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August 5,2005 Pompano Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea


Volume XII, Issue 78


Tel 94-73-700 o ne oo' o.6 0 0 ads lso


Beach to get new
lifeguard
pavilions

Pompano Beach Commissioners
approved a bid for six standard type
pavilion structures from Coastal
Contracting in the amount of
$247,810. The company will demol-
C2;h some of the concrete slabs on the
each and replace old life guard
stations with models selected by the
commission.
Brummer opens
2006 campaign
account for
District 5
Pompano Beach Commissioner
George Brummer, District 5, has
opened his campaign for March
2006.
Brummer was elected to the
District 5 seat in a special election
held in June 2003, called after the
death of Vice Mayor Herb Skolnick.
"I wanted to let the people know
early that I plan to run for reelec-
tion," said Brummer from his home
in Palm Aire. He noted that with the
Pompano Beach commission on a
month-long vacation, he has time to
plan his campaign and talk with his
constituents.


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The Barefoot
Mailman will be
part of the next .
Lighthouse tour..'
See page 3 4


New Pompano

library opens

in time for

school year
By Fernanda Medici
PELICAN WRITER
The modern bright blue building at
the center of Apollo Park in Pompano
Beach has opened its doors to all the
children and adults seeking books,

Continued on page 7

Lighthouse

tour set for

Aug. 13

By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
The Aug. 13 tour of the Hillsboro
Lighthouse will offer visitors a rare
view of one of the Coast Guard
cottages.
The tour, sponsored by the Hills-
boro Lighthouse Preservation Society,
or HLPS, will take visitors by shuttle
bus from the city parking lot, located
Continued on page 3


*Horses and the Handicapped program plans

volunteer training session at Tradewinds Park


The national H&H
programs place
physically, emotionally
and mentally
challenged people on
horseback to build
muscles and confidence
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

It started in 1981 when some
women from a Deerfield Soroptimist
club joined with the Davie Kiwanis
members to see how Horses and the
Handicapped worked for the Palm
Beach County area.


They thought the program was
needed in Broward County. The
beginnings were simple. They threw
ropes around trees so the horses would
walk in a circle serving handicapped
individuals on Saturdays at a park in
Delray Beach.
Later in 1988, Broward officials
gave the group space at Tradewinds
Park.
In 2003, Ray Wolowicz opened a
letter from a parent.
This retired banker, Kiwanis
official and now executive director of
H&H cried.
The letter was from Sara's "dad."
Sara, 14, was a victim of pervasive
developmental disabilities since her
birth. She could neither walk nor talk.

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Fernanda Medici
PELICAN WRITERS
Two Portuguese
firefighters are visiting
Florida on an international
mission of observance.
"For us it's important to
learn what other countries do
differently and also share
what we know," said Simao
Velez, second degree fire
chief from Ponte de Sor in the
south of Portugal.
Velez and Hugo Morgado,
a third class fireman, are
visiting Lighthouse Point for
fifteen days at their own
expense. Last May, Velez
wrote a letter to the fire
department asking permission
to observe "the daily life of arl
American fireman."
Lighthouse Point Fire
Chief David Harlow was
interested in meeting them
and sharing experiences.
"We are hoping to gain
knowledge of the different
ways of fighting fires and
meeting new friends," Velez
said.
Velez and Morgado have
also been on an international
peace mission in East Timor,
Asia. After East Timor
declared independence from
Portugal, Indonesia invaded
the country making it their
province. In two decades of
fighting, almost 250 thousand
people died. Portugal was
among the countries that were
sent to East Timor in a
peacekeeping force.
"When we were sent there
to help, we understood how
international missions are
important," said Velez.
The U.S. trip is their
second international adven-
ture. They are planning to
visit England next.
Velez explained that in
Europe, firefighters are not
required to be paramedics,
because doctors and nurses
are the ones who respond to
emergency calls. Velez and
Morgado specialize in forest
fires and dive rescue.
"Dive rescue is mainly
extracting cadavers from the
water," Morgado said. "There
are four of us in our town."
Velez and Harlow com-
pared the different amount of
firefighters in a large county.
"For a town the size of
Broward County, we would
only have one fire depart-
ment," Velez said.
Broward County has over
one hundred fire depart-
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Another main difference


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Lighthouse
Continued from page 1

one block north of East
Atlantic Boulevard on River-
side Drive.
In addition to the cottage
tour, visitors will see the mini
museum that houses artwork
and historic photographs of
ghips that have wrecked off
e coast of Pompano Beach.
The statue of Ed Hamilton
[1885 to 1892], the Barefoot
Mailman, who died while
attempting to swim the
Hillsboro Inlet, stands just
west of the lighthouse.
Hamilton's death has never
been resolved. It is thought
that a stranger used his small
boat to cross the inlet, forcing
Hamilton to swim in the shark
and alligator infested waters
to retrieve it. His body was
Ever found. Visitors will be
vited to walk up the 175
steps to view the vista where
former lighthouse keepers
scanned the Atlantic Ocean
for years.
Tours are open only to
HLPS members in good


standing due to insurance
requirements.
Membership signups will
be open the day of the tour to
all who want to join and take
the tour. The tax-deductible
dues are $25 for individuals;
$35 for families; $50 for
business or organization
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Small cottages dating back to the '40s serve as "Rest and Recuperation" spots for
Coast Guard officials. This will be the first time visitors will be allowed inside
the cottage. The Barefoot Mailman statue on the grounds, is a reminder to natives
newcomers of the tragic tale when the Hamilton lost his life in the Hillsboro Inlet
trying to retrieve his small boat, moored on the opposite shore. Visitors will also
note the markers protecting turtle nests symbolizing the high regard people have
for this endangered species.


