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Haitian Celebration, page 16


Volume XII, Issue 79


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Citi Centre, a project of Faison, has already seen the opening of Lowe's. But the new urban shopping experiment professional business, restaurants and
medical offices is still under construction. Below, workmen put finishing touches on the plaza.
By Anne Siren


PELICAN STAFF
Everyone does it. It's impossible
not to look.
Driving north or south on U.S.
Federal Highway, heads turn to the
emerging economic boon, and it's
hard not to imagine how the new Citi
Centre, Federal Highway and Copans
Road, will impact the shopping habits
of local residents.
Paul Rutledge is the senior manag-
ing director of Faison, a Charlotte, NC
company, that heads up the construc-
tion.
Here's how he sees it.
"The third floor will be for busi-
ness, professional and medical offices.
You can actually see the Hillsboro
Lighthouse and the inlet from the third
floor. Can you imagine going to your
doctor? Maybe he's running a little
late. So he suggests you have time for
a cup of coffee at one of the seven
restaurants in the plaza."
Rutledge charges ahead through
Sears. "Look at these prices?" he
Exclaims. "Sears is competing with
Walmart now, and can you tell how
the quality has increased?"
Once inside the outdoors plaza,
Rutledge stops. "Feel that ocean
breeze?"
True, even close to Noon, the wind
rushes through the entrance of Citi
Centre.
Rutledge doesn't mind walking

Continued on page 3


Beach activist, Ed Stanton, challenges
Kay McGinn for District 1 seat


Ed Stanton, 79, announced this
week that he is a candidate for District
1 and will
oppose Com-
missioner Kay
McGinn, who ":
has not offi-
cially declared
her candidacy.
Stanton, a


commissioner STANTON
of the City of


East Orange, New Jersey and a retired
attorney.
In his announcement, Stanton i
says he will donate his commission
salary to the "poor, children and
homeless."
Stanton regularly speaks before
the city commission in opposition of
over development of the "barrier
island," a term used to describe land
east of the Intracoastal Waterway.
He stated that he will work to"
reduce campaign contributions from
$500 to $250.


Neighbors


protest


Pompano


Charter


School

School wins right to
open doors, but
Pompano
commissioner files
appeal
By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

For most schools in Broward
County, the first day was just fine. But
for one charter school, Eagles' Nest,
located at Hope Lutheran Church,
1840 NE 41 St., the day was staged
with protests from unhappy residents.
Paul Jenner, a resident near the
school, says the traffic problems are
just too much for the neighborhood
with only one access on 41 Street to
Federal Highway.
"We took videos of the traffic,"
said Jenner. "One of the parents even
threatened one of our neighbors. She
came over and took the telephone
number from one of the trucks."
Jenner added that this parent called
the company to say she would boycott
its business.
The charter school, one of two
schools in Pompano Beach, has an
enrollment of 172 students, with
grades from kindergarten to eighth
grade.
Earlier this year, Eagles' Nest was
denied an occupational license to
operate. Because the school is located
in a residential zone, the zoning board
of appeals denied the school's request
for a variance to operate its facility.
At the third try, Dr. Pauline Foster
Grant, consultant for Eagles' Nest,
amended the application, and applied
for the permit as an accessory use of
the church. The application was
approved administratively by Zoning
Director Patrick Ford.
The approval was standard because

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PELICAN STAFF
St. Elizabeth of Hungary
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pal, Rita O'Leary, who has
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Paul O'Connell, a parish-
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O'Connell, who has not been
able to reach O'Leary. "All I
hear is that she is asking for
our prayers."
Events leading to
O'Leary's resignation began
when the parish was notified
that the principal had been
placed on administrative leave.
O'Leary's resignation was
announced on Aug. 8.
Sonia Rodriguez, formerly
of St. Coleman's Catholic
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had been unauthorized," said a
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St. Elizabeth's school's
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The school has been a
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"I've been a member of that
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Hennigar, a parishioner and a
school parent. "At a time in our
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about where to place your kids,
St. Elizabeth's has always had
a safe and a warm nurturing
environment. Rita O'Leary is
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Citi Centre

Continued from page 1

around in the midday Florida
heat to show off the ongoing
construction of the 23-acre
grounds of Citi Centre. He
points with pride to the
workmen high on a ladder
putting the finishing touches
on the centerpiece of the
Centre.
"Smile!" he cries up to the
workers. We're taking your
picture!"
They smile.
"We'll have entertainment
here," he says pointing to a
huge balcony overlooking the
plaza, accessible by a curving
staircase covered with a
bright yellow awning.
"This is the most exciting
project I've ever worked on,"
Rutledge adds. "The city
* trusted us. This is a great
city."
It's hard not to be infected
with Rutledge's enthusiasm.
Canopies with bold reds,
blues, greens and yellows
cast shadows on the wide


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promenade that will host
small vendors and shade trees.
The pavers create designs for
the expected shoppers and
business owners to stroll
through the Citi Centre when
it opens in December.
Well, some of the Centre

Continued on page 7

Right: Offices are available for
business, professional and medical
needs. Old Florida-style lamps will
light up the evenings in this open-air
plaza slated to open more stores by
December. [Below] Sabal palms and
colorful canopies bedeck the open
plaza where shoppers can access
retail stores and vendors. [Photos by
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PELICAN STAFF
Judy O'Hara and Detective
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gram that may be the first of
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wanting to link resident
volunteers to our city's
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became an instant supporter.
Thanks to his efforts, the City
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Senior Outreach Program
with Community Block Grant
Funding."
O'Hara talks about the
large elderly population
scattered throughout the
city."Many of these people do
not have any support systems
from family or agencies.
Since March, when the
Outreach Program got under-
way, I have visited at least 20
individuals who have come to
our attention through the
Lighthouse Point Police and
Fire Departments, attorneys,
CPAs and neighbors who see
signs of need in a neighbor."
Her visits turned up people
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Others were in need of many
services such as transporta-
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or prepared meals, assistance
in locating services, bill
paying, and record keeping.
There was a need for referral
services, a personal alert
system, hurricane prepara-
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And there were folks who just
needed a friendly visit, or a
few hours relief for the
caregiver.
"It's a great program,"
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getting into these problems, I
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to my attention all by myself.
Before Judy, I had people
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can offer help on a full time
basis. We're hoping The
Pelican article will do two
things. We it hope will
encourage residents to volun-
teer in this program. We want
residents to alert us to some-
one in need, even anony-


mously if they wish."
Hawkins continues. "If, on
one of her visits, Judy sus-
pects either financial exploita-
tion or physical abuse, she
gets the information to me
and I can act. We just had a
case called to our attention by
an attorney in which an
elderly lady was selling her
$420,000 house for $170,000,
We were happy to get the


$250,000 for the lady instead
of the scammer."
Asked if she's having
success lining up volunteers,
O'Hara says, "I have about
six and need many more. I'm
very careful to arrange a good
match between the volunteer
and the person with needs.

