one of 2,5()() National Merit
$2,5()() scholarships that will be
awarded on a state representa-
tional basis.
About 1,000 corporate-
sponsored Merit Scholarship
awards willbe provided by ap-
proximately 250 corporations
and business organizations for
finalists who meet their speci-
fied criteria, such as children
of the grantor's employees
or residents of communities
where sponsor plants or offices
are located. In addition, about
200 colleges and universities
are expected to finance some
4,900 college-sponsored Merit
Scholarship awards for finalists
who will attend the sponsor
institution.
National Merit Scholarship
winners of 2011 will be an-
nounced in four nationwide


news releases beginning in
April and concluding in July.
These scholarship recipients
will join more than 275,()()()
other distinguished young
people who have earned the
Merit Scholar title.

Local
semifinalists
Pine View School: Adler,
Michael; Aquila, Peter; Beil-
ing, Marissa; Bilder, Mary;
Burbridge, Madeline; Burrus,
Caley; Cassidy, Nicholas; Clark,
Mckenzie; deLisser, Sage; Di-
etrich, Emma; Dunn-Rankin,
Matthew; Fournier, Stephany;
Freeman, Cameron; Green-
wood, Tasha; Hanewinckel,
Marie; Henderson, Anna; Kelly,
Barbara; Kiefer, Alexander; Ku-
perman, Allison; Larsen, Jack;
Lewis, Alexander; Loyer, Eliza-
beth; Mangie, Marina; Mihm,
Joseph; Oettinger, Jason;
Robbins, Arianna; Seul, Anne;
Strothman, Claire; Terpstra,
Kaitlyn; Tudin, Jeremy; Weaver,
Ashley;
Venice High School: Christie,
Emily; and Miller, Rachael.


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FROM PAGE 3 Notes: Dancing is at All Call: 497-1924 Notes: Fox Lea Farm is host- 390 S. N
A2 workshop level. Caller is ing an American Quarter Horse Notes:
Aerobic Walking Club Mike Cox. Dress is comfort- Fraternal Order Association-approved show. to a rece
Time: 5:45-7 p.m. able. Square dance attire is not of Police The show tests horses' abilities and Eve
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ments will be served.
Call: 485-7136
Link: www.venicearteenter.
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Venice-Nokomis
Woman's Club
luncheon
RSVP: Sept. 17
Date/time: Sept. 29, 11:30
a.m.
Where: 200 North Harbor
Drive, Venice
Notes: This fun afternoon
will include lunch and a game
of cards or other game of your
choosing. Make up your own
game table. Gentlemen and
nonmembers are welcome.
Call to reserve a spot.
cost: slo
Call: Phyllis Runyon, 486-
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okomis Ave., Venice
The public is invited
ption for the Anything
thing exhibit using
a. The exhibit is spon-
the Venice Art Center
directors. Refresh-


Parkway, ence
Notes: Members of the Aero-
bic Walking 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
co etitive bridge for 1 -
mp pay
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


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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
.
Third Thursday Stroll
Time: 5:30-8 p.m.
where: Downtown Venice
sho s
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Notes: Stroll the avenues,
visit shops and listen to various
street musicians.


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AQHA horse shOW
Dates/time: Sept. 17-19; 8
a.m.
Where: Fox Lea Farm, 800
North Auburn Road, Venice


ing. Competitors and specta-
tors are welcome.
Cost: $3 parking
Call: 484-4687
Link: www.aqha.com

Maxine Barritt Park
ribbon cutting
Time: 10 a.m.
IVhere: 1600 South Harbor
Drive, Venice
Notes: The public is invited
to te ri on cutting ceremony
to celebrate the grand opening
of the newest park in Venice,
Maxine Barritt Park, formerly
known as Tramonto Vista Park.
Call: 486-2626
Link: www.venicegov.com

Art exhibit reception
Time: 5-7 p.m.
Where: Venice Art Center,


Submarine veteranS
luncheon
Time: noon
Where: American Legion
No-VelPost 159, 1770 E.Venice
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 Discovery Way,
Nokomis
Notes: Benevolent Patriotic
Order of DOES Drove No. 141
meets and plays cards. Refresh-
ments served; prizes awarded.
Cost: $5


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cancerpatientsanda
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
at Jacaranda Trace, 3600
William Penn Way.
Qigong exercise class-
es, 10-11 a.m. Tuesday
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, Build-
ing P-3, Sarasota. This is
a drop-in, casual meeting
open to male cancer pa-
tients at all stages of treat-
ment for prostate cancer.


Mr. and Mrs. John
Boerner, of Magnolia,
Texas, are pleased to an-
nouncement the engage-
ment of their daughter,
Nicole, to Jason Fromer,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken
(Lynn) Fromer ofVenice,
Fla.
Nicole is a graduate
of The Woodlands High
School, The Woodlands,
Texas, and the Univer-
sity of Tampa, where she
majored in advertising
and public relations. She
is a professional model
with representation by
Wilhelmina Models in


New York, Miami and Los
Angeles, as well as Ford
Models in Chicago.
Jason is a graduate of
Ocean Township High
School, Oakhurst, N.J.,
and the University of
South Carolina, Colum-
bia, S.C., with earned
degrees in marketing,
finance and sports man-
agement. He is the senior
business development
executive at NanoInk
for the NanoProfessor
Nanoscience Education
Program.
A 2011 wedding in
Florida is planned.


PHOTO COURTESY OF LYNN FROMER


Call: Tuula, 488-5688


Venice Ave., Venice
Call: 488-1157

Kayaking tours
Time:5:30-8:30 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 W. Venice Ave., Venice
Cost: $1 nonmembers; free to members
Call: Bill, 586-5889

Duplicate bridge
Time: 1-4:30 p.m.
Where: 751 South U.S. 41 Bypass, Venice
Notes: This is friendly and competitive bridge for
players of all ages, sanctioned by the American Con-
tract 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


FROM PAGE 8


Venice Archives and Area
Historical Collection on TV
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Where: The show airs on Comcast Channel 19 and
Version Channel 32
Notes: Venice resident Julia Cousins Laning, daugh-
ter of one of the first mayors of Venice, talks about
growing up at the Triangle Inn and her memories of
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Albee.Venice historic resources
director James Hagler discusses plans for a future
exhibit depicting the impact the Albees had on
Venice. The program will be repeated Saturday at 7
a.m., 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.; Sunday at 7 a.m., 10 a.m.
and 9 p.m.; Monday 5:30 p.m.; Tuesday at 8 a.m. and
10 p.m.; Sept. 22 at 8 p.m.; Sept. 23 at 8 a.m. and 10
p.m.; and every night at midnight. It will stream and
be archived on the Sarasota County Web site, www.
segov.net.
Call: Pam Johnson, 486-2626

French Club
Time: 10 a.m.
Where: Venice Public Library, 300 S. Nokomis Ave.,
Venice
Notes: Basic knowledge of French is required.
Call: 485-3985
.
Running 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.















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

Computer questionS
Time: 1:30-2:30 p.m.
where: Jacaranda Public Library, 4143 Woodmere
Park Blvd., Venice
Call: 861-1270

Club food
Time: 11 a.m.-2 p.m.; 5-7:30 p.m.
Where: Venice-Nokomis Elks Lodge, 1021 Discovery
Way, Nokomis
Notes: Menu varies weekly. Fish fry every Friday
Evening dinner is followed by dancing.
Cost: Prices range from $5-$12
Call: 486-1854

Time: 5-8 p.m.
Where: Eagles Aerie, 621 East Colonia Lane, Noko-
mis
Call: 484-4470

Time: 4:30-6:45 p.m.
where: Veterans of Foreign Wars, 832 E. Venice Ave.,
Venice
Notes: Dancing 7-10 p.m.
Call: 484-8118

Dinner-dance
Time: 5-8 p.m.
where: American Legion No-Vel Post 159, 1770 E.


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FROM PAGE 7
Yoga 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, Noko-
mis. 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.

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Community
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These retired teachers celebrated the first day of school with lunch at Sharky's: Alana Battishill,
back row left, Dodie Neuhauser, Marie Naples, Anita Zeman, Mabel Stepat and Vickie Laheman;
Jan Buckelew, front row left, Nancy Kerns, Linda Trigg, Sharon Lindstrom and Sally Pisciotti.


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Venice High School volleyball coach Brian Wheatley, right, holding a baseball cap with the


TVheatley's1Vackos sit together
wearing their crazy shirts.
All these people and more cel-
ebrated 400 victories for coach
Brian Wheatley and the Venice
Lady Indians.
The fans also celebrated the
terrific girls who play each year
and who always thank fans for
coming to the games. Fans ap-
preciate the fun spirit that per-
meates the gym and the respect-
ful way the students conduct
pies themselves.
ut the Congrats for the 400 victories
and for all the celebrations yet
game to come.
ot
at he Comedy Night
n the is no joke
group
nds sit About 120 Venice High School
leaders Rotary Futures supporters know
ction raising funds can be a laughing
volley. matter. They gathered at the


Venice Art Center for dinner and
fun.
Jim Clinch led the joke telling
while Tamara Graham sang
as Patsy Cline despite having
laryngitis all week.
The highlight of the evening
was recognizing Steve Picazio
for his eight years of service on
the Rotary Futures board and
for coaching students in getting
ready for job interviews.
The group also recognized the
Boone Law Firm for its support
of the Rotary Futures Program
since its inception in 2002. Dan,
Jeff and Steve Boone assist in
College Night and generously
support every fundraiser. Steve
helps students get ready for job
interviews. Their wives have
been faithful volunteers.
Three cheers and a tip of the
hat to everyone involved with
this program and event.


One of our best


The special person of this
week is Julie Pinkerton.
This nice lady works for the
Venice High School Rotary Fu-
tures program. Before she started
working there, she volunteered
in classrooms at Taylor Ranch
Elementary School. She was presi-
dent of the Taylor Ranch Boosters
and chair of the Hoedown for
many years. She still volunteers
and models at fashion shows for
various organizations when asked.
She cheers for her daughters
and friends at volleyball, basket-
ball and football games. She is
a hard worker and a wonderful
friend. In her life, God, family
and friends are the most impor-
tant things.
Julie Pinkerton is one of the
women who make Venice a great
place to live.








Julie Pinkerton, left,
Susan Macrae, Karen
/ Woods, Polly Skinner,
Gina Taylor, Bob Vedder,
DeeDee Jepson, Debi
4 Hammett and Mollie
Johnson worked many
months to make the
Rotary Futures Comedy
Night at the Venice Art
A Center a great fundraiser.


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are diverse. Just check o
Teepee.
Greg Miller starts each
with two hot dogs. He's n
superstitious, it's just wh
does. Jim Kaufman sits i
same seat every game. A
of elementary school blo
on the couch. The cheer
and students fill their se
and get louder with each


Kathy Lehner, president of
Venice MainStreet, staffs the
booth at the Miami Avenue arts
and crafts show selling T-shirts,
posters and other MainStreet
merchandise.


Silvia Engel recently moved to
the area from lowa and was
selling handmade original-
design jewelry at the Miami
Avenue arts and crafts show. She
was nice enough to let people
take shelter in her booth during
the rain,


Lori Schpain shows off the


Matt, left,
and Debbie
DePalma and
Carol and John
Weber arrive
early for the
Rotary Futures
Comedy Night.


Gina Taylor, left, and Mark and
Tamara Graham discuss last-
minute details for the Rotary
Futures Comedy Night. Tamara
entertained the group by
performing as Patsy (line.


Julie Pinkerton, left, and Kim Kindell are the only paid


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Call 941.766.8019
Heritage Group Realty, Inc.


LAKE SULY LOVely 4bed
w/ pool. Near Kingsway CC.
$299,500 941-380-1961
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EAST ENGLEWOOD Lafitte
Place, 4/2/2 + enc. FL rm. Pool,
new tile & granite counter tops.
12x15 shed. Central vac. Kitchen
& bath completely remodeled.
On fresh water canal w/private
pond & dock. Roof AC new in
2005. New water heater, fans,
hurricane shutters. 15,800 SF
land. $189,900. 941-697-1205


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
Kitchen Furnished, Deed
Restricted $279,000.
941-627-6896


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ENGLEWOOD WINDWARD @
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


3/2 Rice Terr
3/2 Donatello Ave
2/1.5 Slade Rd
3/2 Muglone Ln
2/2 Tusket Ave.
1/1 Agress Ave.
3/2 Eldron Ave
3/2 Eldron


$63,000
$72,500
$50,880
$84,600
$38,250
$24,500
$118,500
$62,820


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2/2 MayPort St $74,500
4/2 Deerwood Ave $71,00C
PUNTA GORDA
3/2 Angelica $52,400
2/3 Melbourne St. $48,15C
3/2 Greenbriar Dr. $65,00C
3/2 Florida St $17,00C
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PLACIDA/ROTONDA
3/2 Green Dolphin $289,900
3/2 Mark Twain Ln $159,900
PORT CHARLOTTE
4/4 Sharon Ci $199,900
3/1 Waterway NE Ci $85,900
3/1 Perkin Ter $59,900
2/2 Rock Creek Dr $129,900
2/1 Palmetto NE Dr. $76,900
3/2 Faraday St $109,900
3/2 Harbor Blvd $69,900
3/2 Peckham SE St $239,900
3/2 Peachland BI $139,900
3/2 Gillot Blvd $104,900
3/2 Mirado NW Ln $64,900
3/2 Peru Ave $87,500
2 nt $9549,990000
PUNTA GORDA
3/2 Bayview $299,900
3/2 Madras Ct $162,500
2/2 Staver St $62,500
3/2 Peppercorn Rd $299,000
3/3 Obidos Dr $189,000
3/2 Aqui Esta Dr $269,900
3/2 Hazel Ci $92,500
3/2 Cleveland $149,900
2/2 Tobago Dr $169,500
NORTH PORT
3/2 Everett $99,900
3/2 Alhambra Ave $99,900
3/2 Wentworth St. $127,500
3/2 Dalhart Ave $99,900
2/2 Landsedge Dr $67,500
3/2 Brockton St $129,900
4/2 Eldron $122,500
3/2 Glordano Av $79,900
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Shamrock Shores. Builders cost
only/lot free. Investors only.
$289,900. 239-269-8173.
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Walk n Bay Ar?& Bay
Completed in 2007.
Reduced $199,000
37H irlolnn
Keller Williams Realty
Details: www.sandrahiironen.com


PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2
$159,900. (MLS#C7015025)
Patty Gillespie, Re/Max Anchor,
941-875-2755 or 941-875-2755
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3/2/2, 941-544-8834
278 Mark Twain Lane


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
7474 Brookhaven Terrace
2/2/1 Nice! Hurricane Shutters &
No flood Zone. $94k
Call Terry Long Always Long
on Service @ Keller Williams
Realty to find out what our proper-
ty is worth. 941-830- 347
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ENGLEWOOD 3BR/3BA/3CG
3 STORY WATERFRONT
HOME W/PANORAMIC
VIEWS OF LEMON BAY & ICW
200' seawall w/dock
&140001b lift, $1,395,000
Kari A. Battaglia PA, Coldwell
Banker 941-270-1851.


NORTH PORT SABAL TRACE
2/2/2 w/den & lanai, Gated Com-
munity, Beautiful home, move in
cond, Roman Shower, new paint
outside $219,000 941-423-8810


3/2.5/3 Pool, Cul-de-sac, Exc.
view of golf course & lake from
15th blue tee. Hurricane shutters.
$329,000 941-423-6206


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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,
More! $134K. Call Terry Long -
Always Long on Service! @ Keller
Williams Realty to find out what your
property is worth. 941-830-2347


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Lanai, all appls & W/D, fenced,
Sprinkler sys, Low maint & taxes.
$154,750. 941-429-9305 Eves
NORTH PORT Owner Finance
Can't Get a Mortgage?
3/2/1 City Water, Clubhouse
Priviedges. $69,900 $4,900
down. Plus closing costs.
Mortgage, insurance, taxes,
$675 mo. 941-716-4451


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Split Plan with Volume Ceilings
Maint. Free!
$157,000
24293 Westgate Blvd.
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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,
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$176,500. MLS C7012631
Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674.
REMAX Anchor of Marina Park


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HOMES FOR SALE


VENICE ISLAND, 5th from beach,
new TBB, 3/2/2, pool, 1840 SF
under air, complete pkg, $619,900
land only $399K 866-709-5014


PGI Unbelievable 5br/5ba
2984sf waterfront home. Pool,
Spa, New kitchen Granite, Stain-
less Steel apple's and more.
Intersecting sailboat canals.
Great views & Quick out.
3327 Trinidad Ct PGI
$557,900 Ron McGuire
Tarpon Coast Realty
941-223-4781


nuni n rung 0/0/3 + aen a PORT CHARLOTTE
master suites, 2307 SF, htd. 21/1 Move in Cond. Beautiful trees
pool in gated Charleston Park. surrounding this neat home in quiet
$289,900. Karen 941-429-1659 area. newly painted in & out. $62,900
Anne Fillion
Coconut Bay Realty
941-257-8592 or 421-8345


PORT CHARLOTTE PUNTA GORDA ISLES 3525
Just Bring Linens and Flat- Roseau Dr Fast Sailboat access!
ware Move into this Immacu- Views! Karen Tammen RE/MAX
late fully furnished 1st floor Harbor. $476,000. 941-380-
end unit condo at Pt. Char- 0639 karent@remax.net
lottes Newport I Just off 175
Seller says Make offer. 941-
380-1961
Debbie@DebbieSaunders.com
Allison James Estates & Homes


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Pelican Pointe Catalina model on
24th fairway comes w/buyers
home warranty. $579,000
Kari A Battaglia PA, Coldwell
Banker 941-270-1851


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Remodeled. Like new. Nice yard. 3/3/6 Car Gar., large fam. & [wing
Fenced. Quiet street. Reduced to room + office. $199,900 Blaine,
$88,500. Call 941-525-9140. Power Brokers 941-740-2595


NORTH PORT, 4/2/2. 2318st
pool home on dbl lot. $230,000.
Deborah & Dick Miller Team.
RE/MAX Alliance. 941-662-9900



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suits,4/3, pond, barn, average,
$399,900. Paula Brill, Casa del
Sol Realty 941-240-2500
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3/2 on DBL lot, 1349sf, LEASE/
PURCHASE avail to qualified
buyer. $89,900 941-224-6031



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NORTH PORT
A Owner Financing
$699/mo
Ready to move in! 3/2
FL room, Gar, Berber
carpet, tile & more. $105k
941-716-0040


in '0b. 3/2/2 w/pool, on 1 1/2


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


PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2/2, sec
system, irrigation, crown mold-
Ing, 18"X18" porcelain tile, new
roof/ac, $79,900 239-287-7011
PORT CHARLOTTE 21351
Walling Ct, 3/2/2 Completely
remodeled, Everything new, A
must see! $149K 941-456-3658


PLACID, DON PEDRO ISLE. Gulf
front town home, 2/2.5,scrd.
porch, deck, pool & tennis. Dock
w/access to intercoastal, Just
Reduced! $625,000.941-697-4416


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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


2/2/2 pool home with dockage
for 65' plus sailboat, depth
maintained by city, dead end
street in restricted neighbor-
hood. $229,900. L sa
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VENICE ISLAND lose I?.sach
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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Rq5tO nAdo, Oted2p/o2ol en0
nis, clubhouse, covered parking,
low maintenance fees, $89,900
Tall Pines Realty
Jeremy T. Jones 941-628-5027






RUSTIC LUXURY IN VENICE
ACRES 3.7 Acres, horses ok. Spa-
cious fami home with treehouse
views. 4BR/3.5BA 6 car garage,
$435,000 obo. 941-484-1198


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PORT CHARLOTTE
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


lanai w/sencl pool, 2 86x165 lots
carpet/tile screened entr w/2
car gar.$200,000 941-62 -0463


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5. vi-..Iwt tly owner treauorug
Key west style 4/2.5/4 Remod-
eled, Upscale neighborhood,
Close to beaches. Exta 80x100
Lot,. No Realtors Reduced to:
$239,000 941-244-0116





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2Ba, pool, 1970sf $279,775. 1uu eq.rt. wasouuu.
Deborah & Dick Miller Team. Covered Parking & Dock
RE/MAX Alliance. 941-662-9900 Lou Sauppe 941-650-9481
Venice Real Estate Company

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New Lakefront 4BR/3BA/3cg
Executive Pool home on
Cul-de-sac. Gated comm, golf,
tennis, By owner $325,000
810-287-4960


run. v..nn...m .c veaumu,
3/2/2 w/pool, huge screened lanai,
dock, on sailboat canal 1 block to
harbor. Priced for quick sale at
$220,000. Patti 269849-4035
P400ROTS HCAHRA pEa .BSr
Huge ard. Great curb appeal.
$109 /obo. 941-639-8497



PORT CHARLOTTE Full renova-
tion, all new granite/maple/SS
/flrs/air/+++, 3/2/1, Suncoast
PORT CHARLOTTE 23270 Real Properties 941-235-1747
Burlingname Ave. 3/2/2 Pool ,
Home. New kitchen, carpet, and
paint. Like new. 1,776 Sq Ft.
$139,900. Jerry Saxe, Keller
Williams Realty 941-456-9674


PUN IA GORDA 3/2/2 + den
2845 Sancho Panza Ct. Very
Quick Sailboat Access Inter-
s tbn0 ban s atwd I
metal roof; total
electric shutters; pavers;
stainless/granite kitchen;
Edi lecna et;meS59R8,0
RE/MAX Harbor Realty.
941-380-0639






PUNTA GORDA 3/2/ 2370
total sf, beautiful county home,
sailboat canal, concrete seawall/
dock, elec lift Hurricane shutters
split plan in good area. $269,000
www.buyowner.com
ID#TPA66622 or 941-505-1512


PI TA GOR[iA, Earn 8%+
return. 2 Leased Homes on 17
1.39 Ac. $169,900. John Bockin,
RE/MAX Harbor. 941-833-4216


PORT CHARLOTTE, 1337 Long-


NORTH PORT Sabal Trace II PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/2 3/3
Lake view 3/2/2 1477sq ft, Like Orange Dr. Blt 2004. Imm.Occu-
new 2008. Hm Warr Call Dennis pancy, split plan, Grt. Rm w/vault
Boyle 941-496-8700 $164,900. ceiling, send lanai, all appls.
$129,000 941-815-7588


Executi 3/2 ol home, on
canal to gulf. Beautifully turnkey
furnished, $295K Judy
Barkhurst, Sun Realty
941-286-3473
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IONTA GORDA- 2003 5 acre
home on Praire Creek w/ pool.
Amazing storage! $338,383.
Karen Tammen, Realtor, RE/MAX
Harbor Realty. 941-380-0639


Custom Built 2008 Pool home.
3/2.5/3 3100 sq. ft. 2 blocks
to beach. $895K
941-375-8462

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4tsN stsA Z.0 us w/nealea
POOL on oversized
cul-de-sac lot in gated
community "PEBBLE CREEK".
Included in this exquisitely
designed home is a gourmet
kitchen w/granite counter tops
aquarium window, fireplace &
the list goes on! Incredible deal
at S350K. Offered by
PROFESSIONAL REALTY
941-625-1339


1700 SF under air, extra lot inl-
9
de r4t lew St. 169,900

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PORT CHARLOTTE 3053 Stone
St. GC. 3/3/2 Waterfront, pool,
boat lift, fireplace. $379,900.
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2030 Sq. Ft. living area, sailboat


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Corian kitchen, many upgrades,
fruit trees, dock on sailboat
canal. Move in cond. $270,000.
(941)-505-2225


run s unam..m ic amon
Gorgeous! 4BR/3.5BA/2
100C wmllpool h$ 75k
Lowest interest rates ever
CALL NOW! 850-567-7978


PORT CHARLOTTE, Park Like
Setting. 18430 Lamont Ave.
f eFne d r e u e1r0
CENTURY 21 Aztec. Ken Giunta
941-661-1438
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Shell Only, Sec. 15. 23156
Lark Ave. $49,900. obo
941-628-2883


Waterside St 2000+sq ft MLS#
C7014367 $167,850 P. Gillespie
Re/Max Anchor. 941-875-2755


Movein ond.Updted itTile.