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The shuttle bus begins at 9
a.m. and will run until 3 p.m.
Visitors who use the city
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For more information, call
954-942-2102 or visit
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Love of Pompano's history, and remembering her


own, motivates this Kester Cottage docent


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
A tour of Kester Cottages
is a trip back into the early
'40s and if Eldes Whitsett is
the guide, each item of
furniture, every wall hanging
and appointment brings forth
another wonderful, shared
memory. Too few Pompano
residents realize that the
history of their city sits in
beautifully landscaped
Founder's Park, located at
Second Street and Fourth
Avenue. Tucked among the
lush greenery and rich shade
trees are two Kester Cottages,
fully furnished with '30s and
'40s furniture and memora-
bilia. The park is also the
home of the Pompano Beach
Historical Society and the
original authentically
equipped fire station, includ-
ing the city's first, fully
restored fire truck.
The Kester family donated
the two cottages to the
Historical Society in 1974.
They are now fully restored
museums, thanks to years of
effort on the part of dedicated
Society members. Furnish-
ings, contributed by Pompano
pioneers and local historians,
reflect the lifestyles of that


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period. Whitsett is one of the
dedicated docents who has
conducted tours of the houses
for many years.
"If we were to give Eldes
credit for everything she has
done for the Historical
Society, it would take the
entire issue of the Pelican,"
says Historical Society
Executive Director, Dan
Hobby.
Born in Pompano in 1928,
Whitsett has lived most of her
life right here. "Paul and I still
live in the exact location
where I was born," she says.
"It may surprise people to
know that most farm families


Eldes Whitsett and her husband, Paul, are right at home in the Kester Cottages where so many treasures have been donated
by pioneer families of Pompano Beach. [Below] Heaven Garner, granddaughter of City Historian Bud Garner, repositions
the furniture in the Kester Cottage Dollhouse, donated by E.P. Egerton. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]
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Eldes calls attention to the floor model
radio from the '30s which comes from
her own family home. She says she
enjoyed listening to the Grand 01'
Opry as a child.

W illiam

Kester, a
local
banker and real estate
agent, commissioned
and constructed over
100 cottages in Pom-
pano Beach and Deer-
field as vacation rentals
in the 1930s. Each
cottage cost about $950
and rented for about
$29 a month. In 1974,
the Kester family
donated two cottages to
the Historical Society.

steel ice tongs held his big
block of ice which filled the
metal lined chest. The stove
holds a collection of white
enameled pots and pans. The
table, chairs, dishes and
glasses all bring back memo-
ries of long ago homes. The
beds are covered with hand
quilted bedspreads. The brush
and hand mirror set on the
mirrored dresser brings back
memories to many.
Not long ago, Eldes had a
visitor who had actually lived
in a Kester beach cottage

Continued on page 5


S

Heaven Garner arranges furniture in the doll house at the cottage.


lived in town. Farmers like
my Dad, went off to the farm
before dawn and didn't return
until long after the sun set.
During the farming season,
we would often take dinner
out to the farm where Dad
would be cooking huge pots
of fish chowder or stews for
us and all of the hired hands.
In the summer, which was
maintenance time, families
became reacquainted with
their farmers who could spend
more time, at home."
As Eldes leads visitors
through the houses, the most
frequent comment she hears is
"Will you look at that. My
grandmother had one just like
it." She laughs and says,


"These are happy houses.
They trigger memories for
everyone."
She calls attention to the
mahogany, floor model radio
from the '30s which com-
mands a prominent spot in the
living room. "That's from my
family home. I remember
sitting on the floor with Uncle
Willie who sat in a rocker
while we listened to the
Grand 01' Opry."
A mannequin stands in the
living room, dressed for a ball
in the finery of the '20s. The
kitchen is appointed with
authentic items. There's a
toaster with opening side
flaps. A handsome ice chest
awaits the ice man. The large


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Whitsett
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during WW 11 with her young
husband, a second Lt. who
was in the service. She
recalled a generous Mr.
Kester who was their land-
lord. "He accepted my
husband's housing stipend
which was very, very little for
the month's rent. Because of
*his kindness, we had a place
to live for almost a year."
Another Pompano resi-
dent, Opal Menius, remem-
bers her five years of living in
a Kester Cottage. "I was a
young, single teacher who
came to Pompano Beach in
1957. Because I was allergic
to ragweed, my doctor
advised Ocean breezes to
keep the pollen away. I was
thrilled to find a Kester
Cottage, just off the beach at
15th street. It was primitive
*living, with neither air condi-
tioning nor heat. It had a tiny
bedroom, kitchen, living room
and porch. I lived in it for
five years because the rent,
$50 a month, was as much as
I could manage on my
teacher's salary."
Eldes gets a kick out of
Opal's recollections. "Opal
Menius was our son's
teacher," she says. "When she
visited these restored cottages,
she laughed and said, "My
little cottage was not half as
nice."
Preserving history comes
naturally to Eldes and her
husband Paul whom she met
while attending Stetson
University in Deland, Florida.
"Paul had just been dis-
charged from the Navy. We
married six years later and
have a son, a daughter and
one granddaughter. I taught
elementary school in Deer-.
field and Pompano for 34
years, with a few years off
when I was a stay at home
* mother of young children."
Except for one year in
Georgia, the Whitsetts have
always lived in Pompano.
Paul reminds readers, "It
was Pompano until 1947
when the city incorporated the
Beach and only then did our
city become Pompano
Beach."
Eldes smiles. "I went to
Pompano Elementary and
graduated from Rompano
High School. I'm proud to be
a 'Bean Picker.' I was always
Sa picture collector. My
collections are now in the
hands of the Historical
Society. I guess I became
involved in the Society in the
80s when our children were in
college. About then, these
cottages were moved here
from the Pompano Canal."
When she dusts, sweeps,


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This mannequin is dressed for aball as
she waits in a Kester Cottage for her
evening's escort.

and gently handles the
treasures inside the cottages,
she is filled with memories of
the donors, with whom she
has shared a lifetime in
Pompano. "I've been one of
the docents here for 10 to 20
years. The houses are open to
the public every Saturday
from 9 a.m. until noon.
Private tours for clubs, school
groups, and service organiza-
tions can be arranged. It's fun
to take children on tour
because so many of the
gadgets are different from the
ones they know. They all
want to know where the
television set is."
Eldes's favorite item in
the cottages is a wall hanging
of baling wire which holds
hundreds of old prescriptions
written by Dr. McClellan to
Mr. Hamilton's drug store.
"At least one of those pre-
scriptions has to have been
prescribed for a member of
my family. I don't dare touch
them because they would
disintegrate," she says.
Why have she and Paul
volunteered in historical -
preservation efforts for so
many years? She smiles her
warm smile and with a soft
laugh repeats an old adage, "If
you don't know where you
have been, you won't know
where you are going."
Thank you, Eldes, for
making yesterday part of
today!
Kester Cottages are open
to the public every Saturday
morning. For special arrange-
ments, contact Dan Hobby,
Executive Director of the
Pompano Beach Historical
Society, 954-786-4047.