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Let's say I have a lady who is
sorely in need of personal
care, but doesn't realize it.
The volunteer must be tactful
and have the lady's confi-
dence before she suggests it's
time for a shampoo or to do a
load of laundry. A rapport
must be established to make a
relationship work."
Volunteers must be
Lighthouse Point residents
and may be subject to a
background check. They will
need to file a short report after
visits. If they recognize a need
that must be met by profes-
sionals, they must notify
O'Hara or Hawkins.
O'Hara says, "We're
happy to have men and
women who can give as little
as one hour a week. Cur-
rently, we have a need for
respite for a woman who is
caring for her husband with
Alzheimer's disease. This
requires a volunteer with


patience, kindness, and a few
hours to provide relief for the
wife.
We have a gentleman who
just needs a buddy to come
and watch a football game
with him. He's lonely."
O'Hara works out of her
home office 24/7. She says, "I
never know what is going to
happen next. Larry and I are
in constant contact. We've
been able to thwart victimiza-
tion by scams in four cases. It
seems that people living alone
with Lighthouse Point ad-
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scammers who try to separate
them from their money."
Thank you, Judy O'Hara
and Detective Hawkins, for
making this Senior Outreach
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To volunteer just an hour a
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Volume XII, Issue 79
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how Sri Lankans view elephants, Thusitha Ranasinghe, managing
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degrading fibrous material to papermaking-grade pulp. Through Project
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human-elephant conflict is greatest. By using wild-elephant dung in the
papermaking process, villagers are seeing elephants as more of an
economic asset. "You can take their pooh and give everyone in this
community a job," says Karl Wald, a bio-chemist and former volunteer
in Sri Lanka, who began selling Sri Lankan elephant-dung paper last
summer. His company, Mr. Ellie Pooh, is the sole U.S. distributor. For
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Standing firm on a


slippery slope


By Barry "Doc" Dockswell
PELICAN WRITER
New technological developments
in South Korea have shown that
stem cells, which can contribute so
much to medical progress, may be
obtained by a process called "thera-
peutic cloning." This is done by
taking a human egg cell, removing
its DNA material, and replacing it
with the DNA from a cell of an
existing human being. There is no
mating of male and female chromo-
somes into a unique DNA blueprint
for a new human being. The single
egg cell simply has a copy of the
DNA of whoever donated the
original cell. When this artificially
constructed embryo grows to about
100 cells in size still smaller than
the period at the end of this sentence
- the cells are separated and used
for medical therapy or research.
There is no intercourse. There is
no womb. There is no moment of
conception. There is no pregnancy
leading to the birth of a baby human
clone. There is only a laboratory
procedure to create a number of stem
cells in order that human beings may
help one another in our efforts to


Dockswell Dispatch

overcome dis-
ease.
And yet, many
on the religious
right condemn
this therapeutic
cloning of a few
cells as if it were DOCKSWELL
the same thing as
creating living,
breathing human clones.
When people oppose a policy or
practice, but they don't have very
effective arguments against it, they
often resort to the "slippery slope"
argument. They say the really bad
thing about the policy is what it
could eventually lead to. In this case
one might say that it's a slippery
slope from allowing therapeutic
cloning (creation of a number of
stem cells) to allowing widespread
reproductive cloning (live births of
baby human clones).
It's important to realize that many
judgment calls in life can be said to


Continued on page 7


By Joyce Tarnow
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Finally, someone has had the
courage to say it. British Prime
Minister Tony Blair has told the
terrorist conspirators (or potential
conspirators), those who want to
destroy British society: "If you don't
like the British way of life, we will
deport you." President Bush should
have the courage to do the same
despite the ACLU and those who
want open borders.
Blair was right to say it. He told
those with hateful attitudes that if
they want to come to Britain to
enjoy the benefits and freedoms
there, they had better support the
ideals that make those freedoms
possible or go back home.
Britain does bear some responsi-
bility for the recent bombings in
their capital. Through their ex-
tremely liberal immigration policy,
and an asylum policy that has
protected terrorists, Britain has
created conditions that have resulted
in London hosting more radical
Islamic groups and cells than any


other capital in
Europe.
Blair
promised
measures were -
in place to
fast-track the
deportation of TARNOW
radical Islamic
preachers to prevent them from
spreading what he described as their
"evil and extreme ideology." In
addition, Blair said the government
was preparing orders allowing it to
shut down places of worship used as
centers for "fomenting extremism."
According to Blair, Britain's
home secretary would be empow-
ered to deport or exclude anyone
"fostering hatred, advocating vio-
lence to further a person's beliefs or
justifying or validating such vio-
lence."
He promised that a list will be
made of "specific extremist Web
sites, book shops, centers, networks,
and organizations, and any "active

Continued on page 7


President Bush should emulate

Prime Minister Tony Blair


Friday, August 12, 2005


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Citi Centre

Continued from page 3
will be open. There's still
work to be done.
Sighia Finazzo, director of
retail leasing, points out the
restaurants that have already
signed. Spaces went like hot
cakes.
Finazzo will have one
space left after she completes
negotiations with one restau-
rant. She could not reveal the
name until the contract is
signed.
But it's no secret; Citi
Centre is attracting businesses
with an international flair and
cuisine.
Sears, Macy's, Lowe's and
Penney's own their properties.
But renovations for the soon
to be stand-alone parcels will
have a new character after
new facades and entrances
have been complete.
Back inside the old mall
area, air-conditioning is near
chilly.
"See where we're standing
now?" Finazzo points to the
intersection in the old mall
between Sears and the Shoe
Rack. "This will all be
parking."
Outside Citi Centre, rows
of Royal Palm trees line the
paths of the main entrance.
Rutledge remembers they
were originally planted about
30 years ago when Fashion
Square construction was
completed.
Before the wrecking balls
battered most of the old mall,
Faison, the parent company of
Pompano Citi Centre, re-
moved 150 Royal palms and
120 Sabal palms. They
created a small tree farm on
the West Side of the property.
To local bikers wheeling
around the airpark, the trees
became a familiar site. As
demolition continued, the
trees were tenderly cared for
with irrigation and fertilizers.
Faison even provided them
with a caretaker.
"Oh, if those trees could
talk," says Rutledge as he
pauses to admire their healthy
state after the transplanting
back to the front of Citi
Centre.
"This is the new urban-
ism," he continues. "We have
900,000 square feet of shop-
ping and 4,000 parking
spaces. The style is European,
* and we took a bold step with
the colors."
Once inside the completed
Citi Centre, shoppers will
discover a "walkable city"
with streets that lead to
restaurants, professional
offices and entertainment.
While no residential units
are planned for the Citi
Centre, Faison is eyeing the
possibility of residential units
in another location down the


road.
"Can you imagine residen-
tial units on this property?"
Rutledge asks. "This will give
residents the ease of walking
to the golf course, the movies,
Publix and using the bike
path. Years ago, this idea
sounded like science fiction."
Besides the plaza and
streets inside Citi Centre,
some stores will be located as
out parcels on the property.
Pier One will relocate to
Federal Highway on the
Faison property.
Some of the newest
tenants at Citi Centre will also
be new to local residents.
They include Panera Bread,
Cold Stone Creamery, an ice
cream parlor; Kelly's
TeaRoom and Saru' Sushi &
Thai Restaurant. Max's
Grille, Gold's Gym, Subway,
Tranquility Day Spa and
dozens more will open their
doors within months.
But to stay in vogue, Citi
Centre shoppers, diners and
visitors need to think "Open
Air Plaza."
It's just not a mall.
"Retail has changed," says
Rutledge. "Now people go to
Super Targets and Lowes
because of time constraints.
People don't spend all day at
the mall anymore. We're
offering a convenient multi-
shopping experience. Go to
the gym, the doctor, make a
date for lunch and shop. It's
all one park."
For more information
about Citi Centre or leasing
inquiries, call Sighia Finazzo
at 954-943-4685.


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engagement" with any of
them would be a "trigger"
for possible deportation.
Blair also said the govern-
ment would consider strip-
ping citizenship from natu-
ralized Britons "engaged in
extremism."
"Anyone who has partici-
pated in terrorism or has
anything to do with it any-
where will automatically be
refused" for immigration
according to a statement
from the Prime Minister's
office.
The United States needs
to get just as tough. The
lack of border security here
and the estimated 12 to 20
million illegal immigrants
now in the country indicate
that we are just as lax as
Britain has been.
Open border advocates
claim these folks are only
looking for jobs, but who
can tell the determined or
potential terrorist among
those streaming in?
At any rate, illegal
immigrants have committed
a crime by entering illegally.
And those who employ them
have committed a crime.
The impact of the numbers
pouring into the U.S. goes
beyond the threat of more
terrorist acts.
But that is a whole other
column.
Wink at the current
situation, as our elected
officials have been doing,
and be prepared to reap the
whirlwind.