PORT CHARLOTTE,3/2/2 2000
sf canal-front, bird watcher s par-
adise! $129,900 Patty Gillespie
Re/Max Anchor 941-875-2755
PORT CHARLOTTE 4/2/2
2150sf living + lanai. Lg. corner
lot. Water, Sewer Compete Shell.
$74,900. Price neg. for interior
completion. 941-627-3373
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At Colony Point, Top flr 7C
PUNTA GORDA PENTHOUSE
SALTWATERFRONT
8 Iarge picture windows on
pn biu sT e
quality hardwood & tile floors
Garage/dock avail. 1800+ SF.
$550,000 Make Offer To 508
776-2223 & 239-839-1534


Terr. SE. Sailboat direct access


3/2 1,450 Sq.Ft. in PC. Totally


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bath/3 office 18961
McGrath Cir. Sailboat 4 min to
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5557 sq ft $599K Judi Hill
C-21 941-625-4339 or 941-
457-3687 hillfl@comcast.net


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MANASOTA KEY
Waterfront cottage for sale.
No bridges to gulf
Call 941-237-8906


ItTiunck20d05 v thbp ol an 2nd
Open floor plan, lots of trees,
fenced yard. $160,000. Owner
says bring offers.
MLS# C7011719
RE/MAX Anchor of Marina Park
Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674


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Lovely courtyard style home
on Venice Island. 3BR/3BA
w/ private casita for guests.
Close to beach & downtown
FSBO $429,900 (941)488-4045.
VENICE BAY INDICES
2br/2ba Double wide, Nice,
Clean, Good cond. Lot fee
$750/mo Only $1000. its
yours! 941-232-4263


w/ pool, close to Ponce de
Leon Park, good fishing, sail-
boat canal, close to harbor
dock & lift, tile thru out. $360K.
941-286-3411


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2040 OYSTER CREEK DR
ENGLEWOOD Rare Find
3/4 Acre Park like waterfront
Estate. 3/2/2 2434sf home.
Boat lift, 3 Mins to Lemon Bay.
Separate 50x20x18 RV Garage.
$389,000 Ron McGuire
Tarpon Coast Realty
941-223-4781


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HOMES FOR SALE


HOMES FOR SALE


WATERFRONT


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PORT CHARLOTTE 510 E.Tar-
pon Blvd, wide canal, 10 mins.to
harbor, 10,0001b boatlift, very
Irg.Ianai, new kitch. redone, gran-
ite counters, 2/2/1, new tile, fur-
nished $179,000 941-629-5199


Executi 3/2 ol home, on
canal to gulf. Beautifully turnkey
furnished, $295K Judy
Barkhurst, Sun Realty
941-286-3473


masse manat::miulmi
Elegant3/2/3
Huge Paver Brick Deck
with Dramatic pool & Spa!
Backs up to Nature Preserve.
Only $495,000
941-493-7447 Owner/Broker


WATERFRONT
HOMES 1030


PUNTA GORDA 3/2/2 vaulted
feeri ned Bsur te orne II
$111,000. 941-875-2189 Paul
Nunez, Thomas Ryan & Assoc.


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409 MANATEE CT. #206 -2/2, 2nd loor, 991 sq.ft..................... .....................$800
4425 B CORSO -3/2/1, Available 9-1, 1st loor, 1383 sq.ft..................... .....................$90p
1122 BIRD BAY -2/2, 2nd loor, 1013 sq.ft. Smokers Welcome......................................$950
4425 D CORSO VENETIA 3/2/1, Available 9-15, 2nd loor, I 0 n 5950
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359 SEA GRAPE 2/2/1, Available 9-15, 1312 sq.ft., pets considered................................$875
5206 LAYTON DRIVE -3/2/2, 1540 sq.ft., basic cable, furnished, petconsidered....................$1300
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PUNTA GORDA 3/2/2, 2165
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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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
2-1/2 car garage parking w/2
large storage lockers & mini
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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PORT CHARLOTTE Harbor,
2/2, everything new, dock w/
assigned slips, gulf access,
$146,500 941-629-9370
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WATERFRONT


CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR SALE
1040

ENGLEWOOD 2/2/1 Gulf Winds
on Oyster Creek w/dock, access
to Intercoastal, clubhouse, htd
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BOCA GRANDE R.E.
941-830-0403 MLS#D5778744





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

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ENGLEWOOD 2/2, Lower floor
End unit, Furn. Tennis Court & Pool
Reduced! $105,000
Owner anxious!
For appt. please call: Ruth Brown
Floridian RealtyServices
M9L41-2D75 8


LAKE SUZY Kingsway CC area,
11433 SW Courtney.
3bdrm/2bath. $219,950. Jill
Brouwer Realty, Linda 941-457-
7245 or Jill 276-4459





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LAKE SUZY Kings CC area,
12144 Egret Circle Torth 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, 12951 SW
Kingsway Cir. 3/2.5ba, den,
pool/spa $399,000. MLS#
C7002190 Linda 941-457-7245
Jill Brouwer Realty 941-276-4459


ing Sunset Lake. Sailboat access
oversized garage, 2 Master
suites, pool & more. $519,000.
Karen Tammen RE/MAX Harbor
941-380-0639 karent@remax.net


I run a urnam..u inc
1, 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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VENICE, VENETIAN SHORES
4/3.2/2, spa, pool, elevator.
$849,800 Stephen L. Lingley,
PA. Signature SIR 941-809-7580

DUPLEXES
FOR SALE
1070



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E. ENGLEWOOD 3/2/2 on
NdhPoebA pl 4e
old. $230K 941-809-1820


i..ant our.r 11044 c.gret torys-
tal Bay) #405, 3/2/1, furnished.
19/69600.60J IB uwe94Re-4a ,
7245 Jill Cell 941-2764459

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PUNTA GORDA ISLES
Sailboat, 3/2/2+, 6 year old, top
of the line extra's. $699,000.
10K Lift. 30' pool.941-639-6044.

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.


LAKE SUZY Country Living 4 mi.
to PC, 1-75, Wal Mart, PRIVATE 2
1/2 acres, 3/2/CP, well, septic
$149,900. 941-743-6601.


mnum rizue. wz Deaulliul, Turn., runs ornam..ul in lastelully
lake views from EVERY window. remodeled 3/2 villa, new floors,
Reduced-$119,500. 517-789-5129 plumbing fixtures, SS appliances,
cherrywood cabinets, 3 walk in
0 closets, large tiled garden lanai
g. $99,000. Call 941-625-8051.


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duplex Tor sale ussuu Utsu
2/1.5 per unit. Newly renovated.
Located in beautiful waterfront
community. 14 1/2% cap rate.
Call Doug 941-258-8099


KINGSWAY GOLI- VILLA
On 15th hole, Beautifully Furn. End
Unit, Move in Ready, Immac. 3/2/2
Open Plan w/ over 2400 sq. ft.
Fami Room overlooks Golf C9urse
Community Pool, Breathtaking
Views' Price Reduced $179,900.
Melody Wheat
United Country Wheat Really
941-628-6825


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POR CHARLOTTE: e .re:,r <,er-
Away! 2/1.5 Steps to the Harbor
New Carpet, tile. carport, lanai,
shed, Clubhouse 55+ $342
mo.fee $8 900 941-323-3304
PUNTA GORDA 1/1 14x40
furn, 55+ Resident owned SR.
Park. RIVER HAVEN MHP
10100 Burnt Store Rd Unit
129 Low maint. fees
$29,000/obo 516-850-0576


TU "LV "cvl "' "
55+ golf commr. 2/2/CP
On pond, Lg. Ianai, new floors
New paint, clean & well maint.
REDUCED $59,900
941-347-8618
PORT CHARLOTTE Maple Leaf


PUNTA GORDA ISLES, 417
Matures 3/2/2 w/ pool, newer
roof, Cage, garage door. 5 min
from Harbor. Clean, $249,000
RE/MAX Anchor of Marina Park
Cady Rowe 941-457-0497


O 6'd ,t2nley, I ork Gedy
Cash flow' Agents welcome 3%. By
Owner $55,000 941-468-1656

TRI-PLEX
FOR SALE
1075


en..aIVH nas it all: we, Ist rloor


3/2/2, Htd. pool, 178' rim canal.


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.


ENGLEWOOD BEACH, 2-1 b~ed-


runm avaun m...co, L.UAurf
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
dollar view on harbor. 2BR/2BA.
Must sell. $119,000.
941-740-5284


PUNTAGORDA WATERFRONT
710 Bimini Lane
Designed for Wheelchair.
3/2.5/2, Lon Waterview, HTD
Pool, 10,000 Lift, 3-Skylights
XLG. Lanai, All furnishings inc.
$319,000 Owner 941-575-0525

PUNTA GORDA WATERFRONT
Great View, Boat Dock, newer
2/2/CP, & 12x12 lanai. Res
Owned, htd pool, Lg club house.
no pets. 55+, M Sell-
ing dueto health, 941-833-8370


e-cour. 1-tour. rully renteu.
New paint, & septic pumps.
$119,900 Call 941-421-2085

MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
1090


m.v.ne munewwww man va-r-
Pet Friendly, 2BR/1BA. New Full
Remodel. Furnished. Fun Clubhouse/
Pool. Walk to shops. 203-912-6006


VENICE RANCH M.H.E.
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Community
is being Renovated!
Lot rental community
Singlewide homes starting @
$500.00 down
Doublewide homes starting @
$4,000.00
WAI..KING DISTANCE TO
PUBLIC & CVS
55+ comm. No pets
Call Dick or Steve
941-488-5672
www.VeniceRanch.com


w/ 18UUst+, op tr. unit with it s
dock. $1249,000 K
Tawrnmen RE/MAX Harbor eln
380-0639 karent@remax.net
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ARCADIA 2004 Skyline, DeSoto
Village 55+, 2/2, 1144 sq ft.
Lanai, Shed w/loft, Turn Key
$54K 260-413-4090
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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:
941-626-0696


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in ready. $79,900. Call owner for
details. 941-268-6374.


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





ROTONDA WEST villa/condo
2/2/1 built in 2005 $129,900
574-231-4976


vtiviet ve vesirame Do+
f nTs h 2 / la nqo a i
with roof over, large glass lanai,
r37r0t0 dO 9s -00olo9m.

Advertise Toda I


55+ comm. Across from The
dCultu rpCe nt e ..
$28,000 941-743-2684
or 941-391-4708


VENICE GARDENS 488 E Shade Dr
Move right in! Lovely 2/2 split
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


r s 1, Ernished\ Take-
front, 1st floor. $190K. Call 941-
661-8469 LEASE OPT/SALE


Cedar Woods, 2/2, $65K. Just
painted. Lovely complex near
shopping yet private. Call me
about owner financing available.
ca ofSheW od94P 60 o9n61
PORT CHARLOTTE CONDO
Ground floor, fum,
2BR/2BA/CP Pool, Jacuzzi,
Tennis, Shuffle Board,
Rec Hall, etc $59,900.
941-613-2940


VENIC TURKEY Bdr.2Ba.


oWteeplIng Tdlluldlnnu VwaterletW~
over looking the main channel w
9647a rwTink utod dr me


S AAWTLFRDOo 3Uptle'd
Kitchen. Charity Cain
94 1-716-0685


GOLF COURSE


Village Realty bank owned river-
front. Stunning views! $175,000.
Elaine for details 941-661-4800
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
PORT CHARLOTTE, Promenades
W, furn, spacious sing, 4 closets,
breakfast bar, laundry, pool, etc.
708 814838-1991 or 941-


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MAKE REASONABLE OFFER!
Seldom available Jetty Villas, 2/2
beach, pool, patio, bay views, prW
hot tub, redesigned kit, vault ceil,
loft, handicap access.
$349,000. 941-320-5152
www.jettyvilla.com
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Dr., 2/2, Den. Beautiful single unit
at Kingsway Country Club.
$1 500uwLirnd9a4194217645474579245


www.sun newspapers.net


GOLF COURSE


CONDOS/VILLAS


MOBILE HOMES
FOR SALE
1090


CALOOSA LAKE Village -
3bd/3ba home with canal view.
Split bedroom plan. Lg master
bebd rn w/t walk inh ro dtehaos
the closet, 1 for her & 1 for him.
Add'I bedroom also features a
walk-in closet. Spacious kitchen
w/island & breakfast area.
$159,000. Keller Williams Realty
Lake Wales. 863-221-0932.


ARCADIA 40' 2B/2B MH located
in Arcadia Village 55 plus asking
$25,000 obo 863-990-1126

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BURNT STORE COLONY 55+
RES Owned 2006 JAC. 1560 SF.
$99,500. HOA $175 mo.
FL RE CONN. 239-560-0524.
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MANUFACTURED


HOMES FOR RENT
1210




InvestorsChoice Real Estate
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ANNUAL RENTALS


CONDOS/VILLAS
FOR RENT
1240


comm
ENGLEWOOD Quail's Run, 55+
1stfloor, 1BR/1.5BA, remodeled.
Incl. cable & water. Amenities.
Annual.Avail 10/1 860-212-8747
OSPREY 2or3BR/3BA/GAR
rdr se$1Bla3 e ,clpoo Ttenn s
cable no smoke 941-966-9763
PORT CHARLOTTE 2br/2ba
appliances. Across from cultural
center, Avail. now $600/mo +
1st & sec. 941-575-3543
PORT CHARLOTTE 2BR/2BA'
tile throughout, pool privileges.
$675 mo. + 1 mo security.
941- 624-5967
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/2, appl
Close to Cultural Ctr, doctors &
hospitals. Avail. 10/10. $550
Mo. 1st & sec. 941-769-1292.


GUILD, TN. 2200 Sqft. 3/2
3 Car, 1 Acre, BIt. 2000.
Great Room / Large Loft
Views of TN River, Nickajack
Lake/Mts. Low taxes.
Reduced. $249,500
941-485-2030






JOHNSOIf CITY TN, English
Tudor Estate on 4 acres, 4/3.5,
new gourmet kit, in-law apt, 5000
SF, $645,000 423-343-6349





KINGSPORT, TN New Colonial
Duplex, 3/2.5/1, 9' ceilings, hard
wood floors, $159,000 423-343-
6349 www.standrewsgarth.com

HOMES FOR RENT
1210


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SHORT TERM OR SEASONAL..
2/2 Knox from $800
3/2 Boundary pool from $1800
3/2 Sandrift from $1300
2/2 Sandalhaven from $950
1 Dniso~nn ffam $90000
2/1 Deep Creek from $900
2/1.5 Sandlor from $1000
3/2 Snowflake, from $1500
1/1 Harbor Village from $800
Diana Legg, Mgr.
Your Rental Experts

website: www~icre~us


NORTHPOR 2 PORTa Ca
AbeilQuesada, Whitman &
Plcd.Between $800.-$900.
moCall Maria 856-364-8652
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335 Yal Solt. (941)-28-7781



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$6 0.2 11Fenced Yard ................PC
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2 pe edon
2/1.5 Morning Dove
PORT CHARLOTTE
3/2 Harmony
NORTH PORT
3/2 Zuyder


$550


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ARCADIA VILLAGE, '.5+ Gated,
2/2/Den, fans, Large shed, vinyl
porch, 1500 sq ft on golf course.
$68,800. 941-429-2316.


VENICE 55+, BOARNG COMM
2BR/2BA, new floors, Furnished
& well maint. $108,900
Resident owned 941-697-4472

OUT OF AREA
HOMES
1110


JUST BRING YOUR TOOTH-
BRUSH Tastefully furnished with
ualityPTmmacu tredrustomlals cO
Sheetrock throughout, including
sunroom! Separate private lanai
with a serene view out back. Too
ma cfe dre oshmednetioitaLt dhi%
a gorgeous 55+ community fea-
turing a modern clubhouse &
a othhuff@ti t & i sfo n
941-356-5308


PUNTA GORDA Dwntwn 55+
2br/ 2ba furn Condo. Pool'
Ianal, Cov. pking, Seasonal/
Ann. No pets 941-637-0628

PU2 Ater rORtDaAd PoLr h n
house 3/2 pool, furn or unfurn
Annual/Seasonal 941-629-4444
PUNTA GORDA ISLES Condo
Annual or Seasonal avail Oct 1,'
2BD/2BA, Furn., 2 Lanais on
water, Pool, clubhouse, 2 Blks.
from Fish. Village. No pets.
Call for rates,
Patty 800-345-4324x424
PUNTA GORDA WATERFRONT
Emerald Pointe. Luxury Furn
units. Includes boat dock,
3 pools, tennis, etc
1BR 2BR & 3BR Available
No pets. 941-626-3350
.
RN GM T1 HBS EMN EE
Newer 3/2/1, 1st. floor, $850/mo,
No pets. 216-509-2293
ROTUNDA BEAUTIFUL
-
$8520br .5BAdeFpuo 1. all.
Avail until Jan 1st 941-268-5275
SOUTH SARASOTA Spacious
2br/2ba Eat-in kitchen, wd, lanai'
carport, pool, tennis. from $835
No smoking. 941-966-9763
VENICE 2/1, all tile, parking, pri-
vate, sm pet ok/fee, no smoking.
close to 175, inclds elec. wtr/swr,
cable, w/d $750/mo+ sec. Ref-
erences required. 941-484-6563
VENICE ISLAND- 2/2 Condo,
grnd floor, furnished, private
beach. No pets. Jan/Feb/March
only $2,500/mo 941-266-7754

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VENICE ISLE. Spacious Corner
condo 2BR. 2BA. Lanal, Furn.
Cable TV 55+ Near shops and
beach $800. 847-272-8794

TOWNHOUSES
FOR RENT
1280

VENICE- OFFERS Spacious
Apt. 2/2, Great place to live. 3
blks to bch & 2 blks to Venice Ave
shops. $875/mo 941-485-7645

DUPLEXES
FOR RENT
1300


LOS
DEEP CREEK, Spacious, 2/2,
screened lanai, garage, laundry
room, small pets ok. $700 mo.
1st, & sec. 941-713-4806
ENGLEWOOD 2BR/1BA
w/carport. On Poplin Ave.
$600. 239-313-0290
ENGLEWOOD Nice 3br/2ba
duplex. Ceramic tile, W/D,
Super Clean, Nice. Appil-
smo9292849 33
ENGLEWOOD, GROVE CITY, Like
Ncew BnR 1 orlaunddm w
incl. lawn care. 941-4746141

ENG1L6EWOMOODb2BNRG/1D.BATH
$550 NO SMOKING OR
PETS. AVAIL. IMMED.
941-475-7011

PUNTA GORDA- 2/1, CHA, W/W
carpet, W/D hookup, screen
lanal lawn care, water/sewer
inc. $495 mo. No pets! 941-769-
6548 days, 639-8829 evenings.

APARTMENTS
FOR RENT
1320

CHARLOTTE HARBOR 1/1 apt.
updated, incl water pool scr. Ianai
no pets $550. 941-628-3759.
E. ENGLEWOOD Very Clean
1/1 includes electric, water,
direct TV & Hi speed internet
$500/mo. 941-468-8292

FREE 12 mins from Venice
2br w/den 2 ba 1300sf, pool
$399. moves you in $750/rm
941-4 m
ENGLEWOOD 2/1 new central
air, remodeled. 55+ community.
Near Boca Grande. $450 month.
Includes water. 260-493-3000


Furnished, Cabin, LOW


...c..usc ...mc men a we
zoned AG, fenced & cleared, 28x64
1800 sf, 24x20 metal garage
$187,500/080 941-6240275
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ROC WAiERFRONTCOMMUNilY
Furn 2BR $9,800
941-426-0666
www.myharborcove.com


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/monnual Litnse 217-01-699

tefees & KinsHw.Fomie $30ca-
94-641-0355 0






PUrNTA GORnihDA Cleveland sec-
window treatments huri can ht-
tes$795. mo. Cs all ower 71)-
9465-63878 o 718 864-6482







PNAGRDNA Fshemns
tsic view. Boat rLamp& if.
Vtltery privatxet 941-50-1962
PUNT AY GRDAT SVEMINOE
LAKES,7 lovey unfurn, 2/2/2


'Pa / Harbo Hom va p
port 1474 sq ft, $155K Blaine,
Power Brokers 941-740-2595.
Palm Harbor Homes
Only 1 '2009' Model Left
Save Thousands!
Call For Details
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5U8NO FGORiDtAine3d/2 Jau
Awesome water view, golf cart
incl. 55+ comm. Lot #46. Pets
OK. $99,500. 941-833-3334


HOU ME !
4br/2ba/2cg NthPort Single
Family Homes Starting at $922
Now Open Mon Fri 8-4
Sat. By appt. only
(941) 613-1469
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WE NEED RENTALS


r*uiv is ouriva co+ uatea,
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


20 Ja ob n X n+
golf course, 10X20 golf cart
gar, corner lot, large tmes'
P d ellAtMuj3 0
941-639-5554
Am .**mamm


PUNTA GORDA Estate forces
sale first $29,900 takes it Palm
Harbor doublewide lanai carport
shed private lot in gorgeous adult
community call 941-356-5308


PUNTA GORDA Immaculate quali-
ty built double wide Palm Harbor,
FL room, carport, situated in beau-
tiful Riverside Oaks 55+ communi-
. Owner has relocated, must sell.
39,900 obo 941-356-5308
PUNTA GORDA Nice remod-
eled 2bed/2bath, large carport,
screenroomutility shed, $13,900
941-626-7829 Greg.


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DEEP CREEK 2/2/1 newerspa-
ciouscleancath ceilingstwo bal-
conies on golf courseno pets
$650. 941-628-8570
DEEP CREEK CONDO
2/2 + Lanai. Updated. Incl.
W/D + free water. $650 +
security. N/P. 941-255-9144


MANUFACTURED


HOMES FOR RENT
1210



L**K
PORT CHARLOTTE Ex. clean,
3/1, Irge MBR A/C. D/W, Disp.
New paint. 1 yr lease. Pets? $655
Ca 80103-t9018m MntoNsee .listing.

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PORT CHARLOTTE Extra Clean
2/1 Includes Washer & Dryer.
$6B510ckmfro US94217-9S1c7e6nic Ave.
PORT CHARLOTTE Sailboat
Canal Lg. new 3/3/2 w/ htd pool,
Rent w/ option to buy Owner
financing Avail now (941)-204-9788
PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1/CP,
avall. 10-01. Clean, tile, W/D, DW.
t5h0. PeAts p slble 4262d62
erine e.
PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/1
w/Pool, 1365 Fargo St. No
smoking. $975 mo. + 1st & sec.
941-628-1796
PORT CHARLOTTE annual
rental, 3/2/2, 20275 Quesada.
CHA. convenient to shopping.
e pbau i s for ,0 boat or
$850 sec. No danger of foreclo-
sure. 941-475-1579

PeORr ctedCOHAkR OTTE,2/2E)eed
Lanai on Canal. $700 + Util.
Available Now (603)-209-2613
PORT CHARLOTTE/PUNTA
G102RO Amo.Lar9 1)-2 -354302/2.
PORT CHARLOTTE
Lrg., 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath
central heat & air
NEW blinds & carpets, No
Pets $550. (941)-743-3489
PUNTA GORDA 2/2/CP Mobile
27901 Leatherwood. Exec Cond,
Nice Yard. $600-650. Anderson &
Assoc RE 941-347-7454
PUNTA GORDA 55+ MH com-
pletely furnished 2/2/cp'
r ne& tiieon lakebncl
Now. Annual/Seasonal lease.
941-661-9443


APARTMENTS








VENGLVEWOLAeDnf, CW1tF N) T


cabled inclu. peto, $20 wk.

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MANASTA KEYA 1BR1/BA AND
2B/2Ac st.uepsto thex beach
Sm.d pets OK. 6 Mponth min.Vry








NOTHPORT () /2Aps.

Paint E Upstars No Pes.$70mo.


NORTH PORET PRMN

VICTOIAPINTE NEAPTES.
between USLM 41CE & 1-7
A2ED BA3.a enns Iro tORd


941 423e-s700



POR I CHARLO SOIIE

4200CU Lister St. P C

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*$500.0$30 Mvei Bonus*KL
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PORTC CHALOTTIE 2/2on
quiet2d foor, wvitha pol. n
son $60.941)-979-7403.

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22250 Vick St
Affordable-Income based
One bedroom apartments
for 62 or older
Income Limits Appl
Call 941-624-440
TTY-1-800-955-8771


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MEDICAL
2030


PRN PSYCHIATRIC
TECH/DRIVER
Senior Life I movement Pro-
ram the tric chiatric
outpatient tr tment p gram at
DeSoto Memorial Hospital in
Arcadia, Florida, needs a PRN
Psychiatric Tech/Driver: Assist
clinical staff with patient needs.
Drive company vehicle to trans-
port patients to and from pro-
gram. High school graduate or
GED required. Nurse's aid or
mental health technician training
q rre7dwith cle vde ng rsde
If interested in a competitive
salary and working with a dedi-
cated team of professionals,
please e-mail to jwelner@dmh.org
or fax your resume and salary
requirements to 863-491-4359.

The Courtyard
Assisted Living Facility
has positions available for
"Resident Care Alde"
Housekeeper
Experienced only reply
26 5 a r B ard
Punta Gorda, Florida 33983
or fax to (941) 625-6125
EOE/DFW
Alf License #7326


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MUSICAL
2035






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Duso, 941-740-0529
PUNTA GORDA on US 41
CEDAR POINT OFFICES
Stan atj c2,5 ar ft49.95
FLIP, 941-505-0482


Murdock Prof. Plaza
US 41 frontage, FREE RENT
terms negotiable,
no personal guarantee
Real Livng AII Florida
Realty 941-629-1121

VENICE ISLAND
Business 41, Tamiami Tr.