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The newspaper of Pompano Beach, Lighthouse Point and Lauderdale-By-The Sea
ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 78
Founding Editor and Publisher
Anne Hanby Siren

Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
Bookkeeper: Dottie Hilborn
Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
Donna Torrey, Joseph Pittelli, Sandy Johnson, Lee Waldo, Fernanda Medici
Account Executives: Paul Shroads and Marianne Miccoli
Special Office Assistant: Cathy Siren
The Pompano Pelican is published weekly on Fridays
Street Address: 1500-A E. Atlantic Blvd., Pompano Beach, FL 33060
Telephone: 954/783-8700 Fax: 954/783-0093
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Beach group says city must

improve dialogue before

making decisions

To the Editor:
Over 100 concerned residents gathered at the Pompano Pier on July
25 to voice their ideas, concerns and frustrations regarding Pompano's
beach.
Participants came from across the city, from condos and
homeowners associations, business and civic groups.
The ad hoc group, led by Barbara Gordon and Keith Mizell, listed
need for change, improved communications, increased citizen involve-
ment, and redevelopment of the beach/pier/parking lot as major areas
of concern.
There was strongly voiced frustration over the fact that the City
administration had included neither the Parks and Recreation nor the
East CRA Advisory Bards in the planning process for the picnic pavil-
ions on the beach.
The pavilions will replace the shelters torn down because of mainte-
nance problems.
Participants angrily urged commissioner Kay McGinn, who was
present, to pull the item concerning purchase orders from the new
pavilions from the consent agenda at the following night's City Com-
mission meeting so that the voice of the community might be heard.
Areas of specific action, which are proposed, include law enforce-
ment on the beach, the homeless living on the beach, condition of
plantings or beachscape in general, and the planning process for rede-
velopment of the fishing pier.
At a follow up session on Aug. 8, Major Lightbourne, Commander
of the Pompano Beach branch of BSO, will meet the residents to hear
concerns, share ideas and develop solutions to the issues presented.
Methods of ensuring resident input into the pier redevelopment will
also be discussed.
The follow up session will be held at the Pompano Pier on Monday,
Aug. 8 at 7 p.m. For information call 954-784-5470 or
ourpompanobeach@msn.com

Barbara Gordon



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Norcrest Elementary School will host its Back to School Open House,
Aug. 7 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. at the school, 3951 NE 16 Ave., Pompano
Beach. School starts at 8 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 8
The school will serve breakfast at 7:30 a.m. in the cafeteria. Parents are
asked to used the west or south gates only for drop-offs.
The north gate will be accessible to walkers and buses only..For more
information, call 754-322-7250.


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By Joyce Tarnow


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN

With the death of King Fahd of Saudi Arabia the
skittish petroleum market immediately hit $62 a
barrel for crude oil. It was only weeks ago that $50 a
barrel was sending prices at the gas pump soaring. Of
course SUV and Hummer drivers took the worst hit
but so did the drivers of more fuel efficient models
share the pain. Did any of them ever hear about peak
oil or consider the finite amounts of fossil fuels the
planet has to offer?


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Many who consider themselves environmentalists suffer the same cogni-
tive paralysis as the rest of society. Americans by and large live in a fairy
tale of endless consumption. Year after year polls show that environmental
concerns rate well below jobs, health issues and education. Yet all of these
are inextricably based on what is happening in the environment.
Back in 1972 we were paying somewhere around 76 cents a gallon for
gas and then there was an oil shortage. Lines at gas stations grew long while
tempers grew short.
Wouldn't you think that Washington would have looked into the future
and accepted the reality that supply and demand sets prices, and that fossil
fuels can only be extracted not regenerated?
Instead of CAFE standards that would require more fuel efficient com-
bustion engines, Detroit gave us bigger, heavier and faster automobiles.
And the American public went along, although some of us bought Hondas
and Toyotas.
Meanwhile the Bush Administration is denying global warming brought
on primarily by the burning of fossil fuels in our autos and in our power
plants.
Pollution controls are watered down to keep corporate America happy
while our unguarded borders allow millions of illegal immigrants to add
their numbers to our excessive consumption lifestyles.
In 1970 a remarkable study was published called "The Limits to Growth"
authored by Dennis and Donnella Meadows. World population was just
under 4 billion. Computer generated models of resource use and waste
generation spit out future scenarios based on increasing demand by a grow-
ing U.S. and world population.
The forecast was for tough times ahead if resource consumption and
population growth were not significantly reduced. In 1972 the world's
population and economy were still within the planet's carrying capacity.
Not true today.
From the 1980s onward human demand exceeded the earth's carrying
capacity overshooting it by some 20 percent in 1999 according to the Living
Planet Report.
A 30-year update of "The Limits to Growth" has recently been published
and the 12 scenarios projected range from dire to possible sustainability.
The world population today is more than 6.3 billion. Loss of agricultural
land for growing food, available water, fisheries decline, sea level rise, all of
these are reported by the media and in science journals but little policy is
based on their safeguards.
According to the computer models, the peak for oil production will occur
probably within the next decade. Peak gas production certainly in the next
50 years.
These future shortages have been consistently confirmed in one study
after another. How will farmers run their tractors, the semis transport the
food? How will we generate electricity to heat and cool our homes? What
will we use to run the pumps to bring up water from rapidly dropping water
tables?
A close to home example of the shortsightedness of our professional
planners and policy makers is the resort to desalination plants to supplement
our overdrawn water table. What will they use to run the engines to process
the water?
Florida's population growth increased 4.7 percent from 2003 to 2004. By
the rule of 70 that rate of growth will double our population in just under 15
years. U.S. population growth from 2003 to 2004 was 3.8%, a doubling
time of 18 years.
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Library

