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THE FREE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
DECEMBER 3, 1992
Affection for Island is carved onto brick walkway
By Joy Courtney
It is exciting to look down and see your family's
name carved into a bold, sturdy brick, knowing it's
part of a road leading into the Island's future; a piece
of the Island, a piece of posterity.
The first phase of a perpetual beautification project
has been completed. The "Anna Maria Island Walk" has
finally been laid, named brick by unnamed brick, after
years of planning lead by Commissioner Mary Ross and
Mike Miller both of Anna Maria City. A brainchild of
citizen Ruth Elliott, the project started two years ago this,
Friday when the City's Beautification Committee was
looking for a way to finance landscaping public grounds
without using tax payer's dollars.
"This is going to be a kick when our friends
come to visit. We'll bring them here to get a picture
of all of us by our brick," commented Jan Test as she
looked over her family's brick in the walk. The Test
family was one of the first of the 211 persons or fami-
lies who purchased bricks during the 20 months prior
to installation. "We almost forgot we bought one,"
Since the walk has been installed, 60 more Is-
landers, friends of Islanders, and lovers of Anna
Maria Island have signed up to have their own per-
manent footprint in the Island's sand; each engraved
brick capturing the idea of how people feel about
Anna Maria Island.
Purchased in Colorado and engraved in Indiana,
the placement of the named bricks has a planned pat-
tern in the walk.
"Until the remaining 700 named bricks are sold
and installed, the pattern is a little difficult to see. It's
a one, two, one, two, pattern in both directions which
will guarantee that there will always be blank bricks
around a named brick. We wanted it this way so the
walk would never looked cluttered. We wanted each
name to stand out," explained Miller.
"I think its nice. It makes a memory," said
Gwen Desmarais of her family's brick.
Added Test, "It's special to think people will be
walking along and see your name here as being part
of an Island project and part of the Island itself."
"The names on the bricks are all personal names,"
explained Miller. "There are no clubs, businesses, dates,
or 'in memory of's.' We encourage people to consider
At its regular meeting on Monday, Novem-
ber 23, the Metropolitan Planning Organization
(MPO) did not postpone the 1994/95 start date
for the new, fixed span Manatee Avenue Bridge.
Postponement of the start date was not an agenda
item for the MPO, although it was obviously
hoped for by opponents of the bridge.
As you have previously read in The Is-
lander/Bystander, opponents of the fixed span
bridge strongly requested the City of Holmes
Beach rescind its pro-bridge resolution in order
for them to have more ammunition with the
MPO, and then the Florida Department of Trans-
A slight chip in the concrete was realized,
however. It is possible that there will be a MPO
sanctioned committee formed of county and city
elected officials, to be chaired by Manatee
County Commissioner Kent Chetlain, in order to
take a second look at the scheduled Manatee
Avenue replacement bridge.
Photos: Joy Courtay
A partnership for history
The Desmarais and Test families ofAnna Maria Island join members ofAnna Maria City's Beautification Committee.
The families are standing near their engraved bricks now part of the Island Walk while the committee members prepare
to landscape plants paid for by the proceeds from the Island Walk project. From left to right are: Walter and Gwen
Desmarais, James Doherty, son ofIslander Jan Test, Jan with husband Todd, and Jan's second son, Pat Doherty.
Kneeling are Anna Maria City Commissioner Mary Ross, and beautification volunteers Mike Miller and Ed Brown.
the bricks as a very personal and intimate statement of
their affection for the Island. Many of the bricks are en-
graved with just first names."
The proceeds from the walk go toward the
beautification of public grounds in Anna Maria City.
The Beautification Committee began its project
around city hall and the Island Players. Two years
later it is a lush, native, low maintenance Florida gar-
den and, as proceeds from the bricks come in, the
committee plans to expand to other areas of the city.
"The Island Walk project will be on-going,"
said Miller. "The potential from the bricks available
for the existing walk could bring us over $18,000.
This will pay for plants and materials to beautify our
public grounds for years to comeand it goes a long
way, because all labor is donated by volunteers."
Miller continued,"I really want to make the public
understand that in return for their "footprint in the sand"
their dollars are and will be used frugally. If a profes-
sional landscaper had been employed to do the same
landscaping we have done (outside city hall), the cost
would not be unreasonable at $50,000.
"We started the City Hall area with the money
from the first 200 bricks, $5,000 from the City to install
walks, sprinklers and other permanent items, donations
of plants, potting our own cuttings, and, especially, with
the labor done by volunteers."