Dockswell

Continued from page 6

be made on a slippery slope.
We give our police guns to
enforce law and order, but
we do not give them nuclear
weapons. We all enjoy
freedom of speech, but that
doesn't give us the right to
cry "Fire!" in a crowded
theater. In many walks of
life, wisdom lies in knowing
that one can go so far down
a road, but no further.
Striking the right balance
between allowing no cloning
whatsoever and allowing
uncontrolled cloning of full-
term babies is not the begin-
ning of a slide down a
slippery slope it's just
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If a doctor transfers a
copy of my DNA into an egg
cell, lets it grow and divide
several times, and then uses
the resulting stem cells to
enhance my quality of life -
or that of my fellow human
beings I think that's
wonderful! And I don't feel
myself sliding down a
slippery slope.


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Pompano native, Sherman Glenn Nicks 11


brings years of experience to his business


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
President of Sherman Electric, Inc.,
Master Electrician Sherman Glenn
Nicks 11, had to take control of his own
fate shortly after graduating from
Pompano Beach High School almost
20 years ago.
"My Dad died and that killed any
hope I had of getting a traditional
college education," Nicks says. "I
went to work as an electrician appren-
tice for a friend and that was the
beginning of my 20-year career in the
field."
Most people do not realize that it
takes seven years of field experience
and education to become a master
electrician. Along the way, there are
tough tests to pass to move up the
ranks from being an apprentice for
four years to journeyman. In this
capacity one must spend at least three
more years in a supervisory position
before qualifying to take the master
electrician test. Nicks graduated from
ABCI (Associated Builders and
Contractors Institute) in Coconut
Creek and continued on to become'a
master electrician and the owner of his
own business 13 years ago. Along the
way he taught the electrical appren-


ticeship program for two years at
Pompano Beach High School. Nicks
now sits on the Board of ABCI. He
encourages and sponsors his own staff
members to take further classes which
will advance their own knowledge and
value in the trade. "If they stay with
my company and maintain a certain
grade point average, I pay their tuition
for the second, third and fourth years.
I like to see my apprentices move up
the ladder. This is a good field, and
it's wide open with lots of opportu-
nity," he says.
Sherman Electric has its ware-
house, shop and offices at 1100 N.W.
6th Street, just west of 1-95. Bold
signage on the building is easily read
by passing traffic and often brings in
new business. "We're always happy to
get new customers," Nicks says, "but
it's the amazing repeat business that
makes this company a success. We
advertise ourselves as 'dependable,
personal service for all of your
electrical needs' and we mean it."
"In this world of mergers and huge
companies, it's a pleasure to be able to
dial Sherman and talk to the actual
boss," says John Boutin, association
manager of Venetian Condominium.
"Sherman is very responsive to our
needs. We're doing some major work


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Every morning Sherman Electric trucks hit the road to do service work and new construction for
commercial and residential clients. [Photo courtesy of Sherman Electric]


now and everything done by Sherman
is done properly, efficiently and
according to code."
Sherman Electric, Inc. always goes
to the client. Depending upon the
number of projects in work, Nick's
trucks are on the road with six to eight
men doing service work and new
construction for residential and
commercial clients. President of
Triton Properties Corp., development
partner for the Shoppes at Beacon
Light, Michael Colon is another of
Nick's satisfied clients." We've been
using Sherman for over five years for
virtually all of our electrical sub


contracting on our commercial prop-
erty," he says. "and he has always
come through with flying colors."
Big electrical projects require
drafting a master plan which Nicks
enjoys doing. "However," he says,
"every job needs a plan which must be
presented to the city before one can
get a permit to proceed. And permits
are part of almost every job."
His advice to home owners is: "Be
sure you use a licensed electrician.
Even simple jobs can create hazards in


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the church property had been
approved for a school since
1958. The only requirement
was that 50 percent of the
board for Eagles' Nest School
had to be church members.
That approval allowed the
school to open on time.
As for Foster Grant, the
first day of school went off
without a hitch.
"I got here at 6:30 a.m.
There were no traffic issues.
A dozen parents came to help
with the traffic. We also had a
supervisor from the Broward
County School Board."
Foster Grant added that
she was aware of the protest-
ors and their video cameras,
but the children didn't notice
them in the morning.
But after school, the
protesting was more apparent,
prompting one child to ask if
the school was closing.
"I told him not to worry
about that. Worry about the
learning and leave that
concern to .the city and your
parents," Foster Grant said.
"As long as that church is
in existence, the school will
be approved," said Sandra
King, Pompano Beach public
information officer. "In
making that decision, the
zoning director used a few
criteria. Number one is that
the church had a school there
as an accessory use. That
school had over 300 students.
This school will have just
over 200 students. Only two
buses operate at the school."
Many charter schools in
Florida operate as an acces-
sory operation to churches.
Jenner was disappointed to
hear the licenses were allowed
with the amended filing, and
he and a group of neighbors
don't intend to back away
from the fight.
"This is about money,"
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"We will prove that this
accessory use is invalid. The
church is not part of the
school. It boils down to
money. The church is in
decline and this is their way
of trying to keep their church
going. It's all about money."
Pastor Russel Johnson,
Hope Lutheran Church, found
those statements unrelated to
the school issue. Hope
Lutheran has sponsored
private education since 1959.
The school parcel is separate
from the church building.
Education is nothing new to
this church.
"Our concern is for the
education of children. My
own personal belief is that
public schools are not doing
the job. National statistics will
bear this out," said Pastor
Johnson.
He added that the financial
comments regarding the
church were "falsehoods. This
person is unaware of our
finances, our outreach pro-
grams and our congregation.
He has not spoken with us."
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But the future of the
school took another twist
when Vice Mayor Susan
Foster backed the protesters
and appealed the latest
approval for the school.
She said her concern is
traffic.
"I'm not against schools.
There are six in my district.
It's just that the Beacon
Heights neighborhood cannot
handle the extra traffic," she
said.
Says Foster Grant, "With
any public school, traffic
could be a concern if it isn't
handled correctly. We plan to
dismiss the bus riders five
minutes early. That should
clear up the congestion with
the walkers and the riders.
We are also hiring a BSO
Deputy for a week to help us
train the parents and walk-
ers."
The next meeting of the
city's planning and zoning
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Sept. 15. The Foster's appeal
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the home if done by unqualified
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Nicks enjoys his member-
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Chamber of Commerce where
he networks with old friends
and local business associates.
Most weekends, he can be
found out on his boat. "He lives
to fish," says Cherie Apuzzel,
company office manager. "Just
look at all of the pictures of
Sherman and his catches," she
indicates a collection of candid
photos on one wall. "There he


