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Publication Date: August 19, 2005
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New Local
artists open
show in
SLauderdale-
Sby-the-Sea.
See page 3


. *- i i^-Auigust 19, 2005 Pompano Beach Lighthouse Point Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Volume XII, Issue 80
Tel: 954-783-8700oSI new e6. c.60a6 o S so


Residents at LBTS

Co-op have

greater chance of

serving heart

attacks with AED

Automated defibrillators, or
AEDs, are small user-friendly
computerized machines that can
make a big difference in the survival
rate for people who have heart
attacks.
Broward Sheriff's Office deputies
recently added one more AED to the
Caribe, a cooperative living facility
in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea.
"We try to target high areas of
population like airports, libraries and
airplanes," says Assistant Broward
County Fire Chief Todd LeDuc.
The $2,000 device includes
training and ongoing support from
BSO personnel.
The AED is automated and
"talks" a person through the steps to
recharge a heartbeat. BSO officials
said it is impossible to hurt a patient
with the AED.
Most rescue services in the
county can respond to a heart attack
or stroke victim within three min-
utes, but those minutes increase
when rescuers have to climb stairs or
overcome other obstacles to reach
the patient.
"The AED analyzes the heart
then 'tells' the user if a shock is
required. If it is, the shock is sent to
the heart," added LeDuc. "By the
time we arrive, we hope it's already
been used. Paramedics can then
begin advanced support to stabilize
the patient further."


Inside
Difference Sharon Berry gives
back to community ....... .4
Classifieds Buy and Sell in
The Pompano Pelican .. 20-21
Meet Floors to Go ....... 8
Garden Life ............ 16
Hungry?
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Art Opening ............. 3
Boating tips to protect the
Manatee on Labor Day ..... 6


Scott Davis, conductor/teacher, rehearses with music students at Pompano Beach High School. PBHS offers one of the few concert band
ensembles with strings. Other music programs include marching band,jazz band and chorus. Next Saturday, Aug. 27, Davis, his students
and band parents will host their first fundraiser to raise money for this program. [Photo courtesy of PBHS Band]


Pompano High music students

prepare for school year with

old-fashioned fundraiser


By Anne Siren
PELICAN STAFF

And the band plays on.
Ask anyone about high school life
as a band member, and a warm smile
will creep across that person's face.
Nancy Robertson, Class of '80,
Pompano Beach High School band
member, played the piccolo and flute.
She agrees that playing in the band is
like being in an elite society.
Nancy's mother, Jackie Soffe
Robertson, Class of '59, played the
flute at Pompano High. She married
John, a drummer in the band, Class of
'55.
It's a family of musicians, and not
by accident.
Jackie wouldn't have it any other
way. "I always tell parents to keep
their children in orchestra, band,
chorus or sports. They learn discipline
and these students rarely cause
trouble."
Sadly, Jackie notes that with
educational funding not meeting the
needs of schools, music and art classes
are the first ones cut.
Nancy is like her mother in this
way. Her daughter, Julie, plays the
baritone in the Pompano High School


band. -
The first PBHS band was

Continued on page 14

Pompano

mourns loss of

dedicated fire

fighter

By Anne Siren


Irene White has
had her share of
grief. Sitting at the
dining room table in
the home of her now
deceased son, her
head drops into her
hands. It is obvious
that Mrs.White's


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heart is burdened with loss.
And she is not alone. She is
surrounded by family and friends.


Continued on page 2


Lighthouse

Point officials

will take

fences to task

in new law

In pursuit of
privacy, some
residents are
building unsightly

fences


By Brad Degnan
PELICAN WRITER

What's on your fence? If it's
nothing then Lighthouse Point Mayor
Fred Schorr and commissioners might
want you to dress it up.
They are looking for a way to
change two existing laws about
fences.
The topic originally surfaced at a
special workshop meeting June 20.
It's not all about appearance in this
quiet upscale city where multi-

Continued on page 9


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White
Continued from page 1
Her son, their comrade,
Ron White, died last Sunday
in a motorcycle accident.
White was a Pompano Beach
Fire-Rescue Driver/Engineer.
Dale White, the young
wife of Ron's twin brother
Don, occasionally lays her
hand on her mother-in-law's
shoulder.
Ron White's tragic death
took place on the 1900 block
of N. Ocean Blvd., close to
Ron's home on Dover Road.
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pronounced White dead at the
scene.
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sat across from Mrs. White.
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Fire rescue men and
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none of the expert training,
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dedication to the community
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been instrumental in encour-
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own career in fire rescue.
"There's this picture Ron
really loved," says Zeitman.
He slides the picture down
the table. It's a photograph of
Ron in a New York restau-
rant. At Ron's left arm is
Jessica Simpson, who re-
cently debuted as "Daisy
Duke" in the movie The
Dukes of Hazard.
"Ron spotted her as soon
as he walked in," Zeitman
continues. "He asked if he
could have a picture with
her."
Simpson agreed.
"Ron told her the picture
would make him a hero back
at the station." All eyes are on
the photo. A healthy, happy
Ron White beams from the
picture.
Simpson replied that
night. "You're already a hero
to me."


Ron and the famous picture
bring laughter to the table.
Heads hod as they silently
recall the many times Ron
flashed the photograph to his
colleagues and friends.
They remember other
things. The way Ron loved the
beach, and the time he insisted
his twin brother dye the gray
out of his hair because he, his
brother Don, "looked too old"
to be his twin.
The laughter brings the
reality of Ron's 45 years of
life back for an instant.
"They all got gray early,"
Mrs. White interjects.
Then she tells the table of
friends how much Ron loved
the farm animals back in
Toronto, where he was born,
and she remembers the first
time Ron went to a movie.
"He said 'Whoa. That's a
big TV screen,'" she says.
She laughs. "One night in a
storm, he went out to help one


of the horses foal a colt. He
named the colt Stormy."
She cries.
The remembering of Ron
is interrupted by another
fireman, a man who appears
to be apologetic, thinking he's
interrupted something. He
goes behind the house and
checks on the pool.
He's one of many fire
fighters who have come to
help.
Mrs. White feels her son's
friends have become her
extended family.
When a fire fighter falls,
the men and women who
work with him or her instinc-
tively go into action.
They picked up family
members at the airport, made
arrangements for hotel
accommodations, provided
food, assistance and support.
They become family.