Miller finished, "the Island is a beautiful place. We
just want to do what we can to keep it that way for the
enjoyment of all its citizens."
There will be an excellent opportunity to purchase
original works of art and crafts for gift giving this week-
end at the annual Festival of Fine Arts, hosted by the
Anna Maria Island Art League, December 5 and 6.
In addition to the booths of ovef100 artists and
craftsmen, a day-long program of entertainment will
keep the place hoppin' starting one hour after the show
opens at 9a.m.
The Festival takes place on the grounds behind the
Holmes Beach City Hall, 5901 Marina Drive, Holmes
Beach. There will be plenty of shopping fun, entertain-
ment, and food for the whole family. Admission is free.
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What is so interesting?
The Test and Desmaraisfamilies ofAnna Maria Island look
for their engraved bricks in the new Island Walk outside
Anna Maria City Hall and the Island Players in Anna
Maria City. This head-down walk is a common sight since
the installation. Engraved brick proceeds go toward
beautification projects planned throughout the City.
SKIMMING THE NEWS ...
* Letters page 3
* Police Report page 4
* Heritage Week page 8
* School Lunch Menu page 6
* Community Center Schedule page 7
* Classifieds page 11
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When you read the front page headline on the No-
vember 25 edition of The Islander/Bystander, "Armed
gunman robs Church of Annunciation." and the week's
police reports, we hope it was as obvious to you that Is-
landers could cut their crime rate by using plain, old
common sense just lock our cars, homes, and busi-
Anna Maria Island is a paradise, but we must ex-
ist within the reality of 1992.
Lock up and lock crime out!
Thanks for the news
Thank you for continuing the Island tradition with
a community newspaper!
It is important to Island residents that we keep in-
formed of any issues that could affect the Island now or
in the future.
It was proven in the first issue of the new Weekly,
formerly The Island Sun, that local news would be lost.
Keep up the good work
Children are the future
Children will become our government leaders,
owners of businesses, part of the country's work force
and shape the world of tomorrow. But education does
not begin in universities, in training centers or even post
graduate studies. It begins here, on this island and in
every town and city across our great nation.
Education is not limited to educational institu-
tions. It is the total co-operative effort of parents,
teachers and the community. You, as part of that com-
munity, also take an active role in the education of our
children. We are fortunate here that our community
school, Anna Maria Elementary, has always enjoyed
the reputation of excellence. Again, it is through this
co-operative effort of the entire community that makes
this possible. It is the focal point of our island that
draws everyone together.
We are rapidly becoming a global society. Tech-
nology is such that communication can be instanta-
neous. Computers make information available at the
press of a button, yet there is still an overwhelming de-
sire for the continuation of "tradition values." We, at
Anna Maria School, need to expand our walls and be-
come involved with all segments of the educational pro-
cess. That is why a survey developed by our School
Improvement Committee has been submitted to the
families of our students asking for their opinions con-
cerning a variety of topics. We at Anna Maria Elemen-
tary would like the community's input as we make de-
cisions for our school. We are presently developing
both short and long range goals that we hope will make
a difference in our children's future.
On behalf of the students, staff, parents and the
community, I welcome everyone to be an integral and
viable part of our programs and objectives. Please feel
free to contact me at 778-1125 at any time if there is
anything on which you wish to comment.
James P. Kronus
Principal, Anna Maria School
Kudos to all from
Artists Guild and AMICC
Heritage Week sponsored by the Artists Guild and
the Anna Maria Community Center was a great success.
It seems commonplace to thank the Island and off Is-
land businesses for their participation, but the fact re-
mains that without their support and generosity, com-
bined with the enthusiasm of the community of Anna
Maria Island, nothing would be accomplished.
With that in mind, a heartfelt "thank you" goes to
the following advertisers: Stacey's Buffet, Anna Maria
Island Chamber of Commerce, Duffy's Tavern, AMI
West Sportswear, Beach Bistro, Gulf Drive Cafe, Sweet
Spoone Restaurant, Pete Reynard's Restaurant, Heron's
Watch Gallery, Over the Bridge Gallery, Chez Andre
Restaurant, Kennedy Studio, Cafe Robar Restaurant,
the Island Players, Harrington House, Harlan's 1 Hour
Photo, Betsy Hills Real Estate, Fran Maxon Real Es-
tate, Island Package Liquors, LaPensee Plumbing, Is-
land Foods, Irene's Resort Wear, Head to Toe Salon,
Bay Area Travel, Holmes Beach Barber Shop, Far
Away Places Travel Service, Mister Roberts Sports-
wear, Barnett Bank, First Union Mixon Insurance,
John P. Huth Insurance, Huffine Amoco, The Home
Hardware, Griffith-Cline Funeral Home, West Coast
Refrigeration, Helen White, Sandbar Restaurant,
Cavanagh Marine Repair, Air & Energy.
