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The Pompano


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" *-i"---May 6,2005 Pompano Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea


Carol Bryer
won First
Place in the
"Green
Market"
photography
contest. See
other
winners on
pages 14
and 15.


Volume XII, Issue 67


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Infant needs
blood for
neurosurgery
Temple Sholom of Pompano
Beach will hold a Blood Drive on
May 8 at 123 SE 11 Ave. in Pom-
pano Beach from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30
m.
S The dhive ~l' benefit Shoshana
Alegra Shafran, born on Feb. 11
with a birth defect called Tethered
Cord Syndrome. On May 18, she
I will undergo surgery to repair her
spinal cord. For more information
call 954-942-6410.

Lighthouse tour
set for Saturday
In celebration of National Histori-
cal Preservation Month, the Hillsboro
S Lighthouse, will be open for tours on
Saturday, May 7.
SS Tours begin at the Sands Harbor
Hotel & Marina,125 North Riverside
Dr. where tourists will board the 40-
passenger boat, Aqua View. Dr. Ray
McAllister will narrate the ride to the
lighthouse.
Tourists will visit the statue of the
Barefoot Mailman and hear tales of
his weekly walks down the beaches of
South Florida to deliver mail.
The old Radio Room at the Station
has been turned into a mini-museum
with artifacts, pictures and charts.
There will be special historical
presentations several times during he
day.
The shuttles begin at 9 a.m. The
cost of the tour is $25 per person or
$35 per family and it includes an
annual membership to the Hillsboro
Lighthouse Preservation Society.
For more information call Hibbard
Casselberry at 954-782-3313, or visit
www.hillsborolighthouse.org.


Residents win fight to curb

residential development on beach
By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
In a room filled with red-shirted
residents from the barrier island,
the Pompano Beach City Commis-
sion voted to reduce the number of
future new residential units east of
-, the Intracoastal waterway from 368
units to 270 units. The vote came
during Tuesday night's Commu-
nity Redevelopment Agency
Workshop.
The updated plan was part of


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Fishing Rodeo to launch

40th year in Pompano Beach


Wi. Wv W 3U M
Vince and Patti Carr display winning Yellow Tail Tuna. Following this Rodeo, the Carrs will retire
to Hawaii. Photo courtesy Kall Grapics.


By Fernanda Medici
PELICAN WRITER
The waters around Pompano
Beach will be churning with


anglers from May 19 to May 21 as-
fishermen and women compete for

Continued on page 16


Continued on page 7


Zoning Board

rejects change

in RPUD

ordinance

governing

building

heights

By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
The Pompano Beach Planning and
Zoning Board rejected an amendment
6 1 [Al Siefert dissenting] to a
Residential Planned Unit Develop-
ment (RPUD) ordinance that might
have allowed for a number of build-
ings taller than 60 feet to be built on

Continued on page 3


If you ate too much seafood at the Festival, remember

41 dlthat many charities got a leg up from your pig-out!






Pompano Beach Fishing Rodeo Presidenit Phil
.2 ~'- Maus and Boy Scouts Michael Leon,
Kiwanis Club of Pompano Beach members Randy Jonathan Henry, Joey Sousa, and Anthony EliEs
Kester, Rich Leys, and Randy Myrick man the Rotary Club of Pompano Beach/Lighthouse Point members serve "spirits" to the thirsty festival goers. sell admission tickets to benefit local boy scout
gate to raise funds for Horses & andThe Handi- Check out Social Matters for more photos on page 11 ...* troops. These boys hail from Troop #519 in
capped along with other local charities. Wilton Manors.


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Pompano Park Okay to build Racino


"Chlorine dosing" takes

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By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
This week, the Planning and
Zoning Board approved plans
of Pompano Park, Inc. to con-
struct its "Racino" project at the
race track grounds.
"We're really excited about
this project," said General Man-
ager Dick Feinberg. "We're
happy we got the approval and
are eager to get started with
construction."
Pompano Park will undergo
a few changes prior to the
Racino's opening, which is
scheduled for Dec. 31, 2005.
First, the old northwest grand-
stand will be torn down to make


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A possible alternative to drug therapy
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It has long been recognized that
there is a link between spinal
subluxations (misalignment of one or
more vertebra of the spine) and bodily
functions. The misalignment can
cause irritation of nerve roots and can
effect the normal organ function. In
the case of asthma, the nerves to the
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room for the new facility,which
will allow patrons to participate
in the racing at the track, place
bets on races held around the
country, and use the new slot
machines that will be installed
pending legislation before the
state.government this week.
According to site plans, the
steel-framed and stucco-fin-
ished building will be a two-
story, open layout facility more
than 157,,000 square feet in size.
The height of the building is
expected to be 54', with signifi-
cant landscaping buffers be-
tween the facility and nearby
condominiums. In addition to


gambling facilities, there will
also be two new upscale restau-
rants in the building.
Pompano Beach Planning
and Zoning Board members
voted unanimously to approve
the project subject to city re-
quirements for landscaping and
other recommendations.
Among the concerns voiced
by the board were issues with
traffic. Chairman A. L. Stein
said that traffic is a source of
worriment as the site plan had
not yet addressed ingress/egress
issues and potential increases
in evening traffic. Stein ad-

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The dosing will be in
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the water, but it is still safe
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the barrier island.
Attorneys James Eddy and
Charles Brady appeared
before the Planning and
Zoning Board on behalf of
Oceanside Developers, a
development group interested
in building condominiums on
Ocean Boulevard. Eddy and
Brady argued that a phrase
limiting building heights to
60-foot should be eliminated.
They referred to a phrase [in
the ordinance] that runs
contradictory to a preceding
statement describing height
determination as an issue that
"... considers] the character
of the surrounding area, the
character of the proposed
development, and the devel-
opment goals as stated in the
-ompano Beach Comprehen-
sive Plan."


Brady said the removal of
the 60-foot limitation does not
mean that the city has no
power over controlling the
heightofdevelopment.He says,
"It grants eligibility with
a height that the commission
directs."
Chairman A. L. Stein
initially had concerns with
reviewing an ordinance
change that came from the
public and asked Assistant
City Attorney James Stokes
for an explanation. Stokes
defended the request saying,
"Any person can request a


text amendment. They paid
for the filing, so they get their
day in court."
Board member Al Siefert
spoke out in support of the
change saying, "It's not a
threat to the city. Pompano
Beach is behind the times as
far as other cities and commu-
nities. This is a good move
for Pompano Beach."
Board Member Michael
Horan said, "I have a real
problem making any kind of a
recommendation to the city
commission. It would leave
the door open for unlimited
height restrictions."