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By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF

Sharon Berry is a born
rescuer. It shows in her
profession and after hours in
her connections to the world
outside of her work. She's a
critical care nurse at Imperial
Point Medical Center with a
special designation. "I'm
proud to have a Clinical
Performance Recognition,"
she says. "It means I go above
and beyond normal expecta-
tions on and off the job."
Her supervisor, Barbara
Donnelly, critical care nurse
manager of ICU, says,
"Sharon is a very thoughtful
person who takes an interest
in her fellow employees even
after hours. Recently, she
organized a baby shower for
one of our nurses who was
about to have a baby. I'm sure
she'll offer to babysit when
that new mother needs time.
out."
After a pause, she lists
more of Sharon's involve-
ments. "Sharon is a staff
favorite. She's been a willing
participant in the breast
cancer Awareness Walk and
the Heart Walk. She takes
over our night shift supervi-
sory job whenever there's a


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need. We're grateful because
this is a hard shift position to
fill."
Sharon was interviewed in
a tiny, but charming 'Serenity
Room', located right on the
Intensive Care Unit floor.
"It's a quiet place where
patient's family can get away
from the hospital setting,
without going far," Sharon
explains. "Margaret Winters,
one of our nurses, thought we
should turn this space into
something special. Except for
the chairs, we all pitched in to
furnish it. We thought the
wall hangings and soft
lighting would make it an
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Care Unit. She's earned a reputation for going that extra mile in the hospital and in the community where she serves on
the Pompano Beach Emergency Medical Services Advisory Board.


were right. Family members
stop here to chat with a nurse
or doctor privately. Even
hospice uses this room,"
Putting the focus back on
Sharon, The Pelican learned
she serves on the hospital
pharmacy committee where
staff evaluates the expedition
of medications. She also
serves on the Star Response


Committee. "I represent my
peers to top management. Our
goal and their goal is to keep
the work environment optimal
so we suggest ways to im-
prove employee relations and
to meet employee needs."
She has found the time and
energy to serve on the Pom-
pano Beach Emergency
Medical Services Advisory


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Board. "I was recommended
and appointed by Commis-
sioner.Kay McGinn," she
says. I'm in my second three
year term and I really love
this service. My background
in a controlled nursing
environment is quite different


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Nurse
Continuedfrom page 4
from the paramedics who are
first on the scene. I definitely
admire their job in assessment
and intervention. On many
occasions, they can be cred-
ited for keeping a patient alive
until the case reached our
Emergency department."
She continues, "Our
monthly meetings are fasci-
nating. Our paramedics sound
off about their experiences
and needs. It's our job to be
constructive about meeting
those needs. For instance,
they might demonstrate and
recommend a new piece of
equipment which would
enable them to be more
effective. The Board, in turn,
recommends the purchase of
same to the City Commis-
sion."
EMS Division Chief, John
Jurgle says, "Sharon's a
wonderful woman. Her
medical and nursing knowl-
edge makes her a valuable
member of our medical
advisory board. She can and
does relate to the problems
and issues faced by our street
medics. Sharon represents the
city and the citizens well."
In her 160 unit condo-
minium, she's known as "the
nurse." One neighbor, Glenda
Hayes says, "Sharon is always
available to assist with
dressing changes or minor
medical treatments and to call
911 when she knows it's
necessary. She's been here


since 1988 and I know she's
served on the condo Board of
Directors several times."
"It's all true," Sharon
admits. "I've also arranged
for CPR classes and now I'm
trying to persuade the Board
to purchase an automatic
defibrillator."


Sharon recalls one occa-
sion when a condo resident
became very ill at the pool. "I
ran for my blood pressure cuff
and found her to be extremely
hypertensive. I notified the
paramedics and she was
admitted to the hospital where
she had a pacemaker im-


planted, went to rehab and
returned to our community
with minor deficits."
Asked why she's always
available with a helping hand,
Sharon replies," I'm a widow
with six children and seven
grandchildren who feels the
need to give back. God has


given me good health and a
healthy family plus the
opportunity to acquire spe-
cialized skills. I offer these
skills to show my appreciation
for what I've been given."
Thank you for sharing
your expertise, Sharon Berry!


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Atlantic Blvd., Pompano
Beach, for a therapeutic
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ESTABLISHED 1993
Volume XII, Issue 80
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Graphics: Rachel Ramirez Windsheimer
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Contributing Writers: Phyllis J. Neuberger, Tom Greene,
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Boat traffic on Florida waterways can double or even triple on busy
holiday weekends during the summer.
For the large, slow-moving manatees, who share the crowded waterways
with power boats, jet skis, and other vessels, this creates a very dangerous
environment.
Wildlife officials respond to numerous rescue calls during a holiday
period. "Just because a dead manatee doesn't turn up right after a holiday, it
doesn't mean that manatees haven't sustained serious injuries," said Suzanne
Tarr, Save the Manatee Club staff biologist.
"Some manatees live with permanent injuries, while others may eventu-
ally die." The increased risk to manatees on the Labor Day weekend is why
it's especially important for everyone to boat safely. Tarr said, "In fact,
collisions with watercraft are the largest known cause of manatee deaths."
There are numerous ways to be "manatee smart" on the waterways this
Labor Day weekend. For starters, stay in deep water channels and follow all
posted boat speed regulations. And if you see an injured manatee, call the
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWCC) at 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922) or #FWC or *FWC on your cellular phone, or use VHF
Channel 16 on your marine radio.
Often, people are uncertain who to call in an emergency situation, so
having this important information handy could help save a manatee's life.
The Club receives many calls and letters from citizens who are concerned
about the manatees' safety as well as their own family's boating experience.
"If you follow safe boating practices, it stands to reason that it's going to be
safer for the family boater and everything else out there," said Tarr. When
asked what one thing the boating community can do for manatees this Labor
Day, Tarr responded, "Manatees are out there every day, and it's their home
- we're just visitors. So be a good steward by throttling back and giving
manatees a break."
Florida boaters can request a free, "Please Slow: Manatees Below"
banner by contacting Save the Manatee Club via e-mail at
education@savethemanatee.org, by regular mail at 500 N. Maitland Ave.,
Maitland, FL 32751, or by calling toll free at 1-800-432-JOIN (5646).
These banners are used by boaters to- warn others that manatees are in the
area. Just include your name, mailing and e-mail addresses, and the area
where you boat in Florida.
Also, if you are a Florida shoreline property owner, you can get a free
aluminum sign for your dock which reads, "Please Watch for Manatees:
Operate With Care." Be sure to include your name and mailing address and
the address where the sign will be posted, if different.
Manatee protection tips are available on the Club's web site at
www.savethemanatee.org/boatertips.htm. For more information on mana-
tees, the Adopt-A-Manatee program, or to sign up for the Club's new free E-
Newsletter, visit the Club's web site at www.savethemanatee.org, call the
toll free number listed above, or send a request via regular mail.
Labor Day is Sept. 5.


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Ron White spied Jessican Simpson in a New York Restaurant and convinced her
and an unnamed friend [left] to pose for this picture.