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SOCIAL MATTERS


Dan Marino's induction into the Hall of


Fame was personal to this diehard Dolphin fan


By Sandy Johnson and
Lee Waldo
SOCIAL MATTERS
Way back in March, I
attended the annual Sports
Banquet and Auction pre-
sented by the Make-a-Wish
Foundation which I wrote
about it in this column. The
prizes offered at the live
auction were beyond belief.
My dad had no sons, so being
the avid Brooklyn Dodger fan
that he was back in the '50s in
NY, the next best thing was to
turn his daughter into a bona
fide jock. I did not disappoint
him and to
this day, 1
many of my '':
happiest
moments
are related
to sports
and espe-
cially to my .
overwhelm- .t
ing love of
football.
While
attending
the Make-a Lee Waldo and
Wish Sandy Johnson
Wish
auction I could not believe the
sports packages they were
auctioning off. The one that
impressed me the most was
the one that delivered you and
a friend to Canton for the Dan.
Marino Hall of Fame Induc-
tion ceremony. When the
bidding reached well over
$10,000, I turned to Lee and
said, "Never in my life-have I
ever wanted to be so totally
rich that I could bid on this
thing no matter what the
price. I knew the proceeds
were for a good cause so I
was happy for that, but I
WANTED TO BE THE ONE
TO GO!
After all, were there many
bigger Dan Marino fans in
South Florida than I? But
alas, I left the banquet,
making a donation to Make-a-
Wish and feeling good about
the wonderful things they do
for the extremely ill children.
But no Dan Marino trip.
Last weekend when I
received an update from
Make-a-Wish, they had a last
minute internet auction for
two tickets to the very same
events in Canton. I fired off
my bid immediately and then


sat back to wait.
The bidding escalated and
quickly shot far out of my
range again. Bidders were
notified on Wednesday
morning of the winning bid. I
went about my day and
returned home that evening
from the Soroptimist Service
Night, listened to my phone
messages and heard the most
unbelievable voice telling me
that the top bidder had
defaulted on the trip and I was
the lucky winner!
I don't know how it got
from the huge bid all the way
down to mine, but I wasn't
asking questions! I jumped
around and screamed possibly
scaring at least 10 years off
the life of my cat.
Phone calls were made and
my best long time football
buddy joyously agreed to
accompany me on the private
charter jet on Saturday
morning. That was when I
found out that we were part of
a select group of Dan
Marino's guests and were
invited to all the private
events for his friends and
family and of course Dan
himself!
We were handed a pin to
wear for the weekend which
said "Special Guest of Dan
Marino/" I had to keep
pinching myself every time I
looked at it to make sure I
wasn't dreaming!
On the way up, we sat next
to Dan's personal photogra-
pher of 15 years, Michael,
who regaled us with many
stories about Dan and the
special things he is involved
with in our community. This
was the underlying theme of
the weekend. Not only is the
man a football great, but what
he has given back with his
Foundation and fundraising
efforts is beyond compare.
Saturday night we attended
the welcoming cocktail party
at Jillian's where we got to
mingle with many of the great
Dolphin players of the bygone
glory years.
Mark Higgs, Keith Jack-
son, OJ McDuffie, Richmond
Webb, Ron Hiller, Mark
Duper, Mark Clayton, Cris
Carter, a former Dolphin and
great friend of Dan's. It was
like a mini Dolphin Hall of
Fame! So much fun to listen


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Above Dan Marino poses next to the bust that will be displayed in the Hall of Fame. Sandy Johnson chats with former
Dolphin quarterback and Hall of Fame member Bob Griese. Memories of '72, that perfect season! Right Dolphin colors
were proudly displayed by most everyone who attending the induction.


to the guys talking about old
times and the hard work that
was expected of them during
the Don Shula era. They had
innumerable tales to tell of
different plays or events they
had shared during their days
of playing together.
Sunday morning we
headed over to the Hall of
Fame for a private brunch and
then into the stadium for the
induction ceremony. We had
the perfect vantage point with
our seats right on the field.
Looking around the stadium,
it was hard to believe that we
could have been in Canton,
Ohio. All you could see,
everywhere you looked, were
orange and aqua #13 Dan
Marino jerseys.
Dan's son, Dan-o, intro-
duced his father with words of
praise referring to his father
as the father and family man.
Being a hopeless romantic,
my favorite quote from young
Dan-o was "My father has
made a lot of meaningful
decisions on the field, but I
think he made his best one off
it. He chose my mother." The
applause was thunderous
when Dan, sporting his brand
new yellow Hall of Fame
inductee jacket, took to the
podium. As he thanked the
people who had such a major


influence on his life, tears
were streaming down the
faces of people all around us,
including of course mine! His
love for his wife and family
was apparent in much of what
he said. I was astonished to
hear that he never traveled
more than 10 minutes from
his house in Pittsburgh during
all the years he played gram-
mar school, high school, and
University of Pittsburgh
football.
He thanked all his coaches
over the years, including his
dad! (Conspicuously absent
from the list was his last
coach in Miami, Jimmy
Johnson!) Toward the end of
his speech, he began to lick
his fingers, and said "In the
end, every quarterback wants
one more thing. He wants
one more Sunday in front of
his fans with a football in his
hands and one last chance to
go deep." He then had Mark
Clayton amble up the aisle.
Dan threw that final Sunday
afternoon pass to one of his
favorite all time receivers.
After the speech was finished,
he posed next to his bust
which was then was moved
to its place in history in the
Hall of Fame with the rest of
the inductees from the Class
of 2005.


Sunday night was the
highlight event because that
was the night that Dan staged
an extraordinary party for all
his guests. This was his night
to celebrate. He was there
with wife, Claire, in all his
glory partying and socializing
with everyone in the room.
Again, the guest list read like
a Who's Who in the World of
Football and Sports Casting.
The food was beyond belief!
The band staged a live show
that had everyone tapping
their feet and dancing away.
Dan's special friend Darius
Rucker, lead singer from
Hootie and the Blowfish, was
there to sing and entertain for
hours. Dan worked his way
around the room and managed
to get in words with everyone
there. Grammar school
friends, high school friends,
college buddies, family,
Dolphin friends and represen-
tatives from so many charities
that he is associated with were
all there to congratulate him.
Oh, and then there was me!
Me, actually standing and
having a conversation with
the Man of the Hour and
telling him of the joy that he
had brought to so many


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Marino
Continued from page 10
Sunday of my life. Return-
ing to the hotel in the wee
hours of the morning, we felt
like we had partied like rock
stars all evening!
Monday evening was the
Hall of Fame game where the
2005 Miami Dolphins gave us
reason to shake our head and
wonder if this would be
another long season like last
year. Oh well. I guess the
weekend couldn't be perfect
in every single way!
Coming home we sat in
front of JJ. Pisani and his dad
Keith. J.J. is a young 13-
year-old boy who was
adopted by his family from
Russia when he was two years


old. At that time he weighed
only 11 pounds and suffered
from severe malnutrition and
cerebral palsy. J.J. had an
accident last year injuring his
leg while preparing for
Hurricane Francis. After
surgery, he spent many hours
at the Dan Marino Foundation
with physical therapists who
helped him regain his ability
to get around again. His
father said J.J. would not be
walking today if it were not
for the Foundation. The
therapists were given the
opportunity to pick any of
their patients to accompany
one of their family members
on this trip. They chose J.J.
because he makes them laugh!
What an honor and what a
testament again to the kind-


ness shown by Dan through
his Foundation.
In closing my ramblings,
I cannot stress enough the
stories and praise that I heard
regarding Dan's accomplish-
ments off the field. We all
the know the "public" Dan,
but the "private" Dan is just
as phenomenal.
From people who were his
best friends in kindergarten to
people who are his best
friends today, Dan is The
Man. His contributions to
Make-a-Wish Foundation, the
JM Family Enterprises, Dan
Marino Foundation and so
many other community
efforts make him a giant in
our town. South Florida will
always love OUR living
legend!