Another "thank you" to the businesses and indi-
viduals who donated raffle prizes. They were Peggy
Potter, Woody Candish, Doug Wolfe, The Inn Between,
Eckerd Drugs, Home True Value Hardware, Bealls
Department Store, Bradenton Beauty Academy,
Webb's Island Arcade, Marina Jack's, Sign of the Mer-
maid, Fast Eddie's Place, Key West Willie's,
Capalbo's, Shenkel's Restaurant, The Harbor House,
Shells, Inez Hansen, Haley's Motel, Joan Abrahamson,
Lois Murray, Riley Conarroe, Rachel E. Kaufman,
Trudy's Hallmark, Bob's Hair & Co., The Brown Peli-
can, In-Line Skates, The Hunt Club, The Pier Restau-
rant, The Bridge Tender Inn, Crown & Thistle, D. Coy
Ducks, Sugar & Spice Family Restaurant, Leverock's,
Tip of the Island, Tia Lena's and Cavanagh Marine
While I'm at it, "thank you" for a forum to ex-
press our appreciation.
Co-chairman Heritage Arts Week, Artists Guild
Editor's Note: It is our pleasure.
1993 officers installed for High 12
Two variances passed
in Anna Maria City
Two property owners got the official OK to the
specific variance each had requested from the City of
The corer lot located in the 800 blk of N. Bay
Blvd. is empty at this time. Owners received a variance
to the rear setback requirements in order to build. The
owners of a home in the 700 blk of Jacaranda received
a variance in reference to an upstairs addition centered
around the Federal Emergency Management Agency's
In additional business during the Anna Maria City
Commission meeting held November 24, the adoption
of a new building permit application form and clarifica-
tion of the City's zoning appeals procedures were put
on hold by the Commissioners because all work had not
Just-picked pecans to raise funds
Holiday bakers, tie your aprons on. Just-picked
and shelled pecans from Alabama are available for sale
as part of the Mistletoe Ball fund-raiser to benefit the
Anna Maria Island Community Center.
One-pound bags of the Sweetwater Pecan
Company's mid-November harvest are available for
You can purchase your pecans at the Community
Center, 707 Magnolia Avenue, Anna Maria City; Home
True Value Hardware in the Holmes Beach Island
Shopping Center, or through the Mistletoe Ball Chair-
person Harriet Carew at 778-1282.
The pecans will be for sale throughout the holi-
The Anna Maria City Commission will
hold its work session Tuesday, December 8, at
7:30 p.m. at city hall.
The Bradenton Beach City Council will
hold a regular meeting at 7 p.m., Thursday, De-
cember 3, at city hall.
The Holmes Beach City Council will hold
its work session on Thursday, December 3, at
7:30 p.m. at city hall.
Pictured (front row, left to
right) fob Armstrong,
director; Wayne Aldrich,
McGillivray, director; Stan
Gallagher, second vice-
president; Chester Milley,
president; (back row, left to
right) Dick Art, Masonic
representative; John Lasson,
Stittsworth, installing officer;
Bill Bingler, secretary/
treasurer; Rev. Al Butterfield,
chaplain; Jay Barbour, third
vice-president; Fred Atwood,
sergeant at arms. Not
pictured are Dan Ossman,
first vice-president; Earl
Baumruck, director, and
Erwin Morley, director.
SWe could live with dirty carpet, but who wants to?!
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Island Police Reports
City of Anna Maria
11/21/92 Found Property 100 block Spring Avenue
11/22/92 Domestic disturbance 500 blk Spring Avenue
Husband came home apparently had been drinking, wife
hides keys, he responds by becoming angry, slapping her about
the head and shoulders. Wife calls Police, husband located at
local bar, arrested and transported for a stay at the Manatee
County Jail. Released next day (120.00 bond)
11/25/92 Burglary 200 Cypress Avenue
Rental-people who own commute from Lakeland, nothing
appeared to be missing.
