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Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Uniform Title: Florida Keys keynoter
Portion of title: Keynoter
Physical Description: v : ill. (some col.) ; 36 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Keynoter Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Marathon Fla
Publication Date: 12-12-2012
Frequency: semiweekly[<1984-1997>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Marathon (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Monroe -- Marathon
Coordinates: 24.726389 x -81.040278 ( Place of Publication )
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778679022222 Classifieds . . .6B Living . . . .3B Business . . .7A Obituaries . . .2A Opinion . . .6A Sports/Outdoors .1B Crossword . . .4BINDEX Printed on 100% recycled newsprint CONTENTS 2012 KEYNOTER PUBLISHING CO. WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,DECEMBER 12,2012 VOLUME 59,NO.99 25 CENTS Brew time?Plans for a brewery pub in Key West's Waterfront Market move one step closer at Bight Board meeting today,Story 4A No Good HopeEggs harvested from a dying hawksbill turtle flown to Marathon for treatment are not viable and won't hatch,Story 3A Member FDICEqual Housing Lender Need A Loan? Call Us! 305-296-8535 KeysBank.com AniMadruga (305) 308-3210NMLS#: 812674 BrianBarroso (305) 393-4669NMLS#: 812460 KurtLewin (305) 304-4187NMLS#: 812476 BrianKelly (305) 393-6446NMLS#: 812475 LoriBailey (305) 304-6991NMLS#: 812459 Keys coalition cheers GovLocal officials are lauding the move by Gov. Rick Scott last week to reexamine a threatened "funding formula" change for Early Learning Coalition school readiness programs state-wide. ELC of Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties Director Evelio Torres told the Keynoter that the initial formula meant shifting more than $22 million in funding for Miami-Dade and Keys children to other areas of the state over the next six years. "The Governor's office will establish a work group that includes child advocates and some members of the legislature, as well as child care providers," he said. "It's going to be a much more thorough process and there will be an opportunity for public input and debate, which was missing. The Governor did exactly what needed to be done." According to the ELC website, school readiness programs are "designed to prepare children for school, particularly those from incomeeligible families. These programs are intended to serve as a preventive measure for children at risk of future school failure." The cut this year alone was $3.7 million, of which $206,920 came from Monroe County providers. Atotal of $1.62 million over six years would be cut from a long list of approved providers in Monroe County. One such provider is the Kreative Kids Christian Academy at New Life Church in Marathon. Director Karen MacCrory told the Keynoter 31 kids ages 6-8 show up each day after school many of whom come from low-income families and are looked after until around 5:30 p.m. "Come 3:30 [p.m.], instead of dropping them off here, they're probably going to be dropping them at home," MacCrory said, referring to the impact of threatened funding cuts in Monroe. According to the ELC of Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties, there are 20 approved child care centers in the Keys, as well as 28 "family child care homes," where a licensed caretaker looks after children in their home. There are also four afterschool programs funded with school readiness dollars, including ones operated by the U.S. Navy and MonroeScott asks to reassess formula that cost Keys early learning fundingSCHOOL READINESSBy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comSee Learning,5AHAPPY HOLIDAYS Keynoter photo by TODD SWIFTSanta's Workshop was one of dozens of Holiday Parade entries in Key West's annual holiday extravaganza,held Saturday night,which included motorized floats,marching units,antique cars and lots of elves and Santas with and without beards.Check out more parade photographs at: www.KeysNet.com/PHOTOS .Big money sure draws a crowdAFlorida Keys committee to oversee penalty settlements from the BPDeepwater Horizon oil spill started to take shape Tuesday. Aspecial meeting of the Monroe County Com-mission in Marathon attracted officials from most of the county's five municipalities. "When you talk about this kind of money, it draws a crowd," said commission Mayor George Neugent. That could range anywhere from $5.8 million to more than $23 million to be used locally, depending on the size of the final BP settlement, consultant Peggy Mathews told commissioners. Fines paid by BPto settle violations from massive 2010 spill in the Gulf of Mexico have been estimated at anywhere from $5 billion to $20 billion, Mathews said. The federal RESTORE Act standing for the Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunity and Revived Economies Act for the Gulf states directs a significant share of the fines from the BP spill to areas affected by the spill. Without the act, all the fine money would have gone to the general federal treasury. Monroe County belongs to the Florida Gulf Consortium, representing 23 Gulf Coast counties. Florida has a formula for allocating the money to Gulf Coast counties. Panhandle counties where the spill blackened beaches will receive most of the state allocation to spur projects thatBP money to Keys could be millionsFLORIDA KEYS Hemingway's six-toed cats face the fedsThe clowder of cats living at 907 Whitehead St. in Key West, all descended from a polydactyl kitten named Snowball gifted 75 years ago to Nobel winning novelist Ernest Hemingway, are poised to become the subject of federal regulation. That's per an opinion issued Monday by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, upholding previous court rulings, which essentially found that because the cats are used in materials promoting the Hemingway House and Museum, they have an impact on interstate commerce. Following from that, the six-toed felines are subject to regulation by the U.S. Department of Agriculture this barring a successful appeal. And any such appeal would have to be argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. In 1961, Bernie Dixon purchased the Hemingway house and property, which came with the cats, from Hemingway's estate and opened it to tours in 1964. Dixon's great nephew Michael Morawski runs the tour operation now. The legal wrangling began in October 1993 when neighbor and former Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Vice President Debra Schultz filed a complaint with the USDAalleging the cats weren't being cared for properly. With the court finding, the USDAcan routinely inspect the property and animals; require construction of elevated platforms and enclosures; and levy fines if the museum is found in vio-11th Circuit rules against Key West tour operatorKEY WEST Nobel winning novelist Ernest Hemingway lived in Key West in the 1930s,where his now famous six-toed cats all descended from a polydactyl kitten named Snowball.By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comSee BP,2ASee Cats,3A

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2A Wednesday,December 12,2012 PREDICTED TEMPERATURESDA Y HIGH L O W WED.82 72 THURS.81 72 FRI.81 70 SAT.81 70 Forecast: Mostly cloudy, 30% chance of rain Wednesday,breezy but less chance of rain by Friday. Clear on Saturday.Visit KeysNet.com/weatherfor radar and extended forecast.The Monroe County Health Department tests Keys beaches every two weeks for the presence of enteric bacteria.There currently are no Keys beaches with health advisories against swimming.FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER (ISSN 8756-6427,USPS# 0201-620) is published semi-weekly by Florida Keys Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158, Marathon,Florida 33050-0158. Subscription rates are $54.23 in the Keys.Your Keynoter home delivery subscription includes the Sunday edition of The Miami Herald.Keynoter mail subscriptions:$64.84 in Florida and $60.32 out-of-state.Please call for all other rates,including overseas mail.Periodicals Postage Paid at Marathon,Florida and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Address changes to FLORIDA KEYS KEYNOTER, PO BOX 500158,MARATHON,FL 33050-0158.Upper Keys 91655 Overseas Highway Tavernier,FL 33070 Newsroom .(305) 852-3216 Advertising .(305) 852-3216 Fax . . .(305) 853-1040 Fax . . .(305) 852-0199 Marathon 3015 Overseas Highway (P.O.Box 500158) Marathon,FL 33050-0158 Newsroom .(305) 743-5551 Advertising .(305) 743-5551 Fax . . .(305) 743-6397 Fax . . .(305) 743-9586 E-mail keynoter@keynoter.com Missing your paper? We no longer offer same-day redelivery for missing or wet papers.Customers can request a credit or next-day redelivery by calling 743-5551.After hours,call toll-free (800) 843-4372.KEYS WEATHER BEACH ADVISORIES CONTACT US NEWS BRIEFSTraffic crackdown begins today for holiday seasonFlorida law enforcement agencies are announcing a crackdown on unsafe drivers over the holidays. Dubbed "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over," the crackdown is being spearheaded by the Florida Highway Patrol, Department of Transportation and local law enforcement agencies. Endorcement efforts will include sobriety checkpoints and enforcement of speed and other traffic laws. The crackdown will begin today (Dec. 12) and run through Jan. 1, 2013, state officials said. "We want everyone to enjoy their holidays, but we also want our roadways to be safe," said Colonel Brierton, Florida Highway Patrol. "We will be out in force to help save lives, and we are not going to tolerate impaired driving. WKYZ Florida KeysPirateRadioKeyWest.com 96.7 FM 101.7 FM Keys News on the half-hour Daily (M-F) News Director Don Riggs M or nings 7:30 8:30 9:30 A f t er no ons 4:30 5:30 Casual Gourmet Oceanfront Dining Seating 12:00 noon until 8:00 p.m.Make Your Reservations 289-1554Call early for New Years ReservationsThe only thing we overlook is the ocean.ŽRainbow Bend Resort Mile Marker 58, Grassy Key 4:30 pm to 10:00 pm Open 7 Days All Major Credit Cards Accepted Christmas For TwoChoice ofWhole Turkey(10-12 lb.) Baked Stuffed Hog Fishw/ Newburg SauceBaked Ham w/Port Raisin Sauce$58 per coupleEntrees include salad, breads, trimmings & holiday pies Co-defendants plead in burglary, assault casePaul Toppino's two codefendants in an alleged assault followed his lead and agreed to negotiated plea agreements prior to the planned Dec. 10 start date of a felony criminal trial. Michael Dennis, 67, and Graciela Lozano, 48, agreed to plea no contest to misdemeanor charges of battery and trespassing in an occupied structure. As punishment, Dennis and Lozano agreed to serve 45 days in jail; one year of probation; and pay around $17,000 in restitution, court fines and fees. Toppino, 69, previously agreed to plea to the same charges and serve a 120-day jail term; one year of probation; and pay around $56,000 in restitution. The trio on July 19, 2011, allegedly went to an apartment at 1719 Thompson St., which Lozano manages, to evict tenant Angel Roman. Toppino had in his pocket a .38-caliber Ruger handgun with six bullets one in the chamber and a backup magazine in his pocket; Dennis wielded a baseball bat. When Roman answered the door, the group allegedly rushed in and started beating him. Lozano was charged with burglary with assault, Dennis with burglary with assault while armed with a dangerous weapon and Toppino with burglary with assault while carrying a firearm the most serious charge (which carried a potential sentence of life imprisonment). Prosecuting Assistant Monroe County State Attorney Mark Wilson said Dennis and Lozano were sentenced on Monday by Circuit Court Judge Mark Jones and immediately began the probationary term. Dennis will turn himself in on Jan. 9, followed by Lozano on Feb. 15, Wilson said. Toppino, who is recovering from surgery to fix a rotator cuff injury, is up for sentencing on Dec. 18.Dennis,Lozano will also serve some jail timeKEY WEST TOPPINOLord-Papy asks to rescind salary cutFlorida Keys Mosquito Control Commissioner Joan Lord-Papy, in her final meeting as an elected official, is proposing to rescind a salary cut for commissioners that it turns out apparently never happened. Lord-Papy, who's retiring after 20 years on the board, is asking to "return commissioner salaries to 2011-12 levels." But according to district Comptroller Bill Southcott, they're at 2011-12 levels now. The board voted in August 2011 to remove a $2,400 housing allowance paid to all other employees, but that cut was effective for the fiscal year 2011-12. That means commissioners' salaries $21,438 for non-officers and $22,038 for the treasurer and chairman are the same in fiscal year 2012-13 as they were the previous year. This summer, the board did discuss, but never voted on, an additional 10 percent salary cut during fiscal year 2012-13 budget discussions. Lord-Papy did not return a call Tuesday seeking clarification on her agenda item for Friday's meeting, which begins at 10 a.m. at the district office on 107th Street in Marathon. Other commissioners were apparently under the impression that the 10 percent pay cut happened. Chairman Jack Bridges said he's been telling constituents the cut was made and plans to rectify the situation come January. "When we make an error at Mosquito Control, we will fix it. It is too late to put anything new on the agenda for Friday's meeting; however, I will propose at the January meeting that we amend the budget to reflect the pay cut many, if not all, of us have been touting," he wrote in an e-mail to the Keynoter. Bridges said he sent an email to Southcott Tuesday requesting that he "immediately cut my salary by 10 percent retroactively to October 1." Meanwhile, as Lord-Papy proposes to enhance commissioner compensation, Commissioner Phil Goodman is asking employees including commissioners to contribute $50 per month toward their benefit package. "I brought this up several times over the last six months and I just believe that in the private sector people pay more and more. The costs are skyrocketing. In Mosquito Control no one pays for their own insurance. Beneficiaries pay some, but employees are fully paid by Mosquito Control," Goodman said. Bridges said he plans to support Goodman's idea. At her final meeting on Skeeter BoardMOSQUITO CONTROLspur economic or environmental improvements. But even a slice of $20 billion could prove significant. Neugent, the county's primary representative on the Consortium, said Tuesday that references to Monroe County's share of the fines actually includes all of the Keys municipalities as well. "We're all working together to include everyone in this process," he said. "How much detail do we need to get into when there's still so much uncertainty?" wondered Com-missioner Heather Car-ruthers. John Wayne Smith, a lobbyist for the Florida Association of Counties, said the local governments need to be ready to react quickly as the settlements take shape. Citing concerns about "double" Sunshine Law coverage people who would be covered as part of the local spill committee and by other board membership the county commission at first voted to exclude elected officials. That was then repealed due to objections. "In Key Colony Beach, we have five elected commissioners and three department heads," said city commissioner John DeNeale. "When you take out five commissioners, there's almost nobody left." Members of the committee should have expertise in business, tourism, natural resources and other key areas, consultants and county staff said. "Monroe County is in a very unique position in that projects to improve water quality or habitat restoration could benefit the entire Gulf Coast," Mathews said. Additional discussions on BP related issues are scheduled for today's county commission meeting in Marathon.Need to work together'From BP,1ABy RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.com NEWPRACTICEof Dr. Stewart Eidelson of South Palm Orthospine Institute is open13365 Overseas Highway, Suite 102Marathon, FL 33050 Dr. Eidelson is a Board Certified Spine and Pain Management Specialist. Visit him at www .ortho-spine.com By appointment only.