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Unty 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 experience and express
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Sun. Mass Schedule 7:30 am 9:00 am
10:30 am 12 Noon
Weekdays: 8:00 am 5:30 pm
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Pompano Beach
954-941-8117


S First Presbyterian Church
'The Pink Church" Serving God and the communityfor 50years
2331 NE 26th Avenue, Pompano Beach 954-941-2308
One Block Northeast of Copans Road and US-1
Sunday Worship 8:00 am (informal),
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S 6:00 pm (Brazilian), Saturday 7:30 pm (Spanish)
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POMPANO BEACH WOMEN'S GOLF ASSN.
RESULTS, TUES., AUG. 9,2005


18 HOLERS

BETTER BALLOFPARTNERS,
A/C and B/D
CLASS A/C
1 st place score 62 Kathy Stewart,
Betty Gordon
2nd place score 66 Betty
Hutchinson, Diana Levanti
CLASS B/D
1st place score 65 Grace Duffy,


Helen Sitko
2nd place score 71- Lu Rispoli,
Angela Curtin
9 HOLERS

LOW NET IN CLASSES
CLASS A
1st place score 47- Doris Deshaies
CLASS B
1st place score 39 Carolyn
Kastelic


Pompano Beach Men's Golf Ass'n. (PBMGA)
Tournament- Weds. Aug. 10, 2005
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1st Jim Santucci, Gus DiGregorio ......................... 63
2nd Bill Oakley, Aurelio Cerritelli. ........................ 63
3rd David Marrotta, Bernie Robbins ........................ 63
4th Fred Byrnes, Jim Hambrick ...........................63
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opens Aug. 22

The City of Pompano
Beach Parks & Recreation
will hold registration for the
2005 Co-ed Adult Kickball
League Aug. 22 at North
Broward Park, 4400 NE 18
Ave.
League play begins
Thursday, Sept. 22.
The league will consist
of eight teams and will run
on Thursday nights, with
game times at 6:30 and 7:30
p.m. The program fee is
$150 per team, up to 15
players per team.
Each team will play al0-
game schedule, with all
teams qualifying for the end
of the year tournament. All
participants must be over
the age of 18 with a mini-
mum of four (4) women per
game.
For further information,
please contact North Bro-
ward Park at (954) 786-
4090.


Sightings
A local calender for
Lauderdale-By-The Sea,
Lighthouse Point and Pom-
pano Beach. Please email
your events to
sirenpelican@aol.com or fax
to 954-783-0093
EVENTS
First Baptist Church of
Pompano Beach, 138 NE
First St., will launch a 40
Days of Purpose Campaign to
study "The Purpose Driven
Life" on Sept. 11, joining
thousands of churches world-
wide. During the 40-day
campaign, the truths about
five purposes for people -
worship, fellowship, disciple-
ship, ministry, and evange-
lism- will be communicated in
three ways: an all-church
Simulcast seminar on Sept.
11, a weekly message by
Senior Pastor, Dr. Ron
Harvey, and engaging follow
up discussion groups. All
adult participants will receive
a copy of "The Purpose
Driven Life" and the opportu-
nity to join a discussion
group. Children and students
will participate in age appro-
priate classes and receive a
free t-shirt. All denominations
and faiths are welcome. For
more information contact
Buddy Spear, 954-745-6100.
The Congregation Beth
Shalom of Coconut Creek,
plans the tenth trip to Israel.
Join them on Thursday,
November 3, for a 15-day trip
to Israel. The cost of the trip
is $2700 for double occu-

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pancy and $495 for a single
supplement. For information,
call Beth Shalom at 954-975-
4666, or Ben 954-974-1984.
The Recreational De-
partment of the First Baptist
Church of Pompano Beach
will sponsor a basketball


tournament August 12 and
August 13 at the church gym,
138 NE First St. The cost is
$35 per team and awards will
be given to top teams. For
more information call 954-
745-6132.
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The NE Focal Point
Adult Care Center promotes
social, physical and psycho-
logical well-being to encour-
age independence through
individual programming and
activities for person 18 or
Solder in Broward and Palm
Beach Counties. For more
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5810.
Adult Day Services- The
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Beach offers stimulating
programs for adults over 18
with special needs such as:
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memory loss individuals.
They offer transportation and
recreation. Call 954-480-4471
for information.
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NEEDED
Volunteers are needed to
help clean up Broward
County's coastline. This
year's Florida coastal Cleanup
will be held on Sept. 17, from
9 a.m. until noon. Anyone can
take art in removing debris
that clutters our shores and
endangers both marine life
and humans.. To sign up in
Pompano Beach, go to the
beach cleaners sign south of
the pier at playground'pavil-
ion. For LBTS, sign-in at East
Commercial Boulevard at
Anglin's Pier. For information
call Broward County Coastal
Cleanup Hotline at 954-519-
1480, or the National Save the
Sea Turtle Foundation at 954-
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positions to work with
children who are alleged to be
abused, neglected, abandoned
or involved in court proceed-
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nator 954-480-4477.
The Broward Outreach
Center needs volunteers from
the Pompano Beach commu-
nity to tutor and mentor the
homeless. Interested residents
call Sean Bresnahan at: 954-
979-6365 ext. 3048.

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N'S Standings as of August 6
Scores from August 1
Tile With Style 8....... Doc's II 3
L Knights 15...........Appraisers 3
Drop Ceiling 17... Lost A Found Found 1


The Sharks
Gary's Sports Bar
Galuppi's/Green
Bad News Beers
Pomp. Beach Util.
Doc's 3 Base B&G
Chit Chat's


Standings as of August 6

Scores from August 1
Galuppi's 13........Doc's Grill 5
The Sharks 11........Chit Chat's 6
Bad News 10.......Gary's Sports 4


Scores from July 25
Bad News Beers 12...Chit Chat's
Gary Sports Bar 13 ... .Galuppi's
The Sharks 9.......PB Utilities

MONDAY NIGHT MEN'S
SOFTBALL
REC IV B
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A Drop Ceiling 2 0
The Knights 2 0
CS Comm. Church 1 0
Tile With Style 1 1
Doc'sII 0 1
Appraisers 0 2
Lost & Found 0 2


Scores from July 25
Drop Ceiling 24 ......Appraisers 7
CS Comm. Church 14
............... Lost And Found 4
Knights 18........Tile With Style 8

TUESDAY NIGHT MEN'S
SOFTBALL
REC IV B
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Jackson Marine 4 0
Agape Chiropractic 4 1
Mortgage Approval 4 1
Shockers 4 1
St C/Galuppi's 4 1
Sun Metals 2 2
CSI 2 2
Skyline 2 3
Gt Atlantic Warr. 1 3
Budboys 1 3
Riva Motor Sports 1 4
Miscue's Allstate 0 4
Automatic Slims 0 4

Standings as of August 6
Scores from August 2
CSI 11. ............Skyline 10
St. C/Galuppi's 17.... A.Warranty 6
Mortgage App 14 ..... Riva Motor 6
Jackson Marine 10.... Sun Metals 2
AgapeChiro 15...Miscue'sAllstate 3
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By Chris Mullon
SPORTS WRITER
Thunderstorms shortened
this year's Junior Lifeguard
Southeast Regional Champi-
onships held on Fort Lauder-
dale Beach this month. The
Pompano Beach team,
always, a favorite in this
competition, was expected to
continue its domination when
lightning turned hopes to
disappointment. The good
news, though, is that many
events were run and the
Pompano Junior Lifeguards
were as strong as ever.
Most of the events in
lifeguard competitions are
based on the activities beach
lifeguards do and are pretty
much self-explanatory: run-
swim-run, distance run,
distance swim, and swim
relay are pretty easy to figure
out. However, in the rescue
relay, a rescuer swims out to a
"victim," and once the victim
grabs the rescuer's buoy, the
victim may only kick while
the rescuer swims towards
shore. It is a very exhausting
event-especially for the
victim who is kicking all out.
And the two must run up past
the high tide mark to the
finish line. In virtually all
events there is running on the
beach, usually to the water.
The beach flags event is
like musical chairs. Each
competitor lies lined up on
their stomachs with their
hands under their chins, and
after the official blows the
whistle, they all pop up, turn
around, and sprint 20 meters
to grab a flag, with one player
inevitably left out. The event
is far more fun to watch than
to participate in, with com-
petitors jostling and bumping.
In the 9 toll age group,
Dylan Hall took 1st in Beach
Flags, and a 3rd in Swim
Relay went to Heather
Groody, AJ Martin, Molly
O'Donnell, and Rachel
Richter. Descartes Holland
took 10th in Beach Flags, 4th
in Distance Run, 2nd in
Distance Swim, 2nd in Run-
Swim-Run, and 2nd in Surf


Ashley "Fish" Applebaum was 2nd in the Distance Run.
Ashley "Fish" Applebaum was 2nd in the Distance Run.