White
Continued from page 2


Ron White was remem-
bered by Doug Henry, his
partner for seven years.
They had a lot in common.
Doug and Ron were born
on Feb. 2. They took their
firefighter exams together.
"Ron served 12 years as
a professional fire fighter,"
says Doug. "He was a
funny guy. When things
got dull around the
firehouse, Ron always had
a story. He was a clown.
He used to say he was a
handsome Jim Carey."
Doug went on to tell
how Ron was studying for
his lieutenant's exam this
October. "He was serious
about that. He was serious
about his job. He was an
excellent medic," Doug
added.
"He was," Dale White
says. She recalled a time
seven years ago when she,
Ron's brother and Ron
were headed to the Keys.
They came to an accident
scene. White says she'll
always remember how Ron
had comforted a women
with severe injuries. How
he sat with her until local
paramedics arrived.
It is hard to imagine
how many people live
today because of Ron's
ability to execute emer-
gency medical assistance
or how many people he
comforted in his career.
* Letters of thanks from
people whom he assisted in
his career testify to his
devotion to the profession.
Today, Aug. 19, a
caravan of fire trucks from
throughout the county will
converge at the First
Baptist Church of Pom-
pano Beach, 138 NE 1 St.
Services for White are
planned for 11:30 a.m.


Gallery

Continued from page 3

artists a chance to present
their work without relying on
commercial galleries. Vee,
another New York artist will
join the show.
"They usually charge 50 or
60 percent commission. I
don't charge anything; we just
want to encourage artists,"
said Ruocco.
"When you grow up in
New York, it's easier to be
interested in art," Ruocco
said. "There are so many
museums."
Ruocco has a few land-
scaping pieces that he calls
the "South Florida School" of
landscape painting. Other
pieces depict political contro-
versies absent the humor.
Through his work, Ruocco
sends the messages of peace.


One of his most valuable
pieces is entitled, War, What
is it Good For? Absolutely
Nothing. Ruocco said other
influences in his work were
comic books and graffiti art.
The event is free to the
public. A wine and cheese
reception will take place


during the show.
Some pieces will be for
sale with prices ranging from
$45 up to $7,500. The Gallery
is located in the Sea Ranch
plaza in LBTS. For more
information, call 954-920-
7827.


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Hunters Manor Park Facilities
Public Input Meeting Announcement

The City of Pompano Beach Parks and Recreation
Department will conduct a public meeting regarding capital
improvements for Hunters Manor Park Facilities. The sole
purpose of the meeting will be to discuss a $200,000
application for a Florida Recreation Development
Assistance Program grant that will finance public outdoor
recreation facilities at the project site. The meeting will
be conducted on the following day and date, and at the
following time and location:

Wednesday, August 24, 2005 3 p.m.
Emma Lou Olson Civic Center
1801 NE 6 Street
Pompano Beach, FL


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Lauderdale-by-
the-Sea residents
call for one ZIP
Code
At the urging of residents resid-
ing in the north part of town, the
Lauderdale-By-The-Sea Town Com-
mission agreed to ask the U.S. Postal
Service to expand the 33308 ZIP
code to include the entire Town.
ZIP code 33308 covers the south-
ern half of Town, but residents liv-
ing in Bel Air and Terra Mar, the
north part of Town, use the 33062
zip code. Bel Air and Terra Mar
were annexed into Lauderdale-By-
The-Sea in October 2001.
Mark Brown, president of the
North Beach Civic Association, said
the 33062 ZIP code, which includes
Pompano Beach, causes many lo-
gistical headaches for Town resi-
dents. In addition to mail delivery
problems, Brown said issues also
crop up regarding property assess-
ments, cable television service and
even daily newspaper delivery.
The Commission unanimously
agreed to ask Congressman E. Clay
Shaw, Jr., R-Fort Lauderdale, to
contact the proper postal service
officials in Washington, D.C., about
formally requesting the ZIP code
change on the Town's behalf.
There are about 43,000 ZIP Codes
in the U.S. According to the postal
service, an average of 25,000 ZIP
Code changes are made each month.


Snakes topic at
Fern Forest Nature
Center lecture
Snakes will be the topic of the
Sunday afternoon nature lecture
series at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 4,
in the amphitheater at the Fern
Forest Nature Center in Coconut
Creek.
The cost is $3 per person for
the lecture. Making the presenta-
tion, followed by a question and
answer session, is Michael
Brennan, a longtime resident of
Florida who is recognized for the
hundreds of nature programs he
has presented throughout the
state for nature centers, Audubon
societies and federal agencies.
His specialty research is in the
areas of herpetology, entomol-
ogy, ichthyology and botany.
Fern Forest Nature Center is
located at 201 Lyons Rd. South,
Coconut Creek. Call 954-970-
0150.


First in Broward County, this Floors To


Go store is ready to cover any situation!


Bob Slone, part owner of Floors to Go, discusses products with Richard Howard, one of the knowledgeable floor consultants."We take the time to educate
the customer about every product we carry," says Slone. [Photos by Phyllis J. Neuberger]


By Phyllis J. Neuberger
PELICAN STAFF
In 1977, Floors to Go opened a
single retail establishment in Northern
California. It grew to become one of
the largest retail floor covering stores
in the state. With this success under its
belt, in 1994, the corporation began to
franchise its retail marketing program
across the nation. Currently there are
over 380 stores nationwide.
Bob Slone and Philip L'Elie were
sold on the concept and opened their
first franchise in Pompano Beach at
1800-A North Federal Highway in
April. With a chuckle, Slone says,
"I'm my own reason for going into
this business. I had gutted a condo and
needed total new flooring. Shopping
in the existing market was a nightmare
until I found a Floors to Go in Or-
lando. I decided there was a real need
for a store like ours. It appears I was
right. Business is so good we plan to
open a second store in Boca Raton by
next April."
Asked to explain the success of
Floors To Go, Slone ticks off many
good reasons.
"We offer the best customer
service available. Call us and you talk
to a real person, including the sales-
person who took care of you. All of
our installers are house employees.
We use no subcontractors." He
indicates the aisles of samples, and
then continues. "Our inventory of
choices is unique and second to none.
We give a lifetime warrantee on our
installation and the manufacturer


warrantees the actual product. If
there's a complaint, we handle it right
here. Customers do not get shuffled
off to others."
A Boca Raton Realtor, Betty
Rynowecer, is just one of the
businesses satisfied customers. She
says, "I've shopped around so I know
what I'm talking about. I recently had
laminated floors put down in several
rooms. The installers were on sched-
ule and did a great job. They were
well trained and well priced."
Floors to Go carries known name
brands such as Mohawk, Shaw,
Wilsonart, Quick-Step and many other
quality lines. Slone says, "The choice
of floor covering depends on the
customer's lifestyle. Our number one
seller is laminate because it's easy
care and almost indestructible. Fami-
lies with children who like the look of
wood can select from light maple to
dark walnut. And they can choose
random, narrow or wider planks."
He continued, explaining, "Real
woods are more costly. We offer
exotics, such as Bamboo which has an
elegant, beautiful finish and is avail-
able in horizontal or vertical planks.
Engineered woods are treated to look
hand scraped or distressed. They come
in a selection of fashion shades."
For shoppers who want a soft,
cushy look there's carpeting in berber,
cut pile, florals in a wide range of
colors manufactured by a very good
line available according to Slone.
"Our prices are very competitive," he
adds.


