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Islander (Anna Maria, Fla. : 1992)

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Islander (Anna Maria, Fla. : 1992)
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Islander (Anna Maria, Fla. : 1992)
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Holmes Beach, FL
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United States -- Florida -- Manatee -- Anna Maria
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Outlook improves red tide diminishes. 3 The Islander editorial, reader letters. 6-7 From the archives. 7 On the government calendar. 8 Tourism declines, outlook good. 8 Community activities, announcements. 10-11 Save a date. 12-13 Cortez exhibit harkens Halloween past. 13 Gathering. 16 Obituaries. 17 AME PTO planning for fall fest. 18 Employee arrested, Hurricane Hanks. 20 Streetlife. 21 AMITW ends recordbreaking season. 22 Does the skunk ape howl? 23 Center select team wins on the road. 24 Tiki tour launches, bookstore closes. 26 CLASSIFIEDS. 28 NYT Sunday Magazine Crossword. 31 Meetings Happenings Center select team wins on the road. 24 ISL BIZ 10-20 YEARS AGO Save a date. 12-13 Does the skunk ape Astheworldterns scuttle the long-awaited dock. 6 Op-Ed VOLUME 26, NO. 52 OCT. 24, 2018 FREE The Best News on Anna Maria Island Since 1992 www.islander.org Brightening Bridge St. 4 Kiwanis kudos. 10 Nautical fever. 15End of the line: BB CRA torpedoes dock contractBy ChrisAnn Silver Esformes Islander Reporter Expert witness: Shark died before being dragged Benac Wenzel Bayfest awakens Anna Maria PLEASE SEE DOCK Islander Reporter tionally commits an act to Kajiura Islander Photo: Jack Elka Cortez exhibit Halloween

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2 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER Unique Pet PortraitsComposited images printed to stretched canvas Sunsets PRINTS FROM DOCK Newtons Dilemma By Patricia Reese Cocktail Competition ponents moved from storage in Tampa to Bradenton He also said part of the appeal of Technomarine Members of the Bradenton Beach Community Redevelopment Agency listen Oct. 18 as city attorney Ricinda Photo: ChrisAnn Silver Esformes

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 3 SUNSET CRUISES DOLPHIN T OURS JOIN US on the ANNA MARIA EXPLORER for a r omantic sunset cruise or educational dolphin tour! Experience our br eathtaking waters on a r elaxing cruise. 90-minute Sunset T ours ar e fun for the whole family! 3 DAIL Y TOURS! Great for all ages! GO2DOLPHINS.COM SUNSET TOURS on the ANNA MARIA EXPLORER $5 OFF Adults CALL OR BOOK ONLINE TODAY! 941-778-2288 GO 2 DOL PHINS.COM 402 CHURCH AVE., BRADENTON BEACH PRIV A TE TOURS A V AILABLE Click! the milestones in read Red tide takes downhill slide, island business looks up Islander Reporter Karenia brevis Sarasota and Pinellas each having high readings at the practice of spreading clay in affected areas to help People enjoy the surf and sand Oct. 20 at the Manatee Public Beach, Drive, Holmes Beach, and on up the island. Red tide readings indicated no presence of the algae as beachgoers returned to the shores to enjoy the weekend. Islander Photo: Kathy Prucnell

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4 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER Election 11-06-18Early voting begins Oct. 24 Bradenton Beach candidate seeks remedy for disclosure errorBy ChrisAnn Silver Esformes Islander Reporter Martin BB mayor on state of the city Bradenton Beach Mayor John Chappie delivers a state of the city address Oct. 18 during a city commission meeting. The 48-page statement mandated by the city charter detailed many aspects of the city, including the budget, capital improvements, departments, boards, community redevelopment agency and pending litigation. Islander Photo: ChrisAnn Silver EsformesBB candidate promotes union supportBradenton Beach Commissioner Ralph Cole, up for election Nov. 6, stands Oct. 18 next to a sign that in Venice. Cole was interviewed by the Suncoast with the West Manatee Fire Rescue District. Islander Photo: ChrisAnn Silver Esformes Bridge Street Merchants, CRA plunks $52K on holiday decorBy ChrisAnn Silver Esformes Islander Reporter decorations at the Bradenton Beach CRA meeting at A rendering by Christmas Designers FL of Pompano Beach depicts a holiday lighting design for Bridge Street in the Bradenton Beach Community Redevelopment District. Islander Courtesy Photo

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 5 3410 77th St. W., Bradenton, FL, 34209 941 256-7577 Bayfront views just a few miles from Anna Maria Island, Downtown Bradenton and Robinson Preserve Vibrant community offering luxurious clubhouse, resident events, resort style pool, kayak launch and more, all at an equally attractive price. The best of island living and lifestyle without all the trafc Gated, private community for security and peace of mind We fell in love with the bayfront views and easy access to the Palma Sola Bay 34th Ave. W75th St. WManatee Ave. WPalma Sola Blvd.Cortez Rd. WTo BeachesTo BeachesPalma Sola Bay *2017 and 2018 Winner in these categories: Best Overall Development; Best Overall Islamorada; Best Overall Key Largo; Best Master Suite & Best Architectural Detail Key Largo; Best Kitchen & Best Floor Plan Islamorada. FA PSBC Islander Ad.indd 2 7/23/18 11:01 AM Socializing Expert witness claims dead shark, prosecutor looks ahead Islander Reporter Pending against Wenzel and Benac are felony The prosecutors opinion

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6 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 OCT. 24, 2018 OCT. 24, 2018 Single copies free. Quantities of ve or more: 25 cents each. OCT. 24, 2018 OCT. 24, 2018 Single copies free. Quantities of ve or more: 25 cents each. Single copies free. Quantities of ve or more: 25 cents each. Publisher and Editor Editorial Contributors Advertising Director Of ce Staff Distribution (All others: news@islander.org) YourWrite! OurDay dreams Bonner JoyRash recommendation Toni Kennedy, Holmes BeachVote your conscience Renee Ferguson, Holmes Beach

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 7 Wed love to mail you the news! We mail The Islander (Sorry, we do not suspend mail subscriptions you get The Islander free while youre here!)BULK MAIL U.S. SUBSCRIPTION (allow 2 weeks for every weeks delivery) 1 year: $54 3-6 Months: $36 1-3 Months: $24U.S. FIRST CLASS AND CANADIAN MAIL SUBSCRIPTION 1 year: $160 3-6 Months: $98 1-3 Months: $54 Single Issue: $5 FIRST CLASS MAIL, U.S. ONLY, maximum four weeksMAIL TO: ______________________________________________________________ ADDRESS _____________________________________________________________ CITY ____________________________ STATE __________ ZIP _________________ Credit card: d u No. ____________________________________________ Name shown on card: _____________________________ Exp. Date ___________ Credit card billing address: ______________________________________________ MAIL START DATE: _____________________________________________________ THE BEST NEWS ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND SINCE 1992CHARGE BY PHONE 941.778.7978 ONLINE (secure server) www.islander.org E-MAIL subscriptions@islander.org 10&20 years agoIn the headlines: Oct. 21, 1998 Holmes Beach commissioners agreed to hire Holmes Beach City Commission for permission In the headlines: Oct. 22, 2008 informed they might get some relief from paying Bradenton Beach city commissioners agreed The weekly archives for The Islander are at islander.org. VISIT OUR 8,000+ SF SHOWROOM6807 14TH ST. W., BRADENTON (across from Alex Karras Lincoln)SPECIAL ISLANDER OFFER! $50 OFF any purchase of $500 or more $100 OFF any purchase of $1,000 or more We offer Rattan and Wicker tropical-style indoor and outdoor furniture, for island and coastal looks. YOUR COMPLETE CASUAL FURNITURE STORE You can peruse The Islander newspaper archive, dating back to its launch in November 1992, at ufdc. The real Kim Rash Virginia Lee Harrod, Henry County, Kentucky YourHave your say: Dinner timeA platter of stone crabs is displayed on the dock at the now defunct Moores Stone Crab Restaurant on Stone crabs are approved for harvest through May Public Library Digital Collection