11/23/92 12:09 am Assault on a law enforcement officer and
disorderly intoxication: Donald Wade Fulford.
Officers arrived at a local bar to find Fulford swinging a pool
cue, threatening to kill everyone in the bar. Officers instructed
him five times to drop the pool cue, which he refused. He then
came at the officers in a menacing manner. The officers were
forced to draw weapons and Fulford put the pool cue down.
Reports were not available from Holmes Beach.
TO BE WED
Pamela Edwards to Troy Edwards
Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Ross Edwards of Bradenton
have announced the engagement of their daughter, Pamela
Christine, to Troy Allan Edwards of Bradenton and son
of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Robert Edwards of Holmes Beach.
The couple are planning to marry in March at St.
Pamela is a sales assistant with Raymond James &
Associates, Inc. Troy is vice president of Edwards Con-
Janet Michelle to Richard M. Mozer
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ogle of Bradenton an-
nounced the engagement of their daughter, Janet Michelle,
to Richard Morley Mozer of Holmes Beach. Richard is
the son of Richard R. and Peggy C. Mozer of Sao Paulo,
Brazil. A wedding date has not been set.
Janet is a 1991 graduate of Manatee High School
and attended Manatee Community College. She is in the
U. S. Navy, stationed at the Naval School of Health Sci-
ence in San Diego, Calif..
Richard M. is a 1989 graduate of Escola Graduada
de Sao Paulo, Brazil, and received an associate of arts
degree in secondary education from Manatee Community
College in 1992.
Happy Birthday, Islander Frank Kelly!
87 years young last week.
Edmundson to speak to Hi-12
The Anna Maria High Twelve Club will hold its
regular weekly meeting on Thursday, December 3, with a
luncheon at Pete Reynard's Restaurant in Holmes Beach.
Social hour will be at 11 am. followed by noon luncheon.
The guest speaker will be Lieutenant General James
V. Edmundson, U. S. Air Force (Retired) who will present
his view of the structure and mission of the U. S. armed
forces in the post-Cold War era.
All Master Masons and their guests are invited.
Reservations for Ladies' Day must be made with
John Lasson at 778-0115.
Library program announced
Starting December 1, the Island Branch Library will
feature three displays.
Artist Carl Voyles will display his watercolor and
pen ink sketches. Julia Stewart of Holmes Beach will loan
the library a family painting entitled, "Gift of the Magi."
The dimensions of this painting are six feet by four feet.
Featured in the display case will be staff Christmas memo-
ries through personal ornaments.
The Island Branch Library is located at 5701 Marina
Drive, Holmes Beach. For information call 778-6341.
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The saga continues with a recipe contributed by
Joann Kratzmiller of Holmes Beach, who stopped in
our office with this recipe, given to her "about 20 years
ago by my Southem grandmother, who was otherwise a
very proper lady!" Her recipe for the "white" version of
last week's chocolate cake follows.
In 9" by 13" pan, bake as directed one box
yellow cake mix.
When cake comes out of oven, score deeply
with ice pick, and top while still hot with the fol-
1 cup milk
2 cups sugar
(Bring to boil & cook, stirring, till sugar dis-
Add 6 oz. frozen coconut from 9 oz. package
saving 3 oz. for final topping.
Wrap tightly with double layer of foil and set
aside till completely cooled.
Ice cake with one medium-sized container
Cool Whip, sprinkle with remaining 3 oz. coconut,
re-wrap with foil, and refrigerate till time to serve.
Keep leftovers refrigerated.
Now we know there are more things in life that
transcends generations! Thank you for your contribu-
tion. Dee Becker, Dee's Kitchen
If it's Wednesday, it must be bingo
St. Bemard Catholic Church will have its weekly
bingo game this evening, Wednesday, December 2. Early
Bird starts at 6 p.m., with regular bingo following at 7 p.m.
St. Bemard is located at 248 S. Harbor Drive,
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Eric Bergan, owner, after hours: 778-5972
All welcome to
"Covered Dish" Dinner
A "covered dish" Christmas dinner will be fea-
tured for the program at the gallery of the Artists Guild
on Monday, December 7 at 6:30 p.m., and all are wel-
come to partake.
Pat Kenney, keyboardist, will direct a Christmas
The yearly election of officers will follow.
The Gallery is located at 5414 Marina Drive, Is-
land Shopping Center, Holmes Beach. For more infor-
mation call 778-6694.