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monished park representatives
saying,There have to be some
changes in those traffic patterns
before you can put one stick in
the ground."
Attorney Alan Koslow, rep-
resenting the park and its own-
ers Isle of Capri Casinos, Inc.,


said, "We are good neighbors.
It's to our benefit to make our
neighbors happy."
Feinberg said that the race-
track has contracted to perform
a massive traffic study and that
study will be part of the master
plan for the facility. "We want
to do right by those that live
near us," said Feinberg. "And,
we want to do what's right by
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the makings of a future city planner


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Here's a young man who
is thinking hard about Pom-
pano Beach's past and future.
The Pelican met up with
Brandon Whaley at the
Saturday morning, Farmer's
Green Market where he
volunteers and earns service
hours, helping to set up and
knock down the weekly event.
Margaret White, Historical
Society says, "He's the most
helpful young man. He's
always smiling and willing to
do whatever we need him to
do. I don't know how we got
him, but I'm glad we did."
"I think I've earned about
77 service hours in the past
six months of volunteering at
the Green Market," Brandon
says. "That means I've now
got about 150 hours with two
more years to go in high
school." (70 public service
hours are required for high
school graduation. 250 hours
entitle a graduate to wear a
silver cord, an honor designa-
tion which Brandon will no
doubt earn.)
But more important to him
than hours, is the time he has
spent hanging out with some
of the local, old timers who
share their memories of old


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"I love hearing what it was
like here in the old days,"
Brandon says. "I've also read
all of Bud Garner's stories.
They paint such a good
picture, I sort of wish it was
still like that. I hope this
Green Market is helping to
build interest in Old Pompano
and that some of this historic
area can be restored and
preserved. I think there should
be a special building code to
keep the historical sense of
this place. I'd like to see the
architecture of Old Pompano
maintained. Even the new
homes in the area should have


to conform to the architecture
used in the old, landmark
homes."
Whaley participated in
annexations
Though he's fascinated
with Pompano's past, Whaley
is just as interested in its
future. He became very
involved in the recent annex-
ation of the Highlands into
Pompano Beach because, he
says, "I have a lot of friends
living there and I wanted
them to be part of us, not
Deerfield. I'm very interested
in Pompano's future. I'd like
to improve our image. When I
worked on the annexation of
the Highlands, I saw that
people had a lot of miscon-
ceptions about Pompano.
"They thought Pompano
was backward and not
preparing for the future in
things like physical, aesthetic
improvements and redevelop-
ment. I went to Deerfield
meetings with the Highlands
to find out what Deerfield was
offering. I came to the conclu-
sion that we were a much
better choice. Our tax base is
much larger. Therefore taxes
are lower here than in Deer-
field. Pompano offers better
Police, Fire and Ambulance
services. We're bigger and if


Brandon Whaley, 16, helps set up booths at the Pompano Beach Green Market.
When he's not busy with school and family, Whaley can often be found working
as a volunteer to promote Pompano Beach. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


they joined us, Pompano
would have over 100,000
residents. That could qualify
us for new grant money to
help make many needed


improvements."
Whaley went to both the
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Whaley

Continued from page 4

extravaganzas where both
cities wooed the Highland
residents. "I touted Pompano
whenever I could, but I'm a
kid. I didn't feel I had enough
facts to face off with city
representatives. I sure
enjoyed listening to Mayor
Rayson and Mrs. Jacaruso
who went door to door on the
campaign. I went to the polls
and held up signs and argued
when I could with the opposi-
tion and we did win," he
grinned.
Gloria Jacaruso, consult-
ant, gives Brandon raves. "It
was so nice to see a young
person become involved in a
city issue because it was the
right thing to do. He didn't
even live in the Highlands,
( but he understood the advan-
tages for them to join Pom-
pano Beach. He did his
research and he was very
persuasive at several rallies.
We were a small but effective
group.
Whaley is an avid viewer
of Channel 78, checking
regularly on the status of city
projects. "I want to see
Pompano improve as Holly-
wood, Delray and Fort
Lauderdale have," he says.
"We can do it. I'm glad to see
Harbor Drive looking good
and now Cypress Road is
being beautified. That's good.
To me, the most fun is seeing
a talked about project finally
begin. Our beach area needs a
face lift and it's exciting to
hear that WCI might finally
make it happen. Once
Oceanside is fixed up, others
areas will follow. That's how
it seems to work."
Asked what she thinks of
her son's fascination with
Pompano, Barbara Whaley
says, "We think his interest is
remarkable. Neither my
husband nor I have been
involved in the day to day
affairs of our city. But we are
now, because Brandon keeps
us informed."
Is Brandon heading for a
career in city planning? "I
don't know," he says. "I know
I'm interested in everything
about Pompano. Maybe world
history is so overwhelming to
me, I like to think more about
the immediate world I live in.
I know I'm not as informed as
- I'd like to be. I'd love the
opportunity to work in a city
department so that I could
understand why things take so
long and how decisions are
made."
Asked about school, he
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Taking honors classes is very
demanding. It takes a lot of
time to keep myself where I
want to be." He's active in
StudentLeadership and will
soon be inducted into the
Spanish Honor Society. As a
member of the Model UN
school club, he gets a chance
to talk about international
issues with other kids."
"I have to wait an hour and
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school every day, so instead
of wasting my time, I tutor
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The newspaper of Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The Sea


ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 67
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren
News Paul Proia


Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: Dottie Hilborn
Editorial Assistants: Annette Greenburg, Lois Baker
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
Donna Torrey, Joseph Pittelli, Sandy Johnson, Lee Waldo
Account Executives: Paul Shroads and Marianne Miccoli
Special Office Assistant: Cathy Siren

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CRA takes the step to temper

overdevelopment on the beach


The best bet to keep the beach area of Pompano Beach accessible and
beautiful is to do exactly what the CRA [Community Redevelopment Agency]
did this week. They reduced the number of units allowed for construction on
the east side of the Intracoastal Waterway.
During the workshop meeting, dozens of beach residents showed up, clad
in red tee shirts, to urge the CRA board to keep residential units at a minimum.
Oceanside living may be common to those of us in this community, but in
fact, to live beside an ocean is rare. The beach area is fragile, and governing
how that area is used is a great responsibility.
Communities with beach property are regularly tempted with developers
who can do much to lower taxes with expensive and luxurious buildings.
Buyers of these new units will pay huge tax bills for their ocean views, and
their big dollars help keep tax rates lower.
But revenues will mean little if unharnessed construction on fragile and
limited beach areas lead to a heavy strain on public utilities and services.
Pompano Beach is trying to move forward with beach development, and it
seems there is some wisdom this time in limiting the number of residential
units city leaders will allow.
This good sense is a gift to future generations. They would do well to
replicate this example of prudence in city government.
Patient and thoughtful development of the beach area should lead to green
spaces, upscale businesses and restaurants and plenty of parking for the entire
community to enjoy this rare bit of property.

LETTER
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Keep beaches and water safe

for divers says reader

To the Editor:
I frequently snorkel the waters between Atlantic and Commercial piers. I
fear for my life, as do my fellow swimmers each time we are in the water.
I have a diving flag at all times, but the jet skis and para-sail boats are a
constant threat to us. These boats are in much too close, and are either scaring
off or killing off our fish on the reef.
One of the para-sail boats has even dropped its own buoy anchor on the reef
below. To make matters worse, it appears that the buoys in Pompano are much
closer to shore than those at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea.
I wonder how these boats and their hotels rate such priority over all others
who use the beach. After reading your article last week, I was alarmed to hear
that these hotels are, or have been expanding their fleets.
These are public beaches, and as such we all should be allowed to swim
freely without boats and jet skis all around us. These hotels are ruining our
coral reefs. Do we have to wait for a fatality or injury before we take action?
The hotel boats are causing havoc for beachgoers and all of this is for their own
profit. Is this really worth it?
Name withheld