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8 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER MeetingsAnna Maria City 708-6130, cityofannamaria.com. Bradenton Beach Holmes Beach Of interest Send notices to calendar@islander.org and news@islander.org.County tourism numbers down, but outlook holds strong Islander Reporter Call to action In other business Manatee County Tourist Develop ment Council members Dale Sconyers, left, Carol Whitmore, Jack Rynerson and Ed Chiles chat before the at the Manatee County Administration Building, 1112 Manatee Ave., Bradenton. Islander Photo: Sandy AmbrogiBB approves Avenue C stormwater plan, restorationBy ChrisAnn Silver Esformes Islander Reporter

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 9 Sarasota-BradentonsNow Leasing Slips and Dry Racks with Direct, No-Bridge Access to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of MexicoOne Particular Harbour introduces a brand new state-ofthe-art Marina with wet slips and boathouse facilities in the Marina Features & Amenities: marine diesel (844) 388-8703 Manatee RiverPalma Sola BayPassage Key Inlet Tampa BayGulf of MexicoST. PETERSBURG ST. PETERSBURG RUSKIN RUSKIN BRADENTON BRADENTONANNA MARIA ISLAND LONGBOAT KEY ST. ARMANDS CIRCLE SARASOTA Mullet Key BayouSarasota Bay Terra Ceia BaySR-64/Manatee Ave. Downtown St. Petersburg N OPHMintoUSA.com/marina BB planning-zoning board elects chair, amends board makeupBy ChrisAnn Silver Esformes Islander Reporter planned to nominate former vice chair A motion to recommend the ordi Bradenton Beach Planning and Zoning Board members Fred Bartizal, left, Ken McDonough, Bill Morrow and Andrew Mincieli vote Oct. 17 on a chairman Silver Esformes Restaurant leads local hurricane relief effort in CortezReuben Shaffer, Molly Slicker, Bob Landry and Cat Cox, at the corner of Cortez Road West and 121st Street Court West Court Oct. 17, take a break from sorting and packing donated supplies for Hurricane Michael relief. Sponsored by the aid items, bug spray, toiletries, diapers, sunscreen, socks, toys and more. The drop-off is in the parking lot in the 12100 block of Cortez Road West. Donations will be shipped to Port St. Joe in the Panhandle. Islander Photo: Kathy Prucnell

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10 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER 3612 E. Bay Drive, Holmes Beach, 941.778.0400 313 Pine Ave, Anna Maria, 941.778.0500.full service salon and spa offering Hair ~ Nails ~ Massage ~ Facials Acupuncture ~ Body Treatments ~ Bikini and Brazilian Waxing ~ AMI Chamber of Commerce 2017 Best Business of the Year GET YOURS @ The Islander, 3218 E. Bay Drive, HB Take some AMI home!We have Islander old navy coffee mugs! Shopping totes! T-shirts! And $2 AMI stickers! 941-778-2711WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY Bring in your items to be personalized!Pineapple Junction! 425 Pine Ave., Anna Maria941-705-4603info@yptapparel.comCall or email for embroidery! WE MOVED! Island happenings MOUNT VERNON PLAZA MM34454941-795-5227 $5 OFF Gel Manicure $5 Massage or FacialCash or Check Only Not to be Combined with any other offer A Hair Day Salon & Spa Accepting resumes at salon 9516 CORTEZ RD. W., MM34454 Kiwanis to meet Oct. 27 Island Kiwanis holds annual banquetJohn Chappie, president of the Kiwanis Club of Anna Maria Island and mayor of Bradenton Beach, presKey Royale Club. Islander Photos: Kathy Prucnell With Kiwanis Club leaders John Chappie and Mike Lubrano presiding, Susie Kruse, former treasurer of the Kiwanis Club of Anna Maria Island, receives a bouorating her nine years in the position at the Oct. dinner. ABOVE: Alise Hussey, president of the State College of Florida Colleabout the groups community projects to the Kiwanis Club of Anna Maria Island. Chappie, president; Sandy Haas Martens, secretary; Roger Domme, vice president; and next to Domme are members from other clubs, Mary Lynn Desjarlais of Siesta Key Kiwanis and Mike Lubrano, of North Manatee Kiwanis and District 17 lieutenant governor. Not pictured is Laurie Harris, treasurer.Senior Adventures group heads for MadBeach

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 11 Under New Ownership! Ali SeversonHair.Skin.Nails.Massage Open 6 days a week www.acquaaveda.com 941.778.5400 5311 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Under New Ownership! Ali SeversonHair.Skin.Nails.Massage Open 6 days a week www.acquaaveda.com 941.778.5400 5311 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Under New Ownership! Ali SeversonHair.Skin.Nails.Massage Open 6 days a week www.acquaaveda.com 941.778.5400 5311 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach Island happenings need a good laugh? visit the emerson quillin signature store. humor, art, gifts www.emersonshumor.com Your Anna Maria Island Toes in the Sand Beach Wedding Specialist! Britney Gary 941.226.1080 ShoreThingWeddings.comShore Thing Weddings Signature ISLANDER giftsNEW! Mugs, $10 each. All-cotton AMI tote bags, More-Than-a-Mulletand AMI stickers, $2. Come shop at 3218 E. Bay Drive, Holmes Beach, sandwiched between Walgreens and the bagel cafe! 8 J ane K eeling The oil paintings ofartist and art educatorJane Keeling are on exhibit at the gallery and online. Her work, which celebrates the wildlife and people wildlife and people enjoying our coastal community has wonnumerous awards. Chamber of commerce scares up Trail of Treats Lauren Knock, left and Lenie Nebra dig through the candy bowl in October 2017 at the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Halloween celebration at the chamDrive. A costume contest kicked off the three-city Halloween trail of goodies for trick-or-treaters. This years merchants Trail of Treats will be Wednesday, Oct. 31. Islander File Photo vice selling gourmet jams and jellies, poses with her display at the Anna Maria farmers market Oct. 16. Islander Photos: Ryan Paice Bob Haynes, representing Anna Maria Island Turtle Watch and Shorebird Monitoring, operates a booth at the Anna Maria farmers market Oct. 16 to educate people about sea turtle nesting.Anna Maria Farmers market open Tuesdays Get listed