Dance, dance the night away
"Kiss me once and kiss me twice," and the sound the
big band era are promising to lure dancers to their feet at
the Mistletoe Ball this weekend.
The gymnasium at the Anna Maria Island Commu-
nity Center will be transformed into a holiday ballroom
extraordinaire for the first-ever Mistletoe Ball dinner dance
happening this Friday evening, December 4.
The Big Band sound ofDebra Jean & the Melotones
will be featured.
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Breakfast: Toast w/Cheese or Peanut Butter, Fruit
Lunch: Macaroni & Cheese, Mixed Vegetables,
Hot Roll, Citrus Salad or Cup
All meals include milk.
"We all have the strength to endure the misfortunes of others."
La Rochefoucauld (1613-1680)
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THE FREE VOICE OF ANNA MARIA ISLAND
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For the week ending November 20, the following pupils were awarded "Student of the Week" at Anna Maria
Elementary School. Front row, left to right: Ben Rigney and David Lanzillo. Middle row, left to right: Lauren Bucci,
Heather Biesele, Jessica Hoffman, Jamiee Milks, Cassondra Fatolitis, Marissa DiStasio. Back row, left to right:
Taylor Bernard, Evan Purcell, Erica Webb, Amanda Baxter, Nerissa McClung and Lauren Wherley.
When I grow up
Considering careers of the
future, Anna Maria
Elementary School students
used Career Day to wear the
dress of the occupations they
were interested in. From left
to right are: Sarah Fazioli
(3rd grade) as a waitress,
Kimberly Berrett (5th grade)
as a judge, Niki Wirth (5th
grade) as a secretary and
Dr. (need we say more)
Misty A. Kinney (3rd grade).
Photos: Joy Courtmy
The Chiropractic Association
sponsored a poster contest at
Anna Maria School. The
following students' posters
were chosen the most
interesting of the bunch.
These winners received gift
certificates for Toys-R-Us
ranging in value from $10 to
$30. The winners are (front
row, left to right) Lindsey
Geeraerts, Alisha Caudill and
Ditra Paloski.; (back row, left
to right) Josh Armstrong and
McKenzie Wilkins. Not
pictured is Lilo Baldetta who
recently moved to Kansas
leaving behind one proud
Island grandmother, Liselore
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By Joy Courtney
I can remember one remarkable week in my special feeling of dedication, determination and the
life when I was 13 years old. For one full, seven security of a true calling that that week has stayed
day period I not only knew but felt in every nook of with me to this day. I wonder if my mother knew?
my heart that I wanted to be a nun. It was such a Five years later I joined the Marine Corps.
'ey and West Bradenton
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Tell it like it is i
Making the morning
announcement for Anna
Maria Elementary' s
Career Day, part of
Week, are students (top
to bottom) Kyle Ritter,
Lucina Courtney, Marc
Manali and Jessica
Foraker. These students
are members ofMs.
Vicki Small's 4/5 class.
The Anna Maria Island Community
Center's innovative cookbook, "A Taste
of Paradise," is currently undergoing a
second run through the presses and is
Just imagine an easy and delicious
way to send a "piece" of our Island to
family and friends around the nation and
even the world!
k available again
Anna Maria personalities and specialty
restaurants. All proceeds from the sales
of "A Taste of Paradise" benefit the over
40 programs for all ages offered at the
Anna Maria Island Community Center.
The soft-cover book, featuring
scores of original line drawings, sells for
$10 for one to four copies; or $8.95, five
to nine copies.
The cookbook features a unique Is- Any questions will be answered by
land compilation of favorite recipes from the Center at 778-1908.
Acid Rain: Kids can do their part to
save the environment and the Island
Up in the Sky When we look up, we see the clouds and the blue sky. But
there are other things in the sky that we do not see. Some of these are harmful to the
What Happens When power plants bum coal to make electricity, and when
cars bum gasoline, invisible gases are released into the air. Some of these gases can
mix with water and make it acidic, like lemon juice or vinegar.
What Can Happen Sometimes the gases get into rain clouds, where they get
mixed in with rain or snow. Then the acid falls back to earth with the rain or snow.
This is call acid rain.
Bad News Acid rain is extremely harmful to plants, rivers and likes, and the
creatures that live in them. In some places it is killing forests. And it pollutes the
water that animals and people need to drink.
Our Mission It's very important for us to stop making acid rain. One good
way to do that is to drive our cars less. Another good way is to save energy. The less
energy we use, the less coal those power plants will have to bum.
