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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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Red tide returns to high levels. 3 On the government calendar. 4 The Islander editorial, reader letters. 6 From the archives. 7 HB considers aircraft, golf cart restrictions. 8 Community announcements, activities. 10-11 Make plans, save a date. 12-13 Holmes Beach opens Bradenton Beach suspends website. 15 Gathering. 18 Obituaries. 18 Get in the game. 19 Streetlife. 20 AME named School of Excel lence. 22 Into the blue bins. 23 Soccer, golf, horseshoes dominate sports. 24 The snook bite? Exceptional. 25 Business news. 27 CLASSIFIEDS. 28 NYT Sunday Magazine Crossword. 31 Meetings Happenings ISL BIZ 10-20 YEARS AGO Make plans, save a Into the blue bins. 23 Astheworldterns await election returns. 6 Op-Ed VOLUME 27, NO. 2 NOV. 7, 2018 FREE Celebrating the Best News on Anna Maria Island Since 1992 www.islander.org On the trail to treats. 16 PLEASE SEE OFFSHORE, PAGE 2 PLEASE SEE BERT HARRIS, PAGE 4Holmes Beach prevails in test of Bert Harris cases By Kathy Prucnell Islander Reporter I want people to know its not a beach Tara Myers of Bradenton had a few words of wisdom for anyone considering shallow water and swimming pools into the Her plea comes after she and her son, Brennan Saletta, 7, were lounging and paddling along the shoreline in the Gulf of 21 when they were pulled a mile offshore While the story of Myers and her son ended happily, with her boyfriend and others Brennan Saletta, left, 7, and mom Tara Myers take a photo on their swan raft while in the Gulf waters near Spring a mile from shore. Islander Courtesy Photo calling for help and a rescue by a West Manatee Fire Rescue crew aboard a boat, it was Myers went to the beach at noon that Sunday, set up her chairs and umbrella like trust what she thought were calm waters Thank God I told my boyfriend what the currents took us straight out from the They drifted for at least an hour, she said, Myers tried to get other boats to notice And once they saw the emergency lights I thank God people saw us from the The Nov. 6 island election results will be available at www.islander.org. Election 11-06-18By Kathy Prucnell Islander Reporter Except for an anticipated appeal and ripples in the community, the case of Robert In his 23-page judgment, Judge Lon Arend ruled against the McCaffreys on Property Rights Protection Act, as well as Framing the decision, Arend described The McCaffreys assembled a team, submitted a building permit in January 2015 for ment states, the McCaffreys were required to Importantly, the final judgment is Clearwater attorney Jay Daigneault of the Mayor Bob Johnson, city clerk Stacey JohnDaigneault, chosen by the citys Florida League of Cities insurer, Florida Insurance Municipal Trust, represented the city throughout the litigation, including the threeThe McCaffreys were represented by Fred Moore and Scott Rudacille of Blalock In Daigneaults email, distributed by the city clerk, he said the judges decision determined that the pre-suit appraisals and The McCaffreys alleged the city effecafter considerable back-and-forth with the Holmes Beach Commission Chair Judy Titsworth, left, watches the proceedings Aug. 16 as attorneys Randy Mora and Jay Daigneault of Trask Daigneault defend the city. Islander File Photo: Kathy Prucnell Saluting veterans. 11

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2 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER Brennan Saletta, 7, sits Oct. 21 before the raft carried he and his mom a mile from the shore in the Gulf current. They were rescued by a crew from WMFR on the districts boat. Islander Photo: Courtesy Tara Myers Unique Pet PortraitsComposited images printed to stretched canvas Sunsets PRINTS FROM OFFSHORE Click! The Islander welcomes news of the milestones in read graphs with detailed captions along with complete The rescuers towed the pair to the Rod & Reel As far as the Mega Swan, Myers would like more Rip currents daunt north-end beachgoers: Getting caught in rip currents at the north end The beaches north of the Manatee Public Tara Myers and her sons close call with disasinclude: An elderly woman was rescued after emergency Lithia lost her footing when a rip current pulled She was rescued by friends, family members and man from Lakeland found unconscious 20-30 feet Also in July 2013, 12 young swimmers were rescued from a strong northerly current near SycaIn August 2010, two adult family members Safe on shore, they destroyed the Mega Swan by poking it with a sharks tooth Brennan had with him Myers is baking banana bread for her heroes on $18K goes to holiday eventPaul and Tammy Foster, second from left and center, owners of Ginnys and Jane Es Cafe, 9807 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria, are pictured with Anna Maria Mayor Dan Murphy and an $18,696 donation from local businesses and residents to the Manatee County Sheriffs terminally ill children. Pictured from MCSO are Sgt. Michael Jones, left, Col. Dwayne Denison, Capt. Stanley Schaeffer and Deputy Patrick Manning. The event will be Dec. 13 at the Sarasota/Bradenton Airport Fire Departorg or call 941-747-3011, ext. 2581. Islander Photo: Ryan Paice

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 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 After short reprieve, red tide levels on AMI return to high By Sandy Ambrogi Islander Reporter clear and crowds were returning to Anna Maria Island Karenia brevis bay waters around the island again tested high for A return of the harmful algal bloom red tide might for some people an unwelcome start to snowbird my day off from work to be here with my toes in the mission found concentrations higher than 1 million Holmes Beach and Anna Marias Bean Point samples tested lower, in the medium range with 100,000-1 The Mote Marine Beach Report indicated slight respiratory irritation present at Coquina Beach and ronmental Protection met with county partners from algae on the east coast of Florida, where it is not typiWe thought it was the thing to do for our contesdirector of Keep Manatee Beautiful, told The Islander Two of us came back with scratchy throats, runny Red tide is not harmful to people swimming, except in cases where an existing respiratory problem Islander reporter Kathy Prucnell contributed to this report. Alex and Oksana Parkhomenko from Louisville, Kentucky, play in the surf at Coquina Beach Nov. 1 in spite of testing Oct. 29 by FWC showing high levels of the harmful algal bloom, red tide. Donna Kelly, left, and Charlene Compton relax at Cortez Beach Nov. l. Kelly said she coughed twice, but she was happy to have her toes in the sand. Islander Photos: Kathy Prucnell