Rescue Relay with partner
Carlton Gillespie. First place
in the Swim Relay Race went
to the team of Morgan
Miller, Carlton Gillespie,
Fisher Crist, and Brook
Crist. Heather Groody took
a 7th in Beach Flags, 3rd in
swim relay, 4th in Distance
Run, 5th in Run-Swim-Run,
and a 3rd in Surf Rescue
Relay with partner Molly
O'Donnell.


In the 12 and 13 age
group, Erik Erton starred
with a 1st in Distance Swim,
1st in the Run-Swim-Run, and
1st in Surf Rescue Relay with
partner Leon Legot who also
scored with a 6th in Beach
Flags. Alexandra Sutton
placed 1st in Distance Swim,
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Distance Run. Katherine
Clementi had a 5th in Beach
Flags. Thomas Nobles took
3rd in the Surf Rescue Relay
with partner Peter Ciappetta
who also took 4th in Run-
Swim-Run and 6th in the
Distance Run. Chelsea
Anderson and Julia Price
were 2nd in the Surf Rescue
Relay. Marlin Richter took
6th in the Run-Swim-Run,
and 6th in Distance Swim.
In the 14 and 15 age
group, Dakota Sands had a
2nd in Distance Run and took
1st in Surf Rescue Relay with
partner Donald Sutton, who
also had a 5th in the Distance
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and a 1st in Distance Swim.
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in the Distance Run. Chelsea
Foy had a 5th in Beach Flags.
Stephan Gruetter was 7th in
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In the 16-17 age group,
Ashley Miller and Victoria
Vitale were 1st in the Surf
Rescue Relay; Mickey
Groody a 1st in Beach Flags;
and Jamie Shahan and David
Doll took 2nd in Surf Rescue
Relay.
Coach Lisa Rask, a three-
year beach guard veteran, is
no stranger to the successful
Pompano Beach Junior
Lifeguard program. For seven
years she was a Pompano
Beach junior lifeguard,
winning at the Southeast
regional level, before
medaling at the national
junior lifeguard champion-
ships. When asked about the
transition from junior life-
guard to coach, she said,
"With a 100 kids on the
beach, you grow up really
fast."


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Haitian children define their culture through art and dancing at

the annual "A Taste of Haitian Culture and Cuisine"


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

An evening of Haitian
food, hospitality, dance and
education was the focus of
the Annual "A Taste of the
Haitian Culture and Cuisine"
held at the Emma Lou Olson
Civic Center on Aug. 3.
The event is the brainchild
of Bapthol Joseph, president
of Changing Directions
Youth and Families.
Joseph, an American
Haitian, is concerned about
the services offered to Haitian
residents, especially children.
Changing Directions 4 Youth
and Families, CD4YF, is a


non-profit corporation
dedicated to fostering Haitian
culture while assisting
children and their families to
assimilate into the American
lifestyle.
Pompano Beach is the
home of the second largest
Haitian population in Florida,
second to Miami.
"This is a way to show-
case the culture and the
positive things about the
Haitian community. The
evening also demonstrates
that kids-at-risk can perform
at school, and demonstrate
artistic talent regardless of
their socioeconomic condi-
tions," says Joseph.


Haitian dancing tells the story of a
unique culture to guests at "A Taste
of the Haitian Culture and Cuisine."
celebrated earlier this month at the
Emma Lou Olson Civic Center.
[Photos courtesy of the City of
Pompano Beach]

Joseph came to the United
States in 1985. He was 25.
Joseph attended Florida State
University where he received a
B.A. in communications and a
Master's in public administra-
tion. He founded the CD4YF
in 2004 to help "alleviate the
misery and poverty of the
Haitian community by provid-
ing needed services."

Continued on page 18


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Culture

Continued from page 16

Joseph shared the success
of CD4YF at the Aug. 4
event. Students from Project
New Hope Summer Camp, a
program sponsored by
CD4YF, attested to that as
speakers for the event. Many
of the 92 campers shared their
experiences, danced and
spoke about their hopes in the
United States.
The program offers
students 11 to 18 individual
tutoring after school along
with field trips, cultural and
other educational activities
from 2 to 8 p.m. The summer
camp and the after school
program is housed at the
Mitchell Moore Park Annex,
910-C NW 10 St.
This year, CD4YF will
send six campers to North


Broward Preparatory School
in Coconut Creek on full
tuition scholarships.
More than 300 community
residents, supporters and
government officials attended
the event.
Sponsors of the event were
Children's Services Council,
City of Pompano Beach,
Changing Directions 4 Youth
and Families, Lennar Homes,
DFC Homes, Pompano Park
Racing, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Sworn, Roger Gingerich of
Liberty Tax, Frank H. Furman
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For more information
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Families who was the coordi-
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call 954-545-9800.


Sightings

Continued from page 13

SINGLES
Single Gourmet holds a
gathering every week for
singles at some of the finest
restaurants in Broward
County. They provide an
upscale climate for quality
singles to dine, meet, and
mingle. For information about
upcoming events, call 954-
723-9608.
TODAY
Friends Of The Deerfield
Beach Arboretum offer free
tours on Fridays at 10 a.m.
and also on the first Saturday
of each month. Call 954-480-
4494.
AA meeting every Friday
at 8.p.m. in the sanctuary of
Unity Church. Call 954-943-
3715.


Advanced Bridge Les-
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to 11:45 a.m. at Pompano
Beach Duplicate Bridge Club.
Call 954-943-1733.
Skolnick Center Calorie
Counter meets on Fridays at
the Herb Skolnick Center
[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
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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.
Rotary Club of Pompano
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Makes 8 servings

Nonstick cooking spray
2 tablespoons granulated sugar
1/2 cup Nestl6 Toll House
Baking Cocoa
1/2 cup hot water
3 tablespoons instant coffee granules
2 tablespoons butter
3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
2/3 cup (5 fluid-ounce can) Nestl6
Carnation Evaporated
Fat Free Milk
3/4 cup granulated sugar, divided
4 large egg whites
Pinch of salt
Powdered sugar

PREHEAT oven to 375F. Spray
eight 6-ounce custard cups with
nonstick cooking spray; sprinkle
evenly with 2 tablespoons granu-
lated sugar.
COMBINE cocoa, water and coffee
granules in medium bowl; stir until
smooth. Melt butter in small
saucepan over medium heat. Stir in
flour; cook, stirring constantly, 1
minute. Stir in evaporated milk and
1/2 cup granulated sugar. Cook,
whisking frequently, 2 to 3 minutes
or until mixture is slightly thick-
ened. Remove from heat. Add to
cocoa mixture; stir until smooth.
BEAT egg whites and salt in small
mixer bowl until soft peaks form.
Gradually beat in remaining
granulated sugar until stiff peaks
form. Fold 1/4 of egg whites into
chocolate mixture to lighten. Fold
in remaining egg whites gently but
thoroughly. Pour mixture into
prepared cups, filling 3/4 full. Place
on baking sheet.
BAKE 18 to 20 minutes or until
wooden pick inserted in center
comes out moist but not wet.
Sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Serve immediately.
Nutritional analysis per serving:
180 calories, 5g protein, 3.5g fat
(30 calories from fat), 34g carbohy-
drate, 10mg cholesterol, Ig fiber,
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calcium


Apple-Cranberry Cobbler
Makes 12 servings

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Fat Free or Lowfat 2% Milk


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See you soon, Michael & Nikki !4


COME SEE WHAT EVERYONE
IS TALKING ABOUT!