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12 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER Through Feb. 3, 2019, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Arts Watercolors from the Permanent Collection, 5401 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota. Fee applies. Information: 941-359-5700. Second Wednesdays, Think + Drink (science), South Florida Museum, 201 10th St. W., Bradenton. Fee applies. Information: 941-746-4131. Wednesdays, 2-4 p.m., Shanty Singers, Florida Maritime Museum, 4415 119th St. W., Cortez. Information: 941-708-6120. First Fridays, 6-9 p.m. ArtWalk in the Village of the Arts, around 12th Street West and 12th Avenue West, Bradenton. Also, Saturdays Second Saturdays, 2-4 p.m., Music on the Porch, Florida Maritime Museum, 4415 119th St. W., Cortez. Information: 941-7086120.LOOKING AHEAD OFF AMI Nov. 2-3, Village of the Arts Festival of the Skeletons, Bradenton. Nov. 30-Dec. 2, Bradenton Bluesfest, Bradenton. Feb. 16-17, 2019, Cortez Commercial Fishing Festival, Cortez. Feb. 17, 2019, AMICCOs opera concert, Bradenton. Feb. 22, 2019, U.S. Coast Guard exhibit at Florida Maritime Museum, Cortez. March 31, 2019, AMICCOs Diva Wars concert, Bradenton.KIDS & FAMILYON ANNA MARIA ISLANDFriday, Oct. 26 10 a.m. Forty Carrots partners in play, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Saturday, Oct. 27 10 a.m. Anna Maria Elementary PTO Fall Festival costume parade from City Pier Park, 101 N. Bay Boulevard, Anna Maria. Information: 941-708-5525. 10:30 a.m. Anna Maria Elementary PTO Fall Festival celebration, Anna Maria Island Community Center, 407 Magnolia Ave., Anna Maria. Information: 941-708-5525. Tuesday, Oct. 30The Islander Calendar ARTS & ENTERTAINMENTONGOING ON AMI Through October, Island Gallery West exhibits Flights of Fantasy, 5368 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-7786648. Through October, Artists Guild Gallery exhibits Beaches, Bodies and Boats, 5414 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6694. Through Nov. 3, A Plein Air Affair, the Studio at Gulf and Pine, 10101 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Information: 941-778-1906.LOOKING AHEAD ON AMI Nov. 8-18, Island Players present Baggage, Anna Maria. Nov. 9, ArtsHOP downtown gallery walk, Holmes Beach. Nov. 10, Anna Maria Island Concert Chorus and Orchestras sixth annual Symphony on the Sand, Bradenton Beach. Nov. 11, Island Players audition, I Hate Hamlet, Anna Maria. Dec. 9, AMICCO An Island Christmas concert, Holmes Beach. exhibition, The Space Between, Anna Maria. Feb. 12, 2019, AMICCOs Jazz Fest, Anna Maria.ONGOING OFF ANNA MARIA ISLAND Through Oct. 31, Moments of Color and Light by James GrifInformation: 941941-365-5118. Through Nov. 1, First 5 Years of Art of Our Time, the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, 5401 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota. Fee applies. Information: 941-359-5700. Through Dec. 2, John and Mable Ringling Museum of Arts French Art from the Horvitz Collection, 5401 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota. Fee applies. Information: 941-359-5700. Through Feb. 2, 2019, The Greek Communities of Tarpon Springs and the Bahamas, Florida Maritime Museum, 4419 119th St. W., Cortez. Information: 941-708-6120. 10 a.m. Preschool Storytime, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Wednesday, Oct. 31 3:30 p.m. Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce HalBeach. Information: 941-778-1541. 4-7 p.m. Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Trail of Treats celebration in island business districts. Info: 941-778-1541.LOOKING AHEAD ON AMI Dec. 1, Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Christmas tree lighting and Holmes Beach holiday celebration, Holmes Beach. Dec. 8, Anna Maria Island Privateers Christmas Parade, islandwide. Dec. 14, Anna Maria Center Shops Christmas celebration, Holmes Beach. Dec. 15, Anna Maria Island Privateers Drift-In Christmas, Bradenton Beach.OFF ANNA MARIA ISLANDSaturday, Oct. 27 6 p.m. Pumpkin Carving Extravaganza, Mosaic Center for Nature, Robinson Preserve, 99th Street Northwest and Ninth Avenue Northwest, Bradenton. Information: 941-742-5757. Wednesday, Oct. 31 10 a.m. Puppets and Play, Mosaic Center for Nature, Robinson Preserve, 99th Street Northwest and Ninth Avenue Northwest, Bradenton. Information: 941-742-5757.ONGOING OFF AMI First Saturdays, Family Night at the Museum, South Florida Museum, 201 10th St. W., Bradenton. Fee applies. Information: 941-746-4131. Fourth Wednesdays, Stelliferous Live star talk, South Florida Museum, 201 10th St. W., Bradenton. Fee applies. Information: 941-746-4131. LOOKING AHEAD OFF AMI Nov. 4, Friends of De Soto National Memorial train ride at Florida Railroad Museum, Parrish.GAMES, SPORTS & OUTDOORSONGOING ON ANNA MARIA ISLAND Wednesdays, AMI Dragon Boat Fun and Fitness Club, time depends on tides, 417 63rd St., Holmes Beach. Information: 941462-2626. Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9 a.m., horseshoes pitched, Anna Maria City Hall, 10005 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Information: 941-7086130. Most Fridays, 11:30 a.m. or 1 p.m. (call for times) mahjong games, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Mondays, noon, bridge, Roser Memorial Community Church, i.w edJEWELR Y Bridge Street Jewelers The island s full-service jewelry store. 129 Bridge St., Bradenton Beac h 941.896.7800 PHOTOGRAPHY Jack Elka PhotoGraphics The nest wedding photography since 1980. Studio: 315 58th St., Holmes Beach. Preview weddings: www 1 Island Photography Beautiful and creative photography to treasure for a lifetime. 6 islandphotography .org ACCOMMODA TIONS T ortuga Inn Beach & T radewinds Resorts 90 well-appointed rooms, apts., suites with kitchens, wi, pools, beach, more! www .tortugainn.co m 941.778.661 1 www .tradewinds-resort.com Bungalow Beach Resort DIRECT LY ON THE BEACH! Classic 1930s island-style resort. 800.779.3601 bungalow@bungalowbeach.co m www .bungalowbeach.co m The Islander Wedding Directory TO BE INCLUDED IN IWED, CONT ACT TONI L YON, 941-928-8735, OR toni@islander .orgMUSIC/ENTER T AINMENT Gulf Drive Band The Best! Classic Danceable T unes Musical Entertainment DJ for W eddings, Receptions. Call: 941.778.0173. email: gulfdriveband@gmail.co m WEDDING PLANNER AMI Beach We ddings Destination Beach W edding Experts. AMIBeachW eddings.com love@amibeachweddings.com Massage Therapy | Acupuncture | Yoga2219 Gulf Drive N | Bradenton Beach 941.778.8400 | www.alunawellness.com Holistic wellness center and spa 12100 40th A ve. W 941-807-2322 Located at Sunny Shores off Cortez Road T ur n north fr om Cortez Road into Sunny Shor es at 115th Str eet W est, tur n left at rst STOP sign. 5% OFF DURING OPEN HOUSE! Join us for OPEN HOUSE 9-4 Friday Oct. 26 and 9-noon Saturday Oct. 27