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computer games, and DVD's.
The rooms and sections
hum with children chattering
and playing around the
computers, study tables, and
bookshelves.
The aroma of new books
fills the air.
The walls are decked with
pictures of celebrities. Under
their photos, the children read
their message, "Read."
The chatting and giggling
is nonstop. Librarian Darcia
Scates, tries to shoosh the
children one more time.
Scates said the children
come mostly for the 22
computers the new library
offers with games and educa-
tional sites, but some of them
come for the books.
The most popular are the
Harry Potter series and
Goosebumps.
Berdith Lebrun, 11, and
her brother, Johnny Lebrun, 8,
come for more than just the
computers.
"I come here to get DVD's
like Garfield," Berdith said.
"Also books like There is a
Monster Under My Bed."
"I don't like the comput-
ers. I come to read books, and
this is my favorite," said
Johnny holding up a copy of
The Tale of Peter Rabbit.
The newly constructed $2
million Northwest Library
opened July 19.
Rebuilt on the same
location as the older, smaller
library, former patrons are
finding it was worth the five-
month wait during the con-
struction period.
"Oh, they love it and we
are all so proud. We went
from 4,000 square feet to
10,000. All of the inventory
has been doubled," said
Rhonda Walker, who has
served as head librarian for
five years.
And after the grand
opening thrills settle down,
Walker looks forward to
numerous events, many of
them planned with the Friends
of the Library group, a
volunteer organization of
residents who support the
library.
Next week the library
starts an after school program
for children, from 2 to 5 p.m.,
Monday through Friday,
* where they can use computers
and find local volunteer tutors
to assist them with math,
reading and other homework.
Other activities will include
arts and crafts and bilingual
story telling.
"We have a lot of Spanish
speaking children in the
neighborhood, and I know if
we advertise, they will all
come in," Walker said.


Larkins, was happy with the
library, but expressed concern
about its name. "I'm disap-
pointed with the name 'North-
west Library'. We are trying
to get away from that name.
There are plenty of people we
could honor [with a name]."
Other events and activities
can be found on the website
www.broward.org/library or
for more information about
the Northwest Branch or
Friends of the Library, call
954-786-2186.


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Additionally, there are
activities for adults, like grant
writing workshops, creative
writing workshops and SAT
preparation classes.
Walker proudly talks about
an annual party organized by
the library called "Blues &
Sweet Potato Pie." The event
is an inter-generational


program that commemorates
the end of slavery in America.
Children, parents and grand-
parents dress in early 19th
Century costumes. People ,
from the community contrib-
ute arts and craft that come
that represent that period in
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The Eldorado Building at 3170
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almost a landmark; it is also one of
the most successful office buildings
in the area.
Jeremy S. Larkin, President of
NAI Miami, says, "Over 50 percent
of our tenants have been here over
10 years. Two or three have been in
the building for over 30 years. We
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dentists, CPAs, insurance agents,
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standard office suites ranging from
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this building.
Larkin goes on to explain the
versatility of service and space
available in the building. "We offer
three kinds of space to people who
want to run their business locally,"
he says, listing the options.
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Frank W. Schlageter, pension and
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Mercedes F. Lizotte is the on site building manager.


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try not to relocate even in the same
building. We have seen statistics that
indicate every office change made
by doctors costs them 10 to 20
percent of their patients."
"We're full service managers,"
Larkin says, "which means we
maintain the entire building for
tenants so that they can focus their
energy on running their businesses.
Eldorado, formerly owned by Dr.
Redd, was purchased by Tomato's, a
group of investors, in 1998. Two of
the major investors are in the tomato
processing business; hence the name.
Mercedes F. Lizotte is the on site
manager for NAI Miami, a full
service, commercial real estate firm
which manages, leases, buys, sells,
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commercial real estate.
Larkin says, "Our expertise is in
shopping centers and office build-
ings. The Eldorado is our most
northern property, but we are ex-
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She rides a horse with the.
help of side walkers and a
leader. Beneath her riding
pants, she wears braces to
keep her legs straight.
For three years, Waffle,
Sara's horse, was prompted
with the words, "Walk on
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That's when Sara's ride
begins.
But two years ago, Sara
beat her volunteers to the
command.
Her dad was taking the
wheelchair back to the car
when he heard Sara speak for
the first time in her life.
"Waffle, walk on."
Recently, wrote her dad,
Sara spoke. "Walk on
Waffle," she voiced. Not
once, but three times.
SHer dad writes, "These are
the moments that bring tears
to our eyes as we re-live them
over and over."
The clients of H&H are of
various ages and handicaps,
but when they mount their
trained horses, for a brief
time, they look like any other
equine rider out for a day of
trails and riding.
"It's the magic." he adds.
"Let me tell you about Molly.
When she came, she needed
two side walkers and a horse
handler. She just became an
independent rider. I went to
her graduation. She's off to
college in Tampa."
Ray recounts when he
heard of the H&H program. It
was through a speaker at a
Kiwanis Club meeting. The
young man told of his experi-
ence with H&H.
"He had cerebral palsy.
His speech was slurred. He
had difficulty walking. We all
felt sorry for him," Wolowicz
said.
But as the young man told
his story of his recent gradua-
tion from Barry University
and his present equestrian
competitions with able-bodied
riders, he attributed all of his
successes to H&H.
"There wasn't a dry eye in
the room," said Wolowicz.
"When it was over, I asked
the member who had gotten
this young man to 'point me
in that direction. I want to get
involved.'"
In 1991, Wolowicz began
as a side walker, a person who
walks in a horse ring along-
side the student for stability.
The ring accommodates up
to four horses with their riders
and volunteers.
"Some students require
one-on-one sessions," he
adds.
And then there's the
magic. That's what keeps
volunteers loyal to this


organization.
Something physiological
occurs on the back of a horse
that changes the lives of these
riders.
It happens with the move-
ment of the haunches, or
backside of the horse. The
rear movement of the horse's
legs and back move the same
way the rider's body would if
he or she could walk. The
horse's movement and the
warmth of its body exercise
the rider's muscles that would
normally be exercised while
simply walking.
"We have a waiting list,
and we need volunteers to get
those students off the list. We
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It is the waiting list that
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Classes take place Mon-
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The program fee is $200
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20 percent pay that fee," says
Wolowicz. "But that fee does
not cover the cost. We require
additional funding."
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SOCIAL MATTERS