A smaller, 3 yard dumpster, replacing
the 4 yard container, provided enough space
to store the 95 gal. rolling carts where our
mixed recyclables could be stored until
picked up by BFI trucks (now Waste
Management).
Collection baskets (laundry type) were
placed on each floor, near the Laundry
rooms. One basket is labeled NEWSPA--
PERS ONLY.
The other has a sign designating
RECYCLABLES # 1,2,3 PLASTIC,
GLASS BOTTLES and ALUMINUM and
STEEL CANS. Additional signs, (Yellow
for recyclables; Pink for newspapers)
were provided by Pompano Beach City
offices.
First floor residents were asked to place


Editor's Note:
This commentary is part
of a series to raise aware-
ness to the critical need to
recycle. In late May, the
Pompano Beach Commis-
sion will consider offering
all condominium owners a
chance to recycle paper,
tin, aluminum, glass and
cardboard. This paper will
be urging city commission-
ers to support this ordi-
nance. We welcome your
opinions.


their recycled newspapers in a basket placed near the table in the Mail Area; and
to deposit mixed bottles, cans and cartons directly in the 95 gal. carts located in
the Dumpster Room.
All baskets (all floors) are emptied five days of the week by our regular
cleaning company. The instructions for these workers are printed in both
English and Spanish (thanks to a resident translator who is also a professional
translator for Broward Co. Schools.)
The time it takes to empty all baskets into the three 95 gal. containers, and to
place collected newspapers into the Outdoor bin varies 15 to 25 minutes per
day (depending on the days, e.g., Monday mornings take longer (25 min) due to
the heavier no. of recyclables collected, and the heavier, multi-page newspapers
printed Friday thru Sunday.)
At present, Building 13 uses a private collection firm to pick up the newspa-
pers. Recycled newspapers are valuable: $15 to $17 per ton. We have col-
lected over $500 the past two years from this company. Dollars saved by using
a 3-yd. dumpster instead of 4-yd. rubbish bin, are another savings benefit to
recycling subscribers.
The greater feelings and pride by our residents that we are contributing to a
cleaner, safer earth is obvious. The percentage of people using our recycling
baskets is high. We have Floor captains on most floors that can help newcom-
ers sort their recyclable items, and remind the "old" and "young" timers to
follow the rules.
Recently, our revised bulletin on recycling (2 pp. in English and Spanish) is
another way to help our residents keep up to date with our motto. RECYCLE -
IT'S THE RIGHT THING LET'S DO IT RIGHT.


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Starting a recycling program in

a 90-unit building works well


By Chuck McDermid
POMPANO BEACH RESIDENT
Two years ago, residents in Building 13, Association 1 Palm Aire Country
Clubs, decided to start a recycling program. Why? Many of our owners came
from Northeastern and Midwestern states where full recycling of reusable
materials has been a way of life for several decades. In short, they knew first
hand that recycling produced cleaner, safer environments for themselves, for
their families and visitors, thus enhancing the quality of their communities.
Moving to Palm Aire, they were surprised to find that Pompano Beach had
no recycling available for high rise dwellings. In addition, residents in Building
13, and Palm Aire generally, could see the huge mountain of trash and rubbish -
within our city limits that is growing out of control. Damage to health and city
beautification seems imminent. What could be done to stop this growing
environmental threat?
The answer became clear. We must start a recycling program. Under the
leadership of resident Tricia Marques, our building officers and other interested /
residents, we chose to initiate a total recycling program.
We would recycle the following: newspapers, glass bottles and jars, plastic
containers (Nos. 1,2, 3), aluminum and steel cans, and drink and milk cartons.
Next, information from County and City resources re: the type of recycling
containers needed as well as useful literature that spelled out the advantages of
recycling.
In launching the program for our 90 unit building, we first surveyed avail-
able spaces in our Rubbish rooms, and hallway covers near the
Laundry rooms where collection baskets for newspaper and bottles would be
placed on each floor. An outdoor spiae for the newspaper bin was selected
where we could shield the bin on three sides with shrubs, keeping the fourth
side free for the collection truck that would empty the collected Newspapers.
We were happy to discover that old newspapers constituted roughly 25 to 30%
of a building's total trash; thus, removing newspapers from the dumpsters
allowed us to dispense with the large, four yard dumpster.


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LAC
Continued from page 1
the commission's discussion
on what data should be part of
the city's presentation to the
Broward County Planning
Council in its second attempt


to request a land-use amend-
ment by declaring a large
section along Atlantic Boule-
vard from Federal Highway to
fhe Atlantic Ocean a Local
Activity Center [LAC].
An LAC helps determine
how a city can plan for
residential, commercial,


industrial, and open space
zoning for future develop-
ment. As part of the LAC, the
city informs the county what
changes may be necessary to
accommodate this develop-
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units on property originally
zoned for commercial use.
When the city went before
the Broward County Planning
Council last March, the initial
LAC plan called for 880 new
units, but did not specify
whether units could be used
east or west of the Intra-
coastal. The county turned
down the plan, and the LAC
request was denied. The
city's new plan is far more
specific, calling for units on
specific property blocks.
While the plan still calls for
880 new units, only 270 are
tentatively scheduled for the
area east of the Intracoastal
Waterway.
Commissioners Kay
McGinn and Lamar Fisher
had concerns about property
near the city pier. McGinn
asked that the city remove 98
units that might be used on
the pier property, and Fisher
asked that those 98 units be
moved to Atlantic Boulevard.
McGinn began the session
unsupportive of the current
plan, asking for just 125 units
rather than the original plan
for 368 units. "125 is some-
thing I can support at the


county. If it's higher than
125, then I can't support it."
Members of the audience
regularly applauded com-
ments that supported less
development on the barrier
island and booed comments
that promoted beach develop-
ment.
When Commissioner
George Brummer said the
city's parking lots were the
only key bargaining chips the
city had in attracting large
scale developers to the area,
his comments were met with a
loud chorus of rants from the
red-shirted audience.
On several occasions,
Mayor John Rayson used the
gavel to halt audience distur-
bances.
Nearly an hour of the
meeting was allotted for
public comment, all deriding
development on the barrier
island. Heavy traffic and the
Atlantic Boulevard Bridge
topped their reasons.
The LAC proposal was
approved by the City Com-
mission with a 5 1 vote
[Brummer dissenting].
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Pompano

Chamber plans

calendar of events

for community

The Greater Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce is hosting
major events this month. A Teacher
Appreciation Luncheon is set for
May 19 at noon at the Lighthouse
Point Yacht & Racquet Club, 2701
NE 42 St. The luncheon will honor
the Northeast Broward Area Schools
and each school's "Teacher of the
Year."
Cost for this event is $25 per
person and registration and payment
in advance is required.

The Spring Golf Tournament
Time is set for The Palm- Aire
Country Club, May 13 at 11:30 a.m.
with a shotgun start at 1:30 p.m.
Corporate "Eagle" teams are avail-
able for $600 which include four
person team entry with greens fees
and cart, awards dinner, prizes and
fun and a tee or green sign with your
company name.
Corporate "Birdie". teams are
available for $500 and include the
above without any company signage.
Individual "Par" entries are available
at $125 for a one person entry fee
including green fee and cart, awards
dinner, prizes and fun. Corporate
signs can be placed on tees or greens
for $150.
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A Membership Breakfast
Healthfairtakes place May 31 at
North Broward Medical Center
Conference Center, 201 East Sample
Road at 7:45 a.m. Blood pressure
stations and glucose screenings will
be available. The hospital's new
chef, Russell Moore, will have a
food tasting and cooking demo and
department managers will be avail-
able to answer questions. NBMC has
donated a full body scan as one of
the door prizes which has a value of
$575. Make your reservations in
advance so the hospital can plan
ahead. Cost for members is $8 with
reservations by May 6 and $10
thereafter. Guests are $30.
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A Business To Business Expo is
planned for June 29 from 5:30 to
7:30 p.m. at the Hillsboro Club, 901
Hillsboro Mile (A1A). "This event is
a great opportunity for members to
showcase their products and services
to the business community," says
Jean Stubbs, general manager of the
Chamber.
Call the Chamber at 954-941-
2940 for information on any of these
events.