(561) 742-5959 Keynoter Staff www.keysnet.com PELLETIER Marguerite Elaine Pelletier Dec.18, 1930 November 27, 2012. We mourn the passing of Marguerite Elaine Pelletier, Marge as many knew her. Marge was a caring mother and nurse, an insouciant world traveler and a devout Catholic. She was predeceased by her loving husband John, her son Brian, and her brother Edward. She leaves daughter Patrice (Robert) Sanders of Key West, FL, son Michael of Chelmsford, MA, daughter Denise (Gary) Hall, of Franklinton, SC, son Paul (Monique) of Fairfax, VA, daughter Jeanine (Jeffery) Perry of Mashpee, MA, daughter Lisa (Willie) Greene of Deltona, FL, daughter Michelle (Keith) Mercer of Bedford, NH, daughter Collette Botelho of Landrum, SC, son Mark (Beth) of Maputo, Mozambique, daughter Marie (Fernando) Carreiro of Westport, MA, sister Janice Dixon of Tewksberry, MA, eighteen grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. There will be a celebration of her life on December 17, 2012 from 5 to 8 pm at Baldwin Fairchild Funeral Home Oaklawn Chapel, 5000 CR 46A, Sanford Fl 32771. A Mass of Christian Burial on December 18, 2012 at her beloved Church of the Nativity 3255 N. Ronald Reagan Blvd., Longwood, FL. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to VNA/Hospice of the Florida Keys. Please view and sign family guestbook at www.baldwinfairchild.com MNOPQRSTUVYXYZ<>1234567890,./-=_ High School in 1970. Attending numerous aerobic workshops and certification programs, Debbie was certified as an aerobics instructor. She was a Communicant of St. Michael Catholic Church in Newark and San Pablo Catholic Church in the Florida Keys. She was active in St. Michael Church for many years serving as Eucharistic Minister, was a member of Parish Council, Social Ministry, Womens Bible Study at Wayne County Jail, Outreach Program, T.I.C., Marian Cenacle, and Monday Rosary Prayer Group for Pro-Life and Rosary Altar Society. She had worked at Coles Department Store in Newark Plaza. Then, she was an aerobics instructor at Thins In and later owned and operated "Get Physical Exercise Co." and "Get Tan-Fast-ic Tanning Salon. She was a teacher assistant at "Newark Cooperative Pre-School" and worked as "Program Assistant" at W.A.R.C. Seniors Day Program in Newark. Debbie was a lifetime volunteer since high school, volunteering at Newark Developmental Center, Youth Community Programs on Joseph Avenue, Rochester, with the Sisters of Mercy of the Diocese of Rochester. She also was an adult volunteer at Newark Central School (Lincoln, Kelly and High School) and Newark-Wayne Community Hospital. Debbie served on the Board of Directors at "Roosevelt Childrens Center," in its pioneer years at the "old" Roosevelt School on East Union Street in Newark. She also served on the Board of Directors at Alex Eligh Community Center. Debbie enjoyed cooking, baking and entertaining, especially celebrating family birthdays. An avid long-distance runner, for more than 20 years, she averaged 56-84 miles a week. Her best run was 10 miles in 60 minutes. She enjoyed her membership at the gym. She was dedicated to starting each day by praying her beloved rosary and worshipping at daily Mass. Debbie was devoted to her family and loved each of them, unconditionally, cherishing them as "her most precious gifts from God." She loved and enjoyed the companionship of her dogs, Struedel, Buddy and Mishka and strolling with them through the park and neighborhood. She delighted in decorating her home for the holidays, changing seasons and other special occasions. The community looked forward to her front porch dcor. Debbie enjoyed art, music and poetry. She was enchanted by the ocean and beach, and treasured time spent at their sea-side retreat in the Florida Keys. Debbies heart, arms and home were always opened wide to tenderly embrace all, especially those most in need (i.e. "her street angels") She is survived by her husband of 41 years, Robert Lyons, daughter Kirsten and son Travis, her brother James Wage and wife Mary, a sister Barbara Vincent and husband Bob and several aunts and uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews Remembrances may be made to: www.murphyandsonsfuneral home.com LYONSDeborah A. "Debbie" Lyons, (Wage) Newark --Deborah Ann Lyons, 60, of 418 East Avenue, Newark, went to be with the Lord on Thursday, August 30, 2012 at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital. Friends may call from 3-7 P.M. on Saturday and Sunday (Sept 1st and 2nd) at the Paul L. Murphy & Sons Funeral Home, 127 East Miller Street, Newark. Father Felix Dalimpuo will celebrate a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 A.M. on Monday (Sept. 3rd) at St. Michael Church, S. Main St., Newark. Burial will be in Newark Cemetery. Memorials, in her name, may be made to St. Michaels Church, 401 S. Main St., Newark 14513 or the Wayne County Humane Society, 1475 County House Road, Lyons 14489 or a charity of your choice. Deborah was born on June 8, 1952 in Newark, N.Y. the daughter of late Robert C. and Thelma J. (Krebbeks) Wage. She attended parochial school and graduated from Newark

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Zirkelbach said Jeanette Wyneken, a professor at Florida Atlantic University and expert in sea turtle biology, made the final determination on the eggs. "Dr. Wyneken examined Good Hope's eggs and determined that they were not viable. There was no sign of development in the eggs. She said that we...cared for the eggs well and went on to say that our incubation room resembled her lab where she incubated eggs successfully this past summer," she said. Turtle Hospital staff did everything possible to care for the eggs, even having sand flown in from St. Croix, where the eggs "were nestled and kept firm and moist." "Clutches of Good Hope's eggs buried in St. Croix sand were incubated for over 60 days. Turtle Hospital staff monitored the sand temperature and moisture level daily with hope that Good Hope's legacy would live on by way of hatchlings," Zirkelbach said. Good Hope had been responding well to treatment and was set to undergo surgery to repair eyelid damage when she was discovered dead by hospital staff. The turtle had been laying eggs and local veterinarian Doug Mader harvested the remaining 58 eggs after she died. Hawksbill eggs prove not viable after harvestMARATHON Dr.Doug Mader harvested 58 eggs from the dying hawksbill turtle flown to Marathon from the U.S.Virgin Islands. By RYAN MCCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comlation. From the opinion: "The museum's exhibition of the cats substantially affects interstate commerce. The museum argues that its activities are of a purely local nature because the Hemingway cats spend their entire lives at the museum." But, "It is well-settled that when local businesses solicit out-of-state tourists, they engage in activity affecting interstate commerce. The museum invites and receives thousands of admissions-paying visitors from beyond Florida, many of whom are drawn by the museum's reputation for and purposeful marketing of the Hemingway cats." 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Send Check/Money Orders To:Rotary of Key West 819 Peacock Plaza #118 Key West Florida 33040 A Stocking Stuffer To Put A Smile On Their FaceRotary Club of Key West 2013 RaffleProceeds to benefit the local Childrens Dental Fund and the KWHS Senior ClassGRAND PRIZE A NISSAN VERSA D Bight board considers $2 million development dealWith a major development agreement in place and a new partner in the mix, plans to transform the old Waterfront Market on the Key West Bight into a working brewery, pub, restaurant and venue are quickly materializing. Local restaurateur Chris Schultz The Porch and 2 Cents came up with the concept, teamed up with Joe Walsh Mangoes, Caroline's, Jack Flats, Fogarty's and Red Fish Blue Fish and in July got Key West City Commission approval to go forward with the Caroline Street development. On Wednesday the Key West Bight Management Board, which oversees all leases in the bight area, will consider an amendment to the proposed brewery lease, essentially agreeing to front $2 million in construction costs that would be paid back with interest. The lease term is 20 years, at a base rate of $397,782 per year, plus a portion of operating revenue once the business opens, for the 18,942 square foot building. The $2 million in capital funding will draw interest of $972,586 over the life of the lease. In the early 1990s, the bight, running from Trumbo Point down Caroline Street and around to the end of Greene Street, was going through a rocky transition from decades as a commercial fishing hub into an uncertain future of dwindling business and blight. Now, there's a harbor walk and signs that tout the historic working-waterfront element. There are also diverse restaurants and bars, retail stores and attractions that have one thing in common: They pay rent to the city. That's because beginning in 1996, city officials created the Community Redevelopment Agency to oversee the bight, Caroline Street and, non-contiguously, parts of Bahama Village. The city's Senior Property Manager Marilyn Wilbarger picked up on the bight's redevelopment history as supporting the $2 million investment. "When reviewing the original intent of the city's acquisition of the Key West Bight, it was noted that the purpose for buying the property was to preserve the public access to the waterfront [and] preserve the historic maritime character while making sure that the property produces sufficient income, all of which have been successful to date. To jump-start brewery at Waterfront KEY WESTAudit committee debates HOB savings'Recent questions and criticisms about cost savings going to the Monroe County School District's contractor on the Horace O'Bryant Middle School rebuild boiled over last week at a meeting of the advisory Audit and Finance Committee. Last month then AFC Chairman Stuart Kessler the gavel has since passed to Roger McVeigh issued a written report to the School Board suggesting that a six-figure change order circumvented the board's own approval policy. Contract project manager Bill Sprague, at a Dec. 3 AFC meeting in Marathon, vehemently defended his accounting of more than $600,000 in savings on the $40 million project. The contract called for a 60-40 split of any savings, giving $243,502 to Coastal and $365,253 for the school district. "The intent was this money had been approved by the board. This was not us going out and saying we're going to take [money] we didn't have already and commit it," Sprague said. Kessler pointed out that board policy and Florida statute dictates that any change orders in excess of $25,000, barring particular emergency scenarios, go to the board for a vote. That never happened with the change order associated with the cost savings split. Sprague, at one point, suggested bypassing the whole issue by altering the name from "change order" to "external revision. If the contract read 180 degrees opposite of what it reads now, you would have no idea what they're saving." "That's the scariest thing I've ever heard," Kessler remarked. Longtime schools watchdog and newly minted District 3 board member Ed Davidson was in attendance and made his presence and opinion felt throughout the session. Davidson called Sprague's suggestion that every dollar alteration be approved by board members would cause delays to the project timeline "scare tactics." "Highly qualified people should be able to deal with, in advance, problems that are impending," Davidson said. Speaking of board policies, he added: "What isn't there is that folks involved have the authority to use money as they see fit. "Any change of more than $25,000 has to come to the School Board as a matter of policy. Changes inside the total are nonetheless changes to the contract." McVeigh quickly stepped in to note that Davidson's opinion as a board member wasn't reflective of the board's cumulative opinion and simply an "interpretation." The highlight of the meeting came when McVeigh and Kessler began arguing about whether $25,000 change orders explicitly invoke board review. "There's two sides to that coin," McVeigh said in reference to his interpretation argument. "No there's not, Roger," Kessler came back. "It's a statute, Roger." "That's your opinion," McVeigh shot back, voice elevated, then really pushing his point home through repetition said, "The board may, the board may, the board may, the board doesn't have to, the board may" approve change orders in excess of $25,000. Superintendent Mark Porter has said no savings money will be divided until after construction is completed, expected by July.Contractor claims share of $600k already authorizedOUR SCHOOLS LESLIE LEOPOLD 305-942-0215 Exceptional Properties... Exceptional Service!www.MyFloridaKeysProperties.com By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com The Waterfront Market,owned by the city of Key West,closed two years ago.A new partner hopes to transform the place into a working brewery,pub and restaurant with an assist from the city.Keys candidates apply for FWCAmajority of the state's leading fishery-management agency could be replaced by early 2013, and at least three Monroe County residents have raised their hands to volunteer. Currently, none of the seven Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission board members have direct ties to the Florida Keys. "The FWC is like the Public Service Commission for commercial and recreational fishing," said Mike Puto, a former Monroe County Commissioner and Marathon city manager who sent an application to Gov. Rick Scott. "Monroe County is a major seafood producer and fishing destination," Puto said. "There's all this going on here." Bruce Popham, Marathon Boat Yard owner and former chairman of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council, also sent a resume to Tallahassee. So did Bill Kelly, who works as executive director of the Florida Keys Commercial Fishermen's Association and has represented the Islamorada Charter Boat Association in marine regulatory issues. "It's my understanding that the governor has expressed interest in having somebody from Monroe County on the commission," Popham said. Rodney Barreto, a Miami-Dade County resident who has property in the Keys, served as FWC chairman over a decade before stepping down. "There's been no one from Monroe County since Rodney Barreto so I hope that's something the governor considers," Puto said. "I've lived in the Keys most of my life, I'm a boat owner and recreational fisherman, and I know the issues that commercial fishermen face." Popham said his work with the Keys sanctuary and in-depth knowledge of the marine industry could be useful. Kelly sharpened his expertise on fishing regulatory issues while working as a charter captain, and now rarely misses an FWC meeting to speak on behalf of the commercial industry. The Governor's Office could not say at press time how many applications for the FWC board have been received, of if any other Keys residents have sent applications. No deadline for naming new members has been announced, but could happen early in 2013 so the members could be confirmed by the Florida Senate this spring. Three members of the current FWC board Chairman Kenneth Wright of Winter Park, Vice Chair Kathy Barco of Jacksonville and Ron Bergeron of Fort Lauderdale finished their first five-year terms in August and remain on the board on an interim basis. "All three have expressed interest in being reappointed," an FWC spokesman said. Richard Corbett of Tampa finishes his second term in January, and has not requested to be reappointed. The FWC oversees an agency that employees nearly 2,100 employees to manage saltwater and freshwater fishing, hunting and animal protection, and wildlife and fisheries research. Puto,Popham, Kelly contact Gov's officeMONROE COUNTY RENTING?BUYING? SELLING?Use the KeynoterClassifieds for all your real estate needs. 743-5551 By SEAN KINNEYskinney@keynoter.com By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.com