Porcelain and ceramic tiles are still
popular choices. Karen Chellino of
Hillsboro recently chose to tile her
dining and living rooms. "I'm from a
construction background," she says,
"so I have high expectations. I was
happy with the quality of the tile and
the installation itself. The installers
were eager to please and they did.
Everything was fine."
Floors to Go will sell product to
those who do their own installation.
One of the floor consultants,
Richard Howard, has been in this
business for 20 years in Boston and a
few years here.."I was delighted to
come to work for Floors to Go because
I was impressed with every aspect of
the company. They carry the best
products and their philosophy stresses
accommodation. We're willing to
spend time to educate the customer on
each product including its advantages
and disadvantages. Bob and Philip
never forget that this is how we build
loyalty and referrals."
Slone adds, "We're a comfortable
place to shop. There's no pressure. We
want each customer to be happy with
his or her purchase. Depending upon
the choice, we can sometimes do next
day installation for those in a hurry.
We have flexible financing with no
interest up to 36 months."
Showroom hours: Mon. Sat.10
a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday 11-4.
For further information, including
how to care for your flooring and how
to prepare for installation, call 954-
784-0809.


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Sightings is a weekly
calendarfor local events.
To add your event, please
fax information to The
Pompano Pelican at 954-
783-8700.

WANTED
In anticipation of the
Lighthouse Point Police
Department's 50th Anniver-
sary in June 2006, they are
asking for help in finding any
items or articles relating to
the Lighthouse Police Depart-
ment, like old photographs,
newspaper articles, patches,
equipment and other memora-
bilia. Anyone with any related
material contact Detective
Joseph Tavares 954-784-
3415.
EVENTS
Vendors Wanted for the
Pompano Beach Women's
Club flea market/ craft fair on
November 5 at the clubhouse
address, 314 NE 2nd Street,
Pompano Beach. Table space
available for $20 per 6ft table,
or $35 for double space. To
reserve a spot call 954-942-
6816.
SCHOOLS
Pompano Beach Middle
School is collecting
Campbell Soup labels for
Education. To help the
school, please save labels
from Campbell Soup,
Pepperidge Farm, V-8 Juice
and Swanson's Broth and
canned poultry. For more
information, call 754-322-
4200.
Pompano Beach High
School will host an "Old
Fashion Day in the Park"
Aug. 27 at the school, 600 NE
13 Ave. The event includes
concerts, a silent auction,
garage sale, food and
children's events. For infor-
mation call 754-322-2033.
RELIGIOUS
ORGANIZATIONS
The Saints Christian
Homes Shool Athletic
Assoc., Inc. is accepting
registrations for the fall term
beginning in Sept. The
Christian Homes School
Assoc. is a professional
physical education for
homeschoolers ages 5-18 that


meets in 12 different loca-
tions. For information go to
www.chaasaints.com or call
954-717-4428 or 954-646-
5903.
Cypress Presbyterian
Church will host a Fall Craft
Show, Sept. 10, from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at the church, 950 S.
Cypress Road, Pompano
Beach. Call 954-942-5330.
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. All adult
participants will receive a
copy of "The Purpose Driven
Life" and the opportunity to
join a discussion group.
Children and students will
participate in age appropriate
classes and receive a free t-
shirt. All denominations and
faiths are welcome. Call
Buddy Spear, 954-745-6100.
New Life Flea Market -
Sept. 17, 2140 NW 2 St.,
Pompano Beach. Spaces $25.
Deadline Sept. 3. Call 954-
917-5654.

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million-dollar homes are
popping up like wildflowers.
And along with those
homes are fences, built
mainly for privacy. Cavern-
ous Mediterranean, Key-West
and other architectural
edifices that one might
envision on acres of country-
side properties, sit on Light-
house Point city streets
practically abutting each
other.
"Good fences make good
neighbors," wrote the Ameri-
can poet Robert Frost.
Landscaped fences are
better, according to the
consensus of this commis-
sion.
Less than 20 years ago, a
few hedges might have
separated the simple '50s
style homes built by young
professionals who discovered
the adventure of waterfront
living.
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It takes a while for laws to
catch up with communities on
the move.
And as the city ponders
better-looking fences, construc-
tion hammers continue to
pound away at new homes.
Homes with privacy fences.
"This is a problem we have
never really had to deal with
before," said Commission Vice
President Mike Long. Long's
biggest concerns are the
properties that are on corner
lots.
"Some of these homes have
90 feet of wall around them.
And there's no landscaping [on
or near the fences] whatsoever.
We feel that some simple
landscaping will be better for
the entire community," he said.
While the change is only in
the discussion stage, here are


some things city officials are
thinking about. If fences
required a two-foot setback
from the property line, that
would provide room for
landscaping. The proposed
law would require hedging
to cover two-thirds of the
fence surface area.
If passed in some final
form at the Aug. 23 meeting,
only new construction would
be impacted. Ironically, the
homes with fences that
prompted the need for a
fence-landscaping law would
be exempt.
But not forgotten.
Some homeowners can
expect a friendly letter from
the city that would request
them to voluntarily abide by
the amended fence law and
soften the looks of their
fences with some greenery.


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Tigers need a second thought; FAU Owls are on the wing,


thanks to local sponsors and the leadership of their coach


By Sandy Johnson and
Lee Waldo
SOCIAL MATTERS
While we are waiting for
the big fall social scene to
begin, it seems like there are
still a number of interesting
things going on around town!