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Manny Fernandez [left] checks out a transmission with Joseph Hudson, installer technician. Hudson has been with Fernandez since he opened his shop
10 years ago at 2780 NE 7 Ave.. in Pompano Beach. [Photo by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
Manny Fernandez opened up his
own transmission shop 10 years ago at
2780 NE 7th Ave. in Pompano Beach
and he's still there, doing well,
assisted by three very capable, in-
staller technicians. "Joseph Hudson
has been with me since my beginning
and the other two almost as long. I'm
very proud of our work and the fact
that I have a Triple-A approved shop.
In fact, we're the only one in North
Broward which meets their high
standards."
Fernandez has been interested in
cars since he was a kid. "My dad was
active in car racing and I got to liking
cars for what they can do. One learns
to repair them on the spot and that's
good training," he says. "I attended
North East High School where I took
automotive courses. At 18, I was
already managing a transmission shop.
By 23, I felt qualified to go into my
own business."
Delighted to have the strong
recommendation from AAA which
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Fernandez says, "Most of my business
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Roy Johnson, on the other hand,
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Beside servicing individuals,
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"We specialize in automatic and
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Fernandez.recommends rebuilding
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because, he says, "There are so many
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parts."
To maintain a transmission,
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Asked how long a transmission
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the owner, he has a lot of takers. "It's
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Married with one son, Ashton who
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what daddy does. I hope for a better
career for him, but if he chooses to
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Fernandez plays second base on the
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installed for the Greater Pompano Beach Republican Club.
Maureen Jaeger (right), vice chair of the Broward County
Republican Party, installs (1 to r) Bill Hoffman and Bob
Eicholz, board members; Karen Crissy, secretary; Dennis
Myers, president; and, Carol Waldrop, 1st vice president.
Not pictured: Ann Cass, treasurer and Sandra Baumann,
2nd vice president.
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Fleet Week, Air and Sea Shows and Submarines

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By.Sandy Johnson and
Lee Waldo
SOCIETY MATTERS
Before we ventured out for
the Air and Sea Show, we
started off with a visit to our
Lighthouse Point Citizens on
Patrol Marine volunteers. Bill
Morgan has worked tirelessly
to get this group up and
running. We joined Bill, John
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Kevin Hancock, the liason for
the COP program, at the dock
and watched them set off for a
day on the water to help keep
the city canals as safe as
possible. This is a wonderful
addition to the COPs [Citizens
on Patrol] who volunteer daily
to patrol the streets. Thanks to
police chief Ross Licatta who
has had the patience and


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also put in many hours in the
office and publishing a
monthly newsletter to help
coordinate all the activities.
As part of the Fleet Week
adventure, we went aboard
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SOCIAL MATTERS


Serving up the fare at The Pompano Seafood


Festival added weight to a dozen chairty coffers


For years, service clubs have benefited from salty Chamber event


By Lee Waldo and Sandy
Johnson
SOCIAL MATTERS
he Pompano Beach
Seafood Festival
captured huge
crowds with the help of perfect
lorida weather last month.
Evening revelers rocked on
the beach to the tunes of the
Supremes on
Friday and
Steppenwolf
on Saturday
night. Danc-
ing in the
sand, under a
magnificent
full moon,
contributed
to memo-
rable eve-
nings for all
in atten-
Lee Waldo and
dance. Sandy Johnson
This year,
The Pompano Chamber initi-
ated the first contest for the ven-
dors, and here are the winners.
Most Creative Menu
Items-Seafood World (How
about that succulent seared
tuna??)
Most Creative Booth--
Peas and Carrots
Most Creative Presenta-
tion -Festival Food-Fried
coconut shrimp in half a coco-
nut shell with cocktail sauce in
the middle.
Innumerable volunteers rep-
resenting local civic groups
staffed booths contributing their
time to help raise the funds that
will go to many of our local
charities. Thanks to John Good
and his committee for working
tirelessly all year long to make
this such a successful event!!


The Business and Professional
Women of Pompano Beach represen-
tatives TieashaRicketts and Sashanna
Davis collect funds from the chari-
ties' booths. These are the funds that
are later divided up among the 12
designated charities.


Retiring teacher Shirley Maus sells
tee shirts for the Pompano Beach Fish-
ing Rodeo. How will they manage
without you, Shirley?


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Lighthouse Point Commissioners Mike Long and Chip LaMarca along with Nick
Likourgou selling those tasty rum runners for the Pompano Beach Exchange
Club. Funds raised go to local charities including Broward Children's Center.


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Ely High School teachers Concepcion
LeDezina and Gayle Davis sell sodas
to support extra programs at the high
school.


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Boys and Girls Club of Pompano Beach members Havard Moton, Antione Cooper and Marquez Wimberly help to clear
mounds of refuse and recycling to help.


Thank you Washington Mutual and
their band of merry makers for their
major sponsorship of the Seafood Fes-
tival. They did a greatjob selling those
official festival tee shirts.


Pompano Proud volunteers Elsa Sanchez, Jane Brofee, Rick McKenzie, Joan Byrne, Barbara Rowe and Linda DuBois
serve up beverages on a sunny afternoon. Beautification projects will benefit from their funds.


Soroptimist International of Pompano Beach members Laura Seitz, Laraine
Schorr, and Judy Sullivan join with Lighthouse Mayor Fred Schorr counting
their loot from selling those delicious rum drinks. Profits go to Broward
Children's Center and HUGS for Kids.


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Pompano High School students Janelle Morgan, Jovan Martinez, Kristen Noe, and Jessica King sell sodas to benefit their
school's athletic programs.


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Fleet Week


Continuedfriom page 10

dark submarine below us.
This tour included the
narrow galley and dining
areas where crew members
eat in shifts due to lack of
space. The attack sub is small
enough that the crew "hot
bunks" slipping into a berth
just vacated by another sailor.
We were turned around just as
we were seeing those familiar
nuclear warning signs and
never had a chance to see the
nukes up close! It must take a
real seaman to spend up to 6
months under the water in
space that small!
Our Navel escort than lead
us over to the USS Bataan, an
amphibious assault ship that
has served in both the war in
Afghanistan and two tours in
Operation Iraqi Freedom. We
joined Captain Nora Tyson
for a celebrity-chef luncheon
with some of the leading
sponsors of Fleet Week. Our
security clearance won't let us
use names but we can tell you
that the meal itself was
wonderful. We visited with a
few of the 900 sailors aboard
the great ship and were
impressed with the pride they
take in serving our country.
Named after the famous
WWII Battle of Bataan, we
were inspired by the plaque
one views on going aboard.
"Let it be further known that
it is America's desire that this
mighty ship can achieve its