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Wednesday,December 12,2012 5A Keynoter KeysNet.com €Hearing TestCALLFOR APPT. € IN-HOME SERVICENathan Trigoboff (H.A.S., Doctor of Education)C.I.CNearly invisible 100% Digital$79500THE OPTICAL SHOPPEDR. BOILINI'S OFFICE743-8316451-14812375 O/S Hwy., Marathon KeyKey Largowww.hearingaidman.com OPEN FITS $995.00 THE HEARING AID MAN THE CITYOFKEYWESTCode Compliance HearingW ednesday December 19, 2012 at 1:30 p.m. Old City Hall, 510 Greene StreetIt is the policy of the City of Key West to comply with all requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The facility is accessible. For sign language interpreters, assistive listening devices, or materials in accessible format, please call the TTYnumber at 305-809-1000 or the ADA Coordinator at 305-809-3951 at least five business days in advance.Published Keynoter 12/12/12 County S chool District. Wesley H ouse Family S ervices is the go-through local agency for state EL C funding. Ex ecutive Director Doug B lomberg told the Keynoter that funding cuts in M onroe have meant growing wait lists for care up and down the Keys. The result could be an increase in what B lomberg referred to as latch k ey chil-dren, meaning those ages 6 8 who are going home to an empty house after school because there are no other options. Any time we cannot provide enough either preor after-school care we have a ris k of children being at ris k of neglect and or becoming latchk ey children because they re not properly supervised, he said. B lomberg said school readiness funding in M onroe County supports almost 7 00 k ids. It involves children ages 0-8. We had a reduction in funding in J uly. When we institute a wait list that means the last ones we ll serve are ages 6 -8, he said. The bottom line, according to Torres, is that moving funding out of the Keys would leave a lot of lesser-income families with difficult decisions. M any rely on the funding to offset the cost of daycare.Cuts mean more latch k ey 'k idsFrom Learning,1A A Very Merry Band ConcertSanta will be there!Founders ParkBayside MM 87 Islamorada 2012-2013 PERFORMING SEASON Bring a blanket or lawn chair„ New Band Members Welcome „ Keynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYKreative Kids Academy serves 31 kids ages 6-8 in after-school care.Feds add porn c h argesAformer M onroe County substitute teacher charged on the state level in N ovember with 130 counts of child porn is now charged federally. M onday, the U S Attorney s O ffice said William B ritt, 55, of Key West is additionally charged with possession of material involving the se x ual e x ploitation of minors and with illegal possession of a firearm. H e made his initial appearance M onday in Key West before U S M agistrate L urana S now. U S Attorney Wilfredo Ferrer said that B ritt possessed multiple videos containing child pornography. H e also possessed a short-barreled shotgun, which was not registered as required by federal law. If convicted, B ritt faces a possible statutory ma x imum sentence of up to 10 years in prison on the charges. B ritt had been held at the M onroe County Detention Center but records show he s no longer there, indicating he is now in federal custody. The investigation involved the M onroe County S heriff s O ffice ; F B I ; H omeland S ecurity ; and the B ureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. In early N ovember, B ritt was charged locally with 1 2 3 counts of possessing child pornography and seven counts of possessing a photograph of a se x ual performance by a child. At the time, the S heriff s O ffice said B ritt came to the agency s attention after his former landlord saw child porn in a bo x as he was helping B ritt move out of his Cud j oe Key home. The landlord called police. B ritt was arrested following a search of his recreational vehicle, par k ed at the U S N avy s S igsbee P ar k where he reportedly moved. In it, police said, detectives found the child porn along with the sawed-off shotgun, as well as a loaded handgun. The children depicted in some of the pictures in B ritt s collection were as young as 6 police said. R ecords provided by the M onroe County S chool District s H uman R esources Department indicate B ritt earned $ 100 daily substituting at H orace O'B ryant M iddle S chool, S ugarloaf S chool, Key West H igh S chool, M arathon H igh S chool, P oinciana E lementary S chool, G lynn Archer E lementary S chool and G erald Adams E lementary S chool. H e started as a sub in 2 010. S uperintendent M ar k P orter said there is no evidence B ritt harmed any children, and that B ritt had undergone a successful bac k ground chec k Was teacher substitute at 7 schoolsBy KeysNet StaffCRIME BRITT

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Opinion & EditorialWednesday,December 12,2012 Florida Keys Keynoter 6A Letters of local interest are welcome,but subject to editing and condensing.There is a 400-word limit.Letters thanking an indiv idual are welcome.Space does not permit publication of thank-you letters consisting of lists.Letters must be signed.Anonymous letters will not be published.Include a daytime phone number (which will not be published) where you may be reached if there are questions about your correspondence. Mail: Editor,Keynoter,P.O.Box 500158,Marathon,FL 33050 E-mail: keynoter@keynoter.com Fax: 743-6397 Letters to the Editor Wayne Markham . . . . . . .Publisher Larry Kahn . . . . . . . . .Editor Kathie Bryan . . . . . .Financial Director Todd Swift . . . . . .Production Manager Carter Townshend . . . .Circulation Manager PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY Contents copyright 2012 Keynoter Publishing Co. EDITORIALPlate served with reversalLETTERS TO THE EDITORLobby for deductionThe Florida Keys'only free charitable clinic, the Good Health Clinic, and other noteworthy nonprofits in Monroe County need your voice to be heard in Washington immediately. At this very moment, the administration and Congress are trying to limit or do away with the charitablededuction tax credit. We can ill afford this measure. The Good Health Clinic is one of the few charitable nonprofit organizations that receives absolutely no funds from the state or federal governments. We rely heavily on charitable donations to support the critical work we do on a daily basis. The current charitable-deduction structure has been an effective strategy for incentivizing support for essential nonprofit activities in vulnerable and rural populations like Monroe County. The charitablededuction tax credit is instrumental and extremely vital for us to continue to provide free health care to the underserved residents and workers of the Upper Keys. We urge you to send a strong letter or e-mail to the president, your senator, your congressmen. Tell them it is unacceptable to limit or do away with the charitable-deduction tax credit because of their failings to avoid the fiscal cliff. The homeless and underserved people of this county need our protection. The Good Health Clinic has been working on building a healthier community one patient at a time. If the administration and the elected officials change this policy, it will affect thousands of people who rely on our programs and services daily. Please take action now. There are roughly two weeks before the fiscal cliff is reached. To send an e-mail, letter or fax, visit www.white house.gov www.senate.gov and www.house.gov Kim Sovia-Crandon Executive director Good Health Clinic TavernierWith backlash about outsourcing tags, DMVdecides to keep service with the state's tax collectorsEvery once in awhile, the wheels of bureaucracy come cranking to a halt and, even more rarely, kick into reverse. That loud screeching noise you may have heard Monday came from just such an event happening at the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. Plans to privatize the state license-plate distribution to for-profit vendors have been withdrawn. This came after strong objections were mounted by the county tax collectors who sell the plates for the DMVnow. Our own Monroe County tax collector, Dee Dee Henriquez, joined colleagues in opposition to the idea, telling the Keynoter back in October when DOTfirst floated their trial balloon that this would be bad for motorists. If license tags were outsourced, she said, "There is no benefit to the consumer. There will be longer waits and it could take three to five days longer to receive their tags if they go to centralized tag issuance. My office provides immediate turnaround." Apparently the message was heard in the corridors of DMVheadquarters in Tallahassee. On Monday, the department's director, Julie Jones, told the Miami Herald : "Based on the input, we have decided to withdraw." The agency still plans to move forward with a redesign of the state's license plate, employing larger, bolder letters. The purpose: "To make the plates more readable by toll booth cameras." The wheels grind on.DOE correct to back trackIn yet another example of Tallahassee bureaucrats getting the message, the Florida Department of Education's interim commissioner told lawmakers the new teacher evaluation system has problems. Oh, you think? Release of the first statewide results last week put the department in the unenviable position of having to withdraw the results shortly after they issued scores for each school district and school in the state. Turns out, for example, that Monroe County had not yet sent its teacher scorecards to Tallahassee for compilation, yet Monroe was cited as one district where every teacher rated "effective." Statewide, the same data showed that only 3.5 percent of Florida's teachers scored as "not satisfactory." Oh, if only that were true. We'd say it's back to the drawing board, but don't have a firm belief the Department of Education can get its act together so quickly. The Good Health Clinic in Tavernier provides medical care to those lacking insurance or who are under-insured.Thanks,Fishermen'sI would like to remind all the people in this area of the tremendous asset we have in Marathon, Fishermen's Community Hospital. One of the best reasons for this great asset is the staff of dedicated, hard-working people that do such a great job of taking care of you and me when we need it. I just spent a very painful three weeks there and I cannot thank those folks enough. Whenever I was in pain, and sometimes it was severe, the nurses did whatever they could to alleviate it and make me as comfortable as possible. I would like to thank publicly Maureen, Pat, Suzanne, Amber, Stacey, Chelsea, Nancy, Susan, Linda, Maria, Susan, Steve, Cherrie, Beth, Barbara, Cindy, Donna, Judy, Eleana, Irma, Judith, Susan and, last but not least, Thomas and Marshall. If I have forgotten someone, I apologize. My memory is not as good as some, but from the bottom of my heart, I say thank you. Larry Totten Key Colony Beach Fishermen's Community Hospital has a great staff,the letter writer says. Sandy help from KeysOrganizer Billy Brown and Mangrove Mama's hosted a recent concert, silent auction and dinner at Mangrove Mama's for Superstorm Sandy victims. Raising $1,400, the group put together a day of music, raffles, kids' games and other activities. With music by Adrienne, the Twist of 8 Band, the Ray West Band, Phoenix, the Moondogs and the Billy Brown Band, about 200 people attended throughout the day. J.B. Hunt Advancement officer American Red Cross Key West Photo by J.B.HUNTAmerican Red Cross trucks are lined up and ready to fan out to help in Somerset,N.J. Curry saw much history unfold in herdayLamar Louise Curry, born Dec. 11, 1906 in Key West, died Dec. 3, eight days short of her 106th birthday. Her father was a major landowner with holdings in the Florida Keys and in Miami-Dade County. The Curry family's legacy encompassed commercial developments, including Buttonwood Bay in Key Largo on which Miss Curry imposed tight, conservationminded deed restrictions and Curry Hammock State Park in the Middle Keys. She left Key West in 1916 when her parents moved to Miami. Agraduate of Miami Senior High in 1923, she then went to Florida Southern College, graduating in 1927. She taught in the MiamiDade school system until 1962. During her lifetime, Miss Curry as everyone called her heard statesman William Jennings Bryan speak, saw her mother off to elegant tea parties at Henry Flagler's grand Royal Palm hotel and met the teenage Charles Lindbergh who was learning to fix airplanes in Miami. An astute observer of the South Florida real estate market, Curry sold off her father's vast holdings at propitious times, enabling a life of dignified luxury and quiet philanthropy. She was the privileged only child of landholder Alfred Bates Curry, whose English forebears migrated to Spanish Wells, Eleuthera, and his wife, Stobo DePass Curry, whose Dutch ancestors settled colonial Virginia. One of her distant relatives was William Curry, Key West's Mayor in 1854-55. And the Curry family manse in Key West, known as The Curry House, is now a restored bread and breakfast inn on Fleming Street. The retired teacher considered her decades of teaching history at Miami Senior High as her greatest legacy. "Nobody who came out of Miss Curry's class could be accused of being historical illiterates,''said Bob Graham, former U.S. senator and Florida governor, one of many students who remained close to their teacher until her death. "She expected you to know the date when the First World War ended, but was mainly concerned that you understood the rationale and major themes of American history,''Graham recalled. "She was a wonderful storyteller. She taught history as an ongoing series of stories about human beings, not just dry recitations of wars and other hallmarks of history courses.'' "The main things I wanted to teach were how to study; to indoctrinate them in patriotism, loyalty, and understand that a good action would bring a good reaction, and likewise, a bad action a bad reaction,''she said in a 1986 University of Florida oral history. "I never promised them anything unless I could and did keep the promise.'' In 2003, the Miami-Dade School Board named Lamar Louise Curry Middle School, 15750 SW47th St., in her honor. In an oral history archived by the University of Florida, she talked about how Miami was "a pretty little mediumsized town''when the family arrived (in 1916 from Key West), "clean and very attractive...The people were friendly, and we enjoyed it very much.'' Her father predicted that Miami would become "the largest city on the East Coast south of Baltimore, she said. "Also, it was going to be the gateway to all Latin America. People looked at him in amazement in those days when he said that.'' Among his early land purchases: a 12-grave plot at Woodlawn Cemetery. Miss Curry was buried there on Friday alongside her parents and her Aunt Lamar.Key West native leaves behind legacy at 105By ELINOR J.BRECHERMiami Herald StaffKEYS HISTORY Bayfront Park plaque in downtown Miami honors Lamar Louise Curry's parents,who were large landowners in the Keys and in Miami.Miss Curry was responsible for the conservation deed restrictions that allowed development of Buttonwood Bay in Key Largo.And land assembled by her father was later sold to the state for Curry Hammock State Park in Marathon.

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Call Laura at 743-5551 BusinessREALTORS'BASH The Marathon & Lower Keys Association of Realtors had its annual installation and awards banquet Nov.30 at the Marathon Yacht Club.Brian Schmitt installed the 2013 board of directors,which comprises (from left) Lisa Ferringo,Natalie Johnson,Lynn Lucas (volunteer of the year),Kellie VanStry Fricke,Stacie Kidwell,Derrick Johnson,Trish Hintze (President's Award),Kelly Willey,Sandra Tuttle,Lea Ruesch (president) and Ava Bianchino (and not pictured,Gidget Jackson).Debbie Roseberry Odem was named Realtor of the year,Ryan Elwell of Royal Furniture affiliate of the year and attorney Tom Wright was recognized for service to the board.Ups,downs for loyalty cardsWalgreens wants to reward customers for merely taking a walk, and Rite Aid will help cover trial gym memberships for some of its frequent shoppers. All the national drugstore chains now offer a free customer loyalty program loaded with incentives to use their cards. Walgreen Co., the nation's largest drugstore chain, became the latest when it unveiled its Balance Rewards program in September. Experts say frequent shoppers should consider en-rolling but also should be aware that they're sacrificing some privacy. Here are four questions to consider before a store clerk asks you to sign up during your next visit.Why enroll?Why would I want another card cluttering my key ring? For starters, there's a chance to save money or build up points toward a future purchase. Walgreens'Balance Rewards program gives customer several ways to add points through both stores and online purchases. Shoppers receive a $5 award when they accrue 5,000 points. The reward climbs to $50 for 40,000 points. Rite Aid gives customers a 10 percent discount on store-brand products once they've built up 250 points through that company's Wellness Plus program. That climbs to a 20-percent discount for non-prescription purchases at 1,000 points. CVS offers through its ExtraCare program 2 percent back on non-prescription purchases and a dollar reward for every two prescriptions purchased. These programs resemble airline frequent flyer benefits, said Lisa Gill, prescription drugs editor for Consumer Reports. "If you're looking to save money, this is absolutely one thing to consider," she said.Is there more?What else do these programs provide? These loyalty programs offer layers of benefits, with some straying beyond the drugstore's walls to keep you interested. Balance Reward members can earn 10 points for every mile walked through a "Walk with Wal-greens" program. Rite Aid will cover a two-week trial membership and half the sign-up fee for a Curves membership for Wellness Plus members who accumulate 500 points. Curves is a fitness center chain for women. The drugstore chain also offers screenings or a health magazine subscription for customers who reach that