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4 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER BERT HARRIS MeetingsAnna Maria City Anna Maria City Hall, 10005 Gulf Drive, 941708-6130, cityofannamaria.com. Bradenton Beach Bradenton Beach City Hall, 107 Gulf Drive N., 941-778-1005, cityofbradentonbeach.org. Holmes Beach Holmes Beach City Hall, 5801 Marina Drive, West Manatee Fire Rescue WMFR administration building, 6417 Third Ave. W., Bradenton, wmfr.org. Manatee County Administration building, 1112 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton, 941-748-4501, mymanatee.org. Of interest as well as The Islander, will be closed that day and Send notices to news@islander.org.City deems approved plaza site plan null and voidA previously approved site plan for the addition of Gulf Drive and Holmes Boulevard was deemed null and void by the Holmes Beach Commission after building permits expired. Islander Photo: ChrisAnn Silver Esformes Islander Reporter motion 3-1 stating that owner Mike Hynds missed the opment calls for an addition of four one-bedroom According to the submission requirements in the The LDC also states, site plans shall expire three ing department, Hynds wrote, We would ask that you ness told the mayor and commissioners that the resosite plan did not include an expiration date for permitCommission Chair Judy Titsworth said resolutions McGuinness also said Hynds was confused by McGuinness added that he was no longer asking If you want an extension, you ask for it before it City attorney Patricia Petruff warned the com mission that Hynds could litigate, and asked, How Commissioner Jim Kihm said allowing an exten Mayor Bob Johnson said future resolutions for tion and it is the applicants responsibility to do their The commission will meet in a regular session city building department by citing the 2013 LAR In Count I, the McCaffreys contended the city Addressing both counts, the court rejected the address residents complaints about noise, parking and At trial, Moore, for the McCaffreys, argued the Arends decision states the law that was enacted ment actions, including ordinances, has been applied unfairly and that courts must strictly construe the act, Prior to filing suit, owners must present their claims to the mayor with an appraisal demonstrating At trial, Daigneault argued the McCaffreys August $341,000 in losses, did not support the loss under Daigneault, as well as the judges decision, pointed And the court agreed: In other words, plaintiffs actions, then submitted an appraisal that attempted to public records law by failing to answer the plaintiffs delay didnt come close to the length of delay in cases Daigneault also is the attorney for the city in Holmes Beach resident and plaintiff Bob McCaffrey Harris case against the city of Holmes Beach. In addition to the claim that went to trial, the McCaffreys submitted a second Bert Harris claim

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6 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 2018 NOV. 7, 2018 NOV. 7, 2018 Single copies free. Quantities of ve or more: 25 cents each. NOV. 7, 2018 NOV. 7, 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 Ross Roberts (All others: news@islander.org) Guest Have your say The Islander accepts original letters of up Readers also may comment on online, where You can peruse The Islander newspaper archive, dating back to its launch in November 1992, at edu. OurThanks for Bayfest The Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce A special thank you to CrossPointe Fellowship for Anna Maria for its outstanding assistance and support What a great day it was for our community Terri Kinder, president, Anna Maria Island Chamber of CommercePaint, noise, pollution tinues to pollute our neighborhood with toxic paint The open-ended tent in the 4500 block of 121st Please, be a good neighbor and cease the spreading Joe Kane, CortezNight out niceties We would like to take this opportunity to thank the Donations of time and cash, gift cards, bikes, toys, food and more were extremely important and we are We look forward to partnering with our sponsors Holmes Beach Police Chief Bill TokajerListen and the main character, Thomas Magnum, related to tening and reacting following through on your committed to a candidate but your mind started changwent to press Monday, the day before the polls opened We plan to post the local results from the Anna Maria Island precincts online on election night, so you Veterans Day honors pastries and, after a presentation of colors, this year Later in the day, Anna Maria Mayor Dan Murphy As Roy Rogers famously said, We cant all be heroes; someone has to sit on the curb and clap as they Bonner Joy

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 2018 7 Wed love to mail you the news! We mail The Islander the best way to stay in touch (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: Nov. 4, 1998 the Anna Maria Island Bridge closed the bridge enforcement worked to clear the scene of injured Holmes Beach public works director Joe Duennes suggested to city commissioners they In the headlines: Nov. 5, 2008 Anna Maria Mayor Fran Barford said the city ing had been an issue for county commissioners to fund the city portion of the next beach renourishcreating a city mooring field near the Historic 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 *On spring breakThe State of Maine Club of Sarasota and Manatee counties meets under the coconut palms of Anna Maria Island in the spring of 1926. The man sitting front and center with white hair is Dr. Charles W. Larrabee, the physician who founded the Larrabee Hospital, later called Bradenton General Hospital. Islander Photo: Courtesy Manatee County Public Library Digital Collection Mullet school and jump in the air between Neal Preserve on Perico Island and the Anna Maria Island Bridge Nov. 1. Canals and the shoreline near the island typically teem with mullet before the winter spawn Islander Photo: Kathy Prucnell

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8 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER Adventures in Shopping Antiques, Art-Tiques and Chic Boutiques! Be sure to stop often for the changing array of home decor, furnishings, jewelry, shoes and clothing for the entire family at Community Thrift Shop on ManaCommunity Community Community Community Community Community Community Community Community Thrift ShopBradentons Original Thrift and Consignment Shop5704 Manatee Ave. W., Bradenton Large selection of Home Decor, Furniture, Collectibles, Fine Jewelry, Clothes for the whole family! Books and more! Accepting quality consignments. Call 792-2253Readers Choice 2008 Best Consignment Store Mon-Sat 10-4 Tiki & Kittys Tiki & Kittys Lets go shopping! Tiki and Kitty Blessed & Distressed is the newest shop to join Palma Sola Square, around the corner from WinnScavengers Marketplace has opened a new location in the Island Shopping Center in Holmes Tide & Moon on the Historic Bridge Street Pier Jewelry2 LOCATIONS: Historic Bridge Street Pier & BradentonTide and Moon Huge Selection of Handmade JewelryExclusive Tide and Moon Island Pearl Pendant & LongitudeLatitude Ring!Custom designed by owner Laura Shely Wed-Sat 10-5 Thur 10-6 615 59th St. W. Bradenton941-896-8800 30 + VENDORS & LOCAL ARTISTS Facebook Blessed & Distressed Vintage Bradenton Kingberry Estate Finds in Palmetto offers home Please, be sure to tell our friends in the shops, The Islander sent me. 5402 Marina Dr Holmes Beach 9 4 1 900 1552 Indoor market with 15 Vintage Unique & Shabby Chic Furniture Coastal Tues day Saturday 10am 5pm Sunday 12 5pm Fri Sat 10am 7pm Sun day 12pm 5pm Holmes Beach considers aircraft restrictions, golf cart safety Islander Reporter missioners and staff discussed an ordinance tightening restrictions on aircraft, including ultralight aircraft, First readings of both ordinances were planned for the commission meeting following the work session, The commission considered amending ordinances dealing with nuisances to include the operation of Police Chief Bill Tokajer began, saying HBPD has Tokajer said that although an operator of one such areas or use city property to depart or land, but now is we dont want him coming and going from city propistration safety regulations, which state an aircraft Commissioner Risk Hurst said the penalties listed for the second, $500 for the third and $750 for the Petruff said she must check state statutes to deterCommissioner Carol Soustek suggested the fourth The commission reached consensus that the citafor the second, $2,000 for the third and either $2,500 a hearing before the citys special magistrate, paid for scariest things I see is a golf cart riding down the road He said the city ordinance on golf carts doesnt mandate seat belts or car seats, although they are According to the Florida Department of Highway Tokajer said golf carts are not allowed on streets The chief recommended an ordinance to limit He said Holmes Beach already limits golf carts to Soustek said she has seen some people who look Tokajer said the police department monitors golf distance from home on Sunrise Lane to work on Gulf disagreed that golf cart owners who use back streets Tokajer said if the commission doesnt require golf Soustek said some people rely on the carts as their primary mode of transportation and recommended a I dont want to wait until after a child gets hurt The commission reached consensus to allow golf carts on city streets with a speed limit of less than 35 The commission will meet in a regular session, Signs on some Holmes Beach streets, including one at 75th Street near Gulf Drive, signal drivers of golf carts can use the road. Islander Photo: ChrisAnn Silver Esformes