1000sf. $850/mo


Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2010


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APARTMENTS






















FORUA RENT L



5200L S. BICAYMNEDR.

accepting application for
seniors 62anover aend c
iltlrndividals with disabiities
at9 any age.1BR $48. $50
Sgec Deposfit ed alowt Pets!
$300. et security dpoosi t.
Waterg Seweig rai and gabae

Woodmere !
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STARTLING AT ihe
$6400/MO NT icui uiie

REORT SHLTYLEPOL 24 HR
FITNESS CaEroNTE, wihWIFI
INTRNE ACCES & u 916-42


COMMERCIAL/


EQQ
PC, Office/Warehouse
Prof Park, 175/Kings hwy, 1000-
2000s? Zoned GC, overhd door,
$69K for 1000 sf. 941-3800889
PORT CHAR TOTOE Prie
new. Sandhill Blvd. Turnkey/Fully
built out. (941)-624-5992
WINTER HAVEN, previous bank
bldg, great visibility & easy
access at corner of Recker Hwy
& Spirit Lake Rd. Bldg could eas-
ily be converted to accommodate
other retail uses. 4555sf bldg on
3.8 acres. BPC zoning $700,000
863-679-1710
www.TeamCommercial.0rg

WAREHOUSE
& STORAGE
1640

CHARLOTTE HARBOR 20X40
WAREHOUSE/BUSINESS, AC
office, water, dumpster incl.
$470/mo. 715-367-8236.

N600RO7F Re $ mo. Otax
$390 mo. + tax & $780 mo +
tax. 941-661-6720
PUNTA GORDA, New 1600 sf.,
large overhead doors on each
end + bathroom. $600. mo +
tax. 239-248-0020


new bldg., Landlord



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


NOW HIRING
Dishwasher and
Experienced Prep Person
Apply in Person, 2pm-4pm
LAISHLEY CRAB HOUSE
150 Laishley Court
Punta Gorda

SKILLED TRADES
2050


DRIVER/WAREHOUSE, Clean
CttLBoc thdeazmatno enkd
unload, lift up to 75 Ibs. Great
benefits and pay.
Apply: 20100 Veterans Blvd.,
Pt. Charlotte. DFWP/EOE


arrow.n a au oy uvales.
House & Shop, 1399 ft. Hwy 17
Frontage, Zoned Comm. Info
863-494-5540 or 863-244-3585

(LAnKEnWhAeLLEakePnn rDta t
Business District. Onestory build-
ing with 2700 SF. Listed on the
National Register of Historic
I ae Ryaa 2 ,k896 es I
wom.T Commercial.0rg
PORT CHARLOTTE Commer-
cial warehouse, small ofice.
Zoned Industrial. 1000 SF.
$85,000. 941- 628-0332


Key Condo w/ Ioft, 2011
season, private beach, pool
spa. 201-638-5805 '
PORT CHARLOTTE large fur-
nished 2BR/1BA/Gar. W/D, on
canal. Golf. No pets/smoking.
Centrally located. 941-456-8878.

VpENilCE My aR ve ly,1/ nn%
12ess or9c (4984 781165-54e8e
VENICE, 2br/2ba HOME, ful furn
50+ resortfac. Wk Mo, Yearly.
516-728-7487 or 516-728-2991


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LOTS & ACREAGE
1500


ARCADIA, FLORIDA DeSoto Co.
by Owner, 3 vacant lots at 135 S.
Baldwin Ave. Call 770-355-0611
or 404-626-6554.
PORT CHARLOTTE, 3 Adjoining
Lots Available. Will do Terms. Call
Jack Porter Real Estate Broker
(941)-268-0861
Recently Foreclosed,
Special Financing
Available, Any Credit
Any Income Vacant Land,
located at, Kennett St.
S at $ 9 Vi
Drive by then call
(866) 249-0680.

BUSINESS
FOR SALE
1600


MONEY MAKER

GERs as eAd C ie2e eW
Includes Business &
Prime Property US 41
Call Ken Giunta
CENTURY 21 Aztec
941- 661-1438

PORT CHARLOTTE Tax Prep
Business- long term established
t% return Oreparation bus n s
Sarasota. Price with furniture
97 ute uT5RKsgro s
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Shoesib, fileing co puterknow-
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OBITUARY DESK 5067

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voiew. No phnsed.D calls please.
and pre-employmen ret Py
drugtesingis equred


experience req'd processing
large group payroll. ADP
Exp ience UST. ntd ate
reconciliations, compile
reports, prepare journal
entries and other projects as
hae ntBle ni uld )'
PSi trLif ff IdAaCs.
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email resume to
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SKILLED TRADES




FIBERGLASS
LAMINATOR seeking
individual with Experience
in S rnaating Gel coat,s Hnd
Must have references.
Only responsible persons
need apply. FT, Drug Free.
(941)-485-0984




















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APle uy ra tene sohopl082

servie. Must hae ontans-
portaion an LEiAN D wt
crmialreor. l 91-283194

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BUSINESS RENTALS I


EMPLOYMENT

2005 Services
2010 Professional
2015 Banking
2020 Clerical
2025 Computer
2030 Medical
2035 Musical
2040 Restaurant/Hotel
2050 SkilledTrades
2060 Management
2070 Sales
2090 Child/Adult
Care Needed
2100 General
21 art-tirne/ Temp

2120 S eki Employment









HAIR STYLISTAN ASI-
Gord Area /x. ContacPt BSoya&
Leave Messge. 941-623-8-517






















HAOIR A STYLIST Davi Mces

seeal king experienced tls.5y.
min. Great Fopp 941-204 co-07.


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FI Dept. of Edu Lic #4211
(239) 334-6300





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BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
4010


JET SKI Rental Business
3 jet skis licenses, insurance
and location, $48k
Ready. 813-846-7730
ONLINE CELL BUSINESS
YOU + 3 = FREE SERVICE
UNLIMITED NO CONTRACT
CUSTOMER REFERS 5 = FREE
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SALES
2070



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We are currently seeking a TOP
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tory of successful results and a
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POSITION SUMMARY
The Account Executive is
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growing assigned strategic cus-
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contact and effective communi-
cation at multiple levels within
the customer organization to
improve revenue retention and
create revenue growth opportu-
nities. The position is responsl-
ble for meeting business re
enue retention and growth
objectlims t"y e tl s me
requirements.
PRIMARY DUTIES
AND RESPONSIBILITIES
*Demonstrate superior relation-
ship building and communica-
tion skills to identify and acquire
key customer business informa-
tion
*Coordinate internal resources
to provide proactive support in
a dynamically changing environ-
mr onr tieesnsuri etheus esr d
met
*Develop strong customer
relationships at executive level
*Ability to develop and execute
a strategic territory retention
Mde oo hx d activity
metrics.
O On-site key contact meetings
OConduct monthly service
reviews with assigned cus-
tomers

QUALIFICATIONS
*3 -5 years of Account
Management experience.
*Telecommunications/Data
knowledge preferred
*Superior organizational'
custom c irvic i .d
*Flexibility and ability to adapt
to a fast paced environment.
*Attention to detail and
outstanding follow up skills.
*Must be eager to pursue
knowledge of new vertical
markets and develop technical
and pnllceation expertise and

BENEFITS
*Medical and Life Insurance
* IdhT e0ff-vacations

oKgnition Programs
I i Ibowance &
Employment subject to post
offer pre-employment drug test.
If you are looking to join a
dynamic team in a fun, dynamic
and growth oriented company
with significant income opportu-
nity, please send resume to:
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ESTIMATOR, EXPERIENCED
COMMERCIAL FLOORING
ESTIMATOR NEEDED.
Call 941-270-1082

OUTSIDE SALES POSITION
XPERIENCED, for flooring com
any. Commercial & residential
xop FMiust8- 7 a1v 2Cal

Sales


AUTO SALES
"HERE WE GROW
AGAIN!"
Charlotte County s
#1 Volume Used
Car Dealer Seeks
Sales Women & Men
to sell the cleanest
"Like New" cars & trucks in
Charlotte County! Valid DL.
Experience preferred
b e ce
program! Guaranteed salary
+ commission.

GENE GORMAN'S FAMILY
MOTORS
941-625-2141
4380 Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte, FL 33980

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38+Comm. Call 941-9663636 ext
t40. or jobs@sphmarketing.com


Need Cash?
Have A
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SEEKING





ADMIN. ASSIST. Computerlite &

Auto-Cad design skills.
Call Dave at 941-627-0444
CAREGIVER, 20 years exp ,
Excellent ref. 941-235-0241


CERT. HEAWY Equipment Opera-
tor. Needs a job. Greg at
941-889-7693.


To F/O works wih oman .Flxbe

Mgt eHp cosOOcnsreoe Ivwno4 @
941-429-2657 Reply ASAP



CNA-15yrs exp. refs. care for
you or your loved one. Work for
Agency. 941-244-0203









CNAHHAsel eksie positionwth
ep(941)-416-3321



SeesCmpay.94-7697346






COollBegeGradAG HstoryC Gov';
sh riarp, resAponbe needswrk e
p/t l orf/! 16-43-9974.




College Grad, CompuerTch.
taroubleshoot 941-456-1346
COPT ESURC TECH. 30yrs.
experiene. A DegiCrtfee.FTP
1stan 2dhit.94-8697-18

CLEAN AND. boeSOBERi. Work


EQUIPMENT MECH, Gas &
dieksel cokertiie welding
C1941-7439-5456 RepA
IEstim ator Construcion) 20yrs
941-43-604 Bob 532





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(941-889-693









941-412-5764 Gene W G


PAINTER: EXPERIENCED in com-
Idat cresdenta Own air-
PHARMACIST 20 years exp.
retail, hosp, LTC. Looking for P/f.
Ask for Larry 941-661-5053
PHONE PRO/CSR CRACKER-
K 1 16L1-S69P9T-5P4C0ar ,rb2a0ayrs
Pipe Welder 20 yr exp Tig, stick,
mig all metals/positions field &
shop dependable 941-626-0680


BIBLE STUDY
& CHURCHES
3065

CALVARY BIBLE CHURCH
1936 E. Venice Ave. Venice
Friday at 9am.
Study features video teachings of
noted Bible Scholars on
For mor i .sC ones at:
941-485-7070 or visit
www.CBCVenice.com
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
4005 Palm Drive, PG
Thursday 7-8pm.
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
Monday & Thursdays at 9am.
Offering chair exercise classes
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

TRAVEL/TICKETS



NEW ENGLAND Patriots vs
Miami Dolphins 10/04 3 Tixs Sec-
tion 426 $215 941-276-2568


4 WEEK MENS BIBLE STUDY
Starting June 23, 30th, July 7th
& 14th 10:30am-11:30am
"What They Didn t Teach You
in Sunday School."
PastorPre n IdnbyNarring
Faith Lutheran Church
4005 Palm Drive, Punta Gorda
941-639-6309
FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH
4005 Palm Drive, Punta Gorda
CONFVaR IDOaNMBTi sTUDY
Classes for Youth and Adult
941-639-6309
Port Charlotte Church of the
Nazarene, 19150 Helena Ave.

marriage claftes, 7L14 wee
Respe lesThin series oi re al
why spouses react negatively to
each other and how they can deal
with such conflict. Class is open
to all for a suggested donation of
Filnan aTn e University, 13
week video-based small group
study that teaches families how
to beat debt. The price for this
series is $99.
Both classes start on Sept. 26th
from 6-7 PM. Child care available.
Please call for further information
6n2d7- 4r8quired reg3istPaMtionM
Space is limited.

OTHER
o9


AFTER THE STORM by Michi,
Spiritual Advisor
FREE 10 Min. PSYCHIC read-
ing at 25166 Marion Ave#112
P.G. 9/18/2010 4-6pm
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 $35.
Combined Classes for $59.
Review Classes for 25.00
For More Info: 941-629-4345
FUNDAMENTAI..S OF
DRAWING" CLASS, Students will
develop skills in 3-dimensional draw-
Ing with a vanity of subjects and
mediums incl pencil & charcoal. 6
week session ends with an exhibit &
cti forTfriends/f3ami%. Ta ht
Sept. 9- Oct. 14. $40 Y members;
$50. comm. members. Call for to
register, Bayfront Center YMCA,
347-8855 or 979-1493


FOUND 6 mo old white dog,
hound/bull terr. Has collar. No
tags. Found in Harbour Heights.
Josh 941- 915-8540
FOUND: SET OF KEYS Found-
Biscayne and Ponce de Leon. on
Sat 9/11/10. Blockbuster
r)ewa d1s6-c8a Don set.
LOST CAT: Lg. Orange w/ some
w tbes &male w/ ng halirwa
Lost near Dennison & Manasota
Beach Rd. area Answers to Tiger.
941-780-2105
LOST DOG SHI-TZU Male, 7yrs
old, tn color, microchipped,
r tto o se
n dta n r RCa Rhaz 4t
698-9955
LOST DOG: Choc, 2 yr. old Male
Pomeranian w/ white spot on
e9s41P71ease7c)a31 941-629-5745

A RTS
3091


Encore Gulf View RV Park
10205 Burnt Store Rd. PG
RAFTERS DAY
1st and 3rd Monday of Month
1:00P.M.
MOSAICS

CallR eumadrayas 196p9m-7888
OIL PAINTING, Bob Ross Gary
Jenkins, Certified at The PGI Civic
Assoc. Public/Beginners wel-
come. $50. Bring a lunch. Jan
Britland, Instructor. Call for Class
Schedule. 941-637-1655.
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
ggg4


HOMEOPATHIC STUDY GROUP
Englewood/Venice
4143 Woodmere Park Blvd-
Jacaranda Frances T. Bourne
Library

GrTuesmdea s 6-00 7:300PmMo-
pathic Philosophy, Remedles, &
various relevant topics pertaining
to Health, Healing, and Home-
opathy. Love offering.
Group meets every 2nd
Tuesday of the month.
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


ANNOUNCEMENTS





MURDOCK LITTLE League
Fall Ball Registration
Boys/Girls Ages 4-16
Tues, Thurs
09-07, 09-09.
OM9on,3W9-15, 09-17
ALL 6-8 PM
Sat 09-18 9-1 PM
$40.00/Player, $20.00/Sib-
I~ng Call 941-286-3554 for
info


















301 5 7-30







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onExperiened Cook par time
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Some restrictions do apply.
20 YEARS exp. at accounts


SEEKING
EMPLOYMENT
2120


PROF. BARTENDER/SERVER
12 yrs. exp. High-end/casual any
hours. LINDA! 732-421-8754
REAL ESTATE Assistant position.
Have Florida license.
Available immed. 941-979-6848.
RECENTI..Y GRADUATED student
s ean f olr 17bP rt
SECURITY GUARD SEEKING PT
WORK HOUSE SITTING/PET SIT-
TING. CALL 941-204-9196
SEEKING any type of work. I live
in North Port Call 941-416-1710
Ask for Justin.
SEEKING WORK 20 yrs Exp
Cleaning, Labor, Painting & Retail
w/ company.941-347-8310
TILE & MARBLE INSTALLER
30+ yr exp. Willing to wk for com-
pany. 941-350-9266
VETERINARY ASST, 4+ years
exp seeking work. Positive atti-
tude+skills. 941-623-2732


3000


EXERCISE
3095


KRIYA YOGA MEDITATION
1250 Rutledge St.
Unity Church of Peace
Monday at 7pm.
941-423-0029
PILATES Try our Classical Pilates
class)free of0chargatTtuheesdB
Center.mYMCaAm. 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-
blning strengthening and stretch-
ing, particularly of the deep mus-
cles of the abdomen and back.
Through consistent practice you
n in rhea do fhxibilityetdouncee
stress and fatigue; correct body
alignment; reduce chronic pain;
and improve concentration.
Accompanied by pleasing to the-
ear music and a spectacular view
5 ot eHtt bE lanade, Punta
Gorda. Call to reserve your
place, 941-347-8855.
VENICE HOLISTIC CENTER
251 Tamiami Trail
Monday 9am.
Tuesday 6:30-8pm.
Saturday 8:45-10am.
YOGA FOR BEGINNERS
Proceeds to
Venice Wildlife Center
Call Rick or Mary 941-488-1769

RELIGION


NOTICES LOST & FOUND~





FURNITURE
6035


CHINA CABINET Thomasville
oak excellent $150, OBO
941-204-2847
CHINA CABINET, needs re-fin-
ishing $60 941-681-1461
.COCKTAIL TABLE square, oak
$350. new, $75, OBO after 6pm
941-423-3560
COFFEE & END TABLE- Oval, cof-
fee, and round end table good
condition. $75. 941-575-2675
COFFEE AND End Table Ceramic
Tile table top, with metal legs.
$70. 941-875-3132
COFFEE TABLE & ENDS SOLID
OAK W/ GLASS INSERT/DRAWRS
$400, OBO 941-769-0459
COFFEE TABLE, 36" dia. glass
top, w/ wrought Iron base. $45,
OBO 941-474-4254
COMPUTER DESK Corner
Design $25 239-220-6412
COMPUTER DESK nice desk
has glass top and shelves was
hardly used $40 941-876-3422
COUCHES, (2) LEATHER, 1 teal
recliner, 1 L-shaped green $75
each, OBO Must see at 1575
David Place, Englewood.
COUCH BEIGE 60in good condi-
tion, $50, OBO 941-423-3560
COUCH CLOTH dark green 89
" /gold /burgande'green floral pa
cushoins $125 941-626-3102
COUCH SLEEPER guest room
queen sz gd cond mauve floral
print $200 941-625-2858
COUNTRY ROCK N chair wicker
on stage at country fest for kicks
radio/call $495 941-626-3102
DAYBED NEW WITH ALL
ACCESSORIES. NEVER USED.
$350 941-697-5003
DESK COMPUTER HUTCH PINE
WOOD DRWRS/STORAGE 6FT
$300, OBO 941-769-0459
DESK WHITE lacquer Oriental
et8a3 Id s6k $475
DINETTE SET 4 Chairs Maple
Table 4 chairs excl. cond. $75
941-473-1595
DINING RM TABLE, 6 chairs,
$75. China Cabinet, $200. Both
4hla-46Ad-n8Roll top desk, $75.
DINING ROOM SET, big table, 2
leaves, 8 chairs, server, hutch,
$300. 941-493-1818
DINING SET 36"X66"Wht/Wsh
Oak Tab$ 00& 641up6 t8d79cnter
c airs.
DINING TABLE 4 CHAIRS
MAPLE $399. 941-276-1504
DINING TABLE 6 CHAIRS TABLE
58 by 36 with 2 leaves $100,
OBO 941-474-5080
DINING TABLE Thomasville oak
641 -2e8xnllent $450, OBO
DINNING ROOM table beveled
Glass top 7ft x 4ft /8 chairs/
$375, OBO 941-830-0859
DRESSER LARGE all wood
matching mirrors excellent cond
$100, OBO 941-625-4602
DRESSER LIGHT wood, tall, 4
drawers $25 941-585-9123

bd40Edwr xUclen -
DRESSER W/ mirror, light wood,
7 drawers, good condition $80
941-585-9123
DRESSER, COLONEL LIGHT
Maple 8-drawer dresser (excel-
lent) $200 941-548-1220
ENT CTR fits 26-27TV, oak finish
Good cond., shevles, cabinets
$25 941-662-9897

e OtE R N 9CM 6 ld a y 7E6MNo nR
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Light colored, with drawer and
doors. $65. 941-875-3132





ENTERTAINMENT CENTER
Solid oak. 13ft. wide x 24"d x
78"h. Hitachi 50" TV. $750, OBO
941-286-4867
ENTERTAINMENT CTR/FREE
TV. pic on 9/10 Craigslist-cash
Only $145, OBO 941-493-8033
FIREPLACE, ELECTRIC pics on
9/10 Craigslist-cash only $150,
OBO 941-493-8033


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CORNER OFFICE Desk, 68x68
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Dolpinbse w/S pixt Chars $40 d

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Fromd soupne tonuts $300, Oo
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indor/otdor 4h ft.n xn 2ft.$30


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5 various sizes. For more infor-
mation 941-639-3562
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m2 oreEvrth.Ting Nkmustg.
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"ROSE" BY Corinne Layton #1 of
25. perfect condition, in box.
$60, OBO 941-585-1009
TALKING DOLL unimax limited,
blonde. Approx 18 inches. $20.
941-628-6371

HOUSEHOLD GOODS
6030


BLINDS 4 panama white -
wood style 17-18"w x "I $20
941-356-0690


HOUSEHOLD GOOD








STRORIAG ECONAERS Ster-
lhite, cRubbermaid $2.
941-475-71811




TEACUM KETTLE COPC RED.
il $60ntes w Likel Nsew $105.
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941-235-81054

white coral banh. $15d niu
941-276-1881





TRMOIRPICA ECR Pink coch
shaell (w/fre cnigtigt $25 .
941-4276-1881












TROPICALE HEDECOAR:e rhn
minlamp $1eS5. 941-6276-1881
SEVACUU CLEANRVEY VERYUS
941-7590013B 917-05







VHACUU, KIRBEY Dall tach-
micents.n Lighly used. $125.
cso 4 941-493-5649

WHALL RT- 48"x60"blk & lgold
Towers. Lv malsg. $100. lj
941-6255-0237


CHAIRS, SWIVEL upholstered,
Tourquouse, $25 Dinning rm
table, off white 6 chairs, oblong.
$75. 941-915-7606
CHAISE BEAUTIFUL taupe
color/wood trim.Coordinating pil-
lows. $150, OBO 941-286-4867
CHERRY WOOD CABINET
DOORS 41 X 23, BEAUTIFUL $50
941-460-8189
CHEST WITH DRAWERS GOOD.
$10 941-697-5003


HAULING Yard & Constr
CWas Ou eTan ph. t ,
941-284-8087or 564-6049

PAINTING/
WALLPAPERING
5140


ACTNOWFOR ANIAZING BANG
FOR YOUR BUClG
Low odor paint. AI, 941-468-2660
25+ Yrs exp. Former Firefighter

LOS
BEST PRICE FOR UAI..[TY JOB'
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Visa/mc/disc accepted
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PLUMBING
5160



higTh G ePrLe tBrERRetr dtonoas-
ter plumber. Lic. RF11067393
Ross (941)-204-4286

ROOFING
5185



RAY'S ROOFING OF
CENTRAL FLORIDA
All types of roofing, shingles
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Cool Seal Mobile Homes
Suntex Tubular Skylights
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863-967-3170
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941.979.7670


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AN OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE
may be required by the City
and/or County. Please call the
appropriate occupational licens-
ing bureau to verify.
ADULT CARE
5050


CARE o7hR -orHOUSEKEEaPEeR
trustworthy (248)-943-T664 '

CHILD CARE
5051


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COMPUTER SERVICE
5053


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CLEANING
SERVICES
5060

HOUSE CLEANING
Ref's 10 yr exp 941-306-9660


FLOORING


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OF YOUR INVESilVIENT.
Pool deck renovations, drive-
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QUALITY DECKS 375-1103
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IMPROW'OMENT


CARPENTER, INC. One call
does it all. Lic & ins
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DAN THE HANDYMAN
Bath rm & kitchen remodels
Painting, Carpentry, Anything
941-697-1642
DAVE'S HANDYMAN
I sC law 8 d S

HOME IMPROVEMENT Home
repairs, kitchen, bath, paint, tile, floor,
etc. Lic & Ins. Joe 941-883-1303

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LAWNITG EN

5110

AN OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE
may be required by the City
and/or County. Please call the
appropriate occupational licens-
ing bureau to verify
A TREE Care Co.-Sales, trim-
ming, Removal, install & design.
Will beat any estimates.
Tremendous Tree 941-426-8983
A JAMISON TREE SERVICE
Complete & Professional
Pr AB ti FrEstimajOn
Sr Di L & Ins. 941-423
0 1-423-0020
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
LAWN SERVICES
Complete Grounds Maintenance
Serving Venice since 1998
941-484-8686
SSAGE THERAPY
5119


MILLER MOBILE MASSAGE


Senior Summer Special


6001


6005
6006
6007
6008
6009
6010
6011
6012
6015
6020


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oke od
North Port
Port Charlotte/Deep
Creek
Punta Gorda
Rotonda
Sarasota
South Venice
Venice
Out Of Area
Flea Market
Auctions