Reprinted from "Simple Things Kids Can Do To Save The Earth, "The EarthWorks Group
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Anna Maria Island Community Center Schedule
After School Programs
Latch Key T.L.C., a Time for Learning Creatively. Transporta-
tion from Anna Maria School, a healthy snack, a super staff and
activities galore! $4 per day. Scholarship assistance available.
4-7 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Youth Softball League
Ages 11-17. Starts September 14. Call Paula, 778-1908.
Jazz Dance Class
Thursday. Beginners, 3:30; Intermediate, 4:30; Junior, 5:30
p.m.; Advanced, 9:30 a.m. Sat., Instructor Lisa Gallo, 795-1816.
Tap Dance Class
Wednesday. Beginners, 3:30; Intermediate, 4:30; Junior, 5:30
p.m. Instructor Lisa Gallo, 795-1816.
Junior Chess Club
Brand new for students of all ages under the guidance of the Anna
Maria Chess Club. Friday, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. Check!
"Miss Lisa" Gallo will offer pre-school ballet for pre-school ages
3, 4, and 5 from 9:30 10:30 a.m. Saturday. 795-1816.
Volunteer Roy McChesney will hold a free clinic for elementary
school students at 3:30 p.m. Monday. He will work with older
youth at 4:30 p.m. Monday. Call Center 778-1908.
Youth Art Classes
With noted professional Julie Claudel Stewart "Storybooking,"
4:30 p.m. Tuesday.
Ages 5-12 and 13-17. Registration $25. Volunteers welcome.
Lois Murray welcomes beginners and intermediates alike. Mon-
days, 10 a.m. to noon, 1-3 p.m. $20 for 16 weeks.
Wednesday, 1-3 p.m., Lillian Riche, 778-4082.
With Sheree Welch, 778-7989. Saturday, 9:30 am.; Tuesday,
Thursday, 7 p.m. Fees per class or for group of classes.
Regular bridge. All are welcome. 12:30 p.m. every Tuesday.
Information June Ardovino, 778-5865.
Writing to Publish
With freelance writer Helen Nettleton, 778-9384. Tuesday
9:30-11:30 a.m. $40 for 8 weeks.
Monday 10:30-1130 a.m. Friday 9-10 am. Instructor Tanya
Slack, 795-4799. $3 a class.
Gals and guys, no partner needed. Tuesday, 11 a.m. noon.
Instructor Tanya Slack, 795-4799. $2 a class.
Round-robin tourneys at 8 a.m. every Monday through Friday.
Year-round court membership and day passes available.
Crafts & Sewing
With Naomi Vaught, 722-9774. Wednesday, 9:30-11:30 am.
Tuesday, 8 10 p.m. $1.00 donation. All welcome!
Wednesday, 7-9 p.m. $1.00 donation. All welcome!
Thursday, noon to 3 p.m. All invited!
Island Travel Club
First Thursday of every month, 9:30 to 11 am. Information call
Harriet Davis, 778-3418.
Big Band Dance
Featuring Debra Jean & The Melotones 7-piece orchestra. First
ever Mistletoe Ball dinner dance gala fundraiser Friday, Decem-
ber 4, tickets now on sale.
Call the Center for information: 778-1908
Remember...Volunteers are ALWAYS welcome at the
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FAMILY OWNED AND
OVER 10 YEARS
7:30 TO 5
SAT. 8 TO 12
We specialize in custom cabinet making:
formica tops, entertainment centers, vanities
and kitchens. Millwork wood cut to size.
213 54th Street Holmes Beach 778-3082
Located just West of the Island Shopping Center
Island talent the tops at
Heritage Vaudeville Show
Islander Pat Kenney belts out favorites from the roaring 20s accompanied by the versatile and talented Rampart Street
Players Dixie Land Band. Apparently Kenney's been modest about her talent before appearing in the Community
Vaudeville Show. A friend of hers was overheard saying, "I didn't know she could do that!"
With lustrous finishes, Kohler stainless steel kitchen sinks
reflect a strict attention to style and function. Visit our showroom
- La Pensee Plumbing can help you achieve your kitchen or bath
design. We are a full service company, specializing in repairs,
remodeling and new construction.
THE BOLD LOOK
5348-B Gulf Drive Holmes Beach
Shave and a
haircut two bits
The Roser Men's
entertained with quality
harmony. Members left to
right are Jim Nichols, Cliff
Burgeson, Bill Willis and
Rev. Al Butterfield.