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 2018 9 Business and Property Owners 2018 MANATEE COUNTY TAX COLLECTION NOTICE The 2018 Manatee County Tax Roll has been delivered to the Tax Collector by the Property Appraiser. Collection of Ad Valorem and Non Ad Valorem Real Estate and Tangible Personal Property Taxes begins on November 5 2018. The 2018 Tax Bills will be mailed on or about November 5, 2018. You can pay your taxes, print duplicate bills and receipts, and sign up for email alerts on taxcollector.com. The applicable discount is based on the date your payment is received or postmarked. Payments received or postmarked after March 31 must be paid in certified funds and must include interest and advertising which accrue when taxes are delinquent. Pay Taxes and Print Bills/Receipts @ TAXCOLLECTOR.COM Mail | PO Box 25300, Bradenton FL 34206 5300 For tax payments sent by mail: print bills and receipts on taxcollector.com or your cancelled check may serve as your receipt. Locations | Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Palma Sola, 7411 Manatee AV W, Suite 200 Lakewood Ranch, 6007 111 ST E (off SR 70) North River, 4333 US 301 N, Ellenton DeSoto, 819 301 BLVD W, Bradenton Make Appointments on taxcollector.com For driver license, vehicle, boat, mobile home titles (limit 4 per appt.) and concealed weapon license. Appointments for driver license tests are for Manatee County residents only. Driver License Requirements Applies to all residents for renewal, replacement, address change and/or first time issuance. For more information visit flhsmv.gov/WhatToBring or call 850.617.3995. Check Lobby Wait Times Text WAIT to 41411 during office hours to see the number of customers waiting and the approximate wait time. For more information call 941.750.9566 Property tax payoff amount, payment status or confirmation cannot be obtained by telephone. All City and County taxes assessed on the Tax Roll are entitled to these discounts for early payment: November 5 through December 4 4% December 5 through December 31 3% January 1 through January 31 2% February 1 through February 28 1% Payable without discount in March | Delinquent April 1 2019 Quarterly Installment Plan Does not apply to 2018 taxes. Apply online at taxcollector.com. Real Estate & Personal Property Taxes for the 2019 year tax may be paid in 4 installments if application is filed with the Tax Collector by April 30, 2019. If currently enrolled in the installment plan, your account is automatically renewed. City of Holmes Beach 5801 Marina Drive Holmes Beach, FL 34217 SAVE HAZARDOUS ITEMS FOR PROPER DISPOSAL ON COLLECTION DAYS!RESIDENTS OF HOLMES BEACH are encouraged to dispose of solvents, latexand oil-based paints, garden pesticides, household chemicals, waste oil, propane tanks, fluorescent bulbs, any mercury containing devices (thermostats, thermometers) and pool chemicals at designated sites in Manatee County. Hazardous materials are CORROSIVE, FLAMMABLE, REACTIVE, COMBUSTIBLE, or TOXIC. You can tell a product is hazardous if the works CAUTION, WARNING, DANGER or POISON appear on the label. HAZARDOUS MATERIALS can be dropped off at Lena Road Landfill located south of State Road 64, 1 mile east of I-75 at 3333 Lena Road, Bradenton, 9am-3pm every 3rd Saturday of the month. Go to www.mymanatee.org/hhw for a collection schedule for the Manatee County Utilities Administration Complex, 4410 66th St. W., Bradenton.. For details and specific collection dates, call Manatee County Utilities, 941-792-8811, and select option 2, or visit the website above. Shed not tiny house on Pine Avenue lot gets city OKThe small building in the side yard at 421 Pine Ave., Anna Maria, has been permitted as a shed by the building department. Islander Photo: Ryan Paice By Ryan Paice Islander Reporter shed as a slight structure built for shelter or stor Complete with opaque windows and glass doors accessory structure by Anna Marias acting building According to Curtis, the shed was installed before The shed is eye-catching, not only because of its City code prohibits accessory structures such as yard is that portion of the property directly in front of a home on the facing street, for it to be considered a City pier contract remains in fact-nding stage Anna Maria Mayor Dan Murphy said in an inter tions, cost of materials, dates and penalties, quality satisfactory bid in a second round of proposals at Ryan PaiceBradenton Beach amends budgetCorrection edition an incorrect name for Commismust be reported as part of the budget ton Beach Commission unanimously City treasurer Shayne Thompson said, Statutorily, we cannot spend more reimbursement from the West Coast the Federal Emergency Management Agency for damages to city buildings Bridge Street Pier for closure during construction and $205,000 in attorneys The next regular commission meet ChrisAnn Silver Esformes nett Cooper, with the shed situated on the empty lot to the east of the home and set back from the road Curtis said the structure is connected to power, but Sheds are not permitted as dwelling units in Anna

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10 NOV. 7, 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 Visit www.islander.org for the best news on AMI. Anna Maria Vintage flea the at Ginnys & Jane E s at the Old IGAin the eld ac ro ss fr om the shop Shop a wonderful array of vintage vendors and local artists. Its a gr e at tr easur e-hunting experience! the a t G GET YOURS @ The Take some AMI home!We have Islander coffee mugs! All-cotton AMI shopping totes! T-shirts! And $2 AMI stickers! 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 9516 CORTEZ RD. W., CORTEZ941-795-5227 MM34454 MOUNT VERNON PLAZA MOUNT VERNON PLAZA MOUNT VERNON PLAZA A Hair Day Salon & Spa TOYS FOR TOTS SPECIALBring a toy for 10% OFF holiday facial. Add a mask to any service for $15 with a toy donation! (reg. $30)GET $5 OFF GEL NAILS.MUST PRESENT AD/EXPIRES NOV. 30 AGAMI ies into fall Birds is the theme of the Artists Guild Gallery The gallery in the Island Shopping Center is Cupcake Delights hosts blood drive which will be offering donors coupons for free cupness checkup that includes a screening for cholesterol, Cupcake Delights in the Anna Maria Island Centre Senior Adventures group to tour Studio Studio hosts Fresh and Locally Sourced exhibit The Studio at Gulf and Pine is exhibiting two Maro Lorimer, Jean Blackburn, Cory Wright, Charles Townsend, Anne Abgott, Jay Canterbury, Joanna Coke, Lorene Erickson, Joan Schnuerch, Connie Schlee, Rusty Chinnis, James Gabbert, Stella Coultas, Joanne The artists from both exhibits will donate a porCommunity band to perform The Manatee Community Concert Band will The band will perform Celebrating America, For more information about the band or conOff Stage Ladies to gather for lunch and program at IMG Academy Golf Club, 3450 El Conquistador For additional information, contact president Pristine by Maro Lorimer is on exhibit at the Studio at Gulf and Pine. Islander Courtesy ImageIslanders invited to Medicare presentation The Florida Department of Elder Affairs the Senior Connection Center, will hold a Medicare Enrollment Education presentation Tuesday, can be made during the open enrollment period and what to consider when making changes, Call to nonpro ts: Wish Book wishes sought Islander publishes its Wish Book, a special section containing the needs and wants a holiday If you represent a community group, please,