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6013 Moving Sales
6025 Arts & Crafts
Issehold

orn cs
6040 TV/Stereo/Radio

o oe Eprpy/
6070 Antiques &
Collectibles
6075 Fruits/Ve es
6090 Musical
6095 Medical
6100 Health/Beauty
6110 Trees & Plants
6120 Baby Iterns
6125 Golf Accessories
6128 Exercise/Fitness
6130 Sporting Goods
6131 Firearms
6132 Firearm Accessories
6135 Bikes/Trikes
ography/Video
6145 Pool/Spa & Supplies
6160 Lawn & Garden
6165 Storage Sheds/
Buildings
BH uo% .
Equipment
6190 Tools/Machinery
6220 Office/Business Equip
& Supplies
6225 Restaurant Supplies
6250 Appliances .
6260 Misc. Merchandise
6270 Wanted to Buy or Trade

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CLOTHING/JEWEL
ACCESSORIES
6065

WEDDING DRESS JESSICA
MCCLINTOCK Bustier, Ivory, Sz
11/12 $30 941-460-8189

ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070

1996 BROADWAY RAGTIME
beanie bears. All 3 Mint Cond.
$30 941-625-5211
RECORDS OLD, 45,33 SOME
w/books Englewood $10.
941-475-7111
ANTIQUE OPERA GLASSES &
CASE 1890 "LATOUR" PC FROM
PARIS $55 941-639-1517


s c bc Eca yr9u n
Oriental Rugs, Silver. Quality
Items. Call Terry, 941-349-8560
ART WORK signed etchings
nautical Llonel Barrymore. $15.
941-493-6860
PLATE, Collector plate Danbury
mt 1989 'Walk of fame" Jimmy
Stewart front $15 941-423-2585
ALWAYS BUYING
ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER
NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES
(941) 639 -9338
SPANISH STYLE dr front
desk. Carved & turned dark hard-
wood. $450. 941-548-1220
COINS Silver Dollars 10 assort-
ed, Morgan and Peace Silver Dol-
lars. All for $180. 941-258-8952
WTC RECOVERED COINS 9TH
ANNIV. 9/11 $1 239-220-6412


ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070

$2 BILLS 37 1976 Bicentennial
Series Two Dollar Bills. All For
$135 941-258-8952
VICTOR VICTROLA PAT.1906
Floor model with crank. $250
941-473-4199
TABLE, INLAY, Made in 1934
12 different woods, 6,000 pcs.
$700. 941-474-0506
MORRIS CHAIR Refinished Mor-
ris chair no foot rest pic by email
$80, OBO 863-491-0367
WTC 1961 URUGUAY SILVER 10
PESO PCGS WTC RECOVERED
$100, OBO 239-220-6412
HARLEY DAVIDSON cordless
phone vintage v rare collectible
NIB $58 941-697-8498

E PRCE3GCO 9 1 I
WTC RECOVERED 1999 GOLD
MAPLE LEAF PCGS WTC $400.
239-220-6412
CURRENCY 1899 $5 Silver Cer-
tificate, Indian Chief, Nice Shape
$385. 941-258-8952
1920'S ROYAL ROCHESTER
BATTER BOWL & SYRUP PITCHER
MINT! $55 941-639-1517
HOLIDAY BARBIE Hallmark
1996 & 1997 $25
941-227-0676
VENDORS WANTED
ARTS, CRAFTS, ANTIQUEs
"Octoberfest" 10/2 10am
Booth Space 863-494-2500


CASH PAID**ANY old military
items, swords, medals, uniforms,
old guns. Dom (941)-416-3280


KITCHEN TABLE 36" round and
2 chairs on castors. Ex cond
$35 941-697-1298
LANAI SET Resin Wicker, 2
chairs white wicker, Rocker,
2 Iov atW kcush-
$150, OBO 941-429-4893

W RKSBOW LLRECN RS D ,-
ING. $30 941-697-5003
LOVESEAT BIEGE LIKE NEW 1
YEAR OLD $250 941-744-6085
LR SET 3 PCS INCLUDES SOFA
BED/LOVESEAT BEIGE GD GOOD
$400, OBO 941-769-0459
OFFICE CHAIR Ergonomic high-
back swivel, grey microf iber.
Good cond. $30 941-548-4103


OaV1AL7/ 06dU7N5D ff eeS7and end
QUEEN HEADBOARD blond with
tr anrb e5 p904s1ts E ell3t condi-
RACE CAR bed. Step 2 w /
mattress. Excel. cond. $200.
941-429-4195
RATTAN END table vintage
tiered table with laminate shelf
tops. $40 214-906-1585
RECLINER LOVE Seat Green
Leather Double Recliner Like New
$400 941-423-2780
RECLINER QUEEN Anne Reclin-
er Excl Cond. $75.
941-206-3878
ROCKER, PLUSH GOLFER PAT-
TERN rocker/recliner can sleep in
it. $120. 941-447-2134
ROLLAWAY BED Lightweight
with Mattress $35
941-624-5219
ROUND COFFEE table vintage
rattan, elephant glass top. $80
214-906-1585
SLEEP SOFA/ 2 matching
Chairs plush excl cond $495
941-206-3878
SOFA & LOVESEAT MOVING
sale black, good cond. $150,
OBO 941-626-5199
SOFA BED Loveseat beige full
size new matt. Exec cond. $100
941-429-9288
SOFA EXCELLENT shape,
bl3s,5bro Oan tan. Full size.
SOFA LAZYBOY,
blue/whiteexcellent condition
$200, OBO 941-916-0103
SOFA SLEEPER Qn matching
Love seat, excellent cond
$150, OBO 941-625-4602
SOFA SLEEPER with love seat.
Good cond. $150
941-460-8167
SOFA TABLE Glass Top, Dol-
phin Base $200 941-423-2780
SOFA, LEATHER Taupe color,
three cushions, 89" long, in excel-
lent condition. $400
941-698-1654
SOFA/LOVESEAT/CHAIR, Like
New Beige/Burgundy/Rose Floral
Pattern $350. 941-764-6069
SOFABED QUEEN size, dark
blue. Good Cond! $210., NIGHT-
STAND, White. Looks new, $15.,
deem--$15. 941-391-4597
TABLE OAK, Round, pedestal
base w/ 3 oak chairs, ex cond.
$150 715-280-0068
TABLE PEDESTAL with 2 chairs
40" H x 36" D Exc Cond. $90
Comp Table Metal w/filing cabinet
incl. shelving $75 941-258-4099
TABLE round glass table w/bam-
boo base, 4 chairs on rollers,
$50. 941-637-7364, 639-0029
TABLE SOLID CEDAR GARDEN.
e.EELVE2S50HU9T4CH7 -AOW S 5FT
TABLE, COFFEE 3 1/2' x 3 1/2'
glass top $50 941-681-1461
TABLE, DINING ROOM TABLE
Oval, 6 chairs, excellent shape.
$100, OBO. 941-915-7606
TABLE, DINING ROOM. oak,
with glass inserts, 18" leaf & 6
chairs. $350. 941-766-8233
TABLE, END set of 3 matching
$75 941-681-1461

TaAbBeL4 "h AK shCo0w i e try
tiful $100 941-548-1220
TABLE: ACCENT/SIDE TABLE
solid wood/pine
Englewood $10 941-475-7111
TABLES, END TABLES 3 solid
wood walnut $40.ea sharp
941-447-2134
TRIPLE DRESSER with mirror
Cherry $75 941-423-2683

ERERNTGELRATSASINMENT STAND
941-276-1504.
TV STAND Metal base with 3
glass shelves, exc. cond. $100,
OBO 941-916-0103
TWIN BED, ADJ. w/vibrator, two
sets of sheets. $490 or best
offer. (863)735-1226
TWO ADJUSTABLE bed frames
with casters $10 941-629-1130
VIDEO ROCKER Dark green,
Great for kids $7, OBO
941-626-0304
WALL UNIT 3 Piece wall unit/ ent
center. Dark Oak Wood. Excellent
Condition. $225. 941-429-0405


WALL UNITS (2), 6'Tx32"W
each. Glass shelves. Exc. cond.
$175/both. 941-276-2476
WINE RACK Shape of a fish.
Must see. $100, OBO
941-661-2476


2 C.B. base radios 40 channel &
1,40 with ssb. with D-104 mikes
$150.00 each 423-289-7151
321N. T.V. Sylvania. Works
great. $5. 941-429-4195
CB RADIOS & Linear Amp All 12
volt units W/Ant. $150
941-698-4157
CD RECORDERVinyl toBrd New
in box/Retro look, plays every-
thing $125,0BO (941)-681-2104
DIRECT TV receivers Pair of DTV
receivers with remotes and manu-
als $50 941-698-4157
DVD PLAYER Daewoo with
Remote E/C $25 941-698-9798
DVD/CD, SONY Player MP3
playback, plays burned dvds, ex

E6H RI1LOE40SS W/
941-460-8189

GPS,) ZOOMBAK NAdvanc5e0d Car-
239-220-6412 (Pt. Char.)
KENMORE SMOOTH Top Range
with self cleaning oven & storage
too. $250. 941-743-3858
METAL DETECTOR Whites-DFX
incl. headphones & 2 battery
packs. $450. 941-698-1927
NINTENDO WII BLACK NIB,
sealed, with wiimote, motion plus,
2 games $170 941-626-0304
PLAY STATION 2- 1 remote con-
trole 1 game $70 941-240-5847
TEL/FAX SHARP UX335L fax
machine $10 941-697-3754
VCR ZENITH E/C $25.
941-698-9798

TVISTEREO/RADIO
6040


1300 MHZ POLICE SCANNER
LIKE NEW $150, OBO
941-625-2809
COLOR TV 13" with remote, out-
put jacks on front for gaming,
$40 941-639-1113
DVD RECORDER Magnavox &
Sylvania works/parts?
$20. 941-475-7111
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HITACHI 46" HDTV Nice floor
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yrsold$325 941-626-0837
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER ,
Deluxe $60 941-681-1461
MOBILE AUTHORITY 1200w
Amp never used, 2 channel,
NICE $125 941-539-8410
PIONEER STEREO STILL IN BOX
NEVER BEEN USED CALL RONNIE
$100 941-488-3285
PROJECTION TV 52 inch Sound,
n0 OBas 1WI slubi i22003
R.C.A.26"COLOR TV Excellent
picture. $15. 941-473-4199
SONY HIFI System New
Radio/Cd, Ipod Base, Remote
$80, OBO 941-889-7619
SPEAKERS KLIPSCH $200
941-661-3298
STAND FOR TV, will hold up to
52" TV. $100 941-889-7505
SUBWOOFER INFINITY Servo
SSW-10 600w max $75
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T/V COLOR TV w/ remote
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9 months, has 3byr extended war-
ty r1an4s0 1-2H3v695d6
TV flat screen 15"poloroid
w/remote barely used w/box
$75. 941-356-0690
TV 13 IN. ZENITH EXCELLENT
COND. W/REMOTE PORT CHAR.
$25. 941-627-9736
TV 19" COLOR tv Phillips w/
remote, rarely used. $20, OBO
941-234-2681
TV 21 IN. TOSHIBA W/BUILT IN
DVD and VCR NEW COND.PORT
CH. $65 941-662-7973
TV SAMSUNG 27" with remote
E/C Sharp Picture $50.
941-698-9798


TV, Toshiba, 50" Console. The-
ater view. Works Great. First
$100 takes it. 941-716-3025
TV. 27 IN. ZENITH EXCELLENT
COND. W/REMOTE PORT CHAR.
$55. 941-627-9736


17" FLAT SCREEN Sony monitor,
$95. Ask for Joe, 941-9790665
CHAIR MAT 36x48 plush
matw/Iip, clean. $10.
941-475-7111
COMPAQ COMPUTER tower
only, cd/r cd/rw windows XP, $50
941-639-1113
COMPAQ PRESARIO F700 Lap-
top WIFI,100GB hd, 1GB ram,
Vista, NICE $275 941-539-8410
COMPAQ XP 19"LCD Screen
HP Printer $150 941-474-4279
COMPUTER DESK 2 MATCHING
COMPUTER DESKS AND FILE
CABINET. $45 941-697-5003
COMPUTER PRINTER Okidata
COLOR laser printer. Duplex print-


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DELL LAPTOP XP Word Quicken
2006 WiFi (internet for free) $145
941-764-0344
DELL LAPTOP, 40gb, 512
mbram MS Office, Wireless, war-
ranty $199 941-624-0581
Drums/XBOX, Rock Band Brd
New/in boxw/sticksstandspeds
$75 (941)-681-2104
ENVISION LCD monitor brand
new 17" in box $125, OBO
941-889-9089
INTEL D/T TOWER w/custom
case, 2.4CPU VERY NICE INTER-
NET Ready, $75 941-639-1113
MONITOR 21" huge for desktop
laptop pc, very clear $15, OBO
941-626-0304
MONITOR HDTV/PC HP32"
LT3200 3XHDMI VGAHD
720P/1080i Remote $160.
941-743-5152
MULTIMEDIA COMPUTER 2
spkr system & 450W subwoofer
cheap $22, OBO 941-697-8498
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PC DESK CABINET, ARMIORE
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WORK STATION Glass w/gray
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LOTHING/JEWE
ACCESSORIES
6065

BLAZER: Man's Black Leather
Blazer Size 2XLT (Tall) as new
$75 941-493-2641
CITRINE RING 1/2 CT EMER-
ALD CUT NEW Pt. Charlotte
$100, OBO 239-220-6412

CLsOmTHES --mi( r htonrito/ u ers
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COSTUME JEWELRY bag full,
earnings, necklaces, watches $10
941-475-7111
COWBOY BOOT leather fringed,
motorcycle 6-8 blkbrn $15
941-475-7111
DRESS, EVENING shoes, shawl
ack,9n-u6d9e8 st0r31ess. Size S.
GARMENT BAG can hold suits or
dr4elsse2s7for travel $20
GARMENT BAG can hold suits or
dresses for travel $20
941-227-0676
JACKET LADIES Black Leather
Jacket Size Large, as new $65
941-493-2641
JACKET MAN'S EXL Seminole
Indian Jacket & Ladies Seminole
Indian Jacket, Med, beautiful col-
ors both $75 941-493-2641

CACKtE shMe XsLE Co atL
New $100, OBO 941-681-2104
LADIES BLACK LEATHER JACK-
ET size 34-36, nice condition,
good quality $50 941-626-0837
LADIES LEATHER JACKET
PANTS, DRESS $50, OBO
941-698-1039
LADIES NEW CLOTHES
Dresses, Pants, Tops, Sweaters
$25, OBO 941-698-1039
LEATHER (SNAKESKIN) Jacket
Size M Custom made $45
941-698-1039
NEW PURSE 4 to choose from at
that price $15 941-423-2585


PERFUMES (2) babyphat, god-
dess. NEWER $20 ea. x 2 new!
sell 2 for $20. 941-356-0690
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ANTIQUES
COLLECTIBLES
6070

DRAGON STATUES M.Whalen
mini dragon dome set. $200
941-223-5339
CURRENCY 1923 4 Large Size
Silver Certificate Horse Blankets
All For $100 941-258-8952
UNCLE SAM'S 3COIN REGIS-
TER BANK 1940'S ANTIQUE TOY
$50 941-639-1517
MAKE-UP VANITY 1940's large
Round mirror all original, flawless
$450, OBO 941-204-2847
HOLLIE HOBBLE plate 1978
mothers day collectors plate.
$10. 941-237-8252
3 BOYD'S FOLKSTONE FIG-
URINES NEW, BOXED, RETIRED
EA $10 941-639-1517


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PRESTIGE SET 1996 w/ COA
a 1RA2 3 v 4 2m8 9 Ilar
ROYAL RUBY dishes 6 luncheon
plates, saucers, and 5 cups,
(square) $75 863-491-0367
FOREST GREEN dishes 6 lun-
cheon plates, cups and saucers
$65 863-491-0367
ELK DIXE Buffet 1920's not
Refinished. $175. OBO
941-204-2847

MUSICAL
6090


FENDER ULTRA Chorus Amp, 2
x 12" nice. $200, OBO 941-
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FLUTEGEMEINHARDT.M2 OR
trad for guiar, $10 .


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01RG94N1-CON90RAN FREE .
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w/benc $15.4174-68 o



TROMBONE, BACH, Strdivri-
$1,600.is 941-429-102
WASHeB yURN OSCA Schmitt
Acoustica Electri w/Stlnd/Cse
$300, OBOc 239-220-6412
YAMAH rEMX212ioS powered
x"er, likhae newe $20 91-66-














3-OWHER ELC WALER HAND
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WHEEL WHALKE Good Mdie t
dadszieCondition w/akthn bae,
NW$5941-629-7880


BABY ITEMS
6120


BABY ITEMS Girl flr gym, winni
str, 4 bgs clothes $85, OBO
941-380-2458
CHANGING TABLE maple
Includes pad and Winnie Pooh
Cover $15, OBO 941-474-5080
CRIB BRN Crib/Toddler bed
with drawers/mattress exc. cond
$100 941-474-5080


FIREARMS
6131


AK 47, 2 clips, ammo, $750.
Taurus new 380. 9mm, 40 cal. all
stainless, 2 clips & ammo, $650
each. Call 941-380-2902.
REM. MDL. 700 as /new / 270
cal.w/scope,$650.Marlin30/30
w/scope mts. $300. 941-3238256
REM722 EXC.COLLECTION.
222 cal $500 Rem 788 7mm-08
9 -%1ManO506thers
S&W MODEL 6906,
9mm stainless w/3 clips, $400.
(941)-575-0433
Savage 440 12 gauge $375
Remington 870 w/scope mag
ext & case $345. Plcs at
homemattelrs9h4elpbcom/ s.php

WALTHER P22 sliver slide and
carbon fiber look bottom excellent
cond. 2 mags and original case.
$350 call 941-276-6458
Wildey Pistol 475 magnum new
in the box, with reloading die set
$1500. 941-575-0433

BICYCLES/
TRICYCLES
6135


16" BOYS magna bmx bike
real cool. $25. 941-548-1220
3 WHEEL Bike Mongoose $150
941-661-3298
BICYCLE 26' Men's folding bike,
new, $150 941-391-4707
BICYCLE HELMETS (2) Bell
icyc Ohel ts6i ik w condi-

BICYCLE RALEIGH Man's Brown
& White $15. 941-624-5219
BICYCLE, SCHWINN
Ladies Collegiate Bicycle
White. $35. 941-624-5219
BICYCLES his / hers 15
speed, Glacierpoint, brand new
$65., OBO 941-475-3695
BIKE 3-WHEEL BIG BASK.&
SEATNICE $160 941-876-4143
BIKE ACCES seatpeddals,
shorts sm/med $5.
941-475-7111
BIKE PARTS TIRES/RIMS/ETC
$20, OBO 941-625-2809
BIKES HIS & Hers 26" with bas-
ket $125. 941-626-3102
LADIES ROVER Titan 26" lite wt
like new made in Pa. $110 '
941-258-0890
MENS 10 speed Schwinn 24"
used little looks new $95
941-258-0890
MENS BIKE 28 in 10 speed
large seat $60 941-227-0676
ROADMASTER MdOUNTAI bdke
OBO 941-889-9089
SCHWINN 26" fold up/mens
21 spd. $150. 941-743-0582
TREK 930 26"Trek Singletrack
W/F&R lights/Fuji seat vgc $150,
OBO 941-623-6033
TRICYCLE DESOTO Deluxe
Adult $125. 941-624-5219

TOYS
6138


PLAY KITCHEN Little Tykes, w/
some food, good cond., MUST
SEE!!! $50 941-585-9123
ROCKING HORSE, PLUSH TOD-
DLERS. Good condition. Makes
horse noises.$35. 941-423-2585

SdTU FED ANIIVELS 30+ as r -
great cond. $20. 941-628-6371

PHOTOGRAPHY/
VIDEO
6140

CAMERA, CANON. 35MM EOS
Elan, like new, v good working-
condition. $85 941-505-6290
CHILDREN'S DVDS assorted
titles,1ike new $5 941-493-6860
DIGITAL CAMERA ricoh RDC-2E
complete w/case&cables $50
941-697-3754
TRIPOD VIDEO&PHOTO, new in
original box. Call 9-5 only $35
941-575-1393

POOL/SPAl
& SUPPLIES
6145

**SPAS & MORE**
2260 TAMIAMI TRAIL P.C.
Fort Myers Facto Prices.
TRADE INT
BUY USED SPAS
Move Spas, We have over
30 in stock
941-625-6600
HOT TUB SWIM SPAS


FACTORY CLOSE OUT!
Vita Spas 2 Person $1295
4 Person $1495, Swim Spa
Loaded $8995. Over 50 to
choose from Can deliver.
941-465-2113
HOT TUB, 5 PERSON new cond.
Romantic changing lights, $990.
352-728-1802, Pt. Char.
SOLAR COVER Real Alu-
minumCastersCrank,13.5ft/widt
h $110, OBO 941-624-6324


BUILDING
SUPPLIES
6170

DOOR, SOLID wood 4 panel
door, 36", painted white. $110
941-626-3102
GATE FOR CHAIN LINKED FENCE
H 6'X3'8 W $25, OBO
941-457-5050
GRANITE COUNTERTOP
1-27" x12,2-24"x11 both $15
941-626-0304

Hs RI x EpPnAeNsE x1827 ver
hardware $400. 941-661-6905
JOIST HANGERSSimpson. 2x6,
and 2x8 each .50 2x10 $0.75
239-464-3945
KITCHEN CABINET ALL WOOOD
CABINET 5'(60")New never used
$220 941-629-4444
KITCHEN CABINET ALL WOOOD
CABINET 5'(60")New never used
$220 941-629-4444
KITCHEN SINK stainless steel
double bowl extra deep under
counter $299 941-626-3102
KITCHEN SINK stainless steel
u r b319 e la-6dT3p10under

POtRC1E81.A TH.E5 baqgua
thinset. $300 214-906-1585
SLIDING DOORS 3 sets, new,
Jeld-Wen Bronze Sliding doors
72x80. with framing. No screens.
$175/ea set. 941-475-4536
STEEL STORM panels 15"W
36070 1-2286813 10@68",1@67"
,,
401N-475CR3E6WS, BLUE,6
TOLIETS 2 white one piece 1.6
315std hd4 5Mint Cond.
WINDOW: ANDERSON Comp.
made. Still in box White vinyl dou-
ble pane. $79. 941-629-4444
WINDOWS, 17X34 TEMPERED
GLASS whiteframe fixed windows
$50.00 each 941-697-3754
TOOLS/ MACHINERY
6190


CABLE WIRE wiringhouse/appl
800+ft $15 941-475-7111
CARPET TOOLS SEAM
IRON/POWER STRETCHER/KNEE
KlCKER $250. 941-286-9001
CEMENT MIXER electric wheel-
barrow type works well $125
941-681-2166
CRAFTSMAN 6" Planer with
stand. extra blades $40
941-286-1910
E-.ECTdRICbrSE CbE PO teToeat8h-
anchor rod. $100. 941-624-0561
GENERATOR 4000 watt com-
pact size call after 5pm $300,
OBO 941-876-0154
GENERATOR 5250 Watt Never
used. PowerBack 5250W. Call
Bob. $400 941-244-0584
GENERATOR 6,250 never used
120/240v call for info.
$425, OBO. 941-637-4613
GENERATOR BRAND New Brig-
s Straton 5500 Runninnig Watt
495 941-347-8310
GENERATOR NEW 6250watt 10
hp $425, OBO 941-426-9275
GENERATOR:CHAMPION 3500
watts. 3 hrs on mtr. needs jet
cleaned $150. 941-766-1613

5N8 STWTtAsLDolmGrENGEERAT409R
941-889-7619
LADDER: 20FT Extension Type
II, Commercial Use, 2251b Capac-
ity. Call Bob. $65 941-244-0584
RIGHT ANGLE Drill Milwaukee
New condition $200
941-66 5H408PO Saw 12" Carbon

Blade $100 941-485-0681
RYOBI 18 VOLT, 2 batteries, 2
'andh7illP$ 5recidp Msaaw
Other tools. 941-639-5537
SNAP ON Tools 175 pieces,
Rachets, breaker bar, sockets,
Wrenches & mis. best offer over
$350 941-639-5537
TABLE SAW Makita 10". Model
2708. Works well. Needs a blade
$75 941-255-9292
TOOL BOX black heavy rubber
36wide 21high 20deep $35
941-759-0013
TOOL BOX, CRAFTSMAN NEW
PREMIUM OTHER AVIL COST
400. SELL $210. 941-268-9029
TOOLBOX/ plastic / for truck
large to small trucks. $45
941-626-3102
TRANSIT WILD-T-1;6-SEC.
$499, OBO. 941-764-9100