Dance the night away
The Little Mermaids performed their
intermediate tap routine before an
audience gathered to enjoy a night of
local talent at the Community
Vaudeville Show during the Island's
Heritage Week. Also performing dance
routines were The Shoe Shine Junior
Tap Class and The Allrights Junior
Jazz Class. These three groups are
under the direction and instruction of
Lisa Gallo who teaches dance on a
regular basis at the Anna Maria Island
We have a winner
Winning one of the many, many raffle prizes donated by area businesses was JoAnn
Curtan. Her prize, won with a one dollar raffle ticket, was a beautiful basket donated by
Bealls Department Store.
All proceeds earned from the week-long events of Heritage week are ear-marked to
benefit art programs offered by the Artists Guild of Anna Maria Island and the more than 40
programs offered by the Anna Maria Island Community Center.
Video Games Pool Tables
Other Games and Snacks
for "Stocking Stuffers"
Bring in report cards for
A = 3 tokens, B = 2 tokens
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with purchase of
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Special Regrip $1.99. each
C All, or just one of your clubs
With Island Locksmith in Island Shopping Center
5408 Marina Drive Holmes Beach 778-1661
Shop, shop, shop till you drop
The Community Youth Chorus under the direction of CliffBurgeson performed a medley offun
songs. One of the audience's favorites producing a lot of laughter was the Chorus' rap, "Shop,
shop, shop till you drop." It is understood that the chorus helped make up the words for this catchy,
youthful method of vocal communication.
Heritage Arts Fest a success
Organizers for the 3rd annual Heritage Arts Festival sponsored in mid-November by
the Anna Maria Island Community Center and the Anna Maria Island Artists Guild report
that the '92 arts and crafts show was the most successful ever.
The $7,100 raised will be split by the two organizations for youth cultural programs.
Lazzara has show at Heron's Watch
By Joy Courtney
"What I Believe makes me different is that I
enjoy doing many medians as well as portraits,"
commented Joyce Lazzara of her work as we strolled
through her exhibit at the Heron's Watch gallery in
Anna Maria City. "A lot of work in this show was
inspired by the beaches here on Anna Maria Island,"
Lazzara is a part-time resident of Anna Maria
City while pursuing her art full-time. The versatility
of this talented artist is her mastery of the creative
process in doing original paintings, drawings and
etchings, monoprints and serigraphs, limited edition
art prints, fine art posters, custom portraiture and has
recently involved herself in RepligraphT.
Nancy Corcoran, the owner of Heron's Watch,
knew Lazzara, but was surprised to find out that
Lazzara was the artist behind the neon's sculptures
she had recently admired at Malio's in Tampa.
"When I found out Joyce was the creator of that
work, I asked her to do two neon sculptures for
Heron's. All that lead to this show," said Corcoran.
Lazzara was a professional model for 15 years
and attended art school on and off during that period.
As a wife to husband Bennie and mother of two
teenage boys, Cayman and Croix, she is now able to
Neon Art P/wi oJoycourt
Joyce Lazzara enhanced her rendering of this beach scene
through the use of neon art. This painting is part of the
artist's show at Heron's Walk gallery.
Back When ... Love -Pro:.oy.oun ey
Artist Joyce Lazzara stands left of her 44" by 60" painting,
"Back When ... Love, "now featured in her exhibit at the
Heron's Walk gallery owned by Nancy Corcoran standing
right. The painting sells for $5,000 and is also available in
RepligraphT for $800.
dedicate all her time to her work. As proud as she is
of her Fine Arts Degree from the University of South
Florida, she is enthusiastic over her life-time opportu-
nities to have traveled the world copying the masters.
"Classroom education is important, but the way to
truly learn is to sit, paint and copy the masters. This is
commonly done in Europe and the one of the best
ways for artists to learn their crafts. I have been able
to do this all over the world except in the Orient. That
is still one.of my goals," explained Lazzara.
Lazzara's show will continue until the end of
this year. Herons' Watch gallery is located at 509
Pine Avenue in Anna Maria City. The gallery's phone
number of 778-4655.
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Donna Burgess Reception
Friday, December 4th, 5 to 7 pm
at OVER THE EDGE in Bradenton Beach.
Please join us.
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Sheepshead and flounder flocking
Flounder. November and December are hot
months for said catch. Try bouncing a bait along the
sandy bottoms of channels, potholes and canal en-
trances. Live bait like shrimp, shiners, silversides and
small pinfish will all catch fish.