What a fascinat
ing program
the Pompano
Beach Rotary had last week.
Ray Thunderhawk came to
town from the Thunderhawk
Big Cat Rescue, a non-profit
Native American operated
facility, that
rescues big
cats from
life-threat-
ening
situations,
exploitation,
and inap- .
propriate
living
conditions.
Did you
know that in
the last
Lee Waldo and
century over Sandy Johnson
95 percent
of the tiger population in the
world has disappeared and
less than 5,000 are left in the
wild? Even in traditional
institutions, fewer and fewer
of these large animals are
being cared for due to the
high cost of feed and mainte-
nance.
Ray is caregiver for over
60 big cats, including 40
tigers. The huge treat for
those of us at his appearance
was his choice of traveling
companions, a pair of two-
week-old Siberian tigers!
They were as cute as could be
and loud in their demands for
some "chow."
You can imagine they
were most assuredly the
center of attention! Ray
painted a bleak picture of the
future of big cats in the wild
due to poaching and destruc-
tion of their natural habitat.
He showed us a wallet
made of ocelot fur and then
relayed to us the details that
ocelots are perhaps the most
endangered of all the species
alive today. They breed only
in very heavily forested
jungles which are rapidly
disappearing due to deforesta-


[Left] FAU football coach Howard Schnellenberger poses with Exchange Club
member Jim Balistreri and Balistreri's two sons Dominic and. * Owners
Ralph DiSalvo and Charlie Rios greet guests at their grand opening of
DiSalvo's Restaurant in Lighthouse Point.* T rystan Lago, along with Effie
from Thunderhawk Big Cat Rescue, admire those baby Siberian tiget cubs.


tion and will not breed if they
have any human contact.
Imagine killing one of these
rare, magnificent animals in
order to make a wallet!
The most ironic part of this
tale is that the fur is so fine
that the wallet will wear out
and be stripped of most of the
fur after two or three weeks of
use. Tiger Balm was another
product he informed us about.
The product is sold in Asia for
multi purpose cures. But it has
been proven that aspirin is
100 times more effective! A
collective gasp from the
members accompanied his
exhibition of a full leopard
skin that had been confiscated
at the Miami Airport. A dead
leopard -where a taxidermist
could have made a facsimile
that would actually have
looked better.
He said that many of the
poachers are retired drug lords
who find that if caught at this
illegal activity, they merely
get a slap on the wrist. They
shoot, snare and even poison
the water holes to capture
their prey.
Ray supports his big cats
totally on his own and says he
and his crew are out begging
money every weekend. An
average big cat eats 25
pounds of food a day. It costs


him approximately $9,000 per
month to feed the animals that
he keeps on his 38 acre
preserve. Check out his
website
www.thunderhawk.org
Thank goodness the world has
people like Ray who are
'willing to devote their life to
defending creatures that are
helpless against man's
ignorance.

Attended the
opening of the
new DiSalvo's
Restaurant in Shoppes of
Beacon Light Shopping
Center nestled near by Dairy
Queen.
The DiSalvo family have
been in the restaurant business
in Florida since 1986 and
rumor has it that their other
restaurants have been smash-
ing successes.
The food flowed at the
opening and everything that I
tasted made me want to run
right back for seconds. The
stuffed shells, which are
always my personal favorite,
were absolutely out of this
world.
Thanks to Robert Fried-
man from Edward Jones, also
at Shoppes of Beacon Light,
for always keeping me up on
what is happening on the local


scene.

On to the Ex
change Club and
their honored
guest, none other than
Howard Schnellenburger,
head coach of the Division I
Florida Atlantic University
Owls football team. Howard
began by profusely thanking
member Jim Balistreri and
his brother Joe for becoming
sponsors and boosters right
from the beginning of the
program. He also thanked the
Exchange Club for their full
page ad in the FAU Football
Digest.
When the team began in
the year 2000, it was a long
year. There were no games,
just a full year of practice. It
took three years, but the boys
stepped up and beat their first
Division I team. Last year, as
many of you know, they were
semi-finalists in their division
and due to a major disruption
in their schedule caused
hurricane interruptions, they
put together a five game
winning streak on the road.
This is a hard thing for a
seasoned team to do, let alone
a team in only its fourth year.
This is the year the team will
really come of age. They kick
off with a nationally televised
game at Pro Player Stadium
on Sept. 8 against Oklahoma
State.
Coach Schnellenberger
stressed how much they need
fan support both in this game
and in subsequent games this


season. Season tickets are
only $82 for the year.
Someday, when the Owls
take their place next to our
other super star Florida
football teams, these tickets
may be the hottest item in
town. Coach said that it is
important to have a Division I
team because it definitely
helps the community, and he
backed this up with some of
the positives that have oc-
curred in Miami due to the
University of Miami football
being played in an urban
setting.
In addition, of the 110
scholarships that are awarded,
over 90 of them are given to
local athletes! He has visions
of a domed stadium on the
FAU campus to accommodate
the football team and provide
a fabulous venue for great
shows, which would be a
boon for the area. Coach
Schnellenberger has been a
success with the Dolphins,
UM, and Louisville to name a
few. Here's hoping he can
lead our local team up there
into the lime light!

More than 120
children be
tween ages of
eight and twelve attended the
JM Family Enterprises
Annual Kid Power Program,
the company's unique version
of the national Take Our
Daughters and Sons to Work
Day.

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Held during the summer,
this event allows more
children to get a glimpse of
their parents' worlds. In the
morning the children learn
about JM Family's diversified
automotive business through a
series of interactive activities
and then in the afternoon, they
shadow their parents, experi-
encing first hand how their
jobs add value to the com-
pany. The creative services
department educated the
group on how logos are
important to a company's
image. Using what they
learned, the children designed
logos representing their team
names. Later the teams were
filmed in three 30-second


mock commercials. After
lunch the commercials made
their debut in the company's
auditorium. The day finished
with a human obstacle course,
balloon toss and team cheer
competition. Activities like
these are the reason Fortune
Magazine ranks the JM
Family the 25th Best Company
to Work For in America!
Listen to some of these perks
and see if your company
measures up: on-site medical
center with doctors, nurses,
physical therapists and part-
time gynecologist; a childcare
center; corporate planes that
make business travel comfort-
able, convenient, and effi-
cient; on-site hair and nail
salon; take-home dinners
from two campus cafeterias;
dry cleaning, shoe repair;


fitness center, and a federal
credit union. Sure beats the
extras offered to me from
being a Palm Beach County
teacher all my life!!
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SAVE THE DATE!

Soroptimist International
of Pompano Beach will
present a motorcycle them,
"Let it Ride" Casino Night to
benefit Woodhouse homes
and programs for mentally
and physically disabled
adults, Sept. 17, from 7 p.m.
to midnight.
Tickets are $40 and
include a buffet, provided by
Carrabba's Grill and gam-
bling fun while dancing to the
tunes of the Low Tides. Call
954-786-0344 for more


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


SSt. Philip
Episcopal Church
465 N.W. 15th St. Pompano Beach
954-785-2437
Rev.Lovemore Chiweshe
Holy Eucharist & Bible Study
7 p.m. Wednesday
Holy Eucharist Sundays 8 a.m.