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 13 512 Pine Ave., Anna Maria. Information: 941-778-0414. Most Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m., mahjong games and instruction for beginners, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341.OFF ANNA MARIA ISLANDSaturday, Oct. 27 9 a.m.-noon NEST nature Days, Mosaic Center for Nature, Robinson Preserve, 99th Street Northwest and Ninth Avenue Northwest, Bradenton. Information: 941-742-5757.ONGOING OFF AMI First and third Wednesdays usually, Roser Memorial Commuquistador Parkway, Bradenton. Fee applies. Info: 941-778-0414.LOOKING AHEAD OFF AMI Nov. 9-11, Anna Maria Island Privateers Camp Crows Nest adult outing, Myakka. Nov. 9-12, Siesta Key Crystal Classic International SandSculpting Festival, Siesta Key. Dec. 8, Marauders Holiday Dash and Drive, Bradenton.CLUBS & COMMUNITYON ANNA MARIA ISLANDWednesday, Oct. 24 Noon Adult coloring club, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Thursday, Oct. 25 10 a.m. Seaside Quilters, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Friday, Oct. 26 10 a.m. Senior Adventures attends Johns Pass Seafood Festival, meet at Annie Silver Community Center, 103 23rd St. N., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-538-0945. Saturday, Oct. 27 8:30 a.m. Kiwanis Club of Anna Maria Island breakfast meeting with Valerie Vance of the Easter Seals, Anna Maria Island Beach Cafe, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-1383. 9 a.m. CPR training, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Reservations required. Information: 941-7786341.ONGOING ON AMI Second and fourth Wednesdays, 11 a.m. Just Older Youth/JOY Brown Bag Lunch Series, Roser Memorial Community Church, 512 Pine Ave., Anna Maria. Information: 941-778-0414. Thursdays, 9-11 a.m., veterans services assistance, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-7786341. Third Thursdays, 11:45 a.m., Successful Women Aligning Together meets, Bridge Street Bistro, 111 Gulf Drive S., Bradenton Beach. Fee applies. Information: 941-345-5135. Fridays, Senior Adventures usually meets to carpool on an adventure or for an activity, Annie Silver Community Center, 103 23rd St. N., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-538-0945. Second Fridays, 6 p.m., AMI Resident Community Connections, Center of Anna Maria Island, 407 Magnolia Ave., Anna Maria. Information: 941-778-1908. Saturdays, 8:30 a.m., Kiwanis Club of Anna Maria Island breakfast meeting, Anna Maria Island Beach Cafe, Manatee Public Beach, 4000 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-1383. Tuesdays through May 14, 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m., Anna Maria Farmers Market, City Pier Park, North Bay Boulevard and Pine Avenue. Information: 941-708-6130. Tuesdays, noon, Rotary Club of Anna Maria Island, Bridge Street Bistro, 111 Gulf Drive S., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941518-1965.LOOKING AHEAD ON AMI Nov. 12, Anna Maria Veterans Day salute, Anna Maria. Dec. 8, Episcopal Church of the Annunciation Holly Berry Christmas and Food Market, Holmes Beach. Dec. 14, Anna Maria Holiday of Treasures, Anna Maria. Jan. 12, 2019, Anna Maria Island Privateers Thieves Market, Bradenton Beach. Feb. 8-9, 2019, Episcopal Church of the Annunciation White Elephant Sale, Holmes Beach. Feb. 9, Anna Maria Island Privateers Thieves Market, Bradenton Beach. Feb. 13, 2019, Artists Guild of Anna Maria Island Sale-A-Bra tion, Holmes Beach. March 2, 2019, Anna Maria Island Historical Societys Heritage Day Festival, Anna Maria. March 9, 2019, Anna Maria Island Privateers Thieves Market, Bradenton Beach.OFF ANNA MARIA ISLANDWednesday, Oct. 24 3 p.m. Florida Maritime Museum lecture, Katherine Katie McHugh, Dolphins: Our Coastal Neighbors, 4415 119th St. W., Cortez. Information: 941-708-6120.ONGOING OFF AMI Saturdays through May, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Bradenton Farmers Market, Old Main, Bradenton. Information: 941621-6471.LOOKING AHEAD OFF AMI Nov. 4, University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee Brunch on the Bay, Sarasota. Nov. 14, Florida Maritime Museum fall lecture, Cortez. Dec. 12, Florida Maritime Museum fall lecture, Cortez. Dec. 8, Florida Maritime Museums Maritime by Candlelight, Cortez.GOOD TO KNOWSAVE THE DATES Oct. 31, Halloween. Nov. 4, daylight saving time ends. Nov. 6, Election Day. Nov. 11, Veterans Day. Nov. 22, Thanksgiving Day. Dec. 24, Christmas Eve. Dec. 25, Christmas Day. Dec. 31, New Years Eve.The Islander Calendar ADVERTORIAL Local Bike Company Frustrated by Holmes Beach City Commissions Moratorium Decision on Bikeand Scooter-ShareHolmes Beach, Fla., Mobile Muttleys, a local startup oering automated bike rentals, has mixed reactions to the Holmes Beach City Commission impromptu announcement to enact a six-month moratorium on bikeand scooter-sharing in the city. Mobile Muttleys applauds the city for wanting to pursue complete streets, and for taking steps to deter dockless bike and scooter-sharing services from taking over city streets. However, the company feels its automated bike rental business is being mischaracterized and is being unfairly prevented from operating on the island. Referring to dockless systems, the city attorney was recently reported as stating her research showed multiple issues including the bikes being abandoned on private property, across sidewalks and even in trac lanes, leaving cleanup to local law enforcement. In response, Tom Pechous, co-founder of Mobile Muttleys commented, we 100 percent agree with the city attorney. But this has nothing to do with us. Our bikes dock into racks; they dont get left randomly on sidewalks or streets. We appreciate that the city is on a fast learning curve about bike share. But there is a clear distinction between our automated bike rental business and the dockless systems. The Mobile Muttleys automated bike rental system uses xed docking racks that can be placed on private property. This would enable them to operate within the existing city laws just like any other bike rental business. The only dierence between the Mobile Muttleys automated bike rental business and existing bike rental businesses on the island is that the Mobile Muttleys system is self-service. Despite this, the city is withholding the companys building permits for installing the racks, even though they dont require any electrical other than standard permitting. As a long-time resident, I have felt the impact of endless trac during the tourist season just like everyone else. Businesses rely on the tourists, but our residents shouldnt have to suer through the season. Everyone should be able to enjoy all that our island has to oer and get around by whatever means they nd most convenient, including by bike said Pechous. We are trying to do the right thing, the right way, but feel the Holmes Beach City Commission is singling out our business just because of some bad apples in our industry. Pechous says they will continue to work with the Holmes Beach City Commission to nd a solution that doesnt unnecessarily delay their business. They feel the community needs and deserves a transportation alternative to automobiles and busses to get from point to point on the island.About Mobile MuttleysIn 2018, locals Tracy Thrall and Tom Pechous both long-time residents of Holmes Beach founded Mobile Muttleys out of frustration with trac congestion during the tourist season. They had tried bike share in other cities and see bicycles as a way to reduce the congestion, exhaust and environmental impact of steadily increasing automobile trac on the island. The Mobile Muttleys system is designed as a number of automated bike rental stations strategically placed across the island that locals and tourists can checkout and return bikes to any one of the stations. Controlled by a smartphone App, the bikes oer a simple, convenient and environmentally friendly way to explore the island, run errands, and beat the trac. The locking system for this system is solar powered and the racks do not require any electrical to the rack location.Tom Pechouse, co-founder, Mobile Muttleys Cortez exhibit harkens Halloween celebrations Linda Molto reminisces Oct. 16 about past Halloweens in Cortez, pointing to her exhibit of trick-ortreat photos at the Cortez Cultural Cortez Road W., Cortez. Islander Photo: Kathy Prucnell Islander Reporter een photos as she searched for material