level. Some companies also offer around-the-clock access to a pharmacist online or through toll-free numbers, and they may provide discounts on treatments for specific conditions like diabetes.The down sideWhat are the drawbacks? These cards have some limitations. Customers cannot earn points when paying for prescriptions in some states or if they have coverage through government-funded programs like Medicare or Medicaid. Pharmacists are generally experts in their company's programs, so customers should ask whether they can use loyalty cards when they pay for a prescription. Some products, such as cigarettes, also are excluded from these programs. These cards aim to encourage customers to visit more frequently, and those visits can add up. Drugstores are generally more expensive places to shop compared to grocery stores or big retailers like Target, said Jeff Jonas, an analyst who covers the industry for Gabelli & Co. They can be competitive on items such as baby formula or diapers and convenient if you just need a couple things. But the corner drugstore might not be the best option for the bulk of your weekly groceries. Customers who sign up for these loyalty cards sacrifice some privacy. The cards give companies a record of your buying habits and shopping patterns. If you have a sensitive purchase for which you'd rather not receive a follow-up marketing email, then don't use your loyalty card. "Just remember, these are voluntary, you don't have to do these, you can still shop at stores without being part of the loyalty program," Gill of Consumer Reports said. CVS, Walgreen and Rite Aid all say that they do not sell the data they collect from their loyalty program members.What else?What do the companies get out of all of this? The cards give companies loads of information to help them drive business to their stores, stock shelves and tailor marketing. Jonas, an ExtraCare member, receives weekly emails from CVS offering weekend deals. That's a slower time for drugstores because most customers visit during the week to fill a prescription after seeing their doctor. ExtraCare data help CVS executives figure out where to place items in its stores and what items to offer, said Rob Price, the company's chief marketing officer. For instance, if the company sees that its regular customers are buying several bottles of a shampoo at one size, it might start offering a bigger bottle. CVS has years of data from its loyalty program. It can tell not only what customers are buying, but which ones like sales that feature a percentage off the price and which want deals that advertise the dollar-value discount, Price said. These loyalty cards also help companies figure out what deals you may like. If you buy a particular nutritional supplement at a store, it may e-mail you a discount offer or promote a sale on a different supplement. "It's really an awful lot cheaper for them to basically advertise by sending you an email rather than running a commercial or printing up a circular or putting something in the newspaper," Jonas said.Ask yourself if drugstore programs workBy TOM MURPHYAssociated PressCONSUMERS BUSINESS BRIEFSRyzoc is named Hospice COOKathleen Ryzoc has been named chief operating officer at Visiting Nurse Association & Hospice of the Florida Keys. Ryzoc has 24 years of experience in home health care as a field nurse, a director of nursing and, most recently, as an administrator. Ryzoc comes to VNA/Hospice from the Miami-Dade area. She lives in Key Largo and will work out of VNA/Hospice's Tavernier office. Visiting Nurse Assoc-iation & Hospice of the Florida Keys has been providing skilled home health, private-duty care and hospice services in Monroe County since 1984.Kosova promoted, Loparo is addedJana Kosova has been promoted to credit analyst II at First State Bank of the Florida Keys, and added Joyce Loparo, a residential loan closer, to its loan administration team. Kosova joined First State in 2006 as loan receptionist. She was promoted to loan processor in 2007 and credit analyst in 2010 before assuming her current position. She has a degree in economics from the University of Economics in Bratislava, Slovakia. Loparo is originally from Ohio and brings 27 years of experience in banking, real estate and insurance to her new job. RYZOC KOSOVA LOPAROProfdissesgift cardsE.K. Valentin doesn't quite grasp the advantage to holiday gift cards over cash, but as a Weber State marketing professor, he felt bound to study them. "They really don't make sense from an economic standpoint," Valentin said of gift cards. "You are trading a high degree of liquidity of cash for a more restricted gift card, which may have to be used at a specific store. Recipients can spend cash on anything they want, and givers save hours of shopping time -but noncash gifts remain the most popular because of their emotional and symbolic aspects." But after being asked to talk about gift cards over several semesters, Valentin and fellow marketing professor Anthony Allred of Weber State's John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics decided to research the subject. The professors surveyed 317 people throughout northern Utah for their "Giving and Getting Gift Cards" research. Their findings were published in the Journal of Consumer Marketing. According to most who responded, cash-like gift cards that can be spent on ordinary, everyday household items have no more charm than does cash. But people surveyed had more positive feelings about gift cards for specialty stores perceived as purveyors of luxuries or indulgences. Gift cards that were seen as fairly equivalent to cash were for big-box stores, including Target and Walmart, he said. "With those cards, you can always spend the money on groceries you would buy anyway," Valentin said. "A$20 gift card would, in effect, leave $20 in your wallet that you could apply toward an expensive watch or something else you wanted, so those cards are perceived as about as charming as cash." Nancy Van Valenburg wrote this for the StandardExaminer of Ogden, Utah.McClatchy-TribuneCONSUMERSSpecialty stores seen as indulgences

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Keys LifeFlorida Keys Keynoter WWW.KEYSNET.COM WEDNESDAY,DECEMBER 12,2012 CLASSIFIEDS INSIDE 6B Browser Amazon launching subscription service for children's games,videos and books,with age-appropriate filters that parents can control,Story 3B Sugarplums Key West's version of The Nutcracker opens Saturday at the Tennessee Williams Theatre, Story 3B B Sports & OutdoorsFishing CommunityLifestyle Conchs sweep the weekendThe Key West High School girls and boys soccer teams are riding season-high winning streaks after a weekend sweep of two District 16-3Aopponents from Fort Lauderdale at Tommy Roberts Memorial Stadium.The girls team, with a big talent advantage, cruised to two mercy-rule victories 9-0 over Stranahan on Friday and 8-0 over Dillard on Saturday, with both games ending after the first half. The Conchs, who have won five in a row, improved to 7-6 and are above .500 for the first time since the first game of the season. Against Stranahan which was in Key West territory only twice and which did not get off a shot the Conchs were led by senior Lauren Schoneck, who had three goals, and sophomore Hannah Leen, who had two. Goals were also scored by freshman Julia Passarelli, junior Maudia Azard, junior Marella Barroso and sophomore Selyne Casas.Against Dillard, Schoneck opened the game by crashing face-first into the left goal post on a corner kick. After being helped off the field, she sat out a minute before returning to quickly score two of the Conchs'first three goals.That 3-0 lead was increased to 4-0 on a goal by Raquel Schoneck, Lauren's younger twin by 17 minutes. Angela Martin made it 5-0 on a penalty kick, freshman Tatum Flowers made it 6-0 and Barroso followed with two goals that ended the game.After the game, Lauren Schoneck, who was draped in ice, said, "It's my neck, it feels like whiplash." Her grit was no surprise to coach Scott Paul."With the Schonecks, you pretty much have to cut their legs off for them not to play," he said. "They're supertough, super-competitive,Boys, girls each win 2 on home fieldBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST SOCCERPhoto by BERT BUDDEThe Conchs'Justin Mock makes a pass over a sliding Dillard defender during Key West's 7-1 victory Saturday. Lozano is officiallyStetson-boundCoral Shores High School lacrosse scoring leader Julia Lozano aims to play her senior season this spring without being tracked by college recruiters. Following through on a prior oral commitment, Lozano recently gathered family and friends to sign her NCAAscholarship letter to play for Stetson University in DeLand."She had a lot of colleges interested in her but after meeting [Stetson] Head Coach Nicole Moore, the decision was easy," parents Catherine and John Lozano said.Lozano, an attack wing and draw center, scored 90 goals and made 22 assists during the Lady Hurricanes' 12-4 campaign last season that included a third straight district championship. She was named first-team all-district in both her sophomore and junior seasons, and enters 2013 as a team captain and reigning Hurricane Award winner.Lacrosse star signs on for scholarshipCORAL SHORES LACROSSEBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comDolphins still on tough roadThey did what they could to contain him, but 6-foot, 11inch freshman Zach Brown and his Archbishop Curley High School basketball team proved too much for an undersized Marathon High School squad Friday evening.The Knights defeated the Dolphins, 60-37, in a game during which Marathon trailed just by three points at the half."We knew going in they were bigger and more aggressive than us. We played a zone and I've got six big kids and we shuffled them in and out all night long trying to lean on" Brown, coach Kevin Freeman said. "Typically, I wish we didn't have halftimes because we've been coming out flat. They outscored us 16-5 in the third quarter and in the fourth, we had to foul and they were 13-of-17 from the line," coach Kevin Freeman. The Dolphins, meanwhile, struggled from the line at 11-for-28 overall. That helped the Knights grow their lead in the third quarter, and by the early fourth they were playing keep-away with the ball. The strategy forced the Dolphins to foul to get back possession and extend the game. "If we hit our free throws, it's a different game," Freeman said. The Dolphins started off well, trailing 11-9 after one quarter. The Curley leadSecond half proves fatal for MarathonBy RYAN McCARTHYrmccarthy@keynoter.comMARATHON BASKETBALLKeynoter photo by RYAN McCARTHYZach Brown,a 6-foot-11 Archbishop Curley freshman,rises up to block the shot of Marathon's Arie Steward Friday. The Dolphins held their own in the first half but the Knights pulled away for a 60-37 win. Yellowtail bite heavy in 40-60 foot waterCalmer winds and seas have made for excellent fishing along the reef this week. The yellowtail are biting very well in the 40to 60-foot depths, with most fish in the 14to 18inch range. And, there are still good numbers of muttons mixed in along the reef edge as well as on the wrecks and rough bottom areas in 120 to 200 feet of water. There's an appreciable increase in cobia snaking through the area, so it pays to be vigilant, as they will often appear behind your boat when you least expect it. Be prepared with a live bait pitch rod ready to go when the brown bombers show up. Afair number of sailfish are interspersed up and down the reef line. And, there's some pretty goodMangrove action on patch reefs remains steadyFISHING THE FLORIDA KEYSSee Fishing,2BChris Johnson Captain'sColumn Chris Altman, from Kentucky, with his first ever cobia caught with SeaSquared Charters.Chris also brought in a limit of snapper. See Dolphins,2BSee Lozano,2BSee Conchs,2B

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 2B Wednesday,December 12,2012 € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome Keys Hottest Happy Hour4-8 pm No Cover € 1/2 price Appetizers 2-4-1 Dances € 2-4-1 Drinks Tuesday Locals Night € TOTALNUDITY... Distinctive and Tasteful € Floridas Most Beautiful Women € Private Table Dances Available € Full Liquor and Food Served til Close € Open til 4am € Couples Welcome dolphin action, especially in the Middle Keys where the Gulf Stream has pushed up to the reef. Anglers are finding plenty of schoolie size fish as well as enough gaffers and slammers to keep the fishing interesting. Again, having that live bait pitch rod at the ready is key this time of year. On the patch reefs, the mangrove bite continues to be steady, with legal size yellowtail, red grouper, the occasional black or gag grouper and loads of Spanish and cero mackerel mixed in. Hopefully the next cool front will bring in the king mackerel in force. Out in the bay, the mangrove bite is strong, with the best action taking place anywhere from eight to twelve miles out. Located in the same zone are heaps of Spanish mackerel. Get yourself situated in eight to ten feet of water, put the chum out and wait. If they don't show within 30 to 45 minutes, move east or west a couple of miles and try again. Eventually they will find you. Shrimp-tipped jig heads with a short trace of #4 wire is all it takes!Week's best catchesFishing on a rental boat with guide, Neil Apley, out of Captain Pip's Marina and Hideaway in Marathon, Rupert Nathan from the UK, caught hogfish, lane and yellowtail snapper. Capt. Jeff Shelar, of Catch-Em-All Charters docked at Captain Pip's Marina, put his clients on some nice size amberjack on the deep wrecks. Vince, from Pittsburgh, caught a sailfish while patch reef fishing. The SeaSquared crew, now docked at Captain Pip's, spent the week taking advantage of the excellent bridge and bay fishing. Alarge group from New York City fished a half day with us and on the CatchEm-All with Capt. Jeff Shelar. They came back with Spanish mackerel, mangrove and yellowtail and gag grouper. Other groups who fished on the SeaSquared were rewarded with cobia, loads of Spanish mackerel, sea trout, mangrove and yellowtail snapper and porgy. Many enjoyed their catch cooked at Porky's Bayside Restaurant, and our smokers are busy with the mackerel! Capt. Bob Brown, of Sundance Sportfishing at the 7 Mile Marina, has returned from his summer walleye fishing in Ohio for another season in Marathon. Billy and Susan Johnson, from Virginia Beach, along with their friends, Jose and Susan, from Tampa, enjoyed a productive combo offshore/reef trip. They landed several dolphin up to 12 pounds, releasing as many as they caught, and topped off the day with yellowtail and lane snapper and some jacks. Capt. Moe Mottice, of Moe's Custom Charters in Key West, reports the snappers and sharks were all over the patch reefs in Hawk Channel. On the reef, yellowtails, mackerel and big barracuda were thick and kept his anglers busy. Offshore in 150 to 200 feet of water, dolphin and wahoo were biting trolled ballyhoo. He says a color change was starting to form toward the end of the week and bets the sailfish bite will pick up as a result.Casting contestCapt. Spider's Casting for Charity returns Thursday to the 7 Mile Marina/Salty's Waterfront Grill in Marathon. The contest runs from 6 to 8 pm, and will benefit the Friends of Old Seven Organization. Capt. Chris Johnson is a member of the Yamaha National Fishing Team and specializes in offshore, gulf/bay, reef/wreck, shark and tarpon fishing with SeaSquared Charters out of Captain Pip's Marina and Hideaway Marathon. You can reach him at 305.743.5305, SeaSquared @bellsouth.net and www .SeaSquaredCharters .com. Bayside: Mangrove bite steadyFrom Fishing,1B and great kids to coach." The Conch boys team, which had defeated winless Stranahan, 5-1, on Friday night, defeated Dillard, 7-1, late Saturday afternoon, a third consecutive victory that improved its record to 4-4-1.Key West took a 1-0 lead when a charging Griffin Saunders headed in Ricky Gomez's 40-yard free kick. Kaemon Tomita then scored on a Gomez corner kick before Justin Mock's header on another Gomez corner kick sailed high before dropping through the keeper's hands for a third goal and a 3-0 halftime lead.Few fans remained for the Conch-dominated second half, but those that did as well as 21 birds perched on a wire high above the press box saw another goal by Justin Mock, two by Spencer Hamilton and one by Roberto Remercy. Dillard scored in the last minute to spoil Gavin Mock's shutout attempt.Both Key West teams have games at 6 p.m. Thursday the girls at Coral Shores, the boys at Archbishop McCarthy.Record at 4-4-1From Conchs,1B Lozano's 11 goals in a single game March 30 tied for sixth-best nationally among girls prep players, according to ESPN. She is a U.S. Lacrosse Academic All-American. "I can't understate what