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Children's Service: Every 3rd Sunday Morning Prayer: Thur., 9 a.m.
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RELIGIOUS EVENTS
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-
pancy and $495 for a single
supplement. For information,
call Beth Shalom at 954-975-
4666, or Ben 954-974-1984.
The 12t Annual Fall Arts
and Craft Show will be held
by the First United Methodist


Church of Pompano Beach on
Nov. 18, 19. All crafters are
welcomed to join the show.
For information contact
Margie Mulcahey at 954-943-
0404.
MARINE
Boating Safety Course -
The Coral Ridge Chapter of
the U.S. Power Squadron will
hold a Boating Safety course,
Sept. 17, at Cardinal Gibbons
High School from 8 a.m. to 5
p.m. Call 954-943-5779.
HEALTH SERVICES
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
older in Broward and Palm
Beach Counties. For more
information, call 954-422-
5810.
Adult Day Services- The
NE Focal Point in Deerfield
Beach offers stimulating
programs for adults over 18
with special needs such as:
Stroke, Parkinson's Develop-
mentally Disabled and early
memory loss individuals.
They offer transportation and
recreation. Call 954-480-4471
for information.


VOLUNTEERS
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-
351-9333.
American Cancer Soci-
ety- Want to help someone
along the Road to Recovery?
Drive a Cancer Patient to
Treatment. Sometimes the
biggest challenge in cancer
treatment is getting there.
Contact Ann Johnson, area
patient services representa-


tive, 954-564-0880 ext. 132.
The Guardian Ad Litem
Program offers volunteers
positions to work with
children who are alleged to be
abused, neglected, abandoned
or involved in court proceed-
ings. For more information on
how to make a difference in
the life of a child, call 954-
831-6477.
The Listen to Children
Program sponsored by the
Mental Health Association of
Broward County needs caring
adults to meet with children
one-on-one in elementary
schools. Listeners become
non-judgmental listeners and
develop a relationship with
the children. For information
contact Helen Leitch at 954-
746-2055 or visit
www.mhabroward.org
The N.E. Focal Point
senior Center needs volun-
teers to help in the coffee
shop in the mornings. Call
Ilean Sylk, volunteer coordi-
nator 954-480-4477.

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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.
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
Coastal Hammock Hike
at the Deerfield Island Park,
1720 Deerfield Island Park,
today, for all ages. The cost is
$3/person, from 10 to 11 a.m.
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-
sons every Friday from 9:15
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
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.
Rotary Club of Pompano
Beach meets at Joe's River-
side Grille, 125 N. Riverside
Drive, at noon. For informa-
tion call 954-564-7714.
Irish Set/Square and
Ceili Dancing every Friday.
from 7:30 to 10 p.m. at St.
Paul the Apostle Catholic
Church, Lighthouse Point.

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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.
SATURDAY AUG. 20


Today is Ecoaction Day
at the Deerfield Island Park,
1720 Deerfield Island Park,
from 9 a.m. to noon. Volun-
teers are needed to clean up
trash, plant native plants and
remove non-native intrusive
plants. The cost is free and
pre-registration is required.
Call 954-360-1320 for
information.
Free Skate Lessons at the


Skate Park at Quiet Waters
Park will be offered from
10:45 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. for
ages 6 to 12. The park's gate
fee of $1 will be in effect.
Call 954-360-1315.
Gopher Tortoise Kids'
Day is today at the Deerfield
Island Park, from 10 to 11
a.m. for ages 5 to 12. For
information call 954-360-
1320.


Parents without Part-
ners, Inc. will hold a singles
dance today at 9 p.m. at the
Pompano Beach Power
Squadron Bldg. 3701 NE 18t
Terrace, Pompano Beach. For
more information call 954-
788-2672.

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formed1949. Grades kinder-
garten through grade 12
attended classes on the same
campus.
Pompano farmers and veg-
etable market brokers had
great pride in their school, and
they never hesitated to step in
and help when the school
needed equipment, supplies or
musical instruments.
The whole town closed
down when the "Beanpicker"
football team and marching
band competed for state fi-
nals.
Today, residents of this
city of over 100,000 people,
are hardly aware of local
high school events.
Most of the farms have
been sold off for develop-
ment. The original farmers
and market brokers are
retired or passed on.
Hardly anyone remem-
bers that first band, made up
of children of all ages.
Fewer still remember how
the band directors consis-
tently produced music that
won superior ratings year
after year.
And Jackie doesn't
remember ever having to
raise money to keep the
band in instruments or
uniforms.
Times have changed, and
with musical programs on
the decline, band and or-
chestra directors are asking
their own students and
parents to help them raise


funds to keep these pro-
grams alive.
On Saturday, Aug. 27,
from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the
Pompano High Golden
Tornadoes band, orchestra
and color guard members
with their parents will host
their "First Annual Ameri-
can Bash."
The event, planned to
take place at the football
field will be an old fash-
ioned picnic/ barbecue with


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lemonade, snow cones,
cotton candy and continuous
music, produced by the
students.
Tami Gillis, secretary of
the Music Parents Associa-
tion, says the group needs to
start early raising funds for
the students to make sched-
uled trips to perform in New
Orleans and Boston. That
means travel, hotel and food
expenses.
When Pompano High
School closed in 1985, its
band had garnered 30
consecutive superior ratings.
The band always served
the city by marching in
Yuletide and Memorial Day
parades. PBHS band mem-
bers played at Orange Bowl
games, Macy's Thanksgiv-
ing Day Parade in New York
and a presidential inaugural
parade.


When the school re-
opened in 1997 as an all-
magnet school, it took a few
years to put together a band.
At football games, alumni of
former PBHS classes,
polished off their instru-
ments and played for the
fresh football team. Band
members never forget how
to finger the old pep songs.
Under the direction of its
new director, Scott Davis,
the band members are
rebuilding a music program
to regain the former school's
superior reputation.
Today's music program
under Davis includes an
orchestra, jazz band, march-
ing band, color guard and
full concert band.
"We can't expect to run
these programs without the
help of our community,"
said Davis. "We need all the


If You Go...