You'll find sheepshead along most bridges and
piers. Sand fleas, fiddlers crabs and small shrimp are
readily available and will catch fish. You can also use
oyster crabs, tube worms or snapping shrimp. Try a
small stout hook. A #2 works well with sand fleas and
a #4 with small crabs.
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SPECTACULAR SUNSETS! $139,900 #0668 ... 2 bed-
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today, call Roni McCuddin now or, 778-5585 eves.
ANNUAL & SEASONAL RENTALS available beginning at
$500. Call Jack Bachman at 778-0769 or 778-5368, eves.
An independently owned and operated member otThe Prudenial Reeal Estate Affiliates, In
OF ANNA MAftIA ISLAND
Maureen Dowd, Lic. Real Estate Broker
CHRISTMAS IS ALMOST HERE!
Buy yourself a piece of Anna Maria Island.
Delightful two bedroom home just steps
from the white sandy beach. Settle in for
a lifetime or enjoy a winter getaway.
Yours for only $145,000.
778-6066 FAX # 778-4687
6101 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach
Formerly Hendricks Real Estate
Sales Rentals ) Property Management
Karin B. Stephan
Anna Maria Island.
Office: (813) 778-0766
Mobile: (813) 350-6482
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Real Estate Sales
An error in the real estate sales listed in this paper
for the week ending November 19 was noted by the list-
ing ageny at Michael Saunders & Company. The cor-
rect closing date is January 31, 1992.
We hope to continue listing the real estate clos-
ings, with information from both MLS and the Island
Co-listing Service, as space permits.
Call us with news
We look forward to hearing from you. Please call
the office at 778-7978, or contact Joy Courtney, editor,
at her "after hours" number, 778-5405. Contact Bonner
Presswood, publisher, after hours at 778-6730.
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THE ISLANDER/BYSTANDER Classifieds are going to work because they
will be local! No more "combo" advertising, 900 or 976 toll numbers for out-
of-state solicitors, no escort services (at least not to our knowledge). Local
people with local jobs, items for sale, apartments for rent are welcome!
DEADLINE: MONDAY NOON at our office 5400A Marina Drive, Island Shop-
ping Center (on the corner between D.Coy Ducks and the laundromat).
For more information call 778-7978.
3 LINES = $2.00, Additional lines @ $1, box @ $1, Headlines @ $. 10 word.
Great Xmas gift. Like new Go Kart. Asking $350. Call
Yard Sale: Holmes Beach, 2915 Avenue C, Sat &
Sun, 8 am to 2 pm. Fishing equipment, mens &
women clothing, bikes & much more.
1977 FORD PICK-UP TRUCK. Full-size bed, great
mechanical condition. Asking $650. 778-4655
1976 Cadillac Seville excellent condition. Great
second car. $550 obo.
14' DEEP FISHERMAN. 35 hp electric start engine.
Trailer included. $1,200. 778-4084.
Who wants to live with dirty carpet? Relax and let Fat
Cat clean your carpeting and upholstered furniture.
Call Jon Kent, owner and Island Resident. Fat Cat
's 8 to 5 Mobile # 745-4723.
Private Beach, lovely 2 bedroom, 1 bath, W/D, air,
etc. $375 week. $1,400 month. 778-4606
ANNUAL 2 BEDROOM APARTMENT
ANNA MARIA. NEW PAINT & CARPET.
CLOSE TO BEACH. $500 MONTH.
CALL GREEN REAL ESTATE 778-0455
HOLMES BEACH, 1 & 2 room efficiencies. Com-
pletely furnished. TV, A/C, Utilities included. Near
Beach. $150 week no deposits. 778-5405
Two bedroom, waterfront condo. Beautifully refur-
bished & ready for occupancy! Includes W&D,
Dishw., cable & lovely dock. $575/month. Anna
Maria Realty, Inc. 778-2259.
Gracious economy vacation apartments with pool.
One short block to beach. Efficiencies, 1 & 2 bed-
rooms. Call Anne Burdorf, owner. 778-6569
Island duplex on the Gulf in choice Anna Maria
beach! Great for partnership investment as two iden-
tical units designed, turnkey units and excellent
rental history! Reduced Price! Call TODAY for de-
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For sale by owner Bayou Condo in Anna Maria.
First floor, 2 bedroom, 2 bath. Furnished $81,500.
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