a major contribution Julia has made to the Coral Shores girls lacrosse team," program founder and coach Mark Hall said. "She is a phenomenal athlete and clearly understands the game of lacrosse better than most. She always knows where to be on the field and can make the big plays when they are needed." Stetson University plays its first NCAAseason this spring, with former Coral Shores defensive leader Cami Lopez on the Lady Hatter roster. Raisa Santiesteban, another former Lady Cane attending Stetson, was seeking a walkon spot with the Hatters.Makes big playsFrom Lozano,1B grew to 25-14 late in the second but Nelson Rojas scored eight straight points to end the quarter and go into the half down three, 25-22. Rojas hit a pair of jumpers to make it 25-18 and the Dolphins made a stop on defense and called a timeout. Freeman said they drew up a play for Rojas that worked to perfection. Shemar Fantroy passed to Rojas, who pulled up for a three-pointer, made the shot and was fouled. Rojas made the free throw and a fired up Dolphins bench headed for the locker room.But as Freeman pointed out, Marathon came out flat in the third and fell behind 43-27 at one point early in the fourth quarter. The Knights slowed the pace of play and the Dolphins were unable to climb back in the game. Rojas finished with a team-high 18 points and had two assists and two rebounds. Cooper Chaplin had seven points and four steals, while Patrick Ryan had five points and five rebounds. The Dolphins (0-6) are scheduled to visit Archbishop Carroll High School in Miami Friday at 6 p.m.Rojas scoresFrom Dolphins,1BCanes play Key West ThursdayCoral Shores'boys basketball team won three straight games before running into talented Westwood Christian on Monday. Westwood (8-2) pulled out to a 20-point lead by halftime and maintained the lead for a 67-46 win in Tavernier. The Canes (3-2) picked up the pace with 29 points in the second half but could do little to narrow the gap against the Warriors'effective press defense and outside shooting. Final scoring statistics were pending at press time. The game against Class 2Apower Westwood served a tuneup for three staight road games that close out Coral Shores'December schedule, starting with Thursday's trip to local and District 16-4Arival Key West High School. Varsity tipoff is set for 7 p.m., following a 5:30 p.m. JVgame. Coral Shores then visits Keys Gate Charter on Friday before a Dec. 18 trip to Marathon High School (7 p.m. varsity, 5:30 p.m. JV). The Canes beat Terra Environmental, 45-34, at home Dec. 7 for the string of three victories. Cane coach Bruce Teachey was able to rotate most of his roster into the low-scoring game against an outmanned Terra squad before Coral Shores scored 21 fourth-quarter points. Terrell Taylor hit six field goals and went 4-of-5 from the foul line to lead the Canes with 16 points. Center Will Ismer dropped in 11 points, and Alberto Anderson hit for 10. Mike Diaz, Addison Duma-Kenny, Demond Scott and Richard Jacobson each added two points.Coral Shores'girls basketball team travels to Keys Gate on Friday and plays a 4 p.m. Saturday home game against Lake Worth Christian.3-2 record after loss to Westwood squad By KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comKeynoter photo by KEVIN WADLOWCoral Shores wing man Terrell Taylor (4) splits two Westwood Christian defenders on a jumper in the Canes'loss to visiting the Warriors on Monday.Taylor scored a team-high 16 points in a Friday victory over Terra Environmental.Conch hoopsters swept in BocaThe Key West High boys and girls basketball teams, which both lost Friday to Grandview Prep in Boca Raton, will try to rebound against district opponents at home this week. The boys team (2-1) will have three consecutive District 16-4Agames at the Bobby Menendez Gym at 7 Thursday night against Coral Shores, at 7:30 Friday against Gulliver Prep and at 7:30 Saturday against St. Brendan. The 1-3 Conch girls, after playing a non-district game at Marathon at 6 p.m. today, will face Gulliver at 6 Friday and St. Brendan at 4:30 Saturday afternoon. The Key West boys'loss at Grandview Prep was only its second under second-year coach Anton Lopez. The first was in last season's regional semifinals, which ended a 16-1 season. "I expected a few bumps and bruises this season," Lopez said. "We're striving to get better for district play and the playoffs." Elliott Valdez and Daniel Thompson both scored in double figures for the Conchs, who were at a size disadvantage. "They had a 6-9 junior and two 6-5 guys," Lopez said. The loss did not sit well with the Conchs, who were down only 18-17 at the half. "They were very upset on the way home," Lopez said. "And they're very hungry for this week." The Conch girls'loss to Grandview was their third in a row, "but it was the best we've played this season," said coach Tony McDowell. Key West was led by Jamica Mack, who came off the bench to score 16 points. "They had a girl 6-4 and Jamica played great against her," McDowell said. "After the game, she said, Coach, I did all I can do.'" The Conchs missed a chance to begin the game with an 8-0 lead by missing four layups. Grandview pulled away in the second half. Mikayla Stansbury had nine points, Ryann Appleby scored seven, Sahara Graft added eight and Kaneya Mims and Biandrea Dawkins each had two. The Conchs, who had been plagued by horrible free-throw shooting, showed a slight improvement, going five of 10 from the line.Both squads looking to reboundBy DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST BASKETBALL Lady Hurricanes play St. Brendan tonightCoral Shores'Lady Canes are not used to having more losses than wins at this point of the soccer season. Coach Arthur Paterson says not to worry, the best lies ahead for a talented squad. "It's been a bit of an uphill struggle this year," Paterson said. "But we're getting to the top." The Canes (3-4) have a chance to get on the winning side of the record this week with today's trip to St. Brendan, followed by a 6 p.m. Thursday home match against Key West High School. Coral Shores lost to Florida Christian, 2-1, on Monday, with Cailin Reckwerdt scoring the Canes'one goal off an Iris Dunn assist.Last week, goalie Pookie del Pino and the Cane defense got a shutout in a 3-0 win over Terra Envrionmental, but Carrollton topped Coral Shores, 4-2. Reckwerdt, a transfer from Island Christian, scored twice against Terra. Dunn got the other goal. "Cailin is a very good player who works hard, and now she's settling into her role like the rest of the girls," Paterson said. "It took some time for this team to gel but I think everything will click at just the right time." Dunn, expected to wind up as a major-college recruit, leads a solid set of returning players that includes Mallory Wiecjorek, Kelly Cassidy, Heather Doyle and Cheyenne Minaldi. Addition of players like Reckwerdt and University of Florida lacrosse recruit Katharine Hamer gives the Canes a solid shot at returning to the state regional playoffs. Coral Shores went 15-5 with a trip to the regionals last season, but graduated a talented crop of seniors including University of Miami standout freshman Jasmine Paterson and college lacrosse players Cami Lopez and Jenn Doyle. "All of our games have been close," Paterson said. "In our losses, we made some mistakes the other teams capitalized on. Now we're eliminating the mistakes." Scheduling problems left the Lady Canes with a light 12-match regular season this winter. "I told the girls that's fine," Paterson said. "It leaves more time for practice." Coral Shores boys soccer team plays two matches in Tavernier next week, at 3:30 p.m. Monday against St. Brendan and 4 p.m. Tuesday against Marathon.CORAL SHORES SOCCERMat Conchs place 6thLed by Angelo Guieb, Chase Kelley and Andrew Calderwood, the Key West High wrestling team placed sixth in the weekend 27-team Wildcat Classic at Western High in Davie. Guieb, at 106 pounds and ranked second in the state in 1A, finished second, losing in overtime in the finals, 4-2, to Archbishop McCarthy's Radley Gillis, ranked first in the state in 2A. "He made a mistake that cost him," coach Chaz Jimenez said of Guieb, who went 4-1 for the two days.The 182-pound Kelley went 5-1 and finished third, and the 145-pound Calderwood went 3-2 and finished fourth.Tyler Jones (132), Kenneth Sagan (heavyweight) and John Pozzi (195) all went 3-2."Our kids wrestled hard, but there were a lot of young mistakes we have to clean up on," said coach Chaz Jimenez. "I saw some good things. We're just young, really, and have a lot of work to do before February." The Conchs will wrestle Friday and Saturday at the South Beach Slam at Miami Beach High.By DICK WAGNERKeynoter ContributorKEY WEST WRESTLINGCailin Reckwerdt scores two goals in shutout gameBy KEVIN WADLOWSenior Staff Writer kwadlow@keynoter.comKeynoter file photo by KEVIN WADLOWCoral Shores scoring leader Julia Lozano formally signed to play the 2014 lacrosse season with Stetson University's Lady Hatters. CORAL SHORES BASKETBALL

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Wednesday,December 12,2012 3B Keynoter KeysNet.com Living November23242930 Directed by Alicia Merel Assistant Director: Jennifer Mixon-Eick Produced by Claudia McEwen Produced by Special Arrangement with Samuel French, Inc.Nanas got a secret. Will she be evicted or arrested? Find out in this hilarious farce that will keep you in stiches! FEATURING Barb Gilreath as Nana Christine Harrison as Vera Walters INTRODUCING Sharon Caba as Bridget Charles November 23, 24 29, 30 December 1, 6, 7, 8, 9 (mat), 13, 14, 15. Evening Curtain 8 p.m. Matinee Curtain 3 p.m. Tickets are $18. Ask About Group Discounts!For tickets and info call 305-743-09945101 Overseas Highway, Oceanside, Marathon you p r e s e n t s Nature seminarsstart with exoticsIt's a month away from starting, but you can mark your calendar now for the weekly Delicate Balance of Nature lecture series, taking place Wednesdays through March in Key Largo. Sponsored by Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park, the series starts Jan. 9 with a talk on "Pandora's Garden: Some Exotic Reptiles of South Florida" presented by Dennis Giardina, Everglades region biologist for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. He'll discuss exotic-reptile control, with a focus on Nile monitor lizards, Argentine black and white tegus, and North African pythons. Each free lecture runs from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. and takes place at the Visitor Center of John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, mile marker 102.5 oceanside. Park gates open at 7. The rest of the series after Jan. 9: Jan. 16: Galapagos and the Florida Keys: A Comparison made by a Marine Biologist. The differences of two unique environments will be explained in a lively presentation by Tavernier's own Jack Grove, a marine biologist, photographer, expedition leader and author. Grove will update the status of both marine habitats since he last spoke for this lecture series 10 years ago. Jan. 23: Creating Outstanding Nature and Wildlife Photos. Widely published professional photographers Tom and Therisa Stack will share tips and reveal insider secrets on how they create stunning images. Their pointers can help you become a better photographer. Jan. 30: Secrets of the Sargasso Sear. Brian Lapointe, research scientist at the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute, is internationally recognized for his work in marine conservation. He will share a number of secrets of the Sargasso Sea, and close with his recent studies on the impacts of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Feb. 6: Sustainable Solid Waste Solutions for the Florida Keys. Colleen Murphy, Monroe County's recycling coordinator, will explore the wastedisposal needs and challenges of our island community. Learn how local efforts today, and future possibilities, help maintain the delicate balance of nature on a global scale. Feb. 13: Native American Medicinal Plants. Still the most commonly used medicine in the world today, medicinal plants have a long history of use. Michele Williams, director for the southeastern region of the Florida Public Arch-aeology Network at Florida Atlantic University, will talk about plants that Native Americans used medicinally, and which we can consider for our own landscaping plans. Feb. 20: Endocrine Disruptors in Florida Keys Waters. Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that affect hormonal activities in animals and plants, but do not create the murky water, algae blooms, dead fish, oily slicks, and bad smells that are well-known signs of polluted waters. Martin Moe, retired marine biologist/aquaculturist and author, will explore the possible consequences of and solutions to endocrine disruptors in our environment. Feb. 27: Geological Underpinning and Evolution of Florida's Coral Reef. Learn how the Caribbean was once part of Europe and how the Florida Keys formed during the Ice Ages. Key West native Eugene Shinn, retired from the U.S. Geological Survey, has done pioneering research on carbonate sediments and coral reef ecosystems. He will show coral growth and death photographs that document the demise of coral reefs off Key Largo. March 6: Seagrass Meadows: AFoundation for Marine Ecosystems and the Florida Keys Economy. James Fourqurean, from the Southeast Environmental Research Center at Florida International University, will discuss the importance of the seagrass bed surrounding the Florida Keys, one of the largest in the world. Sensitive to human activities, seagrasses are extremely productive and contribute to water quality and coral reef health, as well. March 13: State Parks of the Florida Keys. Learn about the 10 state parks in the Keys and each one's unique species diversity and cultural richness. Florida Park Service Keys biologist Janice Duquesnel will also discuss resource based recreational opportunities available to park visitors. March 20: How North Key Largo Became a State Park. Michael Chenoweth, president of the Florida Keys chapter of the Izaak Walton League, tells the story of how the hardwood hammock of North Key Largo was redirected from the sights of resort developers of the 1970s and established as Dagny Johnson Key Largo Hammock Botanical State Park. March 27: Fish Identification. Reef Environmental Education Foundation interns will teach how to identify the most common reef fish in Florida Keys waters. During this fun and interactive presentation, also learn how you can be involved in the REEF Volunteer Survey Project. For more information or additional accessibility needs, call Elena Muratori at Pennekamp at 451-1202.The weekly programs run on WednesdaysKEY LARGONutcracker' opens SaturdayAclassic holiday ballet recast to showcase Key West's tropical atmosphere coral reef environment and seafaring heritage is set for a seven-show run in the island city beginning Saturday. "Nutcracker Key West" is the creation of Key West resident Joyce Stahl, a classically trained dancer who performed "The Nutcracker" and other ballets with New Jersey's American Repertory Ballet for 38 years. Stahl's production transforms the timeless story of young Clara's visit to the land of the Sugarplum Fairy into an island fantasy featuring dancing snowy egrets, phosphorescent sea anemones, shimmering reef fish and even a conch shell, the symbol of the Florida Keys. "Nutcracker Key West" stars a professional corps de ballet along with more than 50 Keys children and other local performers. The principal dancer is Natalia Ashikhmina, a former prima ballerina with the Russian National Ballet. She's toured three continents and is now with Kentucky's Louisville Ballet. The production incorporates expertly crafted sets and costumes designed by Stahl that are valued at more than $500,000. Standout sequences include a dream battle where toy sailors protect Clara from the Rooster King, and a coral reef scene where Clara and her nutcracker-come-to-life are entertained by a dance troupe of children costumed as tumbling shrimp and colorful fish. The storyline also includes imagery drawn from the history of the Spanish galleon Nuestra Senora de Atocha shipwrecked off Key West in 1622. Performances of "Nutcracker Key West" are to be staged Saturday and Sunday, and Dec. 19 through 22 at the Tennessee Williams Theatre, 5901 College Road on the campus of Florida Keys Community College on Stock Island. Ticket prices begin at $20 per person. They can be purchased online at www.keystix.com or by calling 295-7676.Classic tale gets decidedly Keys treatmentTHEATER Photo by PETE ARNOWNutcracker Key West'takes the classic story and ingrains it with some Key West specifics. Amazon launches Kindle forchildrenAmazon is launching a subscription service for children's games, videos and books aimed at getting more kids to use its Kindle Fire tablet devices. Amazon.com Inc. announced last Wednesday that the Kindle FreeTime Unlimited service will be available in the next few weeks as part of an automatic software update. Amazon said subscribers will have access to "thousands" of pieces of content, though the company did not give a specific number. Kids will be able to watch, play and read any of the content available to them as many times as they want. Parents can set time limits, however. The service, aimed at kids aged 3 to 8, will cost $4.99 per month for one child. It'll cost $2.99 per child for members of Amazon Prime, the company's premium shipping service. Amazon Prime costs $79 per year for free shipping of merchandise purchased in the company's online store. Family plans for up to six kids will cost $9.99 per month and $6.99 for Prime members. The Kindle already allows for parental controls through its FreeTime service. Parents can set up profiles for up to six children and add time limits to control how long kids can spend reading, watching videos or using the Kindle altogether. With the content subscription service, kids can browse age-appropriate videos, games and books and pick what they want to see. They won't be shown ads and will be prevented from accessing the Web or social media. Kids also won't be able to make payments within applications. Amazon, which is based in Seattle, is launching the service as competition heats up in the tablet market among Apple, Barnes & Noble, Microsoft and Samsung. Amazon's strategy is to offer the Kindle at a relatively low price and make money selling the content. Offering a subscription service aimed at kids helps set the Kindle apart from its many competitors. "We hope that our devices are really, really attractive for families," said Peter Larsen, vice president of Amazon's Kindle business.It won't have ads or access to the InternetBy BARBARA ORTUTAYAssociated PressTECHNOLOGY Photo courtesy ASSOCIATED PRESSThis shows the new subscription service for children's games,videos and books for Kindle Fire tablet devices. KEYSNET.COM