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Lighthouse Point COP Marine volunteer John Nestor, LHP Officer Kevin
Hancock, and COP Marine volunteer chairperson Bill Morgan take the LHP
police boat out for a daily patrol in the local canals. [Photo by Sandy Johnson]


intended purpose without
firing a single shot in anger."
Those dedicated sailors
took time out of their shore
leave to help out locally here
in Pompano. The Habitat for
Humanity homes being built
on NW 4th Street were moved
further along to completion by
several days of construction
support done the Navy way.
North Broward Medical
Center was also on their tour
where they visited with
patients.
Fleet Week ended and the
McDonald's "National Salute
to America's Heroes" Air and
Sea Show began.)
Our own Goodyear Blimp,
the "Stars and Stripes" opened
the air show, on Saturday,
piloted by local Tracy
Rockhold and again on
Sunday with Marti Chandler
at the helm. In our neck of the
woods we see these guys fly
almost every day but it's a big
thrill for the spectators on the


beach to see a blimp fly by
almost close enough to touch.
Pompano Beach Mayor
John Rayson took his 46-foot
Bertram, Casia, named for his
wife Kathy, in her family's
native Polish. With family
and friends on board, John
expertly brought the boat
home on one engine. Hope
it's a small problem; we love
seeing that beautiful boat in
the bay.
In addition to these
activities, historic naval ships

Continued on page 13


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Fleet Week
Continued form page 12

are located across our shores
for families and groups to
visit. Our group, Cub Scout
Pack 839, recently partici-
pated in the "live aboard"
program on the USS Lexing-
ton aircraft carrier in Corpus
Christi, Texas. The Lex, as
she is called, served with
distinction in the Pacific
Theater during World War II


and after being decommis-
sioned in 1991 now serves as
a living museum and proudly
displays her history for school
children year around.
We scurried through the
decks of the enormous ship as
we moved from one stirring
exhibit to the next.
Meals on metal trays in the
mess hall gave us a thrill and
taking to our bunks at the
sounds of taps being played
reminded us what a rare event
we were participating in.


The "extra" to be had on
board was to be assigned to
the fire watch squad. This
included a special tour of the
boat as we swept the decks to
assure all hands were in their
bunks and settled for the
night.
We enjoyed our free run of
the ship so much that we
didn't sleep more than a few
minutes that night.
If you have never slept on
an aircraft carrier, find a non-
profit youth group, talk their


leaders into this trip, take your
entire family and have an
unforgettable experience
together.
Live Aboard is available
on 23 historic naval ships,
including battleships, subma-
rines and other carriers around
the country.
For more information
contact the Historic Naval
Ships Association at
HNSA.org and locate a ship
in the area you are traveling
in.


Call The
Pompano
Pelcian and
Advertise your
Business.
(954)783-8700


ST. COLEMAN
Roman Catholic Church
1200 5 Federal Hwy
Pompano Beach
Saturday Evening Vigil:
4:30 pm 6-00 pm
Sunday Mass Schedule
7:30am 9:00 am 11:00 am
12:30 pm 6:00 pm
Weekdays: 7:00 am 8:00 am
Saturday: 8:00 am
954-942-3533


S St. Philip
Episcopal Church
6165 N.W. 15th Si. Pompano Beach
954-785-2437
Rcv.Lo cmorc Chlwhhi
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sunda)s 8 am.


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SA UNDAY MORNING SERVICE
AND EXPERIENCE A NEW BEGINNING
950 S. Cypress Road, Pompano Beach (954) 942-5330
DR. JOHN VAUGHN PASTOR




FIRST UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH
SUNDAY WORSHIP 8:15 A.M. & 10:45 A.M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:15 A.M
SUN. REAL TIME PRAISE & WORSHIP 9:30 A.M.
Nursery Available
210 N.E. 3RD STREET POMPANO BEACH
954-943-0404 FUMCPB@bellsouth.net
"A PURPOSE DRIVEN CHURCH"

Sunday Service Times

P PAI o B AC i Contemporary at 9:30 am
Frst ltis Churrch Traditional at I am
Bible Fellowship Groups
for all ages at
138 NE 1 St. 9:30 & 1 am
Pompano Beach, FL 33060
954-745-6100 "Reaching and Nurturing
www.fbcpompano.org All People for Christ."


SUNDAYS
Services: 8 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.
Nursery & Sunday School: 10:30 a.m.
Children's Service. Every 3rd Sunday
10:30 a.m.


WEEKDAY CHAPEL SERVICES
Morning Prayer & Communion:
Mon., Tues., Wed., 9 a.m.
Bible Study: Wed, 7 p.m.
Morning Prayer: Thur., 9 a.m.
Healing Service: Thur., Noon


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Sovereign Grace Community Church

"Restoration for the soul and spirit"

* Do you want to serve God wth all your heart, mind, and soul?
* Do you desire to grow in the Knowledge and Wisdom of God?

Answered yes to any of these question?
Call 954-290-1008

Begin Again With Jesus
Discipleship Bible Study: Wednesday 8 p.m.
Sermon: Determining God's Will For Your Life
Worship Times: Saturday 7 p.m.- 8 p.m.
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tO St. VIAcfiolaS Children s Programs 10 30 am
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Thrift Shop Hours: Thurs. 10-2pm
Sat. 10-lpm Sun. 12-pm Followed By Bible Study
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2190 S. E. Sixth St. in Pompano Beach
(6 Blocks So. of Atlantic 1/2 Bk. E. of Federal Hwy.)
Sunday Bible Study 9 a.m. / Worship 10 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Wednesday Bible Study 7 p.m. Frank Berry, Minister
Church (954) 941-3709 Res. (954) 776-7504
Practicing New Testament Christianity in Today's World


(954)943-3715
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Unrty Church of Pompano Beach. where love grows, affirms the presence of the Lord is in this place and in all places
and in all people. Knowing and accepting this, we embrace people of every race, every color every creed, and every
lifestyle, knowing that there are many paths to GOD, many names for GOD, many faces of GOD, but only one God;
and this GOD is expressing through all creation in many, many ways. We come together to expenence and express
the Chnst Spint that dwells within each of us.


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of Fort ". Lauderdale
Open \(' I Open
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A Center for Liberal Religious Values
and Social Action in Fort Lauderdale
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ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
3331 N.E. 10th Terrace Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


Saturday Evening Vigil: 4:30 pmn 6:01) pm (Spanish)
Sunday Mass Schedule: --3n am *.l:ul. am 1l0:30 am 12 Noon
\'ctckdays: 8.o0 ain 530 pm


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Green Market photography contest winners announced


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Local photographers
displayed their wares at last
week's Green Market. The
First Annual Photography
contest was based on four
themes: Green Market,
Historical, Youth Category
and General. Here are the
winners.
And don't forget the
Market moves this week to
Founders Park for a special
"Summer" market. Founders
Park is located on NE 2nd
Street, between 3rd and 4th
Avenues. Look for the Old
Fire Station and tennis
courts. Plenty of shade will


protect shoppers and vendors
from the South Florida sun
and heat. There's free parking
on the street and in the
parking lot at NE 4th Avenue
and 2nd Street.
This Saturday, the Sum-
mer Green Market will be
open from 8 a.m. to noon and
will feature McNab/DGM
Produce, The Orchid Doctor,
Capt. Norm's Seafood,
Grains of Olde, Teaphoria
and Pittelli's Gourmet
Coffees.
The Pompano Beach
Green Market is sponsored
by the Pompano Beach
Historical Society. for more
information, call 954-782-
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Green Market by Kyle MacDonald [First Place]


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Morning Colors by Alexander Escobar. [Second
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Marine


Pompano offers
lifeguard training
and baby-sitting
programs
The City of Pompano Beach
Parks and Recreation will offer two
new courses in the upcoming weeks.
Lifeguard Training will begin
May 9 and continue through May 13
from 4 to 9 p.m. On May 14 and 15,
times are from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and
on May 16 and 17 from 4 p.m to 8
p.m. Cost for the program is $75 for
residents and $80 for non-residents
plus $100 for the American Red
Cross certifications.
The certifications include: Life-
guard Training, Automated External
Defibrillation (AED), Oxygen
Administration, Preventing Disease
Transmission, and CPR for the
Professional Rescuer.
For more information contact the
SPompano Beach Aquatics Center at
954-786-4128 or the American Red
Cross at 954-797-3800.