OFFICE/BUSINESS
EQUIP./SUPLIES
6220

DESK U-SHAPE computer work-
station 96x66x65 Formica. Exc
condition. $200. 941-766-1613
GBC PAPER Shredder Protect


pvcy-confetti cut, reverse &

Pre-oe C ne ToFfi eEur iture.
Venice 941-485-7015



SNACK/SODA VENDING
snack/soda vending placed.
$495.00. 954-662-3003


OFFICE/BUSINESS
EQUIP./SUPLIES
6220

TABLE, CONFERENCE RECTAN-
GULAR 6X3 DARK CHERRY, NICE
NEWER $299. 941-445-8046

RESTAURANT
SUPPLIES
6225

COMMEROCBIAL9411C2E9R9G9e5ner-

DINNER PLATES White plates,
Two styles. 100ct. $75
941-624-0593
ONEIDA FLATWARE Forks and
knives, 90 ea. $100
941-624-0593
ROASTER OVEN 5 Large 18qt.
size. $15 941-624-0593
TABLE SKIRTING White skirts
3 ct. $35 941-624-0593

BIRDS
6231


BIRDS, Double Yellow Head,
Talkative, 5 1/2 yrs old. $TOr0
Call for details (941)-429-4422
CATS
6232


Ntot Ct t all dS sutaend t Id
in Florida must be at least eight
weeks old, have an official health
certificate and proper shots, and
be free of intestinal and external
parasites.
CATS from Fisherman's Village,
Desperately needed foster
homes for cats and kittens (food
Incl.941-628-9001
FREE KITTENS
12 weeks old, female, med. long
hair, litter trained, people friendly.
Call 941-626-0922.
KITTENS: Rag Doll kittens 9
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NEEDS A SECOND CHANCE.
3yr old Front declawed
female calico. Very loving lap
cat found as stray, shelter
won't take. (941)-628-3086
DOGS
6233


NOTICE: Statute 585.195
states that all dogs and cats sold
eFlkorida mhuasvtebaen a)t I dth a thht
certificate and proper shots, and
be free of intestinal and external
parasites.
AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD pups
AKC, all shots, Red Merle $600 &
Tris $500. (941)-255-0897
CHIHUAHAS CUTE...2 APPLE-
HEAD Black w/Tan 1 male 1 female
$350 Call Nancy @ 3800087
CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, 4 males,
cute, playful, assorted colors,
w meldd, h400ts & health cert., 8
941-276-0709 Call anytime
FREE Male white Boxer & medi-
provbendh merni d(94T2a
8026
Morkests, c nalt ceratt-
kennels Call 239-265-7191


most loving Tur Daoles you will
ever have. I have 2 litters,
CC a sA bh Ikh cwr e
1st shots. To claim your baby
call (941}4719876 or 525-7031
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BABY ITEMS
6120


DOUBLE STROLLER Duoglid-
erseats recline, great cond.,
MUST SEE!! $65 941-585-9123
DOUBLE STROLLER used in
Good shape $35. OBO
941-625-2809
HIGH CHAIR Fisher Price
Adjustable height/Tray Exc Cond
$20 941-474-5080
GOLF ACCESSORIES
6125


CALLAWAY FT IRONS 3-sw
graphite reg.flex ex.cond $299
941-575-2675
FAIRWAY WOODS $25, OBO
941-876-3149
GOLF BAG $30, OBO
941-876-3149
GOLF CADDY $35, OBO
941-876-3149
GOLF CART 2003, Easy go Golf
Cart, Trojan Batteries, Tires like
New, $1,600 941-979-2940
GOLF CLUBS 16 olderassrt.,+
2 bags $10. 941-234-2681
GOLF CLUBS LH WI SEN GRAP1-
3-5 WDS, 3PW PLUS PUTTER
NEW GRIPS $150 941-661-6905
GOLF CLUBS Men's clubs, like
New, with bag $75
941-624-4617

EXERCISE/
FITNESS
6128


BOONWFTLIEOXN!UL3TIMAOTBEOIN GREAT
0,
941-685-3814
CARDIOFIT-EXERCISER
Made by Lifestyler $50, OBO
941-661-8117
EXERCISE BICYCLE Stamina
880 Air Resistance $30.
941-624-5219
MALIBU PLATES Chair with 3
DV s (a s0hown9 -TV8) k3edew.

TREADMILL /4 Speed Profiles
4 Training Zones $100
941-235-3810
TREADMILL Proform 490GS,
power incline, mint cond. $250.
941-639-9034
WELDER 200 LIGHT TO MEDIUM
EXERCISE. NEW, $150., OBO
941-629-6850
WEIGHT BENCH Wider Pro
$75, OBO 941-426-9275
YOGA ACCESS. mat, ball'
he ood $5. 941-475-7111

SPORTING GOODS
6130


2 PAINT Ball Guns Triton II
Helmets, Tanks, paintballs
$80 941-474-5080
AIR HOCKEY Table Sport Craft
turbo Hockey with scoring, works
good $295 941-416-5599
ANCHOR ROPE 450'1/2" New
England 3 strand $225 941-475-
3695
ASCENDERS PETZL set $50
941-473-2424
BACKBOARD & RIM, Huffy
ort ,30Ne 44ney used7, paid

BILLIARD TABLE Black/teal all
accessories + light can email
pics. $995 941-743-3858
BINOCULARS SEVERAL
TO CHOOSE FROM. $10.
941-473-4199

SOA1N4C4 9COM7P6-5M2E5DIUM

TCaAbReD ETABLCE nd0 P2e5r PokBe0
941-441-8380
CLAY PIGEONS case of white
flyers. $5 941-234-2681
COLEMAN TENT Coleman
(cabin)tent used 1 time like new
13'x9' $100 941-204-5570
FISHING EQUIPMENT shimano
rod/reel, combo/more.
$295, OBO. 941-475-3695
GOLF CLUBS LH CALLAWAY 3-5
5000D9S41R-6E6G1-6G9ROA5PHITE SHAFT

GOLFORCLSUHBS SLH 3WP GNREAW
GRIPS $100 941-661-6905
JEEP WRANGLER Fishing Rod
Rack. New Never Used.
$75, OBO 941-661-1622
POOL TABLE 45x80, exc. cond
$50. 941-492-9051 -
POOL TABLE Mizerak bar size
pool table with ball return. $225,
OBO 941-625-0803
POOL TABLE Mizerak, bar size
pool table, with ball return. $225,
OBO 941-625-0803
PORTABLE BASKETBALL Hoop
Used 2 weeks, Venice. $100,
OBO 814-330-1324


TAMPA BAY bucs Irg indoor out-
door lited sign collector series
NIB $18 941-697-8498
TENNIS RACKETS 2 wilson & 1
head w/slip grips zipper cases all
$29 941-697-8498
TREE CLIMBER HUNTING
stand use for bow/rifle like new
$125 941-629-6374
ZEIST CONQUEST binoculars
10x30BT new 700 in case like
new $385 941-629-6374


LAWN & GARDEN
6160


42" RIDER MOWER & self prop
mower, Weedeater, blower, chain
saw, & trailer. $1650/all 941-
626-3102
CRAFTSMAN 18HP,42" deck,
nice. $400. 941-416-1109
FERTILIZER SPEAKER, NEW
PULL BEHIND TRACTOR PAID 90.
SELL $50 941-268-9029
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gett orehes nwihenagoeu
GARDEN ACCENTS statues,
ornaments, bathes $2
941-475-7111
GARDEN BRIDGE Garden Bridge
solid redwood with 4 concrete
piers. $100 941-625-2258
GAS TRIMMER Poulan Pro used
3 times $100. 941-240-5983
GRILL 2 Chamber Charcoal Grill,
Good Condition, Need to move
ASAP! $50. 305-897-5274
HEDGE TRIMERS electric dual
action blades 24 blades new in
box $65 941-626-3102

5AW9N41-F6E2E8D6E3R71and spreader
LAWN MOWER 20" MTD
Push molweb3.056 $50

oWeNIedMiO oRd shSanpae 5self
941-639-8161
LAWN MOWER Toro, rear bag-
ger, good motor $30
941-627-6896
LAWNMOWER, USED. Parts for
most brands! $1 and up.
$1, OBO. 941-416-1109
MOWER SELF/PROPELLED key
start, new battery, runs great.
$225. 941-626-3102
MOWER TOP-RATED Black &
Decker MM875 electric
w/manual. $70 214-906-1585
MOWER, HONDA self propelled
2 spd $150. 941-268-2271
MOWER, SELF-PROPELLED
lawn mower nice $185
941-626-3102
MOWER; 42" WALKER 20HP,
grBaeded go con 4m6u4c6hing
MOWERS (2) 1 self-propelled
$75. Other 1 $50. Nice!
941-416-1109
POTTING SOIL, Years of organi-
2ria prao ingdrThn darar tn
ting soil. Bagged to go. 13 cents
per Ib. Gene 941-629-3419

PUSH$1R2EELs wnormo5wer UN
once. $50 941-637-8479
RIDER MOWER 42 inch cut auto-
matic $495 941-626-3102
RIDERn IMOWER d.4$41n5ch cut.
94t626-3102goo
RIDING LAWN Mower Walker
42" cut w / bagger 16 hp rebuilt
motor. $950. 941-639-8161
RIDING MOWER, CRAFTSMAN
42" deck 12.5 hp ic., runs good

R250. 941-505- H3PO Briggs &
Stratton Motor $250
941-661-3298
ROTORTILLER 5HP, $200
(941)-979-9127
TIKI BARS w/ granite built-in or
movable, your design or mine. $1
941-637-5750
TRACTOR LIFT MAKE WORKING
ON YOUR RIDER EASY PD 200.
SELL $150 941-268-9029
WEED EATER battery operated
weed eater, battery power. $65.
941-626-3102

STORAGE SHEDS/
BUILDINGS
6165

SHED -BUILDING very nice
$495 -up 941-626-3102

SH1ED979GR7EdT1 shape $50

BUILDING
SUPPLIES
6170

36" DOOR, solid core you can
cut to size if needed. $75.
941-626-3102


CERAMIC TILE 8x10 off white
satin w/hint of tan streaks 600
sq.ft.each $495 941-626-3102
CONCRETE ROOF tiles 74 flat
tiles and 10 ridge tiles. White.
$30 214-906-1585
COUNTER TOP like new grey
Formica with back splash $240
941-629-4444
DOOR KNOB set 5 brass
SCHLAGE Bed/bath 3 dead bolts.
$120. 941-626-3102


'""-'-'.x, ...um... me, n vum
puppies, champion bloodlines,
iril tteonly.3 ly T apSper 2
homes. 941-893-7479









2002 DODGE VIPER
RED. $39,988
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$12,398 Stk: 1000P
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1992 FORD F-350 ,4WD,5 spd,
Diesel, dually, flat Bed. New Tires
A/C. $ 4000. 941-423-7471

1090 00FOP6 II.50utoTr u
AM/FM cassette/CD player, All
season tires, black, auto, a/c,
pwr brakes, Tool Box Included,
$1,200 941-493-7224


291775q4R1D E4SC1CO2RToD r.cond.
1998 FORD TAURUS auto-ac-
pw-looks good-everything works,
$1,800, OBO 941-474-9821
1999 FORD MUSTANG 8 cyl'
5 Oml/oNboon ok6e 7G603o9d1cond.

n SWOCROD aUck NG192 '
$17,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2003 FORD MUSTANG GT Con-
vertiidbl 345 8-40045mi. $11,500
2003 FORD MUSTANG GT,
Hunter Green, 54k mi., very gd
cond. $7,700. 941-235-3527
2006 FORD MUSTANG 2DR'
MT, BLUE. 51,245 MI. $13,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2007 FORD FIVE HUNDRED 4
DR Sedan, 14,635 mi, 6 cyl.,
AWD, automatic, 5 seat, AM/FM
cassette/CD player, All season
tires, white, auto, a/c, alarm, pwr
brakes, pwr locks, pwr seats, pwr
steering, pwr win, cruise, key-
less, air bag, ABS, sat radio, tilt,
tinted glass, rear defogger,
$19,950 941-544-0122
2008 FORD FOCUS 4 door
sedan, red, 24,020 mi. $9950.
877-219-9139 DLR
2009 FORD FOCUS
$12,598 Stk: 10240C
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$200. Microwave, exc. cond.
$100. Refrigerator, good cond.
$100. 941-441-6222
STOVE, REF., microwave, heavy
duty washer & dryer. power
chair, $2200/all. 954-599-5833
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MERCURY
7100


2006 MERCURY MOUNTAINEER
$15,998 Stk: 6911PA
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2008 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS. 30K MI. $15,990
877-211-8054 DLR


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941-766-0226
WASHER & DRYER large cap
whirlpool, white very good condi-
tion, $175. 941-628-8570
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tings. $475. 941-743-3858
WASHER/DRYER WHITE, about
3 years old, LIKE NEW. $350.
941-286-9001
WASHING MACHINE and dish-
washer $150.00 each OBO
941-889-9089

MISCELLANEOUS
6260


5' ALUMINUM Ladder.$18.
941-743-0582
6' ALUMINUM Ladder. $25
941-743-0582
ANTIQUE WATER PUMP red,
clean, and ready to use. $75.
941-474-828
BIRD CAGE MEDIUM SIZE, WITH-
STAND $20, OBO
941-625-2809
BOOKS 1,000 left (Assorted)
$300 941-681-1461
BOOKS COOKINGGARDEN-
ING and mystery $5, OBO
941-493-6860
BRAUN REPLACEMENT Foil
and cutter for 7000 series shaver
sealed $20, OBO 941-626-0304
CARD KEEPER, New Hallmark
Cream color embossed, tag
attached. $5 941-764-7957
CARD TABLE with 2 swivel
Leather chairs gray $10
941-473-9214
CB ANTENNAS new k-40 cb
antennas in boxes(10) must sell
all new $25 941-629-0450
COMPUTER B IG anOy Id, or
941-639-1113
CRAFTSMAN GARAGE door
opener, will do trades $100, OBO
941-548-1220
ENT CENTER $125; Spalding
golf set $45; BBQ Grill $30; Hand
Lawn/gdn tools $2/ea; 27" TV w/
stand $35. 941-426-6966
FINISHED OAK cutoff boards
3/4x6 & no more than 2'long $40
941-286-1910
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oak 1/2 facecord free delivery.
$115. 941-526-7589
FOOT BATH plus Hands Spa by
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941-626-6752
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Grundens Jacket & Trousers
Heavy Duty $115. 978-771-3608
HAND CRAFTED candle flowers
5 each, 40 doz. She will love
them! $40 941-451-9754
HANGERS wood suit hangers.
Box of 40, new. $20.
941-227-0676
LOAD LOCKS will reach to 102"
mo1std Od43ce $30 locks $12
LUGGAGE 8 pcs garment check-
ins etc hi qual used 2X cost $350
+ a steal @ $68 941-697-8498
PATIO BOAT pontoons & deck
Il-d50 tr1a2d3. Call $499, OBO
PLAYBOY MAGAZINES, Nine
Playboy magazines yrs. 2000-
2002 $18 941-764-7957
PROPANE TANK 5 GALLON
NEW TYPE VALVE $10 '
941-876-4143
SLIDING VINYL Enclosure Doors
57" x. 82" each. Incl all hard-
ware. $50 941-460-1547
SLOT MACHINE, casino
t47p2e9/coins $150. 941-492-
TELEPHONE. Unusual golf bag
and club style. NOT A REAL BAG!!
$30. 941-423-2585
TELESCOPE CELESTRON New
in Box w/Tripod $325
941-460-8189
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Exc Condition $150
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2003 PONTIAC Grand Am 6-
cyl 2 dr, a/c, new brakes,
130,000 mi. $4500 626-2676.


2006 PONTIAC SOLSTICE 2 dr






AUTO TECH OF VENICE
Father & Daughter Owned &
Sople ate~d snc 1B s
S. Venice 941-445-3943
2001 SATURN COUPE
Power, moon roof, auto,
72k mi $4,900.
Ask for Nealey




















25010K7MATUR8N 5N
877-211-8054 DLR


HONDA
7160


2007 HONDA ACCORD CPE
$13,298 Stock #: 10314A
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2007 HONDA ACCORD Sedan,
4-dr. SE AT royal blue 7541 mi.,
$17,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr 2.0 SI
6spd man, black, 46,739 mi.
$17,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr coupe,
EX, manual, black, 45,039 mi.
$14,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
EX, auto, blue, 23,537 mi.
$15,999. 800-587-9416 DLR

2007al-K)NDAaCIVIC54 dr seda ,
$13,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA CIVIC 4 dr sedan,
LX, auto, gray 59,776 mi.
$12,999. 877-219-9139 DLR

2d0r7X-HO6Nt 3A8CCOR2DO,9S5DN
877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ACCORD SDN
4dr, LX 14 A 19,976 mi. $18,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ACCORD SDN
4DR, V6, EXL, white. 28,107 mi.
$19,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA CIVIC 2 dr coupe,
6L,99a 7 v1e -943 2 R mi.

08 EHXOANTD IviT..EMEN1T1, r
mi. $17,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA F[T 5 dr hatchback,
Sport, Auto, Blue, 38,315 mi.
$13,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA FIT 5DR, HB, MT.
22,359 mi., Blue. $11,950.
877-219-9139 DLR
2009 HONDA ACCORD SDN.
LX, 4-dr 14 EX-L, 10,290 mi.,
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2009 HONDA ACCORD Sedan,
4DR, V6, AT, EXL, 19,725. mi.
$23,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA ACCORD
CROSSTOU 5dr 2WD EX-L
$30,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA ACCORD SDN
4DR, V6, EXL, white. 4806 mi.
$27,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA ACCORD SDN
4-dr 14 EX-L, Silver. 4952 mi
$21 950 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA FIT 4DR, HB, L4
AT, Malsbury purle 96K mi
$16,995. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA INSIGHT 5 dr
CVT LX PZEV RED, 1,121 mi.
$16,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
HYUNDAI
7163


2003 HYUNDAI SONATA GLS,
63K, Moon Roof, V-6. $6,950
941-833-2200 DLR
2004 HYUNDAI SONATA LX V6,
white pearl. 62,951 mi., $10,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HYUNDAI SONATA GL,
blue, 66,341 mi. $11,999
877-219-9139 DLR

028WDHYUNDAI SP10R9T9A9GE 4
877-219-9139 DLR
2009 HYUNDAI ACCENT 3DR
HB AT GS Red. 10,561 mi
$11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2009 HYUNDAI SANTA FE
WHITE. $19,988
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WHITE. $14,988
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INFINITE
7165



/3808948-d sedan,
877-219-9139 DLR
2004 INFINITI 1-35 4-dr sedan,
platnium. 74,957 mi., $11,999.
877-219-9139 DLR
2007 INFINITI M35 33,850
miles, Silver/Black, New tires
N Ext E Cond
gay,500 -268x1e7c93

JAGUAR
7175


2002 JAGUAR XK8
GOLD. $19,988


2007 JAGUAR X-TYPE
BLUE. $21,988


2009 JAGUAR XF
BLUE. $43,988


2010 JAGUAR XF
SILVER. $47,988


KIA
7177


2007 KIA SORENTO
$14,998 Stock #: 10367A
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1995 JEEP CHEROKEE, 2 dr.
Auto, AC, 4WD, runs good'
$1,888. Pro Power Auto Sales
941-627-8822
2002 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
$9,998 Stock #: 7002PA
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2006 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
44k miles, Extended Fac
Warranty AII Available
Options, Exec Cond.
$15,900. 941-661-3670
2006 JEEP LIBERTY 4 dr,
Sport, 3.7 L, silver, 56,372 mi.
$11,950 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 JEEP WRANGLER
UNLIMITED. MUST SEE.
$29,990. 877-211-8054 DLR
LINCOLN
7090


1994 LINCOLN Continental-
only $2395-(new tires,
shocksair pumpcompressor,
rad.fanserpentine/tension belt
headliner, brakes, fuel-trans.fil-
t4erc 13t, new battery. Call 941-
2001 LINCOLN TOWN CAR
Cartier, 59k, Sr. owner,
Garaged, Ex cond. Asking
$6800. 941-833-0337

2003BL GCOLN10TO9WN CAR


MERCURY
7100


2001 MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUISGS Silver 66k miles exc.
cond.a must see. $4900.
**SOLD**
2003 IVERCURY GRAM) MARQUIS
$8,468 Stk: 10399A
Cal9Har2bor NOisnnDToday
2005 MERCURY GRAND MAR-
QUIS, 4DR Sedan, GS 64,410 mi.,
$11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 MERCURY GRAND
MARQUIS SILVER. $14,988
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2008 AUDI S4 CABRIOLET
11K MI., $43,990
877-211-8054 DLR
E
7148


2003 BMW 7 SERIES, 745 LI
BLACK, 96,004 MI $18,999
877-219-9139 DLR
2007 BMW 6501 CONVT
$43,990
877-211-8054 DLR

HONDA
7160


2000 HONDA ACCORD 4-DR EX
auto, gold, 76,809 mi., $6950.
877-219-9139 DLR
2003 HONDA ACCORD SDN
4DR LX AT, SILVER. 89,600 MI.
$9999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2003 HONDA ACCORD SDN
9 9.AT,87S P9-9 3914D7LRMI.,

$2090938HONoDcAkE# 1MO 2A
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2004 HONDA CIVIC White
tko .ia 7 r ,
No accidents 941-961-7349
2005 HONDA ACCORD CPE
2dr, EX AT, Silver. 80,718 mi.,
$12,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2005 HONDA ACCORD, 4-DR,
SDN, LX, AT, grey. 68,979 mi.,
$12,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 HONDA ACCORD SDN,
4DR SDN VP AT Silver. 80,140
mi.,$10,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ACCORD 2 dr
Coupe LX, auto, white, 30,218
Mi. $16,999 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 door
Sedan, EX-L auto, Gold, 35,758 mi.
$18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 door
Sedan, EX-V6 auto, Bronze, 42,375
mi. $18,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ACCORD 4 door
Sedan, SE, auto, It. blue. 41,680 mi.
$16,999. 877-219-9139 DLR


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BUICK
7020


gg g
1990 BUICK RIVIERA AUTO,
cold air, New tires. very clean.
$1950. 941-468-1489
1997 BUICK CENTURY 4DR
Sedan, limited, red. 73,282 mi.
$4988. 877-219-9139 DLR
1997 BUICK LESABRE 4DR
Sedan, limited, white 85,933 mi.
$4988. 877-219-9139 DLR

ndBU KsC Se oLdo ee
$18,000 941-423-7571
2008 BUICK LUCERNE
23K MI., $21,990
877-211-8054 DLR

CADILLAC
7030


1996 CADILLAC SEVILLE, 4dr
d9a5ndS ,7-b2rlonz9ei3890D4L5R9 mi.
1999 CADILLAC ELDORADO,
Pearl White, Light Gray. Exc.cond
M. $4,900 941-485-6546
2001 CADILLAC CAMERA, 4-DR,
SDN, SILVER, 22,052 MI., $8999..
877-219-9139 DLR
2001 CADILLAC CTS
900 MILES, RED $44,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2005 CADILLAC STS
24K MILES, $19,990
877-211-8054 DLR
2009 CADILLAC CTS
14K MI., $33,990
877-211-8054 DLR

CHEVY
7040







1995 CHEVROLET CAMARO,
convertible. 80K mi., 6 cyl., auto.
slick! $5,000. 941-661-8949
EQQ
1998 CHEVROLET LUMINA
Well maintained, White exterior
5bnte r.9 -k48 230wner

C109U99EC4H7EVM TT9EO
$29,990 877-211-8054 DLR
1999 ClHaEtVROI..ET BLn wire
71K, $4,950. 941-496-9199
2003 CHEVROLET IMPALA

94 100 min51500m ti d,
941-623-9243
2004 CHEVROLET CAVALIER
LS 79K MI, 1 owner, new bat-
tery, $5000/obo 941-223-0869
2004 CHEVROLET MALIBU
74K, PW, PL, Tilt, Cruise, Clean!
$6,950. 941-833-2200 DLR
2005 CHEVROLET MAI..IBU 4DR
SDN, LS, white. 107,310 mi.,
$3988. 877-219-9139 DLR
AUTO TECH OF VENICE
Father & Daughter Owned &
operated since 1990.
301 US HWY 41 Bypass
S. Venice 941-445-3943
2008 CHEW HHR 35k
miles LAosakdeodr NOn $9,900.