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14 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER WE TWEET TOO @ami_islander @ami_islander AMI SUN COLOR AD 2X5 141519 07-12-17 SHAWN EDS W W H H E E R R E E S Y O U R C O M F O R T Z Z O O N N E E ? ? Bayfest awakens sleepy Pine AvenueVendors selling food, arts, crafts, jewelry and more line Pine Avenue Oct. 20 for Anna Maria Islands Bayfest, a music, food and fun event presented by the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce. Islander Photo: Jack Elka Classic cars line the west end of Pine Avenue in Anna Maria Oct. 20 for the Cruzin to the Hop Car Show at the 18th annual Bayfest. Islander Photo: Ryan Paice Anna Maria Mayor Dan Murphy speaks to festivalgoers over DJ Lance Hubschmitts microphone Oct. 20 at the classic car show at Bayfest. Islander Photo: Ryan Paice Vendors line Pine Avenue near Roser Church amid chamber of commerce weather Oct. 20 for Bayfest, a music, food and fun event presented by the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce. Islander Photo: Jack Elka Pine Avenue buzzed with festivalgoers Oct. 20, but Luna Kids Zone. Islander Photo: Ryan Paice

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 15 Submit your community news to news@islander.org. Family owned and operated! Home Rental Auto Boats/Yachts Flood Umbrella Golf Cart 9805 Gulf Dr., Anna Maria 941 757 3715 www.goosehead.com/Rariden Andrews We work with over 30 A rated carriers and shop them all at once and make sure we give you the best coverage for your family at an affordable price! MASS AG E BY NADI ACall 94 1. 51 8.830 1 Massaging on AMI for more than 17 years. Your place, your convenience.MA#0017550 HOW TO RELAX ON AN ISLAND .GIFT CER TIFICA TES AV AILABLE CALL 941-527-7747 Free pick up of scrap metal and appliances. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEKLOCALLY OWNED & OPERATED SINCE 19946412 Manatee Ave. W. Bradenton 941-794-5007 WWW.AMERICANCARCAREBRADENTON.COM THE WORKSFull-Service Car Wash, PLUS Polish-N-Wax, Under Chassis Wash, Armor All on Tires & Air Freshener Most Vehicles. AMERICAN CAR CARE 941-794-5007 THE WORKS THE WORKS THE WORKS THE WORKS $3 OFF FRESH & SHINEFull-Service Car Wash, PLUS Sealer Wax, Under Chassis Wash & Air Freshener. Most vehicles AMERICAN CAR CARE 941-794-5007 FRESH & SHINE FRESH & SHINE FRESH & SHINE FRESH & SHINE $2 OFFMust present coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Expires 11-7-18Must present coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services.Expires 11-7-18 Island chambers Bayfest brings life to Pine Ave. By Ryan Paice Islander Reporter Scott Rextroth serenades the Nauti cal Flea Market visitors Oct. 20 on the porch of the Burton Store on the grounds of the Florida Maritime Museum Folk School, St. W., Cortez. Paul and Susan Barnicoat of Palmetto walk in front of a bill board made up of nautical signs Oct. 20 at the 21st Annual Cortez Nautical Flea Market between the Florida Mari time Museum and the FISH Preserve in Cortez. The car show attracts auto enthusiasts to the 18th annual Bayfest. Islander Photo: Ryan Paice SoulRcoaster plays, fans dance. Islander Photo: Jack Elka

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16 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER Gathering Island Shopping Center | 5412 Marina Drive | Holmes Beach | 941.778.2253 | ThinkWALLER.com BUSINESS INSURANCE SAVINGS PERSONAL INSURANCE SAVINGS Milestones the milestones in Pastor Stephen King9:30 Sunday Service rArt by Joan V oyles Roser spruces up garden Please join us for this encouraging seminar. When you are grieving a loved ones death, the holiday season can be especially painful. Our Surviving the Holidays seminar helps participants discover: www.griefshare.org/holidays Grieving ?Know someone who is? SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4 at 1:00 PM Roser Community Church Fellowship Hall $5 for Survival Guide Questions call 941-778-0414 www.roserchurch.com/holidays COMMUNITY CHURCH Call for a ride to the 10:00 AM Worship Service SUNDAY WORSHIP 8:30 AM IN THE CHAPEL or 10:00 AM IN THE SANCTUARY 10:00 AM Nursery & Church School 8:45 AM Adult Sunday School 9:00 AM Adult Book Study SURVIVING THE HOLIDAYSDo thoughts of social gatherings, traditions and obligations leave you anxious. Your sadness seems unbearable. Please join us for this encouraging seminar. Survival Guide $5 donation1:00 3:00 PM SUNDAY, NOV. 4Roser Community Church Fellowship Hall To register or nd out more call the church at 941-778-0414 or go towww.roserchurch.com/holidays. A view of the garden at Roser Memorial Community Church in Anna Maria. Islander Courtesy PhotoChurch offers free kids books at open house Christ Church of Longboat Key Presbyterian Beach. Drive, Holmes Beach. Holmes Beach. Church happenings Harvey Memorial Community Church, 300 Church Ave., Bradenton Beach Drive, Longboat Key. Ave., Anna Maria. St. Bernard Catholic Church, 248 S. Harbor Drive, Holmes Beach. At your service to residents and family of 284252 Sunday Services 10:00 AM Rev. Dr. Norman M. Pritchard Sermon: Against Violence; For Peaceableness Mens Bible Study Mondays @ 9:00 am Womens Bible Study Wednesday@ 10:00 am Childcare AvailableVisitors & Residents Welcome | Childcare Available Against Betrayal, for Faithfulness

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 17 simple cremations$740simple burials$1,195SoundChoiceCremation.comOnline arrangements availableSarasota (941) 312-6371 | Manatee (941) 213-9234 BEN AND KAREN COOPER PLEASE COME SEE US AT OUR NEW OFFICE NEXT TO THE REGIONS BANK BUILDING AT 4401 MANATEE A VE. W ., BRADENTON. 941-795-4878 Fax ObituaryGeorge Marion Reuss Reuss2-county Mayors Feed the Hungry campaign kicks off in Holmes BeachIsland Players give to island pantryIsland Players board member Dianne Phinney, left, and president Sylvia Marnie present of Roser Memorial Community Church and Claudette Welch. Wade is the facilities administra tor for Roser Church and staff liaison to pantry volunteers, such as Welch. The money will buy groceries for workers and families impacted by an eco nomic downturn due to red tide. Islander Photo: Sandy Ambrogi teers collected items and loaded them in a refrigerated Event organizer Shirley Pearson said the campaign Ryan Paice Leaders of the Mayors Feed the Hungry campaign Pal metto Youth Center director Reggie Bellamy, left, Manatee County Sheriff Rick Wells, Bradenton Beach Mayor John Chappie, Holmes Beach Mayor Bob Johnson, event organizer Shirley Pearson, Manatee County Commissioner Carol Whitmore, Holmes Beach Police Chief Bill Tokajer, Manatee County Commissioner Betsy Benac and Palmetto Police Chief Scott Tyler pose for a photo at the drives kickoff Oct. 19 at Holmes Beach City Islander Photos: Ryan Paice Mayors Feed the Hungry volunteers Lucy Delacruz, left, Ronise Dieujuste and Courtney Arriaga collect food at the drives kickoff Oct. 19 outside Holmes Beach Drive.

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18 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER AME calendar By Ryan Paice, ryan@islander.org AME students learn about stranger dangerYouth care specialist Erika Hernandez from Manatee Childrens Family and Services Oct. 16 teaches Anna Maria Elementary second-graders about personal safety around strangers. Islander Photo: Ryan PaiceAME-PTO Fall Festival celebrates family fun ahead of HalloweenBy Ryan Paice Islander Reporter Anna Maria, I love you! Brits share snapshots of island romance Islander Reporter more than a dozen times in the past decade to lay in Phil Bull, daughter Sienna, 2 and wife Annette enjoy a day at ZooTampa at Lowry Park Sept. 12. The Bulls have vacationed on Anna Maria Island for more than a decade. They reached out to The Islander to share their impressions of their second home. Islander Photos: Courtesy Bull Family Phil and Annette Bull shared their postcard view of the Cortez Bridge and the Intracoastal Waterway, shot via drone looking northeast. The Seafood Shack also are captured.