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 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 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 P a tric k ONeill New paintings of award winning artist Patrick ONeill are on display at the gallery and onour website. Pat drawshis inspiration from the ocean and beach the ocean and beach scenes to wildlife, people and W estern scenes. V isit us soon. 8 2019 Anna Maria Island Calendar Island arts celebration hops into week 2 Cultural Connections celebration of arts, culture and heritage on Anna Maria Island hops into its second week, offering theater, a symphony concert and an art A look at the plans: directed by James Thaggard and written by Sam in downtown Holmes Beach, mostly in the downtown release said, Shops, galleries throughout Holmes Beach and Waterline Marina Resort will be featurThe Artists Guild of Anna Maria Island, 5414 Charlotte Sorsens acrylic paintings in ImpresA general admission ticket is $20 and a ticket for For more information about tickets, go online to The public art project this year is Follow the The Islander, Holmes Beach salute veterans The Islander and the city of Holmes Beach salute 10141 Speakers will include The Islanders publisher, Bonner Joy, as well as Holmes Beach Police Chief Graham, Linda Maerker and Bob Bartelt will perThe Manatee County sheriffs color guard raises Maria City Pier Park on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2017, before a group of more than 50 guests and veterans. Islander File Photo Island happeningsAnna Maria to honor vets Coast Guard, a showing by the Anna Maria Island they go through to defend our county, so I think a good turnout would indicate good support from the After the parade, a free ice cream social will be held at the Anna Maria Island Historical Society Ryan Paice

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12 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER 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. www .jackelka.co m 941-778-271 1 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 ACCO MM OD A AT I T T T TO PR O M O TE Y O UR WEDDIN G S ER VI C E S, CON T AC T I S L AN DER i W ED EXPER T T O NI LY O N 941.778.7978 OR CELL 941-928-873 5 T O NI @ I S L A NDER. O R G MUSIC/ENTER T AINMENT Chuck Caudill Entertainment Beach weddings and events. DJ service, live guitar and more from an experienced island professional. .chuckcaudill.co m 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 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. 18, Manatee Community Concert Band Concert, Bradenton. Nov. 30-Dec. 2, Bradenton Bluesfest, Bradenton.KIDS & FAMILYON ANNA MARIA ISLANDFriday, Nov. 9 10 a.m. Forty Carrots partners in play, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Saturday, Nov. 10 10 a.m. Origami club, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Tuesday, Nov. 13 10 a.m. Preschool Storytime, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341.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..The Islander Calendar ARTS & ENTERTAINMENTON ANNA MARIA ISLANDThursday, Nov. 8 8 p.m. Island Players open Baggage, part of artsHOP, continues through Nov. 18, 10009 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Fee applies. Information: 941-778-5755. Friday, Nov. 9 5:30-8 p.m. Holmes Beach Art Walk and artist receptions, part of artsHOP, downtown Holmes Beach along Gulf and Marina drives. Information: culturalconnections.com or participating venues. sHOP, Ugly Grouper, 5704 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-4402. Saturday, Nov. 10 4:30 p.m. Anna Maria Island Concert Chorus and Orchestra Symphony on the Sand, part of artsHOP, Coquina Beach, Bradenton Beach. Fee applies. Information: 941-795-2370.ONGOING ON AMI Through Nov. 18, Island Players Baggage, 10009 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Fee applies. Information: 941-778-5755. Throughout November, Our Feathered Friends, Artists Guild Gallery, 5414 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-7786694. Throughout November, Impressions by Charlotte Sorsen, Island gallery West, 5368 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6648. Through Jan. 5, Fresh and Locally Sourced and For the Love of Mangroves, the Studio at Gulf and Pine, 10101 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Information: 941-778-1906.LOOKING AHEAD ON AMI Dec. 9, AMICCO An Island Christmas concert, Holmes Beach. exhibition, The Space Between, Anna Maria.OFF ANNA MARIA ISLANDSaturday, Nov. 10 Grill and Tiki Bar, 4628 119th St. W., Cortez. Information: 941-7982035. Sunday, Nov. 11 Grill and Tiki Bar, 4628 119th St. W., Cortez. Information: 941-7982035.ONGOING OFF ANNA MARIA ISLAND 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. Through Feb. 3, 2019, John and Mable Ringling Museum of 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. CLUBS & COMMUNITYON ANNA MARIA ISLANDWednesday, Nov. 7 11:30 a.m. Anna Maria Garden Club general meeting and luncheon, Roser Memorial Community Church, 512 Pine Ave., Anna Maria. Information: 941-778-6758. 12:45 p.m. Gulf Coast Writers Club, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. 3 p.m. Tour the Digital Library program, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Thursday, Nov. 8 1-5 p.m. Cupcake Delights blood drive with the Big Red Bus, Anna Maria Island Centre shopping plaza is at 3324 E. Bay Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-779-2253. 2 p.m. Sarasota Bay Estuary Program, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Friday, Nov. 9 10:30 a.m. Senior Adventures tours the Studio at Gulf and Pine in Anna Maria, meeting to carpool at Annie Silver Community Center, 103 23rd St. N., Bradenton Beach. Information: 941-5380945. 2 p.m. Alzheimers Caregiver Support Group, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Monday, Nov. 12 9 a.m. The Islanders Veterans Salute, outdoors at Holmes Beach City Hall, 5801 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-7978. 1 p.m. Anna Maria Veterans Day observance Old Soldiers City Pier Park. Information: 941-708-6130. 2:15 p.m. Anna Maria Island Historical Society ice cream social following the Veterans Day parade and ceremony, 402 Pine Avenue. Information: 941-778-4600. Tuesday, Nov. 13 2 p.m. Medicare enrollment assistance, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. Wednesday, Nov. 14 Noon Adult coloring club, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. 6:30 p.m. Island Time Book Club, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341.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. Baggage brings laughs, unlikely loveJalex Scott as Bradley and Jennifer Kwiatkowski as Phyllis will take the stage Nov. 8-18 in the Island Players production of Baggage. Performances are 8 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the theater at 10009 Gulf Drive, Anna Maria. Tickets 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays and one hour before each performance. For tickets, call 941-7785755 or go to theislandplayers. org. Islander Photo: Courtesy Island Players