2009 CHEVROLET HHR,
LS, all power, Gray, Bal Fact
Warr $11,995. Pro Power Auto
Sales 941-627-8822
2010 CHEVROLET HHR LS,
Silver, Bal. fact. warranty. 21K
mi. $12,995 Pro Power Auto
Sales. 941-627-8822
2010 CHEW CAMARO
6K MILES. $33,990
877-211-8054 DLR

CHRYSLER
7050


1999 CHRYSLER SEBRING
9R8C8on8v JdlSdl e1r 80 3R78 mi.

20DOR2 C YSLER PT93CRESEI ,
$5988. 877-219-9139 DLR '
2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING
CONVT 48K MI., $7,995
877-211-8054 DLR
2005 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
CVT BLUE. $10,988


2008 CHRYSLER 300
$12,998 Stk: 6900P
Call Harbor Nissan Today
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DODGE
7060


2002 DODGE INTREPID S,4


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FORD 7130
7070


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LEXUS







2004 LEXUS RX 330
BLUE. $18,988


2007 LEXUS ES350
CERTIFIED. $23,990
877-211-8054 DLR







199MAZDA M- IT


45K98 MI.,k# $990 2

Call Hrbo Nssa~nDToday
2000 MAZDA MIATA
BLACK. $10,988
















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2002 M SAZD MX5 MAT,2-
m i., 1299. 87-159-93 DR
200 jlC3 MZA6,4i.,SN SA,


TOYOTA
7210


2008 TOYOTA CAMRY



2008 TOYOTA XD, 5DR, SDN
AT77 -9123194D1L4R mi. $11,999
2009 TOYOTA MATRIX 5DR
Wgn. FWD AT, orange. 33,450 mi.
$15,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2009 TOYOTA XB 5DR WGN
999.Sl8L R219- 369 LR mi.

AUTO TECHhOFrVENICE

3 e aSteHd n lB ss
s. Venice 941-445-3943
2010 TOYOTA CAMRY,
Loaded, only 3k mi, $15,900
Ask for Nealey

VOLKSWAGEN
7220


2001 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA 4-
DR SDN GLS 2.0 AT, Silver. 97,846
mi. $4988.. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 VOLKSWAGEN JETTA
SEDAN $8,398 #: 10352A
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2007 VOLKSWAGEN GTI 2 dr
HB 2.0 auto, black, 48,494 mi,
$16,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE
COUPE $11,995 #: 6884P
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2008 VW JETTA
GREY $17,988



VOLVO
7230


2000 VOLVO S70, A SR, 4-DR
da2ndre ,99D9L8RO6 mi., $4950.
2008 VOLVO XC70
WHITE. $23,988



MISC. IMPORTS
7240


2002 PORSCHE 911
SILVER. $32,988
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2008 SMART FOR TWO
BLUE. $11,988



ANTIQUES/
COLLECTIBLES
7250



1 B7 FlaFtOeRaDd, ForLdoaded
needs metal work & front end.
$5,000. 941-505-0750
1956 FORD P/U Short bed
Project. 302V8, auto, 9" rear
$2500 Will finish to your spec.
Call for details 941-468-8275


NISSAN






2004 NISSAN VRALIA
$60,598 Stock #: 69438B



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2009 NISSAN CUBE4- S
mati, 5sea, A/FMCasetr,wg
CVT Bleao 938sse mi. t $13950.
877219913 DLR, pw rks









2006 TM OA Cony.,
Red od. Auto Loadnaied.Asng
$8,70.Exc mileagS. wed 19008.
Cal forapt. 941-426-9501

7208 TYT AR

$142909087 ZokU 9795PA
Call Hror7N ssa~nDToday






206TOYOTA ALO T
87 21-05 D


203 TOYOTA CAMY LE R

208 -OOT X9L41 261300 m

1994 TOYOTA CAMRY
17950 m, 4cl. WDut-
s50 rtes-05 aD ssre


VANS
7290


2000 HONDA ODYSSEY LX
94K, Xtra cln, loaded.Needs noth-

i 0$6,8C9H5R941-979-9 arDLR
Loaded. 100K. Runs New. Steal It
$5,495. 941-979-9331 DLR

na 1N7TnCh MOm.TGTo tiEe
cold air $2500. 941-2586161
2005 FORD FREESTAR, 48K,
Dual A/C, PW. PL. Tilt, Cruise,
$8,950. 941-833-2200 DLR
2005 HONDA ODYSSEY 5DR,
Tour, NV/RS, AT, silver. 73,916
mi., $16,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2006 CHRYSLER PACIFICA



2006 FORD E-150, 39K, V-8
Wht, Roof Rck. Bins More!
$12,995. 941-979-9331 DLR
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY
37K MI., $23,990

2007 8H70N2D1A 800D SDLERY 5 dr
EX-L, auto, Desert Rock, 45,994
mi. $19,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr
LX, AT, Silver. $43,372. $18,999
877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr
Tour, AT, NV/RS, Black, 47,582
mi. $24,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA ODYSSEY 5 dr
EX-L, auto, gray, 10,865 mi.
$27,999. 800-587-9416 DLR
2009 HONDA ODYSSEY 4dr,
wgn, ex-L AT, green, 22,994 mi.
$29,999.. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA ODYSSEY 4 DR
WGN., TOUR, NAV., SLATE. 9016
MI. $37,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2010 HONDA ODYSSEY 4 dr,
ex-L, Navi., Bali blue prl., 6497
mi. $34,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2011 TOYOTA SIENNA, 5DR,
XLE FWD 8P V6, white. 6222 mi.
$35,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
7300


1989 FORD F-250 XLT LARIAT
460V8 w/ over drive. AC, Full
power, tow pkg. Very clean
$2850/obo 941-475-0698
ggg K
1998 CHEVROLET 2500 Long
Bed Pick up, 4x4, 5.71, auto, New
AC & tires. Ex cond 124k miles
$3900. 941-922-9577
2001 DODGE DAKOTA CC 132"
WB Silver, 109,971 mi., $6988.
877-219-9139 DLR
2001 FORD RANGER XLT, Reg.
cab, 4 cyl., 5 spd.,AC,121k, Exc.
Cond! $4,200. 941-627-3966
2003 CHEVROLET SILVERADO
3/4 ton, 8.1 V8, ext cab w/8'bed,
|6100 mibeli-6162o r5 Asking
2003 DODGE RAM 1500, quad,
140.5WB, 4x2, SLT, Red. 108,379
mi., $8999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2003 FORD RANGER XL
6cyl,5-spd, 93k mi,6CYL,
tires are good, intiexterior
in grea h e. runs/drives
Must see to appreciate...
$ 5499 olblo 941-822-9378

$8 TOYO T 001M4A7B
Call Harbor Nissan Today
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AUTO TECH OF VENICE
Father & Daughter Owned &
Sople aSteHd n lB s
S. Venice 941-445-3943
2005 DODGE RAM 1/2Ton
8' bed, auto, V8, Loaded,
35k m kRegrcNaeb e10,900






m ... 5- .-
2006 DODGE DAKOTA 3.71
V6, Club cab, 5 pass, AC, CD,
Hard Tonneau cover w/ bed-
liner, alloy wheels, wide tires,
running bars, cruise control,
2wd, Auto, w/ 47k miles.
$10,500. 941-661-8469

20U0A6DDFODRGEEDRNAIME13590KO
$19,990. 877-211-8054 DLR

200160,F RD FWkE H7U0 PRED
Call Harbor Nissan Today
941-257-0083 DIr
2007 CHEW TRAILBLAZER 4
DR, 2WD, Black, 63,017 mi.
$22,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2007 HONDA RIDGELINE 4 dr,
RTX, auto, silver, 45,606 mi.
$17,950. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 FORD EXPLORER 4 dr,
2WD, XLT, Silver, 72,975 mi.
$18,999. 800-587-9416 DLR

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2008 GMC ACADIA
WHITE. $29,988


2008 HONDA RIDGELINE 4-dr
RTL Lth, navi., AT, black. 20,906
mi. $32,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2008 HONDA RIDGELINE, 4DR
RTX AT, 34,356 mi., $21,950.
877-219-9139 DLR
2008 NISSAN TITAN SE, Crew
cab, SWB, red. 22,491.
$23,999. 877-219-9139 DLR


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BOATS-POWERED
7330


GOOD TIMES
BOAT RENTALS & SALES
941-629-5600


BOATS-POWERED


BOATS-POWERED


-


18' SWEETWATER 2002 Pon-
toon with trailer. 50hp Yahama 20' SPORTCRAFT '87, 150
low hours, just serviced, perfect Merc, 5 hrs, custom canvas, dual 22' HURRICANE 2003 Sundeck
condition.$8,200 941-505-9492 trailer. $4,950 941-697-8313 21.7' 140 Hp Johnson, well main-
tained. $16,000. 941-743-8055


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






17.5' GLASTRON Bowrider
2001, clean, many options, CG
equip. very well maint, low hrs.
must see.
$5,200 941-505-4081


23'7" HURRICANE 2003 Hurri.
cane 237 with 200 4 stroke
Yamaha, Minkota Trolling Motor,
Full fishing package, Enclosed
head, 165 hours, covered lift
kept since new. Asking $25K.
941-698-7968


19' 2008 REGAL LOWRIDER
17.5' TROPHY C/C, 90HP 4.3L Volvo Penta, 10 hours use,
MnERdCoPm nProT o4p HPv ce Alum. tr 4a2s8819,000
Cooler, GPS- Fish Finder, Galy.
Trailer $6,800 941-429-6650


.
12'6" SEA EAGLE Sport Run-
about, 25HP Yamaha, Floor
Board, Bimini Top, Extras. Encl.
Trlr. $2,500. 941-223-0055


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


mercruiser 38hrs, thru-hull exst,
tr.bar, Dhead, so a6in
$58,000 941-544-8834.


tioar, low nours, new seals a top,


M tara n4ist rn$e un~d~e 500Bhour,


L~:, qb1/O doble pop, $0,500


, ,,,.. ,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,
boat, 2005, 25 HP Tohatsu, bimi.
ni top, cover, electric start, exc
cond. $6,000. 941-548-1401
14' GAMEFISHER, casting
deck, 25hp Johnson, trolling
motor, trailer & more. $2,000.
941-627-5777


"Own ToV no ons to list


IYs laUriI rtlHY Ivt UoumLoara,


PONTOON 40hp Mercury, Big


1 Ya r bhlerniall.
T/t & SSmparop. Alum tse ce,
Great off shore boat that
floats in 9" of water.
$6950/obo (941)-716-6792


O Lfl can


14' V-HULL ALUMINUM BUAI,
5.5HP Outboard, trolling motor &
battery. $750 941-876-4889
15' BASS BOAT with trailer, 40
HP Evinrude, older boat, never in
saltwater, AZ boat $1500. OBO
941-639-0338
15' FIBERGLASS BOAT with wind-
t iler $8550 OBT.t m


In vecry tcntcna


19'.6 1974 AQUASPORT Off-



shore eqipd, TTop, fll n


... ..vy, vm., .. us... c.-, ,.... man... c.uuu ouuuy
Console. 200hp Yamaha 4 Model 245 SSI, 5.7L, 1/O, dou
stroke, warr until 2013. Low prop, 193 hrs. Full canvas.
hours. Like new condition. Just detailed. $13,900
Trailer. Too many options to 941-323-0704
list. $35k 941-916-9944


WITH 2004 MERCURY 200XS.
Power-Lift jack plate, turn signal
trim switch, hydraulic steering
m oG Iv raipeer106Pehr rrs
runs great, 80 + mph '
941-493-1849. Will separate
Boat & Trailer $5000
Boat, Motor & Trailer $8500
Motor Only $5000


s etANese


I_.S~so .. ... ... ,,,,,


225, 00JhsnOenPo


21' MAKO 1979, 225 Evinrude
E-Tec 2008, GPS, Fish Find.
e tether e cAh g ngDsyT-tTom'
100% upgraded boat. Many
extras. $16,750. 941-493-3984


o7qeMTBase Travel 801
105 amp hour batteries, used
less than 50 hrs. Boat, motor and
trailer. $1,950 OBO.
941-380-5397






16' 2000 PALM BEACH WHITE
CAP CC, 70HP Johnson, galv.
tra b5m450,&diOe well, exc.
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


so runn m.r twin exoa, aro,
fish finder. Fly bridge w/dual sta-
tions. $6,500. 941-473-4035


18' LARSON 2005, blue & white,
less than 30 hrs, Volvo Penta
inboard $13,000 941-268-3974


24' KhGAL'9/ Deck boat, Kebuilt


c., .. c..n...nven ouuuy
Cabin. 350 Chevrolet. This boat
has been refurbished. Looks and
runs great. $5200. or best rea-
sonable offer.941-270-7321.
20' 1994 BAYLINER with rebuilt
trailer, new tires, $2,400 OBO
5262 Lovett. NP 941-268-2121
20' ANGLER center console
2001 Yamaha 150 HPDI, low
hours. $12,500 941-627-3221






20' CC, A UASPORT 200 Clas-
uc20500000 ashH8P6 99d 2
,-



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


20 HP Rerc~, tr,~ti~~hle '


as ...m...men, e.vy, m...ana
150 4 Stroke. 300 hrs. Jack
plate. Power pole, 24 V trolling
motor, batt. charger & Ameritrail-
er w/swing hitch. Exc. shape.
$28,900. 941-639-6440


1000, 510L 1/ F full
canvas, many extras, great cond,
$19,800 941-697-7888
24.5' UASPORT 1994, Cain
& fiberglass top, 225 Evinrude,
anchor winch, trim tabs, radlo'
hk in d lirve baite. Gatl he
ing boat, professionally maint.
$10,000 941-697-7029


.


25' 1998 SPORTCRAFT Walka-
round: 5.7L Volvo, cuddy cabin,
hardtop, super clean. $19,900.
941-505-7269

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cury, LIKe IveW. ZUU RS. LO8080,
Blue Tooth, HiDef Sonar, Radar,
Chart plotter x3, $29,900 OBO.
941-544-4914

qj


Mercury, 100hrs, Minikota
troll motor, bikini, Garmin GPS
& FF, VHF, trir w power winch
$22,500/OBO401-525-6677
mm


1s Jmove .,w aV;, mV r Junn-


,


U/ SUMP Yam. 4 stroKe, loaded,
new trlr. $14,000 941-889-7518




4..--. .
--
22' 2000 AQUASPORT 225
Explorer Walkaround: 200HP
Evinrude, cabin, bikini $17,000.
941-505-7269


17' FOURWINNS 1990, full LieNwcn.nl44H.15


ze.co 1-I myuiven dou eng,
AC, fully equipped, fish finder,
new batteries, kept on lift,
anchorcombo stove alc/elec.
refrig, toilet, shower, micro, sink,
built-in battery charger, $14,275
570-575-5633


2000,11Ymha4s.EF,





20' PROCRAFT 1995 Fresh
water Bassboat V-200-DC,
200HP EFl. Mercy. Very fast


toromexnreJono,


1998 New rebuilt 90hp Johnson t/t 18' SeaArk Mod-V Jon
& ss prop. LWewell, bikini, ff, console river or flats, CG eqpt. E-Tec 60
cover, gaW. trailer great cond. dr9 OWar ty9421 -45 500
$5675/obo (941)-830-2415


9am n4 8 8 wl, ,


25' GLASTRON GS249, AC,
Galley, Head, Electronics &
MORE! $17,995. 941-698-9846
,
.
a 1-@


rully riggea, twiln Jonnson


Center Consol, 256 hrs.
2004 Advance 257 Twin
Yamaha 4 stroke 150's
Excell. Cond. Lift kept
$47,900
Cell 410-908-5098


1990, T/5.7 1/O new canvas,
update cabin, clean well main-
tC dHa 09401 473S 13

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28' 2001 SEA SPRITE aft cabin,
310 dual prop AC, GPS, bridge
encl. elec. head, full galley, 45
mph, only 90 hrs. lift kept, exc.
cond. $28,500. 941-639-7890.
28' CARVER EXPRESS, good
condition, twin engine, on trailer
$4,500/080 or trade for pon-
toon boat. 443-622-7887
28' WELLCRAFT COASTAL
SPORT FISHER $11,000 or
Trade for 97-2000 Harley full
Dresser. 941-234-3786


So ercraftw50 paHondai eg new


Evinrude, T-Top, Garmin
440S, GPS, FF, VHF, AM/FM
/CD, Tbag, w/ 05 Alum trlr.
$9,900/obo 941-321-1873
19' 1993 Hurricane Fiberglass
deck boat. 90 hp Johnson. New
trolling elec. auxiliary motor. Galy.
trailer. $4500. 941-627-1444


coulip ralliana, nrul, rou alls.
Custom T-top, trailer, electronics,
fully loaded. Exc. cond. Over
$65K new asking $39,995.
941-258-5200






23' 1" MAKO, boat and trailer,
only. Fully loaded. Bimini Top.
Great fishing boat. Located in
Largo $5,500 443-995-7319
25' PROLINE 1999, CC, 250
Yamaha, 4 stroke, 70 hours.
Warranty to 5/13. Alum Trlr.
$23,900 **SOLD**


57r Tr de Itorage.
Many extras, 1 owner. $28,900
941- 474-2426


ZU I LAlVI 5AILl-151-1, 1990 W/
like new trailer. Center console,
Yamaha 130 2 stroke w/ SS
prop, $7,900 941-626-4571
23' SHAMROCK RENEGADE
350 Vortex Eng less than 20 hrs,
$4,500 941-628-1449 or
941-270-2391
25' COBIA 1991, new motor
/trailer. $4500. 941-391-6494


17.5' SEARAY SPORT 2009
Bought new, 24 hrs, garage kept,
extras, paid 26K, sell $17,500,
exc.cond. 941-564-8770
18' MAVERICK FLATS BOAT
175 eng. jackplate hyd steering
$5,500 OBO or trade.
941-628-1449 or 941-270-2391


19' 2001 SEARAY SUNDE


MF Ivierc. Upilmax avy low nrs as


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20' VOLVO 500 I/O V8, 225hp
390hrs, 4-whl trlr w/ Pwr Winch,
Extra's, $4,200 941-639-0133.


BOATS-POWERED


25' P WEL RAF 1rebitegn


New Eng. Turn key, Under 100hr
$10,200. 941-223-4368
26' SEARAY 1984 boat &
motor. Not running FREE. YOU
MOVE! 941-697-4037





r
26' SHAMROCK EXPRESS FEC
2003, 330 hp Crusader, 500 hrs.
loaded, $34,900 941-639-9034
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SUNCOAST BOATING


TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS
7300


2008 TOYOTA TUNDRA LTD
CREW WHITE. $32,988


SPORT UTILITY/
VEHICLES
7305

1993 TOYOTACAMRY, V6, LE,
has car fax. Exc. cond., ice cold
ai A3T4 r $2D550. obo.

g g g
1999 OLDSMOBILE BRAVADO
4 dr. AWD. All options. Super
cond.$3200/obo. 941-763-0608
2001 FORD EXPEDITION 4DR
2WD XLT WHITE 111,846 MI.
$6988. 877-219-9139 DLR
2002 BUICK RENDEZVOUS
4-DR, AWD 105,387 MI. $5988.
877-219-9139 DLR
2002 NISSAN PATHFINDER SE
90k mi, Tan, Bose, Sun roof, New
Good yrs. $8200. 941-575-6917
2003 HONDA PILOT 5DR 4WD
EX-L Res, AT, red. 71,808.
$13,950 877-219-9139 DLR
2003 TOYOTA RAV4 4DR, AT,
4WD, titanium. 82,077 mi.,
$11,999. 877-219-9139 DLR
2003 TOYOTA SEQUOIA 4DR
2WD LTD AT, gray. 97,703 mi.
$14,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
2003 TOYOTA SEQUOIA 4DR
2WD LTD AT, gray. 97,703 mi.
$14,988. 877-219-9139 DLR
2004 GMC ENVOY 4-DR, 2WD,
Black. 126,059 mi., $7988..
877-219-9139 DLR


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SPORT UTILITY/










VEHICLES. $3,
873-1-054 D

2007 HONDAE C IR-V5d4D

$2999.87-219-9139 DLR





2007 OYT HONDA CR-VEX5dr
mi $1,9 877219-913 DR


$29.87 7-219-9139 DLR


TRAILER


CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
7360


2003 SUZUKI GZ250
Blue 32316 M11 $ 00.

2006 LEHMAN Trike, Boulevard
800. 7K. Black w/blue diamond
dust. Wrrnty, like new, $18,900.
941-889-7119, (248)-212-6189
2006 ROAD KING CLASSIC
blue/silver 9700k, Garaged,
$16,100 941-575-9683
HARLEY DAVIDSON 2006,
er4s501c1 800 Om 51-97 -
HERITAGE SOFTAIL STOCK
EXHAUST & EXTRA PERF. MUF-
FLERS EX. $200. 9416267682

ATV
7365


2008 ARTIC CAT 500 4X4,
650 mi. -200 hrshi/Io range,
diff lockwarn 3,0001b winch,
all stock....Iike new, clean title
in hand..NO TIME TO RIDE!!!!!
$4299 O/B/O 941-822-9378


... ...
: .
SAILBOAT TRAILER
06' TRAIL-N-SAIL MODEL
RKGSK 2400LBS NET TOW
CAP. IN ENGLEWOOD CALL
(863)660-4177
TRAILER-UTILITY 1800#
CAPCTY WOOD flr/sides 4'x5'
$495, OBO 941-575-0273
UTILITY T LOEARS Grea Prices
(941)698-9902
CYCLES/MOPEDS/
SCOOTERS
7360

1990 HONDA GOLDWING
Loaded w/ reverse. Blue $3400
(941)-626-3102
2000 HONDA Shadow VLX
3700 miles garage kept & cov-
ered Black with lots of chrome,
Vance & Hines pipesCorbin
seatWillie & Max ba flannel
lined cover and battegstender
luded. $3500
Inc .
941-429-5149

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20 m H RbEbY DAVIDSOoN,
$8500. or trade for car/ ruck of
equal value (941)-979-9127
2003 Geely Z-Scooter Great
Mileage, FUN!! $300.00.
Port Charlotte (352)430-7023
2003 HONDA MC, 1800cc s,
black, 24k mi. Excellent Condi-
tion! $4,500. (941)-697-1927


2002 JAYCO DESIGNER 37'
3 Super Slides, washer/dryer,
New air, $23,000 OBO Dodge
Diesel Pick Up Truck possibly
available. 941-626-0652

Advertise Today!"


BOATS-POWERED


BOATS-POWERED
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M
38' BAYLINER. MY. Twinl75 HP
e e00 w 9 98kwl75e9nerator.
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SAILBOATS


(LIKE NEW) $65,500.
Loaded wl0ptions, dry stored,
Merc.8.1L 375HP closed cooled 1/O
with 140his. Air/heat, full enclosure,
Garmin GPS/SONARVHFwindlass,
vaculflush head, double V-berth, aft
double berth. LOA 28' 10",
PRISTINE with MAJOR WARRANTY
SEPT. 2012. 941-639-9457


Yamaha longshaft, 2 sets of sails,


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a ....n .m. cuvo ounuano-=
T/370 Mercs, 325 hrs, top elec-
tronics, gen, 2 TVs, Central vac,
Icemaker, new batts, camper can-
vas, new bottom 7/10, and much
more, $159,900 OBO, PG, owner
motivated, 501-538-7878


.

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


-
-
40 DI EVER TRAWLER 980,
twin diesel, new fiberglass decks,
fuel tanks, water tanks, $87,000
941-639-2003 or 231-218-9920


22'.6" TANZER 1973, '98 6hp


ANCHOR 25# Danforth good






conditin. is $35 941697094


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TROLLING MOTOR Electric
6orG ide9384Lb. $55


$375 941-759-01


co avo wn wwren...m over- -
QUEST 2000, T-250HP, Yama.
ha's, top electronics, A-C, Gen.,
pristine, $69,000 941-966-5400 32', 1986 TROJAN, new 350
engin hardtop, A/C, Heat, new
GPS. es33,500. 941-697-6258


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



,
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27' CATALINA 15 HP OB, good
cond., 4' Stilletto keel, Rollar 150
Genoa $4400 Call 941-766-1791


w hrs.,
9-1193 33'7" CRUISERS INC. SPIRIT
1987, Twin Merc Cruiser/
. Inboards, Shallow Draft, Recent
Risers, New Canvas, New Uphol-
stery, GPS..ETC! Nice Vessel. Lift
KeAtdmfessional a t0a n0ed.
404-606-0866 Port Charlotte.
CC, 1
kis 4-
rigged.
5-3528


twin 225 Yamahas, lo


71:


Zu 4 Zuuo Iviaku
owner, T-250 Suzu
stroke, trailer, fully
$65,500 OBO 941-23


so4nU ciav~m wa-


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Twin 4 t 0 uzuk s Long
range built in fuel tanks, GPS
plot, founders, radar & VHF.
Recent head and holding tank.
New canvas, new bottom paint,
elec. anchor winch, 2 anchors,
dock lines, life vests, flares,
freshwater shower aft end,
hydraulic steering, remote spot
light. plus very good alum. two
8 Itr5all $19,000. Call 941-

SAILBOATS
7331


as LUwI ulnre.IIvn Iver
T/250 hp/Cummins diesels
(9G0e0thrs.) thr~uue resd CLEf}N
30' BRTRA SPORFISH $107,000 941-609n70940
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Catalina 30, tall rig, wing keel, gps
di gh s, a obapt es, mai

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

OUTBOARD/
MARINE ENGINES
7334


OUTBOARD. 2001 NISSAN
8HP, 2-stroke. Runs like a Swiss
watch. $475 941-575-5952


f s~hG2000 Twinc430 H iselsn8


atUvaly, vvl 0 u m .N,


cats $75,000 also 50ft. boat slip
$225,000 OBO Englewood
941-915-2714
Charlotte RV & Marine
Sales & Repairs
Florida's largest indoor pre-
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We'll sell your boat for FREE!
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Port Charlotte (941) 883-5555
www.CharlotteMarine.com


v. vy..............., --w, ,
console, T-250, air & generator,
loaded, $75,000 941-575-7867


11' NEWPORT, 3 sails, fast and
stable, unsinkable, trailer. Exc.
Plac d50863M4A6K5E755F4FER! Lake
28' IRWIN Fair Cond. $2,500
080 941-429-8796

ADVERTISE!