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 19 Call 778.7978 to get in the game!YOUR AD HERE WATCH BANDS, BATTERIES SERVICE/REPAIRS 8110 CORTEZ RD. W.Tue-Fri 10-4, Sat 10-2 941-798-9585 ALL pre-owned Ladies Rolex. 40% OFF YOUR CHOICE: $3,495 PARADISE BAGELS CAFE & CATERING Best-ever bagels, egg-el, muf ns, full breakfast, lunch salads & sandwiches, lox platters and more! 3220 E. Bay Drive Anna Maria Centre Shops DROP YOUR ENTRIES HERE! 941-779-1212 MULLET SALE S-XL $123218 E. BAY DRIVENEXT TO WALGREENS941 778-7978 WWW.ISLANDER.ORG The Island Exper ts Since 1972 5347 Gulf Drive #4 Holmes Beach Business Center 94 1-77 8-9622 778-9622 SPORTS FOOD MUSIC O D NFL PACKAGE, SEC & BIG 10! Voted BEST Wings, Philly Cheese Steak, & Sports BarOPEN 7 DAYS-LUNCH & DINNER9701 Gulf Drive, AM 941-567-4056 slimsplaceami.com $5O BUCS CONTESTYour correct score prediction for this weeks Buccaneer game could win you $50. Drawing in the event of a tie. Rollover if theres no winner! (no game/no prize) BUCS ________ vs ___________ SCORE SCOREYour name ___________________________________ Address/City _____________________________________________ Phone _________________________ 3218 E. Bay Drive, Holmes Beach, or by mail. paper of ce and arrive by noon Saturday every week. of The Islander football judge is nal. address and phone number. ONLY PER PERSON, PER WEEK. Winner Advertiser 1________________ ________________ 2________________ ________________ 3________________ ________________ 4________________ ________________ 5________________ ________________ 6________________ ________________ 7 _______________ ________________ Winner Advertiser 8________________ ________________ 9________________ ________________ 10_______________ ________________ 11_______________ ________________ 12_______________ ________________ 13_______________ ________________ 14_______________ ________________ 15_______________ ________________ 6 7 8 9 10 12 11 5 1 2 3 4 13 14 15 B ARNETT BLINDS PLANTATION SHUTTERS BLINDS SILHOUETTES & LUMINETT DUETTES MOT ORIZA TION CUST OMIZA TION INST ALLA TION Y our window treatment expert sCall Keith Bar nett for free in-home design service S T ALLA TI ON e t t m e e 25 years on AMI941.778.3526 941.730.0516 Saints at Vikings Browns at Steelers Eagles at Jaguars Gicle & Large-Format Printing5343 Gulf Drive, Suite 600 | Holmes Beach941. 779 9108 Packers at RamsMail or deliver by noon Saturday to 941-778-5092 Jets at Bears Colts at Raiders WORLDLY CUISINE MADE FROM SCRATCH!Lunch & DinnerBEACHW AY PLAZA7232 Manatee A ve. W.Bradenton T WEEN PUBLIX & BEALLS941-896-9422 DELIVERING Anna Maria Islands Favorite Food, Spirits and MORE!www.islandeats.net info@islandeats.net 941-201-8184 Buccaneers at Bengals Redskins at Giants Seahawks at Lions Broncos at Chiefs Clemson at USF 49ers at Cardinals Tennessee at S. Carolina Ravens at Panthers UF at UGAGET IN THE GAME RAYMOND WOO OF BRADENTON ROLLOVER

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20 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER Cops & CourtBy Kathy Prucnell, Islander Reporter Truly Homemade Ice Cream(yes, we really make it ourselves) Voted Best Ice Cream Open 7 Days a Weekwww.tylersicecream.comSERVING GOURMET ICE CREAM SINCE 1984 Manatee Ave & 59th 941-243-3841 Cortez & 119th 941-794-5333 Longboat Center Shops 941-383-6935 SERVING GOURMET ICE CREAM SINCE 1984 OM A PIZZA& ITALIAN RESTAURANT Makers of the Worlds Largest Pizza $100 OFFAny Size PizzaFREE DELIVERY! Makers of the Worlds Largest Pizza Live music Friday & Saturday121 Bridge St. Bradenton Beach 941-896-9737 bluemarlinami.com NOW OFFERING FULL BAR OPTIONS PLUS BEER AND WINE FEATURING BLUE LEMONADE SEAFOOD Nebraska woman gets probation for reckless act Employee arrested, red for defrauding Hurricane Hanks Local donations sent to PanhandleHolmes Beach Police Chief Bill Tokajer, partnering with the Manatee County Search and Rescue team, stand ready Oct. 19 to load trucks with supplies donated by the community for the victims of Hurricane Michael. Islander Photos: Courtesy HBPD Donations poured into the HPBD the week of assist victims of Hurricane Michael. Conlon

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 21 StreetlifeBy Kathy Prucnell Bradenton Beach is policed by BBPD. Cortez Cortez is policed by the MCSO. Holmes Beach Holmes Beach is policed by HBPD. Island police blotterAnna Maria Anna Maria is policed by the MCSO. Bradenton Beach

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22 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER Tacos Burgers Seafood BRIDGE ST. PIERWITH TWO SIDES! UNTIL SUPPLIES LAST AMITW braves red tide, notches another record-breaking seasonBy ChrisAnn Silver Esformes Islander Reporter A group watches Aug. 27 while Anna Maria Island Turtle Watch and Shorebird Monitoring volunteers Karyn Fish, left, and Kathy Doddridge collect data from a nest on the beach in Bradenton Beach. Islander File Photos: ChrisAnn Silver Esformes A sandy hatchling crawls Aug. 14 on the shoreline in Bradenton Beach to Mexico.

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 23 Click! the milestones in read WE TWEET TOO @ami_islander By Lisa NeffDoes the skunk ape howl? Loren Coleman and displaying his Neff HISTORIC BRIDGE STREET PIERBRE A K F A ST L U NC H DINNER COC K T A ILS 941.778.1320 http://schnitzel.house 3246 E. Bay Drive, Holmes BeachSpecial this week: Bacon-wrapped let of pork with stuffed German sauerkraut served with sptzle and a side salad.Haxen Fri-Sat Nights (reserve ahead) Dinner Monday-Saturday 5-9 Traditional French dining experience featuring entrees of mussels, shrimp, grouper, duck, pasta carbonara, chicken, beef and a slow-cooked duck casserole. 103 Gulf Drive N., Bradenton Beach 941.779.1930The soul of France in the heart of Bradenton Beach Traditional French dining experience featuring entrees The soul of France in the heart of Bradenton Beach French Table Tagged sea turtle nears end of marathon tour ChrisAnn Silver Esformes A skunk ape? The photo, widely shared on websites dedicated to cryptozoology, is credited to David Barkasy and Loren Coleman. Islander Photo: Wikipedia