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 2018 13 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, 2-4 p.m., Tech Help, Island Library, 5701 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941-778-6341. 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. 18, All Island Denominations Thanksgiving Ecumenical Service, Holmes Beach. Dec. 1, Anna Maria Garden Club plant sale, 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-Bration, Holmes Beach. OFF ANNA MARIA ISLANDWednesday, Nov. 14 11:30 a.m. Off Stage Ladies meeting and luncheon, IMG Academy Golf Club, 3450 El Conquistador Parkway, Bradenton. Fee apples. Information: 941-567-4960. 3 p.m. Florida Maritime Museum lecture, Whats the Big Deal with Sea Grasses? by Jay Leverone, 4415 119th St. W., Cortez. Information: 941-708-6120.ONGOING OFF AMI Fridays, 10:30 a.m., Paradise Cafe games, music and socializing, the Paradise Center, Temple Beth Israel, 567 Bay Isles Road, Longboat Key. Fee applies. Information: 941-383-6493. Saturdays through May, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Bradenton Farmers Market, Old Main, Bradenton. Information: 941621-6471.LOOKING AHEAD OFF AMI Dec. 12, Florida Maritime Museum fall lecture, Cortez. Dec. 8, Florida Maritime Museums Maritime by Candlelight, Cortez.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 games, Anna Maria City Hall, 10005 Gulf Drive. Info: 941-708-6130. 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, 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. Tuesdays, noon, duplicate bridge, Episcopal Church of the Annunciation, 4408 Gulf Drive, Holmes Beach. Information: 941779-0881.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.GOOD TO KNOWSAVE THE DATES Nov. 22, Thanksgiving Day. Dec. 24, Christmas Eve. Dec. 25, Christmas Day. Dec. 31, New Years Eve. Jan. 1, New Years Day.GET LISTED islander.org. The deadline for listings is the Wednesday before the publication date. Please include the date, time, location and description of the event, as well as a phone number for publication.The Islander Calendar 12th Annual artsHOP Photography By Kathy StormFor Event Details www Cultural CONNECTIONS ami comNOV. 2 & 9 Gallery WalkFri. 11/9 5:30 pm to 8pm Concert at Coquina BeachSat. 11/10, 4:30pm Live PerformanceThu. 11/8 to Sun. 11/18Public Art Walk & Art LaunchFri. 11/2, 5:30 to 8pm Bridge Street Art WalkArt WalkSat. 11/3, 1pm to 4pm ARE YOU A VETERAN? THE CITY OF ANNA MARIA WANTS YOU TO BE IN THE WANTS YOU TO BE IN THE OLD SOLDIERS & SAILORS OLD SOLDIERS & SAILORS OLD SOLDIERS & SAILORS PARADE PARADE 1 PM, MONDAY, NOV. 12 1 PM, MONDAY, NOV. 12 1 PM, MONDAY, NOV. 12 ALL VETERANS MUSTER AT 1 PM, MONDAY, NOV. 12 1 PM, MONDAY, NOV. 12 ALL VETERANS MUSTER AT ALL VETERANS MUSTER AT ANNA MARIA CITY HALL ANNA MARIA CITY HALL 10005 GULF DRIVE, ANNA MARIA 10005 GULF DRIVE, ANNA MARIA VISIT: www.CityOfAnnaMaria.Com for details VISIT: www.CityOfAnnaMaria.Com for details OR CALL: (941) 708 OR CALL: (941) 708 OR CALL: (941) 708 6130 Ext. 121 6130 Ext. 121 Marilyn Margold of the Anna Maria Island Art League, left, and Diane Phinney of Cultural Connections, check out the skimmer carvings offered for donations Nov. 2 during ArtsHOP on Bridge Street in Bradenton Beach. The skimmer and Shorebird Monitoring. Islander Photo: ChrisAnn Silver Esformes The Islander and city of Holmes Beach will salute all military veterans starting at 8:30 a.m. at city hall with coffee and pastries, and a program starting at 9 a.m. All are welcome to honor those who serve. $10 each @ The Islander, 3218 E. Bay Drive, HB $10 each @ The Islander, 3218 E. Bay Drive, HB $2 @ The Islander, 3218 E. Bay Drive, Holmes Beach.

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14 NOV. 7, 2018 THE 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 ? ? 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 11-21-18Must present coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services.Expires 11-21-18 NOVEMBER SPECIALFall Car Care Checkup$6999 Semi-Synthetic Oil Change, Battery Check, Belts & Hose Inspection, Top off Fluids, Heating System Inspection, 2 New Standard Wiper Blades and Lights Inspection. A sk us about the details. By appointment only! 5608 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach 941.896.7898$20 Savings | Offer Expires 11-14-18 Holmes Beach opens Tebbetts Field to pets, tots, horseshoes By Kathy Prucnell Islander Reporter Holmes Beach city commissioners are aiming for Its also the home of Birdie Tebbetts Field, a base and the relocation of an existing shade structure for And, according to Burnett, theres room for a childrens splash park and a swingset or two near the tered on the undesirable location of the tot lot near Commission Chair Judy Titsworth said, I like Commissioner Rick Hurst said he liked it but tion, as well as a setback between the dog parks and will start with the tot lot relocation and construction of Holmes Beach includes on Birdie Tebbetts Field near 61st Street. The baseball diamond would be eliminated be reduced to no longer accommodate regulation games, but could be used by softball and baseball players willing to bring bases and play on the Photo: Kathy Prucnell

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16 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER Massage Therapy | Acupuncture | Yoga2219 Gulf Drive N | Bradenton Beach 941.778.8400 | www.alunawellness.com Holistic wellness center and spa 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 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! Island Shopping Center | 5412 Marina Drive | Holmes Beach | 941.778.2253 | ThinkWALLER.com BUSINESS INSURANCE SAVINGS PERSONAL INSURANCE SAVINGS Triplets Hays, Millie and Presley Nichols, clock wise from top left, make the perfect Halloween BLT sandwich, as bacon, lettuce and a tomato. The babies were vacationing for the Oct. 31 holiday on Anna Maria Island from Atlanta. Islander Photo: Karen Riley-Love rail of treats leads fun faces to spooky places, candy, candy, candyTAdina Dicus, owner of Restless Natives in the Island Shopping Center at 5416 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, serves a witches brew Oct. 31 for guests on the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Trail of Treats. Islander Photo: Karen Riley-Love Kirra Quiney, 7, a second-grader at Anna Maria Elementary, pulls candy from a bucket Oct. 31 at the Waterline Marina Resort and Beach Club, 5325 Marina Drive, Holmes Beach, during the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Trail of Treats. Islander Photo: Karen Riley-Love Hayes Bystrom is all about engineer ing in his train costume Oct. 31 at the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Trail of Treats in Holmes Beach. Hayes won best boys costume for ages 0-5. Islander Photo: Ryan Paice Angelina Albrecht, left, best girls costume for ages 11-12, and brother Victor, a winner for his Fortnite skull trooper in the boys 11-12 group, take part in the Trail of Treats. Islander Photo: Ryan Paice RIGHT: Aine Conway, 3, left, and twin Varry show off the cutest costumes in the 0-5 age group Oct. 31 at the Anna Maria Island Chamber of Commerce Trail of Treats. Islander Photo: Ryan Paice