What: 1st Great
Annual American Bash,
an all day picnic/
barbecue day of rides,
concerts and silent
auctions
When: Aug. 27, 11 a.m.
to 5 p.m.
Why: Support of the
PBHS Band
Where: 600 NE 13 St.
on the Football Field
Cost: Free
Info: 754-322-2033



Vendors Needed

Pompano Beach High
School is having its 2nd
annual Fall and Holiday
Craft Fair on October 15,
2005 from 8:30 a.m. to 4
p.m.. Interested Vendors
may call 954-785-9373
or e-mail
PBHSBOOSTER1
@ yahoo.com.


help we can get. Our kids
deserve it."
And they're ready to
work for it. The students
hope this community will
show up for the picnic,
spread out their blankets and
enjoy a day of old-fashioned
relaxation with the high
school performers."
In addition to the musical
picnic, this will give resi-
dents a chance to walk
around the campus of the
new high school, one of the
multi-million dollar projects
and state-of-the-arts educa-
tional campuses.
For more information
about the picnic, or to offer
support to the Pompano
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Lauderdale-by-the-Sea prepares for $4.2


million sewer construction project


SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Construction is scheduled
to start in mid-September on
the first phase of the Town of
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea's $4.2
million sewer project in the
North Beach area.
The project involves the
installation of new under-
ground sewers in Terra Mar
Island and Sunset Lane, a
street located just south of
Terra Mar.
Once the 10-month project
is completed, residents in
these two neighborhoods must
abandon the use of their
existing septic tanks.
North Beach residents
must also pay the City of
Pompano Beach a sewer
connection charge of $100
and a base capital recovery
fee of $720 per sewer tap.
Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
residents in Terra Mar and
Sunset Lane should start to
prepare for this capital
improvement project, one of
the largest in recent town
history.


Town Engineer Kevin
Hart said the town is prepared
to issue a Notice to Proceed to
the contractor, Man-Con, Inc.,
in mid-September. There is
nothing residents need to do
before construction starts, but
they will be required to hookl
up to the sewer system once
the project is finished.
The town recently adopted
an ordinance requiring
homeowners to abandon their
septic tanks and connect to
the new system within 90
days of completion.
Homeowner costs to hook
into the new sewer system
will vary from house to house.
Estimates range between
$1,800 and $5,000, depending
on the size of their septic tank
and the various costs associ-
ated with replacing trees, sod,
shrubs, planters and fencing.
The Terra Mar Island
Civic Association is attempt-
ing to negotiate a lower bulk-
rate price for homeowners to
hook into the new system,
provided it can find a contrac-


tor willing to install the lateral
hook-up lines for a majority
of the homeowners on the
island.
Hart said Man-Con and the
town will strive to mitigate
the impact the project will
have on residents. He said
homeowners will be notified
in advance if utility services
to their home electric or
water needs to be tempo-
rarily shut off. Man-Con will
also coordinate with residents
to maintain access to their
homes.
"We want to limit disrup-
tions," Hart stressed.
There are eight streets in
Terra Mar that will experience
different levels of construc-
tion activity. The north-south


roads are East and West Terra
Mar Drive. The cross streets
are Cypress Creek Road,
Oleander Way, Seward Drive,
Fiesta Way, Spanish River
Drive and South Terra Mar
Drive.
Construction is expected to
start on East Terra Mar Drive
south of Seaward Drive and
proceed north, Hart said.
Once that is done, construc-
tion will then proceed south.
Hart said that the Pompano
Beach portion of Terra Mar
Island is also scheduled to
receive new sewer lines, but
Pompano Beach is paying the
costs associated with provid-
ing sewers to its residents on
Terra Mar Island.


Once the sanitary sewer
system is completed, all
residents on Terra Mar Island
will start to pay monthly
sewer service bills to Pom-
pano Beach, which provides
sewer service to all Lauder-
dale-by-the-Sea residents.
Upon completion of the
underground work, all eight
streets in Terra Mar will be
resurfaced. In addition to
sewer lines, drainage im-
provements will also be made
in Terra Mar.
The town received a
$600,000 grant from the
Florida Legislature this year
to defray the costs of the $4.2
million project.


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Anyone?
By Donna Torrey
GARDEN WRITER
My garden is pure
collage, with every conceiv-
able variety of tree, plant


and flower forming a vast
network of serendipity. So,
quite often, one of my little
darlings will surprise me
with a burst of unexpected
bloom, delighting my
horticulturist heart. This
day it was my Coffee plant.
A few years ago I
planted a true coffee, Coffea
arabica, native to South
Africa, and source of the
great coffee industry. It is a
beautiful well-shaped plant,
with glossy leaves and the
1/2 inch fragrant white
flowers cover the branches
like stars.
It prefers semi-shade to
shade, average water, and
grows well in South Florida,
reaching maybe 10 feet but
slowly. The flowers will
form the berries/beans of the


trade, and can be roasted and
ground if you are the indus-
trious type. This coffee is
cousin to our Florida native
coffees, known as the "wild
coffees".
These plants are similar
in growth habits and require-
ments, and make excellent
foundation or understory
shrubs. There are 3 species
available. Psychotria
nervosa is the most widely
available, which will reach 5-
6 feet or so and grows
quickly and tidily. Plant it in
your shady areas for glossy
foliage and lovely white
flowers followed by berries,
which attract butterflies and
birds. It would even make a
great informal hedge under
tall trees.
P. ligustrifolia, or dwarf


wild coffee is smaller in
stature, reaching only 3-4
feet and perfect for founda-
tion plantings around the
north and east sides of the
house, or under other trees.
The last variety is
known as dull leaf coffee, P.
sulzneri, which I think is a
terrible name and almost put
me off completely, until I
saw how attractive the
bluish/green color of the
foliage is, especially in


contrast to other shrubs. The
flowers of all three exude a
wonderfully woodsy scent
and any of these coffees
would be an asset to the
landscape, lending beauty
and practicality both.
Coffee anyone?

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


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Creamy, crunchy Green Bean
Casserole has been a "must have" on
America's holiday menus since its
introduction in 1955. This classic side
dish is a combination of three popular
items: green beans, Campbell's Cream
of Mushroom soup and French's
French Fried Onions..Today, over 30
million households will enjoy Green
Bean Casserole as part of their holiday
feasts.
Created by Dorcas Reilly, former
manager of Campbell's Kitchen, 2005
marks the 50th anniversary of this
iconic recipe. Reilly said her inspira-
tion for Green Bean Casserole (deemed
the mother of all comfort foods) was to
"create a quick and easy recipe around
things most Americans always had on
hand in the 1950s: green beans anl
Cream of Mushroom Soup." Like so
many great recipes, Reilly's creation
requires a minimal number of
ingredients (just five), doesn't take
much time to prepare (only 10 "hands
on" minutes) and can be customized to
deliver a wide range of variations.
One reason that the Green Bean
Casserole has stood the test of time is
its versatility. With just a few simple
modifications, the recipe can easily be
transformed to reflect the changing
tastes and trends of the times. Swiss
Vegetable Medley is a sophisticated
and saucy spin on the classic recipe
that features the zesty combination of
sour cream and Swiss cheese. In the
Holiday Vegetable Bake, a variety of
vegetables are mixed with Cream of
Broccoli Soup for a creamy and
colorful twist on the original dish. The
casserole, as we know it today, is a
uniquely American dish that first -
became popular in the 1940s when
men were fighting abroad and women
were left to take over their jobs while
still preparing meals at home. The one-
dish casserole was a quick and easy
way to get a wholesome, balanced
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meal on the table. In addition, many
early sources of casserole recipes
featured condensed soups, like
Campbell's Cream of Mushroom, as
the sauce that bound all the ingredi-
ents together. All of these factors
conspired to establish the casserole as
an integral element of the American
table.