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24 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER Islander Reporter victory over Central Brevard Soccer again in the championship match later Fall soccer action continues Adult soccer starts up at center Cassidy AM City Pier tides; Cortez high tides 7 minutes later lows 1:06 later Anna Maria Island Tides Date AM HIGH PM HIGH AM LOW PM LOW Moon Oct 24 12:54p 2.1 6:16a 0.3 6:07p 1.1 Full Oct 25 12:00a 2.5 1:38p 2.0 6:54a 0.1 6:31p 1.2 Oct 26 12:26a 2.6 2:27p 1.9 7:36a 0.0 6:55p 1.3 Oct 27 12:57a 2.7 3:26p 1.8 8:24a -0.1 7:19p 1.4 Oct 28 1:33a 2.7 4:41p 1.7 9:19a -0.1 7:44p 1.5 Oct 29 2:15a 2.7 10:22a 0.0 Oct 30 3:07a 2.6 11:34a 0.0 Oct 31 4:16a 2.4 9:07p 1.7 12:48p 0.1 3rd received a goal from Stephen Adair and seven saves Key Royale golf news Horseshoe news Center Select Soccer Team members Jack Mattick, Jackson Pakbaz, Aiden Templeton, Hamish Robertson, Ronan Robertson, Connor Samblis, Riley Lawson, JM Feeney, Kieran Cloutier, Ewen Cloutier and Victor Albrecht celebrate their victory in the East Coast Florida Cup in Cocoa Beach. Islander Photo: Courtesy Center of AMI TideWatchRed tide: Persistent, patchy Kar enia brevis Patchy concentrations of K. brevis K. brevis K. brevis

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 25 IN-HOUSE PROFESSIONAL ROD REPAIRISLAND DISCOUNT TACKLE5503 MARINA DRIVE at KEYES MARINA, HBOPEN DAILY 7AM 941-779-2838Major Credit Cards Accepted Visit us at www.IslandDiscountTackle.com LIGHT T YFull / Half Day T www arrenFishin g Char tersCapt. W arren GirleINSHORE sh OFFSHORE GC Capt. W arren Girle R E O Southernaire Fishing Charters 941.465.8932AnnaMariaFishing Guide.comDOCKED AT SEAFOOD SHACKCAPT. AARON LOWMAN DOCKED AT SEAFOOD SHACK CAPT. AARON LOWMAN Islander Reporter Stasny catch. The group was guided offshore to a catch of mackerel and mangrove snapper on live shiners by Capt. Fishing tip! If you hook a bird: Reel, remove and release!

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26 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER WE TWEET TOO @ami_islander islbizBY SANDY AMBROGI WE ROCK ONLINEislander.org Visit us:Florida Dreams Realty of AMI Inc.3340 East Bay Drive, Holmes Beach FL 34217 Of ce 941-462-4016 Cell 941-779-5700 Email: info@ orida-dreams.com www. orida-dreams.com Download our FREE APPRENTAL HOME OWNERSWhy pay more than 15% commission for great quality and outstanding service? Bene t from our state-of-the art tools: Responsive website, online booking, travel insurance, safe credit card processing, 24/7 inquiry responder, keyless, every day check-in. Family owned and managed: Enjoy the personal touch be treated as a VIP and not like a number. Get in touch with us. Let us detail our favorable conditions for renting and managing your rental. We also serve you in German, French, Italian and Spanish. Enjoy the waterway aboard a tiki bar Another bookstore shutters For a preview, visit the shops Facebook page or call 941-896-8800 for more information. Got business news? Contact Sandy Ambrogi at sandy@islander.org or call 941-778-7978. coast. People gather for a sunset cruise on the Tiki Boat Tours at the Seafood Shack Marina, 4110 127th St. W., Cortez. The tiki tours run twoand four-hour trips in the bays and waterways surrounding Anna Maria Island. Islander Courtesy Photo INC 800-367-1617 941-778-6696Mike N orman Realty31O1 GULF DR HOLMES BEACHwww.mikenormanrealty.com sales@mikenormanrealty.com MIKE NORMAN REALTY EST. 1978D IREC T B AY F RON T 2BR/2BT condo just steps to beach. Complex offers scenic shing pier, large pool, tennis, tness room and clubhouse. Selling furnished. $390,000 A NNA M ARIA A C RE W ATERF RON T just 250 steps to the beach. Bring your boat to the 60-foot dock or launch your paddle board/kayak right from your backyard! This property offers exceptional "old Florida" charm with tons of privacy from the serene, natural mangrove canal. Two vintage cottages for a total of four rental apartments. $1,295,000 R U N A W AY BAY Great, ground-level condo located just steps to the beach. 2BR/2BA furnished for a vacation rental. Complex offers scenic bayfront pier, large heated pool, tennis courts and tness room. $369,900 PropertyWatch

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 27 BizCal BY SANDY AMBROGI AMI CHAMBER OF COMMERCEWednesday, Oct. 24 5 p.m. Business card exchange, Waller-Mixon Insurance, 5412 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Members $5, guests $10. InforWednesday, Oct. 31 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Business participants sought. Costume contest followed by trick or treating. Information: 941-778-1541. Friday, Nov. 16LBK CHAMBER OF COMMERCEWednesday, Nov. 7 5 p.m. Chairmans Reception Annual Membership Appreciation, Bridge Tender Inn Dockside Bar & Grill, 135 Bridge St., Bradenton Beach. Complimentary hors doeuvre and admission for members. Information: 941-387-9000, longboatkeychamber.com. ANNA MARIA 113 N Bay Boulevard Michael Habony 941-920-2494 A4409990 $2,750,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 3708 Gulf Drive 1 Hannah Hillyard 941-744-7358 A4209523 $1,335,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 529 Key Royale Drive Hannah Hillyard 941.744.7358 A4184576 $1,945,000 LOCALLY KNOWN. GLOBALLY CONNECTED. ANNA MARIA ISLAND 3705 E Bay Drive 212 Deborah Capobianco 941-704-2394 A4408046 $310,000 PARRISH 11764 Shirburn Circle Kristi Berger 941-730-3801 A4411164 $284,000 PALMETTO 3012 Fiddlers Bend 3012 Toni Lyon 941-928-8735 A4414684 $229,000 BRADENTON 5701 13th Avenue W Laurie M Mock 941-232-3665 A4415014 $120,000 BRADENTON 7840 34th Avenue W 202 Barb Eberhart 614-204-7687 A4415004 $479,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 309 65th Street A 3 Bed 2 Bath $2,600 Maria Kagin 941-779-4150 A4201388 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 664 Key Royale Drive Hannah Hillyard 941-744-7358 A4404064 $950,000 BRADENTON 9818 18th Drive NW Pam Blalock 941-737-9376 A4400774 $699,900 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 2509 Avenue C A Laurie M Mock 941-232-3665 A4208163 $585,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 2509 Avenue C B Laurie M Mock 941-232-3665 A4208192 $575,000 BRADENTON 7411 20th Avenue NW Debbie Vogler 941-705-3328 A4212644 $575,000 BRADENTON 4303 26th Avenue W Ralph & Megg Faillace 941-713-9142 A4409666 $500,000 RENTAL NEW CONSTRUCTION MSC MORTGAGE | MSC TITLE | MS&C COMMERCIAL NEW HOMES & CONDOMINIUMS | RENTAL888.552.5228 michaelsaunders.comLICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKEROPEN HOUSES SUNDAYS 14 PMmichaelsaunders.com ProgressWork continues on the redo of the Blue Water Beach Drive, Holmes Beach. Developer Joe Varner said the beachfront motel is taking bookings for mid-January 2019 and hopes to have the renovation completed by the end of December. Islander Photo: Sandy Ambrogi Capt. Paul Moore drops a basket of stone crabs into 119th St., Cortez. Moore captains a stone crab boat N.E. Taylor Boatworks in Cortez, as well as a seafood market at 12110 Cortez Road W. James Wyre Lee adjusts the display of stone crab claws Oct. 17 at the Cortez Bait & Seafood retail store at 12110 Cortez Road W., Cortez. The claws, the only edible portion of a stone crab, must measure at least 2 and 3/4 inches long. They are harCortez hosts crabby businessA fresh catch of raw stone crab claws is headed to the cooker Oct. 17 at the Cortez Bait & Seafood dock. Islander Photos: Kathy Prucnell