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 2018 17 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 Stone crab season celebrated in Cortezlocal Fishing for Freedom chapter and be hosted by The menu offerings will include stone crab, Florida The entertainment lineup includes TH&C, Doug Deming and the Jewel Tones, TC and Randy, AloRandy, Twinkle and Rock Soul Radio, Damon Fowler in collaboration with the Blessing Bags Project and attendees are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped Garden club to gather at Roser Church The Anna Maria Garden Club will meet at hall at Roser Memorial Community Church, 512 The program will feature discussion about the Also, guest speaker Ginny Stibolt will talk Sharing island remembrances, 70 years of marriageBy Kathy Prucnell Islander Reporter another man back in time when the city property That also was the year Hugh, son of John Holmes, similarly smitten, married Jean Messersmith, whod They met in Bradenton at Fosters Drug Store in the former Dixie Grand Hotel, where Jean worked at Hugh and his friends would stop at Fosters for ice cream sodas after roller-skating and, as Jean described those days, she chuckled and recalled making Hughs Hugh added that Major League Baseball players Both reminisced about the days shed watch him They also shared how Hugh worked with his father, star bought a home across the street from where they Asked about how the island has changed, Jean at age 47, all of their children, Cherri Rigney, Debbie Hall and the twins, Jeannie Bystrom and Judy TitsHugh said some of the biggest changes in the After the war, when nobody had a bunch of He also pointed to builders disguising two homes including their children and many of their 17 grandIt was set in tandem with an anticipated election night celebration for their youngest daughter, Judy, who, at press time for The Islander, is widely expected Her mother said Judys dedication to the city Judy protested the destruction of oak trees at Anna Grandpa Holmes would be proud of what Judys An invitation to Jean and Hugh Holmes Sr.s 70th anniversary party includes a photo from their wedding day, Nov. 6, 1948, at Roser Church in Anna Maria. Islander Courtesy Image Jean and Hugh Holmes Sr. reminisce Oct. 30 at home on their porch in Holmes Beach about their 70 years together. Islander Photo: Kathy Prucnell

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18 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER simple cremations$740simple burials$1,195SoundChoiceCremation.comOnline arrangements availableSarasota (941) 312-6371 | Manatee (941) 213-9234 Pastor Stephen King9:30 Sunday Service rArt by Joan V oyles COMMUNITY CHURCH Call for a ride to the 10:00 AM Worship Service IN THE CHAPEL or IN THE SANCTUARY Nursery & Church School Adult Sunday School Adult Book Study Gathering Obituaries 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 Falsehood, for the Truth Lillian May Tobin She was a cheerleader for Roslyn High School, where she graduated in munity, including as a member of the TobinSt. B to host AID service well as collects for and distributes aid to islanders in Those who attend are encouraged to bring donations for the food pantry at Roser Memorial Commuor through the Anna Maria Island Chamber of ComJoan E. Burke After working for Warner Lambert in Milford for Maria Island, where she immersed She joined the Anna Maria Island Turtle Watch, where she was a coorteered at the Island Library, where she made many friends and charmed people with her sense as a member of the Anna Maria Fire Department Auxiliary and West Manatee Rescue Fire Districts Spetoned out on a potential extended time call, she would able and members could drop off their children for Condolences may be made to shannonfuneralMissouri, Pamela Reed of Florida, Jane Stoop of Tennessee and Barbara Eaton of Florida; grandchildren Donna Reed; great-grandchildren Corey Eaton, Colton Eaton, Lily Eaton, Jeremy Eaton, Kaley Eldridge, and Blake Rashford; and many nieces, nephews and Elmo Torres Jr. A graduate of Embry-Riddle was a pilot for Piedmont Airlines and year career as a commercial airline pilot until his retirement in the late Roser seeks choir members As it prepares for a Christmas performance, Roser For more information, contact Kristen Stanton at Torres BurkeLouis Donald LaTorre from Lowell Technological Institute in Lowell, Massawife Tonya and Amy Mattessich and husband John; Soon after joining and supporting the Anna Maria Island Art League, she began oil painting in her early and husband Randy of Holmes Beach and Terrence of Mason Carroll, Ryan Quigley and Kayla; and many At your service in The Islander newspaper to residents and family of residents, both past and present, as well as to those Islander obituaries are free, including the webonline at islander.org

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20 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER Cops & CourtBy Kathy Prucnell, Islander Reporter StreetlifeBy Kathy Prucnell 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 PLEASE SEE STREETLIFE Anna Maria woman gets probation in carport crash atee County sheriffs deputy found Smith unconscious, after smashing into a carport off 55th Street at the 5400 Smith was transported to Blake Medical Center in state subpoenaed Smiths blood draw results, leading She was assessed more than $2,000 in costs and Bradenton woman arrested for DUI in Holmes Beach found a black car with no one inside truck nearby, pulled off the road on Louloudes allegedly ran the car into the back of Louloudes was transported to Blake Medical Louloudes THE FRESHEST SEAFOOD ON AMI SEAFOOD Cocktails, Beer & Wine Live music Friday & Saturday121 Bridge St. Bradenton Beach 941-896-9737 bluemarlinami.com Island police blotterAnna Maria Anna Maria is policed by the MCSO. Bradenton Beach Holmes Beach woman, Bradenton man nabbed for prowling, loitering in Cortez Arrested for prowling and loitering in the mobile 32, of Holmes Beach, and Craig Baier, 37, of BradenManatee County sheriffs deputies found Martin in the neighborhood, where she told a deputy she was looking for a pack of cigarettes shed lost earlier in the witness identified him as someone Baier was arrested for possessing ing probation in prior cases, accordBradenton Beach is policed by BBPD. Cortez Cortez is policed by the MCSO. Holmes Beach Martin Baier

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 2018 21 STREETLIFE Witness alert results in DUI charge from HBPD in a gray-green Malibu westbound on Within minutes, according to an Sabrina Dumdei, 35, of Bradenton, ence more than three times the legal limit and Dumdei was transported to Manatee County jail, at the Manatee County Judicial Center, 1051 Manatee Dumdei employer reported an unknown person entered a trailer AM chief deputy honored for two decades of service Congressman honors WMFR battalion chief Manatee County Sheriff Rick Wells hands Sgt. Michael Jones a plaque recognizing Jones 20 years of service to the department Oct. 19. Islander Photo: Courtesy Mayor Dan Murphy Manatee County Sheriff Rick recognition, but its nice that the sheriff takes the time Ryan Paice Jones Losek two chain saws on the ground, but heard no noise that Holmes Beach is policed by HBPD. Streetlife is based on incident reports and narraWest Manatee Fire Rescue Battalion WMFR Chief Tom Sousa nominated Losek, who began his career In 2005, he was deployed as strike team leader to lar Dystrophy Association and represents the district Ryan Paice

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22 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER Tacos Burgers Seafood ALL UNDER $10! Weeken Brunc ON THE PI ER AME calendar By Ryan Paice, ryan@islander.org AME named School of Excellence by state For the third year in a row, the Florida State Board of Education has named Anna Maria Elementary a AME is one of six elementary schools in Manatee percentile for at least two of those years, a determinaAME principal Jackie Featherston said being a School of Excellence allows AME certain exceptions, including the ability to change when school starts and ends, or change how much reading is required of stuAME to stage America Sings Admission is free, and the performance is open to include a choice of spaghetti and meatballs or chicken People can prepay for their meals at the AME to l Dolphin Dash sponsors sought a minimum donation of $100 for a company logo or Sponsors can put promotional material in swag