Waterfront dining SAMPLE RD/NE 36TH STREET
in the Lighthouse Marina 3 nCHTHOUSE POINT
S a MARINA
on the Intracoastal! MARINACIRCLE


Where the
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Meet and Eat



635 east atlantic blvd., pompano beach, florida 33060


i-Specials

oaday: Spaghetti $2.S
1/2 Baked Chickn...$5.95
Tuesday: Homemade
Meatloaf.................$5.75


ftflak*..................95
R/2ack $8.55
Thursday: 35( Chicken Wings
Friday: Fish & Chips............$.95
Saurda: Prime Rb...............$9.9
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Beautiful bay
By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
I like beautiful things,
who doesn't? The old
saying, "Beauty is as beauty
does." always intrigued me.
Basically, it's better to have
beauty and function, both. I
feel this way about trees. In
the plant world, this isn't


hard to do. There are so
many really lovely trees with
practical uses.
One great example is our
native Red Bay, (Persea
borbonia). This tree comes
from a famous family of
plants, the Lauraceae.
From this group come the
Cinnamon, Avocado, Spice-
bush, and the Bay Laurel.
Red Bay has several
attributes that would make it
an outstanding tree for any
landscape. The first one is
its extreme adaptability. It is
naturally found growing in a
variety of habitats through-
out Florida, from forests to
coastal dunes, making it
cold, salt, soil and drought
tolerant.
Red Bay will grow rather
quickly to about 40 feet,
with a tight, strong, rounded


crown; a good shade tree. It
also has nice ridged bark for
mounting orchids.
If you have ever made
soup and added bay leaf,
then this is the tree for you.
Red Bay leaf can be used
exactly like its cousin for
seasoning and potpourri.
Go out and pick them
fresh!
But wait, there's more ..
.Red Bay is an excellent
wildlife-attracting tree. It
provides good cover for
birds and produces small,
dry purple fruits, (not
messy), that they relish.
And if all that weren't
enough to impress you, Red
Bay serves as a larval host
plant for the Palamedes
Swallowtail butterfly.
Red Bay has beauty and


talent. What a gal! It's
exciting to meet trees that
give so much.
In fact, trees are the silent
workers of the earth, provid-
ing oxygen, food, fuel,
building materials, medicine,
and so much more.
Have you thanked a tree
today?

Donna Torrey is the owner
of The Garden Gate at Sears,
located at the Pompano Citi-
Centre. 954-783-1189,
www.donnasgardengate.com.


Donate old

handbags for
Boys & Girls

Clubs

My Own Cruising
Journal, 2424 N. Federal
Hwy., in the Shoppes of
Beacon Light is collecting
handbags as trade-in value
for new Brighton handbags.
Old handbags will be
donated to the Boys and
Girls Clubs of Deerfield
Beach.
No purchase is necessary
and all donations will be
appreciated.
For more information,
call 954-785-2471.


Of Long Island \]
Restaurant & Pizzeria Since1973


NOW RE-OPENED!!

2780 E. Atlantic Blvd.

Pompano Beach, FL

954-784-7110

(Just West of the Intracoastal Next to Texaco)




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(11 blks N of Allontic 8 blks S of Copans)

(954-949-5484)


1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
2/3 cup granulated sugar
3 tablespoons butter or margarine,
melted
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 cups (21-ounce can) apple
pie filling
1 cup sweetened dried cranberries
3/4 cup hot water
Nondairy fat-free whipped topping
(optional)

PREHEAT oven to 3500F. Grease
13 x 9-inch baking dish.
COMBINE milk, flour, sugar,
butter, baking powder, cinnamon
and salt in medium bowl; stir until
just blended. Spread into prepared
baking dish. Combine apple pie
filling and cranberries in medium
bowl; spread evenly over batter.
Carefully pour hot water over fruit.
BAKE 45 to 50 minutes. Serve
warm with whipped topping.
Nutritional analysis per serving: 230
calories, 4g protein, 3.5g fat (30
calories from fat), 49g carbohy-
drate, 10mg cholesterol, 2g fiber,
230mg sodium, 10% Daily Value
calcium


Take the Recipe Chal-
lenge
How many can you answer cor-
rectly?
1. What is evaporated milk?
2. Where did the name "Carnation"
in Carnation Evaporated Milk come
from?
3. How do you substitute fat-free
evaporated milk for refrigerated
milk?

Answers:
1. Real, fresh milk that has been
gently heated to remove half the
water, which makes it richer.
2. A cigar. Carnation's founder
thought it was an odd name for a
cigar, but a great name for evapo-
rated milk!
3. If your recipe uses 1/2 cup milk,
substitute 1/2 cup fat-free evapo-
rated milk.



Call to advertise your
restaurant. Four weeks
$60 each 4W" x 5H"
954-783-8700


Chef onathan cfEnlaknd's Lucky Seven Selectians
1). MEDALLIONS OF SWORDFISH with vegetables romano
2). ULTIMATE SHRIMP SCAMPI with mushroom & vine ripe tomato
Above served over Linguine with Garic Bread a
3). BROILED FILET OF GROUPER with Chef's mango salsa
4). TILAPIA ISLAND STYLE large filet with spicy veg. topping
Above served with Steak Fries & Coe Slaw
5). PAN SEARED PALOMIULA STEAK with glazed onions & peppers
6). OTTO'S STEAK CRUSTER charred with garlic & black pepper
Above served with Baked Potato & Fresh Broccoli *
7). STEAK CAESAR -HAND SLICED for the health conscious
*This has a large Caesar salad equal to two sides
Side orders maybe substituted
EXTRA SIDE ORDERS JUST $1.95 WITH THIS MENU ONLY
EXTRA SELECTIONS: Soup Du Jour, Choice Of Salad, Chocolate Fudge Cake


THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY
Bahama Bob Jose U"BIll
SKaraoke with A Town Favoritel Cuerv,
5-8PM **rv |
Joey Robert 5-8 P PM-Midnight
7:3010:30 PM .J. Eugene
7:30-10:30 PM Spins Yor avoritesl
a 8-12 PM SUNDAY
Broward County Rob Arenth Live Reggae
I Mumnmers Best Guitar Player Bad "Swah
P -9 9-12 PM 4-8 PM

NEW COME JOIN THE ACTION!
No Limit TEXAS HOLD 'EM Poker
WEDNESDAY 7 PM and 9:30 PM |
S Tournament Winner $25 Gift Certificate And
STris ENTRY FEE INTO WSOP EVENTS .
STrips to VEGAS And Other Prizes *


Every Sunday
DOCKSIDE PARTY
Drink Specials
Roast Turkey Dinner $8.95
Steamed Clams $6 Doz.
Fish Fry $5.95
REGGAE BAND 4-8 PM


$4.95 HOT LUNCH
Noon to 4 PMA
7 Delicious Choices
$6.95 EARLY DINNER
Noon to 6 PM *
12 Delicious Choices
SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!