The heat of summer has put the fire under volunteers


who continue to make their communities even better


By Sandy Johnson and
Lee Waldo
SOCIAL MATTERS

his week we are
highlighting the
Women's Club of
Lighthouse Point. Com-
prised of a group of over 225
ladies, they gather on the last
Thursday of the month for
lunch and a program at the
Lighthouse Point Yacht Club.
Organized in 1975, the
ladies are excited about this
being their 30th anniversary
year. The club is a combina-
tion of social intermingling
and
fundraising

promote and
enhance the
community
Monthly
programs
run the
gamut from ,
educational
to pure
entertain-
ment. The Lee Waldo and
club has Sandy Johnson
two main
fundraisers: the Murder
Mystery Event and the
Annual Spring Fashion Show.
They contribute 50 percent of
their proceeds to Lighthouse
Point organizations such as
the Fire Rescue and the Police
Department. Florida Humane
Society, Broward Children's
Center, Broward Meals on
Wheels, St. Lawrence Chapel
and NE Focal Point are some
of the recipients of the
remaining funds.
We attended their meeting
at the Lighthouse Point Yacht
Club last week. President
Sharyl Jennaro, just off the
plane from a visit to Chicago,
welcomed everyone to the get
together. Program Chair
Taryn Palo outdid herself
with her choice of the Galaxy
Quartet. This group of four
local gals sang tunes from all
our pasts. Show tunes, doo-
wop, old TV program Hit
Parade music, Glenn Miller,
Mitch Miller and the like.
There was plenty of foot
tapping and mouthing of the
words from the ladies in the
audience. Their rendition of
New York, New York made me
want to jump out of my seat


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Lighthouse Point Saltwater Sportsman
Association members Don Euston and
Mike Cohen hold up some"bugs" to
be cooked and devoured by club mem-
bers and guests!!


and start kicking my heels up!
An interesting quote from the
invocation was memorable.
"There are no strangers, only
new friends that you haven't
met yet."
Since this is the club's 30'h
birthday year, the ladies are
trying to outdo themselves
with fundraisers. Their
Murder Mystery evening is
the first one on tap for Octo-
ber 20 which should tickle
both your sleuthing skills and
your sense of humor. The
suspects of the crime will all.
be dressed as famous stars
circa 1960's. Your fearless
reporter is going to be Judy
Garland and hopes that she
will not be guilty of the
heinous crime! After all, if
convicted, who would take
care of Toto? For information
contact Sandy Hecht 954-
941-9972. Pati Ryder, 954-
946-3855.

he Pompano
Beach Exchange
Club held its
annual installation dinner at
Brooks Restaurant. Outgoing
President Layne Heise
officially passed the gavel to
new President Larry
Crismond. Vice-President
Chip North and Secretary
Chip LaMarca were also
sworn in along with a new
board of directors. The high
point of the evening came
when the men presented their
first ever Hero For Life
Award.
This honor was bestowed
on Judy Sullivan, wife of


and Vice President Chi
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Women's Club of Lighthouse Point
members Pati Ryder and Taryn Palo
model their special club birthday hats
while handing out prizes at the recent
meeting.


long time member and CUFF
editor, Bill Sullivan. The
award was given for her
loyalty, dedication and
support in the community and
for the tireless hours she has
given in public service.
Judy's contribution just to the
Exchange Club is invaluable
and I question whether the
boys would pull off some of
their coups if it weren't for
Judy working behind the
scenes. She is the chile cook
of the century, food shopper
and organizer for the annual
canoe trip, hostess at innu-
merable events in her home,
and outrageous centerpiece
designer for the 150 Dinner
every year.
Judy is also a well known
volunteer in other areas of the
community: past-president of
Soroptimist Club of Pompano
Beach, Board Member of
Woodhouse, Inc, original
member of the A-Team for
Operation Brave Kid, Soropti-
mist chairperson for the
Pompano Beach Seafood
Festival, and choir member /
volunteer at St. Nicholas
Church. For many years,
Judy was the heart and soul of
the Girl Scouts here in
Broward County along with
being PTA president while
her girls were attending local
schools. Judy is truly a
person that spends her life
giving of herself to help
others. Many, many con-
gratulations to a truly deserv-
ing person that I feel honored
to call my friend!
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celebrate the wedding day. [Right] The
Nordmanns at their recent 35 their
35th wedding anniversary.

Now let's talk some
more about the
Exchange Club
dinner. The food! It was
beyond words! By the time I
got to the chocolate mousse
cake, I was in danger of
bursting at the seams. The
presentation of awards of
somewhat dubious distinc-
tions also added to the
evening. Jim Davis had quite
a few one liners aimed at
some of the many distin-
guished members in atten-
dance. Bonefish Mac's
Chuck MacLaughlan
received the first annual "You
da Man"award for his extraor-
dinary fundraising activities
this year on behalf of the club.
Chuck was in North Carolina
for the christening of his first
grandchild so missed accept-
ing the award in person but
know that it meant a lot to
him.
All the new members
sworn in this past year came
forward and were "pinned" by
their wives or one of the other
gals. Looks like a great new
crop of guys! Hard workers
are emerging already and are
picking up the pace. The
gentlemen had an organiza-
tional, planning meeting on
Saturday morning and word
has it that they have planned
an event of merit for every
month this upcoming year.
You gotta love these boys!


And don't forget, no matter
how much fun they have,
they always manage to find a
way to raise a huge sum for
charity in the process.

Anna and Fritz
Nordmann celebrated their
35th wedding anniversary
Saturday night at the Light-
house Point Yacht Club in
high style. Along with
spectacular floral arrange-
ments at each table, there
was also a framed picture
from their original wedding
ceremony. What a great
idea! We asked them what
they considered their most
memorable moments in their
35 years together.
Fritz fondly remembers a
trip they made in their third
year of marriage in which
they set out in a VW camper
and just traveled the US for
six months. His favorite
place?
None other than Key
West, Florida! Anna's
happiest time was moving to
Florida and then settling in
Lighthouse Point. Glad they
made the move! Congratula-
tions and hope you have 35
more years together!