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 2018 23 T-Shirts $10 @ The Islander, 3218 E. Bay Drive, HB. By Lisa NeffInto the blue bins Perhaps your family or neighbors recycle right and the materials inside err in what can be recycled and the items in their bin are dirty or cominMany people in many communiipal program I participated in was launched in Exeter, Neff confuse, especially in a place like Anna Maria Island, Comingling doesnt mean mixing clean and dirty recyclables and comingling doesnt mean we put recyKeep America Beautifuls America Recycles Day, Heres part one of the pledge: For America Recyknow whether plastic shopping bags can be recycled Some basic guidelines: Single-use cups, such as paper and foam cups, are also is true for paper plates and Styrofoam to-go conFlexible packaging, such as shopping bags, sandMost communities want bottle caps screwed back on the empty bottles, while some communities need Part two of the pledge: For America Recycles Day Just pass along this newspaper to a friend or family member and ask them to read Sandscript and take the Whats your number? 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 Anna Maria Oyster Bar Pier on the Waterfron Dinin a Open Daily 8am-9pm Breakfast 8am-11am Weekend Brunch 11am-2pm 200 Bridge St., Bradenton Beach, FL OysterBar.net T ableside service with a bayside view on the Bridge Street Pier! T ableside service with a bayside view on the Bridge Street Pier! Call (941) 778-AMOB (2662) for Beach-to-Pier Shuttle! VOTED BEST GERMAN RESTAURANT HOURS Monday to Saturday 11 -8:30 GERMAN & MEDITERRANEAN CUISINE BEER & WINE | BEER GARDENCome in for delicious, authentic German meal cooked by Master Chef Uwe and have fun with German Folk Music, Singing and Dancing Best 5 Restaurant out of 600Lunch Oer : XL Pork Schnitzel (breaded) with Home Fries for only $9.95 (ends 11/17)Happy Hour for Wine/Beer 2-4-1 from 4-7 Tue. Wed. Thur. Dont forget to preorder your take home Thanksgiving Dinner with us. Let us do the cooking and enjoy your holiday! Order online today: http:Schnitzel.houseHaxen Fri-Sat Nights (reserve ahead) Dinner Monday-Saturday 5-9941.778.1320 http://schnitzel.house 3246 E. Bay Drive, Holmes Beach America Recycles Day, promoted by the nonBeautiful, is Thursday, Nov. 15. One clue as to whether an item can be recycled is a recycle symbol. Islander Courtesy Photo: PixabaySBEP books kayak outings Kayakers with the Sarasota Bay Estuary Programs Bay Wise Kayak Tour Program will offer a tour of online at islander.org

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24 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER Islander Reporter After three weeks of action in the adult soccer league at the Center of Anna Maria Island, no team has a chance at a perfect season unless you count Ross Lancaster Design and Sato Real Estate were both which ended in a 4-4 tie and matching 2-1 Eason Builders, while Jiffy Lube a 1-1-1 record, while the AMI Locals hold sixth place at 0-1-2, just ahead Moss Builders opened the action on the center to a hat trick from Adam Bujarski and a goal each from Marshall helped keep Ross Built in the game with 11 Eason Builders outlasted Slims Place by a 5-4 and Murat Akay each scored goals to lead Slims Place, Jiffy Lube and AMI Locals battled to a 3-3 tie in Lube with two goals, while Ricky Anderson added a 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 Nov 7 12:16p 1.9 10:50p 2.5 5:26a 0.0 4:49p 1.1 New Nov 8 1:03p 1.7 11:15p 2.6 6:05a -0.1 5:11p 1.2 Nov 9 1:51p 1.6 11:43p 2.6 6:44a -0.2 5:33p 1.3 Nov 10 2:43p 1.6 7:25a -0.1 5:56p 1.4 Nov 11 12:14a 2.5 3:44p 1.5 8:08a -0.1 6:25p 1.4 Nov 12 12:49a 2.4 4:58p 1.5 8:55a 0.0 7:06p 1.4 Nov 13 1:31a 2.3 6:10p 1.6 9:48a 0.1 8:23p 1.5 Nov 14 2:24a 2.1 6:57p 1.6 10:46a 0.2 10:23p 1.5 Jessica Williams had a goal and an assist to lead Sato rode a balanced scoring attack on goals from Lancasters four goals came from Zackary Lieb Youth soccer season winds down With only a week left of the youth soccer season at the center, theres no chance of catching Planet Stone Place holds down second place with a 2-7-1 record, while Wash Family Construction is in last place with Planet Stone won its second match with a 3-1 decision Key Royale golf news The men got things started with a nine-hole, modearned clubhouse bragging rights after posting a plusThe team of Gerry Dahl, Jon Holcomb, Dale Johnson and Bob Soos combined on a plus-4 to win the Muscatello, Jere Rice and Tom Solosky combined on Horseshoe news battled for the days championship during Halloween Lee was back in the winners circle following the Center fundraiser held to boost hurricane relief effortsBy Ryan Paice Islander Reporter The Center of Anna Maria Island, 407 Magnolia In the centers gymnasium, attendees were treated A cruiser bicycle donated by Beach Bums, as well auction items included goody bags from West Coast Surf Shop, a gift basket from the Sandbar Restaurant, a basket of alcohol and bar supplies from the Freckled Supplies to be sent to people affected by Hurricane Michael were collected in the corner of the gym, where two different piles accumulated: one of childrens toys and one of necessities like food, clothing and personal the Highrollers played next, before Hatley Band proPeople dine, mingle and listen to live music from the stage in the gym Nov. 3 at the Center of Anna Maria Island, 407 Magnolia Ave., Anna Maria, during the Hurricane Michael Relief Fundraiser. Islander Photos: Ryan Paice Loretta Estabrooks, left, and Shirley Kutz host the a cruiser bicycle and a 50/50 drawing at the hurricane fundraiser Nov. 3 at the center.

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 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 Fishing to the north of Anna Maria Island remains is hit or miss due to patches of red ern Tampa Bay and its adjacent waters to the east is showing up in Tampa Bay, especially around reefs, Lastly, deep grass flats are producing spotted Stasnyseatrout, as well as a menagerie of other species, ing shiners around residential docks is producing near reefs and wrecks both bottom rigs or free-lining While targeting snapper on wrecks or reefs, Jim Malfese at the Rod & Reel Pier is seeing Catch-and-release snook and redfish are being caught on a daily basis at Anna Maria Islands northernmost pier, mostly by anglers baiting their hooks are getting to inspect the interior of the Fishy Business Mixed in with the snook bite are respectable Fishing deeper areas with structure is producing are especially abundant, which is keeping White busy Catch-and-release snook and redfish action is keeping Stock busy when hes not targeting groupers TideWatchRed tide persists A bloom of the Florida red tide organism perBloom concentrations of the red tide organism, Karenia brevis, persisted on Floridas Southwest, In Southwest Florida, K. brevis concentrations generally increased from southern Pinellas through Charlotte counties, excluding Hillsborough Respiratory irritation was reported in Southwest Florida in Pinellas, Manatee, Sarasota and Lee Key and Barry Franz of Iowa. They showed off their catch at the dock with their guide and photographer, Capt. Warren Girle. Using shiners for bait, the group produced mangrove snapper for dinner and released several undersized grouper.