31' TIARA OPEN, 2000
Possibly best equipped &
co n on seadrth!
Askin Onlyn 24,900
to receive fax or email with
complete details.
Call Daryl @ Redfish Yacht
Brokers 941-685-2399


36' 1998 CARVER Mariner


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Clyde Butcher's photographs seem to be everywhere these days.
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Myers where his work will be displayed through Oct.2.This is the third
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When Venice resident Joe Roddy sat
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Discover the cultural coast
at bargain prices this month
If ever there was an excuse to visit some of the area's top attrac-
tions, how about two-for-one prices?
G.Wiz, Historic Spanish Point, the John and Mable Ringling
Museum of Art, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Mote Marine Labo-
ratory, Sarasota Car Museum, South Florida Museum and Warm
Mineral Springs all are offering two-for-one admission during the
month, which means you have just two weeks left to take advantage
of this.
Nearly dwarfed by the big purple performing arts hall to the
north, G.Wiz is a little gem where science and playtime become
one. Call 941-309-4949 or visit gwiz.org.
Historic Spanish Point in Osprey is a living history site on the
former estate of the late Bertha Palmer. Spanish Point is the place
to learn about her and this entire area. Call 941-966-5214 or visit
www.historicspanishpoint.org.
Considered the 20th most valuable museum in the U.S., the
Ringing museum complex with the former winter home and circus
museum, is another don't miss attraction. Call 941-359-5700 or
visit www.ringling.org.
See cars of the rich and famous at the car museum. Call 941-
355-6228 or visit www.sarasotacarmuseum.org.
Pet rays and more at Mote. Call 941-388-4441 or visit mote.org.
Visit Snooty at South Florida Museum. Call 941-746-4131 or visit
www.southfloridamuseum.org. Study epiphytes at Selby Gardens.
Call 941-366-5731 or visit www.selby.org.
Plunge into Warm Mineral Springs at North Port. Call 941-426-
1692 or visit www.warmmineralsprings.com.
For details, call 800-522-9799 or visit www.sarasotafl.org/promol
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Awards Break-Out Musical Artist of the Year"after the Tampa Rays
game vs.the Los Angeles Angels as part of the Rays' summer
concert series.
Game time is at 7:10 p.m. with the concert to follow.
Tickets to the game include the concert.
Wristbands are also available for $25 to watch the show
from the field.
Bret Michaels concludes the summer concert series on Sept.25
after the Rays take on the Seattle Mariners.
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Cooking on the Murder

Mystery Dinner Train
PROVIDED BY CHEF SCOTT VAN AKEN
I have been a chef for quite some
time and have prepared meals in 9
many venues on top of mountains,
on yachts, on the beach and more.
But nothing I have done compares
to the preparation and serving of 200
meals on a moving train. The combina-
tion of tight work space, constant swaying motion and
precise timing of service makes for a unique culinary
experience.
The Murder Mystery Dinner Train runs five days a
week, year round. During December it may run every
day to accommodate the "Rail boat Trips" to Punta
Gorda. Some days we may have only one car of pas-
sengers (40-50) but many days we have a full train
with close to 200 passengers. If there is one car, I
have two hours for dinner service which consists of
a fruit and cheese course, a soup course, salad or
fresh fruit, plated dinner service and dessert. If there
is a full train, I still have two hours for service.
Every course has to be coordinated with the
play, with the actors performing scenes in each car
between courses.The timing has to be precise as
follows:
6:30 p.m.: The loaded train pulls out of depot,
heading north.The wait staff must have their dinner
orders into me by this time. I compile these on a
daily worksheet, showing how many salads, fresh
fruit, chicken entrees, seafood entrees and prime
rib our biggest seller how many rare, medium
rare, medium, medium well, well and end cuts. Do
we have any special diets on the train? Are there any
vegans, gluten free, nut allergies, seafood allergies
or something new?
6:55 p.m.: Almost ready for soup service. The
bowls are arranged on large oval serving trays,
seven per tray. How many trays going to north? How
many south?
7 p.m.: Soup service begins; a 6 ounce ladle per
bowl maybe the hardest part of the trip.Try pouring
a ladle of soup in a moving vehicle without spilling it.
Now try 200 ladles of soup.
7:10 p.m.: Soup is out, now starts final dinner
preparation.The seafood (this month shrimp with
sun-dried tomatoes, broccoli and penne pasta) is
prepared on the BTU propane gas range in two 12
quart pans. The potatoes come out of the steamer
for mashing mashed by hand mind you sauces
are checked, pans of chicken are placed in the
350-degree convection oven.
7:15 p.m.:The bartender assists me with salad
and fruit cup service. How many salads dressing on
the side? No dressing? No croutons?
7:30 p.m.: Wait staff starts taking out trays of
salads and fruit; all served within 10 minutes.
7:50 p.m.: Final preparations. Bowls of garnishes
- parsley, shredded parmesan, Oriental Kale, cups
of horseradish and sour cream all in place pan of
asparagus in steamer, as it takes only four minutes
to cook and not overcook.
7:55 p.m.: Showtime! Are the actors out of the first
car? Is everybody ready? With the assistance of the
bartender and one of the servers we begin to plate
the entrees and sides as quickly as possible. My
primary focus is slicing the roast prime ribs of beef.
I have 12 roasts, each weighing about 15 pounds.
They are all cooked to different degrees of doneness.
Tonight I have orders for eight rare, 35 medium rare,
41 medium, 20 medium wells, eight wells and four
end cuts; also two "extra rare'"and three "burnt.'"
8:50 p.m.:The last meal goes out. A good night; we
served almost 200 meals in 55 minutes.Now we
have a fast clean-up.
9 p.m.:Time to plate up our dessert.This month it is
a peach crisp, with a crumbly pecan and brown sugar
crust, caramel sauce and whipped cream. One of the
servers says she needs eight desserts ASAP with
candles; she has eight birthdays in her car.We plate
these as fast as we can and they go out on a small tray.
9:15 p.m.: Dessert is out. Even though I have
been wearing multiple pairs of food-service gloves all
night, my hands are mess with prime rib seasoning,
caramel sauce and peach crisp topping.
The pace slows down, and I mentally prepare my
prep list for the next day, when we do it all again.


an employee for almost two years, previously
worked on private boats. He said, "I vary the
menu so that returning customers will have
different choices."
Victor and Mary Beth Interlundi, from Flor-
ida's east coast, celebrated their eight-month
anniversary.The couple met as employees at
Federal Express.They were unable to marry;
company rule forbids married couples to work
together.Victor left the company, but later was
re-hired to work at a different station."We're
happily married, grateful for our employment,
and delighted that our friends told us about this
train,"they agreed.
The train departs from Colonial Station at
2805 Colonial Blvd., Fort Myers at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday through Saturday and 5:30 p.m.
Sunday.The 3 1/2-hour scenic journey crosses
the Caloosahatchee River.
Parking is free, all train cars are air condi-
tioned with restrooms provided. The train is
handicap accessible and attire is casual. Gift
certificates and group rates are available.The
cost is $59 weekdays and Saturday is $69, per
person plus tax and gratuity. Bar service includes
specialty drinks, wine and beer, and is not
included in the ticket price.
Prepaid advance reservations are required.
Call 800-736-4853 or 239-275-8487.
For more information go to
www.semgulf.com.
Holiday specials:
Halloween Ghost Train on Oct.29, 30, 31.
Awards for best costumes in each car.
Tickets to Friday and Sunday shows are $59;
Saturday shows are $69.
Christmas Rail Boats on Dec.13, 14, 20, 21.
Set sail for the holidays. The Dinner Train heads
to Punta Gorda for a boat cruise through Punta
Gorda Isles for a Christmas light extravaganza.
Ring the giving bell. Bring an unwrapped toy for
the U.S. Marine Corps "Toys for Tots"or canned
goods for the Harry Chapin Food Bank.Tickets
are $75.
NewYear's Eve party on Dec.31.Train departs
at 8 p.m. Party favors and champagne toast at
midnight.Tickets are $125.
Sweetheart Express on Feb. 13 at
5:30 p.m. and Feb. 14 at 6:30 p.m.
A strolling violinist completes your romantic
evening aboard the Murder Mystery Dinner Train,
Tickets are $75 per person and do not include
tax and gratuity. Group prices available.
For reservations, call 800-736-4853 or
239-275-8487.
Directions:
From U.S.41, east on Colonial Blvd, cross
railroad tracks, left into Lee County Education
Center, then left toward the tracks.
From 1-75, west on Colonial Blvd. (exit 136),
cross Metro Parkway, past McDonald's, right into
Lee County Education Center, then left toward
the tracks.


BY SHIRLEY GEORGE
SUN CORRESPONDENT



If you're looking for a unique dinner theater, and like to guess "whodunit," the Murder Mys-
tery Dinner Train is an excellent choice.You'll
enjoy a delicious five-course dinner, nostalgic
train ride and a comical murder mystery show.
In January 1991, the Fay family and Seminole
Gulf Railway opened the dinner train, followed
shortly by the commencement of daytime excur-
sion trains. Soon thereafter, the dinner train be-
gan its first murder mystery production, "Murder
on the Seminole Express," which became an
instant success. Over the past two decades, over
a half-million patrons have attended. More than 65
new murder mystery productions have premiered.
The train seats 200 passengers, 50 in each
of four reconditioned vintage railcars depicting
1930s to the 1950s. All food is prepared fresh
daily on board in a fifth car by a skilled chef and
brought to your table by a dedicated staff.
Two current comedies are performed by four
multitalented actors."Murder on the Scottish
Line,"is on Friday and Saturday. It takes place
in the year 1890.You'll meet the original "buddy"
crime-solving detectives, Sherwood Elmes
(Timothy Gunderman), and Dr. James Watkins
(John Repa).They take on the mysterious Lady
Kildonan (Wende Gilmore) and her faithful ser-
vant Morgana (Leeanna Mantica) in this hilarious,
classic mystery genre.
Playing on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday,
is "The Zamboni Caper." Meet Prince Frederico
Garboni I for his goodwill tour of President Eisen-
hower's United States with his prime minister
Senior Dieoggi, his personal advisor Madame
Zontolli, and his supposed wife Vivian Van Dance.
Repa writes and directs the shows. Robert Fay is the
producer. Repa remarked,'These should be right up
there with the Times and the Boston Red Sox"
Actress Wende Gilmore, owner of Vamped Up
Vintage in Fort Myers, designs and makes all
costumes for these shows, as well as for other
area theaters.
There are four acts, with two scenes each,
performed in the aisles of each car. Passengers
are given clue sheets to guess the murderer.The
sheets are collected before the final act. A prize is
awarded to one super sleuth in each car.
Jim Kepka won the super sleuth award for his car.
He and wife, Henrietta, enjoyed the evening as a gift
from their son.The couple stated, "We highly recom-
mend this fun night.Since the tables are set up for
four diners, you can meet new people."
New productions are introduced every three to
five months.
Krista Lindenmuth celebrated her 17th birthday
with sister Brittany and mother, Susan who said,
"I've been here once before. It's one of the most
unique experiences in Lee County. The actors are
top-notch, excellent food, and fantastic service."
After the show, Krista said, "I agree with my moth-
er. I really enjoyed my birthday and first murder
mystery show."
Friends Jane Stutzman and Dena Henry, both
formerly from Indiana and long-time residents of
Fort Myers, were my dinner companions. Henry
said, "We stopped procrastinating about coming
here, but we're pleased we finally did.The roast
prime rib of beef is scrumptious." (I chose the
same entire, and I totally agree.) Appetizer, soup
du jour, fresh baked rolls, salad and dessert were
equally delicious.Other entries were penne
shrimp and tarragon chicken.
Chef Scott Vanaken and his one assistant, will
expertly prepare all dinner courses.Vanaken,


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I'llconfess:asa30-yearresidentofFloridal
was guilty of having never visited our capital
city of Tallahassee until a recent conference
brought me there with my wife Patti.
We discovered a charming college town (FSU
and Florida A&M) full of friendly people, blanketed
with majestic oak trees and situated among rolling
hills. When we'd been in town for a day or two
Patti observed: "People talk differently here" to
which I could only laughingly reply: "You're hear-
ing a southern accent. We've traveled far enough
north from Punta Gorda that we're in the South!"
Tallahassee is not a huge city, the population of
approximately 170,000 is roughly equal to the
population of Charlotte County.
No trip to Tallahassee would be complete
without a visit to the capitol building, and there
are actually two of them: the Historic Capitol, built
in 1845 and restored to the way it appeared in
1902, and the adjacent Modern Capitol which has
housed the state government since 1978. When
we visited the Historic Capitol it was such a slow
day for tourists that a volunteer from the welcome
desk took us for an informal tour of the building.
"'capital' is the city, 'capitol' is the building" he said
with a tone of mock exasperation, the twinkle in
his eye revealing that he enjoyed playing off the
eternal confusion between two such similar words.
Another must-see in Tallahassee is Mission
San Luis, a recreation of the Spanish mission
which was established as the Spanish Capital of
Florida in 1656. The reconstructed Indian Council
House is an astounding 125-feet in diameter and
over 50-feet tall, an amazing feat of construction
by 17th century Native Americans.
Also captivating is the Tallahassee Museum
which combines history and nature on a 52-acre
site replete with a zoo and living history exhibits.

Getting There: Plan on approximately six hours
driving time. Take |-75 north to 1-10 west, or be
more adventurous and go 1-275 over the Tampa
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he Port of Miami is right across the wa-
ter from the Miami Children's Museum
Watson Island site along the MacArthur
Causeway. I could see both from my room at
the Marriott Miami Biscayne Bay and drove
past both while heading over to Miami Beach
on the same visit a few weeks ago.
When I learned about the latest exhibit at
the museum, it seemed a perfect fit. Carnival
Cruise Lines recently redesigned its cruise-
ship-shaped exhibit where the museum's
target visitors can learn about the cruise
industry, which is one of the major industries
of South Florida, given the ports of Miami,
Fort Lauderdale and Canaveral. For seven
years, this has been one of the big draws at
the museum.
According to a press release from Carnival,
the renovated and improved exhibit is a
two-level 1,850-square foot attraction with
plenty of hands-on activities that could inspire
children to consider careers on the high seas.
At the Puppet Ship Theater, children
can learn about various maritime careers
while watching a show in which the puppet
characters portray captains, engineers, chefs
and concierges and all manner of shipboard
personnel.
In another area of the exhibit, young
visitors can dress up to portray some of the
entertainers on board cruise ships.
By the time the visiting children have
participated in the What You Can Do On A
Cruise activity, parents may find themselves
on the receiving end of a barrage of pleas


such as "when can we go on a cruise?"This
area includes a variety of hands-on and
able tivit
top ac les.
On the second level, children will learn
about the technology that does more than
keep these cruise ships afloat. Children can
actually plot course with real charts and listen
to recordings of real officers and harbor pilots
on duty, bringing a vessel into port.
Also up there is a limbo exercise area and
even a bridge which overlooks a companion
exhibit that is a replica of the Port of Miami,
compete to its freight-handling equipment.
The exhibit was created by Carnival in
partnership with Purpose Studios in Atlanta,
which re-engineered an earlier exhibit to
increase the nautical feel with teak-like floors,
ship railings and other nautical elements.
It was originally created for the museum in
2003.
While the press release talks of the
uniqueness of having a cruise ship inside the
museum, I think it is possibly more unique to
have one or more cruise ships within sight just
across the bay
The cruise ship exhibit is one of 14 galler-
ies at the 56,500-square-foot museum, which
is at 980 MacArthur Causeway in Miami.
Admission is $15 for adults and children
and $12 for Florida residents, free for children.
For information contact the Museum at call
305-373-KIDS (5437) or visit www.miamichild-
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For information about Carnival, consult
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Florida's Historic Capitol in Tallahassee.


S.R. 98, then go scenic back roads almost all the
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Staying There: Our luxurious accommodations
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distance of the capitol. The "Level 8" rooftop
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Dining: While the town boasts a hugely diverse
restaurant scene, one of the best meals we've
shared in recent memory came courtesy of a
small restaurant named "Cypress"located within
blocks of the capitol building.

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The James & Barbara Moore Observatory located on the Char-
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All observatory viewings are free to the public and held at least
once a month from September through May, with sessions sched-
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areas around the observatory.
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Concert at the Arbor
Rock Your Face Off at the Arbor, 111 W, Oak Street in Arcadia, is coming on Sept. 17. Arca-
dia's own Nine Mile Drive will be headlining the four-band show of acts from around Central and
Southwest Florida
Doors open at 7 p.m.and the show begins at 8 p.m. All ages are welcome to the concert that
will also feature We're All Virus, a hardcore punk rock band from Ft. Myers, The Getbye, an alter-
native rock band from Orlando made up of musicians from Sarasota and Arcadia. Hard rockers
16 Penny, with musicians from Sarasota and Arcadia will also perform.
Admission before 9 p.m. is $8 for the ladies and $10 for guys. After 9 p.m. Guys pay $12 and
ladies pay $10. Patrons must be 21 to drink.


Photo exhibit
Rosemary Hagen will display her photographs through Oct. 31 at the Unitarian Universal-
ist Fellowship of Charlotte County Gallery, 1532 Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte. Hagen's
beautiful images reflect her travels throughout Greenland, Iceland, the Canadian Arctic, Central
and South America, the Far East, Egypt and Europe.The Gallery will hold an opening reception
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 19. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. Gallery
hours are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monda, Tuesday and Thursday. Special viewings may be ar-
ranged by appointment. For more information, call 941-475-4432.


Kids Day America 2010
Dr. Kevin Van Nostrand and Carmel Kisiday will present Kids Day America 2010 from 10 a.m.
to 2 p.m. Sept. 18 at Sallie Jones Elementary School, 1230 Narranja St., Punta Gorda. This is a
free event for all children and families to enjoy a day of fun.There will be T-shirts given to the first
500 children, face painting, games, prizes and a chance to win a free Nintendo Wii system. Music
will be provided by the Golden Hippo. Children will be able to meet McGruff the Crime Dog and
explore a firetruck and an ambulance.
Business and service organizations will be on hand, including: Charlotte County Fire/EMS,
the Charlotte County Sheriffs Office, the Charlotte County Health Department's Healthy Life &
WIC, the Punta Gorda Fire and Police departments, Home Depot, Spinal Health & Rehab and
many more.The event is to benefit the Charlotte County Homeless Children's Nutrition Program.
Food sale proceeds will benefit this program. For more information, call 941-205-2180, or visit
www.PuntaGordaChiropratic.com.


Cowboy Hoedown
The sixth annual Cowboy Hoedown will be held at Robarts Sports Arena in Sarasota from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m. Sept. 18. There will be music by One Night Rodeo, a silent auction and a 50-50
drawing. Domino's Pizza delivery will be available. BYOB; no one under 21 will be admitted and
IDswillbechecked.
Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door; doors open at 7 p.m. at Robarts, located at
3000 Ringling Blvd. Advance tickets are available at Fruitville Feed, Myakka Ranch and Farm
Supply, and Stockyard Feed and Western Wear.
For table reservations for a party of eight, call 941-365-0818.The Robarts Arena information
lineis941-955-1515.


MUSeum to hold Remembrance Day
The Military Heritage Museum and the Vietnam Brotherhood Delta Company will hold a com-
memorative ceremony in honor of POW/MIA Remembrance Day at 1 p.m. Sept. 18 at Fisher-
men's Village, Center Court, 1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.The ceremony will include
an explanation of the meaning of the traditional POW/MIA table, the lighting of the Remembrance
Tree, and a reading of the names of Florida's missing. A reception will follow in the museum.The
public is invited to this free event. For more information, call Kim Lovejoy at 941-575-9002, or
visitwww.FreedomlsntFree.org.


Butterfly plant share
The Sarasota Butterfly Club is hosting a butterfly plant share and propagation event at 9:30
a.m. Sept.23 at the Sarasota Garden Club, 1131 Boulevard of the Arts, Sarasota. The Club is
located near Gee Whiz. Please bring a plant to share. Experts will be there with information on

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By KIM COOL
FEATUREs EDITOR
When Venice resident Joe Roddy sat
down to write his memoir, he ended up
with so much more.
While"Growing Up in Heaven, The Journey
of an Irish Immigrant Family in Philadelphia,"is a
family history, it also tells the story of what it was
like to be an immigrant in the United States at the
dawn of the 20th century.
Within the book's pages, Roddy's family plays
a prominent role but so do the parish priests
and nuns at St. Columba Church and even the
church itself, which today is known as St. Martin
de Porres. As the older church assisted the Irish
immigrants of another day, St. Martin de Porres
today is helping African immigrants to become
better educated and better citizens.
For members of Roddy's family, the book is a
priceless treasure. For members of the old St. Co-
lumba Church and its neighborhood and for Irish
immigrants up and down the east coast, the book
is more than a pleasant read. There are photos
and facts that may help others whose ancestors
braved the boat ride across the Atlantic to a new
world all those years ago. The names may be dif-
ferent but the experiences of immigrants is often
quite similar.
Roddy's memoir may also inspire others to do
something similar in order to preserve yet another
segment of history the one belonging to their
own family.
The history of these United States is more than
total of its explorers, presidents, industrialists and
inventors. More than anything, U.S. history is the


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Cover of"Growing Up in Heaven, the Journey of
an Irish Immigrant Family in Philadelphia"by
Joe Roddy.
product of its people, people who have come from
families of all walks of life and ethnicities to these
shores and together and separately made their
way and, in the process, helped to mold a nation.
"Growing Up in Heaven, The Journey of an Irish
Immigrant Family in Philadelphia," by Joe Roddy.
2010, 210 pages. Published by Morris Publishing,
www.morrispublishingcom. For information, call
Roddy at 941-484-0285.


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OUTANDABOUT

'TRYING'
(Through Sept. 19)
Lemon Bay Playhouse
96 West Dearborn St., Englewood.
941-475-6756.

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

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

ADAM LAMBERT
RAYS SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Sept. 18.
Tropicana Field
OneTropicana Drive, St.Petersburg.
888-326-7297 or www.ticketmaster.com.

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

CHAMPIONSHIP
WRESTLING
8 p.m. Sept. 24.
Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center
75 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda.


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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
it,"','s's,",$h Charlotte Symphony
Orchest
5:30 p.maSept. 25.
Cultural Center of Charlotte County
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
www.charlottesymphony com.

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

'NO SEX PLEASE'
WE'RE BRITISH'
Charlotte Players
Oct. 1 9.
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-255-1022 ext. 220.


'HAIRSPRAY'
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 U.S.301 North, Tampa
www.Iivenation.com or 813-740-2446.

NORTH PORT
CONCERT BAND
Broadway Journey:100 years of Golden
Classics
7 p.m. Oct. 9.
North Port Performing Arts Center
6400 W Price Blvd., North Port.
941-426-8479 or 866-406-7722.

'NONSENSE IN THE
NORTHERN WOODS'
Charlotte Players Kids Onstage
Oct. 15 16.
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-255-1022 ext.220.

'ROCKTOBERF EST'
1 p.m.- midnight.Oct 16.
Charlotte County Fair Grounds
El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte.
$10atthedoor.Freeparking.
Team Cybergeist, Carnival of Soul, Gib-
son Cage, Rebirth, Seven Years Past,
Pushmower, Nine Mile Drive, As Bridges
Burn, Mantra, Dis'Engage, Third Society,
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7 p.m. Oct. 16. Gates open at 5 p.m.
The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra
featuring headliner Steve March-Torm6
E ison State College Campus
www.edisonpops.com.

'SEND ME NO FLOWERS'
Oct. 19 23
Glendridge Performing Arts Center
7333 Scotland Way, Sarasota.
941-552-5325 or gpactix.com.

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

STYX
Oct.22.
Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
13350 Edison Parkway, Fort Myers
239-481-4849 or
www.bbmannpah.com.

'DIVA WITCHES'
Deborah Berioli, Soprano and Venice Per-
forming Arts Series.
Oct. 23.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice,
1071 Pinebrook Road, Venice.
941-284-5972.