Continued on page 11


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Fridav. A nst 5. 2005


Social
Continued from page 10


ighthouse Point
resident Jackie
Berg hosted a
wine tasting party for a group
of her college buddies,
A.K.A. the Stetson Mafia.
* We understand that a good
time was had by all and it was
just plain bad taste that Bim
and Jack Krutek missed the
gathering just because they
were in Hawaii! Buddy
Eunice Hamblen picked up
the slack!
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As a long ago friend of the
Lighthouse Point Saltwater
Sportsman Association, I
looked forward to renewing


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Club honored Judy Sullivan with this
annual award for her untiring assis-
tance to the club. Sullivan is active in
other volunteer organizations, includ-
ing Soroptimist


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annual lobster party.
The mission of the
group is to encourage and
promote fishing and diving
activities along with
enjoying our adjacent
waters and its resources in.
a manner that encourages
camaraderie of members.
The need for conserva-
tion of fish, spiny lobster
and other marine life is a
basic belief of this group
of outdoorsmen.
Each year many of the
members go out hunting
for lobster during the two
day mini-season in July
and they donate their catch
to the club for the world
famous lobster party. This
year there were over 80
lobsters donated including


the largest one snared by
member Frank Schmidt.
Doug and Laura
Schmahl hosted this bash
in their beautiful home and
even the occasional rain
showers didn't dampen
anyone's spirits or their
appetite.
Frank Schmidt, Mike
Cohen, and Don Euston
were the chefs
extraordinaire and could
open a seafood restaurant
and compete with the
finest cooks anytime they
would choose!
Rick Moore, the social
chairman, deserves a round
of applause for his guid-
ance in this great event.
Preston Moody made up
for the fact that his wife
Nancy was out of town and


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graciously stayed behind
the bar all night making
sure that no one was
thirsty! The ladies brought
appetizers and desserts
which rounded out a royal
feast. As usual, Dale
Moore was working hard
to make everything perfect.
Fun group, great tunes
after dinner and an all
around good time. Any
one who might be inter-
ested in joining this group,
give a call to Allen Furia,
the membership chair. 954-
415-6956. They have
many great family outings
so there is fun for every-
one, not just the "boys!"

Have a great week and
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Firemen


Continued from page 2
according to Velez and
Morgado, is that in Portu-
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formed mainly by volun-
teers, but there are some
professional firefighters.
"In the United States, it
is the opposite," Morgado
said. "Most firefighters are
professionals with a small
percentage of volunteers."
One thing the Portu-
guese Firemen are im-
pressed with is the size of
the equipment Americans
use.
"Our trucks are much


smaller so we have many
more, but the water hose
lines here are much larger
than we are used to," Velez
said.
Harlow said it has been
a pleasure playing host to
the firemen.
"They are very eager
and interested in the way
we do things," he said.
On the last day of their
visit, Velez and Morgado
will accompany an F.B.I.
dive team on a training dive.
"It will just be a routine
dive, but I am excited to see
what kind of different
equipment they use,"
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Call 954-943-1733.
Skolnick Center Calorie
Counter meets on Fridays at
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[Palm Aire] at 9:10 a.m. Cost
is $1 per week for supplies.
Call Al Abram 954-975-3772
for info.
Line Dance Classes for
Seniors are offered every
Friday from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at
N.E. Focal Point Senior
Center, Deerfield Beach, 227
NW 2nd St. A $4 donation is
requested. Call 954-480-4447.


Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Friday from
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Pom-
pano Duplicate Bridge Club.
Call 954-565-3127.
Contract Bridge Game
every Friday at 6:45 p.m. at
Dixon Ahl, Lighthouse Point.
Call 954-942-2421.

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Enjoyment, but essentially
supporting their populations.
This brings me back to
our little hairstreak. Its host
plant is Bay Cedar, (Suriana
maritima), which used to be
S plentiful along the coast. It
; is a dune stabilizer plant, and
-. "B its natural habitat is ocean-
front. However, it is a
,beautiful small tree which


will do well anywhere in
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drainage, full sun, and good
air circulation. I had a
specimen plant at The
Garden Gate for several
years, until just recently
when it was sold for Crest-
haven Park's native tree
demonstration planting
about a half mile away.


The question is, did this
little butterfly wander in
from the coast, just a half
mile away looking for
nectar? Or, was it actually
using my Bay Cedar as a
host plant? Or, have they
found the stand of Bay
Cedar that was planted by
Pompano Proud
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Life of

Butterflies
By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
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how many and which kinds
Sof butterflies they see in a
certain area during a speci-
fied amount of time.
This helps to try and
understand what's happen-
ing out there with their
sometimes tenuous popula-'
tions. If you're interested in
participating in a count,
check out www.naba.org.
It's a very informative/
authoritative site about
everything butterfly.
I mention this because
recently, we found a rare
butterfly at The Garden
Gate. We had it identified
by a lepidopterist friend as a
Martial Scrub-Hairstreak,
(Strymon martialis). I knew
that it wasn't a regular at the
Garden Gate. We always
have Monarch, Queen, Gulf
Fritillary, Zebra, Cassius
Blue, Black Swallowtail and
Sulphur butterflies, owning
to the fact that we supply
their host plants.
If you remember from
SButterfly Gardening 101,
that it's the host plant, or
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like a magnet for them.
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are virtually extinct. By
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are not only bringing butter-
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14 The Pompano Pelican Friday, August 5,2005


Sightings

Continued from, page 12
SATURDAY AUG. 6
Blood Drive for the
American Legion #162 will
be today from 11 a.m. to 3
p.m. at the Palm Plaza, 9 St.
Bldg. # 820, Deerfield Beach.
Contact Barbara & Michael
Gagliardi for information at
561-393-7170.
The First United Meth-
odist Church, 217 NE 3 St.;
Pompano Beach, holds every
second and fourth Saturday of
every month an antique
collector Flea market, from
8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. For
more information, call 954-


"Food And Wine Tast-
ing" every Saturday from
2:30 to 7 p.m. at Colombo's
Market, 4490 N. Federal
Hwy., Lighthouse Point. Free
Admission. Call 954-786-
0252.
The American Legion
Post 142 Bingo takes place
most Saturdays at the Post at
7 p.m. The kitchen is open
from 4:45 p.m. to 7 p.m. The
public is welcome. Call 954-
942-2448.
SUNDAY AUG. 7
Sunday Bingo at the Elks
Lodge #1898, 700 N.E. 10th
St., Pompano Beach. Doors
open every Sunday at 4 p.m.
and games start at 6 p.m.
Open to the public. Call 954-