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28 OCT. 24, 2018 THE ISLANDER HELP WANTED g. KIDS FOR HIRE SERVICES 2535. m. Sandy s Lawn Ser vice Inc.Established in 1983 Residential and Commercial Full ser vice lawn maintenance Landscaping Clean-up Hauling tree trimming Licensed & Insured Paradise Improvements 941.792.5600Kitchen and Bath Remodeling Specialist Replacement Doors and Windows Andrew ChennaultFULLY LICENSED AND INSURED Island References Lic#CBC056755 I S L A N D E R C L A S S I F I E D S Residential & Condo Renovations vice RDI CONSTRUCTION INC.CBC 1253471 Bed: A bargain! King, Queen, Full & Tw in, pre-owned from $30 new/used. 941-922-5271 www .sleepking.ne t AdoptA-Pet April is 3 years old, 17 pounds and gets along with cats, dogs and people! Mixed breed. Apply to adopt April at wwww.moonraceranimalrescue.com. Call Lisa Williams at 941-345-2441 or visit The Islander next to Paradise Cafe in Holmes Beach for more ads online at www.islander.org ITEMS FOR SALE FREEBIE ITEMS FOR SALE or g time offer) ANNOUNCEMENTS m. GARAGE SALES PETS BOATS & BOATING BE TT IE SP IC E RUB TG IF UNHUR TM ON OM AN IA REBA TH ER IS KI ST OO HI GH UN IX TA FT SA TE SE AB ED S EL AL ET HA NE TO GA CE ON EB C S OR RY NO TS OR RY DI GU PB EA KS SE LF IE AR MO RL ES AB RE CORO LL A IH AV EN TA CL UE HA SR UE S ME RE MO RT AL SH AJ IS I SA GE MA IL SM AR OO ND AG IF SM ED SA DD LE JO IN T ED NA FA RP LE AS ED ON TG O TE ST BA NT OA ST ER KE YE S AL OH AS CO OP TT YPES LI FE ST OO SH OR T O SC AR ER SU MS NO RM AL OL ES AR TI ST A I AN BL IG E YU RI AS KIN GFO RT RO UB LE AT OM NE ED AR ID EO SM IU M PO RE TR I BUN ES TE N SES ANSWERS TO OCT. 24 PUZZLE WE LIKE LIKES f acebook.com/ Islandernewspaper 2019 Anna Maria Island Calendar

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THE ISLANDER OCT. 24, 2018 31 GAME HUNTINGBY ROSS TRUDEAU / EDITED BY WILL SHORTZNo. 1014RELEASE DATE: 10/21/2018 ACROSS1 ____ Page, the Queen of Pinups7 Flavorful meat coating15 End-of-week cry19 O.K. to play, in a way20 Obsession with a single subject22 Countrys McEntire23 We cant play that game I cant reach it on our shelf!25 Operating system developed at Bell Labs26 Onetime White House family27 Corroded28 Sunken-ship sites30 Travel option for Birthright trips31 Natural-gas component34 Dress (up)35 Standout36 Turning point in history38 My sincerest apologies, but that game is off the table43 Unearth46 Bills47 Many a Snapchat posting48 Suit thats hard to get into51 Old Buick53 Whats plucked in she loves me, she loves me not54 We cant play that game unless we borrow someone elses56 Laughs and laughs57 French city grid58 People vis--vis gods59 Its a trek60 It ____ (Whos there? reply)61 Show overuse, as a sofa62 They may have attachments63 Strand65 Hammarskjld once of the U.N.68 Provisions70 ____ school71 Bone connection with convex and concave fittings73 ____ Mode, woman in The Incredibles75 Word repeated in the openings of Star Wars movies76 Im begging you, lets not play that game!77 Antinuclear treaty topic79 Pop-up site80 Daniel who wrote Flowers for Algernon81 Island greetings82 Take over83 Info in dating profiles85 No, that game would be over in a flash88 One of 26 for Walt Disney91 Common filler words92 Common filler words93 If you are always trying to be ____, you will never know how amazing you can be: Maya Angelou96 Praise for a picador98 Frida Kahlo, por ejemplo100 Novelist McEwan101 Grammy winner Mary J. ____102 Cosmonaut Gagarin103 Ive finally decided! Im 109 Small matter110 Looking to go somewhere?111 Densest natural element112 Bead source113 Officials in ancient Rome114 They vary from past to present DOWN1 Isolated hill2 Surround with light3 1996 Robert De Niro/ Wesley Snipes psychological thriller4 Bird in a holiday song5 Black ____, Georgia OKeeffe painting at the Met6 Ewoks or Jawas, in brief7 One of academias Seven Sisters8 Impersonate9 It might result in a defensive TD10 Aviary sound11 Full of broodiness, say12 Cheerleaders cheer13 Synchronized states14 Narcissists quality15 Who you really are16 MFM, e.g.17 One of the first birds released by Noah after the flood, in legend18 Kind of number not much seen nowadays21 Of course!24 Krazy ____ of the comics29 More villainous31 Hosp. readout32 Penalties for illegal bowls in cricket33 Largest active Antarctic volcano34 Little un37 Vessels seen in 2004s Troy39 Like albino alligators40 General ____ chicken41 Work (up)42 Things needed in passing?44 Supervillain in DC Comics45 More smoky, as Scotch48 Goals49 Bird named for a Titan50 Polling calculations52 Spill coffee on, maybe53 Blandishment55 Actors honor, informally56 Rigid59 Attacked60 Theyre shared among friends63 Whiz64 Classic work whose shorter version comes in two vols.66 Image on the ceiling of la chapelle Sixtine67 Classic Pontiacs69 Hes often pictured carrying an hourglass71 Apply haphazardly72 It comes just before a period73 List-ending abbr.74 Scale site75 Fleet76 When doubled, dismiss out of hand78 Low voices79 Turns partner82 Secondary loan signer84 D.C. insider86 Get-go87 Old vacuum tube89 Suspect statements?90 Fix, as a model plane94 ____-nest95 Aesops The ____ and the Grasshopper97 Is for all intents and purposes98 Taurus or Touareg99 ____ Marino101 Big name in speakers102 Go on and on104 Tyrant Amin105 Catch106 Despicable Me protagonist107 Ominous sight at a beach108 Go bad 123456 7891011121314 15161718 19 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 323334 35 36 37 38 39 40 4142 43 444546 47 484950 5152 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 656667 6869 70 71 72 7374 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 8384 85 86 87 88 8990 91 92 93 9495 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104105106107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114Online subscriptions: Todays puzzle and more than 4,000 past puzzles, nytimes.com/crosswords ($39.95 a year). New York Times Sunday Magazine Crossword Answers: page 28 www.annamariaislandresorts.net877.867.8842Everything youre looking for Visit WWW.ISLANDER.ORG for the best news on Anna Maria Island.

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