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 4B Wednesday,December 12,2012 Crossword solutionSolution to the Dec.8 puzzle.KIDS BRIGHTEN POST OFFICECAR SHOW FOR KIDS First-graders at Plantation Key School under teachers Bernice Dionne and Susan McKay brighten up the post office in Tavernier for the holidays by bringing a tree there and adorning it with ornaments. The Florida Keys Southernmost Car Club has its annual Christmas show from noon to 4 p.m.Sunday at the Half Shell Raw Bar and Turtle Kraals,231 Margaret St.,Key West. Plaques will be presented for best paint,engine,interior,peoples choice,in progress' and best in show;bring a new,unwrapped toy for kids at the Monroe County Domestic Abuse Shelter to vote for the peoples choice.Need more information? Call Dick Moody at 942-1758. 3 tips forbetter holiday tippingHoliday tips are one of the first expenses to fall by the wayside when times are tough, and they're sometimes the last to bounce back. Even though consumers say they plan to spend more on gifts, decorations and other purchases this year, experts say tipping will remain fairly flat. Last year, 39 percent of consumers didn't tip any of their service providers, up from 38 percent in 2010, according to the Consumer Reports National Research Center. Average tip amounts have held steady, with $20 averages for providers including garbage collectors, teachers, hairstylists, newspaper carriers and petcare providers. "Tips are pretty uniform," says Tobie Stanger, senior project editor for the Consumer Reports National Research Center, which tracks gifting for 10 different service providers. "We haven't seen much of a change." There are some small signs that budget crunches are easing, if only slightly: 68 percent of people gave a cash tip or gift to their housecleaner in 2011, up from 61 percent the year before, according to the survey. While about the same number of people (34 percent) tipped a pet-care provider, more gave a check or cash, versus a gift, which could be less valuable. Some consumers are also talking about giving a little more, says Jodi R.R. Smith, founder of etiquette consulting firm Mannersmith. Experts say tipping etiquette varies by region states on either coast tend to focus more on cash tips, for example, while Middle America favors gifts, Stanger says. And the appropriate amount to give can vary based on local pricing. Aregular stylist is typically given a gift that's equivalent to the cost for one appointment, for instance, an amount that may be much more or less than the median $20. Skipping the tip, however, is a bad idea no matter where you live, says Teri Rogers, the founder of realestate guide Brick Undergound.com. You risk poor service going forward. More important, it's rude, says Smith. Try these tips for giving without offending: Include a thank you note with any holiday tip. "Holiday giving is really a way of saying thank you," Stanger says. A grateful note is especially important if you're giving less than usual or can't afford to give at all, she says. That lets recipients know that they're not being snubbed. Calculate rates. The rule of thumb is to tip the cost of one session for a provider you see regularly, like a personal trainer, babysitter or lawn-care provider, says Smith. "If you're somebody who only gets your hair cut twice a year, you can scale it down appropriately," she says. Daily helpers like nannies, elder-care workers and dog walkers should get more: Give a week's pay, at least. Ask neighbors what they tip for service people you don't pay directly, such as a building superintendent or garage attendant, says Rogers. Those amounts tend to vary widely. Consider gifts Cash is preferable for most recipients, but in a few cases, gifts are the better choice. "In a lot of school districts, they frown upon teachers getting cash. It could be looked on as a bribe," Stanger explains. Postal workers can't accept cash, or any gift valued at more than $25. Consider such restrictions when deciding whether cash or a gift is more appropriate. Gift-giving etiquette means putting thought into the item you pick. Ageneric gift card is better than one to a specific store if you don't know what the housekeeper likes, says Smith.Thanks those who give you great serviceBy KELLIE GRANTMarketwatchSOCIAL NORMS ACROSS 1Sticking point 5Porker products 9Bruins of Cal. 13Son of Noah 17Patriot Allen 19Fasten firmly 20Mom's mother 21Inveigle 22Slimming style 23Guam's capital 24Kookaburra country26Hawaii,formerly 29Twisted horns antelope 30Red or Ross 31Bioplast 32Extensive 33Chinese Red leader 34Wanting 36Actress Thompson 37European nation 41"The ___": Hunter/Keitel film 44Mediterranean isl. 45Serling or Steiger 46Blackthorn 47Las Vegas of the East52Holbrook,and namesakes 54Large cask 55Remnant 56Bestow 57Guatemala gold 59Rubber hub of Ohio 61Corsica and Martinique 63Rub lightly 64Had regrets 65S.A.city of note 66Israel's neighbor 68Garden State 71"The Roof of the World" 75Alien with his own show77Pre-Lenten wkday. 78Takes advantage of 80Letterman rival 81Montague man 83WWII price agcy. 84Pipe type 85Mauna ___ 86Negative conjunction87Falcon's foot 89Honeymoon haven 93Brainstorm 95Clamor 96Burns'negative 97Take tucks 98Netherlands' neighbor 100Curlicue 102Island studied by 16 Down 105Hammer's style 106Oversupply 107"King"of music 108Traitor 111Deal with 114Victoria's province 118Mideast mecca 120Carroll character 121___ del Rio,Cuba 122Yemen port 123Pleasant 124Bowling alleys 125Unmoving 126Wetlands growth 127Poetic collection 128Shadow box 129Neither black nor white DOWN 1Actress Arthur and others 2Mythical mountain of a man 3Lorelei's river 4Babushka 5Eminently well 6Profit 7Clothing department 8Strong and sturdy 9Kampala's country 10Vulgar 11Young woman 12Qt.or pt. 13Zigzag courses 14Islands dance 15Thomas Moore's land 16Anthropologist Margaret 18Fresh 19Tore 25Bring up 27Driving hazard 28Support 33Rose family tree 35Billion years 36Aforementioned 37Tibetan gazelle 38Choir voice 39Sentence subject 40Desire 41City of Light 42Peninsula nation 43Author Horatio 44Botch 45Previous name of Zimbabwe 48Shooter marble 49Victor's gloat 50South African cultural center 51"Take ___ time" 53Comic sketch 58Come back strong 60Irritate 62"The King and I" locale 64Do followers 67Actor Baldwin 69Actress Smart 70Calendar unit 72The Beast's Beauty 73___ Gay:historic plane 74Salutation76Reduce by creasing79Lady of Sp. 81___ out:outlasted 82City on the Oka 84Fertility deity 86Pen point 88Ready-fire connection90JFK or LBJ 91USN mail drop 92Fearful 94On a shoal 99Fleming namesakes100Weather regions 101Word with wit or smart 102Kind of football 103Lily plants 104Brooks or Gibson 106Artist El ___ 107Communist giant 109Capp character 110Formal headband 111Not closed 112Give up 113Eucalyptus,for example 114Radar image 115Insult 116News agcy. 117Bohemian 119Chemical suffix Observer crossword puzzle "Geography Lesson" Solution in the Dec.15 Keynoter www.keysnet.com Fewer people visiting their doctorsAmericans aren't going to the doctor as often, but that doesn't mean they're getting healthier. The average adult makes about four visits a year to a doctor, nurse or other medical provider, down from five visits in 2001, according to a new report by the U.S. Census Bureau. "On the face of it you'd say we're going in the right direction," said Thomas McAuliffe, health policy analyst with the Missouri Foundation for Health. "Then you start thinking of the economy." People who are uninsured generally avoid medical care as long as possible. Just 12 percent of uninsured Americans received routine checkups in 2010, according to the report, which did not break down the data by state. Some findings from the report confirm commonly held beliefs women are more likely than men to visit the doctor and the number of medical visits and hospital stays increases with age. The report also uncovered some lesser-known statistics. Hispanics make the fewest trips to the doctor of any ethnic group. And more than half of the population did not take any prescription drugs in the last year. The slowing in medical care usage could also be an indication of employers cutting back on their contributions to insurance coverage. And workers are keeping more money in health savings accounts instead of using it for copays. "More and more Americans are putting off care until it's urgent," McAuliffe said. In a few years, there could be a rush on hospitals and doctors'offices when all the provisions of health care reform kick in, including the requirement that most people have health insurance by 2014. That could be trouble for insurers and providers if people show up with health problems that have gone unchecked, McAuliffe said. "What if you have all the precursors of a chronic condition or heart disease and you put it off for a year or two and you've blown past the manageable stage?" McAuliffe said. "Our system may be taxed for the time being." Despite the downturn in medical services, Americans still consider themselves in either "excellent" or "very good" health. Only 2 percent consider themselves in poor health, according to the report. Other findings from the report: About 59 percent of people surveyed had seen a dentist in the last year, compared to 73 percent who had seen a medical provider. Hospital stays are rare 92 percent of people had not spent the night in at least a year. More than one in three Americans take prescription drugs regularly.The economy cited as among main reasonsBy BLYTHE BERHARDSt.Louis Post-DispatchTO YOUR HEALTH

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Wednesday,December 12,2012 5B Keynoter KeysNet.com LIVING BRIEFSWinners named in boat paradeSunday brought the annual Key Colony Beach holiday boat parade. Following are the winners: Best in class over 30 feet, Trivial Pursuit Ralph Girkins. Best in class under 30 feet, Sea Gals Kathleen McCullough. Best theme over 30 feet, Weekend Hooker Jim Hauser. Best theme under 30 feet, Dream Catcher, Karl Zahn. Most spirited under 30 feet, Vitamin Sea Bill Ferrell. Most spirited under 30 feet, Tropical Santas, Scoop and Sydney. Fourteen boats participated in the parade through the city's canals.Firefighters collect for kidsThe Tavernier Volunteer Fire Department has its sixth annual holiday toy drive for local kids in need from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in the Winn-Dixie parking lot at the Tavernier Towne shopping center, mile marker 91 bayside. Kids will be able to explore the fire trucks, among other things.Chocolate open house is tonightChocolatier Kristie Thomas and Bob Thomas, co-owners of Key Largo Chocolates, are hosting an open house at the mile marker 100 store and chocolate kitchen tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. The event features Belgian wine tastings and a presentation by Nelson Carbonell, a representative of Barry Callebaut, a manufacturer of high-quality cocoa and chocolate prod ucts. Call Bob Thomas at 4536613 or Julie Marshall at 4511888 for more information.Turtle talk at Audubon tonightFlorida Keys Audubon goes from birds to sea turtles tonight for its program in Key West. At 6:30 p.m. that day at the Key West Garden Club, at the West Martello Tower on Atlantic Boulevard, a representative of the Turtle Hospital in Marathon will give a free presentation about sea-turtle outreach programs, legislation to protect sea turtles, turtles' common injuries and more. Ajuvenile sea turtle, Fisher, will be there to interact. .Library getting visit from SantaThe Islamorada library at mile marker 81.8 bayside hosts Santa Claus from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Dec. 21. Parents should bring their cameras to get festive photos of their kids.Salon donates proceeds SaturdayCindy Donofrio, owner of Cindy's Hair Place at mile marker 96.3 in Key Largo, is donating proceeds from services rendered from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday to the Florida Keys Children Shelter. Throughout the month, the salon will also have a drop box for donations. The theme is "Using our Shears to Raise a Lil Cheer."Christmas event benefits AIDS HelpRestaurants and merchants at Duval Square in Key West host their annual Red Ribbon Christmas from 6 to 9 p.m. on Dec. 17 in the square's courtyard to benefit AIDS Help. Cost is $5, which includes entertainment by Debra and Patrick, and the Fabulous S pectrelles. For $35 in advance or $40 at the door, you can also get a buffet dinner from some of the restaurants in the square, 1075 Duval St. To find out more, call Pam DeMala at 296-6196.Boat raffle helps Mariners HospitalBill Gilbert, owner of Caribee Boat Sales and Marina in Tavernier, has donated a 16-foot Hewes Redfisher boat for raffle at the Jan. 26 Bougainvillea Ball to benefit Mariners Hospital. It comes with a 90-horsepower, four-stroke Yamaha outboard motor and a Continental aluminum trailer. Tickets are $100 and only 350 will be sold. To get one, call 434-1026.Women's health screenings freeThe Florida Keys Area Health Education Center is offering free breast and bone-density screenings for women from 1 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesdays through March. The service is at the center's Marathon office, in the Gulfside Village shopping center. Call Lori Dombroski at 743-7111, Ext. 206, to make an appointment.St.James marks Christmas SundaySt. James the Fishermen Episcopal Church in Islamorada is sponsoring a non-traditional holiday observance called Blue Christmas on the Beach. It's set for 10 a.m. Sunday behind the Caribbean Club, mile marker 104 bayside in Key Largo. Rev. Charles Cannon, rector of St. James, said for many people, "the Christmas holidays are a painful time, either because they are grieving a loss or are living alone or come from a different family background." The idea of taking the Christmas observance to the beach, he said, "is an opportunity to welcome hurting people and celebrate the core religious meaning of the holy day without the overlay of social expectations that just don't fit for some."Thursday seminar focuses on weightStruggling with losing weight? You might find the answer at the free seminar "Withering Weight" to be held Thursday from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the main conference room at Mariners Hospital in Tavernier. Many people focus on diet when trying to lose weight. James Cordell, manager of the Mariners Wellness Center, will explain why regular exercise is essential to any weightloss program. He'll cover simple-to-do cardiovascular exercises, strength training and beneficial calorie-burning tips. Surgeon Charan Donkor will discuss when, and if, bariatric surgery is a realistic solution that could help you shed weight and regain a healthy body. The program is free but reservations are required. To reserve a space, call 434-3400 CHRISTMAS CHEER Photo by JANE FERGUSONCoral Shores High School volunteers Aimee Ericsson,Zoe Koval and Amber Ericsson help Tavernier Elks Lodge officer Dan Ferguson pack boxes of Christmas cheer to be sent to sailors stationed at Rota,Spain.MILITARY BRIEFSLower Keys U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Revik Walker has graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Walker is the son of David Walker of Key West and Terri Walker of Lexington, N.C. He is a 2006 graduate of North Davidson High School in Lexington. Air Force Airman Jason Zamora graduated from basic training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Zamora is the son of Francisco and Anita Zamora of Key West and a 2009 graduate of Key West High School.Upper Keys U.S. Marine Corps Pvt. Christian T. Flowers Delosh, son of Joe Flowers of Key Largo and Tammy Messina of Virginia Beach, has graduated from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. Flowers Delosh is a 2012 graduate of Coral Shores High School of Tavernier. ZAMORA www.keysnet.com