New Spins on an Old Favorite
The classic Green Bean Casserole
recipe mixes family-pleasing green
beans with a savory combination of
Campbell's Condensed Cream of
Mushroom Soup, a little milk and a
dash of soy sauce, topped with
French's French Fried Onions for the
perfect finishing touch.
For a fresh twist on the original dish,
try one of these variations created by
today's Campbell's Kitchen:
-Please the cheese lovers in your
family by stirring in 1/2 cup shredded
Cheddar cheese with the soup. Omit
soy sauce. Sprinkle with 1/4 cup
additional Cheddar cheese and use
French's Cheddar French Fried
Onions.
-For a-roasted garlic twist, substitute
Campbell's Condensed Cream of
Mushroom Soup with Roasted Garlic
for Cream of Mushroom Soup.
-For a change of pace, substitute 4
cups cooked broccoli florets for the
green beans.
-For a festive touch, stir in 1/4 cup
chopped red pepper with soup.
-For a heartier mushroom flavor,
substitute Campbell's Condensed
Golden Mushroom Soup for Cream of
Mushroom Soup. Omit soy sauce. Stir
in 1/4 cup chopped red pepper with
green beans.
For more recipes, visit
www.campbellsoup .com.


Green Bean Casserole
The traditional classic, doubled for
your family feast!
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Bake Time: 30 minutes
2 cans (10 3/4 ounces each)
Campbell's Condensed
Cream of Mushroom or
98% Fat Free Cream of
Mushroom Soup
1 cup milk
2 teaspoons soy sauce
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
8 cups cooked cut green beans
2 2/3 cups French's French
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Ask Mother Nature
By Norbert Izworski
SPECIAL TO THE PELICAN
Q. Why must we sort
our recyclable items into
two piles or bins, separat-
ing the mixed paper from
glass, plastic and metal
containers?
A. Sorting your
recyclable items makes the
process at the Material
Recovery Facility (MRF)
in Davie easier. At the
MRF, the mixed paper is
placed on one huge con-
veyor belt, and the glass,
plastic and metal contain-
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Workers manually sort
most of the material, but
machines and magnets do
some of the work. After
the materials are separated
by type, they are com-
pacted, bailed and shipped
to companies that make
new products from the
recycled materials.
In Japan, people sort
their recyclables much
more extensively.
Yokohama, Japan, a city of
3.5 million, recently sent
its citizens a 27-page
instruction book on how to
sort trash for recycling into
10 different categories,
detailing how to dispose of


more than 500 different
items, from used lipstick
tubes to old socks.
The city aims to slash
the amount of waste sent
to incinerators by 30
percent by 2010.
Kamikatsu, a small town
of 2,200 residents, has set
its goal even higher. By
2020, no garbage is to be
thrown out at all!
To achieve this lofty
goal, the town requires
citizens to sort their waste
into a growing number of
recycling categories, now
standing at 44. Of course,
some residents grumble
that the sorting is too


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complicated for mere neighbors' sorting efforts
mortals, but despite com- and persuading laggards to
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around 80 percent.citizens to do, sorting our
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onions in 3-quart casserole.
S Bake at 3500F for 25 minutes or until
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Stir. Sprinkle with remaining onions.
Bake 5 minutes.
Serves 10


Swiss Vegetable Medley
A saucy variation of the classic Green
Bean Casserole.
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 35 minutes
1 can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's
Condensed Cream of
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1/3 cup sour cream
1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 bag (16 ounces) frozen vegetable
combination, thawed and drained
1 1/3 cups French's French Fried
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French Fried Onions
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese,
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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 35 minutes
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1/3 cup milk
1 bag (16 ounces) frozen vegetable
combination, thawed and
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1 1/3 cups French's French
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SATURDAY. AUG. 20
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-
946-3420.
"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. 21
Club Mud Trail Mainte-
nance Day is today from 9
a.m. to noon at the Quiet
Waters Park in Deerfield
Beach. The event is free, and
for all ages. The mountain
bike trails at the park are 100
maintained by volunteers. Call
for information at 954-360-
1315.
BPO DOES DROVE 142
Pancake Breakfast at Elks,


Club, 700 NE 10 St. from 9
a.m. to noon. Open to public,
adults $4 and children $2.
Call 954-596-4333,
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. Call
954-725-5192.
MONDAY AUG. 22
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
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EVERYTHING in three-
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Pompano Beach. Sat and Sun.
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883.
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Corp., 901 E MacNab Rd.
Pompano Bch, FL 33060.


WANTED Part-time afternoon
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Sightings
Continued from page 19
MONDAY AUG. 22
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.
TUESDAY AUG. 23
The Sisterhood Congre-


gation Beth Shalom, 1447
Lyons Rd., will host today a
card party at 10 a.m. Lunch
and chance in raffle is in-
cluded with the admission.
Call Estelle for information at
954-971-6562.
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Card Party today at the Elks


Club at 11:30 a.m. Open to
public, $3 include dessert.
Call 561-479-2002/ 954-972-
6953 to reserve.
The British Women's
Club meets on the first
Tuesday of each Month at
7:30 p.m. in the Gateway
Terrace Community Room,
1943 NE Sixth Court, Fort
Lauderdale. Newcomers are
welcome. Call Norma 954-
563-4061.
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.
WEDNESDAY AUG. 24
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
further details.
Pompano Beach Moose
Lodge Bingo Every
Wednesday Night. 20 games.
Doors open at 5 p.m. Games
start at 7 p.m. Dixie highway
and 33 St. in Pompano Beach.
954-782-0950.
THURSDAY AUG. 25
Jazzercise Lite, a low
impact version of jazzercise is
offered by the focal point
senior center in Deerfield
Beach. Every Thursday until
Sept. 22, and the cost is $40
for the eight weeks +$10
registration. Call 954-480-
4447 for information.
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.
Cresthaven Neighbor-
hood Watch meets the third
Thursday of every month at
7:30 p.m. at St. Elizabeth
Social Hall, Pompano Beach.
Call 954-946-3720.


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