Baby Sitting Course

The American Red Cross will
also offerIa "B'bysitter's Training"
course at Pompano Beach Highlands
Park, 1650 NE 50 Ct.
The course teaches children ages
10-15 babysitting skills.
Students will learn how to per-
form first aid, how to recognize
common safety hazards and prevent
injuries. Future babysitters will also
learn how to supervise children from
, infancy to school-age. children,
Basic care will also include
diapering, feeding, and dressing
children. The cost for the course is
$30. For more information call the
Pompano Beach Highlands Park at
954-363-3313.


The Pompano Pelican will
be closed for vacation from
May 30 to June 10. The
paper will not publish a June
3 and June 10 issue.


Pompano Beach Fishing Rodeo


will sport biggest prizes ever


Rodeo
Continued from page 1
the largest prize the Pompano
Beach Fishing Rodeo has offered
in its 40 years of competition.
The 40th Anniversary Grand
Prize is a trip for four anglers to
Sailfish Bay Lodge in Guatemala
City plus $1,500 cash toward the
airfare. The trip includes accom-
modations for three nights and two
days of fishing with all meals and
beverages included.
Anglers who reel in an eligible
fish over 15 pounds will enter a
drawing for the Grand Prize.
"The rodeo has a sterling repu-
tation as premier fishing event in
South Florida," says Patti Carr,
Rodeo executive director. "It's the
tour not to be missed. We have
quite a few anglers who come out
of state and the country to partici-
pate."
That's not something that
happened overnight. The first
tournament, 40 years ago, pro-
duced 79 anglers in 47 boats. This
year's number is expected to be
over 600 anglers and 200 boats.
The original tournament cash prize
in 1965 was $500 for the heaviest
fish.
Last May, 622 anglers fished on
203 boats and competed for more
than $70,000 in cash and another
$40,000 in merchandise.
While the Rodeo has become a
long-standing tradition in Pompano
Beach, one tradition comes to an
end this year. Carr, 54, has decided
to retire. She and her husband.
Vince. are moving to Hawaii, and
the Rodeo is being handed-off to
John Good, well-known for his
promotion of the Pompano Beach


Seafood Festival.
"John has been a committee
member and board member for
more than 25 years, and his heart is
in the Rodeo. He will continue all
the good things the Rodeo has done
like conservation and educational
programs we support," says Carr.
Since its inception, the Rodeo
has donated more than $700,000
to community programs. This
year's tournament will include the
Guy Harvey Research Institute,
Florida Atlantic University's Sea
Turtle Research Program and local
high schools.
SThe Pompano Beach Fishing
Rodeo is the largest saltwater sport
fishing tournament in South
Florida in terms of participation
and prize money.
Mercury Marine, the title
sponsor this year will pay $10,000
to the angler who catches the
heaviest fish overall. The second
and third fish brought in will be
worth $5,000 and $2,500 respec-
tively.
The Fishing Rodeo began in


1965 by the Pompano Beach
Chamber of Commerce as a means
to keep the winter tourists here
longer and boost the charter boat
business. It was incorporated as its
own non-profit corporation in
1978.
Festival-related activities begin
today with the Rotary Club "Bash
and Auction," sponsored by
Carrabba's Grill. The auction takes
place at St. Coleman's Church
Parish Hall, 1200 S. Federal
Highway.
The Captain's Meeting, May 19,
at the Sands Harbor Hotel and
Marina, 125 N. Riverside Drive, is
the kick-off to Friday's Rodeo.
On Friday and Saturday morn-
ing, boats will race from Hillsboro
Inlet to their favorite fishing holes.
The event is expected to attract
more than 10,000 spectators.
Registration for the Rodeo is
$235 per person. Fishing will take
place from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on
Friday and Saturday.
Registration is open through
May 19. Call 954-942-4513.


Pompano Beach Men's Golf Ass'n. (PBMGA)
Tournament- Weds., May 4,2005
Two Best Balls. Four Man Team. Net Score


1st Joe Perrotta, Bill Oakly, Dan Smith, C. D'Scott............... 112
2nd Jim Santucci, George Zarekas, Al Pagar ................... 113
3rd Charles MccMichael, Jim Hambrick, Tony Manganaro, Herb Knauff.
.... .. .... .. .. ..... ................... .. 117
4th Don Cassidy, Roger Chapman, Jim Gomesky, Max Barker .... .121
5th Paul Capece, Ray Kraemer, Bill Skerry, Gus DiGregoio .......121


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Date High Low
Friday 135AM
May 6,05 7:37AM35AM
Saturday
May 7, 05 8:19AM 2:21AM
Sunday
May 8, 05 9:00AM 3:04AM
Monday
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Blanche Ely

High

School

students

nominated

for Silver

Knight


awards


Twelve Blanche Ely High
School students were recog-
nized for academic achieve-
ment as nominees for the
2005 Silver Knight awards,
sponsored by the Miami
Herald. Of the twelve, Lydel
Wright received an honorable
mention for his work in
Foreign Languages, which
earned Wright a $1,500
scholarship. The nominee list
included:
Tammy Banh (Art),
Jairzinho Grant (Athletics),
Shauntay Parrish (Business),
Amanda Carter (English and
Literature), Lydel Wright
(Foreign Languages), Amirali
Valliani (General Scholar-
ship), Kenroy Walker (Jour-
nalism), Janice Dias (Math-
ematics), Timothy Holley
(Music), Nicollas Figueiredo
(Science), Natalie Williams
(Social Science), and Derika
Hunt (Speech).


Blanche Ely students recognized for abilities


in applying technology in solving problems


By Paul Proia
PELICAN NEWS
24 Blanche Ely students
joined over a million students
nationwide in the National
Science and Technology
Education Partnership's
virtual education program.
The program pairs students in
middle and high schools with
mentors in the technology
industry to help explore
careers and solve real world
problems. Much of the
research is done via the
internet.
"I got the idea to partici-
pate after attending a meeting
of technology industry
partners at Florida Atlantic
University", said Mark
Eyerman, a Biomedical
Engineering teacher. After
the meeting, I signed up the
very next day. We were the
only school in Broward
County to participate."
Eyerman's teams came up
with a number of interesting


ideas, including one team that
tried to contribute to making
the United States a cashless
society. "We came up with
the idea to make machines
easier for people who don't
always carry cash," said
senior Melissa Moodie. "We
thought we could hook up
small ATM like machines in
vending machines so that
people could use a credit card
or debit card to buy items."
Kristin Stewart said the
process helped her learn how
to take a basic technology and
make it solve complex
problems. "We started with
the ATM and expanded it to
include credit cards and
complex identification
systems."
At the end of the program,
teams were allowed to submit
concepts for consideration in
the first annual Gold Coast
Initiative TechXplore Compe-
tition.
Two Blanche Ely teams
were recognized for their


conceptual ideas. The Auto-
motive Transportation for the
Blind project discussed ways
of mixing sensors in the roads
and vehicles with Global
Positioning Systems (GPS)
that would allow sight-
impaired persons to drive
cars. Members of the team
included Cassandre Raphael,
Catherine Victor, Shenida
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A second team came up