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The Kiwanis club of
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
meets every second and fourth
Monday of the month at
Damon's Grill at 6:30 p.m.
For information contact Kaye
Yanni: 954-772-2438.
The Pompano Lions
Club meets every Second and
Fourth Monday at the Flam-
ing Pit Restaurant at 6:30
p.m.. Call 954-646-3999.
Men's Bridge Club plays
Monday and Wednesdays at
12:30 p.m. at the Pompano
Beach Civic Center. Call 954-
782-7720.
Pinochle Games take
place Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at


the Emma Lou Olson Civic
Center. Call 954-786-9673.
ALATEEN support
group meets at 7 p.m. Mon-
days at First Presbyterian
Church of Pompano Beach.
Call 954-491-1915.
Recycling and Solid
Waste Committee meets the
second Monday of each
month at 3 p.m. at the Emma
Lou Olson Civic Center. Call
954-545-7011.
TUESDAY AUG. 9
A free lecture on "Re-
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be presented today by Patrick
Sander from the Landing
Financial Group. It will be at
noon, at the N.E. Focal Point
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IQ society, meets with
prospective and former
members every first and third
Tuesday of the month at
Bennigans, 665 NW 62 St., 7
p.m. Call 954-969-0683.
Intermediate Bridge
Lessons every Tuesday from
9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at Pom-
pano Beach Duplicate Bridge
Club. Call 954-943-1733.
Bingo every Tuesday at 7
p.m. at the American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142 in Pom-
pano Beach. Kitchen open
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Open
to the public. Call 954-942-
2448-0#.
Bingo every Tuesday at St.
Martin's Episcopal Church.
Doors open at 11 a.m. and
Bingo begins at noon. Call
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BINGO every Tuesday
night at 7 p.m. at the Sterling
McClellan American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 142. Smoking
and non smoking room
available. Call 954-942-2448.
Pompano Beach Light-
house Rotary meets Tues-
days at 7:30 a.m. at Ronnie
'fs Taste of the 50's Restau-
rant. Call 954-972-7178.
WEDNESDAY AUG. 10
The Exchange Club of
Pompano Beach meets every
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. for
lunch at the Flaming Pit
Restaurant, 1150 N Federal
Hwy. Call 954-946-4676 for
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Cresthaven's Night Out Against Crime draws crowds to event


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF
Walking into a crowd on a
sultry August night and
spying police cars, BSO
Deputies on horseback, a Fire
Ladder Truck, a drug dog and
uniformed officers talking
i with residents might conjure
up a major crime scene.
Not.
In fact this was a major
anti-crime scene.
Last Tuesday, the Annual
Night Out Against Crime
event, sponsored by the
Cresthaven Neighborhood
Watch in conjunction with
Broward Sheriff's Office,
BSO, brought local residents
to the St. Elizabeth School.
Entertaining the crowd
was Chance, the 14-month old
golden retriever who demon-
strated his drug sniffing
abilities to the crowds.


Hazell Mitchell, Pompano Beach Commissioner Kay McGinn,. Paul
Whitsett and Pompano Beach Vice Mayor Susan Foster. Foster was
honored with the Citizen of the Year by the Cresthaven Neighborhood
Watch. [Photos by Anne Siren]


Food vendors, clowns,
BSO Deputies and Pompano
Beach city officials enjoyed
the chance for casual chatting
over pizzas, hot dogs and
traditional bakery delights
from Bonnie Smith.
While the event is an


annual local celebration for
Pompano Beach, it is part of a
22-year old tradition of the
National Association of Town
Watch, NATW,
Introduced in 1984, the


Fireman? Bill Hoffman's annual
emceeing of this event kept ev-
eryone aware of the activities.


NATW, sought to heighten
awareness and strengthen
participation in local anti-
crime efforts.
This year, the NATW
reports that over 34 million


Michele Kerrigan, Barkley, the official All American
City Dog, and Barkley's owner, Stacey Peterson,
marketing director and special events coordinator for
the Greater Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce.


people participated in the
event throughout the United
States.
Aug. 2, the official Night
Out day, calls for people to
Continued on page 24


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with wide angled views of the Executive Airport


By Picky Pelican
FOOD WRITER

Should diners expect much
when the menu offers $4.99
lunches and $7.99 dinners?
You can expect a treat
Joseph's and Joey's on
Cypress Creek Road, two
miles west of 1-95 and right at
the Fort Lauderdale Executive
Airport.
Well, we got lost, so take
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south side of Cypress Creek
Road as you pass Calvary
Chapel, which is on the north
side.
Oldtimers will remember
when this address was the


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best and most frequented
dining spots in Broward
County, and he expects no
less for the recently opened
Joseph's and Joey's.
The sprawling 18,000
square-foot building, with

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Abundant elegance describes this dance floor with spacious views of the Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport at Joseph's and
Joey's Restaurant. [Photos by Picky Pelican]


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-Grilling adds lots of flavor to foods
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Since Man discovered fire, we've had a
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average grill can turn out enough food
for a crowd, when it comes time to
throw a party, easy grilling is much
appreciated.
What to grill? To make mouths water,
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-Plan ahead: Always preheat your grill!
-Apply seasoning, whether salt and
pepper or a rub of various herbs and
spices, before grilling.
-Take the "fridge chill" off steak by
letting it sit for up to 30 minutes before
grilling.
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Choose your steaks, chill the drinks and
heat the grill. Let the party begin!


Beef Tenderloin With
Black Olive Roasted Red
Pepper Butter
Serves: 4
Prep time: 20 minutes
Cooking time: Varies with degree of
doneness
4 tablespoons salted butter
(1/2 stick) at room temperature
2 tablespoons black olive
bruschetta topping
4 tablespoons diced roasted
red peppers
Black pepper
4 (6-ounce) pieces Sutton & Dodge
filet mignon
Olive oil
Steak seasoning
1. Preheat grill or broiler.
2. Combine butter, black olive
bruschetta topping and peppers in small
bowl and mash together with fork to
combine well. Season to taste with
black pepper.
3. Brush steaks with a little olive oil and
season liberally on both sides with steak
seasoning.
4. Grill or broil steaks to desired
doneness.
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Grilled T-Bone Steaks
With Gorgonzola Butter
Serves: 4
Prep time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 15 minutes
1 stick butter, completely softened
and at room temperature
4 ounces Gorgonzola cheese
crumbles
2 tablespoons minced fresh chives
Freshly ground pepper
4 Sutton & Dodge T-bone steaks
Steak seasoning
1. Preheat grill or broiler.
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Gorgonzola cheese and chives. Mix
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minutes on each side or to desired
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immediately top each with large dollop
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Kabobs
Serves: 4
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: 10 Minutes
4 Sutton & Dodge pre-made beef
kabobs from fresh meat case
1 1/2 cups Sutton & Dodge Sweet &
Tanggy teriyaki marinade
Steamed white rice
1. Preheat grill or broiler.
2. Place kabobs in shallow baking dish
and coat with marinade.
3. Grill kabobs about 10 minutes,
turning over once or twice, until beef is
cooked to desired doneness.
4. Serve kabobs over steamed white
rice.