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Any Purchase
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3825 N. Federal Hwy. Pompano Beach, FL 33064 Excludes
INSURED* STATE LICENSE #CP C057045 Sale Items
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Classifieds

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25 each


Local


REAL ESTATE
MURPHY, South Carolina. House 2
yrs. Old, excellent condition. 2/2 with
Den. Can be 3rd bedroom. New 1/5 car
garage on 1.3 acres w/creek. Many
upgrades. Call 828-835-3620.
MURPHY, South Carolina Residential
Lot 1.37 acres on creek. 3/2 Septic
Tank. Permit good for 4 years. Asking
$31,900. Call 828-835-3620.

RENTALS
LAUDERDALE-By-The-Sea 1/1
Condo across from beach. Just bring
your toothbrush and bathing suit.
$1,000/mo. Plus deposit. Call 954-
941-4848. 754-235-3839.
POMPANO BEACH Beautiful large


3bd/3ba. Including Mother-in-law
quarters. One block from beach.
$1,900. Call 954-941-4848. 754-235-
3839.
POMPANO BEACH- 2/2 one block to
beach. Dockage available. Clubhouse,
Workout Room. $1,500/mo. Plus
Deposit. Possible Sale. 954-941-4848
or 754-235-3839.
POMPANO BEACH- Room furn. w/
adjoining half bath (access to full bath/
laundry) in private home. Private
entrance. Walking distance to mall,
$140/wk. Call 954-782-7322.
POMPANO BEACH Large 2B/1B
Condo on Water/McNab Area. All Tile.
Pool. Dock Available. Cat O.K. Annual
Lease $850/mo. FLS Call 954-868-
9458.

TIME SHARES
POMPANO Lighthouse Cove Resort.
Studio WEEK 24. [June 11 to 18]
Ocean View. Year Round Use of


Facilities. Maint. & Taxes. Pd. '05.
Asking $1,500. Call 954-240-6130.

SEASONAL RENTAL
2/2 FULLY FURN. CONDO- Tropical
paradise, two miles to beach, pool,
spa, +. Seasonal rental $1800/mo.
Marcia 916-205-3321.

TRAINING
FREE TAX SCHOOL- Earn extra
income after taking course. Flexible
schedule, convenient locations.
Register now! Courses start 09/12/05.
Call 954-481-8966. Small fee for books.
CUSTOMER SERVICE- free tax
school, earn extra income after
taking course.. Flexible schedules,
convenient locations. Register now!
Courses start 09/12/05. Call 954-
481-8966.


SERVICES


IRS PROBLEMS?- Not filed for
several years? Personal and
confidential help for Delinquent
Returns and IRS Notices. Call Lee
Miller E.A. @ Deerfield Liberty Tax
Service 954-481-8966.
THE COMPUTER HELPER. Pickup
and Deliver, Repair and Configure,
Setup and Explain Windows and Macs.
Unlimited Free Phone Support. Jim 954-
946-2999.
BEACH BARBER'S HEAD-2-TOE
Studio. Hair Cuts and Skin Specials
HALF-PRICE Sunday, Aug. 12, Noon
to 4 p.m. Mon. Tues. Eve. 4 to 6:30 p.m.
Haircuts $7 to $10. Normally $14 to
$20. Facials $20. Call for details. Appt.
Only. 954-941-4848.
YOU CAN PLEASE EVERYONE!
You'll be pleased to know Mary Kay
offers products everyone will love. From
the latest looks to advanced skin care.


Ask me about our exciting product line
and unlimited opportunitytoday! Peggy
S, Price, Mary Kay independent sales
director, www.marykay.com/pprice,
561-488-2344.

INSURANCE
LOW COST AUTO Insurance- Low
Rates. Low Down payment. Low
Monthly Payments. Top Companies.
Free Quote. Immediate I.D. Cards.
954-Sun-Save (786-7283). LOW
COST DENTAL plan- Family $169.95
annually, $1,400 in free benefits. 60%
discounted fees. Individual $129.95
annually. 954-Sun-Save (786-7283).

FOR SALE
SWIMMING POOL HEAT PUMPS
Gulfbreeze. 112,000 BTUs. Five Year
Warranty. Digital Controller. Brand
new. Price $1,998. Call 954-687-7785.


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Alan's Pool Supplies.
95 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE-
turbo excellent conditions,
66,050 miles$3,000 OBO. Call
Grard 954-871-6968.


HELP WANTED
PERSON NEEDED- for
customer service and cleaning.
Part-time Croissant'licious. 354
E. McNab Rd. 954-788-2338.
HOUSEKEEPER- 4 hrs/day
Monday through Friday. Call
954-942-8768.
MECHANICS NEEDED- For
diesel & gas engines. Also
boatyard help bottom painting,
etc. 954-421-3443.
NOW HIRING- delivery drivers,
dish washers, cashiers, kitchen
prep, line cooks. Peyote Joe's,
Pompaio Beach, 954-943-
S6000.
HOMEMAKER/COMPANION-
part-time and live-in positions
avail, to assist our clients.
Pleasant disposition, flexible
schedule and car a must. Call
954-946-9036 for appoint. FL
AHCA #5795.
PHONE REP Magazine
renewals. 9 to 2 or 4 to 8.. East
Pompano. 954-683-9747.
English. Or 305-305-9655
Spanish. 9/9 Call for renewal
BI Lingual Phone Collector
part time Evenings. East
Pompano. 754-366-4923.
POSITIONS OPEN for
Hairstylist/Manicurist and LMT
Massage. All with some
following. Pompano Beach
Location. Call 954-868-1894.


BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
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Announcements
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Read DIANETICS by Ron L.
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N. Habana Ave., Tampa FL
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Auctions
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Online AUCTIONS. WIDE
selection. Register FREE. Low
fees to sell. Promo #RLB50-30.
Visit our website for details and
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Automotive
$500 POLICE IMPOUNDS
Cars from $500! Tax Repos,
US Marshall and IRS sales!
Cars, Trucks, SUV's, Toyota's,
Honda's, Chevy's and more!
For Listings Call (800)571-0225
xC295.


Building
Materials
METAL ROOFING SAVE $$$
Buy Direct From Manufacturer.
20 colors in stock with all
Accessories. Quickturn around!
Delivery Available Toll Free
(888)393-0335.


Business
Opportunities
ALL CASH CANDY ROUTE
Do you earn $800/day? 30


Machines, Free Candy All for
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BO2000033. CALL US: We will
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A CASH COW! 90 VENDING
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LOCATIONS ENTIRE
BUSINESS $10,670 HURRY!
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GRANTS*****- 2005! Never
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Locations Entire Business
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Financial

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Sightings

Continued from page 18

SATURDAY AUG. 13
Free Back to School
Rally and Seminar, teaching
how to succeed in school, will
be held today at the 15'" Street
Church of Christ, 390 NW


15" St. from 9 a.m. to 2:30
p.m. Call 954-943-6960.
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. Call
954-946-3420.


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. 14
Jammin'- a free un-
plugged jam session will be


held today at the Fern Forest
Nature Center, 201 Lyons Rd.
South. The session is from 2
to 5 p.m. for musicians and
listeners interested in folk,
mountain, and bluegrass
music. Bring an instrument if
you like. For more informa-
tion call the nature center at
954-970-0150.


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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Meet today the Florida
Fish and Wildlife Conserva-
tion Commission officers, at
the Deerfield Island
Park,1720 Deerfield Island
Park, from 10 to 11 a.m. and
learn about Florida wildlife.
There will be a one-hour
lecture and live animal
presentation by the FWC.
Reservations are required and
the cost is $3/person. For
information call 954-360-
1320.
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-
725-5192.
MONDAY AUG. 15
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.
TUESDAY AUG. 16
Broward Mensa, the high
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. To RSVP and for
information, 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
954-941-4843.


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