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allow hospitalized patients to
administer their own medica-
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monitoring systems. This
team included Nkasano
Fullerton, Monique Rickman,
and Evan Simpson. The two
teams were selected to
represent the Gold Coast
Region in the TechExplore
competition and were recog-
nized for that achievement on
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Sports


Area student
athletes
honored by
Broward
County
Athletic
Association

Nine Pompano Beach
High School students and
four Blanche Ely High
School students were hon-
ored by the Broward County
Athletic Association at the
181 Annual Scholar/Athlete
Banquet, which was held at
the Signature Grand Hotel
on April 11.
Pompano Beach students
honored included Michael
Dent, Jessica King, Eric
Kuschel, Andrew LoRay,
lyan McCullen, Jared
Mitchell, Wayne Rokos,
Avital Smilovits, and
Khambrel Ward.
Blanche Ely students
honored included Jonathan
Baker, Tammy Banh, Nkosi
Dick, and Travis Williams.
- -Students were recognized for
talent and dedication on the
playing field as well as
excellence in the classroom.


Blanche Ely begins search for new football coach,

Greg McGirt named Interim Head Coach


By Paul Proia
PELICAN SPORTS
Greg McGirt began his
job as the interim head coach
of the Blanche Ely High
School football team follow-
ing the resignation of Willie
Snead last week.
Snead took the head
coach position at Glades
Central last week following
a one-year stint with
Blanche Ely that ended with
the Tigers losing in the
semifinals of the Florida
State 6A football champion-
ships.
Principal Dr. Sam
Scavella accepted Snead's
resignation, understanding
Snead's desire to return to
his home school. "He had
an offer he couldn't refuse -
his home town and home
school. He felt it was the
best move for him and his
family," said Scavella.
"You can't fault a guy for
that. They are getting a
great coach and we wish him
well." Scavella has a long
history with Snead, who was


Scavella's first college
roommate at the University
of Florida.
Scavella said McGirt is
an excellent selection for the
interim coaching role. "He
has a long history with the
school, having been on the
team through the champion-
ship runs in 2002 and 2004,"
said Scavella. "And, Greg
will be interviewing for the
position."
The process for finding
Snead's permanent replace-
ment has begun, and
Scavella says that he will put
together a panel of school
administrators, teachers, and
community members to
screen the resumes and
interview prospective
coaches. Scavella says that
his school's tradition means
that he has high standards
for a head coach.
"You look for a person
that has a track record of
success, a person with high
moral qualities, someone
that is extremely structured,
knows the game, but knows
the lessons of the game as


well," says Scavella. "You
want somebody that has
humanistic qualities -
someone who can build
relationships with the
students, staff, and commu-
nity. And, we're looking for
someone that wants to
continue a program that has


a history of success and
tradition of winning not at
all costs but winning with
class."
Meanwhile, McGirt will
be directing spring practices
throughout the month of
May and manage the Spring
Jamboree game on May 20.


The Pompano Beach High
School Golden Tornadoes
Football Team will hold a
Car Wash on Saturday, May
7 from 8 a.m -1 p.m. They
will be at a Citgo gas station
on the corner of 6th Street
and North Federal Highway,


in Pompano Beach. Sug-
gested donations are $5 for
cars and $7 for Vans and
SUVs, and the profits will
go to benefit the football
team. For more information
cantact the school at 754-
322-2000.


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Summer weather


adds lightning


risks to residents


Summer thunderstorms,
more common in the warmer
weather, require residents to
be aware of safety precau-
tions, according to the
National Weather Service.
Since 1959, 126 Florid-
ians have been killed by
lightning. That's 2.5 times
more than lightning-related
deaths in Texas in the same
period of time. Knowing
what to do before any sudden
storm may save lives. Here
are some ways to protect
yourself and your family:
If you hear thunder, you
are close enough to be struck
by lightning. Go to safe
shelter immediately in a
building or a car. Keep
windows closed and avoid
convertibles.


Unplug appliances and
avoid using the telephone or
any electrical appliances.
Turn off air condi-
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overload the compressor and
damages can result in
expensive repairs.
If you are in the woods,
take shelter under shorter
trees.
If you are boating or
swimming, get to land and
find shelter.
Squat low to the
ground. Make yourself the
smallest target possible.
If someone is struck by
lightning, call 9-1-1 imme-
diately.
Those who survive a
lightning strike are often left
with debilitating, life-long
injuries.


The Pompano Pelican will be closed for
vacation from May 30 to June 10. The paper
will not publish a June 3 and June 10 issue.


Pompano Chamber golf tourney set for

May 13 at Mighty Oaks course


The Greater Pompano
Beach Chamber of Com-
merce is preparing for its
23rd Annual* Spring Golf
Tournament* to be held on
Friday, May 13 on the
Mighty Oaks course, 3701
Oaks Club House Drive, at
Palm-Aire Country Club in
Pompano Beach.
Event registration will
begin at 11:45 am and the
actual tournament will start
at 1:00 PM. There will be an
Awards Dinner held in the
course clubhouse at 6:00
PM. If you wish to attend
only the dinner, the cost is
$20.00.
There will be three
different levels of entry fees;
Individual "Par" entry for
$125.00, Corporate
,AiiBirdie,Ai for a 4 person
team at $500.00 and a
Corporate ,AiEagle,Aii for
a 4 person team and tee or
green sign at $600.00. All of
the entry fees include the
green fee and cart, awards
dinner, plus a variety of
prizes for everyone. Corpo-
rate sign sponsorship is also
available for $150.00.


We are pleased to have
Coca-Cola as our non-
alcoholic beverage sponsor
and Gold Coast Beverage as
or Alcoholic beverage
sponsor. We also have Hole-
in-One sponsorships from
Pompano Lincoln Mercury
and Eddie Accardi Motors.
Other Corporate benefactors
are needed to donate prizes,
awards and gifts to help
make the event as successful
as in years past.
Participation in this
chamber fund raising event
is always a great opportunity
to join many chamber
members and others enjoy a


day of fun on the links while
helping to support chamber
sponsored activities during
the year.
For further information or
to register, please contact the