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26 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER 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. MIKE NORMAN REALTY EST. 1978INCMike Norman Realty31O1 GULF DR HOLMES BEACH www.mikenormanrealty.com sales@mikenormanrealty.com Mike Norman Realty Exceptional views of the bay from this charming, completely renovated 2BR,2BT cottage located on a very private street just steps to the beach. Offering turnkey furnishings, a natural mangrove waterfront and a boat dock. Enjoy all that Anna Maria Island living is about in this fantastic waterfront home! $1,049,000 GORGEOUS BAYFRONT HOME AMITWs tagged sea turtle claims peoples choice award When loggerhead nesting season on Anna Maria Island peaked mid-June, local turtle watchers collaboTurtles, a program to tag and release nesting female The loggerhead named Bortie for Bortells Lounge in Anna Maria, AMITWs race sponsor was during its migration to place 10th out of 14 contestants ashore three more times, possibly nesting on beaches the race, but won the peoples choice component with People on our island are all about sea turtles, so Maria Island Turtle Watch and Shorebird Monitoring In 2015, AMITWs tagged turtle Amie lost her In 2017, AMITW won the tour with loggerhead from our own Anna Maria Island nesters tells a big A screenshot from the internet Nov. 1 shows the path in the Gulf of Mexico taken by Bortie, a loggerhead wearing a satellite-tracking device since nesting June 20 on Coquina Beach in Bradenton Beach. 14 contestants. For more information about AMITW, contact Fox About 100 people watch June 19 as Bortie, a loggerhead, returns to the Gulf of Mexico with a satellite tracker attached to its carapace. Islander File Photo: Jack Elka

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THE ISLANDER NOV. 7, 2018 27 islBY SANDY AMBROGI BizCal BY SANDY AMBROGI AMI CHAMBER OF COMMERCEWednesday, Nov. 14 7:45 a.m. Early-riser breakfast, Trustco Bank, 5858 Cortez Road W., Bradenton. Information: 941-778-1541. Friday, Nov. 16 6 p.m. Member gala, dinner, dancing and awards, Seafood Shack Marina, Bar and Grill Neptune Room, 4110 127th St. W., Cortez. $40 per person, $425 per table of eight. Cocktail attire. RSVP required. Information: 941-778-1541.LBK CHAMBER OF COMMERCEWednesday, Nov. 7 5 p.m. Chairmans reception and annual membership appreciation, Bridge Tender Inn Dockside Bar & Grill, 135 Bridge St., Bradenton Beach. Complimentary hors doeuvre and admission for members. Cash bar available. RSVP requested. Information: 941387-9000.SWATThursday, Nov. 15 11:45 a.m. Successful Women Aligning Together meeting and luncheon, Bridge Street Bistro, 111 Gulf Drive S., Bradenton Beach. RSVP requested. Information: 410-382-2257. ANNA MARIA ISLAND 1710 Gulf Drive N E Hannah Hillyard 941-744-7358 A4215055 $1,935,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 532 70th Street Hannah Hillyard 941-744-7358 A4412794 $1,750,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 110 7th Street S Judy LaValliere 941-504-3792 A4210751 $1,800,000 LOCALLY KNOWN. GLOBALLY CONNECTED. BRADENTON 5604 52nd Avenue W Leah Secondo 941-545-4430 A4409102 $339,995 PALMETTO 2715 Terra Ceia Bay Boulevard 704 Toni Lyon 941-928-8735 A4212862 $329,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 3705 E Bay Drive 212 Deborah Capobianco 941-704-2394 A4408046 $299,900 BRADENTON 1802 26th Street W Hannah Hillyard 941-744-7358 A4402735 $226,900 BRADENTON 7610 34th Avenue W 303 Rich Sporl 941-761-7349 A4404707 $384,900 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 5806 Gulf Drive 201 2 Bed 2 Bath $1,375 Maria Kagin 941-779-4150 A4402329 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 3708 Gulf Drive 1 Hannah Hillyard 941-744-7358 A4209523 $1,335,000 BRADENTON 7821 17th Avenue W Ralph & Megg Faillace 941-713-9142 A4411806 $650,000 HOLMES BEACH 503 70th Street Laura Rulon 941-896-2757 A4406584 $649,000 ANNA MARIA ISLAND 5300 Gulf Drive 306 Laurie M Mock 941-232-3665 A4400024 $639,500 LONGBOAT KEY 5611 Gulf Of Mexico Drive 5 Laura Rulon 941-896-2757 A4207769 $599,000 BRADENTON 7411 20th Avenue NW Debbie Vogler 941-705-3328 A4212644 $575,000 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 Shop local, snack on PineOne card, triple savings In the push to encourage local business in the wake of red tide, three chambers of commerce banded together on a discount offer for the Manatee-Sarasota cials and is offered by the Anna Maria Island, LongThe card retails for $25 and can be purchased at of participating merchants, which will include retail For more information, call Lisa Hlywa at the AMI Its not your ordinary waffle coming to Pine Belgium Liege taste treats made from dough and pings, according to Potter, who owns the new booth Also on the menu? A coffee bar offering cappuccino, latte and more, all brewed with Cosmos Coffee, Tourism guru strikes again! Seems tourism guru and local business owner inspiration women need to look good, feel great and edition about women making midstream career entrepreneur, with two tourism-related businesses, AMI Beach Weddings and Anna Maria Island WedChamber of Commerce board of directors and is the Stay busy, islanders! Got business news? Contact Sandy Ambrogi at sandy@islander.org or call 941-778-7978. Longboat Key chamber members and guests enjoy sunset while on their tour of Sarasota Bay Sept. 13 aboard the Anna Maria Princess, a tour boat that operates from the Bradenton Beach Marina. The next Longboat Key chamber event will be the chairmans reception Wednesday, Nov. 7. Islander Photo: Bonner Joy PropertyWatchNo report Nov. 7

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28 NOV. 7, 2018 THE ISLANDER LOST AND FOUND PETS TRANSPORTATION BOATS & BOATING HELP WANTED to m. t church.com 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 ITEMS FOR SALE 2285. FREEBIE ITEMS FOR SALE or g ANNOUNCEMENTS m. GARAGE SALES TR AC TS APBS DO CT ER I BA CH AT AB OL TO NO RE AD SW EE TA ND SO UR NE GE RG O AN TE HE AR TA ND SO UL ER RS TI LT JP OP AR TS SH EES HL EI AB LA CU LA PE AC HE SA NDCR EA M E AT S NA PT IM ET AK EY OG IR HO BA N E DS S UNN IE R TA RA ND FE AT HE RS TO NE R DA LA IS UR FA GU AE LE GY IM MU NE RI GH TA ND WR ON G AP OL UN ES HE DI S NO NS EA SA AH SO NE ST EP AN DY STA NDU PA NDCH EE R CU ES TA SS HA MO TE LL O OP RY RS VP SP EW M ESS ST OP AN DS TA RE ET RE WI KI CO PM IX ED DO UB LE S AR IE UN OO NI TS CR OOG E B EES PE TS GT S K OW TO W ANSWERS TO NOV. 7 PUZZLE WE LIKE LIKES f acebook.com/ Islandernewspaper

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