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 6B Wednesday,December 12,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN CONTINUED IN NEXT COLUMN Ad# 244086 NOTICEOF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 2013-01 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WACHOVIA BANK NA CUST TR PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES, LLC THE HOLDER OF THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE(S) HAS FILED SAID CERTIFICATE(S) FOR A TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED THEREON, THE CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY, AND THE NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS ASSESSED ARE AS FOLLOWS: CERTIFICATE NO: 2009-3867 DATE OF ISSUANCE: May 31, 2009 ALT KEY NO: 8958115 RE: 00541810-000334 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: CALUSA CAMPGROUND A CONDOMINIUM UNIT 388 & 1/367 COMMON ELEMENTS OR1631-2049 OR1861-1645/46 NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: CALUSA CAMPGROUND CONDOMINIUM ASSOCIATION, INC. ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING IN THE COUNTY OF MONROE, STATE OF FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) SHALL BE REDEEMED ACCORDING TO LAW, THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE OLD COURTHOUSE STEPS (500 WHITEHEAD STREET) ON THE 14TH DAY OF January, 2013 12:00 P.M. DATED THIS 26th DAY OF November, 2012 AMY HEAVILIN, CLERK AD-INTERIM CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA BY: JJ GERAWAY, D.C. Published December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 246102 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 2013-02 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WACHOVIA BANK NA CUST TR PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SRVICES, LLC THE HOLDER OF THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE(S) HAS FILED SAID CERTIFICATE(S) FOR A TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED THEREON, THE CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY, AND THE NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS ASSESSED ARE AS FOLLOWS: CERTIFICATE NO: 2009/3884 DATE OF ISSUANCE: May 31, 2009 ALT KEY NO: 8959314 RE: 00541810-000443 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: CALUSA CAMPGROUND A CONDOMINIUM UNIT 506 OR1701-527R/S OR19142123/24 OR1930-1613 OR2140-1580 OR2154-1604C NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: FRANK HERRERA AND JOSUE MENDEZ ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING IN THE COUNTY OF MONROE, STATE OF FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) SHALL BE REDEEMED ACCORDING TO LAW, THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE OLD COURTHOUSE STEPS (500 WHITEHEAD STREET) ON THE 14th DAY OF January, 2013 12:00 P.M. DATED THIS 26th DAY OF November, 2012 AMY HEAVILIN, CLERK AD-INTERIM CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA BY: JJ GERAWAY, D.C. Published December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 246119 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 2013-03 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WACHOVIA BANK NA CUST TR PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES, LLC THE HOLDER OF THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE(S) HAS FILED SAID CERTIFICATE(S)FOR A TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED THEREON, THE CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY, AND THE NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS ASSESSED ARE AS FOLLOWS: CERTIFICATE NO: 2009-328 DATE OF ISSUANCE: May 31, 2009 ALT KEY NO: 1037478 RE: 00036630-000000 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: KW D T SWEENEYS DIA O-327 PT LOT 21 SQR 5 TR 17 G21-112 OR207-247/48 OR382-1073/75 OR582-97D/C OR753-706/707 OR7861683/84 OR838-167 OR8401932 OR1595-985/987Q/C OR1605-1505/06-C OR1673699/701 OR1755-774/775 OR1755-1456/57 OR1770216/217 OR1770-218/219Q/C OR1770-220/221 OR1770222/223Q/C(LG) NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: MARK E. OROFINO, AS TRUSTEE OF THE MARK E. OROFINO LIVING TRUST DATED MARCH 5, 2002 ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING IN THE COUNTY OF MONROE, STATE OF FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) SHALL BE REDEEMED ACCORDING TO LAW, THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE OLD COURTHOUSE STEPS (500 WHITEHEAD STREET) ON THE 14th DAY OF January, 2013 12:00 P.M. DATED THIS 26th DAY OF November, 2012 AMY HEAVILIN, CLERK AD-INTERIM CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA BY: JJ GERAWAY, D.C. Published December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 246152 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 2013-05 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WACHOVIA BANK NA CUST TR PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES, LLC THE HOLDER OF THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE(S) HAS FILED SAID CERTIFICATE(S) FOR A TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED THEREON, THE CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY, AND THE NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS ASSESSED ARE AS FOLLOWS: CERTIFICATE NO: 2009/3971 DATE OF ISSUANCE: May 31, 2009 ALT KEY NO: 1680044 RE: 00554550-000000 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: BK 2 LT 21 MANDALAY PB1-194 KEY LARGO OR422845 OR579-317Q OR1275-887RS(JB) NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: JAMES HARVEY ADAMS AND ALBERT RICHARD ADAMS ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING IN THE COUNTY OF MONROE, STATE OF FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) SHALL BE REDEEMED ACCORDING TO LAW, THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE OLD COURTHOUSE STEPS (500 WHITEHEAD STREET) ON THE 14th DAY OF January, 2013 12:00 P.M. DATED THIS 26th DAY OF November, 2012 AMY HEAVILIN, CLERK AD-INTERIM CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA BY: JJ GERAWAY, D.C. Published December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 247795 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 2013-06 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MACWCP II LLC THE HOLDER OF THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE(S) HAS FILED SAID CERTIFICATE(S) FOR A TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED THEREON, THE CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND DATE OF ISSUANCE, THEDESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY, AND THE NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS ASSESSED ARE AS FOLLOWS: CERTIFICATE NO: 2009/3136 DATE OF ISSUANCE: May 31, 2009 ALT KEY NO: 1549762 RE: 00450130-000000 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: BK 9 LT 6 HARRIS OCEAN PK ESTATES FIRST ADDN PB4-139 KEY LARGO OR182-405-406 OR766-828 OR788-703 OR811-84 OR1299-2216 OR1545-1092 OR1545-1112AFF OR17721928 OR2017-326(CTT) NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: MARIANNE EDWARDS ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING IN THE COUNTY OF MONROE, STATE OF FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) SHALL BE REDEEMED ACCORDING TO LAW, THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE OLD COURTHOUSE STEPS (500 WHITEHEAD STREET) ON THE 14th DAY OF January, 2013 12:00 P.M. DATED THIS 26th DAY OF November, 2012 AMY HEAVILIN, CLERK AD-INTERIM CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA BY: JJ GERAWAY, D.C. Published December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 247843 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 2013-07 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT WACHOVIA BANK NA CUST TR PLYMOUTH PARK TAX SERVICES, LLC THE HOLDER OF THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATE(S) HAS FILED SAID CERTIFICATE(S) FOR A TAX DEED TO BE ISSUED THEREON, THE CERTIFICATE NUMBER AND DATE OF ISSUANCE, THE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY, AND THE NAMES IN WHICH IT WAS ASSESSED ARE AS FOLLOWS: CERTIFICATE NO: 2009/811 DATE OF ISSUANCE: May 31, 2009 ALT KEY NO: 1106551 RE: 00092240-000321 DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY: SEA GULLS A CONDOMINIUM UNIT 309 & 1.75% COMMON ELEMENTS OR776-716 OR1850-816/17 OR1919-2384/93F/J-STL/AGR OR1935-2083Q/C(SL) NAME IN WHICH ASSESSED: RONALD M ALLOR AND JOSEPHINE ALLOR ALL OF SAID PROPERTY BEING IN THE COUNTY OF MONROE, STATE OF FLORIDA, UNLESS SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) SHALL BE REDEEMED ACCORDING TO LAW, THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED IN SUCH CERTIFICATE(S) WILL BE SOLD TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER AT THE OLD COURTHOUSE STEPS (500 WHITEHEAD STREET) ON THE 14th DAY OF January, 2013 12:00 P.M. DATED THIS 26th DAY OF November, 2012 AMY HEAVILIN, CLERK AD-INTERIM CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT OF MONROE COUNTY FLORIDA BY: JJ GERAWAY, D.C. Published December 5, 12, 19, 26, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter A d# 282149 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO: 2012-CA-991-K CRISTAL CLARK, Plaintiff/Judgment Creditor, v. VINTAGES, INCORPORATED, Defendant/Jud g ment Debtor. g NOTICE OF SHERIFFS SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of a Notice of Recording of Foreign Judgment entered by the Circuit Court in and for Monroe County, Florida on the 10th day September, 2012, and by virtue of a Writ of Execution issued in the above styled cause on the 18th day of October, 2012, I, Robert P. Peryam, Sheriff of Monroe County, Florida have levied upon and will offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash, subject to any mortgages or liens thereon, in the morning on the 26th day of December, 2012, at 10:00 A.M. at the Monroe County Courthouse, 500 Whitehead St., Key West, Florida, the interests of defendant VINTAGES, INCORPORATED in execution, in the following described property, subject to any and all other liens, taxes, j udgments, or encumbrances whatsoever: SPECIFIC DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY Vintages, Inc.s 51 percent membership interest in CC Distribution, LLC, as reflected in the Amended and Restated Operating Agreement for CC Distribution, LLC. DATED this 19th day of November, 2012. Robert P. Peryam, Sheriff Monroe County, Florida BY: Rachelle Gates, Supervisor Civil Process Division Published November 21, 28, December 5, 12, 2012 Florida Ke y s Ke y noter A d# 299652 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 442008CA000153A001KW SEC.: K THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON FKA THE BANK OF NEW YORK, AS SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE TO JPMORGAN CHASE BANK, N.A., AS TRUSTEE FOR THE HOLDERS OF THE SAMI II TRUST 2005-AR2, MORTGAGE PASSTHROUGH CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2005-AR2 Plaintiff, v. LUANN HUFF; ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER, A ND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUAL DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PARTIES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS SPOUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER CLAIMANTS; SUGAR LOAF SHORES PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION. Defendant(s). NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order of Final Summary Judgment of Foreclosure dated November 8, 2012, entered in Civil Case No. 442008CA000153A001KW of the Circuit Court of the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Monroe County, Florida, wherein the Clerk of the Circuit Court will sell to the highest bidder for cash on 18 day of December, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. at the front door of the Monroe County Courthouse, Lester Building, 530 Whitehead Street, Key West, Florida 33040, relative to the following described property as set forth in the Final Judgment, to wit: LOT 41, SECTION B, SUGARLOAF SHORES, A SUBDIVISION OF PART OF GOVERNMENTAL LOT 1, GOVERNMENTAL LOT 2, GOVERNMENTAL LOT 3, ALL IN SECTION 3, TOWNSHIP 67 SOUTH, RANGE 27 EAST, ON SUGARLOAF KEY AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 158 OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA. A ny person claiming an interest in the surplus from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. ATTENTION: PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact: Cheryl Alfonso 302 Fleming Street Ke y West FL 33040 y, Phone: (305) 292-3423 DATED AT KEY WEST, FLORIDA THIS 19 DAY OF NOVEMBER, 2012. Shonta McLeod DANNY L. KOLHAGE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA Published December 5, 12, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 304241 LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to the Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA), the District XI Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) announces the availability of the following information: Tier II Reporting Forms, 304 Release Notices and the District XI Hazardous Materials Emergency Plan. To obtain information, please contact the LEPC Coordinator at (954) 985-4416. Published December 12, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 307066 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL DIVISION CASE NO.: 09-CA-09-P U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE OF SERIES 2007 GEL1 Plaintiff, vs. CARMEN ITURRALDE, et al Defendants. RE-NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to an Order to Reschedule Foreclosure Sale filed November 9, 2012, and entered in Case No. 09-CA-09P of the Circuit Court of the SIXTEENTH Judicial Circuit in and for MONROE COUNTY, Florida, wherein U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE OF SERIES 2007 GEL1, is Plaintiff, and CARMEN ITURRALDE, et al are Defendants, the clerk will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, beginning at 11:00 AM at 500 Whitehead St. Key West, FL 33040, in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes, on January 3, 2013, the following described property as set forth in said Summary Final Judgment, to wit: UNIT V7, EXECUTIVE BAY CLUB CONDOMINIUM, ACCORDING TO DECLARATION OF CONDOMINIUM FILED OFFICIAL RECORDS BOOK 806, PAGE 1066, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus funds from the sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of the lis pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. Dated at Key West, MONROE COUNTY, Florida, this 15th day of November, 2012. Danny L. Kolhage Clerk of said Circuit Court (CIRCUIT COURT SEAL) By: As Deputy Clerk U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION AS TRUSTEE OF SERIES 2007 GEL1 c/o Phelan Hallinan PLC Attorneys for Plaintiff 2727 West Cypress Creek Rd. Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33309 954-462-7000 If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Pleasecontact Cheryl Alfonso, 302 Fleming Street, Key West, Florida, 33040, (305) 2923423, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notification if the time before the scheduled appearance is less than seven (7) days: if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Published December 12, 19, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Ad# 308735 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR MONROE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 2011-DR-872-K FAMILY COURT CHRISTOPHER MAREK, Petitioner, and CECELIA LEIBOVITZ, Respondent NOTICE OF ACTION FOR VERIFIED SUPPLEMENTAL PETITION TO MODIFY RESIDENTIAL STATUS, TIMESHARING AND CHILD SUPPORT TO: CECELIA LEIBOVITZ P.O. BOX 64, CRAFTSBURY, VT 05826 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for verified supplemental petition to modify residential status, timesharing and child support has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on CHRISTOPHER MAREK C/O SAMUEL J. KAUFMAN, ESQ., 3130 NORTHSIDE DRIVE, KEY WEST, FL 33040 on or before: January 11, 2013, and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 500 Whitehead Street, Key West, FL 33040 before service on Petitioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you for the relief demanded in the petition. Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office. You may review these documents upon request. You must keep the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office notified of your current address. (You may file Notice of Current Address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in this matter will be mailed to the address on record at the clerks office. Dated: December 6, 2012 CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT By: Jacquelyn Donohue, Deputy Clerk Published December 12, 19, 26, 2012 and January 2, 2013. Florida Keys Keynoter Blacklabforsale 10month oldmaleblacklabforsale$700OBO.CallTroyfordetails 509-619-2755.$700603-7023232 Samantha.teal@hotmail.com StdPARTYPoodlePuppies Due:earlyJanuary;gorgeous parents;ownboth;very colored,RARE&loving.Taking applications.305-282-9444 lesliedem57@aol.com YourXmasbuddie! Cute TcupYorkiesmaleand female,12wksold,$500.Will be3.5lbsatfullgrowth,AKC reg,shotsanddewormed. Comeswithpapers. avpets22@yahoo.com,941870-3827139VenetianWaySaturday 8am-1pm Kidstoys,bikes, clothes;householditems, furniture,electronics&more. Qualityitems.PricedRight! ESTATE SALE MM 91 O/S Fishing gear, tools, misc. household items. Follow signs. 8:00 4:00 Fri., Sat. & Sun. 12/14, 12/15 & 12/17. WOW LOOK !!! Gwen Douglas