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2 tablespoons butter or
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2 cups (12-ounce package)
Nestl6 Toll House Semi-Sweet
Chocolate Morsels, divided
FILLING
2 packages (8 ounces each)
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1/4 cup Splenda Sugar Blend
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1 tablespoon vanilla extract
2 large eggs
2 tablespoons all-purpose
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3/4 cup Nestle Carnation
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1/2 cup sour cream
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Nutrition information per serving (1
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By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
My garden is like a plant
collage, with every conceiv-
able variety of vegetation
forming a vast network of
serendipity. So, quite often,
one of my little darlings will
surprise me with a burst of
unexpected bloom, delight-
ing my horticulturist heart.
This day it was my Coffee
plant.
A few years ago I
planted a true coffee, Coffea
arabica, native to South
Africa, and source of the
great coffee industry. It is a
beautiful well shaped plant,
with glossy, oval leaves and
the inch fragrant white
flowers cover the branches
like stars.
It prefers semi-shade to
shade, average water, and
grows well in South Florida,
reaching maybe 10 feet but.
slowly. The flowers will
form the berries/beans of the
trade, and can be roasted and
ground if you are the indus-
trious type.
This coffee is cousin to
our Florida native coffees,
known as the "wild coffees".
These plants are similar in
growth habits and require-
ments, and make excellent
foundation or understory
shrubs.
.There are 3 species


available. Psychotria
nervosa is the most widely
available, which will reach
5-6 feet or so and grows
quickly and tidily. Plant it in
your shady areas for glossy
foliage and lovely white
Flowers followed by berries,
i which attract birds. It would
Seven make a great informal
hedge under tall trees.
P. ligustrifolia, or dwarf
wild coffee is smaller in
stature, reaching only 3-4
feet and perfect for founda-
tion plantings around the
north and east sides of the
house, or under other trees.
The last variety is known as
dull leaf coffee, P. sulzneri,
which I think is a terrible
name and almost put me off
completely, until I saw how
attractive the bluish/green
color of the foliage is,
especially in contrast to
other shrubs. The flowers of
all three exude a wonder-
fully woodsy scent and any
of these coffees would be an
asset to the landscape,
lending beauty and practical-
ity both.
Coffee anyone?
Readers may write
Donna at
dorinasgardengate.com or
call 954-783-GATE. Garden
Gate is located at Sears in
the Citi Centre.


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The First Methodist,
217 NE 3 St., Pompano
Beach will hold an An-
tique and Collectible Flea
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14 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. The market will fea-
ture old and new items,
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more.
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privileges. Phone. Cable. W/D.
Pool. $100/Wk. Utilities Inc. Near
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UPSTAIRS APT. Above coffee
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Firt Floor NW Corner.
Rfvated. Emmaculate. All
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Util.. $350/Dep. Call 1-207-351-
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Island club 2/2 9th Floor.
Southern exposure. Great view.
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AIRPORT RIDES Affordable-
Reliable. Luxury Sedan- Service
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COMPUTER REPAIR Help.
Certified Technician. All
Problems. Freezing, Etc. Home
Networking. Virus Problems. Call
Now 954-971-5939.
RELIABLE DRIVER available
five afternoons. Light house
keeping. 954-781-1162.
TOO MANY REMOTES? HOME
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CONTROL? GET UNDER
CONTROL!! Call Joe at 954-
428-3250 5/20
THE COMPUTER HELPER.
Pickup and Deliver, Repair and
Configure, Setup and Explain
Windows and Macs. Unlimited
Free Phone Support. Jim 954-
946-2999 12/31


HELP WANTED
FRONT DESK F/T Position at
Beach Resort. Weekends. Cross
Training. Good People.
Computer, Organizational Skills
A Must. Fax Resume 954-786-
0314.


LIGHTHOUSE POINT HAIR
SALON needs hair stylist with
following and man ;urist. Call
ee-1-45-3132. 5/27.
JOB OPPORTUNITY for
Maintenance Person. House
Keeper, Desk Clerk. Call 954-
943-0920. 5/13
P/T work inside or as delivery
person for take-out restaurant.
Good hours $$$$. Retired?
O.K. Est. 13 years. 954-383-
2987 IN PERSON
LOCAL AD DESIGN FIRM
seeking mature individual to
handle invoicing, estimating,
light bookkeeping and phones.
P/T 10 to 2 Must be
professional. Call 954-783-
0733.
INSIDE SALES HELP
NEEDE bFOR FLOORING
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HELPFUL, B-r NOT
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RIGHT PERSON. VERY
GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR
THE RIGHT PERSON. CALL
954-784-0809. 6/01
WAITRESS/WAITER. Small
Diner. Pompano Beach. F/T 6
a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 954-942-
4390. 5/20
BEAUTY SALON Beauty
Revitalize Salon and Spa. Full
Service. Hair Stylist, Nail Tech
and Barber. Rent chair or work
by commission, Call 954- 972-
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ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT Must know
Microsoft Office. Approximately
16 hours a week. Fax resume
to 954-972-7120 or call Nancy
at 954-972-5164. 5/27


FINANCIAL
IF YOU SOLD YOUR
PROPERTY and are receiving
payments on a mortgage, I will
buy that mortgage for cash!.
Call Mr. S. 954-817-8924.
SAVE YOUR HOME Facing
foreclosure? Let us try to help
you retain ownership and stay
in your home. Call 954-427-
1778


MORTGAGES
SAVE YOUR HOME Facing
foreclosure? Let us try to help
you retain ownership and stay
in your home. Call 954-427-
1778
Commercial-Residential
None too large. Bad Credit?
Banks say no. We say yes.
Nationwide. Ask for Joan.
Crusader Commercial
Corporation. 954-597-1510.


SENIOR HOMEOWNERS -
GET CASH NOW! New Gov't
program releases your equity..
.but you NEVER MAKE
MONTHLY PAYMENTS!Home
remains YOURS! Call for
details. 954-956-7550 (Ask for
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FURNITURE FOR
SALE
Stone!Wall Unit $399. Stone
Fire Place $399. Marble Fire
Place $899. Stone Bar $499.
Stod/e Bedroom Set $899. Call
954-717-8659. 5/27


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neliaole woman Seeks Job To SAAB 900 SE 1997. Four-door
Care For Your Loved One. Lots Hatchback. 60 Kmi. Extended
of TLC. Drives. Call 954-985- warranty through 81K mi. All
0587 or954-793-0715 *5/04/ power options. RED-BLK.
Leather. New tires. Real "Cream
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BUSINESS 1973 Mercury Cougar XR-7.
OPPORTUNITIES Partly restored. One owner. Will
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COOL STUFF Barber Chair-
good condition but hydraulic lift
not working. Beer advertising
trays, sports stuff, Beanie
Babies, Bowling pins. Call Rich
954-829-0184.
TORO WEEDWACKER Used
Twice. $15. Hedge Trimmer and
cord $10, Microwave Table $10.
Gas Grill w/Cover. $15. Cat Self-
Cloaning Littor Box. Brand New.
$50. Call 954-421-6509.
CUSTOM MUG EQUIPMENT-
Sublimation process not decals.
300 + Mugs printed with muscle
cars, pets, military and sports.
Several dozen unprinted mugs.
Three color trays and reverse
image processor. Some
supplies. Must Sell. Call Rich
954-829-0184.
ANTIQUES Shaker Style
Welsh China Cabinet. Shaker
Style dry sink, 2 End Tables. 1
Combo file/drop leaf table. 2
50s era small lamps, plus much
more. Call Rich 954-829-0184.
GOLF CLUBS- Several brand
new full sets. $50 each. New
Drivers, Wedges and putters.
$20 each. New Junior Irons $5
each. New Men's and Womens
Left hand $50 each. Call Marty
954-695-8737 -5/13


PERSONALS
LOCAL RETIRED NURSE
would like to meet gentleman
60 to 70 for lunches, dinners
and race track. Reply to Box
2023, Pompano Beach, FL
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Good Furnit.
Antiques, Col-
lectibles, Toys, Tools,
Misc.
Call Marty 954-695-
8737 5/13
NICE OLD things wanted.
Watches, Fountain pens,
College/High School Rings.
Other Jewelry, medals,
cameras, arts, design classics.
Call Dirk 754-214-0006..


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