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OUTANDABOUT

JAZZ AT THE
GLENDRIDGE
2 p.m. Oct. 24.
Glendridge Performing Arts Center
7333 Scotland Way, Sarasota.
941-552-5325or gpactix.com.

'CHAPTER TWO'
Oct. 27 Nov. 14.
Lemon Bay Playhouse
96 W. Dearborn St., Englewood,
941-475-6756.

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

ARTSENSATION 2010
Nov.5-6.
Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center

75aTafo RoaddPunt Gorda.

SARASOTA BLUES
FEST
Elvin Bi hop and hisebnand, alenTowith Trombone

Castro Band, Moreland & Arbuckle,
Jake Haldenwang and The All-Stars Band
Nov. 6.
Ed Smith Stadium, Sarasota.
www.sarasotabluesfest.com.

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

F UNKF EST 2010
Here Come the Mummies
Nov. 6.
Taylor Street North in Punta Gorda.
www.bigcrushdistribution@hotmail.com.

VENICE CONCERT
BAND
7 p.m. Nov. 8.
Venice Community Center
326 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice.

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 CONCERT
BAND
3 p.m. Nov. 14.
Glendridge Performing Arts Center
7333 Scotland Way, Sarasota.
941-552-5325 or gpactix.com.

THECRASHERS
Nov. 14.
Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center
75 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda.
941-928-6231 or 941-296-5122.


Let's Go!


SARASOTA
MEDIEVAL FAIR
Nov. 13 Nov. 21.
Sarasota County Fairgrounds
3000 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota.
www.sarasotamedievalfair.com.

'SERIOUSLY
SINATRA'
Nov.20 21.
Glendridge Performing Arts Center
7333 Scotland Way, Sarasota.
941-552-5325or gpactix.com.

MISS CHARLOTTE
COUNTY USA
Nov.21
Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center
75 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda.
954-924-4949.

,
HOLIDAYS THROUGH
THE AGES'
Suncoast Chorale
3 p.m. Nov 28.
Engl rUntnedSt eE wo urch
888-326-8403.

sMAM E'
Dec.2 12.
The Players
838 North Tamiami Trail, Sarasota.
941-365-2494 or www.theplayers.org.

'WHITE CHRISTMAS'
Charlotte Players
Dec. 3 11
Cultural Center Theater
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlotte.
941-255-1022 ext. 220.

EXSULTATE!
Dec. 3, Dec. 5.
Grace 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.

VENICE CONCERT
BAND
7 p.m. Dec. 6.
Venice Community Center
326 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice.

'CHRISTMAS
LULLABIES
Deborah Berioli, Soprano and Venice

coming Arts Series.
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice,
1071 Pinebrook Road, Venice.
941-284-5972.

MISTLETOE
BALL
Dec. 11.
Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center
75 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda.
941-627-4313.


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Awareness Variety Show
The International Day Of Peace Awareness Variety Show will be
international vay ur reace
held at 7 p.m. Sept. 21 at The Cultural Center of Charlotte County,
2280 Aaron St., Port Charlottewith music from Saint Tone and a
variety of incredible acts.
Jeremay Gilley, chairman of Peace One Day, proposed a decade
ago that Sept.21 be recognized by the United Nations and over 200
countries world wide, as an International Day Of Peace where all armed conflicts will cease fire
for one day to allow supplies and aid to flow into war ravaged areas.
A portion of the proceeds from this event will benefit The Rotary Peace Scholarship Fund.
Tickets are just $10, and available online at www.GrayMatterEnt.com or at the Cultural Center
box office at 941-625-4175. For more information contact Jack Gray at 941-270-2040.

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
presented by Phil Wilson. Proceeds will benefit the Charlotte County Historical Center programs.
Tickets must be purchased before Sept.21.Tickets will not be available at the door. For tickets or
more information, call 941-629-PAST (7278).


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PROVIDED BY THE CULTURAL
CENTER
Local tribute artist Rick Hammond celebrates
'The King'with his show, "Snapshots of
Elvis"at 7 p.m. Sept. 18.
Hammond will be joined onstage by a full
live band, local favorites The Power Outage, and
well-known radio personality Charlie Shoe, for this
dynamic show.
Crowd pleasing tunes are sure to be heard all
evening including "Kentucky Rain,""Hound Dog,"
"Jailhouse Rock,""Heartbreak Hotel,"
"I Can't Help Falling In Love WithYou,"and
many more.


Hammond has been touring throughout Florida
for over ten years with this tremendous show. He
uses his performances as a vehicle to bring Elvis'
great music and unique personality back into the
lives and hearts of people who enjoy The King."
Hammond will play tricks on your eyes with his
jumpsuits and capes that hearken back to that
rock-n-roll icon of the'50s, '60s, and early '70s.
Maybe Elvis hasn't left the building...
Elvis was a multi-faceted performer in his on-
stage song choices. Hammond does his best to
capture this element of an Elvis show by perform-
ing songs that range from the 1968 Comeback
Special to country to gospel to songs that Elvis


made popular later in his career! You'll hear all
of those favorites from a bygone era during the
Snapshots of Elvis show.
Tickets are $15 each or two for $25.
Call the Cultural Center box office at 941-625-
4175 ext.221 for more information, or to place
your ticket order over the phone.
The Cultural Center is located at 2280 Aaron St.,
Port Charlotte.


PROVIDED BY USADANCE
The White Sands Chapter of USADance is
sponsoring a series of dance events for
the week of Sept. 17-25 at various dance
studios in the area.
It is an annual national event celebrated
throughout the country with demonstrations of
ballroom dance.The public is invited to attend
any and all of these events to learn more about
ballroom dance; to join in on the fun and to meet
new people!
The schedule:
Sept. 17 at Ballroom City at Payne Park
Auditorium, Sarasota dance to the music of
the Venturas and enjoy dance demonstrations by
professional instructor Jim Helmich with students
Betsey Buxton and Alice Busching.
Time 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. The cost is $10 per
person.


Sept.18 at Gotta Dance Studio in Noko-
mis dance to the music provided by Daniel
Fugazzotto; group lesson from 7 p.m.to 8 p.m.
with professional instructor Sue Adams; dancing
from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.; special group participation
dance led by Adams; cost is $10 per person.
Sept.21 at The Ballroom of Sarasota on
Swift Road dance to the music provided by
Daniel Fugazzotto; demonstrations of Argentine
Tango by Karen and Dave Bridegam; ChaCha by
professional Tayna Lilly and student Gary Hack-
enberg; Quickstep performed by professional
Barry Cotton and student Cynthia Olcott. Group
lesson from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. with John Moldthan;
dancing from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. The cost is $8 for
members; $10 for others.
Sept.25 at Sara Dance Studio on Fruitville
Road, Sarasota dance to the music of Larry
and Dorothy Dunaway; demonstrations by profes-
sional Louis Schreiber and student Kim Ceballos;


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Port Charlotte Beach Complex,
4500 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte
Cocktails at 5:30 p.m. & Dinner at 6:30 p.m.
Get a taste of New England with
Our 10th Anniversary specials '
for only $75, Twin Lobsters
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Other entrees include for
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$50 Steamer Pot, Sirloin Steak
Chicken Breast or Vegetarian
Stuffed Zucchini
Served with New England Clam Chowder, steamed clams and mussels, baked potato,
corn on the cob, hard-boiled egg, cole slaw, warm rolls, hot drawn butter and strawberry
shortcake along with coffee, ice tea and soda. Family-style seating
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PROVIDED BY NEW COLLEGE
New Music New College, the region's
cutting-edge series of contemporary
music, presents its 12th season beginning
this month.
Director Stephen Miles put together a program
featuring some of the most innovative musicians
of our time, coupled with performances featuring
New College of Florida students.
This year's venues include: the College's new
Black Box Theater in the Hamilton Student Center,
the Mildred Sainer Pavilion, College Hall and the
PepsiCo Arcade in the Caples Fine Arts Complex.
Subscriptions for the five-concert series are
$55, with single tickets priced at $15.
In addition to the series, three special New Mu-
sic events are planned: a November performance
of Cage's Song Books at the John and
Mable Ringling Museum of Art in the Searing
Galleries, and a February concert of mostly
contemporary music performed by the
Sarasota Orchestra as part of the college's 5
Oth anniversary celebration.New Music graduates
also will participate in the Ringling International
Arts Festival's "Family Festival" in October.
New College 2010-2010 Season
Contrasting Elements featuring guitarist/
composer Andrew McKenna Lee and percussion-
ist Michael McCurdy in a lecture/demonstration at


3:30 p.m. Sept.17, followed by a concert at 8 p.m.
Sept.18.Both programs are in the Mildred Sainer
Pavilion.Tickets are $15 for one concert or $55 for
the series.
John Cage's Song Books, performed
by New College faculty and students, will be
performed in concert at College Hall at 3 p.m. Nov
13 and 14.The companion lecture/demonstration
will be at 3:30 p.m. Nov 12 at College Hall. This is
NMNC's first production of the Song Books since
its landmark performance at the Ringling Museum
in 1998.
In the Dark features the JACK Quartet
performing George Friedrich Haas's "In iij. Noct" in
concert at 8 p.m. Jan. 14 and 15 and at 4 p.m.
Jan. 16 in the Black Box Theater at Hamilton
Center.The lecture/demonstration will be at 3
:30 p.m. Jan. 14 at the Black Box Theater.
Crossroads III features New College
student rock bands plus Sarasota Orchestra musi-
cians in concert at 8 p.m. March 4 in the PepsiCo
Arcade within the Caples Fine Arts Complex.
Single tickets $15, series $55
Dialogue presents the Borup-Ernst Duo in
a lecture/demonstration: April 29 at 3:30 p.m., and in
concert at 8 p.m. April 30 in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion.
Single tickets $15, series $55.
For information, visit www.newmusic-
newcollege.org, call 941-487-4888.


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Buddy's Pizza
822 Pinebrook Road, Venice.
941-484-6551.
Captain Eddies Seafood Restaurant
7_C madane, E., Nokomis.
Crow's Nest
1968 Tarpon Center Drive, Venice.
941-484-9551.
Honoluana Island Grill
222 Airport Ave.,Venice. 941-483-3553.
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941-488-3775.

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941-488-1456.
Snook Haven
5000 Venice Ave., Venice.
941-485-7221.
*TJ Carney's
231 W. Venice Ave., Venice.
941-480-9244.


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Gatorz
3816 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.

1020 El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte.
941-258-3444.
MS Rascal's Loony Bin
1182 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-255-5999.
Port Charlotte Elks
20225 Kenilworth Blvd.,
off Veterans Blvd., Port Charlotte.
941-627-9811.
Portside Tavern
3636 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-629-3055.
Q's Sports Bar and Girl
4030 Ta miami Trail,
Port Charlotte. 941-764-6969.
Sports City
4660 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-627-6264.
*Sun Flea Market
18505 Paulson Drive, Port Charlotte.
941-255-3532
Treasure Lanes
596 5 0 Trail, Port Charlotte.
Visani featuring The Comedy Zone
2400 Kings Highway, Port Charlotte.
941-629-9191.
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*Willies Cocktalls
4095TamiamiTrail, Port Charlotte
941-624-2245.
Ziggy's Lounge
825 B1 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-255-1080.


PUNTA GORDA
American Legion
2101 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda -
941-639-6337.
Captain's Table Lounge
1200 W. Retta Esplanade,
Punta Gorda
941-637-1177.
Dan ny's Deep Creek Pub
24901 Sandhill Blvd. Unit 14,
Punta Gorda.
941-764-0640.
Dean's South of The Border
130 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda
941-575-6100.
Harpoon Harry's
1200 W. Retta Esplanade,
Punta Gorda.
941-637-1177.
Jack's Cafe
201 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda.
941-637-8800.
Fishermen's Village
1200 W. Retta Esplanade,
Punta Gorda.
941-639-8721.
Moose heads
318 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda.
941-505-0404
The Perfect Caper
rd Ave., Punta Gorda.
Slip-Not Lounge
1601 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda
941-639-7677
*The Tavern Bar and Grill
126 W. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda.
941-639-7655.


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Buffalo Wild Wings
700 Sumter Crossings Drive,

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Old World Restaurant
14415 S.Tamiami Trail, North Port.
941-426-1155
Riverside Lounge at Budget Inn
14000 TamiamiTrail, North Port.
941-429-1534.
*VFW Post 8203
4860 Trott Circle, North Port.
941-426-6865.




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Alli-Gators Florida Grill and Bar
1441 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte
Town Center mall, Port Charlotte.
941-624-0067.
Boomers Sports Bar & Nightclub
2360 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-743-4140.
Bowland
3192 Harbor Blvd.,
Port Charlotte. 941-625-4794
Broad Street Bar & Grill at Treasure Lanes
1059 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte
941-625-3930
Chubby 2 Tavern
4109 Ta miami Trail, Port Charlotte.
941-613-0002.
Coyote's Bar & Grill
4300 Kings Hwy 412, Port Charlotte.
941-629-2114.
Deep Creek Elks
1133 Capricorn Blvd., Deep Creek.
941-764-6825.


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941-460-8362.
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401 N. Indiana Ave. Englewood
941-474-1404.
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941-474-9802.
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941-697-3616
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303 Rotonda Blvd. W., Rotonda.
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260 Maryland Ave., Englewood.
941-697-0859.
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birthday party at the culturall (enter
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treated to a Key West-style dinner and
danced to entertainment provided by
captainn Josh and Jim Morris and the
Big Bamboo Band. An auction was also
held with proceeds benefitting the
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and Judo in North Port recently,
under the instruction of Charles Dos
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BY SHARE DERRICKSON
SUN CORRESPONDENT
When As Bridges Burn took to the
stage recently at Corky's Rock-n-
Roll Bar and Grill in Port Charlotte,
the front of the stage quickly became packed
with loyal fans punching the air as lead
singer, Bobby Comeau, belted out growling,
hard-charging vocals and band mates drove
the music with equally powerful guitars and
drums.
The band is known not only for their heavy
rock sound, but also for their well-honed stage
presence and energy something the band
calls one of its strengths and something the
band members want people to remember -
that when they go to see them, they get more
than music, but a show.
When asked how the band, As Bridges
Burn, got their name, lead guitarist James
Arnold said, "Too many people burn bridges
too quickly before they know the situation"

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sections not destroy them.
"From all the bands we have been in, and
old friends that have a knack for burning
bridges and there is too much drama involved
and people get kicked out and those types of
situations. We are not like that."
The band that has been performing
frequently in Charlotte County, has been
together about a year and the members found
a synergy in one another."We are all parts
of different bands around the North Port and
Sarasota area," Arnold said.
Arnold, along with lead vocalist Bobby
Comeau, drummer Matt Borror, bass player
Rob Hirtzel, and guitarist Judd Broome, got
together in July of 2009."We met through
playing shows together and made kind of a
local super group,"Arnold said.


One of the benefits the band has over
some others, Arnold said, is that they are a
more mature group ranging in age from 27
to 31."We are professionals and show up for
rehearsal on time and leave our problems at
the door,"he said.
"And every show we play we play with
everything we've got. Everything."
The band, that plays mostly original music
with a few metal covers, works together when
writing the music."We don't have a set par-
ticular theme we are not trying to talk about
politics. We talk about everyday life.
One song, "One Dose," is about drug
addictions and trying to help people with
those types of issues. Each song has its own
message.
As Bridges Burn has been working
diligently on its EP due for release in early
October."It is going to called Sever the
Ties, Arnold said, adding that on the EP will
be fan favorites, including the popular song,

"AsABridhesbBurns fan base in Charlotte
County has grown since it began playing at
local music venues like Corky's in Port Char-
lotte. Arnold gives the Battle of the Bands in
May held at the former club Wise Guys for
introducing them to a whole new crowd of
followers.
"That really did help spawn it for us in Port
Charlotte and help our fan base in the North
Port area. Up until then, we mostly played in
the Tampa and Sarasota area."
"We are looking forward to playing Rockto-
berfest at the Charlotte State Fairgrounds on
October 16."
To learn more about As Bridges Burn, to
listen to their music, or to see their upcoming
schedule of performances, visit their website
at www.myspace.com/asbridgesburn.
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Alpha and Omega (PG)
Lionsgate presents this
animated tale of two wolves --
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(voiced by Justin Long and ;
Hayden Panettiere) trying to
find their way home to their
pack after being kidnapped.
Christina Ricci, Danny Glover,
Dennis Hopper, and Larry


Dinner for


in unimaginable tragedy. Buckling under
the weight of his conscience after years of
parting desperate believers with their money,
Cotton and his crew plan to film a confession-
ary documentary of this, his last exorcism. But
upon arriving at the already blood drenched
family farm, it is soon clear that nothing could
have prepared him for the true evil he encoun-
ters there. Now, too late to turn back, Reverend
Marcus'own beliefs are shaken to the core
when he and his crew must find a way to save
Nell -and themselves before it is too late.

Lottery Ticket (PG-13) C
Kevin Carson, a young man living in the
projects, wins $370 million in a nationwide lot-
tery.Whenehsacyhpert n tic ghbnors

his possession, Kevin must survive their
-
greedy and sometimes even threatening ac-
tions over a three-day holiday weekend before
he can claim his prize.

Machete (R) C
After being nearly killed during a violent
fight with a powerful drug lord, a Mexican
Federal known as Machete (Danny Trejo)
roams Texas streets as a vigilante and
sometime day-laborer. Hired by a corrupt.
senator to perform a covert hit, Machete is
double-crossed and forced to go on the run.
Machete may be down, but not out, and he
carves a path of blood, bullets and broken
hearts in a mission to settle the score.


Nanny McPhee
Returns (PG) B
In the latest installment, Nanny McPhee
appears at the door of a harried young
mother, Mrs. Isabel Green, who is trying to
run the family farm while her husband is
away at war. But, once she's arrived, Nanny
McPhee discovers that Mrs. Green's children
are fighting a war of their own against two
spoiled city cousins who have just moved in
and refuse to leave. Relying on everything
from a 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.

Resident Evil:
Afterlife (R) C
In a world overrun with the walking dead,
Alice (Milla Jovovich) continues her battle
against Umbrella Corp., rounding up survi-
vors along the way. Joined by an old friend,
Alice and her group set out for a rumored
safe haven in Los Angeles. Instead of sanc-
tuary, they find the city overrun with zombies,
and a trap about to spring.


Eat, Pray, Love (PG-13) B
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 sometimes one realizes too little
too late that they haven't gotten what they
truly wanted from life. On the heels of a pain-
ful divorce, the woman who had previously
looked forward to a contented life of domesti-
cated bliss sets out to explore the world and
seek out her true destiny


Inception (PG-13) B+
Warner Bros. presents the new film by
Christopher Nolan, this one taking on a
sci-fi psychological spin for the serious-
minded action auteur, with Leonardo
DiCaprio spearheading the cast.

The Last Exorcism
(PG-13) C
When he arrives on the rural Louisiana
farm of Louis Sweetzer, the Reverend Cotton
Marcus expects to perform just another
routine "exorcism"on a disturbed religious
fanatic. An earnest fundamentalist, Sweetzer
has contacted the charismatic preacher as
a last resort, certain his teenage daughter
Nell is possessed by a demon who must be
exorcized before their terrifying ordeal ends


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.

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 Eliza-
beth Winstead) skates into his heart, he finds she has
temosttroublesomebaggageofall:anevilarmyof
ex-boyfriends who will stop at nothing to eliminate him
as Ramona's suitor.

Step Up 3D (PG-13) C
New York's intense street dancing under-
ground comes alive in eye-popping Digital
3D in the third installment of the Step Up
franchise as the raw, passion-fueled
culture goes global. A tight-knit group of
street dancers, including Luke (Rick Malam-
.
bri) 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 Switch (PG-13) B-
A 40-year-old unmarried woman decides
to become pregnant by inseminating herself
with a turkey faster. 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.

The Town (R)
Ben Affleck adapts '.1
author Chuck Hogan's
Hammett Prize-winning
novel concerning four
thieves who are hunted on
the streets of Boston by a
determined FBI agent and
a woman with the power to bring them all
to their knees.

Takers (PG-13) C
Takers takes you into the world of a notorious
group of criminals who continue to baffle
police by pulling off perfectly executed
bank robberies. They are in and out like
clockwork, leaving no evidence behind and
laying low between heists. But when they at-
tempt to pull off one last job with more money
at stake than ever before, the crew may
find their plans interrupted by a hardened
detective (Matt Dillon) who is hell-bent on
solving the case.


The American (R) B+
George Clooney stars in the title role of
this suspense thriller. As an assassin, Jack
(Clooney) is constantly on the move and
always alone. After a job in Sweden ends
more harshly than expected for this Ameri-
can abroad, Jack retreats to the Italian
countryside. He relishes being away from
death for a spell as he holes up in a small
medieval town. While there, Jack takes
an assignment to construct a weapon for
a mysterious contact, Mathilde (Thekla
Reuten). Savoring the peaceful quietude
he finds in the mountains of Abruzzo,
Jack accepts the friendship of local priest
Father Benedetto (Paolo Bonacelli) and
pursues a torrid liaison with a beautiful
woman, Clara (Violante Placido). Jack
and Clara's time together evolves into a
romance, one seemingly free of danger.
But by stepping out of the shadows, Jack
may be tempting fate.


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, planning 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 ve-
hicles 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 greatest villain has just met his great-
est challenge: three little girls named Margo,
Edith and Agnes.


September 15-21, 2010 ENCV


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Watched anew movie lately?


Devil (PG-13)
People (Chris Messina,
Geoffrey Arend) become
trapped in an elevator with a
malevolent entity.


Miller also supply voices for the Crest Anima- Tim (Paul Rudd) a rising executive, works
for a boss who hosts a monthly event in
tion production, helmed by Anthony Bell and
Ben Gluck from a script by Chris Denk. which the guest who brings the biggest
buffoon gets a career-boost. Though he de-
clines the invitation at first, Tim changes his
mind when he meets Barry (Steve Carell)'
a man who builds dioramas using stuffed
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engagement to his fiancee.

Easy A (PG-13)
The escape of a little
white lie teaches a clean-
cut teenager (Emma Stone)
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BY CHARLES BALLARO
SUN CORRESPONDENT
Sports fans no longer have an excuse for
missing their favorite teams in action,
or missing out on a good meal in the
process.
Bogey's, located at 652 E. Venice Ave., Venice,
will not leave you hungry for food or for any
athletic competition, as witnessed by the dozens
of televisions hung on the walls and at the indi-
vidual tables or the sports memorabilia and team
flags hanging in every spare corner.
Founded in 1998, Bogey's was bought by
Albert Myara three years ago and since has
grown to include another location in Bradenton,
with plans for another one in the near future, said
manager Brittany Larson.
"We have 34 TVs and we show everything
from lacrosse, hockey to swimming. We even
have five screens on the patio," Larson said."We
just got misters to make it 10-degrees cooler in
the hot weather."
While sports is the main attraction, it's the
food that brings people back. Bogey's fare is
what you might expect from a sports bar; wings,
burgers, salads, seafood and pizza.
"We're known for our wings and pizza.We can
make platters of 50 for you to pick up," Larson
said."The soup is homemade and nothing is
frozen."
Among the signature dishes at Bogeys is
the French onion soup with melted cheese and
croutons and onions underneath; and the "boom-
boom"shrimp, fried shrimp in a spicy sauce with
ranch dressing.


The wings come in nine flavors and start at
$8.99 for an order of 10.
You can also indulge in the chicken burrito
with melted cheese, salsa, sour cream, onions,
lettuce and tomato, or the personal pepperoni
pizza.
Bogey's features a weekly menu with specials
for each weekday.Turkey Thursday is the huge
seller, Larson said, as is Fish Fry Friday
Bogey's also has 16 beers on tap, with Happy
Hour from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. and from 9 p.m. until
close, perfect for while you watch your favorite
NFL team.
Bogey's also features the beer tube; 100
ounces of beer, which Larson describes as a
"tap at the table" and the Bogey Brew, two beers
for $2.99. They also have specialty drinks with a
sports theme, like the Stress Reliever, Absolut
mandarin and Parrot Bay coconut rum with
pineapple and cranberry juice.
Bogey's always has something going on,
such as golf tournaments and bus trips to see
the Rays.They also host the Venice Hall of
Fame, featuring the town's greatest athletes and
community volunteers.They also host the Venice
Indians after every game.
"After the game, all the players and cheerlead-
ers come, sometimes with the visitors," Larson
said.
Bogey's is open Monday through Saturday
from 11:30 a.m.until midnight and Sunday from
noon until 11 p.m.
For more information, call Bogey's at
941-488-9156 or visit their website at
www.bogeyssports.com.


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Englewood Idol Competition. Audience members
will voted at the competition and the winner was
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