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Wednesday,December 12,2012 7B Keynoter KeysNet.com The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 Ad# 309547 Florida Keys Council of the Arts Notice of Upcoming Meetings Executive Committee Thursday, December 20, 2012, 9:30 a.m. First State Bank, 6900 Overseas Hwy., Marathon Grant Panel Review Thursday, December 20, 2012, 11:00 a.m. First State Bank, 6900 Overseas Hwy., Marathon Meetings are open to the public and all are invited to attend. Questions? Call the arts council office at 295-4369. Published December 12, 2012 Florida Keys Keynoter Chihuahua Puppies for sale Purebred. 8 weeks old. Had 1st shots. $250 each. In Tavernier. Please call (305) 433-1182 24979PalmLane, SummerlandKeySaturday 9amto3pm YardSale-Girls size8clothes,games,toys, books,bookshelf,bunkbeds, kitchenitemsandmore. Solid oak roll top desk 54" w, 29" D, 51 1/2" H., removeable top, oak/leather padded chair, $400; solid oak 2 drawer file cabinet $75; oak bookshelf, maple finish, 32" W, 13" D, 48" H, 2 adj. shelves $75; 2 barrel chairs, $30 ea. or all for $475. 414-477-2888. Marathon PRIVATE COLLECTOR WANTS. Rolex Dive watches and Pilot Watches. Old model Military clocks & watches. Call 305-743-4578. PRIVATE COLLECTOR WANTS. Rolex Dive watches and Pilot Watches. Old model Military clocks & watches. Call 305-743-4578. Queen Size Othopedic Mattress Set New, still in plastic. Will sell $250 cash. 305-434-0557, Key Largo. MARATHON/GRASSY KEY 3 BR, 2 BA HOME on Croton Ave. Everything new inside! Large deck, nice yard. Wont last! $230K. 1-786-303-1365 PORT LARGO CANAL HOME (MM 100) 5 BR, 3 BA. 100 deep water dock. Owner financing. Asking $775K. Must sell! 305-522-1905 BOATERS PARADISE Sweeping Ocean View! 45 dock. Lrg 3/2, 1575 sf, heated pool, tennis, boat ramp, gar. Reduced$549k. 508-922-1010 MARATHON 2 BR, 1.5 BA in 55+ park. Fully furn & loaded! Enc Fl rm, rear covrd prch, nice yard, privacy fence, lrg shed. W/D, dishwshr, 2 refrig, smooth top stove, HD TV. Too much to list! Seller motivated! Lot rent $719. 801-319-2311 4/2.5onCanal/DirectOcean Access, 70ofdock,large fencedyard.PetsOKwith somerestrictions.$2,200F/L/S 305-360-2493 Duck Key Gated Estate on Point Secluded. Private. Large dock, private beach, pool, coral rock walls, 4/3, Annual, $3,200 mo. + util. N/S, 305-304-4166Key Colony Beach, 12th St 3BR, 2BA grnd level CBS. New 75 Concrete dock. $2,400 & utils. Annual lease. F/L/S. 786-229-0228 KEY LARGO MM96. Ocean side. Direct ocean access w/Ocean views! Furnished 3 BR, 2 BA. Short or long term rental. Call 786-258-3127 KEY LARGO MM 99 1 BR / 1 BA. Quiet, off street parking. Water & hot water incl. $700 / mo. $400 sec. No dogs. (305) 394-2233 MARATHON Annual Rental. 3BR, 2BA. 75 dock. With pool. No Pets. $2,500/mo. F/L/S. 305-395-3157 Marathonhomebayview Annualrental2bd2bthhome with2docks.Laundryroom andshed.$2000plusutilities. 30812thstgulfmarathon.MM 47.Sipyourmargaritasasthe sunsetsinthebackground. 305-525-5214 Hmarrero@aol.com MM 103 B/S 3 BR / 2.5 BA 2010 built CBS, canal front, 150 ft. dock. SS appl., porcelin flrs. Impact windows, bay view! $2550 F/S (305) 879-0561. MM 95 2 BR / 1 BA Unfurnished duplex. W/D, pets okay. $1150 / mo. includes water. F/L/S Call (305) 453-1651 AVAILABLE NOW! MM 94 2 BR / 1 BA. W/D, Stilt constuction. Screened. balcony. $1100 / mo. Call (305) 451-4100 TAVERNIER DUPLEX 2 BR / 1 BA. Totally remodeled. New kit. cabinets, granite counter tops w/ full mabel back splash. Brand new bath, lg. walk in closet, Private back yd. No pets / no smoking. $1000 / mo. F/L/S No calls after 8:00 PM please. (305) 394-0987. A MOVE IN NOW from $275 week. MARATHON. Weekly or monthly. fully furn. All utilities, cable & free WI FI included. 305-289-0800 KCB Gulf Club Condos #5 1BR, 1BA. Conveniently located next to walking paths, park & restaurants. W/D, cable & water incl. 315-523-1284 KEYLARGOMM98 BEAUTIFUL2/1APT.FULLY FURNISHED,ALL APPLIANCES,C/A,2NDFLR. WATERINCL.NOPETS. $1,200/mo.305-451-1853 3BR/2BACanalFrontMM103 3or4Bedroom,2bathMH withadditioninKLVonacanal. PetsOK.$1,300+utilities.419 -250-2750 meganurich@hotmail.com MARATHON 3 BR 2 BA, 495 91st St. $950/mo., F/L/S On a lot and a half. Call or text 706-463-2333 or hhf@vol.com. 12 month lease MARATHON Furn, private lot 1 br, 1 spare rm, 1 ba, W/D. Pvt parking. No pets. $1000 /mo incl utilities. 1st mo. & half dep. 305-942-0522; 942-0524 MARATHON PARK MODEL MOBILE HOME Fully furnished, 1 BR, 1 BA, $700/mo + util. 305-731-5042 DUCK KEY-Deluxe canal front vacation homes. 3 br, 2 ba & 4 br, 4-1/2 ba. Lrg pool, spacious homes w/dockage! W/D, A/C, fully furn, pet ok 305-743-0003 BEAUTIFUL FURN. 1 BR APT w/ 2 flat screen TVs in heart of Isalmorada, a 2 min. walk to bars, restaurants, shops & marina. No better deal in the Keys! $750 / mo. (305) 853-5974 or (305) 360-3386. KEY LARGO MM 96.3 O Sm apt w/sep kit, efficiency style. 22 long scrn in porch. Fully furn incl hi dpth TV & WiFi. $875mo incl util FLS. 853-3779 MARATHON 3 BR, 1 BA Apt Includes gardner, nice size yard. 1 year lease, $1500/mo + utilities. Section 8 approved. Call 305-743-5438 Marathon/CocoPlum Large 1 br apt. Pool, dock, includes water. $900/mo. Call DD, 289-6486 MARATHON Prime Location Retail/office/comm space for rent. Old town Marathon on US 1, high visibility location (former Daffy Doug Discount Store) 650 sf., 850 ft and 4700 sf spaces available at $14-16 per sf annually, immediate occupancy. 954-557-3603 MARATHON US 1 Commercial Space Avail. 1000 sf, $1/sf + util, taxes & insur. Yard space also available. 305-923-9542 UNIQUE MARINE is now hiring an administrative assistant. Experience preferred. Email resume to: sales@uniquemarine.com Retail Data has an immediate part time opportunity for the right candidate in the Marathon Keys area! The Data Collector will be responsible for collecting pricing information at the retail level. The Data Collector will be assigned stores in their general area to visit weekly, monthly, and/or quarterly meeting collection and transmission deadlines. The successful candidate must be able to work the following schedule: Week 12 hours per week Week 22 hours per week Week 32 hours per week Week 435-40 hours per week For a full job description and application, please visit our website at http://www.retaildatallc.com. No phone calls please. WE NEED YOU NOW FT/PT, daily work, get paid in 72 hrs Deliver the Yellow Pages in the Florida Keys and Key West areas. Must be 18 yrs+, have DL, vehicle & insurance. Call for more info (800) 422-1955 Ext. 1 8:00A-4:30P Mon-Fri www.DeliverPhoneBooks.com RECEPTIONISTWANTED MEDICALOFFICEIN TAVERNIERSEEKINGPART TIMEPERSONTUESDAY ANDTHURSDAYFOR FRONTOFFICETOANSWER PHONES,CHECKIN PATIENTS,APPOINTMENTS, FILEETC.MUSTBE COMPUTERLITERATE.FAX RESUMETO3052793988NO CALLS LICENSED CAM MANAGER NEEDED P/T IN MARATHON Please send resume:PO Box 500224, Marathon,Fl 33050 or camappmarathon@gmail.com THE MOORINGS and MORADA BAY / PIERRES are seeking self motivated, detail oriented and hard working individuals to fill positions in Housekeeping. Please submit an application /resume @ 123 Beach Rd., Islamorada. MM 81.5 ocean side or email: moorings@bellsouth.net LegalAdmin Paralegal/Legal SecretaryneededforOcean Reeflawoffice.Probateand/or realestateexperience required.Fax/emailresumeto SandraT.Lynn305-248-2615. 305-247-6521 jmlynn@bellsouth.net CarRentalAgency Part-time helpneededatbusycarrental agencyinMarathonairport. Counterhelp,rentalcontracts andexcellentcustomer service.Willtrain.Please contactJorge561-860-4143 Keyscarrental@gmail.com EXPERIENCED HELP ONLY Breakfast Cook Prep Cook, Line Cook Host/Hostess Waitstaff Bartender Bus Person Front of House Managers Apply in person: Sunset Grille & Raw Bar, 7 Knights Key Blvd, Marathon.HELP WANTED Short order cook & deli. Full time, 40hrs. $12 per hour. Must have own car. Call (305) 664-1071, or apply in person at Crazy Billys Country Store. MM 74.5WERE SELLING BOATS! Unique Marine needs an exp. sales professional as we grow our business. Email resume to: sales@uniquemarine.com EXPERIENCED LOCAL SERVICE PLUMBER needed. Must have clean appearance, valid drivers lic. & references. Call (305) 453-5435. EXPERIENCED & RELIABLE, appliance repair technician. Must have valid drivers license and tools! Call (305) 664-3662. NOW HIRING! Unique Marine is seeking an exp.marine Service Technician. Email to: sales@uniquemarine.com for more information. NewTropicalWicker BedroomandLivingRoomDinettes,Futons,Recliners SimmonsBeautyrest www.fredsbeds.com FRED'SBEDS 100sofBedsFactoryDirecttoYouMarathonMM53.5743-7277 BigCoppittMM9.5295-8430FREEDELIVERY MakeBIG $$$$Bartender,Dancers Servers&SecurityHousingavailableMonday-SaturdayCallMrFord664-4335 WOODYSMM82 YOU HAVE IT.Somebody else wants it.Have something you no longer need? Sell it in our classifieds! (305) 743-5551 or ads@keynoter.com

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KeysNet.com Keynoter 8B Wednesday,December 12,2012 The Keynoter Classifieds 305-743-5551 Drivers: $2,000.00 Sign-On Bonus! Top Pay, Benefits, Miles, Great Home-Time & More! Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-4854 19 WELLCRAFT 1999 T-top, livewell, Raymarine D5 400x fish finder, Uniden MO535 radio, new batt. Needs engine. $2000. 305-509-2637 25 6" ProLine Cuddy cabin 1995, Model 231. Platform w/ladder, top & tower. 2005 Merc 225 4 stroke. Any reasonable offer! 305-743-0639 33 FORTIER 1988 Twin Perkins diesels. Appraised $135K, asking $45K or trade for RE or auto. Free dockage for 6 mo. MM99 305-942-3055 44MarineTrader 1980Twin fordlehmandieselmotors. BUCbookvalue$79500$87300.Greatliv-a-board. Seenbyappointment.989-429 -7305bob@pioneerpole.com Carolina Skiff Specialists All sizes & models: Sea Chasers, Bennington pontoons & Hydra. sports. Call Ft. Myers for West Coast pricing! 800-955-7543 2Detroit871Engines FixedZ drivesapprox1972Willneed toberemovedSellingasis. Makeoffer.VesselstoredinSt. Petersburg,FL727-576-1094 55 BOATSLIP FOR SALE OR LEASE in Islamorada. Yacht Club membership incl. $500 / month. Great location! Call 305-393-7494. Boat slip for rent $200/mo. MM 99 oceanside. Up to 40 ft. catamarans, etc. No liveaboards. Water & electric included. (305)942-3055 DOCKAGE AVAILABLE MM 103 Oceanside $10 a foot, Live Aboards okay Utilities Available 305-905-6867DOCKRENTAL 999 28th St Mrthn $10/ft, per mo.190 dp water dockage, just N. of 7 Mile Bridge. Elec at dock. Sorry no liveaboards. Katrina 305879-1018; Peter 754-245-3261LIVE ABOARD DEEP WATER DOCKAGE. A great place to call home. MM92.5 O/S For more information call (305) 853-5604100307659-01 GreatdealsonBoat/Trailer storage Getthebestdealon boatand/ortrailerstoragein thekeys.MarinaJunctionisa newlyrenovatedfullservice marinaandstoragefacility.On siteboatrampandserviceat verycompetitiverates.Open7 days/week. info@marinajunction.com,or stopbytodayat4681 OverseasHwy.305-453-6771 info@marinajunction.com 18ft. Heritage sliding seat rowing skiff. 2009, excellent condition. Carbon fiber/ fiberglass oars. $4,500. Call Karl (954) 695-8355. 1 Dave buys permits So Atlantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf Reef, K/Mack, Shark, Sword, Tuna. $$$ in 48 hours! 904-262-2869, 904-708-0893 1 S. Atlantic Snapper, Grouper permit for lease. Corp. Atlantic Snapper /Grouper permit for sale 904-262-2869; 904-708-0893 29 COMMERCIAL Y & G 300 HP John Deere, low hrs. Fishing & trap pulling. Full electronics. $23K obo. 305-522-2702, Islamorada KingFishPermit$6000 SellingKingFishPermitfor $6000obo.786-339-0200or 305-290-0832. lalaa73@gmail.com All types of permits for sale! Rock Shrimp, King Fish, S Atlantic Snapper, Grouper, Gulf 6 Pack reef & pelagic, Commercial Gulf Reef Fish, Gulf Snapper IFQs, Long Line Pkg. Many other permits avail. We buy, sell & broker all types of permits. Call before you buy or sell! Please call for prices. Licensed & Bonded. All permits guaranteed valid for transfer, many refs avail. John Potts Jr.321-784-5982, 321302-3630. www.shipsusa.com MTHN-Marine Storage : boats, trailers, campers, any clean storage OK on wheels. Best rates in town. Check with us first! Call Emil, 731-3386 AUTOS WANTED! ALL YEARS! Junk-Used. car-Van-Truck. Running or not. Cash paid. 305-332-0483 PARADISE TOWING is buying junked cars. Call (305) 731-6540 H-D ROAD KING 2006 Excellent cond. Priced to sell at $7500 O.B.O. Call (305) 852-8776 Charter Pest Control Your Local Company. All types of pest control. Ocean Reef to Key West. Contact us at 305-451-3389. Looking for a Local Business? Also see The Florida Keys Business Directory in every issue of the Keynoter! CoralReefParkCo. JohnPennekampDivisionIsseeking: PartTimeBoatRental PartTimeScubaInstructor (PadiCertified) PartTimeSnorkelBoatDiveMaster FTNarrator PartTimeSnorkelShed FullTimeandPartTime ReservationistPickupApplicationsat RangersStation (305-451-6301) WEREHIRING!VisitingNurseAssociation&HospiceoftheFloridaKeys islookingforaDEVELOPMENTDIRECTORThisfull-timeposition-whichcanbelocatedineitherourKeyWestor Tavernieroce-isresponsibleforthecoordinationandimplementation ofprogramstoincreasetheagencysfundingbase,focusingonmajor donors,sponsors,foundationsandgrantfunding. Thesuccessfulcandidatewillhaveabackgroundindevelopment,the knowledgeofstrategiesforidenticationofmajordonors,and experienceingrantwritingandproposalpresentations. Mastersdegreepreferred-aBachelorsdegreeisrequired.Proven managementandleadershipskillsandanexcellentability tocommunicatebothverballyandinwriting. Minimumofve(5)yearsofprogressivefundraisinganddevelopment experience.Aproventrackrecordofobtainingphilanthropicsupportis necessary.CertiedFundraisingExecutive(CFRE) credentialpreferred.1319WilliamStreet,KeyWest,Florida33040 hr@vnahospicekeys.orgwww.vnahospicekeys.org VisitingNurseAssociation& HospiceoftheFloridaKeys,Inc.LicensedtoServetheKeysSince1984Formoreinformation,ortoapply,pleasesubmityourapplicationvia email,onlineorin-person.NoPhoneCallsPlease.HHA21245096 HPC50310951DFWP/EOE HCS232500 TOMTHUMBHasimmediateopeningfor MANAGERinMarathon. Excellentbenefits.Willtrain.CallCleveland786-295-5307 Deliverournewspapers 2daysaweekbetween 4a.m.and7a.m.inMarathon Formoreinformation callBobat743-5551Ext.28Needtomake someextracash? FULLTIMEPOSITIONOPEN PoliceOfficerTheCityofKeyColonyBeachisaccepting applicationsforaFULLTIMEPoliceOfficer.ApplicantsmustpossessacurrentFloridacertificationasa policeofficer.Applicantswillundergoathoroughbackground investigation,includingdrugscreening,medical,polygraphand psychologicalexams.Salaryisdependantonqualifications.Mailresumeto: ChiefofPolice POBox510141 KeycolonyBeach,FL33051 OrCallforadditionalinformation305-289-1212EqualOpportunityEmployer TOMTHUMBFoodStores,Inc. OffersthefollowingpositionsinMONROECOUNTY*Managers&ManagerTrainees *AssistantManagers *StoreClerksThreeshiftsavailable:6amto2pm 2pmto10pm 10pmto6amToapplypleasecall786-295-5307 andaskforClevelandMathis Wewilltrain. Noexperienceneeded. Competitivewagesandbenefits.DFWP.E.O.E. Grassy Key area Deliver newspapers 7 days a week between 4 a.m.and 7 a.m. The pay is approximently $350 a week. Stop in at the Marathon office to fill out an application. 3015 Overseas Hwy.Newspaper carrier wanted