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-Skinny tips for great
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Savory meals from the grill can be
both delicious and nutritious. Tips
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menus featuring beef come from Dr.
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party by offering cubes of steak and
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summer squash, onion, colored bell
peppers all offer color, taste and
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velvet drapes, reminiscent of
Gone with the Wind, and wide
views of the airport, caters to
every group from an intimate
duo to full size events with
space for up to 1,500 guests.
To get to the second floor,
try the winding stairs or the
* elevator. This is a special spot
for VIPs, but that's something
you and Joseph will have to
decide. This section is swanky
with intimate booths along the
walls offering bird's eye
views of the airport.
And until you actually
visit, it's difficult to describe
the thrill of sinking into a
lobster as a Cessna tools
down the taxiway less than
100 feet from your table. It's
cause for pause.
Remnants of the 94th
* remain on the grounds of
Joseph's and Joey's. There's a
great bar in a "Bombed-out
Bunker" and soon Cataldo
will add a poolside patio just
beyond the bunker.
Luis Mario Orellanca
greeted us at the entrance, and
after our tour, he seated us by
the window where we enjoyed
Happy Hour, an event that
endures from 11 a.m. to 11
p.m.
Since Mondays are quiet
evenings at Joseph's and
Joey's, we missed the regular
events like Wednesday's
Singles Night Out with a free
buffet, or Thursday's Latin
Night with Salsa, Merengue,
Bachata and other music.
Joseph's 50 years in the
restaurant business is evident
with these special evenings
designed to attract people
with similar tastes who know
how to escape the humdrum
of the business day.
At Joseph's and Joey's, the
bountiful menu ranges from
the Surf & Turf [$15.95] and
Sthe Herb Roasted Prime Rib
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The Surf and Turf has become a favor-
ite with succulent lobster, drawn but-
ter, steak and potato.
Chicken Del Sol, my guest's
choice, and the Grouper
Francese.
I couldn't wait to sink my
teeth into the prime rib which
was delicious and was accom-
panied with sauteed veg-
etables. Picky Pelican loves it
when the chef respects the
natural crispness of the
greens, and did he ever! It
was impossible to clean the
plate, no longer required in
smart circles, as the entr6e
included a lovely baked
potato. I was very generous
with the horseradish sauce,
and if you are a horseradish
lover, you'll be delighted.
We topped off our meal
with the Carrot Cake, rich
with fresh carrots and topped
with that famous cream
cheese frosting.
We arrived very hungry,
and we suggest you do the
same, as the portions were
plentiful and most pleasing.
Joseph's and Joey's is
more than a restaurant; it's the
newest destination around
town. And whether it's lunch,
dinner or a late snack,
Joseph's and Joey's is worth
the trip.
Please fasten your
seatbelts. A new dining
experience is about to take
off.
Joseph's and Joey's can be
reached at 954- 776-1343 for
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Night Out

Continued from page 15

leave their porch lights on as
an all-night vigil. The group
also encourages block parties,
neighborhood walks and
community events, such as
last Tuesday's party at St.


Elizabeth's School.
Dennis Myers, president of
the Cresthaven Neighborhood
Watch, presented Vice Mayor
Susan Foster with the Citizen
of the Year award.
"I was very honored," said
Foster. "This was very special
because it was given to me by
my own community where I


"Awareness makes a big difference in keeping our
families and homes safer." Foster, "Citizen of the Year"


live. This group, with the help
of BSO, has been instrumen-
tal in reducing crime here and
making residents more aware
of their own responsibilities.
We've had several car break-
ins recently. With the help of


At Remington House, we understand that the process of
choosing a Retirement Community can be overwhelming.
That is why we take the time to explore individual needs and
customize one of three distinct care-level packages to ensure
your loved one's well-being and satisfaction.
We offer Independent Living, Assisted Living, or Memory
Support. These comprehensive programs include a large array
of services and amenities for one low monthly fee with the
exception of medication management, when applicable.


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Dennis's monthly reports to
the community regarding
criminal activities, we have
all become more cognizant of
what we have to do. We must
lock our cars. We can't leave
anything, even change, in a


visible place for a criminal to
spot. Awareness makes a big
difference in keeping our
families and homes safer."
To organize a "Watch" for
next year, call 1-800-NITE-
OUT. To join the Pompano
Beach Neighborhood Watch
group, call 954-786-7536.



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Continued from page 15
Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge Bingo Every
Wednesday Night. 20 games.
Doors open at 5 p.m. Games
start at 7 p.,. Dixie highway
and 33 St. in Pompano Beach.
954-782-0950.
Beginner and Review
Bridge Lessons every
Wednesday morning from
9:15 to 11:45 a.m. at Pom-
pano Duplicate Bridge Club,
180 SW 6th St., Pompano
Beach. Call 954-565-3127.
The Kiwanis Club of
Pompano Beach meets for
lunch each Wednesday at
11:45 to 1 p.m. at Galuppi's
Restaurant at the Pompano
Beach Public Golf Course.
For more information call
954-942-8108.
THURSDAY AUG.11
Bingo games with cash
prizes, sponsored by the city
of Lighthouse Point Senior
Center. Every Thursday from
1 to 3 p.m. at the Dixon Ahl
Recreation. Call 954-946-
6398.
UPCOMING
Free Summer Concert
Series, Music Under the
Stars will be held on Aug.13,
at the City beach, from 7 to 9
p.m. The band, Fourcast, will
play a variety of Jazz, Oldies,
Rock, Latin and so on. Call
954-786-4575.
Annual Post Card Show
& Sale will be held on
Saturday, August 13, at the
Pompano Beach Civic Center,
1801 NE 6'h St. The show is
from 10a.m. to 5p.m. and
there is a $1 donation at door.
Call Tom Moore 305-666-
0219.


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